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City Hall
160 S Main
Farmington, Utah 84025


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The City is now taking applications for a City Council vacancy created by Brigham Mellor stepping off the Council for employment reasons effective July 22, 2018.  Under Utah Code, the Council is to take applications and select a replacement within 30 days of the effective date of resignation.  Open meeting interviews with those who apply will take place at a City Council meeting scheduled for August 7, 2018 at 7:00 PM at City Hall.  The City Council anticipates making a selection decision at that time after public interviews are conducted.  If you are interested in applying, you must be a registered voter residing in Farmington as your principal place of residence.  Declarations of candidacy from interested citizens are due to Holly Gadd, City Recorder by 5:00 PM on July 20, 2018.  Please contact Holly at 801-939-9205 if you have additional questions.

PLEASE NOTE:  Whoever is selected for this position will have to stand for election in November 2019 if they wish to continue service on the Council.


Dear Property Owner,

In the spirit of community cooperation and in order for Farmington City to maintain its streets and sidewalk; we are asking property owners to trim trees and other vegetation that overhang and/or block the right-of-way. This allows adequate room for snow plows, road sweepers, and road maintenance equipment to operate safely without damage to equipment or trees.

Regarding maintnenace responsibility of property owners, section 11-42-080.A. of the Farmington City code provides the following:

11-42-080: MAINTENANCE

If the work is not completed in a timely manner you may receive a citation for any trees or vegetation in violation of the code.  If you have any questions or concerns please call Public Works at 801-451-2624.

Farmington City Public Works

Alternative Park Site UPDATE for WDC Impact

The Mayor and City Council wanted to address some of the false and misleading statements put out by some on various social media sites regarding the City’s intentions towards the Bangerter Farm site located on 650 West.

Mr. Bangerter requested and was granted by the City Council on May 1st an Agricultural Protection Area (APA) designation for this parcel.  The City hopes the Bangerter Family continues to farm their parcel for many years to come and wishes them continued prosperity.  How long the Bangerter’s will farm their parcel will be primarily up to them, based on the APA designation they received.

The City has met with UDOT officials and directed them to pursue an alternative park site other than the Bangerter parcel.  UDOT is required by Federal law to replace the 1100 West Park being destroyed by the future West Davis Corridor (WDC).  The alternative site location will not be discussed nor disclosed by the City until UDOT has met with those property owners and started those condemnation proceedings.  The City has asked UDOT to quickly move forward on this process for the sake of all involved.

Some have also asked for copies of the statement the Mayor read in the recent public hearing and the following link is provided so that folks may access that information.


Please Remember the Following Garbage Can Guidelines:

  1. Have your trash container at curbside by 6:00 am on collection day. Pickup times may vary.
  2. 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.
  3. Do not place the container near parked vehicles. When dumping your container, the driver must have clear access to it.
  4. Do not place the container where it will block delivery of your mail.
  5. If you have two or more containers, place them four feet apart.
  6. 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.
  7. Do not place item of length greater than four feet in the container.
  8. Please remove your container off the street by the end of the day.
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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

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


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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