Late Night Concrete Sawcutting - Noise at Night Likely
Contractors are scheduled to conduct sawcutting activities on 13200 S in the SLR/CenterCal area during the late night/early morning of March 20-21. A noise permit has been issued by Salt Lake County for the work. The work will continue periodically after paving operations take place until completed (approx. next 2-4 weeks).
Dumpster Rentals Available
Riverton City has dumpster available for spring cleanup projects for a fee of $170. The service is offered from April to October. Dumpsters can be delivered on Monday, Wednesday, or Friday and are for residential use only. If interested, visit the utility billing office at City Hall or call (801) 208-3133.
April is "Clean Up Month"
April is “clean-up month” and a great time to get your homes and yards ready for spring. Pick up your discount coupon to the Trans Jordan Landfill for the month of April at the utility billing or reception windows at City Hall. Please recycle whenever possible!
Healthy Riverton Seeking Volunteers
Healthy Riverton is looking for volunteers to serve on their committee. The goal of Healthy Riverton is to promote healthy lives by improving overall mental and physical wellness of Riverton citizens. The group meets at 4:30 p.m. on the first Thursday of each month at City Hall. Those interested can reach out to Lisa Carter at
Miss Riverton Scholarship Pageant Orientation Meeting
All interested 17-23 year old young women who are interested in participating in the Miss Riverton Scholarship Pageant on May 12 are invited to attend the orientation meeting on April 7 at 9 a.m. at the Sandra N. Lloyd Community Center. Questions can be directed to Sean Wilson at (801) 828-8694 or
Town Days National Anthem Auditions
Come try out to sing the national anthem at the annual Riverton Town Days Rodeos this summer! Auditions will be held on Thursday, April 19, from 3:30-5:30 p.m. at the Old Dome Meeting Hall. Questions can be directed to Brittany Parker at
Standing Water and Mosquitoes
Almost any standing water can be suitable habitat in which mosquitoes can complete the early stages of their life cycle. This includes desirable standing water such as ornamental ponds, bird baths, and livestock watering troughs. The mosquito abatement district has already found larvae in standing water. If you have any standing water in flower pots or other containers now is the time to empty the containers. Where this is not practical, the South Salt Lake Valley Mosquito Abatement District can provide mosquito control products including small briquettes that can be placed in ponds. For more information or to request service please visit