Save the Date & Code Enforcement

Save the Date

Join The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT)

Tuesday June 6th / 5 – 7p.m.
Roy City Hope Center, 5051 S. 2000 W.,

Udot will be reconstructing the 5600 South interchange on I-15 and widening 5600 South to 3500 West. Construction is anticipated to begin this summer.

You are invited to meet the contractor and team, learn about the project, and ask questions before construction begins.

For project updates, email 5600south@utah.Gov or call 385-383-6576 to speak with the project team.

Utility Billing Notice

As a result of increases brought on by the service provider, Roy City will be proposing a rate increase that will go into effect on July 1, 2023.

For more information, please watch for updates as the proposed budget is discussed through City Council.

Code Enforcement

Parking is not permitted in the front yard.


In all residential zones, no vehicle parking shall be permitted in front yard setback areas between the front property line and the front line of the building, except on driveways located in residential zones that directly access a garage or carport. Accessory parking space for vehicles outside of the front yard setback area is permitted on an approved all-weather surface such as concrete, asphalt, gravel (weed-free), or road base (weed-free), as long as it is accessible to and from a legal access point on the same parcel. At any time, no portion of a vehicle may be over the street right-of-way line or obstruct a sidewalk.


  1. All required off-street parking spaces shall be located on the same lot as the building or use it serves, except required off-street parking spaces may be allowed on a separate lot that is within five hundred (500) feet of the building or use it serves, provided the two (2) lots are not separated by any major street and a non-revocable written parking agreement is in place prior to Site Plan approval.
  2. No required off-street parking spaces shall be permitted in any front yard setback or in any street-side yard setback.


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