Fighting for Fresno's Future
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Tyler Maxwell has dedicated himself to fighting for the community. He assisted judges in criminal court, advocated for victims of violent crimes, and worked directly with the youth in rehabilitation programs. Tyler joined the Fresno Probation Department where he assisted victims of domestic violence. He then transferred to the Fresno Police Department where he served as a Crime Scene Investigator (CSI) working to solve violent crimes. Tyler currently serves as Public Safety Director at City Hall for the Central Fresno area, helping to keep families safe.
Tyler is committed to lifting up the community by engaging directly with its members. Over the years, Tyler has served as a Big Brother with the Big Brothers Big Sisters program where he mentors the youth. In his free time, Tyler participates in volunteer outreach with the Marjaree Mason Center, helping raise awareness of domestic violence in Fresno. He also volunteers with the Fresno Police Department’s Bringing Broken Neighborhoods Back to Life program, and is a member of the Fresno Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Fresno Class 35.
The safety of our families and neighborhoods is a top priority for Tyler. He will implement his first-hand experience in public safety to reduce emergency response times, increase the number of police officers, and equip the community with the resources they need to stay engaged and feel protected.
Tyler is dedicated to passing a responsible city budget that will allow for economic prosperity within the district. He will be a champion for more jobs and better pay for Fresno workers. Tyler will fight to ensure that our local businesses receive strong support in order to thrive.
As a councilmember, Tyler will be responsive to the concerns of district 4 residents. From increasing the quality of life to ensuring potholes are filled and graffiti is removed—Tyler is committed to revitalizing our neighborhoods.
To send a contribution in the mail, please make your check out to:
Tyler Maxwell for City Council
P.O. Box 847 Fresno, CA 93712
Please note that the maximum contribution from an individual may not exceed $4,700.