On November 3, 2015 Catherine Mahanpour was elected to serve a four-year term on the City Council.
Catherine Mahanpour has worked in various industries in Maine and California for over 40 years. She is a licensed attorney most currently working as a business and legal consultant. Her practice has primarily consisted of litigation support and the environmental and corporate law areas. Catherine is also an Adjunct Professor of Appellate Advocacy at Golden Gate University School of Law in San Francisco. She is a Court Appointed Special Advocate for Foster Children in San Mateo County and is a member of the Advisory Board for the California State University East Bay Paralegal Program. Her past public service commitments include service as a Chair and Co-Chair of the Citizens' Advisory Committee of the Alameda County Transportation Improvement Authority. Catherine also served as a Judge for the Tri-Valley Youth Court program in Pleasanton. She supports several Bay Area causes such as the Diabetic Youth Foundation and the Freedom House.
Catherine earned her J.D. in California and her Political Science and Business Degrees in Maine. She is married and her son, D.J., and three grandchildren currently live in Maine, which was her home until 24 years ago when she moved to California
Foster City is a master planned community, meaning that there is a great deal of focus on the maintenance and appearance of private as well as public property. We thank you in advance for your assistance keeping your property well-maintained. Remember that permits are required for much of the work that you will have done…