Christine M. Erickson (AL)
Christine began her career in public service by representing District 11 in the South Dakota House of Representatives. After serving a term in the House, she was elected as an at-large member of the Sioux Falls City Council in 2014.
A graduate from National American University and University of Sioux Falls, Christine is a small business owner and stay-at-home mom. She and her husband, Tony, are the proud parents of three boys: Anthony, Braylon and Charlie.
Christine and Tony are members at Central Baptist Church, where they are actively involved in a small group and various volunteer positions. Christine has served at Central as the leader of a large, local MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) group, which serves approximately 100 mothers within the city. She also volunteers weekly in her son’s classroom, in addition to helping coach his soccer team.
Committees Served On
Public Services (Chair)
SD Municipal League Board of Directors
Inside Town Hall - April 2017
Featuring councilors Rex Rolfing, Christine Erickson, Pat Starr and Theresa Stehly
Inside Town Hall - February 2017
Description: Councilor Christine Erickson and her guest Minnehaha County Commissioner Cindy Heiberger discuss the Public Safety Assessment (PSA). An objective resource that judges can use when making decisions about who should be jailed before trial and who can be safely released.
Councilor Erickson also looks at other topics including the summer youth bus pass called Freedom Pass, National Citizen Survey, the Bishop Dudley House, and the role of the City Council.
Inside Town Hall – January 2017
Inside Town Hall roundtable featuring councilors Christine Erickson, Pat Starr, Michelle Erpenbach, and Marshall Selberg. Topics include the South Dakota Legislative Session and the National Citizen Survey.