Micah Powell was first elected to the city council in 2012. He was chosen by his peers to be Vice-Mayor in December 2014 and he was selected again in 2016 and 2018.
He served as the ex-officio for the City of Eloy’s Planning and Zoning Commission, he’s a current member of Eloy’s Infrastructure Committee and Vice-Chairman of the Eloy Cemetery Board. He is involved with the the Pinal County Regional Transportation Advisory Board and a recent graduate from Hispanic Leadership Institute. He’s a strong supporter of bringing in jobs and economic development to Eloy and making sure that the jobs stay in Eloy. Micah works well with everyone regardless of their political party and the area they represent.
He is a proud father of four, two boys and two girls.