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TRENDING IN FRUIT HEIGHTS TODAY:
- NATIONAL DAY OF SERVICE - This September marks 20 years since the attacks on September 11, 2001. Since then, September 11 has served as a day to give service to others in tribute to those killed and injured that day. Fruit Heights will honor 9/11 with many service projects throughout the city on Saturday, September 11. LEARN MORE
- Water Disruptions on 1350 E. - Residents on 1350 E. may experience intermittent disruptions in culinary water service as UDOT crews work to complete culinary water tie-ins. UDOT reports water service could be off for a few hours each day. Work has begun on the north end of 1350 E., and will continue next week, moving south by sections.
- Ridgerunner: Focus on Future Growth in Fruit Heights - The Fruit Heights City Manager, Mayor and members of the Planning Commission and City Council share answers to the most commonly asked questions regarding future growth in our city.
- IRRIGATION WATER - Weber Basin Water Conservancy District will shut off secondary water to Fruit Heights on Monday, September 20, 2021. Seventy percent of the water we consume is used watering our yards. With extreme drought conditions this year, we are all being asked to reduce and conserve water.
- Wildfire Protection Program - Many homes and neighborhoods within our city have been identified as areas of high fire hazard. Now is the time to review areas around your home, and create a defensible space by thinning trees and brush.
Learn how to protect your home and neighborhood
SOCIAL MEDIA UPDATES:
- SECONDARY WATER SHUTOFF 9/20/21 - Weber Basin Water Conservancy District announces early shutoff of secondary water this year. LEARN MORE
- STATEWIDE FIRE RESTRICTIONS - Reminder! Please talk with your family and friends about our extreme fire danger due to drought. Even a small campfire such as the one discovered recently can turn deadly. Open fires ARE NOT allowed in Fruit Heights. Fireworks are prohibited in much of the city, too. SEE MAP
- WATER TO SURVIVE - NOT THRIVE - Look for signs and banners throughout Fruit Heights, reminding everyone of the need to cut back on watering at this time. The drought and excessive heat have our lawns looking dry, but grass is hardy and will survive with much less water than usual. RESTRICTIONS - NO MORE THAN TWO WATERINGS PER WEEK, AND NO WATERING BETWEEN 10 AM AND 6 PM.
What’s Happening on US-89
Please visit UDOT for for the latest updates and timelines.
400 North: The interchange at 200 N./400 N. is now open. Finish work
will continue through 2021, but traffic flow will be maintained. U.S. 89
will remain narrowed while the bridge at Nicholls Road is constructed.
Nicholls Road: Now that the 200 N./400 N. interchange is open, UDOT
closed Nicholls Rd. at U.S. 89 for approximately 24 months while crews
work to install a bridge over U.S. 89. Traffic on U.S. 89 will shift as
crews work on the Nicholls Rd. portion of the project.
Mill & Overlay Work: Beginning in August, Fruit Heights City will
complete mill and overlay road projects on Country Lane
(from 400 N. to Raymond Rd.) and along Village Way and Signal Hill.
Residents on these streets are asked to NOT PARK ON THE STREET
during the month of August. This is a maintenance technique that removes
the top 2” layer of the street, then a new layer is put in place.
Lloyd Road: Lloyd Road is closed north of Bogey Lane through early
August. Traffic should use Eagle Way as an alternate route while crew
perform a bore to install a sewer crossing underneath U.S. 89.
West Frontage Road: Curb, gutter, and preparation for asphalt paving
are planned from Green Rd. to Bogey Way in early August. Residents
can expect an increase in vibration and construction activity during the day.
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