CONCERNING LEAF PICK UP -- Do you live on State or Main Street?
Because the beautiful sycamore and ash trees along State and Main streets are an integral part of our city’s identity and a point of pride for us all, Farmington City provides the service of picking up leaves in the following areas:
Main Street from 100 S to 500 N -- State Street from 400 W to 300 E -- 200 W from State to 200 S -- 400 N from Main to 100 E
The sweeper will be in these areas on a regular basis. Limbs and twigs cannot be picked up. Please do not put these types of materials at the curb. They plug the vacuum hose. If you do not live in the areas listed above, you are responsible to collect and dispose of the leaves on your property. Please do not put your leaves in the street.
City Council Election Information
The following individuals have filed a "Declaration of Candidacy" with the office of the recorder and meet all the legal requirements to be a candidate for Farmington City Council.
|4 Year City Council Candidates (Vote 3)
Alex B. Leeman
Scott E. Isaacson
|2 Year City Council Candidates (Vote 1)
Shawn J. Beus
Cory R. Ritz
US 89: Farmington to I-84 Project
The U.S. 89 – Farmington to I-84 project team has created a Facebook group so nearby residents can stay informed about the project, share information directly from UDOT with their neighbors, and ask questions and submit comments to the team.
PROJECT MESSAGE: This is a complementary communication channel to our existing website, hotline, email updates, and Community Coordination Team. We want to make sure we are reaching people in the most effective ways possible to let them know about the project and get their input.
Farmington residents have expressed concerns about school zone safety, particularly in west Farmington around the new high school. Well,
There will be ZERO TOLERANCE for speeding- tickets will be issued. Please comply with speed limits, especially in neighborhoods, near schools and around parks.
Please Remember the Following Garbage Can Guidelines:
- Have your trash container at curbside by 6:00 am on collection day. Pickup times may vary.
- Place your container at curbside, facing the street. Do not place your can on top of the curb. For those without a curb, place it within two feet off the blacktop.
- Do not place the container near parked vehicles. When dumping your container, the driver must have clear access to it.
- Do not place the container where it will block delivery of your mail.
- If you have two or more containers, place them four feet apart.
- Do not place the following items in your trash container: hot ashes or coals, large quantities of dirt, sod, rocks or concrete, flammable materials, large bulky items, construction, remodeling, or demolition debris.
- Do not place item of length greater than four feet in the container.
- Please remove your container off the street by the end of the day.
City Final Responses to the West Davis Corridor Environmental Impact Statement.