Councilor Cedric J. Norman

Councilor Cedric J. Norman represents the Fair Oaks and Belwood Communities, and his district also covers parts of
Grasselli Road, Martin Luther King Drive, Vinesville Road, and Myron Massey.
Councilor Norman was appointed by the Council and sworn into office on July 1, 2019 to fill the vacant seat for
District 4. He is Chair of the Planning & Zoning Committee. He is also a member of Budget & Finance Committee and
the Streets, Sanitation, Transportation, Drainage & Utilities Committee. The function of the Planning & Zoning
Committee is to make recommendations for all matters emanating from the initiation of economic development
projects, board of adjustment requests the granting of variances, transportation and parking strategies, and all other
planning and zoning issues in the City of Fairfield. The Planning & Zoning Committee often collaborates with the
Regional Planning Commission and other entities that specialize in strategic planning for municipalities.
Councilor Norman has been involved with government operations and political campaigns for over 10 years. He has
over 8 years of experience in the higher education field and is currently pursuing a doctorate degree in Higher
Education Administration. He also has expertise in the field of marketing and communication made possible through
his bachelors’ degree, master’s degree, and work experience. During the remainder of his term, Councilor Norman
seeks to learn as much as possible about the inner workings of the Fairfield city government and rebuild the City’s
infrastructure.