Redwood City Mayor Jeffrey Gee helps OpenGov celebrate opening of new HQ

OpenGov employees, friends, investors and family gathered Thursday evening to toast the company’s new, spacious Redwood City headquarters and experience a taste of some of the cities we’re proud to work with.

The evening kicked-off with a ceremonial ribbon cutting with Redwood City Mayor Jeffrey Gee and OpenGov CEO Zac Bookman. OpenGov advisors Adrian Fenty, the former Mayor of Washington DC and Mark Goines, Partner at Morgenthaler Ventures, and several OpenGov investors also dropped by to celebrate the new space.



Guests sipped wine from De La Montanya winery and noshed on southern fare representing our Napa and Texas customers respectively while touring the new digs.



Check out all the photos on our Facebook page here.

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