Ward Two - Felicity Zoberski

Elected to Office

Councilwoman Felicity Zoberski was elected to the City Council on November 3, 2020 and took the oath of office at the November 18, 2020 Fernley Council meeting. Her term expires in 2024.

I was born in Salida Colorado, a small town like Fernley (just a lot more snow!) I was lucky enough however, to grown up in Fernley, attending elementary through my sophomore year of high School.  My family then relocated to Reno for the remainder of my high school career. I chose to return to Fernley 6 years ago, to raise my family and open my own business. My husband and I opened Elevated Art Tattoo Parlor in August of 2017, and with the help of our community, our Chamber of Commerce, and family, have thrived in the city of Fernley.

                I have been lucky enough to experience the full sense of community since arriving back in Fernley. Upon opening my business, I have become a member of our Chamber of Commerce, our local Rotary Club, and the Fernley Arts and Culture Event Squad. I was sworn into an appointed position on the City Of Fernley Planning Commission in January of 2017, where I gained an excess of knowledge about our city government as a whole, our updated Development Code, our Master Plan, and the overall process of planning in the City of Fernley. Throughout my time in here, I have been fortunate to interact with our diverse residents, whether through art at my Tattoo Parlor, or the various groups I have joined, to be more actively informed about current issues and accomplishments in the community.

                I currently reside in the City of Fernley Ward 2 with my husband Matthew, And our 3 daughters, Lillianna (9), Annalynn (8), And Abigail (4). In raising three small girls in the city of Fernley, I am passionate about the city they are growing up in, as well as other children in our community that will one day inherit Fernley. I hope to promote responsible decision making, to help evolve our diverse community, and I believe that a strong ethical council is needed to attend to the growth we are experiencing.   I plan to keep an open-door policy for all of our residents for any ideas, concerns, or information they may need, in order to serve to the best of my capability.  Thank you