I’m ready to immediately work on our district issues such as protecting our neighborhoods and their quality of life, improving safety along Cliff Drive for both pedestrians and bicyclists, and maintaining and improving our parks and coastline.
I’ll also work to continue and accelerate infrastructure repairs to our streets and intersections, improve the relationship with City College and reduce the neighborhood impacts.
I’ll work to improve the look and feel of our downtown for locals and visitors, focus business and housing development in locations that clearly benefit and do not negatively impact the community, address wildfire safety reforms and the ongoing drought, ensure public safety staffing levels are adequate, and position the City financially and environmentally for the future.
I’m focused on listening to the community and using common sense in situations with competing tensions. I would welcome your support and vote.
Mike and Dayna Jordan are 30 year residents of the Mesa, and have raised four children who attended local public schools. Mike serves as a city planning and water commissioner, holds an executive board position with Hospitality Santa Barbara, and is a local insurance professional who works with local employers with employee counts between 25 and 200.
He has also served as a Governor Brown appointee to the Regional Water Quality Control Board, as an appointed member of the City’s Creeks Advisory Committee, and on the boards and executive committees of Downtown Santa Barbara, the Santa Barbara Family YMCA and La Mesa Neighborhood Association.