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For the next few weeks, crews will be working on pedestrian ramps and will then be repaving SR-198. We have a hotline number and email address if any residents have questions or concerns and have attached a flyer with more information if you would like to post it on your website or social media.
Project hotline: 801-203-9566
Project email: email@example.com
Fireworks are prohibited in the following areas:
1. South of the Highline Canal;
2. East of Woodland Hills Drive;
3. North of 400 North except in
4. Within twenty (20) feet of any building;
5. Within two hundred (200) feet of any open field,
unimproved lot with dry vegetation, or any vacant
building with dry vegetation on the lot;
6. Within two hundred (200) feet of any haystack, straw,
or other flammable agricultural product.
Salem City Police have received reports that citizens are currently receiving phone calls from an individual claiming to be a Salem Police Officer. The caller is threatening immediate payment for warrants or unpaid fees or they will be arrested.
This is a scam and please do not respond or provide any financial information.
If you have any questions please contact Salem City Police at 801-423-2312.
Water Conservation and Growth Issues
As a reminder, there is no outdoor watering allowed between the hours of 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily, and we will also be implementing the outdoor water schedule policy of odd/even. If your home address is an odd number you can water on odd days of the month. If your home address is an even number, you can water on even days of the month.
Division of Water Conservation
Outdoor Watering Guide
Fiber to YOUR home is coming to Salem.
Information regarding COVID-19 as it relates to Salem City
Installation of Pressurized Irrigation Meters
Starting Sept. 28th 2020 Salem City will have our water crew starting the install of PI Meters on each PI service in town. This install will happen starting now and over the next year. You will notice two to four City employees working in your PI box. They will leave your box upgraded with a meter and landscape repairs. Most upgrades take one to two business days from start to finish.
Information on why PI Meters are being considered?
Notification of Bonding for PI Meters/Project
Information on Water Use and Landscaping
Rate Increases for Power, Water, and PI
Approved 7/15/20 - Ordinance 71520B - An Ordinance Modifying the City Water Rates
Approved 7/15/20 - Resolution 71520B -A Resolution Amending Electric Utility Rates
Approved 7/15/20 - Resolution 71520A - A Resolution Amending Pressure Irrigation Water Rates
Salem City has a NEW Exchange Zone.
Salem City has ordinances in place regarding nuisance abatement on property. Nuisances include but are not limited to the following. Inoperable vehicle's, noxious or unsightly weeds, debris including trash, lumber, construction waste, bricks, tires or other items similar in nature. If you have any questions please feel free to to contact Officer Christensen of the Salem Police Department 801-423-2312. click here for entire letter regarding nuisance abatement
FOR SAFETY REASONS WE CAN NO LONGER ACCEPT SHARPS INCLUDING MEDICAL NEEDLES
The Salem Police Department will no longer be accepting
South Valley Solid Waste District will take your sharps including needles.
South Valley Solid Waste District
Salem City Police Chief Brad James would like Senior Citizens and Family Members who have Senior Citizens to be aware of potential fraud and scam. Below are two different links to help residents be aware:
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