Utah League of Cities and Towns

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Brent and Jennie Taylor Service Award

ULCT is excited to announce the 2020 Brent and Jennie Taylor Service Award!

The late Mayor Brent Taylor of North Ogden gave a live of service to his community before he was tragically killed in November, 2018 while serving a second tour to Afghanistan with the Utah Army National Guard. He had just been reelected to a second term as mayor when he accepted his deployment.

He and his wife, Jennie,  committed early in their lives to give their all to protect and promote the ideals we value as Americans. As mayor, Brent Taylor also served on ULCT’s Board of Directors and Jennie served as president of the former ULCT Auxiliary organization. ULCT is proud to have created an award in their honor. 

In 2019, ULCT bestowed the first-ever “Taylor Service Award” to former Sandy City Council Member Steve Fairbanks for his years of selfless service. It’s time, once again, to nominate elected officials in Utah municipal government who go beyond their duties as they serve their communities. 

Do you know someone who consistently exhibits an extraordinary commitment to service in our cities and towns? We invite you nominate that individual for consideration of the 2020 “Brent and Jennie Taylor Service Award,” and continue the legacy!  

Deadline to submit nomination is 5pm August 7, 2020.

You can also preview the nomination form here.