In an uncontested re-election, Council Member Kolby Urban is set to serve another four-year term on the St. Cloud City Council, representing Seat 3. His candidacy was confirmed after officially qualifying at the Osceola County Supervisor of Elections Office.

“I am honored to be re-elected to serve and represent the great citizens of our community for another term,” Council Member Kolby Urban said after qualifying for St. Cloud City Council Seat 3.

Kolby is a lifelong resident of St. Cloud, a city he has seen grow and evolve over the years. Elected to the City Council in 2021, he has been an advocate for maintaining the small-town character that defines St. Cloud. His educational background includes graduation from Harmony High School and earning a Bachelor’s degree in Business from the University of Central Florida (UCF).

Kolby and his wife, Allison, are deeply rooted in the community, raising their daughter within the town they grew up in and now serve in. Professionally, Kolby works at Distinctive Homes, Inc., a local small family business in St. Cloud, where he applies his skills as a contractor.

Kolby Urban’s dedication to the St. Cloud community extends beyond his role on the City Council. He actively participates in various committees and organizations, including St. Cloud Main Street, Inc., the Osceola Council on Aging, the Toho Water Authority, and the Florida Municipal Power Agency (FMPA). This involvement in the St. Cloud community has helped him remain closely connected to the community’s needs and concerns, helping to shape policies that benefit St. Cloud’s residents.

His family’s love for the great outdoors and dedication to fostering family-friendly spaces often brings them to the St. Cloud Lakefront, where they enjoy community events and the natural beauty of the area.

Congratulations to Councilman Kolby Urban on securing another four-year term on the St. Cloud City Council, continuing his dedication to serving and enhancing our community.

For more information or to get in touch with Council Member Kolby Urban, visit the St. Cloud City Council website.