If you pay your bill via US mail or your bank on the last day of the month, it will arrive late. Mailed payments have taken up to a week to reach our office.
If you want to pay at the end of the month, instead of mailing your payment, you may drop it in one of our two utility drop boxes.
The drop box in the Ranches is located in the drive-through at 3688 E Campus Dr.
The drop box in City Center is located at City Hall at 1650 E. Stagecoach Run.
The Utah County Health Department has provided contact information for services to help you dispose of any household hazardous waste. You can find additional information at the website below or call the North Point Solid Waste Special Service District with the number provided. The Health Department website states, “Many items are FREE disposal, such as paint, oil, gasoline, pesticides, and cleaners. Electronics, trash and some other items have a fee.” Also, feel free to contact our nearest Construction & Demolition Landfill in Fairfield at: (801) 787-0669
If a scheduled collection day falls on one of the following holidays or the day after, collection will be delayed by one day: Independence Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and New Year’s Day.
For billing questions, to add or remove trash or recycling cans, or replace damaged containers, please contact Eagle Mountain City at 801-789-6609 for the necessary forms. For all other customer service questions, please contact Ace Disposal at 801-363-9995, Monday – Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
The links below to the OHV Trails and OHV Crossing Maps will help you experience new adventures and get to your destination safely. Trails continue to expand throughout the city. These maps are updated as frequently as possible.
Wride Memorial Park Splash Pad (Open 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.)
Location: 5806 N. Pony Express Pkwy
Operating Hours: Daily, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Public health and safety is the City’s top priority. The system turns off for 10 minutes every two hours to help regulate water conditions. Please follow posted rules for splash pad use.
Nolen Park Splash Pad (Open 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.)
Location: 7862 N. Tinamous Road
When in operation, the water may be activated from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily. An activation sensor is located in the northeast corner of the pad. Simply tap with your foot to start the water. No pets, bikes, or scooters are allowed on the pad.
*We ask residents to follow the current COVID-19 guidelines. Splash pads are subject to closure at any time for maintenance, changes to health guidelines, or inspection-related issues.
Internet service is provided by local companies who are separate from Eagle Mountain City. We suggest that you reach out to your current internet provider to see why your service is down.
To view popular internet services available in Eagle Mountain City, please visit: https://eaglemountaincity.com/city-links/
Eagle Mountain City’s electricity is serviced by Rocky Mountain Power. If your power goes out, to report the power outage or check the outage status, visit: https://csapps.rockymountainpower.net/idm/outages-safety/report-outage or text OUT to 759677
ALL inspection requests must be done by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. 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.
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.
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.
Neighborhood Improvement is always available to answer questions and concerns. Please call or email us at Neighborhoodimprovement@emcity.org.
Eagle Mountain City Council and Planning Commission meetings take place at the City Hall Council Chambers located at 1650 E. Stagecoach Run, Eagle Mountain, UT. Visit the city calendar to find out when our next meeting is.
Work Session: 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Work Session is a time for the City Council to receive and discuss information pertaining to the agenda items. No actions are taken in this session.
Policy Session: 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
During Policy Session, the City Council will take action on the agenda items discussed in the Work Session.
How to Participate
The City Council and Planning Commission meetings are open to the public. The public is invited to comment during Public Comment in the City Council Policy Session or when there is a Public Hearing at the City Council or Planning Commission meetings. Those who comment are asked to fill out a “Public Comment Form,” located on the wall of the recording booth in the Council Chambers.
If you need a special accommodation to participate in a public meeting, please call the City Recorder’s Office at least three working days prior to the meeting at 801-789-6610.
Garbage collection will happen weekly while the recycling can is picked up on a bi-weekly schedule on your regular garbage pick-up day.
Enter your address and click on the arrow (as shown below). For your recycling schedule, click “RECYCLE INFO.”
For domesticated animal control issues,
barking dogs, stray cats or any other domesticated animal issues, please call the non-emergency dispatch number, 801-794-3970.
Wild animals such as raccoons, squirrels, skunks, snakes and mountain lions, including reporting the location of deceased deer and other wildlife, fall under the Utah Division of Wildlife. Please contact the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources at 801-491-5678 for assistance.
Eagle Mountain City does not have permits for fences. We recommend you hire a surveyor to mark your lot and proceed from there.
17.60.120 General fencing provisions.
Fencing provisions can be viewed here:
Eagle Mountain City contracts with Black & McDonald for streetlight maintenance and repairs. Any other street problems can be reported with our emergency hot line at: 801-789-5959; Option 5 – Streets.
For Black & McDonald: During business hours (7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.) please call their local Utah office at:
After hours, weekends and holidays please call:
They will need to know you’re calling from Eagle Mountain, Utah.
Small recreational fires are allowed. Fuel area cannot exceed 3ft diameter by 2ft in height. Burn only dry, clean, natural materials……no trash or rubbish, tires, oil or construction waste. Prior to burning:
Residential Open Burning (residential burning of clean yard waste, grass clippings, weeds, tree trimmings, etc.)
Salt Lake County: Residential open burning is not allowed in Salt Lake County.
Utah County: Residential open burning is allowed by permit during the following open burn windows: March 30 to May 30 and September 15 to October 30. Permits are $25 and are good through the end of the burn window.
Residential Burn Permits are issued by the Prevention Bureau under the following criteria:
Agricultural burning is allowed without a permit in both Salt Lake and Utah Counties. Burning is limited to agricultural and horticultural operations. Burning of ditch banks, fence lines, pruning, field stubble and controlled heating to prevent the freezing of crops, etc.
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.
The open burn policy was changed in 2013 to meet the revised standards of the State Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ). The DEQ 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 DEQ and to obtain a burn permit from the local fire authority. The completed DEQ application and UFA-issued burn permit are 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 DEQ’s website.
The $25 permit fee is paid online at the UFA website.
Once the application has been processed and fee has been paid, 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.
13.30.010 Sprinkler irrigation hours
Between 6:00 p.m. and 10:00 a.m.