Cynthia WilliamsPublic Works Deputy Director
Cynthia Williams serves as the Public Works Deputy Director for the City of Lawton.
Williams joined the City of Lawton in 2003 as an Industrial Pretreatment Compliance Officer. In 2005, she served as the Chief Chemist/Industrial Pretreatment Coordinator, and in 2008, accepted the position of Superintendent at the city’s Wastewater Treatment Plant. She served as the city’s Environmental Specialist since 2011 before accepting her position as Public Works Deputy Director.
As Deputy Director of Public Works, Williams oversees activities of the Solid Waste, Stormwater Management and Drainage Maintenance Divisions. Previously as the Environmental Specialist, she managed the stormwater program, Community Rating System reporting, All Hazard Mitigation program and landfill permitting.
Williams holds various professional licenses and certificates, including: ODEQ Class A Wastewater Operator Certificate, ODEQ Class A Wastewater Laboratory Certificate, ODEQ Class B Water Operator Certificate, ODEQ Class A Water Laboratory Certificate, EPA Watershed Management Certificate, Certified Floodplain Manager Certificate and 36 various Emergency Management Institute FEMA certificates. Williams also has a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from Cameron University.