NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY FOR A PUBLIC HEARING for proposed planned improvements along 4150 West (Old Liberty Way) between Majestic Rise Parkway (13200 South) and 12600 South in Riverton, Salt Lake County, Utah.
Governor Gary Herbert announced that most of Utah, including Riverton and our neighboring cities, will move to the yellow or low risk phase in the state’s response to COVID-19 on Saturday, May 16. The yellow phase allows groups of 50 people or less to gather while practicing social distancing. As a result of this move, Riverton City is making several adjustments to facility operations and procedures that were put in place due to COVID-19.
Riverton City has recently begun an effort to install secondary water meters on all properties within city boundaries. Property owners impacted will be notified prior to the installation taking place. Approximately 1/3 of the city will be completed each year for the next three years. The project started on the west side of the city and will move east.
Salt Lake County is conducting an in-depth damage assessment for the 5.7 earthquake that occurred on March 18, 2020. Property owners who experienced damage from the earthquake are invited to take the survey.Continue Reading
Given the local emergency declared in Riverton this week due to the health and economic impacts of COVID-19, Mayor Trent Staggs has issued a directive lifting restrictions on Riverton City’s temporary sign ordinance for businesses.
Given the outbreak of COVID-19 (coronavirus) across the country and signs that the virus is taking hold in Utah, it’s important for Riverton residents to take critical steps now to help stop the spread of the virus.
Salt Lake County has scheduled two public hearings regarding the revised Olympia Hills development proposal. Riverton City encourages residents who have questions about the project, have concerns about the project or who want to learn more about the project to attend one of the public hearings.Continue Reading
Riverton City published its ninth Popular Annual Financial Report (PAFR) on January 1 for Fiscal Year 2018-2019. The PAFR is an easy to understand summary of the city’s financial activities, with overviews of revenues, expenditures, assets and debt. Residents wanting to understand or learn more about the city’s finances are encouraged to review the PAFR.Continue Reading
Riverton City is asking residents to be especially mindful of fireworks laws this year. With temperatures soaring, low humidity, steady wind and the amount of dry grass and brush growing, fire danger is becoming increasingly high.
In an effort to better leverage the talent of the community, Riverton City is seeking applicants for several new volunteer committees. The committees have been created to assist city leaders in implementing the city’s strategic priorities and will be formed in the following areas: 1) community events, 2) economic development, 3) emergency preparedness and 4) parks, recreation and trails.
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