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Online Utility Payments


For your convenience, you can now make your online utility payment here.

The Old Dome is Up!

Old Dome is Up!

The Old Dome is UP!

The Old Dome Meeting Hall (Indoor Pavilion) is under construction and the dome has been placed!
Watch for future pictures and updates of the progress of the Main Park Rennovation Project here under the Mayor's Message above.

Riverton Senior Center Celebrates National Senior Health & Fitness Day

The Riverton Senior Center will celebrate National Senior Health & Fitness Day on May 28, 2014, which is part of a National Event to promote healthy lifestyles of older adults.  Learn More.

Riverton Main Park Renovation

Riverton City is currently completing a total renovation of the Riverton Main Park. Currently Completing a total renovation of main parkBecause it 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, it was necessary to continue demolition of the existing facilities as soon as possible following the conclusion of the 2013 Riverton Town Days events. The demolition activity began in April of this year, and has included the removal of an adult softball field and the demolition of the former public works and animal control facilities. more>


Review Park Renovation Plans and Sketches   

Cemetery Clean-up Needed

The mowing/maintenance season for the City Cemetery begins in April; please remove items from your loved one's graves so maintenance can begin. Any allowable decorations should be on the headstone only; please view Cemetery Regulations for a list of allowable decorations. Thank you for your cooperation.

Annual Free Easter Egg Hunts

EASTER EGG HUNTS Attention Parents: Easter Egg Hunts will be located at CR Hamilton Sports Complex 3700 W 13800 S for the next 2 years.

Teen Flashlight Easter Egg Hunt Ages 13-18; Friday, April 18, 9 pm sharp! FREE! CR Hamilton Sports Complex, 3700 W 13800 S Dress warm & don’t forget your flashlight.

Children’s Easter Egg Hunt - Meet the Easter Bunny Ages 12 & under; Saturday, April 19, 10 am sharp! FREE! CR Hamilton Sports Complex 3700 W 13800 S; Dress warm & don't forget your Easter basket.


An Open House to receive input regarding Riverton City's Sign Ordinances will be held April 15, 2014 from 5:30 to 6:15 pm. Your input is welcome to discuss ways to improve Riverton City's Sign Ordinances  to make them business friendly while protecting the look and feel of Riverton City. Business and resident input welcome.

City Council Amends Riverton City Truck Route

The City Council approved Ordinance No. 14-04 - amending Riverton Municipal Code Section 10.05.090 (2) by altering the northern termination point of 1300 West Street at 12555 South as an established truck route in Riverton City and by altering the northern termination point of 2700 West Street as an established truck route at 11800 South Street in Riverton City. See complete ordinance information here; under Title 10 Vehicles and Traffic.


April is “Clean-up Month” and a great time to get your homes and yards cleaned and ready for spring.  The City is offering coupons to residents for a discount for one load of disposal at the Trans-Jordan Landfill.  Coupons for the month of April will be available for pick up at the Utility Billing and Reception windows at City Hall at the end of March. Please RECYCLE whenever possible.

Riverton Arts Council Presents SHREK THE MUSICAL

The Riverton Arts Council Presents SHREK THE MUSICAL - Shows: April 3-14 (except Wed.) at 7:00 pm (2:00 pm matinee on Sat). Tickets available at the door or online at

Rosamond Elementary is Turning 30!

Past Students, Teachers and Parents, WE NEED YOUR HELP! Rosamond is in search of: Pictures, Books, School Work, T-Shirts and/or Stories about the last 30 Years at Rosamond. The deadline for information and items is April 1, 2014. Email: DON'T FORGET TO SAVE THE DATE FOR THE CELEBRATION ON MAY 1, 2014!

Political Party Caucus Information

As a courtesy to the public and the parties, information regarding the political parties’ 2014 caucus meetings can be found by visiting

We encourage you to preprint your online registration prior to attending your neighborhood caucus meeting.

Protect Your Children From Lead Poisoning

You may qualify for Free Services from Lead Safe Salt Lake if your home was built before 1978, if you have a child under 6 living in or visiting your home, if there is a pregnant woman living in your home, if your home has chpped or peeling paint, or if your income is at or below the qualifying income level. For more information call 385-468-4892 or visit

City Hall Closed in honor of President's Day, Monday, February 17th

City Hall will be closed on Monday, February 17th in honor of President's Day.

Riverton City's Sesquicentennial Celebration - 2015

Do you have ideas for what you would like to see or do at the RIVERTON CITY SESQUICENTENNIAL CELEBRATION in 2015? Please email your creative ideas for our celebration to:, or drop us a note at Riverton City Sesquicentennial Celebration, 12830 South Redwood Road, Riverton City, Utah 84065. Also, please share your photos of old Riverton buildings, farms, landscapes, etc. The Recorder’s Office will scan your photos while you wait. For questions or information, please contact Joy Johnson, Deputy Recorder, at 801-208-3128.

Park and Facility Reservations

Park and Facility Reservations: All park and facility reservations must be made in person at the Recreation Office at City Hall (12830 S. 1700 W.) No phone reservations will be accepted. Parks are available for reservation from April 1–September 30, facility reservations are available for the entire calendar year (except Sundays and certain holidays) CR Hamilton Indoor Pavilion is available for the entire calendar year (except certain Holidays).

Salt Lake County Bicycle Advisory Council

The Salt Lake Bicycle Advisory Council has a need for additional representation from the southwest area of the County. If you are interested in serving on this council, please contact Steven Malone at 801-554-5696;; or

RHS Hope Walk

Riverton High School and Riverton City co-sponsor a Suicide Prevention Week at RHS culminating in a "Hope Walk" from RHS to Riverton City on Saturday, January 18. Public is invited to attend. For more information, please visit Riverton City Parks and Recreation.

City Council Public Hearing will NOT be held January 7th

The proposed rezone of 23.71 acres of property located near 12939 South Sunday Drive will not be heard at the City Council Meeting on January 7th but will be renoticed for Februrary 4th at 6:30 p.m.  No public comments regarding the proposed rezone will be heard at the meeting on January 7th.

Snow Removal Ordinance

Ordinances re. Removal of Snow and placing obstuction (snow) in streets is unlawful. View complete ordinances here.

City Hall Closed for Remainder of the Day Today

Due to the snow storm, City Hall will be closed for the remainder of the day today, December 19th. Be Safe.

Christmas Tree Recycling Locations

Dumpsters will be located at the following locations for disposal and recycling of Christmas Trees throughout the month of January. All trees will be taken to the chipper for recycling. (Only clean trees without stands or plastic bags will be accepted):

New location: ROI Hardy Parknear the Jordan River – rather than the Rodeo Grounds

• 13000 South 2700 West at Centennial Park

• 13600 South 4800 West at Monarch Park

Santa Arrives TONIGHT at 6:30 pm

Here Comes Santa Claus

Here comes Santa Claus! Monday, December 2nd at 6:30-8:30 pm at the Sandra N. Lloyd Community Center, 12830 S Redwood Rd. Be here as he arrives in style on a big red fire engine! Enjoy crafts, wagon rides, scones, hot chocolate & more! Most activities will be indoors, but don’t forget to dress warm. FREE.


Riverton Main Park Renovation

Riverton City main Park Indoor Pavilion Architecture Rendition

Riverton City's goal is to reopen the Park in time for the 2015 Riverton Town Days celebrations associated with Riverton' s 150-year anniversary.

Review Park Renovation Plans and Sketches     
Review June City Newsletter




City Offices Closed on Pioneer Day


City Offices will be closed on Wednesday, July 24th, in honor of Utah's Pioneer Days of '47. We hope you enjoy this day of celebration!

Night Out Against Crime

You are invited to the 2013 UPD Riverton Police Night Out Against Crime at ROI Hardy Park at 7:30 pm on August 6th or at Centennial Park at 6:30 pm on August 7th. See Flyer

City Offices CLOSED July 3rd at 4:30 p.m.

City Offices will be closed Wednesday at 4:30 p.m. for the parade to begin at 6:30. Please enjoy the parade and all the fun festivities that follow! City Offices will reopen on July 5th at 8:00 a.m.

Riverton Town Days

Hope you are planning to attend Riverton Town Days this year. There will be something for everyone, beginning with the carnival, a parade at 6:30 p.m., a "Movie in the Park" on July 3rd and ending with Fireworks at 10:00 p.m. on July 4th! We look forward to seeing you there! P.S. Please use caution when celebrating with your fireworks.

Three Man Arena Sorting Competition

Arena Sorting consists of a team of three riders on horses trying to move cattle across a line in a certain order. To watch this fun event, come to the Riverton Rodeo Arena Thursday night at 7:00 p.m. Spectators are welcome at no charge.

SOLD OUT - Riverton Rampage Demolition Derby - July 6th

Tickets for the Demolition Derby are SOLD OUT. Gates Open at 5:30.

City Offices Closed on Memorial Day

Riverton City Offices will be closed on Memorial Day. Please join Mayor Applegarth and American Legion Post 140 at a program in the Riverton City Cemetery, beginning at approximately 11:30 a.m., in commemoration of all men and women who have died in military service for the United States. Please enjoy this day with memories of your loved ones.

Riverton City Budget for FY 2013-2014

The City Council adopted the FY 2013-2014 Budget on June 18th. You may review the budget by clicking here

City Hall Closed Thursday Morning

City Hall will be closed Thursday Morning, May 2nd, for approximately one hour to allow for mandatory staff training.

Looking for Eagle Scout Projects?

If you are looking for an Eagle Scout Project for you and your Troop, there are fire hydrants thoughout the City that need a new coat of paint.  If you are interested and want more details, please call the Water Department at 801-208-3143. Also,  click here for a list of other possible project ideas.

Miss Riverton Scholarship Pageant

Miss Riverton Scholarship Pageant will be held Saturday, June 8, at the Sandra N. Lloyd Community Center. For more information, contact Pageant Director Sean Wilson @ 801-253-3114 or Tickets will be available at the door or from any contestant.

Vendor & Parade Applications

Riverton Parks & Recreation is now accepting parade and retail vendor applications for our Riverton Town Days celebration. For more information, contact us at (801) 208-3101, or by e-mail at or by visiting our website at


Register Your Mobile Number for Important Emergency Communication


The Salt Lake Valley Emergency Communications Center (“VECC”) responds to your 9-1-1 call and dispatches needed firefighters and police officers. These same dispatchers can also send out emergency notifications to you and the community. If you see “0000000000” on your Caller ID, answer the phone because it could be fire, police or the City calling with emergency information. To send those emergency messages, VECC uses a 9-1-1 database for home and business phone numbers obtained from Qwest. Unfortunately, if your phone service uses the Internet to make your connection, such as Comcast cable, or you use a cellular phone as your home phone number, you could be missed. To register your mobile number, visit the VECC website by clicking here. This service is quick, free and secure. You will be asked to create a login and password in order to protect your information. This will make sure you don’t miss future emergency notifications.

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