About Ryan

Ryan and his wife Allyson are 12-year residents of Park City, small-business owners, and parents to their daughters Campbell (6), Caroline (3), and dog, Finnigan (7). They love to hike, bike, ski, see live music, relax with family and friends, and soak up every drop of culture and recreation Park City has to offer. Service to the community is a core family value: Ryan is a first-term Park City councilor, former chair of the Snyderville Basin Planning Commission, member of the Snyderville Basin Water Reclamation District board, Past President of Park City Rotary, and has logged countless volunteer hours in the community.

In his time on council, Ryan has been recognized by the community as an independent, analytical, and effective leader, with a penchant for lowering the temperature in contentious debates. Ryan is proud to have worked with each of his council colleagues on issues important to them, helping bridge the gap between councilors new and old.

Prior to Park City, Ryan earned an undergraduate degree from The Colorado College and M.B.A. from Duke, and held leadership positions at Accenture and IBM, where he provided advisory consulting services to Fortune 100 business leaders, primarily in the transportation and retail industries. Ryan has consulted for international logistics firms, nearly every major airline, and multiple national retailers.

Ryan and Allyson moved to Park City in 2011, where Ryan founded Model HOA, now a leading Park City community association management company. Allyson joined the business as general manager soon after. With over 1,200 units under management in town, Ryan brings a unique insight into the day-to-day needs of a broad cross-section of Park City residents — a strong asset for decision-making on behalf of the community.

Ryan entered public service in 2017 with his appointment to the Snyderville Basin Planning Commission, where he was reappointed two more times over the next five years. Ryan was elected by his peers to serve as chair, leading the commission in 2021-22 through several challenging development applications, including the denial of Dakota Pacific’s tech center redevelopment project. During this time, Ryan built great relationships with leaders throughout Summit County, earning praise for his collegiality, patience, and respectful style.


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To contribute by check: Please make a check out to Ryan Dickey for City Council and mail it to:

PO Box 2938, Park City, UT 84060