Danny lives in Mont Belvieu with his wife, Megan (from Mont Belvieu), an educator, and their two young boys, Parker and Bennett. He is a member of Second Baytown Baptist Church, frequently volunteers for local sports organizations, is currently serving as a member of the Barbers Hill Youth Soccer Club Board of Directors, little league baseball coach, and little league basketball coach. He has twice served on the Barbers Hill Parent Advisory Committee as co-chair as well.
He has a well-rounded career over the last decade within residential real estate development. Campbell serves on the company’s Houston division Culture Committee and Built to Honor Committee. He is a City Councilman on Mont Belvieu City Council, and has been instrumental in continuing the progress in west Chambers County. He is a member of the Chambers County Republican Party, Chambers County Republican Women, and Chambers County Veterans Association. Campbell has a love of health and wellness, and spends his weekday mornings running a free outdoor fitness class he organized in an effort to build a sense of community and fitness in the area.
Campbell is a military veteran, having served the United States Army as an Infantry Officer from 2007-2012. He deployed to Iraq in 2010-2011, and was awarded the Bronze Star for his bravery. “I know what service and dedication look like,” said Campbell, a life-long patriot “I fought for my country for five years and served my local community in an elected position for three. I am ready to continue to serve my local community.”
On The Issues
On his Republican bonafides, Campbell stated, “I am pro-life, pro-gun, and pro-individual liberty. I’m a fiscally responsible, limited government, low tax, conservative Republican to my core. And this city needs a representative to stand for these conservative values.”
Proactively Planned for Residential Growth
Growth is coming to our area, so getting out in front of the growth to ensure our community and city maintains the highest standards was important to me. The Master Planned Community allows the city to plan for the growth in a much more controlled fashion than haphazard neighborhoods popping up.
Mont Belvieu Downtown
With the approval of the Master Planned Community, we now have a downtown city center that will be developed over the next couple of years. This is something a large majority of our citizens wanted to see, and we are making that happen NOW.
One of the biggest hurdles facing local government is communication with the local populace. With so many projects being completed throughout the city, it can be difficult to ensure that residents have an understanding of what’s taking place. That is why it was so important for the city to improve in this aspect. We now have an entire website created to keep all residents updated on all projects being undertaken. It truly is a “one stop shop”.
Golf Course Improvement
Eagle Point Golf Course is a regional hit. From hosting Senior PGA Tour events to the local high schools, we have a gem of a course, but it was designed and built over two decades ago. We have a plan in place to create an improved golf course with a lighted Par 3 component, longer driving range, improved holes, and improved drainage to take us well into the next 30 years.
Within my first six months on City Council I learned that we had various water lines containing asbestos which have the potential to create issues in the future. It became paramount that we do everything we could as a city to remove these lines and replace with lines that are safer for our residents.
Additionally, we have stayed in front of the growing population by adding roads and expanding current roadways.