Councilman Dennis Robbins
Councilman Dennis Robbins began his second term on the Scottsdale City Council in January 2011. He first served on the council from 1996 to 2000.
He was born and raised in Scottsdale, where his family grew up across the street from former Mayor Herb Drinkwater. He graduated from Chaparral High School, California Lutheran University and attended Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary before graduating from Pepperdine School of Law in 1990.
Today, Dennis Robbins is a businessman who owns auto repair franchises in Mesa, Phoenix and Scottsdale.
He has been active in various community organizations including serving as a former commissioner on the Board of Adjustment; past president and Charros life member; graduate of Scottsdale Leadership, Class 7; past president of the Scottsdale Education Foundation; served on the council and building committee of the La Casa de Cristo Lutheran Church; and a member of the National Federation of Business, the Scottsdale Chamber of Commerce and the State Bar of Arizona.
Dennis believes his longevity in Scottsdale, business experience, legal background and previous council experience are an asset to this community. His goal is to unite the community and work to make Scottsdale’s future as bright as its past.
Councilman Robbins is married to Cheralee and has three children – Madalyn, Carl and Veronica.
Last Updated: Feburary 2013