Your City Council at Work

On October 12th, the council met and took the following actions:

  1. Adopted an updated Storm Water Management Program and Water Conservation Plan for Syracuse City
  2. Amended the Parks Advisory Committee ordinance to create an alternate position
  3. Gave advice and consent for the appointment of Jackie O’Shea to serve on the Parks Advisory Committee as an alternate
  4. Authorized execution of an Interlocal Cooperation Agreement with Davis County for a Pollutant Discharge Elimination System, which is necessary to operate our storm sewer system
  5. Provided final plan approval (an administrative decision) for two developments:
    a. Aspire at Canterbury, at approximately 2376 West 1700 South, a townhome development
    b. RC’s Parkwest Subdivision Phase 1, at approximately 1693 West 2700 South, a mixture of townhomes and detached single family homes

The city council generally holds business meetings on the second Tuesday of each month, with non-voting work sessions held on fourth Tuesdays. It generally does not hold meetings on the fourth Tuesdays of November and December, due to holidays.

You can participate in council meetings by attending in person or virtually through Zoom. Public comment is accepted from both in-person and virtual attendees.

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