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The 2010 Census reported that the City’s population is 16,322. The City estimates the 2020 population to be 22,749.
Building permits are required for all accessory structures that have plumbing, electrical, or mechanical, regardless of size.
A land use permit is required for accessory structures under 200 square feet to verify the location, size, and placement of the structure meet the minimum setback and use ordinances.
1. Home businesses that are operated only occasionally and by an individual under 18 years of age; or2. A home business, whose combined offsite impact of the home business and the primary residential use does not materially exceed the offsite impact of the primary residence alone.
Regardless of home occupation licensure, all home occupations are required to comply with NSL Code Section 10-10-5, Home Occupations, as amended.
However, the City of North Salt Lake recognizes that some home business owners desire to obtain a yearly business license despite being exempt from licensure and fee. Those business owners may voluntarily request a yearly business license at a processing cost of $25.00 annually. The Home Business License Application can be found here
Yes. Essentially, you may not conduct a home occupation if the business creates additional impacts on neighbors or surrounding streets and utilities. Examples of the types of restrictions include no employees or customers coming to the home, no machinery involved in the business, and no excessive noise, dust or garbage. For a detailed list of restrictions, refer to Section 10-10-5 of the City of North Salt Lake Code.
First, determine the zoning of the property here: Zoning Map
Next, check to see if the type of business is permitted, conditionally permitted, or not permitted in the zone the property is located. To do this click the following link and check the table in Title 10, Chapter 11, Section 3 (10-11-3) for most commercial zones: Zoning Code
You may also contact the Community Development Department directly and we would be happy to help: 801-706-3720.
Under the Government Records Access and Management Act (“GRAMA”), you may file a request for City of North Salt Lake police records with the Police Department at 10 East Center Street. You may file a GRAMA request for other City documents with the appropriate department that handles those documents.
The City North Salt Lake's ordinance require all weeds to be cut and maintained at a height not exceeding six (6) inches. The Code Enforcement Officer of the City of North Salt Lake is responsible for the enforcement of the weed ordinance. When he receives a complaint, he makes an on-site visit to verify the violation. He then contacts the owner of the property by mail to inform him/her of the violation and instruct them to cut the weeds. A reasonable amount of time is given the property owner to do so. If the owner complies, the problem is resolved for now. However, weeds continue to grow and they may require two or three cuttings during the season. If the owner does not comply, the Code Enforcement Office will contract with a weed cutting contractor to cut the weeds. A bill for the weed cutting and administrative costs will then be sent to the property owner by certified mail. If the owner does not pay that bill, a copy of the costs along with certification that the property owner has been notified will be sent to the County Treasurer with a request to have the amount placed as a lien against the property.
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Residential fencing regulations
Fences over 6' tall require a building permit: Building Permit Application
Fences under 6' tall require a no fee land use permit: Land Use Permit Application
Click on Job Application to view, submit and print the job application.
Go to Employment Opportunities to view the current list of job openings.
Visit the Staff Directory to find all department and staff contact information.
The City Attorney only represents the City of North Salt Lake. If you need legal advice or have a question about the laws of the City or the State, you may want to seek the advice of a private attorney. If you are being prosecuted by the City of North Salt Lake and want a public defender, you will need to ask the judge to appoint one for you.
If you have information regarding possible drug activity and you would like to remain anonymous, you can contact the City of North Salt Lake Police TIP-LINE at 801-335-8676. If your situation requires immediate assistance or you wish to file a report regarding other criminal activity, please contact the police department at 801-335-8650.
In most cases if you are a victim of identity theft, it is best to report it to your local law enforcement agency and online to the State Attorney General's Office. At the City of North Salt Lake Police Department, an officer will take your report and provide you with a case number.
If you are applying for a position with the City of North Salt Lake Police Department, please contact us directly, as our department requires a different application than the standard City application.
According to recent EPA life cycle analyses (see above reports) recycling of waste materials has a lower impact on the environment than incineration with energy recovery, which provides substantial benefit over landfill (as described in the EPA solid waste management hierarchy). However, recycling and waste-to-energy are not mutually exclusive and each is best applied to a different subset of the wastes we generate. After all recyclable materials are removed from the waste stream there is still plenty of waste which can be processed in our waste-to-energy facility. I suggest that recycling, particularly a curbside collection program, should be considered on its own merits, as another method of disposing of our waste. These are some links with more information about waste-to-energy.
More information about the system operated by Wasatch Integrated can be found at: http://www.wasatchintegrated.org/
I-15, Highway 89 and Redwood Road are owned and maintained by UDOT (Utah Department of Transportation). If you have any questions regarding these streets contact Region 1 at (801) 620-1600. All other streets are owned and maintained by the City of North Salt Lake. Call The City of North Salt Lake Public Works at (801) 335-8726 if you have questions regarding city streets.
You may contact the City of North Salt Lake Public Works at (801) 335-8726.
Call the City of North Salt Lake Public Works at (801) 335-8726. Your name will be put on a list, and a member of the streets crew will come to your house for an inspection. Depending on the severity of the situation, the concrete may be replaced, lifted, grinded, or nothing may be done. All work will be done by City crews or a City contractor.
Please call the City of North Salt Lake Public Works at (801) 335-8726. City ordinance states that outdoor watering is not allowed between the hours of 10:00 am through 6:00 pm and outdoor watering is also not allowed between October 15 through April 15 (Ord No. 8-1-6 E). Violators will be given a warning and if the problem persists, could be subject to penalties.