Mayor Patrick Quinn

NOTE: On May 17, 2021 Patrick Quinn submitted his resignation as Mayor of the City and County of Broomfield, effective May 23, 2021 (see more details and information).

About Pat

Pat Quinn was first elected Mayor in 2007 and served 3 terms, leaving office in 2013.

Pat was elected Mayor again in 2019 and is currently serving a two-year term.

Pat has lived in Broomfield since 1981, where he and his wife Carleen are the parents to five daughters, all of which attended, or are attending Broomfield High School. Three daughters, Courtney, Marnie and Leslie are grown, and as Maddy says, “flown the nest”. Alaine graduated from Broomfield High School in 2019 and is attending CSU. Maddy is currently attending Broomfield High School.

Education and Professional Background

Pat received a B.S. in Accounting from Colorado State University a while ago. He remains an active Certified Public Accountant providing tax and contract Chief Financial Services on a limited basis.

For 22 years Pat was the owner of Quinn Associates, P.C. a CPA firm in downtown Denver which, at the time he sold the firm in 2010, had ten employees.

Pat has served as Controller, Chief Financial Officer and a CPA to numerous companies over the years, large and small and private and public.

Community Experience

Pat has dedicated nearly forty years to community service in Broomfield. His passion has always been Broomfield’s open space program having served on Broomfield’s Open Space and Trails Committee for eight years and on the Broomfield Open Space Foundation Board for 12 years. Broomfield’s successful open lands program now has over 8,000 acres of open lands and hundreds of miles of trails.

He has also served on numerous school and Boulder Valley School District committees over the years.

Service on Council

While previously serving as Mayor Pat was a member of the Metro Mayors Caucus, US 36 Mayors and Commissioners Coalition, Metro Area County Commissioners and was a Member of the Metro Mayors FasTracks Task Force.

Transportation was his primary focus then and he anticipates that it will be these next two years as he will fight for Broomfield’s fair share of State, RTD and regional transportation dollars.