Christmas Tree Recycling
During the first two weeks of January, Midvale City Public Works will be picking up your used Christmas trees for recycling.
News from the Midvale Finance Department
Midvale City issued $4.49 million in Water, Sewer, and Storm Water Refunding Bonds on November 3, 2016. We issued these bonds to “refinance” outstanding Series 2007B Bonds, issued in 2007,...
Help Those in Need the Right Way This Holiday Season
Salt Lake County)—With the holiday charitable giving season upon us, the Salt Lake County Health Department (SLCoHD) encourages good Samaritans to utilize existing social service agencies r...
UDOT Invites you to an Open House
The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) is conducting an environmental study to evaluate the possible transportation-related improvements to reduce delays along I-15 and 7200 South. UD...
Salt Lake County Youth Services to Kickoff Annual Holiday Angel Giving Tree Campaign
SALT LAKE COUNTY, UT – Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams will announce the annual Youth Services Angel Tree Donation Campaign on November 22nd in partnership with ShelterKids, a local non-...
Midvale City Public Noitce
Approved Ordinance No. 2016-O-16. An ordinance amending title 5.10.030 of the Midvale City Municipal Code.
We Welcome you
to our City!
When I celebrated my 50th birthday I resolved to do something. I decided that if I thought something positive about a person I needed to say something. If you have a positive impression,...
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,...