Emergency Preparedness Fair for all residents of Fruit Heights, Kaysville, and Farmington on May 3 from 10:00-2:00 at the Fruit Heights City Hall (910 S Mountain Rd), LDS Mountain Road Church, and the Presbyterian Church. (All locations are on Mountain Road next to each other in Fruit Heights).
Listed below are two letters written by Farmington City to UDOT and the Utah Division of the Federal Highway Administration regarding the West Davis Corridor Project and the Draft Environmental Impact Statement.
The Farmington City Council and Mayor Scott Harbertson are pleased to announce the City has recently taken major steps to start a large 40 acre park in Farmington. This project is years in the works and will be the largest park in Farmington when finished. The site is centrally located in Farmington where all residents will be able to have easy access (VIEW MAP).
Farmington City has reviewed the West Davis Corridor EIS report from UDOT and has issued a formal statement. Click here to view formal statement with exhibits. Also avilable is an Executive Summary which summaries the formal statement. Click here to view Executive Summary.