City Councilman Jim Gilbreath says there's still plenty of work to be done at city hall and that's why he's running for re-election.
Gilbreath made his re-election announcement Thursday morning at city hall. The current District 6 councilman cited several issues as top priorities including, economic growth, public safety, and water.
"We've got to do some good long-term water planning. We've got two make sure our water resources are accounted for the next 100 years," said Councilman Gilbreath.
Gilbreath also said he's looking forward to working with new City Manager Lou Fox.
February 16th is the first official day to file for the Lubbock City Council election which takes place May 15th.