May 14, 2020 Update: Governor moves State from Orange (moderate-risk) to Yellow (low-risk)
What does it mean that we’ve moved to "YELLOW"?
Low risk public health guidance should be followed.
- Take reasonable precautions
- Stay 6 feet away from others when outside the home
- Wear face coverings when social distancing is difficult to maintain
- Gatherings up to 50 if needed; smaller groups still preferred; maintain social distancing
- Limit out-of-state travel
- Symptom check before engaging in business & sporting settings
- High-risk individuals continue to follow "orange" guidelines
What changed from orange to yellow?
Maximum gathering size increased and there are more opportunities for children.
- Social gatherings increased from 20 to 50 or fewer if needed; while maintaining if needed 6-foot distance
- Schools may open under the direction of the State Board of Education
- Playgrounds are open; limit child interaction & maintain 6-foot distance
- Pools are open at a capacity that allows 6 feet distance between others
- Mask requirements & recommendations remain the same
In order to continue to protect the health of the public and our employees, City Hall will remain closed to walk-in traffic. We will continue to help citizens remotely, or by appointment. If you need to make an appointment, call
801-335-8700 for issues requiring an in-person meeting. We would ask, however, that if you can accomplish what you need to by calling or emailing City personnel, that would be preferred.
It is very important for all of us to do our part to limit and slow the spread of all illness. We urge you to become familiar with recommended hygiene procedures and then calmly implement whatever changes you need to in order to protect yourself and those around you.
The national Centers for Disease Control and the State of Utah have shared great resources with local government to help educate our communities. We invite you to review these websites and share them with your families. Visit the State’s website at: coronavirus.utah.gov.
If you have COVID-19 symptoms, which are fever, cough and shortness of breath,
please call 1-800-456-7707.
Thank you for taking precautions, educating yourselves and protecting your families. The health and strength of our community begins with the health and strength of individuals and families.