Beavercreek’s City Council welcomes a new mayor and council members, along with the reappointment of two council members in 2024.
Don Adams, elected as the mayor in November 2023 election, has served on city council for the past four years as a councilmember and vice mayor. Adams, a retired national sales manager for an international company, entered public service after contributing more than 20,000 volunteer hours to various organizations in Beavercreek.
"As Beavercreek's new Mayor, I want to emphasize the importance of unity and collaboration among our residents," said Adams. "Beavercreek City Council is committed to transparency and open communication with city residents. We also want to involve the community in the council’s decision-making processes, ensuring that every voice is heard. Through open dialogue and citizen engagement initiatives, I envision a city where every resident feels heard, valued, and empowered to contribute to the collective well-being.”
The city’s new council member, David Litteral, is a retired Greene County Deputy Sheriff with 25 years of service. Pete Bales, with 25 years in public service, and Charles Curran, with a lifelong commitment to public service, were re-elected for their second term.
Other city council members include Councilman Glen Duerr, Councilwoman Joanna Garcia, and Councilwoman Tiffany Schwartz. Additional information about each council member, including their contact information, can be found here.