Referendum Information
On October 20, 2021 Salem City Council approved an Ordinance to annex into Salem City Limits the area known as the BYU Farm (Ordinance # 102021 - entitled “An Ordinance Annexing and Zoning Property Known as the BYU Farm Annexation” 

On October 26, 2021 Ten Sponsors filed an application with the city to have the ordinance referred to the voters of Salem.  

For information on the Referendum, the Proposition Information Pamphlet (PIP) (including 1) A copy of the referendum application, 2) An argument submitted by the sponsors 3) An argument submitted by Salem City 4) A copy of the Fiscal and Legal Impact Statement provided by Salem City Attorney and Budget Officer 

Also information on how an individual may remove the individual's signature from the signature packet (Remove my name)

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In observance of the Thanksgiving holiday, the City Office will be closed on Thursday, November 25th and Friday, November 26th.

Garbage Day will be on Friday, November 26th. To ensure your cans get emptied, please have them curbside by 7 a.m.

Public Safety Notices and Alerts

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Fiber to YOUR home is coming to Salem. 

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DR Horton Development Agreement

Salem City has been asked to have the DR Horton Annexation and Master Development Agreement available for the public to view.  Here are drafts of the latest agreement. 
(Copy of Agreement)
updated Master Development agreement Viridian Farm
Revised 10/15/2021 Master Development Agreement Viridian Farm

We have also been asked about how can residents know what is on city council agendas.   One of the best ways is to sign up to get notifications from the Utah Public Notice Web Page.  When agendas are posted you will get a notification of the post.   We encourage you to sign up if you are wanting to get notifications.    Utah Public Notice Web Page -

Recorded Zoom Salem City Council Meetings 


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. 

This project will take approximately one year to complete.  After the installation is complete the City will begin developing a rate structure and establish an estimated date to start billing for usage.  The City will notify customers when they can expect to see the new PI rate structure on their utility bill.

PI Meters/Bonding

Approved 7/15/20 - Resolution 71520A - A Resolution Amending Pressure Irrigation Water Rates

Information on why PI Meters are being considered?

Notification of Bonding for PI Meters/Project

Information on Water Use and Landscaping 

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