The Communications Department oversees public and media relations, civic events and economic development. Our goal is to enhance quality of life for residents, as well as gather and share information to support and encourage two-way communication that promotes transparent government and an engaged citizenry.


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    Recreation Information

    Registration is open for Jr. Jazz basketball 3rd through 12th grades. For more info or to register online for programs please click on the following link. Learn more...
  2. Fall Festival advertisement

    Fall Festival

    Fall Festival will look a little bit different this year. Click Learn More to see what fun things are planned. Learn more...
  3. Strategic Plan Newsflash with an image of a field

    Strategic Plan Survey

    The City is updating its Strategic Plan. Help us update the Strategic Plan by sharing your thoughts. Click Learn more to access the 11 question survey. Learn More
  4. Fishing Dog, Bike Riding Bird and the Get to the River Logo

    Get To The River

    Get to know the Jordan River and the many recreational opportunities that it provides. Throughout the month of September we will be highlighting ways you can "Get to the River" and play. Learn More...
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    Secondary Water Shut Off

    The secondary water system will be shut off the week of October 15. for information on winterizing your sprinkler system click Learn more...
  6. Corona virus hotline information

    Coronavirus Prevention & Resources

    Learn more about what you can do to prepare and prevent the spread of Coronavirus, check out which local businesses are open and ready to serve you, See what the city plan is. For more information click Learn More.... Learn More...
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    FEMA National Flood Insurance Program

    As the region affected by the Knolls Fire recovers from the recent devastation caused by wildfires, residents living in and surrounding wildfire areas are at risk of flash flooding and mudflows. For more information on this program click Learn More... Learn More...