David Rabbitt was elected in November 2010 to represent Sonoma County’s 2nd District on the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors. David began his four year term in January after previously serving as the Vice Mayor and member to the Petaluma City Council.
Supervisor Rabbitt has been elected Sonoma County Board of Supervisors Chair Pro Tem for 2011 and his has been assigned the Functional Group for the County Criminal Justice Services Department. His regional assignments also include the Golden Gate Bridge District, Association of Bay Area Governments, the North Bay Water Reuse Authority and the Community Advisory Board of the San Francisco Bay Water Transit Authority. Supervisor Rabbitt’s countywide assignments embrace Health Action, Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCO), Solid Waste Advisory Group, and Sonoma County Employee Retirement Association (SCERA).
Supervisor Rabbitt has been active in numerous community and civic activities including serving two terms as PTA President at McNear Elementary School, assisting in establishing the Petaluma City School District’s Fund Development Task Force, and serving on the Campaign Committees for Measures C and K to help raise funds for local schools. He also co-found Support Healthy Active Kids in Education (SHAKE) to create strong physical education and nutrition programs in the elementary schools. Supervisor Rabbitt also has spent years as a baseball and soccer coach as well as serving as a Board Member for both the Sonoma County Alliance Soccer Club and the Petaluma National Little League.
David Rabbitt is an architect having earned his architectural degree at the University of Oregon and resides in Petaluma with his wife Jane and three children Megan, Patrick and Sarah.