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Bicycle Friendly Business

I’m pleased to announce that the League of American Bicyclists has awarded Provo City Government as a Bicycle Friendly Business at the Bronze level. This is an exciting recognition especially since this award is only presented to businesses with strong commitments to bicycling. You’ll find plenty of places to park your bike at our city …  Read More

Programs to Improve Your Home & Business

The Provo City Redevelopment Agency (“RDA”) is a separate agency from Provo City, with the municipal council acting as the governing board, and the mayor as the chief executive officer. It is charged with revitalizing Provo’s central business district, administering Housing and Urban Development (“HUD”) programs and other initiatives to help you make improvements to …  Read More

Ballots Mailed Out Today!

Today’s the day! All registered voters will have their ballots mailed out today, October 17th. In the next couple of days you should see your ballots in the mail – so keep your eyes out. Voters then can make their choices and mail them back. No standing in line. No waiting. No pressure. Ballots must be …  Read More

My Usage Tracking

In this day and age, electricity is a commodity (or habit) that gets taken for granted time and time again and in Provo, understanding what you use and when you use it has been a mystery – until now. Introducing a new and improved online portal where our customers now have the ability to track …  Read More

What is Recycling?

Recycling saves money AND energy and cuts down on air pollution. (It takes the same amount of energy to make one aluminum can out of new material that it takes to make 20 out of reusable material. A single salvaged aluminum can saves enough energy to run a TV for three hours.) The figures are impressive but …  Read More

Time to Tidy Up

Autumn is upon us. Soon all the trees and shrubs in our city will be brilliant, dressed in a host of shades of red, yellow, orange, and even purple among the varied greens. It’s breathtaking and gorgeous. It’s also a signal that winter will soon follow so now is our opportunity to dig in and …  Read More

500 West Upgrade Project

The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) and Provo City are partnering to continue making improvements to US Highway 89. Following the recent 300 South (US-89); 200 West to 700 East project, the next section of US-89 planned for improvements is 500 West between Center Street and Bulldog Boulevard. The project will improve the roadway and …  Read More

Rec Center Bond Refinanced

In 2010, Provo voters approved a $39 million bond to build our state-of-the-art recreation center. Always looking for a way to save our taxpayers money, we refinanced this bond last week resulting in a total savings of $3,090,994. Taking advantage of lower interest rates and the booming local economy made for a smart move and …  Read More

Pack it in Pack it out

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 use and large amounts of garbage is being left behind. The benefits to …  Read More

Utah Lake Phragmites Treatment

It’s that time of year again! The Utah Lake Commission, partnered with the Utah County Invasive Weed Group is continuing the project of eradicating the phragmites invasion at Utah Lake. The spraying for the year has been finished! (First, they go in and spray a type of weed killer on the phragmites and then once they have given …  Read More

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