I would like to thank everyone who believed I could make a difference as a member of the St. George City Council. Based on the number of votes I received in my first election, I’m certainly encouraged to try again in the future.
Before I continue, I want to congratulate all of the candidates in the race, and a special thumbs up for those who are moving on to the General Election. Every one of the candidates (and their families) made a great sacrifice to run for public office, and they all have St. George’s best interest at heart.
I am grateful for everyone who voted for me. I also want to thank those of you who took the time to complete one or more of our online surveys and/or contact me with your questions, concerns, and even challenges to my principles.
St. George is a wonderful place to live, and it will continue to be so as long as our citizens truly care about our future. Even though this election is over for me, I’m still available to brainstorm ideas to make our community’s future even brighter.
May God bless you and the great city of St. George.
“The status quo is an endangered species.”
Ron is a descendent of the original St. George pioneers, which is why he is dedicated to the heritage and future of our community. Our history and culture drove Ron to move his family to St. George – returning to his roots.
Ron is a champion for less government, less regulations, and less taxes, which means more freedom and liberty for the residents of Southern Utah.
Ron currently serves as a member of the St. George Arts Commission, and chairperson for the committee to bring a state-of-the-art Performing Arts Center to our city.
Ron has over three decades serving his community as a board member, volunteer, and consultant for nonprofit organizations. He served 25 years in a senior executive capacity for a not-for-profit financial institution.
Ron is a champion of sensible, smart growth principles to ensure we preserve our quality of life and provide opportunities for future generations.
News & Updates
On June 1st, I officially became a candidate for City Council - St. George, Utah.
My name is Ron Woodbury and I am running for St. George City Council. I look forward to officially presenting my intent to run to the city during the first week of June 2021 and sharing my vision and perspectives with you in the coming weeks. Feel free to contact me...