Ginny Dickey

Key Facts

Party Democrat
Status Incumbent


Ginny Dickey graduated from Tufts University with a BS in Mathematics. She has  held a variety of jobs, previously serving as: a banker; a bookkeeper; a part-time teacher; an AZ Senate staffer; and Assistant Director at the Dept. of Environmental Quality. In her retirement, she has been a neighborhood liaison with the US Attorney’s Office. As a council member, she co-chaired the Centennial Committee and was on the MAG Domestic Violence Council. As mayor, Dickey currently participates in MAG Regional Council, the GPEC Mayors and Supervisors meetings, and the public safety subcommittee [2]. 

Dickey was inducted into the 2010 Lower Verde River Valley Hall of Fame and received a Recognition of Meritorious Service award for her Weed and Seed Program. Dickey was a member of Business and Professional Women, the Public Policy Chair for the American Association of University Women, and an organizer for AZ Women’s Hall of Fame at the Carnegie Library. She has been recognized as 1 of the 48 Women of the decade by the AZ Historical Society’s Centennial Legacy Project [4]. 

Key Issues

Public Safety

Dickey wants to prioritize police and fire protection in Fountain Hills [1]. She helped pass a street bond for Saguaro Boulevard for more funding [8]. 


Dickey plans to continue a conservative budget and fund police, fire, infrastructure, and COVID relief through grants and guidance from a roads citizen committee [8]. She wants to increase tourism and business attraction through a branding campaign and fund necessary infrastructure improvements including the fountain lining [8]. 


Dickey wants to maintain the town’s character by maintaining roads, buildings, parks, and the Fountain [1][7]. She wants to increase restrictions on short-term rentals, corporate condos, and fireworks [5]. She values Fountain Hill’s natural environment including dark skies and wants to preserve these conditions [4][6].


Arizona List; Sharron Grzybowski, Council Member and Former Commissioner; Alan Magazine, Council Member and Former Commissioner; Peggy McMahon, Council Member; Mike Scharnow, Council Member and former FH Times Editor; Dennis Brown, Former Council Member and Former Commissioner; Henry Leger, Former Council Member; John McNeill, Former Council Member; Mike Minarsich, Former Council Member; Gregg Dudash, Sanitary District Board Member; Wendy Meidel Barnard, FHUSD Board Member; Pam McNeill, Former FHUSD Board Member; Dr. Marian Hermie, Former FHUSD Supt.; Tom Lawrence, Former FHUSD Supt.; Dr. Maria Menconi, Former FHUSD Supt.; Jerry Bien-Willner, Paradise Valley Mayor; Kate Gallego, Phoenix Mayor; John Giles, Mesa Mayor; David Ortega, Scottsdale Mayor; Kenn Weise, Avondale Mayor; Corey Woods, Mayor Tempe; Coral Evans, Former Flagstaff Mayor; Elaine Scruggs, Former Glendale Mayor; Scott Grzybowski, Commissioner; Cynthia Magazine, Commissioner; Sharon Dennis, Former Commissioner; Siebe Van der Zee, Hon. Cónsul Emeritus of the Netherlands; Bob Carzoli, ADOG Board and Program Productions Chair; Randy Roberts, Retired FH Fire Chief; Republic Services; Salt River Project PAC; UFCW, Local 99


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