Ross Day

For Keizer City Council

Ross and his family have lived in Keizer for over 20 years. As a local attorney and small business owner, husband and father, and experienced leader in Keizer, Ross knows our city is great – and he wants to keep it that way.

Ross Day

For Keizer City Council

Ross and his family have lived in Keizer for over 20 years. As a local attorney and small business owner, husband and father, and experienced leader in Keizer, Ross knows our city is great – and he wants to keep it that way.

Ross Day

My priorities for Keizer

Shelley and I are so grateful to be able to live, work, and raise our family in Keizer. Over the past 20 years we have lived in Keizer, we have been amazed by the incredible sense of community and spirit that defines Keizer.

I also know that at the city level, there is a lot of work to be done to ensure Keizer’s “neighborhood feel” while at the same time encouraging growth.

I am passionate about this community and committed to making sure we have a great future ahead. I will do this by giving our citizens a voice in our City’s leadership, running a transparent, efficient local government, supporting local businesses, making smart decisions about transportation and housing, and promoting balanced development.

My Focus

Support our small businesses and local economy. We need to support our small businesses like those along River Road. Businesses cannot not be saddled with over-regulation and unnecessary costs.

Balanced, smart development. We need to protect and enhance Keizer’s land supply by responsibly growing Keizer’s urban growth boundary and investing in our public spaces.

More affordable housing. Keizer lacks the residential inventory and housing options thriving communities rely upon. With smarter land-use policies, our City can welcome citizens to come here, live, work and stay.

Transparent, efficient leadership. I will work to meet your priorities and address our City’s challenges by working with you.

Solving congestion. As more people move to Keizer, but work in Salem, the existing north/south corridor is congested and unsafe. We need to develop a better option to solve this issue.