Councilman Steve Gregory has lived in Paso Robles for over 42 years, meeting and marrying his wife Dawn here. With four children between them they have supported many school and community organizations. Steve has volunteered as a Planning Commissioner for the last 6 years including terms as Chairman Pro Tem and Chairman. He served on the Development Review Committee for 5 years and is serving his 9th year as a City Councilmember.
Steve is a community volunteer for Main Street, Rotary, Parks and Recreation Advisory Board and the Paso Robles Youth Arts Foundation. He has coached youth sports, hosted many long term AFS students, and he is a cofounder and grant writer for the Avila Sealife Center.
Steve and Dawn both own businesses in Paso Robles. Dawn owned the downtown eatery, Odyssey World Café, for 25 years. Steve operates his own consulting business as a Project Design Consultant focusing on new construction, restoration and remodeling of existing vintage homes. Additionally he consults in small business strategies, land use, and entitlement matters.
Steve was Executive Vice President of Sycamore Mineral Springs, Paso Robles Hot Springs and Avila Hot Springs. He successfully grew Sycamore Mineral Springs into a World Class Spa Resort over a 20 year period. During his business activities he worked with many Federal, State, County and City agencies. He was appointed by the Board of Supervisors to Flood Zone 9 Advisory Committee which he chaired for 6 years. Steve has worked with LAFCO in an annexation of a large parcel into the City of Paso Robles. He currently serves as a LAFCO commissioner.
Steve received his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Management cum laude at CSU Long Beach and continued post graduate studies in Statistics and Finance. At the age of 15, Steve proudly became a United States Citizen after immigrating to the United States from Argentina with his family ten years earlier.
Steve enjoys hot springs, traveling, photography, hiking mountains and spending time with Dawn and their children, grandchildren and granddogs.