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Meet Austin Lumbard

Austin Lumbard was born and raised in Orange County. Austin cares deeply about Tustin which is home to his family and friends. His parents, Michael and Susan live in Tustin Legacy. His brother in-law’s family lives in Tustin Ranch.

Austin is dedicated to serving Tustin. Austin is the current chair of Tustin’s Planning Commission. He was appointed to the Commission in 2013 and was elected to Chair Pro Tem the next year. Austin brings a unique perspective to development having worked for an international engineering and construction contractor for many years. While on the Planning Commission, Austin has contributed to the development of Tustin’s neighborhoods, commercial districts, restaurants, schools and parks.

From 2012 through 2015, Austin served Orange County residents as a reserve deputy for the Orange County Sheriff’s Department. Deputy Lumbard trained alongside the County’s finest and helped protect its citizens. 

His time in uniform shaped Austin’s understanding of challenges our police and fire personnel face every day. As your councilman, Austin will fight to keep Tustin safe to protect our quality of life.

Austin has put his advocacy skills to work as an attorney. His experience in the courtroom and at the negotiating table has equipped him with tools needed in representing his community. Austin will bring this tenacity with him to City Hall and will fight for your best interests. 

Austin Lumbard holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo and a law degree from Indiana University Maurer School of Law. Austin lives in Tustin Legacy where he and his wife, Colleen, are raising their daughter, Aubrey, and three sons, Jack, Wyatt, and Hunter. The family’s mascot is their ten year old boxer, Moose.

AUSTIN IS COMMITTED TO THE GROWTH, SAFETY, EDUCATION & UNIQUE CHARACTER OF THE CITY OF TUSTIN.

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