Mayor Gregory S. Peterson

Dublin, Ohio

Population: 44,214

Greg Peterson was elected mayor by his peers on Council on Jan. 12, 2016. He was first elected to Dublin City Council in November 1997 and served until December 2001. Peterson was re-elected to Council in November 2013, and is currently serving his second four-year term. He also has served his community as a trial judge for the Franklin County Court of Common Pleas and as an assistant prosecuting attorney in the Franklin County Prosecutor’s office.

Peterson is a partner in the law firm of Peterson Conners Fergus & Peer, LLP, where he also serves as a hearing officer for the Ohio Secretary of State and prosecutor for Hilliard Mayor’s Court. In addition, he has been appointed to serve as a special prosecutor throughout the State of Ohio, and is a former magistrate for the City of Dublin.

Peterson was a member of the Dublin Convention & Visitors Bureau Board of Directors from 2009 to 2013. He is a graduate of Case Western Reserve University School of Law and The Ohio State University. He has been a speaker for the Ohio Attorney General’s Conference on Law Enforcement and is a guest lecturer on complex criminal prosecution at Columbus State Community College.

He and his wife Sonni have two children Tatum and Zachary, and reside in Coventry Woods.