Councilmember Sol Jobrack is serving his first term on the Stockton City Council representing District 1 beginning January 2019. Councilmember Jobrack has served as the Stockton Planning Commissioner for the past four years, also representing District 1. He is dedicated to serving the community.
In addition to his elected and appointed positions, Councilmember Jobrack has volunteered for activities in community service, schools, youth sports, and as a reserve police officer. His professional career includes experience as a Chief Financial Officer managing millions for clients and now with the San Joaquin County Assessor’s Office.
Councilmember Jobrack brings to the office a wealth of knowledge from serving on the Planning Commission and in-depth insight from his police experience working to create a safe community. With a vision of a healthy economy and plentiful, well-paying jobs, he also envisions Stockton as a place where people embrace the diversity of our community and the cultures that make us stronger. He will work with his council colleagues toward a Stockton with clean streets and parks, where children can play safely and families can gather to socialize and celebrate.
Stockton is where Councilmember Jobrack has spent most of his life. He graduated from Bear Creek High School and earned an Associate Arts degree from San Joaquin Delta College, a Bachelor’s in Political Science from San Jose State University, and a Master’s in Public Administration, with a focus in Public Policy, from the University of Southern California.
The Councilmember and his wife Jessica, an elementary school teacher, have chosen to make their home and raise their three children here in Stockton.
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Councilmember Sol Jobrack
425 N. El Dorado Street
Stockton, CA 95202
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This City of Stockton web page last reviewed on --- 2/5/2019