Councilmember Jill Weiszmann
Jill’s background is in construction. She earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Construction Management from Oklahoma City University and continued to pursue credits towards her Master’s in Public Administration at California State University.
Prior to being on City Council, Jill was self-employed, and owned a residential remodeling and construction cost-estimating business. She was a project manager with a local realtor’s housing program, contracted through the City of Spokane. She was a member of the International Conference of Building Officials and is a past vice-president of the National Association of Women in Construction.
Jill previously served on the Spokane Transit Authority Board of Directors from 2015-2017.
Jill’s civic involvement includes attending Association of Washington Cities annual conferences and regional meetings, annual meetings with state legislators in Olympia, and the Spokane County Council of Government meetings. She has earned the Advanced Certificate of Leadership from the Association of Washington Cities.
Jill’s community involvement includes attending West Plains Chamber of Commerce meetings and local groundbreaking and ribbon-cutting ceremonies. She also participates in Cheney MayFest, Cheney Clean Sweep, Cheney’s concerts in the park, the Cheney Fire Department Christmas Candy Cane Ride, and Special Olympics events. Formerly, she served on the Cheney Jubilee Board of Directors, was treasurer of the 50 Acre Park Bond Issue Committee, and served as a Cheney Rodeo and Parade Committee member.
Jill has a daughter and son-in-law and two grandchildren, who also live in Cheney.
I believe that a strong community begins with service and leadership. I pride myself on being a positive ambassador for my City, always believing in community service. Our City Council is based on integrity, professionalism, and service; and I am committed to continue that legacy through hard work and community involvement. Working with a strong mayor and award-winning City departments is what keeps me loving what I do.
-- Jill Weiszmann