"I believe that Edmond has the greatest potential in Oklahoma. I believe in our future. I believe in community and serving together with all our gifts and talents. I believe in being known for what we are for, not what we're against. Please join me in continuing to make Edmond a Great place to live!"
- Josh Moore
- Economic Development
- Land Planning and Zoning Codes
- Project Design and Engineering
- Municipal Review Process
- Project Management
- Custom Homebuilding
- Edmond Board of Appeals and Adjustments
- Chitwood Farms HOA President
- Turtlecreek Commons HOA Board of Directors
- Youth Leadership Edmond
- Edmond Beautiful Board of Directors
- University of Central Oklahoma Foundation
- Turning Point Ministries Board of Directors
- St. Jude Dream Home Project Builder
- Edmond Chamber of Commerce
- Central Oklahoma Homebuilders Association
- The Voices of Crossings Choir & Orchestra
- Edmond Turkey Trot Organization Committee
- Francis Tuttle Carpentry Advisory Committee
- Leadership Edmond Class XX
- Citizen’s Government Academy
- 2010 Tayo Fichtl Young Professional Award
- 2012 Edmond Neighborhood Alliance Sunniest Neighbor
- Building Community
Hello, my name is Josh Moore. I am a husband, father of kindergarten twins, UCO graduate, and Edmond business owner. I build custom homes and develop small real estate projects that I want my family to be proud of for many years to come. I’m also running for Ward 2 - Edmond City Council seat that Elizabeth Waner has diligently served for 12 years. I, among many, am so thankful for the thousands of hours Elizabeth has given to our community! I am also thankful for this opportunity to introduce myself and explain why I want to be your next Ward 2 - Edmond City Councilman.
I’ve really had a fun and blessed life. I wasn’t raised with a silver spoon, but I never went without. I grew up as a preacher’s kid in Hooker, Oklahoma getting to watch my dad lead groups of all ages, while listening to no less than a million sermons. When you have the Oklahoma panhandle in your blood you understand that the secret to a tight-knit community is simply looking after one another. After my dad was in a bus accident paralyzing him from the waist down, I learned what it is like to have an entire town come together and build a handicapped accessible home for your family and hand over the keys with a smile. Edmond is much larger than Hooker, but it doesn’t take long to meet neighbors that share the same heart for community. Community is just one thing that will always make Edmond a special place to live and I don’t want that to change.
In high school I lived in the Rocky Mountains and explored hiking trails that lead to the bluest of blue skies. I learned to appreciate nature and this beautiful world that God has made. Edmond has a lot of natural beauty in our parks, trails, open spaces, and water features. I want that beauty to continue in all aspects as we examine future projects for our growing community.
After graduating from college at UCO I accepted a job in Edmond economic development. I began to meet City leaders and learned what it takes to fund a thriving community. I learned that it takes a network of council, city administrators, committee members, and business owners to work in harmony toward the same goal. We all want to live in a safe place that provides living, working, and learning opportunities for all ages and all backgrounds.
I’m ready to be a part of the Edmond city council to show my kids that we are building a Great city for them. I’m ready to show young professionals and young families that we can have a seat at the table, we can be reasonable, and we can have positive conversations with everyone. I’m ready to show all Edmond residents that traffic, police and fire, small business, smart growth, parks and recreation, education, and healthcare are priorities that make Edmond a wonderful place to live!
I appreciate your vote for Ward 2 – Edmond City Council.