Mayor - Ward 2 Representative
“We build trust by listening to each other, encouraging and inviting diverse ideas, and actively engaging our public in the programs and efforts that build our future and fellowship with each other as a community. It is incumbent upon us to provide high quality and responsive public service, thoughtful economic development, active community engagement, and continued responsible fiscal management. By working together, we can imagine the future and continue to create a thriving community that nurtures and cares for all who live here.” - Jane Fox
For more than three decades, Mayor Jane Fox has pursued her interests in the support of individual and community wellness. A graduate of Mount Carmel School of Nursing, her background in nursing and interest in fostering relationships motivated an involvement in civic service, small business networking and volunteerism. After working as an emergency room nurse, Fox served more than 20 years on Ohio hospital development boards and auxiliary committees, including Diamond Society of Memorial Hospital of Union County and Mount Carmel Hospital, where she raised substantial funds to benefit community wellness, women’s health and hospice programs. She is the founding executive director of the Clintonville Chamber of Commerce, where she coordinated and promoted the Clintonville Sesquicentennial street celebration that attracted more than 25,000 visitors. In that role, she was responsible for creating an economic development commission, which brought city leaders together to develop an urban overlay protecting Clintonville’s architectural integrity and forged the early framework for High Street improvements and matching grants. She was selected by her Council peers to serve as mayor in January 2022. Prior to being elected to Dublin City Council, Fox served 2 ½ years on the Architectural Review Board, which included serving in the role of vice chair. As a Council Member, she served on the Dublin Planning & Zoning Commission, chaired Council’s Public Services Committee and was the Council representative to the Dublin Bridges Steering Committee. She and her husband, Dr. Thomas Fox, live in Historic Dublin, and have three grown children, Thomas (Becky) Fox, Lori (John) Begley and Dr. Anthony (Dr. Lynn) Fox, and 10 grandchildren and step-grandchildren.
5555 Perimeter Drive
Dublin, Ohio, 43017
Mon – Fri: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.