Mayor Kelley Kelley

Kelley Kelley was elected as the Mayor of Turtle Creek in January 2014 and re-elected for a second term in January 2018.

Mayor Kelley still lives on the street she grew up on with her husband Kevin Kelley, who is the President of the Turtle Creek Fire Department, and their much loved dog Sid. Kelley went to St. Colman’s grade school, Oakland Catholic High School, has a B.A. in Political Science with a concentration in Sociology from the University of Pittsburgh and an M.A. in Criminology from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. She currently works full-time as a Grant Coordinator at the University of Pittsburgh in the School of Medicine.

Public service is not a stranger to Kelley. Her father, Tom Brodrick, served briefly as the Mayor of Turtle Creek in the 1980s, was a council member, as well as, a 40+ year member of the Turtle Creek Volunteer Fire Department. He also volunteered for Rescue 2.  Kelley’s mother, Karen Brodrick, is a founding member of the Turtle Creek Fire Department Women’s Auxiliary and Kelley’s sister, Kera Rocco, and Kera’s daughter, Layla are visible at many Turtle Creek events.

Passionate for many years as an advocate of addiction recovery, Kelley began her run for Mayor to help bring about changes in how the disease of addiction is treated in community and government settings. Mayor Kelley was also a Certified Recovery Specialist (CRS) and a former Family Coordinator with Hope 4, Inc. which is a community support center for people in recovery and their families.

This strong backbone coupled with a love of Turtle Creek propels Mayor Kelley to ensure the continued success of Turtle Creek, while encouraging citizen involvement in the community through open dialog.  To schedule a meeting with Mayor Kelley just send her an email at

Mayor Kelley’s Office hours are by appointment only.
(Note:  Please use the Police Department Entrance when visiting Mayor Kelley.  The door may be locked so please knock for assistance.)