Bret Millburn is a native of Davis County, Utah and currently resides in Centerville. He and his wife Michelle are parents of two sons, three daughters and one grandaughter. Bret has served as Davis County Commissioner since January 2007.

Bret is known in Davis County for his clear priorities, no-nonsense philosophies, and leadership efforts, which have been demonstrated through fiscal prioritization, open communication and tenacity.

As Commissioner he serves in various positions of regional significance, including Chair of Wasatch Front Regional Council (WFRC) and member of Utah Transit Authority (UTA).

Prior to being elected Commissioner, Bret’s Additional professional experience includes: Numerous positions with the Salt Lake Bid and Organizing Committees for the Olympic Winter Games and Paralympic Winter Games of 2002, including community outreach, planning and budget, federal government relations, and transportation. Other professional positions have ranged from community based to Utah’s Capitol.

Bret earned his B.S. degree from Weber State University and an Associates of Arts and Sciences from Ricks College.

VISION, STRATEGY, and the ability to EXECUTE are principles I support and skills I have, the things I do today, and will continue to do as your Commissioner.

General Election Day - November 4th

Voting will be conducted via mail or at one of the 7 vote centers listed:

Bountiful Library
725 South Main, Bountiful

Centerville Library
45 South 400 West, Centerville

Farmington Community Center
120 South Main, Farmington

Kaysville City Hall
23 East Center Street, Kaysville

Layton High School
440 Lancer Lane, Layton

Clearfield Library
562 South 1000 East, Clearfield

Syracuse Community Center
1912 West 1900 South, Syracuse