District 6, the heartbeat of historical and culturally diverse Pasco, is where Councilmember Bob Hoffmann serves. It’s where he and his wife Sharon have raised their five children. While working in cubicles at Hanford for 20 years, he found out that he could do better at working for himself with tools, besides teaching at CBC. Now he wants to see people in Pasco be able to work to see their own dreams come true. That is why he is working on the council to keep taxes low, regulations reasonable, the streets safe, and property and religious freedom rights protected.
He wants to make sure everyone can enjoy the same opportunities Pasco has offered his family. Things like swimming lessons at Memorial Pool, the library, Farmers Market, and the animal shelter. In school(s), Bob studied construction engineering (BS), business management (MBA) and law (CA “Baby Bar”). This education helps him make good financial and legal decisions for Pasco and understand public works and infrastructure projects.
Bob has been on the council since 2005 and a District 6 resident since 1987. He also serves as president of the Franklin County Mosquito Control District. In his spare time, Bob likes to read about people remembered for doing great things, and volunteering at the Union Gospel Mission. He is a regular at the CBC fitness center, and participates in the annual Cable Bridge Run 5k event.