Marshall is the owner of Brad Marshall Homes. He serves on the city's transportation committee and is a six-year member of the city's Finance and Budget Committee.
“As we move forward, my vision for the city is that Pflugerville is a perfectly balanced and safe place to live, work and play—a place where residents can have civic pride in honoring our past while we shape our future,” Marshall said in a statement. “Therefore, as mayor, I will focus on the strategic management and planning related to rapid city growth; transportation and traffic mobility; and police, fire and first-responder programs.”
Former Council Member Victor Gonzales has previously announced he will run as well.
Update 5:08 p.m.
Marshall will need to resign to run for mayor, said Terri Toledo, Pflugerville Public Information Officer. The City Council is expected to order a special election to fill Marshall's unexpired term at an upcoming council meeting.
The election for Pflugerville Mayor will be held in November.