Help Local Businesses

Help for small business owners can be found at the Utah Governor's Office of Economic Development.
Support Local Businesses
Many Salem businesses have made adjustments to their operations in order to continue serving the needs of our community. We applaud their efforts and want to support them in any way we can. Below are links to Salem business websites, Facebook pages or phone numbers. Follow their links for the latest updates. If you are a business and have an update you want us to share, please email us at with BUSINESS WEB UPDATE as the subject line.

Key: D= Delivery, P= Pick Up, DT= Drive Thru, C= Curbside.

Burger King

Fast Gas #1 (Grand Prix Grill)


Hometown Healthcare

Main Street Pizza
D, P

Oriental Garden

Salem Hills Pharmacy

SoCali Grill

Soda Retreat

Stan’s Drive In



The Pie Sisters

Salem City Covid-19 Information

Governor Herbert----State of Emergency

State of Emergency Order can be found at the following link

Utah County Mask Order

As of September 22, 2020 Utah County has issued a Mask Order for all of Utah County.   We ask the residents of Salem to read the order and follow their recommendations.   Please wear a mask.   To read the Mask Order follow the link.

Posted May 2020:  Salem City Residents, as you are aware, Governor Herbert changed most of the state of Utah to a Yellow Phase of the Covid-19 Response.   Because of this change, Salem City is now in the Yellow Risk Phase.  This has allowed us to open some of our activities in the Salem Parks, Recreation and soon the Library.    All activities will be regulated with the Yellow Phase health guidelines.   You will begin to see a lot of recreational activities begging this week in the city parks.   Some of these activities include Youth Baseball, Softball, Adult Softball and Youth Soccer.   Again, all activities will be regulated with the Yellow Phase health guidelines. 

City Playgrounds were also opened on Saturday, May 16th.  Playgrounds are being disinfected daily, 4 times a day.   

All persons that enter the parks are required to be in good health.  Persons with: Fever, Dry cough, pains and aches or simply do not feel good should stay home.   We also encourage you to still practice social distancing and wearing a mask.  

Look out for each other, help where you can, we are all in this together, and we will get through this together.  Thank you for helping make Salem City a great place to live.

Mayor Kurt Christensen

City Office
Salem City offices remain open to the public; however, we strongly encourage residents to take advantage of online resources rather than come into the office. Below are some common online resources that residents need:

Pay utilities by phone by calling our office at 801-423-2770

Pay utilities online at

Please call before coming to our office. Many questions can be answered and don't require face to face contact. If you do need to come in, we will be conducting business through the window at the South-West entrance only.

Salem City Police
The Salem City Police Department strives to continue serving our citizens in the most professional, proficient and timely manner possible.  We want ensure best practices while protecting the health and safety of all citizens and staff during the current COVID-19 pandemic. The front foyer of the police department is currently open.  When possible however, we are asking citizens to avoid face to face contact with our officers and staff by contacting us via telephone or cell phone.   

All non-emergency calls for law enforcement services can be made to the following numbers;

Salem City Police Department (801) 423-2312

Monday-Thursday 7:30 am to 5:30 pm Friday 8:00 am – 12:00 pm

Central Dispatch (801) 794-3970

24 hours / 7 days a week

If you have an emergency, immediately call 911.

Coronavirus Scams
Scammers are taking advantage of fears surrounding Coronavirus.  Follow these tips to protect yourself and your family:


Senior Shopping Hours
Local grocery and club stores are implementing special hours for individuals over 60. The following are the special hours by store:

Stokes: Monday, Wednesday & Friday 7 to 9:00 a.m.

Costco: Tuesday & Thursday from 8 to 9:00 a.m.

Walmart: Tuesday from 6 to 7:00 a.m.

Macey’s: Daily from 8 to 9:00 a.m.

South Utah Valley Animal Shelter
As the COVID-19 concerns affect Utah County, the South Utah Valley Animal Shelter is taking cautionary steps to ensure the safety of our staff, volunteers, public and the pets in our care. 
The Animal Shelter will be CLOSED to the public and will be limited to appointments only. If you are missing an animal please contact them at 801-851-4080 for assistance. 

General Information
For general information regarding COVID-19, please visit:

Utah County Health Department:

World Health Organization: