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
ALL inspection requests must be done by email at email@example.com. You must include your information including the permit number, inspection information and contact information. You will receive a confirmation email. You are not on the schedule if you do not receive an email. Please allow ample time for us to get your inspection scheduled. Inspections are available on first come first serve basis.
To apply for a permit, you will submit all the items required on the submittal checklist to the building department located in the Community Development Building at 2565 N Pony Express Pkwy. You may be required to pay a plan review fee and other relevant fees to start the building permit process.
The open burn policy was changed in 2013 to meet the revised standards of the State Department of Air Quality (DAQ). The DAQ no longer allows permits to be issued on an annual basis as had been done previously. Recent modifications to these rules change the open burn periods and include a statewide requirement to complete an online application with the DAQ and to obtain a burn permit from the local fire authority. The DAQ open burn permit application and UFA issued burn permit is required prior to conducting any residential burning.
Burn permits may be issued between March 30 and May 30 and between September 15 and October 30.
Only residents on (1) or more acres are eligible to apply for a residential burn permit.
The cost for the burn permit is $25.
The permit application process begins at the DAQ’s website.
The $25 permit fee is paid online at the UFA website.
Once the application has been processed and fee has been paid, the UFA will contact the applicant to arrange a site inspection. The fire department shall inspect the area and what is to be burned. The fire crew will issue the permit following the inspection.
For questions concerning this process, contact the Fire Prevention Bureau at 801-824-3719.
Many insurance companies ask the home owner for this information. Fire station 251 is located in City Center at 1680 Heritage Drive and Fire Station 252 is located in The Ranches at 3785 Pony Express Parkway.
Call Unified Fire Authority’s Community Services department at 801-562-9129.
Yes. 17.70.030 Accessory apartment approval required.
A conditional use permit for an accessory apartment is required when an owner/resident begins to function as a landlord by renting demised space, as described in this chapter, within the residence to a tenant under the terms of a formal or informal rent or lease arrangement, which includes an obligation to pay rent. The following are not considered accessory apartment uses and do not fall under the regulation of this chapter: occupation by a live-in maid, in-home nurse, nanny or any other person or persons who are provided a place to live as part of their employment with, or services they provide to, the owner/resident of the dwelling; or while a family member is called up for military service, etc.; and any occupation by individuals related by blood or marriage.
All other accessory apartment uses are considered illegal unless a conditional use permit has been approved and issued. Accessory apartment uses that existed prior to the adoption of the ordinance codified in this chapter shall be considered illegal until approved by the planning director or planning commission.
There are required items that must be included with your application along with your building plans. Using a permit submittal checklist helps you make sure you have all of the items needed for your application. Incomplete applications cannot be accepted.
A. Responsibility to Keep Property Free of Junk. It is unlawful for any person, corporation, partnership or legal entity owning or occupying real property in the city to allow the accumulation of junk or to fail to remove from the property any junk.
B. Junk Defined.
1. “Junk” means any salvaged or scrap copper, brass, iron, steel, metal, rope, rags, batteries, paper, wood, trash, plastic, rubber, tires and waste, or other articles not stored for recycling purposes in a fully enclosed container, or materials commonly designated as junk. “Junk,” except as provided in subsection (B)(2) of this section, shall also mean any motor vehicle not currently registered and dismantled, wrecked or inoperable, motor vehicles or parts thereof which are stored or parked on property outside of an enclosed building and which remain in such condition for a period of time in excess of 60 days.
8.07.020 Weeds and other refuse
You can begin construction after you have picked up your approved permit.
8.05.430 Placement of containers for collection
The city may designate the time and place of solid waste collected and hauled by the city. Containers of solid waste shall not be set out upon the street prior to the evening of the day before scheduled collection and shall be set out before 7:00 a.m. on the scheduled collection day. All empty containers shall be removed from the street the same day they were emptied.
13.30.010 Sprinkler irrigation hours
Between 6:00 p.m. and 10:00 a.m.
The library is located in the Eagle Mountain City Office building at 1650 E. Stagecoach Run, in Eagle Mountain City Center. Directions
Contact Unified Fire Authority’s Community Services department for information on public education classes – 801-562-9129.
There are many private businesses that provide this service. You may search under “Fire Extinguisher Services” to locate one.
The fire equipment may be returning from a transport to one of the hospitals or from assisting neighboring departments with an emergency response.
Also, fire department personnel are assigned for a 24 hour shift and need to periodically shop for food. It is necessary for fire personnel to have the proper equipment at all times in case of emergencies.
All of our DVD’s are locked to prevent theft/loss or damage. You can bring the DVD’s back to the library with your checkout receipt and we will be happy to open them for you. Please do not try to open them yourself as it will break the case and we will have to charge for damages.
The ISO Fire Protection Rating for Unified Fire Authority is 2/2x.
The driver of the fire engine is trained to pass vehicles on the left and to maneuver in traffic. You should pull as close to the right side of the road as safely possible.
Call 911 for fires, medical emergencies, or crimes in-progress. For other calls for fire or police service, call dispatch at 801-794-3970.