Supervisor Daryl Seymore was appointed to the Board of Supervisors in December 2019 to fill the vacancy created by the appointment of Steve Williams to the Court of Appeals. District IV is comprised of the communities of Show Low, Linden, Pinedale, Clay Springs, Heber-Overgaard and a portion of Pinetop-Lakeside.
Seymore currently serves as the Mayor of Show Low and has served in that
capacity since 2012, running unopposed in 2016 for a second four-year term. He
was first elected to the City Council in 2004. Significant accomplishments of
his administration include remodeling
the old Frontier building into the current city hall; building a new public library; acquiring the balance of the meadow for public open space;
former auto dealership into a state-of-the-art public safety building; completing
a $10 million upgrade of the city’s wastewater treatment plant; revitalizing the
streetscape of downtown Show Low and enhancing the city’s civic center; acquiring
three private water companies to expand the city’s system and customer base; working with developers to create a regional auto mall; attracting big-box and other
national retailers to locate in Show Low; and taking a proactive stance in
paying down the PSPRS (Public Safety Personnel Retirement System) debt,
recently paying close to 50% of the city’s unfunded liability.
addition, with the goal of maintaining a high quality of life to match the
area’s beautiful setting, recreational activities for all ages have been
expanded by renovating the aquatic center, installing new children’s
playgrounds and outdoor fitness equipment at City Park, creating a community
fishing program in collaboration with Arizona Game and Fish, constructing
outdoor pickleball courts, and upgrading the city’s ball fields and sports
Seymore was born and raised in Show Low
He attended Stevens-Henager business college and ASU.
He lived in Utah
for 10 years, where he was a contractor and developer. The company he owned was
Utah County’s largest builder. He returned to Show Low, where he has served as a
Farmers Insurance agent for the past 29
years. He received Farmers Insurance’s highest agent designation as a member of
the Farmers Presidents’ Council, an honor that only the top 1% of all Farmers agents
Seymore enjoys serving the community and making life better for all citizens.
a member of the League of Cities Executive Committee and a former Chairman of the
Apache and Navajo Counties Mayors and Councilmembers Association. Supervisor
Seymore will serve on the National Association of Counties, Economic &
Workforce Development Committee.
his wife Jane have 30 grandchildren and try to spend time watching them grow
up. Supervisor Seymore loves the outdoors and playing golf. He is active in his faith and
tries to help others when possible
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