Winter Parking Restrictions

November 30, 2020

Keeping roads clear of additional vehicles increases safety for other drivers and reduces obstructions during snow removal. If cars are parked on a street during snow removal operations, the street may not get plowed, due to an increased risk for damage and collision. On snowy days or during snow/ice removal, citations will be issued for […]

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Preventing Package Theft

November 25, 2020

The holidays are here, and unfortunately so are the porch pirates. “Porch pirate” is the term used for people who search out unattended packages on porches, and take them. Thanks to online shopping we have the luxury of getting our holiday shopping done, and not having to leave our home. It’s nice and convenient, however if you aren’t […]

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Utah Strong Recovery Project

November 20, 2020

“Please reach out to us and we’ll reach right back.” The Utah Strong Recovery Project is a FEMA-funded state program to help Utahns impacted by the stressors of the Covid19 pandemic. It provides free and confidential counseling by FEMA-trained counselors to anyone in Utah in the form of emotional support, coping and problem-solving strategies, mental health […]

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Safe Holiday Season

October 23, 2020

Courtesy of the National Safety Council: Food Poisoning Is No Joke Keep your holidays happy by handling food safely. The foodsafety.gov website from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services provides some valuable holiday food safety tips:   Wash your hands frequently when handling food. Keep raw meat away from fresh produce. Use separate cutting boards, plate […]

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Did COVID Cancel Halloween?

October 21, 2020

When you think of the best and most fun family Halloween activities, memories of trick-or-treating around the neighborhood, all decked out in your best Halloween costume, visiting the nearest pumpkin patch on the perfect crisp, fall afternoon to find that perfect gourd to carve up, or eating the most delectable Halloween treats till you pass […]

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Safety Tips For Running In The Dark

October 14, 2020

With busy schedules and limited hours of daylight, some runners find their only time to run is in the darkness of early morning or evening. Running in daylight is always a safer choice, but if you have to run at night or in the early morning, make sure to follow these guidelines. Always Run Against […]

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Winterizing The Pressurized Irrigation

October 5, 2020

The Fall season brings cooler weather which means yard work is coming to a close until Spring.  The Public Works Department will begin their winterizing process for the pressurized irrigation system on October 12th. Your PI water will no longer be flowing by October 15th until it is re-energized in the Spring.  Draining the irrigation […]

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Fire Restrictions Extended

October 1, 2020

To reduce the risk of human caused wildfires during periods of high fire danger and severe fire weather conditions, Forest Service has extended all fire restrictions. PROHIBITIONS:The following acts are prohibited on all National Forest System lands described in this Order, within the exterior boundaries of the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest beginning Thursday, August 13, 2020 […]

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Utah County Mask Mandate

September 25, 2020

The Utah County Health Department has issued a Public Health Order in light of increased positive COVID test rates in our county. (A copy of the complete Order is attached for your review) Although our City policy has already been to wear face coverings in most situations, we want to reiterate this direction based on the […]

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COVID-19 Update

Effective June 29, 2020, masks are required to be worn in all city buildings.

For information updates, please click the COVID-19 link on our home page.