Mayor Mike Lamb

Born is Savannah, Nov. 10, 1949, Michael Lamb moved to West Chatham at age 8, and has lived in Pooler since 1977. Lamb became interested in Pooler politics in 2000 and was elected to a council position in 2003. He was re-elected as mayor in 2005.

Prior to politics, he joined the Navy during the Vietnam era. He married Diane Scott, from Pooler, in 1971. The couple has two children: Scott, and Wendi. Lamb is a Deacon and member of Rothwell Baptist Church. He is also a Charter Member of West Chatham American Legion Post 322 and a Charter Member of the Pooler Lions Club. 
From the Mayor's Desk

Hello friends and neighbors…

It is an honor to be the Mayor of Pooler, Georgia. We are one of the fastest growing cities in Georgia. In the 2010 census we nearly tripled our population and many new businesses have located in our city. We have long been known as the targeted area for growth but with I 95, I 16, US 80 and Pooler Parkway going through the center of our city I believe we are the bull’s eye for growth.

The 1000 plus businesses we have vary in size from Mom and Pop to world wide known organizations. We strive to be the city that has it all.

The city of Pooler is blessed to have a great city staff, caring citizens and we are known to be one of the safest place to live. Our city has seen a lot of growth since 1907 but I believe we have many more exciting days ahead of us.  

Feel free to contact me at (912) 748-7261 or

Mayor Mike Lamb