City offices are open to the public regular hours (7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday-Friday), however, masks are recommended in city buildings, and social distancing measures are in place. We encourage residents and our community partners to continue to conduct business with the City online or by phone as much as possible. Department Contact Info
The City Recorder’s Office administers municipal legislative processes and is the central point for the public to obtain information regarding these processes.
The Recorder’s Office is responsible for recording and keeping documents and properly indexed records relative to the functions of the City. The Recorder serves as the City’s Election Officer and is responsible to coordinate and supervise municipal elections. The Recorder prepares agenda packets and coordinates the public hearings for City Council meetings, attends and maintains record of such meetings, manages all City-owned property tax-related issues with Utah County, and handles all requests for records under GRAMA. The Recorder’s Office handles processes related to subdivision recording and business licensing. The Recorder’s Office maintains the cemetery records and coordinates the sale of cemetery spaces. The City Recorder also oversees the sale of Central Water Project (CWP) water use and transfer of water rights with the assistance of the City Attorney.
Due to COVID restrictions, we encourage the public to submit comments electronically here. To make a comment during a public meeting, please fill out this form prior to the meeting. All comments received prior to the meeting will be entered into the public record. All attempts will be made to accommodate those comments received once the meeting has commenced.
Notice of Intent to Update the City’s Impact Fee Facilities Plan and Impact Fee Analysis Related to Transportation, Wastewater, Storm Drainage, Culinary Water, Parks and Recreation, and Public Safety Services.