About Mayor Doyle
Denny Doyle was elected Beaverton’s Mayor in 2009. Prior to becoming Mayor, he spent 14 years serving on the City Council. Prior to joining the City Council, he was elected to serve on the Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District Board of Directors.
Mayor Doyle believes in working collaboratively to get the job done and knows you cannot build a better city without the help of residents, businesses and regional partners. Under Mayor Doyle’s leadership, the city implemented the Beaverton Community Vision which is the driving force behind the city’s priorities and budget.
Mayor Doyle has been a strong supporter of public safety initiatives, downtown redevelopment, community building events, expanded support for social service partnerships, and strengthened Beaverton’s connection to the arts.
Mayor Doyle currently serves on a variety of local and regional boards and committees. The Mayor is President of the League of Oregon Cities, serves on the board of the National League of Cities and serves as Vice Chair of the Advanced Manufacturing Task Force for the U.S. Conference of Mayors.
Mayor Doyle and his wife, Ann, have lived in Beaverton for 30+ years. He has two children and four grandchildren. He graduated from Illinois State University with a B.A. in Political Science, minor in physical education and is certified to teach K-12.