Flor Nicolas

Flor Nicolas

PRESERVE THE PAST, PROTECT THE FUTURE

I am running for the City Council to preserve our quality of life, plan for a future South San Francisco that our children and grandchildren can afford, and ensure our community is a place where diversity is celebrated, and every generation can thrive.

Thirty years ago, I moved to South San Francisco with my husband and two young children to build a new life.  We are now living the American Dream because we were quickly embraced by our new community.

To give back, I have strived to make South City a more vibrant and welcoming community through my participation at All Souls and Mater Dolorosa Parishes, the Police Activities League Boosters, Asian Alliance, Historical Society, and Friends of Parks & Recreation.

I was appointed by the City Council to serve on the Conference Center Authority Board, Historic Preservation Commission, and Housing Authority.

The face of our City is changing.

Young families and seniors need affordable housing.

We must manage traffic congestion, protect our strong local economy, support local schools, and ensure City Hall is listening to residents and providing top notch public safety and city services.

I will be a strong voice for every neighborhood and help lead our City into a brighter and more prosperous future.

I respectfully ask for your support.

Voter Registration

About Flor Nicolas

  • 30+-year-resident of South San Francisco
  • City Commissioner, SSF Conference Center Authority Board
  • Biotechnology Executive
  • Former City Commissioner, Historic Preservation Commission and Housing Authority
  • Secretary, Police Activities League Boosters
  • Treasurer, South San Francisco Asian Alliance
  • Board Member, Scottish Rite Childhood Language Center
  • Member, Friends of Parks and Recreation
  • Member, SSF Historical Society
  • Member, Sister Cities Committee
  • Member, SSF Chamber of Commerce
  • Parishioner, Mater Dolorosa Church and formerly All Souls Catholic Church
  • Master of Public Health, University of Massachusetts Amherst

Leadership

PRESERVE THE PAST, PROTECT THE FUTURE

I am running for the City Council to preserve our quality of life, plan for a future South San Francisco that our children and grandchildren can afford, and ensure our community is a place where diversity is celebrated, and every generation can thrive.

Thirty years ago, I moved to South San Francisco with my husband and two young children to build a new life.  We are now living the American Dream because we were quickly embraced by our new community.

To give back, I have strived to make South City a more vibrant and welcoming community through my participation at All Souls and Mater Dolorosa Parishes, the Police Activities League Boosters, Asian Alliance, Historical Society, and Friends of Parks & Recreation.

I was appointed by the City Council to serve on the Conference Center Authority Board, Historic Preservation Commission, and Housing Authority.

The face of our City is changing. Young families and seniors need affordable housing.  We must manage traffic congestion, protect our strong local economy, support local schools, and ensure City Hall is listening to residents and providing top notch public safety and city services.

I will be a strong voice for every neighborhood and help lead our City into a brighter and more prosperous future.  Please contact me at nicolas4citycouncil@gmail.com

I respectfully ask for your support.

Voter Registration

About Flor Nicolas

  • 30+-year-resident of South San Francisco
  • City Commissioner, SSF Conference Center Authority Board
  • Biotechnology Executive
  • Former City Commissioner, Historic Preservation Commission and Housing Authority
  • Secretary, Police Activities League Boosters
  • Treasurer, South San Francisco Asian Alliance
  • Board Member, Scottish Rite Childhood Language Center
  • Member, Friends of Parks and Recreation
  • Member, SSF Historical Society
  • Member, Sister Cities Committee
  • Member, SSF Chamber of Commerce
  • Parishioner, Mater Dolorosa Church and formerly All Souls Catholic Church
  • Master of Public Health, University of Massachusetts Amherst

Leadership