First and foremost, Farmington City is committed to providing essential and critical services to our community. There will be no disruption to water, garbage, spring clean-up, emergency services, on-line services and other essential services.
Soft Facility Closures – City Hall, Public Works and Parks & Recreation. These buildings will be open for city business; however, for the safety of the public and the employees, we would strongly encourage residents to work with the City during this time in a way other than in person if at all possible.
Alternative contact methods include via the web at www.farminton.utah.gov, email or by calling 801-451-2383 for Administration and Community Development, 801-451-0953 for Parks & Recreation or 801-451-2624 for Public Works.
Complete Facility Closures – Gymnasium, Police Station, Fire Station, Pool, Community Arts Center and Museum. These closures are directly intended to protect the interests of all people. Employees will still be on-site, but public access to these facilities will be restricted. Along with these facilities, the following events have been cancelled/postponed:
- All City sponsored events including Easter Egg Hunt, Lunch with the Mayor and all sports programming and leagues under the direct control of Farmington City
- Fingerprint services, tours, unlocking vehicles (unless child or animal is locked inside), etc.
- All City Council and Planning Commission Meetings
For non-emergency Police matters please call 801-451-5453 or call 911 for emergency calls.
For non-emergency Fire matters please call 801-451-2842 or call 911 for emergency calls.
These measures will remain in place until further notice. This is a fluid situation and will be continually examined and reevaluated as circumstances change and more information becomes available.
*The City is in direct contact with Davis School District. If there are any questions concerning your student, please contact them directly through their website https://www.davis.k12.ut.us/ or by calling 801-402-5261.
*Davis County Health Department will have up-to-date information on Covid-19