Riverside County is a wonderfully diverse community with the potential to be the most attractive county in California. With these values, Mayor Hewitt will lead us toward his vision of a more efficient and more affluent Riverside County.
Riverside County, District 5 Cities
Banning, Beaumont, Calimesa, Menifee, Moreno Valley, Perris
Riverside County, District 5 Unincorporated Areas
Banning Bench, Cabazon, Cherry Valley, Desert Hills, Desert Hot Springs, El Nido area, Juniper Flats, Lake Perris, Lakeview, Lakeview Mountains, Mission Lakes, Mission Springs, Morongo Badlands, Nuevo, North Palm Springs, Painted Hills, Quail Lake, Reche Canyon, San Jacinto Wildlife Reserve, San Timoteo Canyon, Snow Creek, The Sovereign Nation of the Morongo Band of Mission Indians, Twin Pines, West Garnet, Whitewater and Windy Point.
Father, business owner, politician, husband.
A proven success in the private sector and public service.
Jeff Hewitt was born in 1953 in Southern California. Graduated from Yucaipa High School and Cal State San Bernadino with a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology. While in College, Jeff started his own contracting company by creating new applications for existing technology, then eventually applied what he learned to pool construction, including excavation and plumbing. Since 1985 he has navigated his small business into the success that we see today with Champagne Pools in Calimesa, CA.
In 2004, Jeff Hewitt was asked to serve on the City of Calimesa Planning Commission, which was his first role in Public Service. In 2010 Hewitt ran for City Council, and is now the first Mayor of Calimesa to have been elected to a third consecutive term.. With a lifetime of balance between the public and private sector, Mayor Hewitt has the necessary knowledge and coalition-building skills needed to solve the serious challenges currently facing Riverside County.
Started first business.
Graduated from CSUSB.
Appointed to planning commission.
Elected to City Council.
Mayor of Calimesa.
Your County Supervisor.