Linda Johnson

Vice Chair

Linda Johnson grew up on the east coast and spent 40 years in Colorado before moving to Utah in 2005. She and her husband worked as resort, ski industry, and general consultants, which she still does occasionally, under the family business name "Industrial Strength Solutions." "We felt we could find solutions to almost any kind of problem," she says," having been engineering and public relations consultants, a planning commissioner, a sanitation district president, and mayor and town board member of a small town, variously, and, I should add, parents and grandparents..."

After moving to Utah, Linda became involved with the League of Women Voters as Natural Resources (Environmental) Director, and was Co-President Of League of Women Voters Salt Lake for two terms, joining Breathe Utah in 2013. In addition, Linda is on Salt Lake County's Environmental Health Department's Citizen Advisory Commission, (EQAC) and also on their Healthy Salt Lake Water committee. She was appointed by then Mayor Peter Corroon to SLCO's Blue Ribbon Commission to update FCOZ, the Foothills and Canyons Overlay Zoning;and subsequently she was appointed by Mayor Ben McAdams to the new SLCO Mountainous Planning Commission.