City Hall Seminar
Our next City Hall Seminar will be February 22nd at 6:00. It will be a K-9 demonstration by the Weber County Sheriff’s Office. Everyone is welcome to attend.
Check out our new web site! Go to westhavencity.com for up-to-date information on events, road projects, public meetings, and more.
Road Construction Update
The construction and improvement of 2550 South is ongoing throughout the winter. Storm drain work is being done east of 2700 West and is expected to be complete in two weeks. The storm drain section west of 2700 West is expected to take three weeks. There will be some delays with flagging in that area.
Help welcome our new residents!
We would like to give our new residents the opportunity to get to know our businesses. If you have an item to put into a welcome packet, please send an email to Mayor Bolos at firstname.lastname@example.org Items should be small, such as coupons, pencils, magnets, etc. We will contact you about where to bring your items so that they can be included in a swag bag. (Limited to West Haven businesses.)
Thank you to Dean Saunders for his service on the Planning Commission. He has served for two terms. Becky Roundy was appointed to fill that vacancy. Thanks to Rob Vanderwood for his service on the West Haven Special Services District Board. With his election to the City Council, the remainder of his term will be filled by Rob Higginson.
Thank You and Welcome
Thanks to Shawn Smith for 14 years of appointed and elected public service. Shawn served for 6 years on the Planning Commission and then 8 years as a Councilmember. Shawn also served one year as the council representative on the West Haven Special Services District board. That assignment will now be filled by Stephanie Carlson.
We welcome Rob Vanderwood as a new Councilmember. He, Randy Hunter, and I were sworn into office on January 2nd.
Did you enjoy your white Christmas? This year dreams of a white Christmas came true and that meant our maintenance workers were spending their Christmas morning plowing so that all of us could go out and enjoy our festivities. My sincerest thanks go to each of them for making that sacrifice. They do a great job all winter in keeping our roads clear and safe.
Mayor Sharon Bolos