Published On: Thu, Aug 18th, 2022

Andrew Lukasik Joins Boca Raton as Deputy City Manager

The City of Boca Raton is pleased to announce the addition of Andrew “Andy” Lukasik as Deputy City Manager, effective July 25, 2022. In his new role, Lukasik will help manage the activities of the City and City Manager’s Office, overseeing numerous City departments and divisions. 

Lukasik comes to Boca Raton with over 20 years of experience in local government in Palm Beach County. He was most recently Village Manager for the Village of North Palm Beach, a position that he has held since 2017. During his tenure, Lukasik established and implemented the Village’s first Five Year Capital Improvement Plan and the Strategic Planning Process, among other accomplishments.

Prior to that, Lukasik was the Town Manager for the Town of Jupiter for 13 years, where he developed financial incentives to attract high-tech businesses, helped establish the El Sol Neighborhood Center, and facilitated two significant redevelopment projects that brought investment to the town’s CRA district.

His background in strategic planning, priority-based budgeting, economic development, regional and local traffic issues, and increased community engagement make him well suited in helping continue Boca Raton’s innovation as a City and award-winning level of community services.

“In addition to his education and experience in public administration, Mr. Lukasik brings a high level of enthusiasm and commitment to serve our community,” commented Leif Ahnell, City Manager.  “He is a valued addition to the organization and to the City Manager’s Office, and we are excited he has joined our team.”     

Andy earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Michigan, and a Master’s in Public Administration from Grand Valley State University.

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