Public Works

As debris, grime, and dirt get onto our parking lots and driveways, prevent these pollutants from getting into the storm drain system by sweeping them up and discarding them into the garbage can. If we can each do our part, this will help prevent the pollutants from clogging up our storm drain pipes and will keep our waterways cleaner and our parking lots and driveways … Continue reading Public Works

Truth in Taxation Hearing

The City Council will hold a truth in taxation hearing on Tuesday, August 14th at 6:00 PM at Syracuse City Hall located at 1979 West 1900 South to consider a tax increase that would generate an additional $55,000 in fiscal year 2019.  This would be equivalent to $6.37 per year on an average home value of $305,000. The additional tax revenue would be used to fund a mandate created by the Utah Legislature’s … Continue reading Truth in Taxation Hearing

Syracuse Days Highlights

• Miss Syracuse Pageant: On Saturday, June 23, 2018, the Miss Syracuse and Miss Teen Syracuse Pageant took place. The pageant is done each year, in which the Queen and attendants are awarded scholarship money. Each woman has their own service platform to improve the community. The participants must have at least six hours of service each quarter in order to maintain their status. The … Continue reading Syracuse Days Highlights

Community Question Corner

Question: Why is the City watering its parks during the day? Answer:  Certainly, watering during nighttime hours is more efficient and will better care for your lawn. So why does the City water many of its parks during the day? There are two practical reasons. First, our parks require a lot of water – and consequently a lot of pressure – to adequately irrigate our … Continue reading Community Question Corner

Syracuse Mayor’s Message

Mother’s Battle With Chaos! Every mother of a boy experiences first-hand a private battle with entropy associated directly with him! Nearly every day of my youth, until my toys became larger than she could possibly throw, Mother would threaten, “Mike if you don’t pick up your toys I’m going to throw them up Spoon Creek!” Now, I had no idea where Spoon Creek was, but … Continue reading Syracuse Mayor’s Message

Open House for Roadway Projects

Syracuse and Clearfield cities are hosting an open house on Thursday, August 16, 2018 to discuss the proposed 500 West Roadway Extension and Improvements. The open house will be held in the large main hall at Bluff Ridge Elementary School (2680 S 775 W, Syracuse, Utah 84075) from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. The city proposes to 1) extend 500 West from 2010 South, intersecting … Continue reading Open House for Roadway Projects

A Soldiers Story

Honor.  Courage.  Commitment.  Those are the core values of the United States Marine Corps, and they are what drew me to that particular branch of the U.S. Military as a young 16-year-old kid.  Well, that, and a cool commercial with a young man going through an obstacle course and attacking a giant fire monster with a sword before transforming into a Marine standing at attention … Continue reading A Soldiers Story

Community Question

Who do we call for concerns with animals? Answer:  Lost cat? Noisy dog next door? For most animal concerns, contact Davis County Animal Control at (801) 444-2200. The County provides this service to our community by contract. Davis County Animal Services handles: pet licensing, adoption, microchipping, and spaying/neutering; lost, loose, or attacking animals; feral cats; excessive barking; and unlawfully keeping wild animals. They even help … Continue reading Community Question