New Council Member

Lisa Bingham In November, Councilmember Andrea Anderson resigned from the City Council because she and her family are moving to Utah County. According to State law, the City Council is required to appoint a new councilmember within 30 days to fill the seat for the remainder of the term. On December 11th, the City Council received several applications for candidates to fill the seat. Through … Continue reading New Council Member

Arts Council

 Updates The Syracuse City Arts Council is happy to announce that the board has chosen Beauty and the Beast for the 2019 summer musical. We are excited to be putting on this unique and beloved show. The dates of the show will be from July12-20. The Board is currently accepting letters of interest for the production team. Please visit the Syracuse City Arts Council web … Continue reading Arts Council

Carbon Monoxide Safety

Often called the silent killer, carbon monoxide (CO) is an invisible, odorless, colorless gas created when fuels burn incompletely. In the home, heating and cooking equipment including furnaces, ranges, water heaters, room heaters and even clothes dryers can be sources of carbon monoxide. Please follow these important safety tips for your home: Install CO alarms in a central location outside sleeping areas on every level … Continue reading Carbon Monoxide Safety

Public Works Updates

Public Works Updates Frozen Water Pipes: Freezing outdoor temperatures can cause water lines to freeze. Here are a few simple precautions to avoid burst pipes:  • Insulate exposed pipes and hose bibs • Disconnect garden hoses • Seal leaks • Let water drip overnight • Open cabinet doors to allow heat to get to uninsulated pipes under sinks near exterior walls Pollution  Often we think … Continue reading Public Works Updates

Island Fundraiser Thank You

ISyracuse City thanks all individuals and businesses who sponsored The Syracuse ISLAND project during our October fund drive. The project raised over $41,000 in cash sponsorship, plus additional in-kind sponsorship of labor and materials. This will go toward improvements, such as (much-needed) shade structures to provide refuge from the hot summer sun. Did you miss the deadline? No worries, you can still be a sponsor. … Continue reading Island Fundraiser Thank You

Syracuse Fire Department Announcements

Syracuse Fire Department is proud to announce that Syracuse City will receive the ISO (Insurance Services Office) Class 3 public protection rating, effective February 1, 2019. This is a huge improvement from our last ISO survey in which we were assigned a Class 4 rating.    ISO is a third-party independent agency that evaluates and classifies over 46,000 fire protection areas across the United States, and as … Continue reading Syracuse Fire Department Announcements

Public Works Updates

Tree Trimming Protect your trees that extend over the sidewalks and roadways from being damaged by vehicles and pedestrians. When pruning trees, remember 7-11: you must allow a clearance of 7 feet over a sidewalk and 11 feet over a street. With this clearance, it allows service vehicles such as garbage trucks, mail delivery, and street maintenance vehicles full access and increases visibility to traffic … Continue reading Public Works Updates

Employee Spotlight-Ladd Kendall

Employee Spotlight-Ladd Kendall Ladd Kendall is a stellar Public Works employee of Syracuse City, working as a Facility Maintenance Technician. When Kendall isn’t at work he enjoys spending time with his horses and outdoors. “When he is not fixing things, he spends time with his family,” said Robert Whiteley. Kendall was awarded Employee of the Month for May 2018. Thank you for your hard work … Continue reading Employee Spotlight-Ladd Kendall