Brian DeLaGrange standing next to campaign sign.

Grants Pass City Council

  • Balanced 2021-22 city budget after inheriting a $2M shortfall
  • Settled property dispute with Ausland family to begin water treatment plant project
  • Passed code amendment to require more fire-resistant construction in urban-wildland interface
  • Established stable funding source to incentivize affordable housing projects (Construction Excise Tax)
  • Approved code requiring medium- and high-density residential zones be built out to at least 60% density
  • Created City Sustainability and Energy Task Force to review city operations
  • Saved water customers from two planned rate increases by using $3M of federal ARPA funds
  • Revised municipal code to allow social services in the general commercial zone (with exclusions)
  • Supported establishment of Destination Marketing Organization to manage tourism marketing for the city
  • Working diligently on formation of an urban campground (ETA late 2022)
  • Working to establish downtown restroom facilities (ETA late 2022)
  • Working to replace our municipal outdoor swimming pool (Caveman Pool)

District 7 School Board

  • Installed HVAC systems at schools that did not have modern systems
  • Upgraded all lighting in the district to high-efficiency LED
  • Provided free school supplies for elementary & middle school students
  • Reduced fees for sports and extracurricular programs
  • Reduced fees for volunteer program
  • Advocating for agriculture program at the high school
  • Advocating for a more robust outdoor school program at middle schools
  • Advocating for an electric bus pilot program