The City of Electric City Council acts as the legislative branch of our government, as well as its policy-making body. The Council looks to the City's goals, major projects and infrastructure improvements ranging from community growth to land use to finances and strategic planning. The Council's goal is to do the very best to represent their constituents after they've seen to the needs of the City as a whole.



Don Redfield moved to Electric City with his wife in 2012. He has served as a Law Enforcement and Security Professional since 1981, with his current role being with Colville Tribal Police Department since 2002.  Don has a business background as owner and operator of businesses in Chelan, Coulee Dam, Grand Coulee and Electric City.  He has created non-profit and for-profit corporations in Washington State.  As a member of the City Council, his top priorities will be listening and responding to the concerns of residents of Electric City, with a focus on maintaining and improving city services, supporting economic growth, and encouraging good stewardship of our resources and land.

Robbin and his wife Carol have resided in Electric City since 1994. In that time, he gained an appreciation for the community and its values. He brings a diverse work background including over 18 years working on the Colville Reservation and another 13 years with the Bureau of Land Management. He has also operated an in-home business for several years. He intends to listen and respond to residents’ concerns and desires while balancing the most returns for the use of taxpayer monies.

Brian was born and raised in Springdale, WA and understands the small-town way of life.  He has been settled in Electric City with his family for over 20 years and has formed many great relationships with local business owners and individuals.  He has seen the positive impact an effective city government can have on everyone in the community.  His goal is to get Electric City leadership back to working for its people.



Matt and his wife decided to raise their family in Electric City in 2022. He has worked in state, county and municipal governments in the criminal justice field since 2015. Matt currently serves as a police officer for Grand Coulee Police Department. He believes in open and transparent government and promises to fulfill the duties of councilman with honesty and integrity. He values his family and community. Matt’s experience as a police officer with Grand Coulee Police has allowed him insight into the public safety and infrastructure needs of our community. Matt’s main vision is to help ensure the safety and necessary planning is in place for current and future generations to continue making Electric City the best place to call home.


Blake recently moved to Electric City in 2021 after being hired by the Grand Coulee Police Department in 2020. As a law enforcement officer and the son of two parents in law enforcement, Blake sees the safety of the community as an important issue. During his time in the area, Blake has spent time participating in community functions and has taught D.A.R.E. classes at Lake Roosevelt Elementary. Before his law enforcement career, Blake dedicated thousands of hours to various volunteer organizations and participated in numerous community events near his hometown of Everett, WA. With his community-oriented mindset, Blake intends on listening to community concerns and developing a stronger community bond in the way of public events and other activities.