My fellow Riverton residents, I come before you tonight to offer up my opinion of the State of our beloved city. It has been just over a year now since I have taken the solemn oath to support, obey and defend the US and Utah Constitutions, and discharge the office of Riverton Mayor with fidelity. And, I am happy to report that over this past year, much has been accomplished by your city government. And, that the outlook over the next year will continue to be one of great accomplishment, furthering the state of our city as one that is strong, prosperous and growing.

2018 was a tremendous year of accomplishment. It commenced with elected officials meeting in January to, for the very first time in Riverton history, craft city-wide vision and mission statements. The vision statement conveys our hope for the future: “Preserving our past, citizens, families, businesses, and leaders unite in building a community where we can live, work and play.”
Riverton residents are encouraged to take a brief, 13-question survey about internet use, cost and satisfaction. The anonymous survey is being conducted as Riverton City evaluates internet service in the city and any potential solutions that could increase speeds and lower cost for residents.

Please complete the survey by March 4. Feel free to share the link with neighbors or friends, so their responses may be recorded also.
Young, service-minded women age 17-23 years old living in Riverton are invited to participate in the Miss Riverton Scholarship Competition. A special orientation meeting will be held on Saturday, March 23 at 10 a.m. at the Sandra N. Lloyd Community Center (12830 S Redwood Road) in Riverton. The competition will be held on Saturday, April 27.

Those interested in participating should call or text the competition director for more information at (801) 828-8694.
In light of recent events outside of our city, it’s important for residents to know that the Riverton City culinary water system is safe, secure and reliable. The city currently meets all state and national regulatory requirements for culinary water distribution, resulting in a safe and effective culinary water system. This includes testing multiple times per week and adherence to state and federal standards. The city contracts with Jordan Valley Water Conservancy District as the wholesale provider of our culinary water. JVWCD has many controls and safeguards in place to ensure the water they provide is safe and clean, including frequent testing, automatic shutdown procedures, level sensors, flow meters, scale weight, and quality alarms.

Should a quality issue ever arise that would impact the health and safety of residents, Riverton City will notify residents via email, and will post updates on the city website and social media pages. ALL residents are encouraged to subscribe to email updates from the city. Depending on severity, Riverton City may also work through Salt Lake County Emergency Management to send out a reverse 911 emergency notification. In that case, landline telephone numbers should all receive the call. Residents with cell phones, VoIP, or with home phones from a cable provider will need to expressly opt-in to receive emergency notifications .
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Riverton City will begin filling the secondary water system on March 15. To ensure your irrigation system is not damaged and that your property is not flooded, secondary water connection valves should be turned off prior to that date. The valves are located in the green secondary water box, most likely in your front yard. Secondary water will be available for use beginning May 1.
City & Community Announcements
Chick-fil-A Grand Opening
Chick-fil-A at Mountain View Village will officially open to the public on Wednesday, March 6. Click here to follow opening updates.

City Job Openings
  • Seasonal Maintenance Worker

Click here for job and application details.

Trans-Jordan Landfill Disposal Vouchers Available
Disposal vouchers for the Trans-Jordan Landfill are available at the Riverton City Utility Billing Office at 12830 S Redwood Road in Riverton. The vouchers will be available until June 30, 2019. Limit of two per household.
Upcoming Events & Programs

March 15-25, 2019
10 showings to choose from!

Sandra N. Lloyd Community Center
12830 S Redwod Rd
Riverton, UT 84065

Winner of three Tony Awards, three Outer Critics Circle Awards, two Lucille Lortel Awards and two Obie Awards, Urinetown is a hilarious musical satire of the legal system, capitalism, social irresponsibility, populism, bureaucracy, corporate mismanagement, municipal politics and musical theatre itself! Hilariously funny and touchingly honest, Urinetown provides a fresh perspective on one of America's greatest art forms.

Click here to join the Facebook event.
& 4LIFE 5K

Saturday, March 30, 2019

General Registration
$30, Jan. 1 - Feb. 28

Late Registration
$50, March 1-29

The Riverton Half Marathon and 4Life 5K is coming up fast! Be sure to get registered before registration prices go up.

All participants will receive a 20% off discount code for the Salt Lake City Marathon. Overall winners will be provided free entry into the SLC Marathon and age division winners will receive 25% off registration to the SLC Marathon.

Click here to join the Facebook event.
February 28 – Planning Commission Meeting – City Hall – 6:30 p.m.
February 28 – Utah’s Fastest Early Registration Ends
February 28 – Riverton Half Marathon and 4Life 5K General Registration Ends
March 1 – Utah’s Fastest General Registration Begins –
March 1 – Riverton Half Marathon & 4Life 5K Late Registration Begins –
March 2 – Start Smart Soccer & Baseball Registration Begins –
March 5 – KnewMeJournaling Community Class Begins
March 5 – City Council Meeting – 7 p.m. – City Hall
March 7 – Preschool Tennis Community Class Begins
March 10 – Daylight Savings Begins
March 14 – Planning Commission Meeting – City Hall – 6:30 p.m.
March 15 – “Urinetown” The Musical – 7 p.m. – Community Center
March 16 – “Urinetown” The Musical – 2 p.m. & 7 p.m. – Community Center
March 17 – St. Patrick’s Day
March 18 – Not Your Parents Art Show Begins – Old Dome Meeting Hall
March 18 – “Urinetown” The Musical – 7 p.m. – Community Center
March 19 – City Council Meeting – 7 p.m. – City Hall
March 19 – “Urinetown” The Musical – 7 p.m. – Community Center
March 20 – “Urinetown” The Musical – 7 p.m. – Community Center
March 21 – Suicide Prevention QPR Training – 7 p.m. – Fire Station #124
March 22 – “Urinetown” The Musical – 7 p.m. – Community Center
March 22 – Riverton Half Marathon & 4Life 5K In-Person Registration Ends –
March 23 – “Urinetown” The Musical – 7 p.m. – Community Center
March 23 – Miss Riverton Scholarship Competition Orientation – 10 a.m. – Community Center
March 25 – Not Your Parents Art Show Open House – 6-8 p.m. – Old Dome Meeting Hall
March 28 – Planning Commission Meeting – 6:30 p.m. – City Hall
March 29 – Riverton Half Marathon & 4Life 5K Late Registration Ends –
March 30 – Riverton Half Marathon & 4Life 5K – 9 a.m. – Riverton City Park

To see the Riverton City online calendar, click here.
Riverton in the News
City Information
Elected Officials

Trent Staggs - Mayor
Sheldon Stewart - District 1
Tricia Tingey - District 2
Tawnee McCay - District 3
Tish Buroker - District 4
Brent Johnson - District 5

Click here for the Mayor's contact info, here for City Council contact info, or here to view the district map.

Konrad Hildebrandt - City Manager
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Contact Riverton City!

Riverton City Hall
12830 S Redwood Rd
Riverton, Utah 84065

(801) 254-0704

Animal Control - (801) 208-3108
Building - (801) 208-3127
Cemetery - (801) 208-3128
Code Enforcement - (801) 208-3104
Justice Court - (801) 208-3131
Parks & Recreation - (801) 208-3101
Planning & Zoning - (801) 208-3138
Police (UPD) - (385) 468-9400
Public Works - (801) 208-3162
Recorder - (801) 208-3126
Utility Billing - (801) 208-3133
Water - (801) 208-3164
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