Mayor Jason A. Reeves, age 40, is a father of four to Will (12), Drew (11), Ben (9) and Kate (5) and loyal husband to Elly with whom he has been married 15 years. Jason is the son of Vickie and Grady Reeves and the grandson of Sally and Homer Reeves of Troy.
Mayor Reeves has served as Mayor of Troy since November 2012. Jason served in his city council seat representing District 3 for 16 years prior to becoming Mayor. First elected in 1996 at the age of 24, Reeves is the youngest elected official in Troy’s history.
Influential in many successful city projects, Jason was instrumental in the construction of the Recreation Center and the Troy Public Library. He is also credited for playing an integral role in the recruitment of CGI and the development of Trojan Plaza.
In addition to his service as an elected official, Jason has been a member of the Troy Seniors Foundation since its inception and is a Past President. He was instrumental in the foundation and formation of the Colley Senior Complex through the Troy Seniors Foundation as well as the expansion and relocation of the Troy Nutrition Program.
Jason also served on the local American Cancer Society Board, is a former Chairman for Pike County Relay for Life, Troy University Athletic Advisory Committee and is an active member of First United Methodist Church.
A graduate of Troy University, where he served as SGA President, Jason has diverse experience in leading with integrity through many years of community service, athletics and church involvement.
Growing up the son of a police officer and schoolteacher, public safety and education are close to his heart and a top priority, in addition to local health care, housing, quality jobs, historical preservation and community revitalization.
Jason believes the key to a progressive future is a united community where each citizen has voice and a role in making Troy the progressive city that allows our families to live, work and play successfully.