Steven Dillinger was first elected to the Hamilton County Commissioners back in 1989, making him the longest active re-elected Commissioner in the State of Indiana. He represents District 2 which includes the City of Fishers, City of Noblesville, and both Delaware and Noblesville Townships.
Dillinger attended Noblesville High School where he played football, basketball, baseball and ran track for the Millers. He has worked in the insurance business for close to 50 years and still owns and operates S. C. Dillinger & Associates Insurance Agency.
Prior to becoming a County Commissioner, Dillinger served on the Noblesville City Council and Hamilton County Council. As a County Commissioner, he has been instrumental in establishing County-wide zoning, increasing County Parks by more than 1,000 acres, and turning 146th and 236th Streets into major thoroughfares. Dillinger has also overseen construction of the Hamilton County Judicial & Government Center, the Hamilton County Highway Department, the Hamilton County Jail, and the Hamilton County Health Department.
The Indiana Association of County Commissioners recognized Dillinger as the Outstanding County Commissioner in 2019. That same year, he was also honored by former Congresswoman Susan Brooks by the entering of his accomplishments into the Congressional Record in the Library of Congress.
Dillinger and his wife Renee have five children, nine grandchildren, and 11 great grandchildren. He is Vice President of the Indianapolis Airport Authority, president of the Executive Board of the Noblesville Elementary Football League, and has been a member of the Green Valley Church of Christ his entire life. When he’s not busy serving his community, Dillinger enjoys playing golf, fishing, horseback riding, and traveling, especially to Mazatlan, Mexico.