Jeff Johnson | Mayor of the City of Isan

RE-ELECT 2022

Common name for the common good!

Re-Elect Mayor Jeff Johnson

This has been a fantastic year; full of exciting opportunities for the City of Isanti.  The City is growing and will continue to do so over the next few years.  The average house and property values continue to rise within our great city.  The City invites all residents to look at City ordinances even if you have in the past, some of these ordinances have been changed/ updated this past year for the City to become a bit friendlier to its residents.

The snow is upon us in the beautiful City of Isanti with some frigid days as well. With the cold weather brings fresh new ideas as the Council will hold a Goal Setting session at the end of January like it does every year.  We have high hopes for this meeting as it sets the objectives and direction for 2022 and beyond.  This year we have tackled large issues and have been successful in moving forward and in a positive direction.


The Council and I will be presenting ideas for the Goal setting objectives.  But more importantly, if you have ideas for specific projects or overall goals of the City, I want your voice heard and would love your input as our residents and taxpayers.   I grow more and more fond of this great City each and every day.   I am humbled by the great strides we have made and will continue to make for you all in the years to come as we continue to move Isanti into a brighter future   If there are any questions, comments, suggestions, or concerns, please feel free to reach out to me ANYTIME at jeffjohnson@isantimayor.com or call me via cell 612-236-7513.  
 

I hope everyone has a safe and fun winter!

Jeff Johnson Family - Mayor of Isanti, M
 
 

Issues that Matter

Mayor Jeff Johnson - City of Isanti, MN
  • Committed to keeping taxes low

  • Renewed focus on quality of education

  • Continue to attract new jobs to the area

  • Improve our roads and infrastructure

  • Full and absolute transparency

  • Work to create safer communities

  • A fresh outlook on limited government