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Dan Arriola, Council Member

Council Member Dan Tavares Arriola was elected to the Tracy City Council in 2018, and also works as a Deputy District Attorney for San Joaquin County. At 29 years old, he is likely the youngest Council Member in the history of our city, representing “A New Generation of Leadership” for the community.

Dan is proud to have grown up in Tracy and to have attended local schools. Unfortunately, he grew up facing the challenges of poverty, but he was able to overcome those obstacles and succeed in his academic and professional endeavors. After graduating from West High School in 2007, he continued to pursue his education and graduated as the Political Science Valedictorian of UCLA in 2011 and as the Student Body President of USC Law School in 2014.

After becoming an attorney, he launched his own criminal defense law practice and became the youngest attorney in the State of California to own and run a law practice. Within a year, he was offered and accepted a position as Deputy District Attorney of San Joaquin County.

Dan is very active in the community and serves on a number of local boards and commissions. He founded the Young Professionals of Tracy, and has also served on the Board of Directors for the Tracy Chamber of Commerce, the Jose M. Hernandez Reaching for the Stars Foundation and the One.TLC School for Homeless Children. He often collaborates with student organizations throughout the community, including the Tracy High Bulldog Project, the Kimball High Jaguar Project and West High’s Leadership and Conflict Management team.

Dan was first elected to office as a Tracy School Board Trustee in 2016, where he advocated for youth in our community and notably organized the first-ever Student Town Hall for Student Safety in the City of Tracy. As a Trustee, he fought for issues concerning our city’s youth including student engagement, school safety, diversity and equity rights and the reformation of student disciplinary action.

Dan also served as the first-ever Neighborhood Deputy District Attorney assigned to South San Joaquin County. As the Neighborhood D.A., Dan implemented new strategic approaches for addressing concerns in our community including homelessness, human trafficking, neighborhood nuisances, school truancy and other quality-of-life issues.

Council Member Arriola looks forward to continuing to support our community as the newest elected member of the Tracy City Council.

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