Meet Jay Zembower, District 2 Commissioner

Commissioner Jay Zembower

My visions are to work to protect our environment, control overdevelopment and protect our rural and natural lands as well as apply prudent business practices and experience on behalf of the citizens to preserve the quality of life for future generations.

Commissioner Zembower is a native Floridian and a 40-year resident of Seminole county. His family has owned and operated Zembower’ s Auto Center in Altamonte Springs for almost half a century.

Commissioner Zembower has served as a forensic consultant for local, state and federal law enforcement, as well as law firms, Fortune 500 corporations, insurance companies and major automobile manufacturers on transportation related matters.

Newly elected to the Commission, Jay has served on several volunteer local boards, numerous 501c3 and 501c4 entities and committees, including the Seminole County Planning and Zoning Commission, Affordable Housing Board, Seminole County Parks and Recreation Board, Lake Pickett Municipal Service Benefit Unit (MSBU) Board, Seminole County Public School Review Board and the City of Altamonte Springs Incident Review Board. In 2004, Jay successfully helped lead a citizen initiative to establish Seminole County’s Rural Boundary.

Jay Zembower has the core values that make our community a great place to live, work and raise a family.