Since 1991, Dan Tonkovich has served the citizens of Vancouver as a member of the Vancouver City Council where he is seen as a leader that asks the tough questions for the citizens of Vancouver.

In 1996, Dan was appointed by his council colleagues to serve as Vancouver’s mayor pro tem- a capacity he has served in since that time.  Throughout Dan’s tenure on the council, he has been  respected for his progressive leadership and for his understanding of our community’s rich history.  In addition to his council duties, Dan is a division manager and Director of Business Development for a major electrical construction firm with offices in Vancouver, Seattle, and Portland. 

Dan has deep roots in Vancouver; he and his wife Susan, along with their two children have called Vancouver their home for over twenty years. Dan is committed to shaping Vancouver’s future for years to come.

Quick Facts About Dan

Graduate: Eastern Washington University (BA Government)
Member: Vancouver City Council (1991-Present)
  Mayor Pro Tem of Vancouver (1996-Present)
  Police Pension Board (1996-Present)
  Lodging Tax Advisory Committee   (2002-Present)
  C-TRAN Board (2001-2003)
  I-5 Trade & Transportation Task Force (1999-2002)
  Council for the Homeless (1998-1999)
  Chair of the Marshall Leadership Program (1999-Present)
  Planning Committee- Center for the Arts (2004-Present)
  Joint Policy Advisory Committee on Transportation  
  Clark County Law & Justice Committee  
Employment: General Manager & Director of Business Development
- The Stoner Electric Group
1993 Citizen Award - Washington Correctional Association
1999 Community Service Award - House of Labor

A Strong Voice. A Clear Vision.
Dan Tonkovich