Administrative Control Board


Appointed by the Summit County Council, the five Administrative Control Board members oversee the financial planning and budget allocation. As well, these members appoint high-level positions within the department to ensure only the best and brightest run the day-to-day operations of the PCFD.

Michael Howard, Chair | 435-940-2500

Alex Butwinski, Vice Chair

Alex moved here from New Jersey in 1999 following a career founding and managing an international consulting firm. He has served as a Park City Council Member and most recently as the Board President of the Park City Summit County Arts Council. As with so many others he came for the winters and stayed for the summers. Two of his favorite things are motorcycle adventures and trips back to New Jersey to visit his 2 ½ year old granddaugher. | 435-940-2500

Jay Dyal, Secretary

Jay is originally from Texas and has resided in a number of states. He moved to Utah in 1996 and to Park City in 2006 where he now resides with his wife, a teacher at Park City High School, and four daughters. Jay has an educational background in Advertising and Psychology and is currently pursuing a law degree. He has worked in the emergency response field for over twenty five years for a number of agencies, including the Department of Defense, spending almost a year in Antarctica. Recently, he has moved into the area of mediation services. Jay is currently serving his second term with the ACB. | 435-940-2500


Christina Miller, Treasurer

For the last 22 years, Christina has lived and worked in Park City and donates her time to various organizations in town. Christina has served on the Park City Fire District Administrative Control Board since being appointed by Summit County in January 2013 and enjoys serving with her fellow Commissioners. | 435-940-2500

Jeremy Rubell, Member

Jeremy is currently serving his first term with Administrative Control Board and the Park City Council.  His professional background centers around providing strategic advisory services to the public utilities industry, with a strong emphasis in risk management, fiscal responsibility, and technology enablement.  Jeremy, his wife, and 2 young daughters all have a deep appreciation for the work of PCFD.  The health, safety, and welfare of our community is of the highest priority; it is an honor to collaborate regarding the future of Park City and the surrounding areas. | 435-940-2500