Nann Worel, Park City Councilor, launches re-election campaign |

Nann Worel, Park City Councilor, launches re-election campaign

Park City Councilor Nann Worel at an informational session at the Park City Library in 2018.
Jay Hamburger/Park Record file photo

Nann Worel, a first-term member of the Park City Council, has announced she will seek re-election this year, saying she has enjoyed her three-plus years in office.

Worel is 65 and lives in the Hidden Oaks neighborhood. She is the former executive director of the People’s Health Clinic, a nonprofit clinic that provides medical services to the uninsured. She also once served on the Park City Planning Commission.

Worel said she is on a “listening tour” and declined to discuss details of her platform at this time. She did not comment about whether the platform will reflect current City Hall priorities. She intends to outline her vision when the campaign officially starts with the opening of the filing window in June.

Worel, though, listed City Hall successes such as beginning implementation of a fleet of buses that run on electric power, the work on a planned arts and culture district led by the municipal government and the discussions about social equity.

The filing window runs from June 3 until June 7. Prospective candidates must be a U.S. citizen, a registered voter in the Park City limits and have lived in Park City for a minimum of 12 straight months prior to Election Day to be eligible.

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