The Public Works Department is responsible for maintaining the infrastructure of the City.
The Department has an active on-call schedule, so any emergency situation can be taken care of immediately day or night. If there is an emergency involving streets, water (such as no service), or sewer after normal business hours, please contact the City Office at 801-479-3177 ext. 211.
Water, Sewer & Storm Drain
Our drinking water meets federal and state requirements.
South Weber City Annual Drinking Water Quality Report
See the City Code, Chapter 8, for more information on Culinary Water, Sewer and Storm Water/Drainage.
Storm Water and Drain
South Weber City ordinance prohibits dumping or storing dirt, mulch, gravel, etc. on city streets. New, more stringent EPA rules closely regulate what goes into storm drains and South Weber City could receive fines for allowing dirt or debris to be placed on city streets. Citations could be issued to residents/contractors/developers who put dirt, mulch, gravel, etc. on city streets.
Many times people pollute water and don't know they are doing it. Now you know, here are a few things you can do:
- Clean up after your pet. Bring bags along when you walk your dog and encourage others to do the same.
- Don't leave grass clippings and leaves in the street when you do the yard work. Use them for fertilizer, compost them, or bag them.
- Don't litter.
- Don't put gas or motor oil in the gutter.
- Don't put household cleaners or paint in the gutter.
- Don't wash pesticides or solvents down the gutter.
- Don't wash radiator fluid down the gutter.
- Never dump anything down the storm drain. It is meant only for rainwater.
- Use water wisely and encourage others to do the same.
- Wash the family car on the lawn, not on the road or driveway.
Davis County Environmental Health Services Division: 801.525.5100
The following will not be allowed in any of the City parks:
- Alcoholic beverages of any kind
- Dogs either with or without a leash
- Any motorized vehicles of any kind, except authorized by the City
- Overnight parking
- No smoking
Rent a Pavilion
Please contact the Family Activity Center at 801.476.4445 to make reservations.
The City has many parks for its residents to enjoy:
|Name of Park||Address||Reservations?|
|Canyon Meadows Park||631 E. Petersen Parkway||This park is a work in progress. Click here to see the Master Plan and Phasing.
Click here for information on the South Weber Model Railroad Club.
To reserve this Park, contact the Family Activity Center at 801.476.4445
|Cedar Cove Park||1983 E. 7550 S.|
|Cedar Loop Park||1924 E. Cedar Loop Dr.|
|Central Park||7355 S. 1375 E.||Click here to see the Master Plan.
To reserve this Park, contact the Family Activity Center at
|Cherry Farms||7944 S. 2100 E.||To reserve this Park, contact the Family Activity Center at
|Nathan Tyler Loock Memorial||2563 E. 8150 S.|
|Posse Grounds||475 E. & 6650 S.||To reserve this Park, contact the Family Activity Center at 801.476.4445. This Park does not have any available power.|
|Silverleaf Park||2348 E. 8240 S.|
|Veteran's Memorial Park||1865 E. South Weber Drive|
|Historic Pioneer Cemetery||6855 S. 475 E.|
Please complete the form below to report a problem for staff to resolve during regular business hours. If the problem is an after hours emergency, please call 801-479-3177 x 211 to reach the on-call Public Works Department.
Secondary water is not a service provided by South Weber City.
South Weber has several secondary water providers. To find out which company provides water to your area, click on the map of service areas link below.
Davis & Weber Counties Canal Company: 801.774.6373
South Weber Irrigation Company: 801.479.1635
South Weber Water Improvement District: 801.475.4749
Weber Basin Water: 801.771.1677
Sidewalk, Curb, Gutter Repair & Replacement Prioritization Policy
Each year, South Weber City budgets for repairs and replacements of existing curb, gutter, and sidewalk. Throughout the year, residents can submit a request to have repairs/replacements done (through the City website, phone call, in person at the City Office). Starting in July, the City Public Works Director compiles all new requests and adds them to the existing list of requests that were not fulfilled in previous years. All requests (new and previously submitted) are reviewed and rated/re-rated according to one of three priorities as outlined below. After the list is prioritized, the project list is sent out for bid, a contract is awarded, and repairs are completed. The number of repairs/replacements depends both on the amount of funding available as well as the cost of the contract.
Will be repaired as soon as reasonably possible.
- Curb that is holding more than four inches (4”) of water
- Vertical settlement drop-off of two inches (2”) or greater
Will be repaired during the current fiscal year’s bid.
- Chipped or broken surface of seventy five percent (75%) to one hundred (100%) percent
- Curb that is holding more than two inches (2”), but less than four inches (4”) of water
- Significant chipping of over fifty percent (50%) of the surface area that is one half inch (1/2”) to one inch (1”) deep
- Vertical settlement drop-off of more than one (1) inch but less than two (2) inches
Will be repaired as funding allows.
- Cosmetic defects
- Curb holding less than two inches (2”) of water
Requests are reviewed each July, with construction beginning in August/September. The City repairs as much as possible while still remaining within the budgeted amount.
South Weber City Public Works Standards adopted October 24, 2017.
This document is in PDF format, and is approximately 120 pages. If you have any questions regarding these Standards, please call the City for clarification.
Snow Removal Policy:
Did you know the City has a policy for snow removal on the streets? This policy outlines the efforts of the Public Works Department to remove the snow after and /or during each snow storm.
Street Parking Regulations - No on-street parking from November 1 - March 31, Midnight to Noon. If you have issues with parking in your neighborhood, please contact Davis County Sheriff at 801.444.2280.
The Trails Master Plan was officially adopted by the City Council on October 28, 2008. This plan is intended to be used in future planning.
Read Ordinance 2008-16 Approving and Adopting Trails as part of the General Plan.
Check out Davis County's trails website to find even more trails: www.daviscountyutah.gov/trails.