Jeff Griffith was elected to serve on the Lubbock City Council as the District 3 Representative in June 2014.
District 3 Overview
Council member Griffith is proud to represent the Council District that is in the heart of our great city. District 3 encompasses the majority of Texas Tech University as well as Lubbock’s Medical District. It includes many shopping and retail corridors, as well as the South Plains Mall. Lubbock Independent School District has five elementary schools, two middle schools, and two high schools within District 3, and seven older, well-established City parks provide recreational and open space opportunities for local residents.
Jeff’s goal is to preserve our residents’ quality of life, as well as to protect homeowners and the value of their homes. District 3 has many unique neighborhoods and many small and large businesses. Encouraging further residential and business reinvestment and redevelopment within District 3 is also one of his priorities.
Personal and Professional Life
Jeff is a Lubbock native and graduate of Monterey High School. He has two sons, both of whom graduated from Texas Tech University. Jeff is a member of the Metropolitan Planning Organization and the South Plains Association of Government’s Board of Directors. He supports the local Boys and Girls Club, and is proud to have been elected to their Alumni Hall of Fame. Jeff is the owner of Brand Source Radio Lab, and has been involved in this business for over 27 years. He has served on the Brand Source National Board of Directors, a $14 billion operation, and has also served two terms as Brand Source Southwest Regional President.
Council member Griffith is honored to serve the residents of District 3 and the citizens of Lubbock.