Mayor David A. Condon grew up in Spokane. After graduating from Gonzaga Prep, he went on to earn his bachelor’s degree in Finance and Military Science from Boston College. The first re-elected Mayor in Spokane in more than 40 years, Mayor Condon remains focused on many key initiatives which began during his first term – all aimed at making Spokane safer, smarter, and healthier. These include making major investments in public safety, improving streets, growing jobs and our economy, crafting an affordable budget, leading in developing innovative infrastructure, and increasing the quality of life.

Prior to becoming mayor, he served in the US Army, owned and operated small businesses, and servied as the Senior Staff in the US House of Representatives. He was selected as an Aspen Institute Roedel Fellow with a small group of colleagues around the country for values-based leadership and exchange of ideas.

Mayor Condon and his wife, Kristin, are thrilled to be raising their three children near many of their family members in Spokane – which was recently named an All-America City for the third time.