Mayor and Council


Oro Valley’s Mayor and Council are committed to providing high-quality municipal services and responsible development. Through the Town Manager, the Mayor and Council provide policy direction by adopting rules, regulations and procedures to meet community needs. The Mayor and Council remain accountable and accessible to the residents through their commitment to full, honest and timely communication. This page serves as a collection of resources including backgrounds on elected officials, links to important meetings and agendas, and an archive of previous State of the Town Addresses to keep Oro Valley residents informed and engaged with town initiatives.

For general inquiries please utilize our 'Ask OV' service by using the button below.

Ask OV

The councilmembers can be reached as a group by utilizing the email address

Town of Oro Valley Elected Officials can be contacted utilizing the individual emails below:

Mayor Winfield

Vice Mayor Barrett

Councilmember Bohen

Councilmember Greene

Councilmember Jones-Ivey

Councilmember Nicolson

Councilmember Solomon


Town Council Members
Meetings and Agendas

Town Council Strategic Leadership Plan
General Plan(PDF, 6MB)

Request a Visit from a Town Councilmember

Town Council was pleased to visit the following groups so far this year:

  • Copper Creek HOA
  • Greater Oro Valley Chamber of Commerce
  • Ironwood Ridge High School PTO
  • Kiwanis Club
  • Optimist Club
  • Oro Valley Business Club
  • Painted Sky Elementary PTO
  • Rotary Club
  • Saddlebrooke HOA External Affairs & Information Commission
  • Sun City Oro Valley Community Association Board & Government Affairs Forum

The Town of Oro Valley employs the council-manager form of government. It combines the strong political leadership of elected officials with the strong managerial experience of an appointed professional local government manager. This model is used widely throughout the United States and by almost every local government in the state of Arizona.

In council-manager communities such as the Town of Oro Valley, the Mayor leads Town Council meetings, is a spokesperson for the community, facilitates communication among elected and appointed officials, assists the Town Council in setting goals and advocating policy positions, and serves as a promoter of the community.

The Town Manager is appointed to serve the Town Council and the community and to provide the benefits of training and experience in administering local government projects and programs. The Town Manager's responsibilities include: preparing a balanced budget for Town Council consideration, carrying out policies adopted by the Town Council, serving as the chief advisor to the Town Council, and recruiting, hiring and supervising Town staff.

Click here for an archive of previous State of the Town Addresses.