Gregg Weiss

Palm Beach County Mayor

Mayor Gregg Weiss, a retired business executive from California, was elected to the District 2 seat of the Palm Beach County Board of County Commissioners in November 2018. Weiss was reelected in 2022 and tapped as Mayor by his fellow commissioners.

He serves on the Governing Board of the Palm Beach County Solid Waste Authority. Mayor Weiss is active in the National Association of Counties (NACo), currently serving as Vice Chair of the Telecom and Technology Committee, the Resilience Committee and the IT Subcommittee.

Prior to his election to the Palm Beach County Board of County Commissioners, he served as Vice Chair on the West Palm Beach Planning Board and numerous other boards of area organizations and nonprofits. Currently, Gregg sits on the Palm Beach Transportation Planning Agency Governing Board, the Water Resources Task Force, the Palm Beach County Cultural Council Board of Directors and the 15th Judicial Circuit Juvenile Justice Advisory Board.

Gregg Weiss was born and raised in Southern California. After graduating from the University of California at Irvine with degrees in economics and social ecology, he made a career in the then-emerging computer industry. Gregg worked his way up to becoming a business executive overseeing sales, marketing and strategy for several Fortune 500 companies both in the U.S. and Australia. Gregg and Rebecca, his wife of more than 30 years, retired while in their 40s and decided to sail the world on their 50-foot boat named Kimba. They anchored in the Lake Worth Lagoon in 2004 and made West Palm Beach their new home.

Weiss has been active in the community as a volunteer and board member. He was president of the West Palm Beach Police Foundation and a founding member of Speak Up for Kids.


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