Tooele City Mayor
90 North Main Street
Tooele, UT 84074
Business Hours: Monday – Friday
8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Mayor Debbie Winn is a lifelong resident of Tooele City. She is grateful for the opportunity to continue her service to the citizens as the first woman mayor of Tooele City (2018-present).
She is married to Tyler Winn who was also born and raised here. They are the parents of five children, all of whom are married. They are also the proud grandparents of 19 grandchildren.
Debbie served as the Executive Director of the Tooele County Chamber of Commerce for 7 years. She worked for the Tooele County Senior Center as the lead worker for four years. She has served on the Tooele City Council for 5 years (2013-2017) and served as Council Chair in 2017. Debbie feels that it is important to serve in the community and she has made it a priority to serve where possible. She has made a commitment to the residents to always be accessible and to listen to their ideas and concerns.
In 2012, Tooele City was named the 10th friendliest town in America by Forbes online: //www.forbes.com/pictures/mhj45mdme/10-tooele-ut/.
2005 – 2017 Patrick H. Dunlavy
Mayor Patrick Dunlavy is a graduate of Tooele High School. He attended Utah State University on a Boys State Scholarship. He studied Business Administration with a minor in History. Mayor Dunlavy began his service with Tooele City in 1967 as a police officer, leaving the department after 11 years as the Lieutenant in charge of the Investigation Division. After serving as the City Parks and Recreation Director for 2 years, Patrick was appointed the Tooele City Recorder. He served in that capacity for 23 years. Patrick was elected Mayor in November of 2005 and began serving immediately after the election. He was reelected to 2 more terms. After serving 3 terms as Mayor, Patrick retired after 50 years of service with Tooele City, 12 of those years as Mayor. Patrick loved being the Mayor of Tooele, which he coined “The Greatest City in Utah.”