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The Midvale City Harvest Days Committee is pleased to announce that plans are underway for the annual Harvest Days Festival.
The total General Fund Budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2018 and ending June 30, 2019 is increasing by 2.7%. The City Council is not recommending a property tax increase, as oth...
This summer, Unified Police patrol officers will be dispensing well-deserved Slurpee justice to good kids in Midvale.
New Monthly Program replaces bi-annual Clean Up events
April is Child Abuse Prevention Month, and Midvale City is spreading the message that everyone can help contribute to the prevention of child abuse.
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After such a long spring, and the forecast of a slightly warmer average summer ahead of us, who of us hasn’t been out to take a walk – a walk alone – a walk with our spouse – a walk with a neighbor friend? Here is a group that needs your personal time: children.
Midvale City now provides live audio streams of City Council meetings as well as Planning Commission meetings. For a link to the stream and more information, click the "More" button below.
The monthly utility bill you receive from the City is for several different utilities. Depending on your address, you may be billed for one or more of the following services: water, sewer, garbage, storm water, street lightning and Utopia.
Midvale City Budget for the Fiscal Year of 2017 - 2018. Click MORE button for PDF containing budget breakdown.
In the recently adopted Midvale City General Plan, redevelopment of the 7200 South and Center Street station areas was identified as a priority. We are now planning for future development of the 7200 South Station Area and the Center Street Station Area. The Plans will create a vision, goals and preferred options for future development in each of the station areas, as well as implementation steps to make the vision a reality.