Morris, Steve

Morris, Steve


Elected Officials

About Us

Woodbury City Council Candidate. You can visit me at or my facebook page. I'm a lifelong Minnesotan, growing up just down the road in North St. Paul. I've lived or worked in Woodbury for 20+ years, and have found it to be a great place to live and enjoy our neighbors.

I've worked for SuperAmerica for over 22 years in many roles including Director of Marketing, Director of Planning & Strategy and now overseeing Operations and Strategy for all of their Northern Division locations.

I serve on the Woodbury Planning Commission, am the Co-Chair of Community & Business Advisory Council (CBAC) for Metro Transit's Gold Line (BRT Line from Woodbury -> Union Depot) as well as on the Board of my neighborhoods HOA.

I enjoys serving as an Advisory Board member for the Non-Profit: United Heroes League and serving their mission towards helping military families stay healthy and active. ( as well as volunteering with many other groups such as Feed My Starving Children, Ronald McDonald House Charities, Children's Miracle Network & Gillette Specialty Healthcare, and Special Olympics of Minnesota.

I also spends his springs/summers and fall serving as a USA/ASA umpire, for over 10 years, I've received training through the National Umpire School, am a member of the Minneapolis Umpires Association and do games both in Minneapolis as well as for the Twin Cities Goodtime Softball league under NAGAAA and have umpired several World Series tournaments as well as the annual Special Olympics Fall Games held at HealthEast Sports Center



I have loved meeting neighbors, and hearing what's on their mind, what we're doing right and what we can work on
Sharing what's on my mind and how I think about certain things is also important when voters choose their candidate
Occasionally, you run across special residents, like this unicorn princess!
I've enjoyed working on the planning commission, and serving my neighbors and our city, and I'm ready for more!
Meeting folks along the Woodbury Days Parade was fun!
Near the parade finish, literally "running for city council" I never get tired of a hearty HELLO
Friends and Family that joined me in the parade