“I commend your work with the Foothill Family Shelter. Thank you for dedicating your time and talents to the some of the most vulnerable in our community. I appreciate your leadership in standing up for public safety, finding resources for crime victims, and advocating for services for those in need.”

Supervisor Janice Rutherford

“Luis Cetina will be an outstanding Supervisor, providing leadership on the issues we care about most – public safety, homelessness and reducing wasteful spending by government. He will focus on serving our communities and hard working families.”

Mike Antonovich

Former Republican Party Chairman

Meet Luis

If there is one thing that matters to Luis Cetina it’s the community. Above everything, as the father of six children, Luis is committed to building a better community that will provide for his family and others. Along with being a committed father, Luis is a youth soccer coach in the community and is heavily involved in his local church.

Luis is an expert in Southern California water policy. As a representative for the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, Luis works closely with area leaders to promote and plan water policy objectives for the future. He has 35 years of experience with the MWD in engineering, legislation, media, real property and water resources. 

In 2012 he was elected to the Cucamonga Valley Water District to Represent District 4 where he still serves today. He has twice been elected by industry peers to represent Imperial, Riverside and San Bernardino counties on the Assn. of California Water Agencies Board.

Luis serves on the board of the Rancho Cucamonga Chamber of Commerce, chairs the Gateway Chambers Alliance and serves on the board for the Public Affairs Network and Foothill Family Shelter, a transitional homeless shelter for families with children. 

Luis earned his Bachelor of Science Degree in civil engineering with an emphasis on the environment at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona.

Luis Cetina and his wife Karla live in Alta Loma with their six children.