Council’s Corner

Spring is Here!

Councilmember Ann Jackson

Is everyone looking forward to spring like me?

It has been a long winter with record snowfall. I would like to give thanks to our city workers who have done an amazing job in keeping our streets plowed and safe. Let’s hope we continue to fill our reservoir so we can keep our yards and city properties looking nice. Weber Basin Water will once again give us guidelines on water use, so keep an eye out for that.

Roy city would like all residents to take pride in their properties. We know with the drought a lot of trees died and our lawns are looking worse for wear. The city would like the residents to know there is help for those who cannot care for their yards on their own due to illness, disabilities, or any other reason that could keep you from maintaining your yard. We have a group of volunteers under the direction of our Assistant City Manager, Brody Flint; all you need to do is email our Code Enforcement at or follow up with Brody at and let them know of your situation and needs. If you do not have access to email, you can call the city offices at 801-774-1000. We want to help all of those who are dedicated to making our city a welcoming and beautiful place to live.

With spring approaching we have the annual Easter Egg Hunt on April 8th. Let’s hope all our snow will be melted and warm days are ahead of us before this popular event.

Councilmember Ann Jackson


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