Councilmember Martin Grossman

Marty Grossman was born and raised in New York City and states he is a product of the New York City public education system. He served in the U.S. Army Reserves from 1969 – 1975 and then received a Bachelor of Science Degree from Adelphi University in Management and Communications in 1980. Marty began his career with the U.S. Postal Service as a Letter Carrier in 1979 and retired in 2009. Shortly after retiring he moved to Prescott Valley and started to serve his new community almost instantly.

 Marty is currently serving as a Town Council Member (voted to the Council in 2013) and is currently in his second term. He also serves on the Prescott Valley Police Foundation Board, Hope Still Floats (Fundraiser for the Yavapai Family Advocacy Center), Prescott Area Habitat for Humanity as Tool Manager for the construction crew, National Active and Retired Federal Employees (NARFE), and Nextdoor - an online Community Block Watch. He has a singles group on, is a member of American Legion Post 108, Prescott Frontier Days and a Life Member of the NRA. Marty has always served his community by volunteering and serving with different Charities and Organizations. Some of them are the March of Dimes. Muscular Dystrophy Association, Knights of Pythias and the East Flushing Civic Association. As a Town Council Member, he serves as the Liaison to the Humboldt Unified School District and as the Emergency Liaison to Yavapai County. He is a member of the HUSD Superintendents Advisory Committee and is now also serving on the Humboldt Education Foundation.

Marty continues to look for ways to grow and expand his knowledge and ways to help his community. He feels that moving to Prescott Valley is one of the best decisions he made in his life and feels lucky and grateful to be able to serve in so many ways.