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"Be seen serving, don't serve to be seen."

for Memphis City Council Super District 8

"PRICE is RIGHT" for Memphis!

City Council Campaign Kick-Off 2023!

"At our kickoff on the rooftop of Hu Hotel on October 13th, 2022, people from all over District 8 and the city came out to support and celebrate the launch of our campaign. Thank you Michael O. Harris for welcoming everyone with your speech from the heart and being such a good friend for 10+ years. Furthermore, a very special thank you to the LEGENDARY James Alexander of the BarKays for coming and speaking such kind words. I am honored to have the support of the legendary BarKays and I'm so happy to call you a friend. 

I want to give a HUGE thank you to the elected officials that were there to start our journey to Memphis City Council and I am honored and humbled to have their support:

 State Senator Sara Kyle

County Commissioner Van Turner

County Commissioner Britney Thornton

Former Commissioner / Probate Court Clerk Eddie Jones

Criminal Court Clerk Heidi Kuhn

Councilman JB Smiley Jr.

Councilman Ed Ford Sr.

Councilwoman Michalyn Easter-Thomas

And for those who were not able to make the event but have said we have your support, I thank you so much as well. 

Let's get to work, Memphis! Remember "PRICE is RIGHT" for Memphis City Council Super District 8! Election is October 2023 and I cant wait to be on this journey with you all."


Serving you as Commissioner for the City of Memphis' City Beautiful

In 2018, Mayor Jim Strickland appointed Jerred Price to serve the residents of Memphis.

as Commissioner for the City of Memphis' City Beautiful Commission.  

Through MCB's work and that of their 26,885 volunteers, in 2019 they delivered over $2,389,848 in total benefits to communities across Memphis.

Jerred has a strong passion for a more clean, beautiful Memphis. He encourages people to reach out to him to help communities plan city clean ups and beautification projects!

Serving you on GWERC's Community Council

The is a group of active community leaders and organizations gathered to support the revitalization of the Greater Whitehaven Community. The mission of the WCAC is to represent and promote diverse perspectives related to the planning, implementation, and evaluation of activities and events across the greater Whitehaven community. Utilizing a collective impact model, the coalition will be able to carry out action plan goals and objectives by participating in Working Groups. These working groups will work towards gaining stakeholder feedback, identify and resolve local concerns, and build community support during the process.

Serving you on Downtown Neighborhood Assocation's Board of Directors

The Downtown Neighborhood Association is a non-profit, community organization that promotes the quality of life of Downtown Memphis, as well as safeguards it's unique ambiance.

DNA has been there to help shape downtown into the livable, enjoyable neighborhood that it is today. Without those early visionaries and those that came after, who believed and fought for this neighborhood, we might not be here today. Without them, it certainly would be a very different place.

DNA is the largest and oldest association in downtown with over 400+ members. 

Serving you on MLGW's Community Council

The overall guiding principle of the Council is that it is an advisory body which is representative of the community. The ultimate responsibility for the administration and management, operation and the long-range planning of the Division rests with the executive staff of Memphis Light, Gas and Water.

The ultimate responsibility for establishing policy for MLGW rests with the MLGW Board of Commissioners. The Advisory Council is intended to provide additional community resource and perspective.

Serving you on Downtown Memphis Commission's TMA Committee 

Our TMA supports growth, community health, and economic vitality in Downtown Memphis and the Memphis Medical District.

We do so by coordinating transportation demand management (TDM) efforts on behalf of employers, employees, residents, students, patients, and visitors and by providing equitable mobility options that connect people to jobs, housing, health care, education, entertainment, and other opportunities.

We are here to serve you.

Spearheading Street Renaming for James E. Alexander of Barkays

In April of 2022, Jerred partnered with Councilman JB Smiley Jr. and Renisha Mayes to honor James E. Alexander of the BarKays.  The group helped bring an honorary street renaming to Jame's childhood street in Soulsville.  Stafford Ave is now "James E. Alexander Ave" to honor this music icon and Memphis native.  As a musician himself, Jerred was honored to be asked by Mayes to help bring this idea to reality.  Jerred was also honored to serve as emcee for the street renaming ceremony that had guest including Congressman Steve Cohen, Memphis Tourism's Kevin Cane, Alexander's family, and more! There were over 150+ people in attendance for the event.  Jerred strong believes we should do more honoring Memphis icons and change makers.

Jerred Honored by Shelby County Commission for Leadership

In February 2022, Jerred's two year term as Downtown Neighborhood Association President came to an end and he passed the torch to his Vice President, Elijah Townsend.  The board and Shelby County Commission wanted to honor Jerred for his very successful term and his leadership within the community.  A proclamation was created and presented to Jerred at the February 2022 Membership meeting.  Under Jerred's leadership, the organization grew from 67 members to over 500 and saw the creation of their first app, Fight The Blight initiative, started the free Spring Movie Series, and MUCH more!  

See the Facebook post about the presentation of this proclamation by clicking HERE.

Helping Organize Community to Stop Massive Parking Garage

In 2021, Jerred, as Downtown Neighborhood Assoc. President, was approached by Uptown leaders and residents asking for help to stop a massive, 7-story parking garage from being built in their single family home, quaint community.  The garage, proposed by St. Jude, would have been built at 4th Street & AW Willis.  United with the community, Jerred took the message and plea to the DNA board of directors who unanimously voted to stand with the community.  Jerred, arm in arm with the community, helped advocate for the community and their plea for asking St. Jude to build the garage at their original location which was not in the uptown community.  Together, they went before the Board of adjustments and convinced them the project was harmful to the community; the board voted it down.

#Keeping901Informed Radio Show Host - KWAM Memphis

In November 2021, after 7 years of posting about Memphis news, developments, and happenings using #Keeping901Informed on social media, Jerred was contracted to take his informative platform to the airways at KWAM Memphis 107.9!  His show, featured Saturdays at 11am, helps keep Memphians "in the know" about their city and the things happening around them.  Special guest speakers are invited often and they take calls/questions from the audience. See the most recent episode via FB live by clicking HERE.

Leading the Community Effort to Save the Amphitheater

In 2020, Jerred, while serving as President of Downtown Neighborhood Association, helped form a committee to bring the beloved amphitheater to the forefront of people's minds and heart.  Through his work, he lifted the voice of many to say "it's time to invest in this landmark; Memphis is music, and music is Memphis".  The voice was lifted and heard at City Hall where less than a year later, Mayor Strickland allocated $4mil towards it's renovation.

Founder / Creator of State's First Rainbow Crosswalk

In November 2019, Jerred led the efforts to make state history by installing the state's first rainbow crosswalk paid for and installed by volunteers and private donations.  The crosswalk was installed in the Cooper-Young community, which has the highest concentration of same-sex identifying households in the southeast United States.

(Photo: Jerred stands at the state's first rainbow crosswalk at Cooper & Young Ave)

Leading Community Clean Ups

Appointed by Mayor Jim Strickland, Jerred serves as Commissioner for the City of Memphis' City Beautiful Commission.  A cleaner, more beautiful Memphis is a strong passion for Jerred.  Jerred has led several community beautification projects and clean ups since being appointed in 2019. One of the most memorable for him was the former "What-A-Burger" clean up in Frayser.

(Photo: Jerred stands with dirty hands and face at the Frayser clean up he helped lead at the former What-a-burger site)

Leading By Example & With Dedication

Jerred was elected President of the Downtown Neighborhood Association in February 2020.  When elected, the organization had only 67 members and monthly meetings were down to 25-30 people per event.  Through his leadership and with the help of the dedicated new board members he appointed and the membership elected, the organization has grown to its largest membership EVER with over 500+ members & membership meetings exceeding 150+ people with guest speakers that range from Congressman Steve Cohen to Mayor Jim Strickland. The organization also helps keep downtown clean with it's first ever initiative: DNA's "Fight the Blight" initiative.  Read more about DNA by clicking HERE and more about "Fight the Blight" by clicking HERE.

Memphis is About Music, So is Jerred! 

​​Civic work isn't the only passion of Jerred's.  He also loves Music!  In 2014, he started playing for crowds on World Famous Beale Street at Hard Rock Cafe and as the crowds grew, so did his venue.  In 2018, his residency show "Almost Elton John" started at historic Lafayette's and sells out nearly every month! In 2021, Jerred took his show to Live At the Garden where he and his band, "The Rocketmen" sold nearly 1,200+ tickets!  "Music runs through Memphis' blood and through mine.  Music brings people together, and I hope with our music, we can do the same" says Price.  See more at his music page,

(Photo: Jerred takes selfie with his hero & friend, Sir Elton John)


Fighting blighted properties, volunteering at local community clean-ups, working with community partners, leading community projects, and helping non-profits are just some of the ways "I try to Be the change I wish to see!"



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