Rancho Cordova City Council

Jack Zwald

Jack Zwald is a state public health manager working to get California the hospital space, medical equipment, and staffing we need to beat COVID-19.

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About Jack

Jack Zwald is a state public health manager working to get California the hospital space, medical equipment, and staffing we need to beat COVID-19.

As a budget manager with the California Department of Finance, he oversees the state’s $3.4 billion public health budget. He manages the finances of programs increasing access to healthcare and fighting infectious diseases. Jack is also a member of the Sacramento County Public Health Advisory Board, serving as Vice Chair last year. In Jack’s time on the board, he built a partnership between the county and the Los Rios Community College District to reopen women’s health clinics.

Jack is the former President of Rancho Cordova Kiwanis, raising thousands of dollars for scholarships for high school seniors, community college students transferring to four-year colleges, and adult learners seeking a GED. Kiwanis sponsors four youth service clubs in Rancho Cordova and Rosemont.

Emergency Response

Protect Our Community, Rebuild Our Economy

The COVID-19 epidemic has threatened the lives of our citizens, devastated our economy, and made the future uncertain for all of us. Jack has a plan to keep us safe, help families and small businesses, and get you the vital services you need.

Recent events have shown that we are unprepared for a major emergency situation. If elected Jack will implement his “Rancho Cordova Emergency Response and Resilience Plan” which will get our first responders the equipment, facilities, and flexibility they need to get the job done. His plan will also provide immediate financial relief to families and work to expand access to essential goods, high-speed broadband access, and other necessary services. Our business community will can also expect city-supported access to credit, reduced permit fees and fee holidays, and creating pipelines for local students and workers kickstart our economy. Jack will also retool our city government so that you get timely and accurate updates, the city leverages as much federal, state, and philanthropic support as possible, and that our seniors, people with disabilities, and others in high-risk groups are taken care of.

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