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Recently Adopted Ordinances & Resolutions


O-392-17 PUD
O-391-17 
Cell Tower Ht
O-389-17 
Setbacks-Fencing
O-387-17 GRAMA
O
-385-16 Impact Fee Deferrals
O-383-16 PUD Not Cond. Use
O-382-16 
Subdivisions
O-381-16 
Bldgs-Construction
O-380-16 
Storm Water Mgmt
O-379-16 
Sidewalk Imprvmt
O-375-16 RAP Tax
O-373-15 Flag Lots
O-370-15 Construction Noise
R-416-17 FY17 Budget Amend.
R-414-17 Construct. Stds
R-410-17
FY17 1st Amend
R-406-17
 Arts Council Appt
R-405-17 City Park Reservations









        SUMMER REMINDERS

   
Summer is a great time of year to
enjoy the outdoors but there are some things to keep in mind. 

  - Do not leave children or pets in parked
     vehicles for ANY amount of time.
  - Drink fluids to avoid dehydration.
  - Do not water between 10 am & 6 pm
  - Wear Sunscreen and mosquito
     repellant.
  -  Maintain weeds before they become a
     fire hazard.
  - Keep animals on a leash. 
  

  
           WATER CONSERVATION

Even with our wet winter, this hot summer
can quickly take a toll on our water resources. Weber Basin offers programs and classes to help you conserve this precious resource. 
  - Do not water between 10 am - 6 pm and
     no more than 3 times a week in mid
     summer, twice a week in Spring and
     Fall.
  - Check to see how much water your
    sprinklers are applying and general
    items that may improve efficiency at 
  http://www.weberbasin.com/conservation


           2017 ELECTION

     The following individuals have filed as Candidates to run for Mayor and two City Council seats (4 year terms). 

 Mayor: Ken RomneyBrady Tracy

 City Council: Kelly Enquist, Heather Gardner, Alan Malan, Mark Preece
 
      Due to a recent withdrawal, a Primary Election for City Council is no longer necessary.  The General Election will be held on November 7, 2017.
    Click on candidate names to see Declaration forms, go to the Government tab above for more info, or Click here to access the County website.





   GAS PIPELINE PROJECT

     Questar Gas is in the process of replacing two high-pressure gas lines that run from North Salt Lake to Centerville, and they will be crossing West Bountiful from south to north over the course of 2017. In many cases, they will remain in their existing right-of-way, but they are also exploring moving the pipes into city streets where possible. This project will likely impact 1450 W, 400 N, Jessi’s Meadow Dr., Jessi’s Meadow Way, 1200 N, 1100 W, Pages Ln and Porter Ln.

     You can learn more and find updates at www.questargas.com/FL122. Questar Gas also has provided the following phone contacts residents can use anytime day or night for questions or concerns: 801-209-2635 (Alex) and 801-201-8314 (Sam). If you smell gas or there is a gas emergency call 800-323-5517. 
  

 



ADDRESS:
550 North 800 West
West Bountiful, UT 84087

PHONE:
801-292-4486
FAX: 801-292-6355

HOURS:
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Friday 7:30am - 3pm
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