WELCOME TO MILLCREEK, UTAH’S NEWEST CITY.

 

NOTICES

JOB OPENINGS. The City is working on staffing its planning and development services department. We are looking to hire planners to work under the direction of the Planning Director. Apply before October 6th. Click here for the application.

The City Council voted earlier this month to leave SLVLESA, the district that raises taxes for the UPD. Our police services will remain the same, but we are gaining more control over service and funding levels. The change will appear on your 2018 property tax notice.  Click here for more information.

The annual dumpster cleanup in Millcreek will take place August 29th through September 29th.  Click here to see the dates when Wasatch Front Waste & Recycling District comes to your area. You can also call them at 385-468-6325.

Paving schedule. An interactive map that contains the current 3-year repaving schedule can be found by clicking here.  The schedule changes from time to time based on a variety of factors.  Find out more by clicking here.

Report graffiti to Nancy White at the Unified Police Department, nwhite@updsl.org 385-468-9769.  Let’s keep Millcreek beautiful!

City Council meetings are held on Mondays at our NEW TEMPORARY City offices at 1274 East 3300 South, Millcreek, Utah 84107.  Generally, work meetings begin at 4:00 p.m. (but check each week’s agenda, as they may start later), and regular sessions begin at 7:00 p.m.  The public is welcome to both sessions. Check each week’s agenda, posted here, for time changes and items to be discussed and considered.

Planning Commission meetings, starting in October, will be held at 5:00 p.m. on the third Wednesday of the month at our NEW TEMPORARY City offices at 1274 East 3300 South, Millcreek, Utah 84107. Each meeting’s agenda is posted here.

 

NEWS

PLANNING AND ZONING UPDATES

We are working on a variety of revisions to the zoning ordinance to reflect issues that have arisen over the years.  The City has completed revisions to the FCOZ, C-1, C-2, C-3, Conditional Use Chapter, added and changed some definitions, and created an ordinance for mixed use developments in the Meadowbrook area.  Currently we are working on the Manufacturing zones, fencing, and the multi-family zone (RM).  Click here to read more.

COUNCIL MEETINGS STREAM ON FACEBOOK

Keep tabs on your community. Check out our Facebook page, Millcreek City, where the City Council meetings stream live on Mondays (or Tuesdays after a Monday holiday).

 MUNICIPAL SERVICES

Except for planning and development services, Millcreek will continue to use Salt Lake County’s services for licensing and permits, street repair, snowplowing, and all other services. Please contact Millcreek for those services through the County offices. Contact information for the County’s various departments can be found on our contact page.

Our own planning and development services department will be fully staffed in the next few weeks. Our new Community Development and Planning Director, Kurt Hansen, khansen@millcreek.utah.gov, 801-214-2700, is in the process of hiring staff. During the next few weeks, we recommend that you contact our Office Administrator, Tara Whiting, tarawhiting@millcreek.utah.gov, 801-214-2700, to determine where to submit applications.

Keep your eye on this site for further announcements as we work through these issues.

Click here for a list of contacts for companies providing utility services to Millcreek residents and businesses.

FAQS

See a map of Millcreek’s boundaries here.

Click here to subscribe to our weekly news email. Back issues can be found here.

Main number (801) 214-2700

Click here for other contact information in the City

Click here for a list of Salt Lake County services.

Click here for a list of utilities providing services in Millcreek

Click here for a calendar of events

The annual dumpster cleanup in Millcreek will take place August 29th through September 29th.  Click here to see the dates when Wasatch Front Waste & Recycling District comes to your area. You can also call them at 385-468-6325.

MILLCREEK IN THE NEWS

The East Mill Creek Lions’ Club’s 4th of July party was featured in a Salt Lake Tribune story, Millcreek: An old-fashioned 4th in a brand new city that wants to retain its small-town feel.

The Utah League of Cities and Towns published a nice story/video in the Deseret News recently about Millcreek.  Check it out: Millcreek: Launching Operations in Utah’s Newest City.

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