Jeff Silvestrini, Candidate for Millcreek City Mayor

Salt Lake Co. Councilman (and Chief, Millcreek Precinct, UPD) and Jeff Silvestrini at East Mill Creek Lions Club 4th of July Community Celebration

Salt Lake County Councilman (and Chief, Millcreek Precinct, UPD) Steven DeBry, together with Jeff Silvestrini, at East Mill Creek Lions Club 4th of July Community Celebration

Hello Neighbors and Friends.  Jeff Silvestrini is the sole remaining candidate on the ballot for the office of Mayor of Millcreek, Utah’s newest and 10th largest city. Jeff will help our new City start off on the right track.  With a solid beginning, the City will become even more exceptional than it already is.

Millcreek is a lively community with historic, desirable, and stable neighborhoods.  Jeff wants to preserve the good we have all spent decades creating.  At the same time, he recognizes that renewal is key to keeping our City vibrant and prosperous. Jeff sees the potential for smart economic development, particularly  in the area between 3900 South and 4500 South west of State Street.  Similar potential exists at Highland Drive and 3300 South, and also in the Olympus Hills Shopping Center area.  He wants 3300 South to shine along its entire length as a walkable and complete street.

Here are Jeff’s top four priorities, the details of which can be found here:

  • MAINTAIN THE SAME HIGH LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL SERVICES

  • CONTROL COSTS AND KEEP TAXES LOW

  • PROTECT OUR PARKS, FOOTHILLS, AND OPEN SPACES

  • IMPROVE STREETS AND SIDEWALKS WHILE MAINTAINING MILLCREEK’S CHARM

See the details of each of these priorities here.

Jeff envisions Millcreek as providing excellent services, with great trails and recreational opportunities for families.  He sees that the future holds safe and walkable streets, and an unparalleled commitment to volunteerism and community.

Why we are lucky Jeff Silvestrini wants to be Millcreek’s Mayor.

Jeff has worked for more than two decades as a volunteer for our community. See a sampling here of the many projects for Millcreek in which he has been involved, and the many boards, committees, and commissions on which he has served as a volunteer.

Jeff’ has a  long history of getting things done for Millcreek.   His state and local contacts, legal training and negotiating skills, and institutional knowledge of all things Millcreek–these are the skills and expertise we need to get our new City up and running.  This is why both pro-incorporation and anti-incorporation supporters endorse Jeff.  See quotes throughout this website.  While Jeff advocated for incorporation, anti-incorporation leader, Glen Worthington, is a firm supporter of Jeff’s candidacy for Mayor.  Read Glen’s explanation here.

You can help to build our City.

Jeff needs your help–your knowledge, your time, your abilities, are all welcome, as are your donations. To send a message or offer support, please use our contact form.  Please also consider donating what you can by clicking on the “Donate” button on this page, or by sending a check to Jeff4Millcreek at the address below.  (Note that we need your name, address, and occupation, for campaign reporting requirements.)

Together, we can all build on our strong foundation to create a new and even better Millcreek.  We need your vote.


“Jeff has been an unbelievably effective advocate for Millcreek, increasing the quality of life for the citizens of Millcreek for years. He is the only candidate with the hands-on experience that qualifies him to be our Mayor.”

— Ken Smith, vice-chair of Mt. Olympus Community Council, and anti-incorporation leader

“One of Jeff’s greatest strengths is his ability to build coalitions between parties with different points of view.  That is why I’m voting for Jeff for Mayor.”

— Steve Lamb, pro-incorporation leader

Jeff4Millcreek,  3400 S. Crestwood Dr., Millcreek, Utah 84109