Liz Gibbons serves as Mayor of Campbell following her election by the City Council last December. Ms. Gibbons was elected to the City Council in November 2014. She first became involved with the City of Campbell in 1990 as Project Manager for the Downtown Streetscape Project, a project that converted Campbell Avenue back to a two-way street, and added street trees, parking, and the Ainsley Park and Orchard City Green. Her connection to Campbell took root such that he served in many volunteer capacities, including establishing the Campbell Historical Museum and Ainsley House Foundation Endowment. She was appointed to the Campbell Planning Commission in April 1996, and served for 17 years. The years in-between were punctuated by having chaired successful `Save Our Library’ campaigns in 2005 and 2013. In March 2014, Gibbons was honored as Campbell’s “Citizen of the Year” by the Chamber of Commerce. In 2008, she was celebrated by the Silicon Valley Business Journal as a “Woman of Influence in Santa Clara Valley.” She also is a member of Chapter 5151!