Scott Dunn was re-elected to the City Council in May 2015. Dunn has served on the Council since 2011.
Prior to being elected, Dunn held offices in the Duck Creek Homeowners Association, the St. Paul School Board, the Waterview Preservation Association and the St. Paul the Apostle Men’s Club. Dunn attended Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge and majored in computer science. He finished his degree at nearby Amber (now Amberton) University. He is an account manager at Xerox, where he has worked since 1999. Dunn has volunteered with the YMCA Guides and Princesses and served as a Boy Scout Troop Leader. Additionally, he taught Faith Formation at St. Paul and volunteered as a baseball and basketball coach through the Richardson Sports Association and the YMCA. He has been actively involved at Arapaho Elementary and Richardson High School, where he served as the Bald Eagle Leader on the RHS Eaglettes Booster Club board. He currently serves on the Methodist Richardson Medical Center Foundation board.
Dunn along with his wife earned Golden Eagle Volunteer Awards from the RHS PTA. He is a graduate of Leadership Richardson Class XXVII and the Richardson Citizens Police Academy Class XXXII and is a member of Richardson Police Department’s Volunteer Crime Watch Patrol in the Arapaho/Waterview area. He supports the Richardson Symphony League Debutante/Honor Guard program and continues to serve as course chairman on the Richardson High School’s 5K Excellence in Education Foundation Committee, which raises funds for academic enhancements. Dunn and his wife, Lisa, have three children.
City Council Assignments
Animal Services Advisory Board