About West Bountiful

WEST BOUNTIFUL CITY - Strength - Unity - Family     

West Bountiful was first settled in 1848 as pioneers made their way into the territory. It was incorporated as a town on January 28, 1949 and became a city in 1962.

The City is located about eight miles north of Salt Lake City and twenty-nine miles south of Ogden.

The City operates under a six-member form of government, consisting of a Mayor and five Council Members. With the consent of the Council, the Mayor appoints a City Administrator to serve as the Chief Administrative Officer.

The 5,500 residents enjoy a quiet, rural, equestrian lifestyle. Cultural activities are provided through a monthly concert series and arts displays. Major events include 4th of July celebration, Founders' Day celebration, and special activities for Halloween, Easter and Christmas.

The City benefits from a vibrant commercial district along 500 West between 400 North and 500 South, with a variety of goods and services from Restaurants and Deli's to Home Improvement and Savings Club businesses.

The City provides the following services: full-time Police Department, Water Utility, Storm Drain Utility, Refuse (Garbage and Recycling), Streets, Parks and Trails, Business Licensing, and Building Permitting and Inspections.

Fire services are provided by the South Davis Metro Fire District. Sanitary Sewer services are provided by the South Davis Sewer District. Animal Care and Control services are provided by Davis County.

WELCOME TO WEST BOUNTIFUL!!                        

Grady Tanner accomplished quite a feat when he decided to build a monument welcoming the public to West Bountiful City as his Eagle Scout project. The result of his 2 year project stands just south of the Country Inn & Suites on 500 West. Grady's hard work and dedication is a tribute to West Bountiful that we will all enjoy for many years. Thank you, Grady -- your commitment and tenacity has given us all something we can be proud of!