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Randy Moorman is an Arvada City Council Member, a member of Arvada United Methodist Church, and an active member of their Green Team.
Newly elected to the Arvada City Council in Colorado in November 2021, Randy Moorman believes the strength of a community is determined by how residents treat and support each other. He is dedicated to building relationships and creating an environment where everyone’s voice can be heard. Before being elected to Arvada City Council, Randy served on the Arvada Sustainability Advisory Committee for five years and gathered community feedback for a variety of issues relating to the City’s infrastructure and environment. Randy also serves on the Mountain Sky Conference Creation Justice Task Force, is a member of Arvada UMC and an active member of their Green Team.
Randy currently works for Eco-Cycle, a recycling non-profit, and serves as a Board of Director for Recycle Colorado. With more than 22 years of experience working in environmental policy, Randy is passionate about developing the circular economy in Colorado, where materials are recycled instead of landfilled and made into new products, creating local jobs.
After graduating from Purdue University with a degree in ecology, Randy left his home state of Indiana. He went to Nicaragua to serve as a United Methodist Missionary, learned Spanish, and worked alongside Nicaraguans to build an eco-tourism operation that provided jobs for local families and a sustainable alternative to deforestation. It was there in the Central American rainforest where he first experienced the power of community in finding long-term social and economic solutions.