Mayor Pro Tem Since December 2018
Term Expires: November 2020
5275 Orange Avenue
P. O. Box 609
Cypress, CA 90630
Telephone: (714) 229-6699
Fax: (714) 229-6682
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Mayor Pro Tem Rob Johnson is serving his second term on the Cypress City Council. During his first term on the City Council, he also served as Mayor and Mayor Pro Tem.
Mayor Pro Tem Johnson holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration-Marketing from California State University Long Beach and an Associate of Arts Degree from Long Beach City College. He is also a graduate of the Long Beach Police Academy.
He is the Southwest Regional Director of Sales for Crystal Geyser/CG Roxane handling all Trade Channels in Southern California, Arizona, Nevada, Colorado and New Mexico.
Mayor Pro Tem Johnson volunteers his time to various non-profit organizations including the Cypress High School Athletic Booster Club and Grad Night Committee, Cypress Girls Softball, AYSO Soccer, Cypress Chamber of Commerce, and the Cypress Festival Committee.
Mayor Pro Tem Johnson also served on the Cypress Parks and Recreation Commission, two terms as Commission Chairman, and the Cypress Traffic Commission, one term as the Vice Chair before being elected to the Cypress City Council.
Mayor Pro Tem Johnson is currently representing the City of Cypress on the following boards and committees:
- City/Cypress School District Joint Steering Ad Hoc Committee
- Cypress College Foundation Americana Selection Committee
- League of California Cities Orange County Division – Alternate
- League of California Cities Legislative Delegate Program – Alternate
- Orange County City Selection Committee – Alternate
- Orange County Council of Governments – General Assembly – Alternate
- Orange County Fire Authority – Representative
- Orange County Fire Authority Human Resources Committee – Chair
- Orange County Waste Management Commission Board Member
- Southern California Association of Governments – General Assembly Delegates - Alternate
- Veteran Recognition Subcommittee
Mayor Pro Tem Johnson and his wife Nancy have resided in Cypress since 1999 where they raised their two daughters Dawn and Liz.