Riverton City offices are closed today in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.

“If you can’t fly then run, if you can’t run then walk, if you can’t walk then crawl, but whatever you do you have to keep moving forward.”
- Martin Luther King, Jr.
The Riverton community will come together to raise awareness of anxiety and mental health at a special event on Monday, Jan. 28 at 6 p.m. at the Riverton High School Auditorium, 12476 Silverwolf Way. The gathering, Live in Real Life: Part 2 , will be a follow-up to the standing-room only event for parents about children’s social media use and its impact on mental health held in September last year. The event’s focus will be anxiety awareness and is open to anyone age 10 years and older.

To join the Facebook event, click here.
All are encouraged to participate in this year's HOPE Walk for suicide prevention. The walk will take place on Saturday, Feb. 2 at 9 a.m. Walkers begin in front of Riverton High School and conclude at Spirit Corner at 12600 S and Redwood Road. Donuts and hot chocolate will be provided at the walk's conclusion. Come and walk to raise awareness and support prevention of suicide!

Hold On. Persuade. Empower.

The event is sponsored by Riverton City, Riverton High School, and Intermountain Riverton Hospital.
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Mayor Staggs will host State Senator Dan McCay for a LIVE with the Mayor Facebook Live broadcast on Friday, Jan. 25 at 4 p.m. The two will discuss the upcoming legislative session, key issues being considered, and items that may impact Riverton residents.
Awards & Recognitions
Riverton City Choice Awards for Excellence in Education
The following Riverton residents from Herriman High School were recognized as this month's winners of the Riverton City Choice Awards for Excellence in Education.

Hannah Freeman (center-right)
12th Grade

Ben Sagers (center)
10th Grade

James Barnes (2nd from left)
Healthy and Physical Education Teacher
Bryan Pickle Named Officer of the Month in UPD Riverton Precinct
Officer Bryan Pickle (center) has named Officer of the Month in Unified Police Department's Riverton precinct. Officer Pickle was instrumental in helping solve an armed robbery case in Riverton. His efforts went above and beyond what is required.

Congratulations and thank you, Officer Pickle!
City & Community Announcements
City Job Openings
  • Accountant / Budget Analyst
  • Police Commander (2)
  • Streets Maintenance Worker

Click here for job and application details.

Christmas Tree Drop Off
Riverton City is offering free Christmas tree drop off locations through January 31. Drop off locations include Riverton City Rodeo Arena, Centennial Park, and Monarch Meadows Park. Trees must have lights and decorations removed.

Library Calendar
Click here to view the Riverton Library's January calendar of events.

Pledge of Allegiance at City Meetings
Riverton City is looking for individuals to lead the Pledge of Allegiance at city council meetings during 2019. Those who lead the pledge will have an opportunity to introduce themselves, as well as any organization they represent, to the council. Those interested should email Virginia Loader at vloader@rivertoncity.com.

Senior Center Calendar
Click here to view the Riverton Senior Center's February calendar of events and classes.
Upcoming Events & Programs

Monday, February 25
Ages: 3-12 years, + moms
Time: 6 p.m.

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

Calling all moms! Join us in a night filled with pirate themed activities, food, and fun for your little rascals. Kids will get a chance to dig for treasure, visit the fortune teller, even walk the plank mate. Click here to join the Facebook event.

February or March Sessions
Ages: 5+
Cost: $65

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

The Hiatt Taekwondo program provides taekwondo and self-defense instruction that promotes strength, anti-bullying, and self-protection techniques. Those age 5 years are older are welcome. Sessions are split up by age group.
January 21 – Martin Luther King, Jr. Day – City Offices Closed
January 24 Planning Commission Meeting – City Hall – 6:30 p.m.
January 28 Live in Real Life: Part 2 – Riverton High School Auditorium – 6 p.m.
January 31 – Christmas Tree Drop Off Ends
February 2 – Ground Hog Day
February 2 HOPE Walk – Riverton High School – 9 a.m.
February 4 – Riverton City Begins Accepting Vendor Applications for Events
February 5 City Council Meeting – City Hall – 7 p.m.
February 6 – Utah’s World War I Poster Exhibit Opens – Old Dome Meeting Hall
February 8 Just You & I: Daddy Daughter Date Night – Community Center – 6 p.m.
February 11 Pop and Picasso Paint Night – 6:30 p.m. – Old Dome Meeting Hall
February 12 – Utah’s World War One Exhibit Open House – Old Dome Meeting Hall – 6-8 p.m.
February 14 – Valentine’s Day
February 18 – Presidents' Day – City Offices Closed
February 19 City Council Meeting – City Hall – 5:45 p.m.

To see the full Riverton City 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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Riverton City Hall
12830 S Redwood Rd
Riverton, Utah 84065

(801) 254-0704

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Building - (801) 208-3127
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Public Works - (801) 208-3162
Recorder - (801) 208-3126
Utility Billing - (801) 208-3133
Water - (801) 208-3164
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