Peter Corroon

President Emeritus

Peter Corroon

Peter Corroon loves to ski and hike in Alta to get away from the hustle and bustle of Salt Lake City. He has an extensive background in government, community leadership, commercial and residential real estate, construction, civic affairs and small business development. He was elected Salt Lake County Mayor in 2004 and served until 2013. He has served as President of the Salt Lake Vest Pocket Business Coalition (now Utah Independent Business Council), a group of locally owned and managed independent businesses, and was appointed as a Small Claims Court Judge in Salt Lake’s Third District Court. He served on the boards of the National Association of Counties, the Salt Lake Chamber of Commerce where he received the Best Elected Official award, the Economic Development Corporation of Utah, the Salt Lake Convention & Visitors’ Bureau, the Utah Technology Council, and the United Way among other organizations.

Peter has a long record of public service. He was responsible for starting a non-profit affordable housing company to serve unmet housing needs in Salt Lake City. Over the years he has also provided volunteer legal advice in Spanish to community members who had little or no proficiency in English. He also served as President of the Salt Lake Chapter of Habitat for Humanity. He has taught finance and real estate development courses at Westminster College and Salt Lake Community College. Peter and his wife, Amy, reside in Salt Lake City with their three children.
Mayor Corroon has a long record of public service. He was responsible for starting a non-profit affordable housing company to serve unmet housing needs in Salt Lake City. Over the years he has also provided volunteer legal advice in Spanish to community members who had little or no proficiency in English. He also served as Vice President of the Salt Lake Chapter of Habitat for Humanity. He holds a Juris Doctor from Golden Gate University School of Law, a Master of Science degree in Real Estate Development and Finance from New York University, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Carnegie-Mellon University. He has taught finance and real estate development courses at Westminster College and Salt Lake Community College. Mr. Corroon and his wife, Amy, reside in Salt Lake City with their three children.