City Hall Seminar
Thank you to Mr. Adam Hensley for our seminar earlier this month. We discussed legal preparations necessary to take care of our families in the event of our death. We appreciate all who came to this informative seminar.
Our web site is finally live! Check out westhavencity.com for up-to-date information on events, road projects, public meetings, and more.
Pickle Ball Courts
Ribbon was cut on Halloween to open our new pickle ball complex at the Country Park. Many showed up dressed like pickle ball players and tried out the new courts. We are excited for this addition. It is a great opportunity for the rec department to serve the older residents in our city. Stop by and check them out!
We recently met with Psomas and Wasatch Front Regional Council regarding the master plan for the 21st Street and I-15 area. We received a grant to help fund this study and we are well on our way to creating and adopting this plan. Not only will a master plan entice attractive businesses to our city, it will help us ensure that everything that develops in that area fits together.
A developer has recently purchased the land surrounding the Walmart property on the south side of 4000 South. They are beginning work with Walmart on the design of the master plan to present to city officials.
Across the street on the north, we are finishing up a development agreement to be adopted by the City Council. Now that the road is nearing completion, that developer should be moving forward.
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Road Construction Update
The UDOT 4000 South project is ongoing throughout the entire corridor. Please be cautious in the work zones. Weekly updates are shared on our Facebook page. There is a direct contact person for this specific project. You can contact that person at 801-859-3770 or firstname.lastname@example.org with specific questions or concerns about the project. You may also request to me on the update email list, which is the information we share on our Facebook every week.
Thanks to our amazing youth council and their advisers, Lacy Richards and Ashlee Harris, for another great pumpkin walk. Distributing all of those pumpkins and then picking them up and setting them all out amounts to a lot of work and we appreciate it. The carvings looked fantastic and so did the candy stations! Thanks to everyone who participated this year.
Mayor Sharon Bolos