Gerald Roznovsky was sworn in as Mayor of Lake Jackson on November 17, 2020. He was then re-elected to serve as Mayor on May 7, 2022.
Prior Government Experience Before becoming Mayor, Roznovsky served seven terms as a Councilman over 14 years. During that time, Roznovsky:
Served as Mayor Pro Tem three times
Introduced and Implemented Strategic Planning we’ve used during our Annual Budget planning
Served as a member or council liaison to all 13 city boards and commissions
Led as Vice Chairman of the Lake Jackson Development Corporation for 7 years where I’ve been a member for 13 years
Introduced and helped develop Discover Lake Jackson tourism campaign
Proactively continued my own education in City Government and Economic Development
Community Involvement In addition to his years of service to the City of Lake Jackson, Roznovsky has been an active member in local charities and organizations, and been recognized for his involvement and commitment.
Community Health Network Board Member since 2008, Chairman 2013 to present – delivering quality affordable medical, mental and dental health across Brazoria County, BISD and Brazosport College
Member of Brazosport Rotary Local 5890
Member of Knights of Columbus Council 6812
Member Brazosport Area Chamber of Commerce
Member Brazosport County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
Lake Jackson Senior Citizens Appreciation Award 2005
Award for Service and Dedication to SPCA – BC
2018 Inductee to the BISD’s Wall of Fame
Volunteer and financial contributor to local education and fine arts
Professional Career After a 37 year career at Dow Chemical Company, Roznovsky retired in 2014. His contributions to the company spanned roles in plant operations, plant management, business analyst, global supply chain leader, lean six sigma master black belt, and senior business consultant.
Personal History Roznovsky was born and raised in Clute, Texas and attended Brazoswood High School where he was on the State Football Team and met his wife Patti Fox Roznovsky. He and Patti are proud 40-plus year residents of Lake Jackson and have been married for 43 years. Together they raised three children and are now proud grandparents to four granddaughters.