Council’s Corner

Fall is Traditionally a Season of Gratitude

In the autumn of my city council term, I feel blessed that I have the opportunity to express my thoughts of appreciation for the time I have been allowed to serve the incredible citizens and employees of our community. Each encounter with you has provided deep insight and understanding to who we are as a city and the collective vision of our strong future.

To the veteran residents, I thank you for your historical knowledge, your loyalty to Roy, and your profound wisdom. To the hardworking middle-age league, kudos for your strong leadership, your willingness to be examples of grit and commitment, and especially for your dedication to maintaining the feeling of fellowship and camaraderie that prevails in our city. And of course, to our beloved youth: you are the hope of great times to come. I ask that you continue to be the ideas, the eyes, and the ears of our great city. You can and will make Roy a better place by promoting positive activities and discouraging destructive behaviors.

I also want to thank the strong and active business community. Your efforts to bring desirable resources and vitality to our city do not go unnoticed.

To the employees – keep up the phenomenal work you do each day – your efforts are the heart and spirit of Roy. I admire and respect the solutions, the positive energy, and the dependability you bring to your position each day. Also – a hearty “thank you” to my fellow council members. I honor your desire to serve and your continual efforts to improve our city. And finally, to departing Councilman Bryon Saxton, a big shout out for the time, effort, and elbow grease you have donated over the past four years.


Council Member Jan Burell

City Council Meetings

City Council and Planning Commission meetings are held at the Roy Municipal Building. The public is invited to attend.

City Council meetings will be held the first and third Tuesdays of the month at 5:30 p.m. Planning Commission meetings are held the second and fourth Tuesdays at 6 p.m.


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