In 1978 my parents, Mike & Andy Miller, moved our family to St. George. I was 12 years old. St. George was the place we had all longed to live. My mom was born and raised in Southern Utah and this was home. We were anxious to be surrounded by family. It was a decision that none of us have ever regretted.
I graduated from Dixie High School and married Tony Randall. Tony was born and raised in St. George and we always knew that St. George was the place we wanted to stay and raise our family.
We have four children, two sons and two daughters. All of our children are married with families of their own. We have five grandsons and four granddaughters. We are very fortunate all of our children and grandchildren live in Washington County. We owned and operated a family business in St. George for 14 years. I have also worked as an office manager and a medical assistant.
Tony and I became "empty nesters" in September 2012. In 2013 I decided I had the time and the desire to serve in our community. I chose to run for city council and was elected and sworn into office January 2014. It is a decision I have never regretted. I was reelected to a second term in January 2018.
On January 4, 2021 Mayor Jon Pike resigned from his position as Mayor. I was appointed to his seat on January 21, 2021 and have been serving as Mayor since that day. I have tried my best to respond to everyone who has emailed or called me to discuss issues they are concerned about and will continue to always make myself available to those in our community.
- Mayors Executive Committee
- Council of Governments
- Utah League of Cities and Towns
- Legislative Policy Committee
- State Homeless Coordinating Committee
- Dixie Center Board
- Dixie Transportation Executive Committee
- Washington County Solid Waste Board Executive Committee
- Flood Control Board
~ Current boards ~
- City Council liaison to the police and the fire department
- Veterans Advisory Board
- Shade Tree Beautification Board
- Doctors' Volunteer Clinic
- Saint George Musical Theater
~ Previous boards ~
St. George is experiencing unprecedented growth, but we should not outgrow our past. We should respect our heritage along with our future.
I can assure you that I will listen. I will never forget who I am representing, you, the citizens of St. George.
I would be honored and humbled to receive your vote and continue serving as Mayor of this amazing city.
~ Michele Randall