Riverton City Culinary Water Alternatives: YOUR CHOICE Information Links

The following links provide information to help Riverton City culinary water customers better understand the culinary water alternatives. All of this information will be available during the upcoming Culinary Water Alternatives Open Houses scheduled in the upcoming weeks, along with the opportunity to talk with City Councilmembers and Staff.

Please refer to the following links for information about:

Riverton City Prepares for Jordan Valley Conservancy Water Trial Period

As part of the City Council’s ongoing plan to provide Riverton culinary water utility customers with a choice in alternative culinary water sources, Jordan Valley Conservancy water will begin being circulated into Riverton City’s culinary water system today.


Council Work Sessions replaced with City Council Meetings

In an effort to promote a more effective city government and increase the opportunity for citizen input, Mayor Applegarth is replacing bi-monthly Council Work Sessions with regular City Council meetings. During weekly City Council meetings, the Council can vote on Discussion/Action items and Public Comments are among standard agenda items—two options not available during Council Work Sessions. This provides the Council flexibility to act promptly regarding items during each session.


Road Construction Updates

Current Road Projects     

UDOT Bangerter Highway and Redwood Road Construction Updates

Click here to learn about upcoming traffic patterns.  


For questions about construction at Bangerter & Redwood, please contact the project team.  

ph: (385) 215-9883 or email:

Riverton City Cookbook… Deadline Extended!

Our goal is 600 recipes to fill the "Taste of Tradition—Celebrating 150 Years of Riverton Heritage" Cookbook. We’re half way there but we need your help to complete what is sure to be one of the most extensive cookbooks for quality, delicious dishes that your entire family will love. 


Riverton City Hall Park Tree Removal

During the Riverton City Council meeting held July 22, 2014, the issues of unsafe conditions and degrading health of trees lining the park along 1830 W. behind Riverton City Hall, prompted the necessary decision by City Council members to remove the trees.


Riverton Main Park Renovation

Riverton City is currently completing a total renovation of the Riverton Main Park. Currently Completing a total renovation of main parkIt is the City' s goal to reopen the Park in time for the 2015 Riverton Town Days celebrations associated with Riverton' s 150-year Anniversary.  more>


                    Park Renovation Plans and Sketches

Park Renovation Photo Updates