Mike Griffiths, Councilmember

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Mike Griffiths  3031 Torrance Blvd.
  Torrance, CA 90503
   Phone: (310) 781-7667
   Fax: (310) 618-5841


Mike Griffiths currently serves as the chair of Community Planning and Design Committee. He is also chair of the Armed Forces Day Committee and serves as a member of the Federal Legislative Advocacy Committee. Additionally, he serves as a member of the Citizen Development and Enrichment Committee and Employee Relations and Public Safety Committee. Mike Griffiths served as the chair of the Citizen Development and Enrichment Committee and Ad-hoc Web Redesign Committee. Additionally, he served as a member of the Community Planning and Design Committee.

He is the City Council liaison to the Torrance Sister City Association, as well as the alternate to the Southern California Association of Governments. He served as an alternate to the Special Standing Federal Legislative Advocacy and State Legislative Advocacy Committees.

Prior to his Council appointment, Mike served as a member of the Planning Commission, and prior to that, spent 8 years on the Environmental Quality and Energy Conservation Commission, three years as chair.

His involvement in the community includes volunteering with the Torrance-South Bay YMCA since 1996 and continues today as a member of the Board of Managers. His work with the YMCA includes raising funds to support local services that include senior meals, childcare, health and fitness, swimming lessons and summer camps for kids, as well as many other programs.

Mike also serves as Chairperson of the Advisory Board of the Torrance Salvation Army, of which he has been a member since 2014. He also has volunteered in several capacities over the years with Torrance schools and is currently active volunteering as needed with the Pediatric Therapy Network (PTN).

Mike Griffiths, a Torrance resident since 1983, has two grown sons that both graduated from the Torrance school system. An entrepreneur, he founded his own computer systems and networking business, growing it successfully, and selling it 15 years later.