Tim Grayson has been a Concord resident since 2001 and was elected to serve on the Concord City Council in 2010, and re-elected in 2014. He served as Vice Mayor in 2013, Chair and Vice‐Chair of the Local Reuse Authority, and Redevelopment Chair and Vice‐Chair.
Grayson has been a general contractor since 1999, currently serves as the Concord Police Critical Response Chaplain, and leads a church congregation. He serves or has served on the following: Association of Bay Area Governments (city delegate), Citizen Core Emergency Response Team, League of Cities Community Services Committee (State), League of Cities Annual Conference Committee, U.S. Conference of Mayors Criminal and Social Justice Committee, U.S. Conference of Mayors Tourism, Arts, Parks, Entertainment, & Sports Committee, and member of the Concord Chamber of Commerce.
Grayson holds a B.A degree from Christian Life College in Stockton. He has received the Presidential Volunteer Service Award for the past six years, and successfully completed Levels I and II of the League of Cities Leadership Program. He and his wife Tammy have been married for 27 years and have two children, Joseph and Cassie.