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City Hall
160 S Main
Farmington, Utah 84025


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Farmington City is gauging the level of public interest in a project to install a fiber-to-the-home network offering internet speeds of up to 1Gbps.  Please consider completing a short survey as the results may become important in the future planning of the community. Estimated time to complete this survey is less than 5 minutes.

Newsletter Crime Report

Farmington Police Department has implemented a tool that gives citizens the ability to monitor local crimes. You will see the vicinity (not specific address) where crimes were reported to Farmington police, Kaysville police or the Davis County Sheriff's Office. To access the crime report, go to enter 84025 in the *SearchCrimeReports* box You will have the option to filter information by date range, even time range and incident type, including registered sex offenders. The FPD continually strives to make Farmington citizens safe and informed. If you have questions or concerns about safety issues, please call 801-451-5453


Farmington City is again partnering with OPEN DOORS (formerly known as Family Connections) to provide for children in Davis County who are suffering from poverty and/or abuse. In 2016, the Giving Tree generated presents for 1800 children, making the holiday season brighter. With your help, 2017 will be even better. This year, give to those who otherwise may not have food or gifts for Christmas. Please visit city hall today

Winter Ordinance Reminder2

City ordinances state that beginning November 15 through February 28, no vehicle of any kind may be parked in the street rightof-way from 1am to 7am. Traffic citations will be issued to violators.

Also, remember that within 48 hours after snowfall stops, citizens are required to remove snow from the public sidewalks fronting their property.

Farmington, Utah was named as being one of the 30 Safest Small Towns in America 2017

For our list of the 30 safest small towns in America, we began by considering only those towns with populations of fewer than 30,000 people.  We then referenced sites like Movoto, Sperling’s Best Places, and Area Vibes to analyze statistics about crime rates to offer residents peace of mind.
Farmington, Utah was recognized in part because residents here have only a 1 in 60 chance of falling victim to a crime. knows safety is at the top of the list of what residents value most about the place they call home.  A town’s safety record often affects everything from insurance rates to property values.  We strive to provide clear, credible guidance to help residents find the best home for them.


City Final Responses to the West Davis Corridor Environmental Impact Statement.

UDOT is in the final stages of the EIS for the WDC Project.  The EIS document is over 3,000 pages and six volumes.  It has taken over 8 years of study to get to this point.  Final comments were due on August 31st.  UDOT received over 300 additional comments.  According to UDOT officials, most of these were repeats of issues already addressed in the EIS.  The City has made a significant number of comments over the years and this proposed highway will impact our city in many ways.  Based of citizen requests, below is a copy of the final comments the City recently provided to UDOT on the EIS.  We expect UDOT will address these in due time.

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New Trail Books

Pick yours up today at City Hall (160 S Main) for $15.  This price will only last as long as the current supply, so come in today and get yours!

Farmington Canyon Season Closure
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Common Landscaping Project Storm water Ordinance Violations