Summerville City Manager Andrea Surratt announced her resignation at this week’s Summerville City Council meeting.  Surratt has only been on the job for eighteen months. 

Surratt, a native of North Carolina, had worked most recently as city manager of Sandy Springs, Georgia in metro Atlanta before being hired, first as interim city manager, and then as city manager, by the Summerville City Council.

Surratt came to Sandy Springs from a job as city manager in Bozeman, Montana where she worked for two years from 2017-2019.  She was then employed by Sandy Springs from 2019 until taking the job with the City of Summerville. Surratt had cited “personal reasons” as the reason for terminating her contract with Sandy Springs.

According to a letter presented at Monday night’s council meeting, Surratt is citing “personal reasons” as her reasons for resigning from the Summerville City Council.