The Buckeye City Council and Mayor are committed to serving the people of Buckeye. The Mayor is elected at large for four-year terms, and the Council is elected by district for staggered four-year terms. The next municipal election will be conducted Fall of 2016.
Jackie Meck was re-elected in 2012 to a second four-year term. A Buckeye native, Mayor Meck has served previously as town mayor from 1973 to 1975 and as a member of the town council from 1968 to 1975 and from 2002 to 2006.
Tony Youngker was elected to represent District 1 on the Buckeye City Council in the November 2016 General Election. He is a Buckeye native and graduated from Buckeye Union High School. In 1998, he graduated with high distinction from the Scottsdale Culinary Institute with a degree in Culinary Arts and Sciences and Restaurant Management.
Jeanine started her career working for the City of Buckeye in 1992. During that time period, Jeanine held the positions of Library Director, Director of Parks, Recreation and Library Services, Community Services Director, Assistant Town Manager and Town Manager. She retired from the City of Buckeye in 2010.
The Buckeye City Council appointed G. Patrick HagEstad to fill the unexpired term of Ray Strauss which runs through December 2018. Mr. HagEstad will represent District 4 which roughly encompasses Buckeye north of Interstate 10, west of the White Tank Mountains along both sides of Sun Valley Parkway, and includes the communities of Festival Foothills, Sun City Festival, Tartesso, Watson Estates and a southwest portion of Sundance.
Craig Heustis was re-elected to an additional four-year term on the Buckeye City Council representing District 5. Councilmember Heustis serves as the Council's liaison on the Planning & Zoning Commission, the Public Safety Fire Retirement Board...