Public Work Updates

Take note that fix-it requests are still available on the new website beginning this month. It has a new look and a new way to enter the information. One of the exciting features is the “Notify Me” which allows you to be notified about the status of your fix-it request.

Road construction begins this month which will affect several small areas within the City. Project areas will be available on the website. Weekly email updates are available upon request at  

Secondary water – Clean your filters and have your valves turned off prior to April 15th. We expect to have the system to full pressure by April 17, 2019. Please call Public Works if you do not have secondary water by the 18th.

Blue Stakes-Remember to call 811 for Blue Stakes before you start installing fences, landscaping, sprinklers, RV Pads, accessory buildings, swimming pools, trampoline pits, or anything that requires digging. It is a state law to contact Blue Stakes of Utah at least two full business days prior to any digging, in order to have all utilities marked. Some utilities are located in backyards. Please be aware that if Blue Stakes is called for a project on or near your property, utility companies and City employees may need to enter your backyard in order to mark the utilities that are located in the backyard. This increases safety awareness to you or your contractor by knowing where underground utilities are located, so they do not risk damaging utilities. Blue Stake requests may also be submitted online at  

When do I need An Excavation Permit?

Excavation permits are required for any work (except landscaping) that is performed inside the city right-of-way (ie. road, sidewalk, park-strip). Examples may include widening a drive approach, repairing underground utilities, and so forth. Permits are obtained at Public Works and online.

What is a Storm Drain Illicit Discharge?

Any discharge into a storm drain system that is not composed entirely of storm water.

Some examples of an illicit discharge are:

Improper disposal of yard debris, excess fertilizer, grass clippings and leaves blown into the street.

Improper disposal of automobile and household chemicals, such as motor oil, fuel, cleaning solutions and pesticides.

Sediment from land disturbance activities, landscaping, tree removal, gardening, or construction.

Vehicle or equipment wash water such as soaps, chemicals, mud and dirt.

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