Councilmember Craig Maloney was elected to the Pasco City Council in 2018, as part of a historic election which saw five new council members elected. He has a four year degree in Applied Math from the University of Washington, much to the chagrin of his wife and in-laws, most of whom are avid Cougars. Craig is a project manager for Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.
Craig was born and raised in Kennewick, WA. He headed to Seattle to earn his degree and work for a couple years before returning to the Tri-Cities in 2005. He moved to Pasco in 2006 with his wife, where they’re raising two amazing young women.
A fierce advocate for Pasco, Craig has served the community for years, including: co-founding the Pasco Taco Crawl, a fundraiser for the Boys and Girls Clubs which highlights the amazing food in Pasco; serving as Treasurer for the Pasco Public Facilities District; representing Visit Tri-Cities on the Tri-Cities Legislative Council; serving as a steering committee member for Somos Pasco, an economic visioning project for the Greater Pasco area; and many other ways, big and small.
Craig believes strongly in an open and accessible government and would love nothing more than to hear from you. He knows you matter and your voice needs to be heard. He encourages you to attend council meetings, send emails, and call.
- January 1, 2018 - December 31, 2021