Paul joined the City of Billings Parks, Recreation and Public Lands Department in April of 2014. Paul attended Warren Township High School in Gurnee, Illinois. After graduating high school, Paul pursued his Junior Hockey career, playing in Minnesota and California. He enrolled at Utah State University and obtain his Bachelor of Science Degree in Recreation Resource Management in 2012, where he also played collegiate hockey. Paul graduated from the University of Montana with his Masters of Public Administration (MPA) in 2019.  After spending nearly 5 years in the department as a Recreation Specialist providing youth and adult recreational programs to the community, Paul accepted the position as the Community Outreach and Engagement Coordinator in March of 2019. Paul enjoys meeting and working with members of the Billings community. He finds great value in providing volunteer and engagement opportunities for the community and creating avenues for individuals and groups to support our Parks. He believes that through his position, he will be able to better connect the community to the many Parks and open spaces that make Billings unique. Paul spends his recreational time with his wife Michelle and their four legged sidekicks Austin and Zoie. When he is not at work, he can be found hiking, biking, fly fishing, rafting, camping, cooking or playing hockey. One of his most cherished accomplishments was finishing the LoToJa (Logan, UT to Jackson, WY) race, the longest single-day USAC-sanctioned bicycle race in the country at 206 miles.

  • Posted on: February 15, 2022