ABOUT ED

Solana Beach, CA – Dr. Ed Siegel is a 40 year Solana Beach resident. Ed is a medical doctor, businessman, author, volunteer associate-professor, concert pianist, and philanthropist. He is revered for his early involvement in Solana Beach. Siegel led the efforts with early Solana Beach leaders to bring a train station to Solana Beach, helped with the Fletcher Cove Master Plan, Coastal Rail Trail, and La Colonia Park.

Breaking ground at La Colonia Park
with Former Mayor Celine Olson
and early leaders of Solana Beach

margaret-bw[L to R] Lynn Salsberg, Ed Siegel,
Former Mayor Margaret Schlesinger*,
and Former Mayor Rick Hendlin 

Ed was both a founding member and chairman of the Solana Beach Public Arts Commission and the Solana Beach Parks and Recreation Commission. Dr. Siegel was featured on the front page of the New York Times, bringing international publicity to Solana Beach. On August 11, 2016, he was honored by County for his 30th Anniversary of the Solana Beach Singalong. Siegel was also honored as “Rotarian of the Year” for his philanthropic involvement in the community.

Dr. Ed Siegel

Siegel leads the Annual Patriotic
Singalong at the Solana Beach
Fletcher Cove Community Center

Siegel proclamationSiegel honored by Supervisor
Dave Roberts and the San Diego
County Board of Supervisors

Ed is not a politician. He is running for Solana Beach City Council because the current council is stagnant, adheres to special interests, and puts politics above people. Siegel is self-funding his campaign. Some of Ed’s goals for Solana Beach are to build a stronger sense of community, create a business friendly climate, and ensure people are treated like members of a community.