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 seven 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.
- 2022 Swearing In Facebook Live Video| Facebook Photos
- Mayor's Annual Benefit Golf Tournament and Youth Recreation Grant Program
- Mayor’s Community and Youth Recognition Awards
- Mayor’s Monthly Message – Ninety North Main Newsletter
- Monday with the Mayor
- National Security Seminar, U.S. Army War College 2019
- State of the City Address 2021 (00:08:53)
The Tooele City Mayor has an open door policy and citizens are always welcome to stop by City Hall; however, we encourage citizens to contact the Mayor’s Office at 435.843.2104 to schedule an appointment to ensure that the Mayor is available and has sufficient time to spend with them.
- Mayor Winn is happy to perform marriages (by appointment only). For an appointment, please call her office at 435.843.2104.
- Mayor Winn will perform marriages during and after business hours, and on the weekends if she is available.
- There is no charge for this service, but if the Mayor has to travel more than 20 miles there is a mileage reimbursement fee of the current IRS business mileage reimbursement rate.
- You MUST have your Marriage License with you before the ceremony may be performed. You can get a Marriage License through the Tooele County Clerk’s Office.
- By Utah State Law there must be two witnesses over the age of 18 present at the wedding ceremony.
During the past few years, I have been meeting with those who participate at the Tooele Senior Center on the first Monday of each month for a discussion called “Monday with the Mayor”. The participants have been informed about how the City operates and what is going on city-wide. The meetings have been so successful that I have decided to organize a “Monday with the Mayor” event at City Hall on a monthly basis.
I invite you to join me at 7:00 p.m. on the first Monday of each month, here at City Hall or on our YouTube Channel to listen to a short presentation on a specific subject and then I will ask for questions from the residents about that topic. You can submit questions in advance until 4:00 p.m. on the day of the meeting to email@example.com I will be joined by a few members of the City Council as well as staff and employees who can help answer questions. We hope that citizens will find this helpful in getting the true information rather than fake news from other sources.
~Mayor Debbie Winn
Schedule for Monday with the Mayor Meetings
Monday with the Mayor meetings are generally held the FIRST MONDAY OF EACH MONTH at 7:00 p.m. at Tooele City Hall or on The Tooele City YouTube Channel (Search “Tooele City Channel” on YouTube).
You are welcome to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org by 4:00 p.m. the day of the event to have your question(s) addressed in the meeting, or join us live where we will take questions from those in attendance, or we will take questions that are posted in the comments section on YouTube.
|Date||Topic||Link to PowerPoint Presentation||Link to Video||Messages from Residents|
|April 4, 2022||Graffiti and Speeding||Presentation (pptx) (.pdf)||Video||04-05-2022 (.pdf)|
|May 2, 2022||Water Conservation||Presentation (pptx) (.pdf)||Video|
|June 6, 2022||Questions and Concerns||Presentation (pptx) (.pdf)||Video|
|October 17, 2022 (3rd Monday)||Parks, Arts and Recreation (PAR) Tax||Video|
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.”