Folsom City Councilmember Mike Kozlowski was elected to the Folsom City Council in 2018. He is active in several statewide school construction and energy conservation groups, coaches track and field for Vista del Lago High School, and is a certified youth coach with USA Track & Field.
Mike is a passionate architect and designer, and a pragmatic project manager. He has designed projects for small business owners, national retailers, school districts, and individual homeowners. Mike is an account executive for Johnson Controls and provides planning, design, and project management services for energy conservation projects. He frequently lectures on green building and project management topics.
Mike has served as a City of Folsom utility commissioner, a board member of the Vista Athletic Boosters, the Heritage Preservation League of Folsom, and as chairman of the campaign for Measure G (passed by voter in 2014) that is bringing facility improvements to Folsom schools.
Mike and his family have called Folsom home since 2005. He is a native of Chicago, Illinois, and holds a bachelors and masters degree in Architecture from Lawrence Technological University in Southfield, Michigan. Mike and his wife Kim have been married for 26 years and have three children.