Mayor Pro Tem Austin Lumbard, elected to City Council in 2018, was born and raised in Orange County and is a long time Tustin resident. His priorities while on City Council include:
- Public Safety
- Balanced Development
- Fiscal Strength
- Promoting Tustin's unique character
Mayor Pro Tem Lumbard has served the community in a variety of roles. He currently represents Tustin on the Foothill/Eastern Transportation Corridor Agencies, Newport Bay Watershed Executive Committee, Santa Ana River Flood Protection Agency, and is an alternate representative to the Orange County Sanitation District, the Water Advisory Committee of Orange County, and the Orange County Council of Governments (OCCOG) for District 17. Additionally, Mayor Pro Tem Lumbard was selected in 2019 by the City Selection Committee to serve a four-year term on the Airport Land Use Commission for Orange County.
Prior to being elected to City Council, Mayor Pro Tem Lumbard served six years on Tustin’s Planning Commission, twice as Commission Chair. He also previously served for many years as a reserve deputy with the Orange County Sheriff’s Department. This experience helped shape his passion for keeping all Tustin residents safe.
When not at City Hall, Mayor Pro Tem Lumbard works as an attorney and contract specialist for a global engineering and construction company.
Mayor Pro Tem Austin Lumbard and his wife are the proud parents of four young children. The family’s mascot is their thirteen-year-old boxer, Moose.
Council Member Lumbard holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, a law degree from Indiana University Maurer School of Law, and is a graduate of the Orange County Bar Association College of Trial Advocacy.