CHANDLER, Ariz. – The Chandler City Council voted unanimously during its Jan. 13 meeting to elect Councilmember Terry Roe as the City’s new Vice Mayor. Roe will serve in the position through Jan. 12, 2023.
“For more than 27 years I’ve been a public servant – first as a police officer and now as an elected official – it’s been of one of the greatest honors of my life to give back,” said Vice Mayor Roe. “I thank my colleagues for selecting me to serve in this capacity during my final year in office.”
Vice Mayor Roe began his first term on the City Council in January 2015. He became a resident of the Southeast Valley in 1965, before moving his family to Chandler in 1988. He enjoyed a 20-year career with the Mesa Police Department, serving as a police sergeant working in the DARE unit, the robbery detail, and the Center Against Family Violence and the auto theft and burglary units.
Vice Mayor Roe attended Mesa Community College and studied business administration and management at the University of Phoenix. He also has an extended history of volunteer and leadership service in the community.
He currently serves as a member of the: Chandler Kiwanis Club Board; Salvation Army Chandler Corps Advisory Board; Phoenix Silent Witness Program Board; Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG) Economic Development Committee; Chandler City Council Public Safety Subcommittee; and Airport, Development Services, Public Works and Utilities and Transportation Policy Subcommittee.
Vice Mayor Roe was re-elected in 2018 for his second term on the Chandler City Council, which is set to expire in January 2023.
City of Chandler, Public Information Officer