Vacaville City Councilman Curtis Hunt

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Curtis Hunt has lived in the community for more than 35 years. A dedicated public servant, he worked as a deputy probation officer, a youth diversion officer and a community services manager.
Before election to the Vacaville City Council in 2007, he served as chair of the Community Services Commission, earning a reputation as one who “always does his homework.” He was chosen by his peers to be Vice Mayor in 2010 to 2012.
Curtis is committed in promoting economic development. Councilmember Hunt understands that good jobs with good wages enhance a community’s quality of life. He worked to establish incentives to stimulate business development and to attract high-paying employers to relocate here. His emphasis is providing a positive healthy environment for raising our youth by being a committed member of Vacaville’s Youth Roundtable, endorsing the Vacaville Neighborhood Boy and Girls Club and providing mentorship for the Reach Coalition of Vacaville.
Vacaville’s business-friendly character landed ICON, a cutting-edge airplane manufacturer and Lilly pharmaceutical. Working the front lines and behind the scenes, he set the stage that led to the expansion of the Genentech manufacturing plant. During his City Council tenure, more than 4,000 jobs have been created.
Councilmember Hunt and his wife, a retired school teacher, have two adult children living in Sacramento.