City of Coolidge, Arizona City Council

Coolidge City Council

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Mayor Thompson

130 W. Central Avenue
Coolidge, AZ 85128
(520) 723-5361                                                                                                                       

The Honorable Mayor Jon Thompson was first elected to the Coolidge City Council in 2002. He was appointed Vice-Mayor by his peers in 2006 until 2010, when he was elected again to serve another four-year term. He was elected Mayor on August 26, 2014, where he remains today and since being elected has retired as Division Director for the Pinal County Adult Probation Department after 30 years.

Mayor Thompson’s priorities continue to be enhancing public safety, replacing and developing new infrastructure and promoting economic development with projects such as NIKOLA. Mayor Thompson believes “relationships” help progress and the community move forward.

· President of the Board of Directors for the Pinal Hispanic Council (PHC).

· President of the Board of Directors of the Sun Corridor Metropolitan Planning Organization (SCMPO).

· Chairman of the Coolidge Police Dept. Public Safety Personnel retirement System Local Board (PSPRS).

· Chairman of the Coolidge Fire Dept. Public Safety Personnel retirement System Local Board (PSPRS).

· Board Member of the Rural Transportation Advocacy Council Executive Board (RTAC).

· Past president and current member of Board of Directors for Community Action Human Resources Agency (CAHRA).

· Past Chairman and current member of executive board of Central Arizona Governments (CAG).

Mayor Thompson encourages Coolidge’s youth to get involved in local government and therefore he created the “Coolidge Youth Council” to give them a voice, serve as a link between the youth of Coolidge, the Community and the City Council.

Through a passion of Mayor Jon Thompson, local organization Arizona Project WET has been retained to help elementary schools in Coolidge teach our youngest residents about water in the desert and why conservation is important.


Vice Mayor Henry

Cell Phone:  520-705-8181

130 W. Central Avenue

Coolidge, AZ 85128

Elected to her third term to the Coolidge City Council in 2020, Jacque Henry is the current Vice Mayor who also served in the position from December 2014 – December 2020.

An Arizona native who has called Coolidge home her entire life, Jacque graduated from Coolidge High School in 1973 and attended Central Arizona College where in 2014 she received the Wall of Success Alumni Achievement Award.  

Jacque’s career includes over 35 years of service within City Government where on August 05, 1975 she began employment with the City of Coolidge in the Public Safety Department.  Over the years Jacque served a plethora of positions for the City of Coolidge before she retired in 2010 as an Executive Assistant.

Jacque began serving her community in 1979 as a member of the Order of Eastern Stars and served as Worthy Matron five times and since then has been involved in several community organizations:
- American Legion Auxiliary
- Coolidge Chamber of Commerce
- Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary
- Pinal County Town Hall Advisory Committee
- The Power of 100 Women Pinal County, AZ Chapter
- Coolidge Cotton Patchers quilting guild serving as President for 2022 and 2023.

Jacque and husband Mike Henry, married for 33 years have two children and three grandchildren.


Councilmember Tom Bagnall

Councilmember Tom Bagnall

130 W Central Avenue

Coolidge, AZ 85128

(520) 723-5361 Email Address:

Tom Bagnall is an Arizona native and has lived in Coolidge or the Coolidge area his entire life.

Tom has served the community over the years in many capacities:

· Coolidge Unified School District Governing Board-1991 through 1994 (President 1991, 1992 and 1993) and 2009 through 2012

· Coolidge Lions Club 1996 to present-(Past President, Vice-President and Secretary)

· Coolidge Chamber of Commerce-(Past Board Member and President)

· Sons of the American Legion William David Hood, Post 54-2009 to present (Current Squadron Commander)

· Pinal County Veteran's Memorial Foundation-2010 through February 2022 (Past Board Member and President)

A 2020 annexation by the City of Coolidge enabled Tom to run for the City Council and he was elected in August of 2022 and began his term on the Council in December 2022.

Tom has been employed in the title insurance industry for 42 years and is currently a Commercial Title Officer with Premier Title Agency.

Tom and his wife Penny have two sons and a daughter and one grandson and are expecting a granddaughter in February of 2023.


Eric Daniels photo

130 W. Central Avenue
Coolidge, AZ 85128
(520) 723-5361                                                                                                                                                                    
Email Address:

Eric Daniels is a lifelong resident of Coolidge, Arizona, and is a proud Coolidge High School Alumni. First elected to City Council in 2020, Councilmember Daniels is serving as one of Arizona’s youngest elected officials. Before sitting on the Coolidge City Council, Daniels was a three-term member of the Coolidge Youth Council.

Daniels is currently attending Arizona State University’s W.P. Carey School of Business where he is majoring in Business Public Service Public Policy.


Steve Hudson Councilmember photo
Telephone: (520) 723-3287
Cell Phone: (520) 709-2867
822 W. Pima Avenue
Coolidge, Arizona 85128

Steve Hudson was appointed to serve on the Coolidge City Council on February 14, 2011, for the remaining term through June 2012. He was elected on March 13, 2012, to serve a 4-year term. Steve served as Vice Mayor December 2022 - January 2023.

Steve is 58 years old, is married with two daughters and three granddaughters. He has been in the retail business and has lived in Coolidge for 39 years. Steve has been active in the St. James Church and a member of the Knights of Columbus for 15 years, is an Elk’s member, a member of the Planning & Zoning, and enjoys playing a golf.



Tatiana Murrieta

130 W. Central Avenue
Coolidge, AZ 85128
(520) 723-5361                                                                                                                                                                    

Cell Phone: 520.483.1875
Email Address:

Tatiana Murrieta was born in 1976 and has always been a resident of Coolidge, minus a two year stay in Cottonwood, Az. during the 1980's. Tatiana attended school through the public school system in Coolidge, graduating from Coolidge High in 1994 and working in the corrections field since 1996.

Tatiana is a mother of three children, active parishioner of St. James Roman Catholic Church. She is a volunteer for local events and has been a volunteer for the American Cancer Society (ACS) since 2005. In 2011, Tatiana worked with ACS staff to bring the organizations largest fundraising event, Relay For Life (RFL), to Coolidge. She has sat on the Arizona Leadership Council of the ACS RFL since 2013. Tatiana is also a volunteer for the Arizona C.O.P.S. Chapter.

Tatiana was elected to the Coolidge City Council in 2014.


Councilmember Adriana Saavedra

130 W. Central Avenue
Coolidge, AZ 85128
(520) 723-5361
Cell Phone: 520.302.4133
Email Address:

Adriana has lived in Coolidge since she was two-years-old, as she was born in Colorado while her father was stationed at an Army base in Colorado.  Attending schools locally, Adriana graduated from Coolidge High School in 1998 and then continued at Central Arizona College, where she completed an Associate degree in 2000.  She then continued her education, completing a Bachelor's degree in Political Science and a Master's in Information Resources and Library Science in 2002 and 2004, both from The University of Arizona.  

In her work career, Adriana has served in city government at the City of Casa Grande as the Adult Services Librarian and the Library Manager for the City of Coolidge for 8 years.  She is currently the Director of Library Services at Central Arizona College.  In her role there she helps run the Food Pantries for students on all five campuses, she teaches information literacy classes for staff and has served on numerous committees and task forces over her ten years of service there.  

As for volunteer efforts, Adriana is co-chair for the Coolidge Scholarship Fund Committee that raises funds for Coolidge High School students to continue education after high school.  She has also been a longtime Habitat for Humanity family partner, where she taught financial literacy to families, so they were knowledgeable in financial methods to create stability as new homeowners.

As a proud Coolidge resident, she is interested in learning and working with everyone for the betterment of our community.