Game-Day Parking

In an effort to provide increased safety for those attending BYU Football games, the Provo Police Department is asking for those seeking to park close to the Stadium to not park along University Avenue. This No Parking area is a high-speed, heavily congested travel corridor where motorists are traveling at speeds of 35-50 miles per …  Read More

Open Fire & Firework Restrictions for 2017

Effective immediately, Provo Fire & Rescue has issued an open fire restriction for the foothills on the east bench and all areas of the Provo City watershed including South Fork. These restrictions are implemented due to the high fuel levels in the foothills and the decreasing fuel moisture content. Fires are restricted to established fire pits in …  Read More

Utah Valley Marathon – Road Closure Heads-up!

Photo by the Daily Herald Thousands of runners are coming to Provo for the Utah Valley Marathon on Saturday, June 10, 2017. They are sure to bring passion, power and positive impact with them. The Utah Valley Marathon, one of the fastest spring marathons around, is a qualifier for the Boston Marathon and one of the …  Read More

University Ave Improved: 500 S to I-15

Work on on the roadway is expected to begin on Sunday, May 21st. This work will take place Sunday through Thursday nights from 10:00 pm until 7:00 am. This week the grinding of the concrete road will occur from the I-15 freeway interchange to 1200 South, while paving work on the asphalt road will take …  Read More

Provo River Update

24 hour difference at the upper diversion. 100 cfs (cubic feet per second) to 1900 cfs. It’s been three days since our original notification started going out about the water levels increasing in the Provo River. It’s worth sharing with you what we saw through the weekend and what we should see moving forward. We anticipate …  Read More

Spring Runoff Awareness

Deer Creek Dam located roughly 15 miles North and East of Provo is forecast to release large volumes of water into the Provo River beginning today (Friday, May 12). The releases are required to make space in the upstream reservoir for the spring snowmelt runoff. The Provo River is expected to reach around 1,800 cubic …  Read More

Road Closure Heads up for
Provo City Half Marathon

Thousands of runners will storm through Provo – Saturday, May 6 for the Provo City Half Marathon. We want them to be safe so some driving pattern adjustments will need to be made on that day. Some streets will need to be closed to traffic during the event. If you’re not running in the race, you may want …  Read More

Finishing Touches for 300 South

The Provo 300 South project team plans to resume work on 300 South starting Monday, May 8, 2017 to finish landscape installation, grind the roadway for smoothness and perform minor repairs to the concrete flatwork and roadway. This work is anticipated to last a week. What will this landscape look like? The north side park …  Read More

FYI – Blasting at Ironton Site

Provo City has received a blasting permit request at the Ironton site in southeast Provo. At around 2:00 PM today, the contractor will be using explosives to break up the large foundation so it can be removed. There will be no flying debris, but you will be able to hear the explosion.

300 South Update

Raised Median Installation Between University Avenue – 700 East Raised median installation began early this week. These medians will improve safety by preventing left turns across multiple lanes of traffic. These updates to 300 South will have an initial impact on traffic and the neighborhood. Raised medians will change the traffic patterns on 300 South …  Read More

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