"As an active resident I know our community needs, as a small businessman I know the importance of our downtown and as a volunteer, I know the need for community involvement. Together, we can strengthen our small town."
I have a bachelors degree and am currently pursuing my MBA. When not volunteering in Seal Beach I work Full-Time as the executive administrator for my family's 3rd generation business in refrigerated logistics. My wife Tara & I enjoy being part of the community and look forward to raising our children in our small, safe town.
Save Our Beach
Seal Beach Lions Club
Seal Beach Animal Care Center
Friends of the Library
Seal Beach Chamber of Commerce
Certified Lifeguard (Former)
Youth Sports Coach (Former)
Church Leader & Volunteer (Former)
Candidate Ballot Statement
Old Town and Surfside need a Councilmember with the energy and determination to get the job done:
Increasing public safety to protect our streets and beaches day and night;
Focusing attention on sustaining a balanced budget;
Careful planning to hold onto our small-town charm.
Our local Firefighters support me because they know I will work to increase public safety and give them the tools to reduce 9-1-1 response times.
Former Chamber of Commerce President Deb Machen supports me because she knows that as a businessman, I will ensure projects like the pier and storm drains get finished on time and on budget.
And our current Councilwoman, Ellery Deaton, trusts that I’ll work with our residents and businesses to keep our downtown, our town.
As a youth sports coach and leader at my church, I’ve spent years trying to improve my community. Those efforts have only increased in recent years; volunteering with the Lions Club, Save Our Beach, Surfrider Foundation, Seal Beach Animal Care Center, and Seal Beach Chamber of Commerce.
We deserve a Councilmember who will work tirelessly for Old Town and Surfside. I’m determined to get the job done. I’m ready to get to work.
Or call me: (562) 548-2219
"The small-town character of Seal Beach drew my wife and me here. Maintaining the village environment for the future is why I’m running. As a businessman and community volunteer, I see three things that our town needs: Safety, Solvency & to remain Small." -Peter Amundson
Preserving Seal Beach for the next generation
A Safe, Solvent & Small Town