Meet the Mayor

Mayor Nan Whaley is proud to have chosen Dayton as her home. Originally from Indiana, Nan attended the University of Dayton and has lived in Dayton ever since. She has resided in the Five Oaks neighborhood since 2001 where she lives with her husband, Sam. Nan Whaley was elected Mayor by Dayton voters in November of 2013, following two City Commission terms. (Current Term: 2014-2018)

Mayor Whaley is passionate about moving Dayton forward in the realms of public service, including excellent customer service, educational opportunities and workforce development--especially in manufacturing industries.

Find resources and connect with her by exploring the opportunities in the menu to the left.
  1. City Offices Closed in Observance of MLK Holiday

    City of Dayton offices will be closed on Monday, January 16 - Change in Normal Waste Collection Service Read More
  2. Traffic Advisory: Construction Impacts Jefferson Street Traffic

    Construction of a water line will affect traffic on South Jefferson Street in downtown Dayton for up to 30 days. Read More
  3. Dayton and Region Awarded Homeless Care & Housing Funds by HUD

    The Dayton-Kettering-Montgomery County Continuum of Care (CoC) will receive grant awards totaling $8,907,293 from the U.S. Housing and Urban Development Department (HUD) as part of the 2016 Continuum of Care Competition. Read More
  4. Dayton Reacts to Southwest Announcement

    City of Dayton leadership was informed by Southwest Airlines that despite its success in the Dayton market with passenger load factors in the high seventy and low eighty percent range, the airline has decided to leave the market in June 2017. Read More
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