Jeremy Lukas, Council Member

Councilman Jeremy Lukas has lived in Little Elm for nearly five years. He and his family chose Little Elm due to its cost of living, public education, personal safety, outdoor amenities, and sense of community.

He was inspired to run for Town Council when he saw opportunities for action in certain areas, particularly along U.S. 380, and remains passionate about the traffic and safety plan for the roadway.

Jeremy has extensive experience in a range of areas, including serving on different boards and with many organizations such as the Midland Sports Complex Development Corporation Board, a 4B tax-funded multi-use $65M sports complex.  He has also served on the Hotel-Motel Tax Advisory Board, working with both the city and complex officials on ensuring a positive net return each year, which ultimately allowed for a 15-year early pay-off/tax termination to residents.

Additionally, he partnered with several of the City of Houston's departmental offices, consulting and working alongside many of their notable USA-hosted events (NCAA Final 4, Super Bowl, World Series) and managing the annual Houston Marathon.

Currently, Jeremy is a cross-functional senior leader who works with multiple departments in North America to ensure the deliverance of a superior product and customer experience to purchasing families while balancing a national P&L with a strong commitment to keeping his organization lean. He believes that his sound judgment, ability to listen and act, and most importantly, leading with consistency, benefit him as he serves the residents of Little Elm.

His three priorities for the Town include:

  • Community safety so that all residents feel safe within the Town's borders.
  • Community satisfaction ensures residents have the opportunities, amenities, and programs to provide a high quality of life.
  • Community stewardship focuses on the community first to engage resident participation, support public schools, and promote confidence through a transparent budget process.

Jeremy has been married to his wife, Kim, for more than ten years and has three children. He enjoys spending time with his family and loves sports, including fantasy sports, where he is a commissioner of three long-term fantasy sports leagues.  He is also an avid RVer (his family camps once a month!). Jeremy works out 4-5 times per week and enjoys singing with the worship team at Frisco First Baptist, where his family attends. He also collects Star Wars and Hot Wheels items and recently entered the no-turning-back holiday light show hobby.