Lamont Westmoreland

Alderman Lamont Westmoreland

Milwaukee 5 District

A lifelong Milwaukee resident, Alderman Lamont Westmoreland was elected to the Milwaukee Common Council in a special election on April 4, 2023, beginning his journey in public office. He was re-elected for a full term on April 2, 2024. In addition to representing the 5th District, Alderman Westmoreland holds the positions of Vice Chair of both the Public Works Committee and the Licenses Committee. He is also a member of the Public Safety and Health Committee as well as a Commissioner on the Redevelopment Authority of the City of Milwaukee.

Prior to public service, Alderman Westmoreland worked with Hunger Task Force to combat food insecurity in Milwaukee. He also worked at Byline Bank, a top leading SBA lender, where he helped small businesses secure funding for acquisitions, expansions, new constructions, and franchise startups, with loans ranging from $100,000 to $5 million. As a former small business owner himself, he founded and managed a professional coating business in the greater Milwaukee area.

Alderman Westmoreland is a proud graduate of Wauwatosa East High School and studied Business Management at ITT Technical Institute in Greenfield.

In addition to his professional and public service achievements, Alderman Westmoreland is a devoted family man, residing in the Nash Park neighborhood with his wife, Samantha, and their two children, Julian and Farrah. An enthusiastic basketball fan, he has proclaimed himself as the biggest Milwaukee Bucks fan in the world! He also is a W.I.A.A. Master Level basketball official, entering his 15th season.

Inspired by his vision and passion for public service, Lamont Westmoreland remains committed to his community, both in his role as Alderman of the 5th District and in his personal life.