Roundy is concerned about transportation, where her priority is the overpass at 200 North and the railroad tracks. "I encourage more coordination with UDOT and our bordering cities," she says.
To help citizens have the information they need, Roundy wants to revive the city's Web site so that meeting agendas and recreation schedules are again available to citizens online.
Roundy is also a big supporter of parks. She looks forward to working on the Clover Club/Heritage Park site. She is a strong supporter of the East Mountain Wilderness Park. "I have often stood alone on this issue when the park was considered by others for a residential development," says Roundy.
Roundy is running for mayor because she believes "it's time for a change. I'm in a position to make that change."