Mayor Pete Aguilar
Appointed to fill vacancy: April 18, 2006
Elected: November 6, 2012 (second elected term)
Current Term: November 2012-2016
Address: 35 Cajon St, Suite 200, Redlands
Mailing: P.O. Box 3005, Redlands, CA 92373-1005
Telephone (office): (909) 798-7533
Fax: (909) 798-7535
Pete Aguilar is a Redlands City Council Member serving as Mayor.
Since 2006, Pete has been a member of the Redlands City Council having first been appointed to serve in a vacated seat before running and winning citywide election in 2007. He is currently President of the League of California Cities, Inland Empire Division and also services the City on regional boards and commissions.
Professionally, Pete is a small business owner of his own government affairs consulting firm. Previously Pete served as Director of Governmental Relations for a financial institution working with federal, state and local elected officials. Prior to that, Pete was appointed by Governor Gray Davis as Deputy Director and later Interim Director for the Inland Empire Regional Office of the Governor in July 2001.
Pete is currently on the Board of Directors for the YMCA of the East Valley and serves as an Advisory Board Member to Redlands Community Hospital and the THINK Together Inland Empire Leadership Council. He served the San Bernardino Affiliate of Habitat for Humanity as President of the Board of Directors for two years, earning Volunteer of the Year honors for his work with the organization. He was also appointed in 2009 by the Speaker of the State Assembly to serve as one of 5 statewide directors to the Consumer Motor Vehicle Recovery Corporation.
He has received Professional Awards as the top "Political Professional" from the California Credit Union League statewide trade association, the University of Redlands HOPE Centennial Award, and was honored as one of Assemblymember Amina Carter's top "30 under 30" within the Inland Empire.
Pete earned degrees in Government and Business Administration from the University of Redlands.
Pete and his wife Alisha have lived in Redlands since 1997 and have two sons, Palmer and Evan.
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