Anna
Prizzia

For Alachua County Commission, District 3

Put Anna on the Ballot

Help get Anna on the ballot by printing and signing the petition. Please mail completed petitions to:
P.O. Box 357536 Gainesville, FL 32635 

Our Priorities

Environmental Protection

Social Justice and Equity

Local Economy

 

Meet Anna

I am proud to be taking this next step on my path. My experience in program development and administration has given me the skills of managing budgets, handling human resources, facilitating collaborations and conflict resolution, and learning how to be an effective changemaker in large institutional bureaucracy. These talents, combined with my passion and dedication to this community have made qualified as a member of the Alachua County Commission and I am excited about the continued opportunity to serve my community.

I have worked with Anna Prizzia for over 10 years on different projects. She has always been able to bring solutions to issues by linking people together and facilitating community involvement. Anna has always been concerned that everyone’s voice is at the table, not just those who speak the loudest. She has been an asset to our community, and I believe she would serve our county well on the commission.
Jordan Brown

Family Garden

It is time for us to develop a culture of electing leaders who are already tied to the issues that face our communities, doing the advocacy needed to address those issues, and who are already working for solutions!! Anna is just this sort of leader!
Carla Miles

Habitat for Humanity

Anna is an excellent community networker, collaborator, and leader. She is able to communicate thoughtfully and effectively with diverse individuals, organizations, and institutions to help facilitate change. She sees connections and possibilities where others see challenges and works thoughtfully toward solutions.
Melissa DeSa

Working Food

Working Foods’ service has been a huge part of our authentic Thai food truck’s success. We are extremely grateful for Anna Prizzia’s guidance for this wonderful local resource. She knows how to provide helpful services for local entrepreneurs such as ourselves. Thank you, Anna. Eim Thai Food Truck, LLC is glad you helped.

Eim Thai Food Truck

anna with plants

Volunteer

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Another win today for our community! A collaboration that I joined led by our amazing Alachua County Property Appraiser two years ago to address Heirs’ Property across our county is about to expand. Now, in addition to the summits and workshops that are being hosted to provide education and resources, the County will partner with the Property Appraiser and UF Levin College of Law to establish an Heirs and Estate Planning Clinic that can take on real cases and help solve these issues for families! We have over 3,000 landowners that could potentially benefit from this work and help keep land and wealth with families. ... See MoreSee Less
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I am so excited for this project to start! It has been needed for so long, and it is part of a much bigger plan to tackle Roads! Roads are one of the topics people want to talk about most and it has been one of the more difficult parts of my job as a commissioner. When I came in to office we had such a backlog of road maintenance and no plan on how to address it. I constantly got (and still do) calls and emails about the poor condition of roadways. It was one of the worst things to have to listen to people share their issue and not be able to give them any answers. Now, thanks to the voters passing Wild Spaces Public Places as a 1mil sales tax and our commission agreeing to triple the amount of general fund dollars going to roads over the past two years, we now have a plan. It’s not perfect and it’s not every road that has issues, but it was done using a very well-developed set of criteria, not politics. Our Public Works Department, with the help of a consultant, drove and rated every mile of road in the county. This info and other data, such as traffic and equity factors, were included in a computer model that helped us prioritize the immense amount of projects we need to do. Over the next 8.5 years we will spend approximately 25 Million a year on resurfacing and roadway repairs! You can see the full list of repairs to be completed on our Alachua County website. The great news is we also have a plan to taking better care of the roads we are doing so we don’t leave future commissions in this pickle again. ... See MoreSee Less
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It’s offical - I am a candidate for re-election. Thank you to everyone who helped collect signatures! ... See MoreSee Less
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What an amazing night! An extra big thank you to Dorn's Liquors and Mitchell’s Specialty Meats and Bakery for the awesome food, drinks, and hospitality. It was so moving to have my previous opponent, Joy Walton Glanzer, introduce and endorse me. When we work together we can find common ground and build a stronger community. I also loved having so many community leaders and organizers there to cheer me on. Thank you all for coming and for the amazing support for my campaign! ... See MoreSee Less
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