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Public Works – South Weber City, Utah

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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 Option 2.

Water, Sewer & Storm Drain

Culinary Water
Our drinking water meets federal and state requirements.
South Weber City Annual Drinking Water Quality Report

The City maintains the sewer line and disposal is through the Central Weber Sewer Improvement District. If the line is backed up, please call 801.479.3177.

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.

South Weber City Storm Water Management Plan

Davis County Environmental Health Services Division: 801.525.5100

Current City Projects