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Meet the Candidates

The filing period is now closed and the election season is upon us! Listed below are the candidates for the 2017 municipal elections. There will not be a primary election for District 5. District 2, City-wide I and Mayor will have a primary election on Tuesday, August 15. Provo Mayor Mayoral candidates include: Michelle Kaufusi, …  Read More

Let’s Keep our Parks Beautiful

Park pavilions are used heavily each day during the summer months. We want to keep our parks maintained and in the best possible condition, especially during this time of year. So it’s important for patrons to follow the pavilion rules and make sure that anything they pack in is packed out. We’ve noticed pavilions are in disarray after …  Read More

Trash pick-up one day late all week

Just a reminder! Be sure to take your garbage can to the curb one day late this week. Provo’s Sanitation Department will be closed on Memorial Day so your service will be delayed one day. For more information, you can view the 2017 Holiday Sanitation Schedule here. Garbage Pickup Information The best way to ensure your garbage …  Read More

Thinking of filing for office?

Thinking of filing for office? We have four municipal seats open for the November 7 election, which include: Mayor – 4 year term City Council District 2 – 4 year term City Council District 5 – 4 year term City Council City Wide I – 4 year term View a map of the City Council Municipal Districts with precinct …  Read More

What’s in our 2017 Budget?

The city budget is one of the most important policy documents that the Mayor and Municipal Council considers every year. Putting together the recommended budget is a critical responsibility of the Mayor, and the Administrative staff takes this duty very seriously. State law requires that the Mayor deliver the recommended budgets to the Council at …  Read More

Ask Me Anything w/ Parks & Recreation

Once a month I get the opportunity to sit down and answer any question you throw at me. The questions through the year have ranged from what I do each day as the Mayor to what I’m doing to promote National Dog Day (it’s August 26 this year by the way). Recently I’ve started inviting …  Read More

Drop, Cover, and Hold On!

Tomorrow on Thursday, April 20 at exactly 10:15 a.m. thousands of Utahns will participate in Utah’s largest earthquake drill, The Great Utah Shakout. Individuals, families, businesses, schools, and government agencies are invited to participate by holding their own drills at the same time. This is a great opportunity for residents and employees to get better prepared for …  Read More

Interested in Solar?

If you’re interested in solar or would like to learn more about net metering – come check out Provo City Power’s Info Meeting at 6:30 pm tonight in the Provo Power Building located at 251 West 800 North. You’ll meet with staff, discuss the benefits of solar panels and learn about the whole process! Over …  Read More

Provo Construction Map

Curious about what construction projects are going on in Provo? Well, now you can see all current and future projects with Provo’s interactive Construction Map! The Provo Construction Map allows you to view active and planned construction projects throughout the city and provides you with information about each project. Just click on a highlighted project shown on the …  Read More

Provo River Debris & Tree Removal

The Parks Division Tree Crew is currently working with the Storm Water Department along the Provo River to remove trees that are fallen or not stable to prevent flooding during spring run off season. Several dead trees have been pulled out of the river and are being removed by these two departments as quickly as …  Read More

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