Frank Ferry (b. Sept. 4, 1965). Resident of Valencia and Saugus (during council service). Santa Clarita City Council member, 1998-2014. Mayor in 2002, 2009, part of 2012.
[City of Santa Clarita 2013] —
Frank Ferry joined the City Council in 1998. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Governmental Communications from California State University, Northridge as well as a Bachelorís degree in Law, a Juris Doctorate, and a California Teaching Credential. He was re-elected to the City Council in 2002 and served as Mayor that same year, in addition to serving as Mayor in 2009 and 2012.
Frank originally chose to run for City Council because he wanted to make improvements to the City's infrastructure, including getting roads built and alleviating traffic problems.
As a Council Member, Ferry would like to see more after school programs offered at every elementary school campus, as well as an adult mentor program adopted. He would also like to see more "active" park space and eventually wants to eliminate the need for a waiting list for sports or cultural activities by developing new locations as well as improving current locations.
While serving on the City Council, Ferry has been involved in several committees, including: the California Contract Cities Committee, Regional Planning Committee, William S. Hart Education Committee, and 2000 Census Committee.
Ferry is also Principal at Alemany High School. Formerly, he taught United States history and government. Ferry says he enjoys working with bright, motivated and creative students.
Frank Ferry has two sons, Nick and Jake, who attend school locally in Santa Clarita.