Your City Council at Work

On November 9, the council met in a business meeting and took the following actions:

  1. Recognized the heroic efforts of three citizens, who saved a neighbor from a burning home: Randal Ricker, Ashtyn Ricker, and Miranda Sleeman.
  2. Recognized the Utah Cold War Veterans and Larry Kerr’s efforts in helping them to be recognized.
  3. Amended the cemetery ordinance related to the maximum size of flat grave markers.
  4. Approved a zone change and development agreement related to property near 300 South and 1550 West from agricultural (A-1) zoning to Mixed-Use (MXD) and General Commercial (GC), which will include a hotel, six multi-family apartment buildings, and a row of single family homes.
  5. Awarded a construction contract for planned utility improvements in 2022.
  6. Approved participation in a WaterSMART grant to assist in the upgrade of culinary water meters to be read by radio.
  7. Authorized the acquisition of additional District 3 water for secondary water use from the Weber Basin Conservancy District.
  8. Authorized the communication of the city’s acceptance of UDOT’s proposal to relocate a secondary pond to a new location.
  9. Adopted amendments to the city budget.
  10. Authorized the donation of $5,000.00 to Safe Harbor, which operates the rape and domestic violence crisis center in Davis County. ARPA funds will be utilized for this expenditure.
  11. Authorized an agreement for enhanced mental health support for Syracuse first responders.
  12. Updated multiple references and cross-references within the Syracuse City Municipal Code.


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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