Pete Serrano was elected to the Pasco City Council in 2017. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Italian from the University of California, Davis, a Juris Doctor from Florida Coastal School of Law, and a Masters of Laws from Vermont School of Law. Pete currently works as an attorney for the United States Department of Energy in Richland and is an adjunct professor at Washington State University's Tri-Cities campus. His term on the City Council expires on December 31, 2021.
Pete and his family, wife Patricia, "PJ," and their two daughters moved from the Sacramento area in 2015. The Serranos chose to live in Pasco as they saw the City's potential for greatness. The Serranos have adopted Pasco as their home and been actively engaged in the community since relocating here.
Pete can usually be found enjoying the outdoors, playing sports, at LifeQuest Fitness, or at the park with his family. He looks forward to serving Pasco in this capacity and welcomes engagement from the community.