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Scott Freitag

I thoroughly enjoy serving our community and believe that I bring a conservative voice to the Council. I am currently serving as the Council’s liaison to the Police and Fire Departments and the Utah Legislature.

Layton continues to experience residential and business growth. My pledge is to promote the vitality of our city and maintain its position as the regional economic leader. I will continue to be public safety’s champion. A safe community promotes healthy growth and development. Layton has outstanding recreational facilities that support healthy living and provide activities for our youth. As a father of four children, I truly understand and support our parks and recreation.

I have always strived to listen to every suggestion and opinion. I truly enjoy hearing from the residents of Layton. Every voice is important. Layton City is a city on the move. So many people want to make Layton their home and/or the city in which they want to put their business.

My wife Tammy and I have been married for twenty-five years and we have four amazing children; Zach (23), Parker (19), Madison (17), Coby (13) and one dog named Eskie. I work for the Salt Lake City as the Director for the 911 Communications Bureau. Tammy is the SEM teacher at Lincoln Elementary. Zach and Parker attend Weber State University. Madison is a senior at Layton High and plays on the school’s soccer team and plays comp soccer for Forza. Coby attends Legacy Jr. High and served as a 7th Grade SBO this year. The Freitag’s have been Layton residents for twenty-two years and have been very involved in our community, schools and sports.

My professional background is in public safety, having spent the last twenty-eight years in various capacities such as paramedic, emergency medical services program manager, fire dispatch communications director, public information officer and currently as the 911 Director for Salt Lake City. I earned a bachelor’s degree in health administration and an associate’s degree in emergency care and rescue from Weber State University.

Please feel free to contact me any time you want on any topic related to our great city!

Scott Freitag
Phone: (801) 719-6969

Scott Freitag
Council Member

Phone: (801) 719-6969

Voted Into Office 2007
Term Ends 2015
Terms In Office 2

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