Meet Joe Gebbia
Joe Gebbia was first elected as one of Brookhaven’s Inaugural council-members in the fall of 2012 and re-elected to a full 4-year term in 2013. Since assuming office, Councilman Gebbia has been an advocate for efficient, sustainable development and improved communications between City Hall and Brookhaven residents. To better represent his constituents, Joe earned his Certificate of Achievement from the Georgia Municipal Association for completing over 100 hours in continuing education courses for elected officials.
Councilman Gebbia co-chairs the Brookhaven Economic Development Committee; he led in the creation of KBB - Keep Brookhaven Beautiful; and he led in the development of the 2.8 mile PCG - the Peachtree Creek Greenway Park. Councilman Gebbia was responsible for Brookhaven becoming the first City in the State of Georgia to be certified by the Attorney General's Office as part of its "Georgia's Not Buying It" anti sex-trafficking campaign. Councilman Gebbia led the successful effort to annex CHOA and Executive Park into Brookhaven and has taken the lead in having the City of Brookhaven become a certified "Welcoming City".