This November the citizens of Elk Grove will go to the polls and vote for a Mayor and two city council positions. One of the council seats is District 3 where incumbent Steve Detrick will face off against two challengers, Maureen Craft and Vince Neuburger. Detrick was first elected in 2008. He is running for his 3rd term on the council.
Elk Grove Laguna Forums is endorsing Steve Detrick this November
Taken from the website www.stevedetrick.com
Elk Grove Councilman Steven M. Detrick was elected to the Elk Grove City Council in 2008. Before that, Steve was very active in the community, both in sports and in local government, as co-founder and chairperson of Elk Grove Coalition Advocating Proper Planning (EGCAPP).
Professionally, Steve has been employed with PG&E for 42 years, currently as the Northern California Electric Transmission Estimating Supervisor. His position involves leading a group of overhead and underground electrical engineering estimators that serve PG&E and the Northern California Communities with service planning, new business and reconstruction electric transmission and distribution projects for individuals, developers, cities, counties and the State of California.
Family is at the center of everything Steve does. Steve, along his wife Jan Detrick of 30 years, moved to Elk Grove in 1990, where they have realized many of their dreams. Elk Grove is a great community, and is where they chose to raise their three sons: Steven, Brian and Nick. Steve is also a proud grandfather of Gabriella and Olivia.
Steve is an avid sportsman and his passion is mentoring youth of all ages. Steve has been involved in Youth Sports at all levels as a mentor and coach for water-skiing, disabled water-skiing, baseball, soccer, football and basketball.
Steve’s entire family is also involved in Youth Sports at all levels – coach and/or supporter for water-skiing, disabled water-skiing, baseball, soccer, track and field, football and basketball. Steve is a national competitor in USA Water-Skiing and he has achieved nationally rated status as a senior driver and senior judge.
Steve takes his role as a public servant very seriously and he is steadfast about making sure he is accessible not only for the residents of Elk Grove, but for our business owners as well.
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Why Steve Detrick?
In the 90’s, I became involved with community issues that affect Elk Grove. I have found that many community leaders place their own interests above the interest of the citizens of Elk Grove.