The four year council member says she remains committed to “making this city a better place to live, work, and play, for all residents.”
Tiffany Ackley is running for re-election on the Aliso Viejo City Council. She is one of five candidates vying for two open seats on the board, her term having come to an end this year.
An environmental attorney and community advocate, Ackley focused on government efficiency, repairing infrastructure, protecting the environment and programs for young residents, during her first term.
In 2021 Ackley became Mayor of Aliso Viejo, and made it a priority to work on economic recovery from the pandemic, transparency in City Hall, connecting with residents and businesses and letting voters decide on term limits for councilmembers.
She was able to help launch a Fourth of July parade, create summer programs for Aliso Viejo’s children and outreach for children in challenged areas, open the Ranch, and help South Orange County open the only super POD vaccination site.
What are Ackley’s goals if re-elected? “I will spend the next four years working on Aliso’s financial viability, public safety, and building programs and events to enrich our community,” she states.
Ackley lives with her husband and school-aged children in Aliso Viejo. She holds a Juris Doctorate from the University of San Diego, a Masters in Business Administration from SDA Bocconi (Italy), and a Bachelor’s degree form Scripps College.