•Maintain properties. No junk, rubbish, weeds, unsightly material, and no vehicles parked on the lawn or dirt. Weeds and grass must be kept below 6 inches.
•Trees, bushes and hedges must be planted and pruned so that they do not obstruct pedestrian or vehicle traffic along the sidewalk or roads. It is the owner’s responsibility to keep them trimmed and maintained within your property.
•Unlicensed/inoperable vehicles are not allowed on the property unless they are in closed storage. Restorable permits are available through the Community Development Dept. Restrictions apply.
• Signs are not allowed in the parking strip or on lamp posts, telephone and electric power poles, fire hydrants, bridges, fences or trees on public property.
•Certain construction in Roy requires a building permit. Garages, carports, sheds, patio covers, awnings, swimming pools, cutting curbs, additions to home, remodeling that include electrical, plumbing, mechanical, adding or removing walls and finishing a basement are some of them. You also need a permit for replacing or installing a furnace, air conditioner and water heater. Feel free to call 801-774-1040 or visit our website for more information.
Holiday Garbage Collection Schedule
Beginning the day of the week the holiday falls on, garbage will be delayed one day of the remainder of the week ending with the normal Friday Collection being picked up Saturday. The following regular Monday pickup reverts to the regular schedule with collection on Monday. For info contact Waste Mgmt: 801-731-5052
or Weber County Landfill: 801-399-8358
2019 Spring Dumpster Dates (Ext. 1090)
Public Works will have dumpsters available to Roy City residents April 8, 2019 through April 20, 2019.
Hours: Monday through Friday 6:30 PM – 5:00 PM
Saturday 8:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Residents must sign in at the office and show proof of residency. No tires, paint, toxic or hazardous materials, herbicides pesticides, etc. Public Works does have the right to refuse any items deemed dangerous or hazardous. Glass and metal are accepted year round at the Public Works building.
RV Dump (Ext. 1090)
An RV dump is available to citizens of Roy City located at the Public Works Facility, 5460 S. 2700 W. Please check in at the front office and show valid Roy residency. Dumping available Monday through Thursday 7 AM to 3:30 PM, and Friday from 7 AM to 10 AM. v
Legacy Survivors of Suicide Loss
Join Legacy Survivors of Suicide Loss on April 13 at 2:00pm at the Roy City Offices (5051 S. 1900 W.) to honor our loved ones and promote suicide prevention awareness with a ribbon tying event.
Ribbons will be tied to the lamp posts in front of the City offices along with a message of hope.
Our special guest will be former Miss Roy Brittni Strickland whose platform was suicide awareness and prevention.
All supplies and light refreshments will be provided.
For more information see our FB page at
Legacy Suicide Survivors Group.
Cemetery Maintenance Schedule
This is a reminder that on April 1st our Summer Regulations for cemetery maintenance will begin. All grave decorations will be removed by City crews every Thursday for mowing and maintenance. Please be sure to remove decorations by Wednesday evening to avoid having them disposed.
Chicken and Rabbit Permits (Ext. 1040)
Chickens and rabbits are allowed in all R-1 (Single family) zones. Property must have a minimum of 8000 square feet. Six chickens (excluding roosters and crowing hens), or six rabbits, or a combination of chickens and rabbits not to exceed six are allowed. A city permit is required and must be renewed annually.
All chickens and rabbits must be contained within an enclosure (coop and run) within the rear yard. No enclosures will be permitted in the front or side yards.
Beekeeping Permits (Ext. 1040)
Roy City requires a permit for beekeeping of honey bees within the City. If you plan to be a beekeeper in the future, please apply for your permit prior to acquiring honey bees to assure that you meet the proper requirements. Permits are renewed annually in January.
National Drug Take Back Initiative
On Saturday, April 27th, from 10AM-2PM at the Kent’s Market located at 3535 W. 5600 S. in Roy the DEA will coordinate its fifteenth collaborative effort with state and local law enforcement agencies, focused on removing potentially dangerous controlled substances and other medications from our nations medicine cabinets. Please bring any old and unused medications you may have. If you have any questions contact the city office at ext. 1021.