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Mayor Michele Randall

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Michele Randall

About Mayor Randall

Michele Randall was appointed the 33rd Mayor of St. George on January 19, 2021 during a special City Council meeting, filling the role of mayor for the remainder of 2021. She was sworn in as the 33rd Mayor of St. George two days later, becoming the first female mayor in the 159-year history of St. George.

“St. George is an amazing place to live and we want to keep it that way,” Mayor Randall said. “I’ve lived in St George since 1978. I’ve attended schools here. I’ve raised my family here and now my children are raising their families here. I’ve been a small business owner here. As our city continues to grow I want to always maintain the community spirit, or as some of us refer to as the Dixie Spirit, that is inviting, charitable and kind, where everyone feels at home.”

Twice elected to the St. George City Council, Randall has served as the Council liaison to the St. George Police Department and St. George Fire Department, as well as on the board of directors for many civic groups and non-profit organizations. The organizations include:

  • Utah League of Cities and Towns
  • Veterans Coalition of Southern Utah
  • Doctors’ Volunteer Clinic
  • Washington County Solid Waste
  • Shade Tree and Beautification
  • St. George Musical Theater
  • Dixie Transportation Executive Council

Randall and her husband Tony are the parents of four and grandparents of nine.

Mayor Randall’s term ends Dec. 31, 2021.