|Cemetery Plots for Sale
The Plain City Cemetery District will be starting to sell plots in the Plain City Cemetery on August 11, 2016.
You may call Jon Bradford at 801-731-5210 or email Jon at firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment
with him after this date to purchase cemetery plots. For your convenience we will be selling plots at 6:00 p.m.
(one hour prior to Board meeting) on August 11, September 8, and October13, 2016 at the Senior Citizen Building.
Plots will be sold to residents and non-residents with a maximum of four (4) plots sold to any one household or property owner.
Resident- Three hundred dollars ($300) per plot for up to two plots. Four hundred fifty dollars ($450) per plot for a third and
fourth plot up to the total of four. Non-resident – Seven hundred dollars ($700) per plot for up to two plots. One thousand dollars
($1,000) per plot for a third or fourth plot up to the total of four. (See Plain City Cemetery Policies and Procedures)
Required information at the time of purchase
a. Proof of tax notice/parcel number for the resident.
b. Proof of identity. (drivers license, etc.)
c. Check, cash, or money order. No credit cards.
d. Make sure all information on the check is correct including phone number, drivers license number and address.
e. Signature is required on application, stating you have read the Plain City Cemetery Policies and Procedures and you agree to them.
f. Plain City Cemetery Policies & Procedures will be given to you at the time of purchase.
If you have any questions please email us at email@example.com .
|Storm Water 2016
Beginning July 1, 2016, Plain City will be implementing a storm water utlity fee for the purpose of
maintaining our storm water drainage systems and to meet the requirements of the State of Utah Department of Water Quality.
Complete Flyer available here.
|Public Safety Reminder
Please bring your garbage/recycle cans in from the street as soon as possible after it has been emptied. We are
seeing a lot of cans being left out on the side of the street for extended periods of time. If the cans are brought
in it will help cut down the cost of having to replace damaged garbage/recycle cans and possibly stop the cans
|Only Rain Down the Drain
When mowing your lawn do not blow/sweep/shoot grass clippings into the street or gutter.
It is not good
for water quality downstream. It increases the amount of weeds and grass that grow in the crack between
asphalt and gutters. During this time of year when we are busy landscaping be aware it is illegal to have materials, dirt,
rocks, etc. dumped in the street. It could enter the storm drain and effect water quality. Also
if it causes an accident,
the home owner could be liable. For more information about Utah’s water quality
visit: Water Quality
|Sewer Rate Increase
After holding a public hearing on August 16, 2012 and considerable deliberation, the Plain City
Council has approved a sewer rate increase.
The current monthly rate for most residents will increase to $19.00 beginning with the bills going out November 1, 2012
(Bona Vista billing for October). The rates will then increase $2 per month in July 2013 and $2 again on July 2014.
There is a small section of the city that is connected to the line that goes to Central Weber Sewer Improvement District.
Due to Central Weber's charge on that line increasing to $21.10, their monthly sewer rate will increase to $32.60.
On July 1, 2014 this rate will go to $34.90.
If you have questions or concerns, please feel free to contact the Mayor or any member of the City Council.
|Plain City Youth Council
Plain City will be organizing a city youth council. If your teenager is
interested in participating please contact LaFray Kelley by email at firstname.lastname@example.org with your
contact information. This will be a great opportunity to serve the community and gain experience that can be
used on future resumes and college applications.
Utah Pioneers Cabin/Museum
The Plain City Camp of the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers have a cabin/museum in the middle of town. It is
located on the west side of the center church parking lot. The cabin was built in 1860 by John Carver. The
Camp was deeded the cabin many years ago and have the responsibility of caring for it and carrying on the legacy left us
by our pioneer ancestors. The cabin is in need of restoration and we need your help!
We have been fundraising for this project since Spring of 2013 and are so grateful for those who have donated thus far, but we
still have a long way to go. If you can help us, any amount will be greatly appreciated.
Checks can be made out to: Plain City
Camp DUP for cabin restoration. A receipt will be mailed to you. Donations can be given to:
Your donation will bring us closer to our goal of completing the project
- Pat Smith 4390 W 1400 N Plain City,
UT 84404 (801-731-5806)
- Joyce Weston 3925 W 1975 N Plain City, UT 84404 (801-731-2747)
- Rhea Gregory 1590 N 4700 W Plain City,
UT 84404 (801-731-1146)
This is just a reminder of how important it is to keep your recycling items separate and clean.
The city saves about 31 tons on the tipping fee by the recycle items in your blue cans. This translates to
approximately $1,000 per month. Also, effective this year, the transfer station will be paying the city an
incentive of $10 per ton in the hopes that residents can be more conscious of recycling. For a complete list
of recycle items that are allowed in the blue recycle can
Recycling Do's & Don'ts for the Blue Cart
Open Burning Information
ALL BURNING MUST BE DONE IN DAYLIGHT HOURS
The American Civil Defense Association works to prepare Americans for natural and manmade disasters.
They provide literature and monthly training classes on how to prepare for most any disaster scenario.
For more information, visit
email@example.com , or call (800) 425-5397.
If you are receiving delivery of landscaping material, please make sure that it is not placed in
the road. Our ordinance prohibits this for two reasons, public safety and to protect downstream receiving waters
from silt and debris when the material enters the storm drain.
|Plain City History books (written by Dorothy & Lyman Cook) are available
City Offices or through Dorothy Cook for $10.00.