Nampa Mayor Debbie Kling will recommend Dale Reynolds for Nampa City Council Seat 4. This seat was recently vacated by Sandi Levi, who served on Nampa City Council for seven years and recently stepped down. The Nampa City Council will be asked to approve the appointment at the May 16 council meeting.
A review committee comprised of seven Nampa residents and four staff members provided the initial review of the 11 applications received. The three finalists recommended to Mayor Kling were Margie Potter, Dale Reynolds and Wendy Rhodes. The finalists were interviewed by two current Nampa City Council members, one former council person, Mayor Kling and Rick Hogaboam, Chief of Staff. The final recommendation that came from the entire interview process was Dale Reynolds.
Mayor Kling said, “Thank you to all who applied to serve our community on the Nampa City Council. We had a number of excellent candidates who could have served our community. As an Idaho native, active community volunteer and local business owner, Dale Reynolds will represent Nampa well. He brings a broad set of experiences which will add value to our council.”
Reynolds was honored by the appointment and said, "I am humbled and grateful for such an opportunity. I look forward to being of service to the citizens of Nampa."
Reynolds is an Idaho native and has lived in Nampa for the past eight years. He has owned Icon Mechanical for the past 17 years. He has been an active community member and volunteer who has served in a variety of positions including the Treasure Valley God and Country Festival board member and current president, Wyakin Warrior Foundation mentor, hunter education instructor, Shadow Butte Elementary PTO president, Gem County Chamber of Commerce board member, and a former reserve deputy Sheriff and volunteer firefighter. He has previously served as the Chairman on the Gem County Planning and Zoning Commission and Gem County Assessor. Reynolds is also currently serving as a member on the State of Idaho’s Permanent Building Fund Advisory Council. He graduated from Emmett High School and attended the College of Western Idaho and Boise State University.
If approved, Reynolds would be sworn into office Mon., June 6, 2022.