Term: 1/18 – 12/21
“Community service is what separates citizens from people who just live here. When you get involved you help build a community for everyone to enjoy. Whether it’s volunteering at the food bank, coaching a little league team or sitting on the city council, it’s all important in making the place we live that much better. I’m proud and honored to be a part of building the future for Post Falls.”
Alan Wolfe was first elected to City Council in 2014. He also served on the Post Falls Planning & Zoning Commission as Chairman.
Wolfe attended Central Washington University where he received a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and University of Phoenix for a Master of Business Administration. His community involvement includes volunteering coaching kids, and organizations including the Post Falls Food Bank, the Post Falls Community Volunteers and the Mayor’s Youth Commission. He was a competitor in the Coeur d’Alene Ironman and has served as a coordinator for the event.
Alan and his wife Dani Zibell-Wolfe live in Post Falls. He has three children, two step-children and one grandchild.
Community Service Current:
Ironman CDA, Captain
Community Service Past:
Post Falls Planning and Zoning Commission Chair
Post Falls Chamber of Commerce board, past member
Post Falls Community Volunteers, past treasurer
River City Leadership Academy, past committee chairman, past president
Kiwanis International, past president
Awards & Honors:
Post Falls Citizen of the Year, 2013
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Post Falls City Council meetings are held the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month at 6pm in the City Council Chambers at City Hall, 408 N. Spokane St. on the 3rd Tuesday of each month there is a 5pm Council Workshop.