City Names New Director of Development Services
Coral Springs, FL – After the retirement of long-time city employee, Susan Hess Krisman, the City of Coral Springs is pleased to announce the selection of Assistant Director, Julie Krolak, to serve as Director overseeing Development Services. In her role, Krolak will be instrumental in leading multiple development projects on the horizon for the city.
Of the promotion, City Manager Frank Babinec said, “Julie has been instrumental to the city’s success for more than nine years now and has already made a lasting impact on our community’s development. She spearheaded downtown rezoning, something we are seeing come to fruition with the Cornerstone project. Julie’s accomplishments and performance reflect her level of professionalism and I am excited to have her serve in a Senior Management role.”
Krolak has served as Assistant Director, Chief Planner and as the Planning and Zoning Manager. Additionally, she is a proud member of the city’s innovative Shark Tank Committee. Prior to joining Coral Springs, she was the Principal Planner for the City of Hollywood, Florida. Krolak received both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Public Administration from the University of Central Florida.
Development Services ensures the city remains compliant with the Adopted Comprehensive Plan and is responsible for the management of Code Compliance, Public Art, Neighborhood programs, Transportation, and the Development Review Committee.