Gregorio Gomez

Gregorio "Greg" Gomez was first elected to the Farmersville City Council in 2012 and was quickly selected as the Mayor pro-tem. Gomez previously served 3 years on the Farmersville Planning Commission.

Gomez was born and raised in Visalia and attended the University of California, Berkeley. He is a 20-year employee of County of Tulare and is currently employed as a Systems Administrator in the Information and Communications Technology Department. Mayor Gomez's wife is a native of Farmersville. The couple met in town in 1993, married in 1994, and moved to Visalia a year later. The family returned to Farmersville in 2007 after having purchased a home in the Sierra Woods subdivision. Mayor and Mrs. Gomez are the proud parents of 4 daughters: the two oldest graduated from Farmersville High School, the younger attends Snowden School and the "cleanup hitter", a toddler, keeps them busy at home.

City Council Appointments

  • Delta Vector Control District 
  • League of California Cities
  • Tulare County Complete Count Commission- US Census 2020

Civic Involvement

Council Member  Gomez's current and past record of service in the community and civic organizations includes:
  • Past President of Tulare County Fair Board (Governor Appointed)
  • Past Chairman of City of Farmersville Planning Commission
  • Vice President, United Way of Tulare County
  • Farmersville Kiwanis
  • Farmersville Culture of Literacy Collective
  • Citizens Advisory of Committee of the San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District
  • Political Chair, Tulare County Employees' Chapter of Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 521
  • Public Transit Representative, Tulare County Association of Governments
  • Board member, League of California Cities Latino Caucus
  • Vice Chair, Tulare County Democratic Party