Tim Haak has lived in Zionsville since he was nine years old. “I have seen almost every change that has occurred in Zionsville, and yet our town has retained its quaint village-like charm,” he says. “We’re still a tight-knit community.” He served on the Town Council from 2008 to 2015 and also served on the Zionsville Board of Police Commissioners as well as the Zionsville Safety Board.
Prior to becoming Mayor, Haak was Director of Operations for Elevate Ventures. Previously, he worked for the Indiana Economic Development Corporation, the state’s leading economic development agency. His banking career has also included executive positions with the National Bank of Indianapolis and Fifth Third Bank.
Haak graduated from Zionsville High School and then received his B.S. in business from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. He is currently active in the Central Indiana Council of Elected Officials, AIM (Accelerate Indiana Municipalities), Indianapolis Metropolitan Planning Organization, and the Central Indiana Regional Transit Authority. Haak is also a graduate of the FBI Citizen’s Academy and is a former board member of the Boys & Girls Club of Zionsville.
He and his wife, Leah, have two sons and one daughter who attend Zionsville schools. The Haaks are members of Zionsville Presbyterian Church and are active in Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts, the Zionsville Baseball Club, and the Zionsville Youth Soccer Association.