Dominick Impastato for Councilman ​

  • Dominick and his wife, Shannon, reside in Kenner with their three children, Dominick IV, Mia, and Joseph

  • Graduate of Rummel High School, where he was named Salutatorian and Student Council President, earning the school’s highest honor 

  • Graduate of LSU, where he earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Finance, was a leader in student government, and President of Acacia Fraternity

  • Graduate of Loyola Law School, where he finished 2nd in his class and ranked 1st in Civil Law Division with Summa Cum Laude honors

  • Wrote for the Law Review and competed on the National Moot Court Team, for which he was named the Top Oral Advocate and Best Brief Writer in the Southeast United States

About Dominick

As Councilman, Dominick has:

  • Guaranteed that government continuity was protected for the success of the city;

  • Paved the way for a multi-million dollar state-of-the-art mental health rehab facility on Loyola;

  • Ensured that government continuity was not impacted by selfish political gain;

  • Negotiated for a new multi-million dollar banking facility on Loyola;

  • Secured $1.4 million for improvements to Kenner City Park, including better lighting, more rental facilities and walking path;

  • Guided the largest improvement project to Woodlake Playground in 10+ years, a $400,000 project to convert Woodlake Playground to a tournament-style facility with concession stand and bathrooms;

  • Secured $400,000 for Wentwood Playground’s skate park, the first in Jefferson Parish;

  • Authored legislation to hold absentee landlords accountable to maintain their property;

  • Authored legislation to hold landlords accountable for code violations committed by irresponsible tenants;

  • Developed the city’s first-ever travel baseball and softball facility;

  • Managed over $10 million of drainage improvements to protect University City from flooding;

  • Held the Corps of Engineers accountable to protect homes inadvertently impacted by runoff from levee construction;

  • Authorized and funded engineering design of drainage substation to relieve flooding in Woodlake and Seton Parc, as well as along Sal Lentini & Loyola Drives; and

  • Guided the Kenner City Council as its President, often attaining complete agreement between the members.

JEFFERSON PARISH DISTRICT 4