City of South Salt Lake

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  • Wednesday Nov. 18

    Bickley Park Opens!

    New playground at the Columbus Center
    more ▼ less ▲

    Bickley Park -- our newest park and playground -- is now open to the public. This park features a playground, musical instruments, swings and a globe spinner. Learn more about this park and the two amazing residents who inspired it!

     See it in action on KSLTV.com and article on Deseret News

  • Tuesday Nov. 17

    PAL Thanksgiving Service Project

    Feed local Families
    more ▼ less ▲
  • Wednesday Nov. 11

    No Waste Pickup on Thanksgiving


    more ▼ less ▲

    Garbage and recycling will not be collected on Thanksgiving Day (Thursday, Nov. 26). Service will be delayed one day, starting with the holiday.

  • Wednesday Nov. 11

    Virus Rec-ed Holiday!

    Hunt for ornaments throughout SSL!
    more ▼ less ▲

    Looking for some festive and socially-distanced fun in SSL? The Recreation Department is hosting a holiday scavenger hunt throughout SSL. Join us December 1-11 to hunt the streets for hoiday ornaments!

    Email: mclark@sslc.com to join the fun!

    Virus Rec'ed Holiday 2020

  • Tuesday Nov. 10

    Preparing for Plows

    Help keep the streets clear!
    more ▼ less ▲

    Winter is here, and that means plenty of snow is on the way! While our Public Works Department is hard at work keeping the streets clear, there are a few things residents can do to help them out:

    • Remove snow from your sidewalks and parking lots
    • Keep snow out of the roads when shoveling
    • Avoid parking in the streets after a snowfall

    Plowing begins after one inch of snow accumulates on the roadways and will continue until it is safe to drive. For more information on our plowing schedule, routes and operations, see our Snow Removal webpage.

     

  • Monday Nov. 9

    New COVID-19 Restrictions Announced


    more ▼ less ▲

    Governor Herbert has announced a Utah State of Emergency, as well as new COVID-19 restrictions, citing unsustianable growth in transmission rates throughout the state. These restrictions include:

    • Statewide mask mandate - All Utahns must wear a mask if within 6 feet of someone from outside their immediate household.
    • Social gatherings suspended - All social gatherings that include people from outside an individual's immediate household are suspended until November 23.
    • Extracurricular activities suspended - All school sports and activities are suspended until November 23. Exceptions to this rule include playoff and championship games, as well as intercollegiate sports.
    • Testing operaton expanded - Utah will begin weekly COVID-19 testing for university students, and will expand these efforts to high school students and teachers, as well as those in the workplace under 35 yearts old.

    View the full announcement.

  • Wednesday Nov. 4

    Holiday Donations now Open

    Help those in need this holiday season
    more ▼ less ▲

    Help families and youth throughout our community experience the magic of the holidays this year. Donate here.

     

    SSL 2020 Holiday Donations

  • Wednesday Nov. 4

    SSL Outdoor Mural Gallery Map


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    We now have 25 murals in the downtown area! 

    Mural Fest Map

  • Tuesday Nov. 3

    Financial Empowerment Center


    more ▼ less ▲

    Free, virtual coaching sessions for SSL residents!

    FEC - SSL/MACU

  • Friday Oct. 30

    November OTM City Newsletter

    News and Happenings During the Month of November 2020
    more ▼ less ▲

    Be sure to read the City's current news and happenings in the November 2020 OTM Newsletter.

  • Thursday Oct. 29

    Rent a Dumpster

    Resident Roll-Off Dumpster Rental
    more ▼ less ▲

    In need of a dumpster? Do we have a deal for you! SSL residental garbage customers may rent a dumpster to be delivered curbside for $25. Fill out the FORM and email to utility@sslc.com. We will call you to schedule your reservation date, first come first served. 

    Dumpster Rental

  • Wednesday Oct. 28

    Selection of the Citizen Review Board Members

    5-Step Process
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    Mayor Cherie Wood’s City Council Meeting Comments 10/28/2020

    On Monday, June 8, 2020 and following a weekend of protests which erupted after the news of George Floyd’s death, I made a statement reflecting those speaking out against acts of police brutality and systemic racism around the U.S., "We have no tolerance for racial or any other injustice in South Salt Lake. Everyone deserves to feel safe no matter the color of your skin, your gender or identity. Our work will not be finished until we all feel safe.” 

    At that time, we as a City set the wheels in motion to create an Independent Citizen Review Board. State code defines one of my duties as Mayor to appoint all boards of the City. My objective for tonight is to share with residents and the City Council a clear and transparent 5-Step Process for selecting members for this board. Along with the valued advice and consent of the City Council, I will uphold the Law by appointing a fair, unbiased and qualified Citizen Review Board. The members of the board will apply and be interviewed by a Selection Committee. At the close of their work, the Selection Committee will send their recommended members to me. I can then present these recommendations to the Council.

    Over the last several months, I am pleased with what is happening, the issues and concerns that are being raised, and believe we are moving forward in the right direction in the development of a Citizen Review Board. 

    Before we proceed, I would like to reiterate that both City and State Code make it clear that one of my duties and responsibilities as Mayor is to appoint members of all statutory boards for the City. As an elected official, I have sworn to uphold the law as well as represent the needs and desires of constituents of our community, and believe strongly in not only investing in people, but in listening to them.

    And since June, I have been listening and evaluating comments and concerns from City Council meetings and concerned citizens to better understand what is desired for an independent review board. I have spent much time researching existing and successful review boards from within the state and across the Country. In addition to the proposed 5-Step Process, I do need to point out that the Citizens Review Board will require funding from our City’s budget. In order to achieve the fair and thorough results we seek, the board will need resources, expertise, staff support, and I ask the Council for their shared support here. 

    Now onto the 5-Step Process for the Selection of the Citizen Review Board Members

    Step 1. Promote the Process. All goals of the Citizen Review Board will be publicly announced along with the opportunity for involvement on the Citizen Review Board. Announcements will be made:

    1. In Utility Bills 
    2. The OTM Monthly Newsletter
    3. City and Mayor’s Social Media Channels (Facebook, Instagram and Twitter) 
    4. And The City’s Website: sslc.com
    5. Word of mouth and personal invitations, and I encourage all of you to share and help get the word out.

    Step 2.  Call for Citizen Review Board Applications. 

    This will be available on:

    1. The City Website: sslc.com
    2. Via phone or email request to the Mayor's Office and a Virtual Public Information Session Announcement will include an outline of time allocated and questions to be addressed. We will mail printed copies if needed.

    Step 3.  Virtual Information Session. Invitations will be sent to those applicants who express interest in serving on the Citizen Review Board.

    1. Information session will review the determined duties/responsibilities/time requirements of the Citizen Review Board. 
    2. A participant Q&A session will be included.

     Step 4.  Appoint Selection Committee members. 

    1. The independent Selection Committee will include a combination of subject experts in the areas of racial justice, equity, civics, community involvement and/or public safety. 
    2. To ensure an unbiased and independent Selection Committee it will not include current residents or employees of South Salt Lake.
    3. Additionally, the Mayor and City Council members will not serve on the Selection Committee. 
    4. The Selection Committee will review all
  • Tuesday Oct. 27

    Leaf Bags Available


    more ▼ less ▲

    South Salt Lake residents can participate in an annual leaf bag collection program. Each fall season, five leaf bags are supplied to residents at no cost.

    To request your bags, call 801-483-6045 and provide your name and address. Your leaf bags will then be delivered to your doorstep. The leaf bags will be picked up curbside through the end of November.

  • Monday Oct. 26

    Hydrant Flushing

    Beginning 10/26
    more ▼ less ▲

    This necessary maintenance activity will continue for the next several weeks.

    SSL Hydrant Flushing

  • Wednesday Oct. 21

    Now Hiring


    more ▼ less ▲

    Visit our employment page to apply

  • Tuesday Oct. 20

    3300 South Construction Projects

    3 projects east of 500 East
    more ▼ less ▲
    🚧 Permitted construction is ongoing along 3300 South 🚧
     
    📍 500 East 3300 South
     
    🚜Three projects are underway🏗:
    1- Granite Library
    2- Twin Oaks Assisted Living
    3- Granite Townhomes - Wasatch Residental Group
     
    Impacts to the surrounding community are mitigated by inspections. Construction activity can be expected between 7 a.m. and 10 p.m. If you have a concern, reach out to the City.
     
    We are excited to welcome these projects and know they will be great additions to our City on the Move.

     

     

  • Tuesday Oct. 20

    Check out SSL Social Media!

    Find out what's happening around South Salt Lake
    more ▼ less ▲

    Our social media provides updates on important happenings and communiy events every day. From the Halloween Spooktacular Drive-Thru to updated voting information for the 2020 election, we have you covered!

    TwitterfacebookInstagram icon
  • Tuesday Oct. 20

    Take Our Transportation Survey

    Local Link Transit Survey
    more ▼ less ▲

    Local Link has two opportunities for you to provide input and transform the way you travel in and around the city. Visit locallinkstudy.com/feedback today to prioritize recommended projects and to take a short transit survey. 

    Local Link Graphic

  • Tuesday Oct. 6

    Columbus Library Closed

    The Columbus Library is permanently closed
    more ▼ less ▲

    The County Library has decided to decommission the Columbus Library Branch, effective immediately. 

    This decision was reached by the Library Board for several reasons:

    • All South Salt Lake buildings remain closed to the public as city staff continue to build a cache of supplies to protect employees and the public.
    • Low utilization of curbside services at the Columbus Branch.
    • The square footage doesn't allow for more than 2 patrons in the facility at a time with social distancing (w/ 2 employees present).
    • The uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic and the anticipated closure of the Columbus Library planned for late spring/early summer to move services to the Granite Library.   

    We have been advised that library staff will be utilized at other locations. The new Granite Branch is under construction and anticipated to open in summer 2021.

    To find a library branch near you visit: https://www.slcolibrary.org/locations/locations

  • Thursday Oct. 1

    October 2020 OTM City Newsletter

    Read All About City News & Happenings
    more ▼ less ▲

    Check out all that is happening in October around the City

  • Tuesday Sep. 29

    Council to review Civilian Review Board


    more ▼ less ▲

    "It has become particularly clear to me that forming a citizen review board in South Salt Lake isn't an allegation of Police deficiencies on behalf of our City Council, it's a commitment of trust from our City Council to our community." - Police Chief Jack Carruth

    The City Council meeting will be held at 7 pm 09/30 via Zoom. Link to Zoom meeting.

    To learn more about the Civilian Review Board, read the full story.

  • Monday Sep. 21

    Bond Underwriting Services RFP

    Request for Proposals - Bond Underwriting Services for the RDA
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    Request for Proposal

    South Salt Lake Redevelopment Agency

    Bond Underwriting Services

     

    The South Salt Lake Redevelopment Agency is accepting proposals for qualified municipal bond underwriting services.The selected respondent will serve as the underwriter in the sale of the Agency’s refinancing and issuance of an Excise Tax and Tax Increment Bond, series 2020 and work with the Agency and the Agency’s financial advisory and bond counsel to accomplish the sale. A detailed listing of the scope of services, information on the bond to be issued, objective and scope of work, proposal qualification requirements, evaluation of proposals, and submission of proposal requirements may be obtained on the Utah Public Notice Website, SciQuest or by contacting the South Salt Lake City Recorder’s Office. At cburton@southsaltlakecity.com, or calling 1-801-483-6027

     

    Electronic responses will be accepted at cburton@southsaltlakecity.com in the Recorder’s Office until 2:00 p.m. MDT. on Wednesday, September 30,2020.  Bids received after 2:00 p.m.  MDT on that date will not be accepted.

     

    The Redevelopment Agency of South Salt Lake City reserves the right to reject any or all proposals submitted and to request additional information from all responders.

     

    Full RDA RFP document

  • Tuesday Sep. 8

    Wind Damage September 2020

    Updates and FAQs
    more ▼ less ▲

    The quickest recourse for any damage caused by the recent wind events is to contact your homeowners insurance or vehicle insurance (in the event of vehicle damage).

    Mayor's Declaration of Emergency 

     

     

    Residential garbage customers can utilize the transfer station on the 1st and 3rd Saturdays, call 801-483-6000 to obtain a card to dump. Green-waste can also be taken to the landfill located at 6030 West California Ave, is open 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday.

     

    FAQs

    Who should I contact for limbs or trees down on City Property?

    Call SSL Public Works 801-483-6045 to report an issue on City property.

     

    How do I report a power line that is down or a power outage?

    Rocky Mountain Power can be reached at 877-508-5088, text OUT to 759677 or visit Rocky Mountain Power

     

    Where do I report damage to my property due to the wind?

    Residents should report property damage to their insurance company.

    Salt Lake County residents can also complete the survey at the link below to assist in determining a Countywide damage assessment: https://arcg.is/0SuWXP

     

    Closures

    All City Facilities and Buildings

    Including: City Hall, Columbus Community Center, Historic Scott School, Central Park Community Center, Public Safety Building, Public Works

  • Tuesday Sep. 1

    September 2020 OTM City Newsletter

    Read All About Events and Happenings
    more ▼ less ▲
  • 2020-11-18

    Bickley Park Opens!

    New playground at the Columbus Center
    more ▼ less ▲

    Bickley Park -- our newest park and playground -- is now open to the public. This park features a playground, musical instruments, swings and a globe spinner. Learn more about this park and the two amazing residents who inspired it!

     See it in action on KSLTV.com and article on Deseret News

  • 2020-11-17

    PAL Thanksgiving Service Project

    Feed local Families
    more ▼ less ▲
  • 2020-11-11

    No Waste Pickup on Thanksgiving


    more ▼ less ▲

    Garbage and recycling will not be collected on Thanksgiving Day (Thursday, Nov. 26). Service will be delayed one day, starting with the holiday.

  • 2020-11-11

    Virus Rec-ed Holiday!

    Hunt for ornaments throughout SSL!
    more ▼ less ▲

    Looking for some festive and socially-distanced fun in SSL? The Recreation Department is hosting a holiday scavenger hunt throughout SSL. Join us December 1-11 to hunt the streets for hoiday ornaments!

    Email: mclark@sslc.com to join the fun!

    Virus Rec'ed Holiday 2020

  • 2020-11-10

    Preparing for Plows

    Help keep the streets clear!
    more ▼ less ▲

    Winter is here, and that means plenty of snow is on the way! While our Public Works Department is hard at work keeping the streets clear, there are a few things residents can do to help them out:

    • Remove snow from your sidewalks and parking lots
    • Keep snow out of the roads when shoveling
    • Avoid parking in the streets after a snowfall

    Plowing begins after one inch of snow accumulates on the roadways and will continue until it is safe to drive. For more information on our plowing schedule, routes and operations, see our Snow Removal webpage.

     

  • 2020-11-09

    New COVID-19 Restrictions Announced


    more ▼ less ▲

    Governor Herbert has announced a Utah State of Emergency, as well as new COVID-19 restrictions, citing unsustianable growth in transmission rates throughout the state. These restrictions include:

    • Statewide mask mandate - All Utahns must wear a mask if within 6 feet of someone from outside their immediate household.
    • Social gatherings suspended - All social gatherings that include people from outside an individual's immediate household are suspended until November 23.
    • Extracurricular activities suspended - All school sports and activities are suspended until November 23. Exceptions to this rule include playoff and championship games, as well as intercollegiate sports.
    • Testing operaton expanded - Utah will begin weekly COVID-19 testing for university students, and will expand these efforts to high school students and teachers, as well as those in the workplace under 35 yearts old.

    View the full announcement.

  • 2020-11-04

    Holiday Donations now Open

    Help those in need this holiday season
    more ▼ less ▲

    Help families and youth throughout our community experience the magic of the holidays this year. Donate here.

     

    SSL 2020 Holiday Donations

  • 2020-11-04

    SSL Outdoor Mural Gallery Map


    more ▼ less ▲

    We now have 25 murals in the downtown area! 

    Mural Fest Map

  • 2020-11-03

    Financial Empowerment Center


    more ▼ less ▲

    Free, virtual coaching sessions for SSL residents!

    FEC - SSL/MACU

  • 2020-10-30

    November OTM City Newsletter

    News and Happenings During the Month of November 2020
    more ▼ less ▲

    Be sure to read the City's current news and happenings in the November 2020 OTM Newsletter.

  • 2020-10-29

    Rent a Dumpster

    Resident Roll-Off Dumpster Rental
    more ▼ less ▲

    In need of a dumpster? Do we have a deal for you! SSL residental garbage customers may rent a dumpster to be delivered curbside for $25. Fill out the FORM and email to utility@sslc.com. We will call you to schedule your reservation date, first come first served. 

    Dumpster Rental

  • 2020-10-28

    Selection of the Citizen Review Board Members

    5-Step Process
    more ▼ less ▲

    Mayor Cherie Wood’s City Council Meeting Comments 10/28/2020

    On Monday, June 8, 2020 and following a weekend of protests which erupted after the news of George Floyd’s death, I made a statement reflecting those speaking out against acts of police brutality and systemic racism around the U.S., "We have no tolerance for racial or any other injustice in South Salt Lake. Everyone deserves to feel safe no matter the color of your skin, your gender or identity. Our work will not be finished until we all feel safe.” 

    At that time, we as a City set the wheels in motion to create an Independent Citizen Review Board. State code defines one of my duties as Mayor to appoint all boards of the City. My objective for tonight is to share with residents and the City Council a clear and transparent 5-Step Process for selecting members for this board. Along with the valued advice and consent of the City Council, I will uphold the Law by appointing a fair, unbiased and qualified Citizen Review Board. The members of the board will apply and be interviewed by a Selection Committee. At the close of their work, the Selection Committee will send their recommended members to me. I can then present these recommendations to the Council.

    Over the last several months, I am pleased with what is happening, the issues and concerns that are being raised, and believe we are moving forward in the right direction in the development of a Citizen Review Board. 

    Before we proceed, I would like to reiterate that both City and State Code make it clear that one of my duties and responsibilities as Mayor is to appoint members of all statutory boards for the City. As an elected official, I have sworn to uphold the law as well as represent the needs and desires of constituents of our community, and believe strongly in not only investing in people, but in listening to them.

    And since June, I have been listening and evaluating comments and concerns from City Council meetings and concerned citizens to better understand what is desired for an independent review board. I have spent much time researching existing and successful review boards from within the state and across the Country. In addition to the proposed 5-Step Process, I do need to point out that the Citizens Review Board will require funding from our City’s budget. In order to achieve the fair and thorough results we seek, the board will need resources, expertise, staff support, and I ask the Council for their shared support here. 

    Now onto the 5-Step Process for the Selection of the Citizen Review Board Members

    Step 1. Promote the Process. All goals of the Citizen Review Board will be publicly announced along with the opportunity for involvement on the Citizen Review Board. Announcements will be made:

    1. In Utility Bills 
    2. The OTM Monthly Newsletter
    3. City and Mayor’s Social Media Channels (Facebook, Instagram and Twitter) 
    4. And The City’s Website: sslc.com
    5. Word of mouth and personal invitations, and I encourage all of you to share and help get the word out.

    Step 2.  Call for Citizen Review Board Applications. 

    This will be available on:

    1. The City Website: sslc.com
    2. Via phone or email request to the Mayor's Office and a Virtual Public Information Session Announcement will include an outline of time allocated and questions to be addressed. We will mail printed copies if needed.

    Step 3.  Virtual Information Session. Invitations will be sent to those applicants who express interest in serving on the Citizen Review Board.

    1. Information session will review the determined duties/responsibilities/time requirements of the Citizen Review Board. 
    2. A participant Q&A session will be included.

     Step 4.  Appoint Selection Committee members. 

    1. The independent Selection Committee will include a combination of subject experts in the areas of racial justice, equity, civics, community involvement and/or public safety. 
    2. To ensure an unbiased and independent Selection Committee it will not include current residents or employees of South Salt Lake.
    3. Additionally, the Mayor and City Council members will not serve on the Selection Committee. 
    4. The Selection Committee will review all
  • 2020-10-27

    Leaf Bags Available


    more ▼ less ▲

    South Salt Lake residents can participate in an annual leaf bag collection program. Each fall season, five leaf bags are supplied to residents at no cost.

    To request your bags, call 801-483-6045 and provide your name and address. Your leaf bags will then be delivered to your doorstep. The leaf bags will be picked up curbside through the end of November.

  • 2020-10-26

    Hydrant Flushing

    Beginning 10/26
    more ▼ less ▲

    This necessary maintenance activity will continue for the next several weeks.

    SSL Hydrant Flushing

  • 2020-10-21

    Now Hiring


    more ▼ less ▲

    Visit our employment page to apply

  • 2020-10-20

    3300 South Construction Projects

    3 projects east of 500 East
    more ▼ less ▲
    🚧 Permitted construction is ongoing along 3300 South 🚧
     
    📍 500 East 3300 South
     
    🚜Three projects are underway🏗:
    1- Granite Library
    2- Twin Oaks Assisted Living
    3- Granite Townhomes - Wasatch Residental Group
     
    Impacts to the surrounding community are mitigated by inspections. Construction activity can be expected between 7 a.m. and 10 p.m. If you have a concern, reach out to the City.
     
    We are excited to welcome these projects and know they will be great additions to our City on the Move.

     

     

  • 2020-10-20

    Check out SSL Social Media!

    Find out what's happening around South Salt Lake
    more ▼ less ▲

    Our social media provides updates on important happenings and communiy events every day. From the Halloween Spooktacular Drive-Thru to updated voting information for the 2020 election, we have you covered!

    TwitterfacebookInstagram icon
  • 2020-10-20

    Take Our Transportation Survey

    Local Link Transit Survey
    more ▼ less ▲

    Local Link has two opportunities for you to provide input and transform the way you travel in and around the city. Visit locallinkstudy.com/feedback today to prioritize recommended projects and to take a short transit survey. 

    Local Link Graphic

  • 2020-10-06

    Columbus Library Closed

    The Columbus Library is permanently closed
    more ▼ less ▲

    The County Library has decided to decommission the Columbus Library Branch, effective immediately. 

    This decision was reached by the Library Board for several reasons:

    • All South Salt Lake buildings remain closed to the public as city staff continue to build a cache of supplies to protect employees and the public.
    • Low utilization of curbside services at the Columbus Branch.
    • The square footage doesn't allow for more than 2 patrons in the facility at a time with social distancing (w/ 2 employees present).
    • The uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic and the anticipated closure of the Columbus Library planned for late spring/early summer to move services to the Granite Library.   

    We have been advised that library staff will be utilized at other locations. The new Granite Branch is under construction and anticipated to open in summer 2021.

    To find a library branch near you visit: https://www.slcolibrary.org/locations/locations

  • 2020-10-01

    October 2020 OTM City Newsletter

    Read All About City News & Happenings
    more ▼ less ▲

    Check out all that is happening in October around the City

  • 2020-09-29

    Council to review Civilian Review Board


    more ▼ less ▲

    "It has become particularly clear to me that forming a citizen review board in South Salt Lake isn't an allegation of Police deficiencies on behalf of our City Council, it's a commitment of trust from our City Council to our community." - Police Chief Jack Carruth

    The City Council meeting will be held at 7 pm 09/30 via Zoom. Link to Zoom meeting.

    To learn more about the Civilian Review Board, read the full story.

  • 2020-09-21

    Bond Underwriting Services RFP

    Request for Proposals - Bond Underwriting Services for the RDA
    more ▼ less ▲

    Request for Proposal

    South Salt Lake Redevelopment Agency

    Bond Underwriting Services

     

    The South Salt Lake Redevelopment Agency is accepting proposals for qualified municipal bond underwriting services.The selected respondent will serve as the underwriter in the sale of the Agency’s refinancing and issuance of an Excise Tax and Tax Increment Bond, series 2020 and work with the Agency and the Agency’s financial advisory and bond counsel to accomplish the sale. A detailed listing of the scope of services, information on the bond to be issued, objective and scope of work, proposal qualification requirements, evaluation of proposals, and submission of proposal requirements may be obtained on the Utah Public Notice Website, SciQuest or by contacting the South Salt Lake City Recorder’s Office. At cburton@southsaltlakecity.com, or calling 1-801-483-6027

     

    Electronic responses will be accepted at cburton@southsaltlakecity.com in the Recorder’s Office until 2:00 p.m. MDT. on Wednesday, September 30,2020.  Bids received after 2:00 p.m.  MDT on that date will not be accepted.

     

    The Redevelopment Agency of South Salt Lake City reserves the right to reject any or all proposals submitted and to request additional information from all responders.

     

    Full RDA RFP document

  • 2020-09-08

    Wind Damage September 2020

    Updates and FAQs
    more ▼ less ▲

    The quickest recourse for any damage caused by the recent wind events is to contact your homeowners insurance or vehicle insurance (in the event of vehicle damage).

    Mayor's Declaration of Emergency 

     

     

    Residential garbage customers can utilize the transfer station on the 1st and 3rd Saturdays, call 801-483-6000 to obtain a card to dump. Green-waste can also be taken to the landfill located at 6030 West California Ave, is open 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday.

     

    FAQs

    Who should I contact for limbs or trees down on City Property?

    Call SSL Public Works 801-483-6045 to report an issue on City property.

     

    How do I report a power line that is down or a power outage?

    Rocky Mountain Power can be reached at 877-508-5088, text OUT to 759677 or visit Rocky Mountain Power

     

    Where do I report damage to my property due to the wind?

    Residents should report property damage to their insurance company.

    Salt Lake County residents can also complete the survey at the link below to assist in determining a Countywide damage assessment: https://arcg.is/0SuWXP

     

    Closures

    All City Facilities and Buildings

    Including: City Hall, Columbus Community Center, Historic Scott School, Central Park Community Center, Public Safety Building, Public Works

  • 2020-09-01

    September 2020 OTM City Newsletter

    Read All About Events and Happenings
    more ▼ less ▲