40+ years as a Firefighter , Law Enforcement Officer and Military Veteran, Steve Stenberg knows what it means to sacrifice and dedicate your life to public safety. That's why Chula Vista Police Officers support Firefighter Steve Stenberg to keep our city safe. After retiring from a successful career protecting our community, Steve and his family opened a small business in Downtown Chula Vista providing more local jobs.
As your next Councilmember, Steve will:
Prioritize public safety by ensuring our neighborhoods are adequately staffed with police and firefighters to maintain quick response times during crisis. Steve is the only candidate endorsed by Chula Vista Police Officers and firefighters.
Support Chula Vista’s small business community to ensure a strong local economy and more revenue for quality city services. Steve is the only candidate with experience as a small business owner, creating local jobs for Chula Vistans.
Improve and update infrastructure in Northwest Chula Vista and ensure our older communities receive their fair share of resources.
Fix homelessness by coordinating with regional governments and non-profits while working with public safety to ensure safe neighborhoods.
Chief of Police David Bejarano, City of Chula Vista, Ret.
Chula Vista Police Officers Association
Police Chief David Bejarano, Chula Vista Police Department, Ret
Captain James Navarro, Riverside Sherriff Department, Ret
Lieutenant Jim Fuselier, Shreveport Police Department, Ret
Sergeant Rick Sigler, California Highway Patrol, Ret
Special Agent in Charge Walt Warren Ret, US Gov
John Davidson, California Parole Officer, Ret
Sherry Davidson, California Parole Officer, Ret
Ted Lehmann, Special Agent, Treasury, Ret
Federal Fire Department San Diego:
Fire Chief Don Crutchfield, Ret
Fire Chief Bill Egidi, Ret
Fire Chief Jamie Wood, Ret
Asst Chief and IAFF F-33 former VP Joe Fredricks, Ret
Asst Chief and IAFF F-33 former President Roberto Uribe, Ret
Asst Chief Don Bigler, Ret
Asst Chief and IAFF F-33 former President, Bill White, Ret.
Battalion Chief Howard Gillins, Ret
Fire Captain Bob Shepherd, Ret
Fire Captain John Schmidt, Ret
Relief Engineer/Former IAFF F-33 Secretary, Buddy McLeroy, Ret
San Miguel Fire Department:
Deputy Chief Mike Haworth, Ret
Fire Captain Brian Bruxton, Ret
Sergeant Jim Jalbert, Ret
CalFIRE MVU, San Diego:
Captain Richard Stephan, Ret
Prevention (LEO) Captain Kevin McCully, Ret
San Marcos Fire Department:
Deputy Chief Bob Scott Ret
Campo Fire Department:
Fire Chief Mitch Sanchez, Ret
Escondido Fire Department.
Engineer Mike Diaz and former Chula Vista Councilperson, Ret
Hon Greg Cox, San Diego County Supervisor, Ret
Hon Cheryl Cox Chula Vista Mayor, Ret
Hon Shirley Horton, Chula Vista Mayor Ret
Hon. Jerry Rindone, Chula Vista Councilmember Ret
Serhii Kolomiiets, Interpreter, Kiev, Ukraine
Dan Hom, Businessman
Bud Chase, Businessman
Sandy Hodge, Educator, SUHSD
Francia Castro, Relator & Candidate Chula Vista City Council District 2 Primary 2022.
Patti Groulx, San Diego County, Ret & Candidate Chula Vista City Council District 2 Primary 2022.
John Borja, Candidate Chula Vista City Council District 2 Primary 2022.
Jerry Kaher, Music Teacher, Ret
Ken Smithy, Heavy Equipment Operator, Ret.
Joni Smithy, Office Manager, Ret.
Bill Zuk, Relator, Ret
Carlos Orozco, Ford Motor Company, Marketing, Ret
Ed Ketchum, Friend
Johnny Flores, Friend
Mark Barazza, Dentist, Ret
Ken Shilling, Diesel Mechanic, Friend
Paid for by Steve Stenberg for Chula Vista City Council 2022 ID# 1444761 Use of photographs in uniform do not imply endorsements from CalFire or US Air Force