- Mayor David Watts
- Jared Henderson - District 1
- Clint Smith - District 2
- Sherrie Ohrn - District 3
- Nicole Martin - District 4
Service Term 2016-2020
Jared loves living in Herriman. He resides here with his wife and 3 children. Jared has a degree in finance from the University of Utah and is a Certified Financial Planner. He has volunteered his time, energy and resources to encourage the direction of Herriman’s growth to reflect “Responsible Growth”.
Jared hopes to keep Herriman an attractive place to live, while encouraging economic growth that is fiscally responsible. His biggest goal is to make a difference in the community that he loves. He plans to achieve that goal through the following:
- Continue to influence the growth of the City with a balanced, objective approach.
- Keep the community informed so that they can be involved in the process.
- Encourage economic development through means other than increased housing density.
Jared meets with city staff to stay updated on the current status of the City. He is determined to acquire as much information as possible on the issues before making decisions that impact our residents. He encourages our community to stay informed and looks forward to being a voice of the people while working effectively with city staff and City Council in the best interest of our great City.
Service Term 2018-2022
Hi I’m Sherrie Ohrn. Every day I wake up to the dreams of an unlimited future granted to an American girl. Every day I work to secure that bright future for those I love. I will take my passion for this great Nation and my fellow citizens and dedicate my efforts to moving Herriman forward in a balanced direction while preserving our unique heritage. I look forward to serving as your Herriman City Councilwoman. For more information and a complete bio please see my website: Sherrieohrn.com
13858 S. 7300 W.
Herriman, UT 84096
Service Term 2016-2020
I am appreciative of the vote of confidence and look forward to serving the residents of Herriman.
As a rapidly growing city, we need leadership willing to make wise decisions that ensure our sustainability, while not sacrificing the quality of life that brought us all here. A city council best serves its citizens when each member brings their unique strengths, as well as a willingness and a commitment to work effectively together. I have every confidence our city council will be well-functioning and dedicated to achieving that goal with the help of our city employees.
I ran because I felt my knowledge of economic development, city government and communications would be of great benefit to our growing city. As such, my initial goals are as follows:
- Encourage business investment that will increase our sales tax base and avoid future increased taxes and unnecessary debt
- Seek out unique opportunities to establish our niche as a city
- Hold developers to the high standards we want reflected in our community and develop a process whereby residents can be more involved and informed
- Improve city transparency with frequent communication and encourage feedback
Most importantly, I know that I am “your voice” on the City Council and I take that commitment seriously. As I begin my service to District 4 and Herriman City, as a whole, I want to encourage residents to reach out to me at any time with questions, concerns or ideas. I invite you to like my Facebook page, as I will be posting regular updates and city information.