Home To Adventure
You’ll enjoy our city’s rich history, opportunities for business growth, gorgeous mountain range…not to mention that the recreation in Payson is unsurpassed. You will find your Home to Adventure here in Payson.
Education is key in providing opportunity for growth. Nebo School District provides the public education for school-aged children. Payson is also conveniently located to many options for institutions of higher learning.
Home to Adventure
Experience the hometown charm and celebrations
Whether you are looking for an industrial or commercial business area, Payson has several options. The Payson Business Park, located adjacent to Interstate 15, provides a corporate atmosphere and is a Utah State Economic Development Area.
Gladstan Golf Course is located in Payson just 15 minutes south of Provo, Utah and boasts beautiful rolling fairways, plentiful bunkers, water and amazing views. Enjoying eating at the Gladstan Grill before or after golfing. The food is delicious and the view is wonderful if you sit on the deck and look over the valley!
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Gladstan Golf Course
Gladstan Golf Course is located in Payson just 15 minutes south of Provo, Utah and boasts beautiful rolling fairways, plentiful bunkers, water and amazing views.
Enjoying eating at the Gladstan Grill before or after golfing. The food is delicious and the view is wonderful if you sit on the deck and look over the valley!
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Stage 3 presented by Monster Hydro takes place with the start/finish in Payson on Wednesday, Aug. 5 and imposing Mount Nebo, the highest mountain in the Wasatch Range, as a backdrop.
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Statement by the Payson City Mayor & Council
We are saddened by the senseless attack on a missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in our community. We are grateful that the missionary and his companion were not seriously harmed. We condemn violence of any kind, especially violence based upon race, religion, gender, etc. The actions of the perpetrators are not tolerated in Payson City. We know Payson residents to be kind and friendly people. The actions of a few do not represent us as a city. We are grateful for the excellent work of law enforcement and fully support their efforts to bring all the responsible individuals to justice.
Pressurized Irrigation Open House Meeting
Payson City will hold an open house meeting on March 10th, 2020 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. The meeting is to help educate the residents on how to turn on and off your pressurized irrigation system with the stop and waste valve. We will also go over how to calculate your water usage once your meter has been installed. The meeting will be held in the Banquet Hall at the City Center, 439 W Utah Avenue, Payson UT.
Closures are in place for utility connections until further notice.
- 100 S (10300 S County Coordinate) to 1500 E ( 2100 W County Coordinate)
- 1500 E (2100 W County Coordinate) from 10300 S to SR 198.
Detours are in place and information will be updated as construction continues.
Below is a link to flood insurance information in the event you are concerned about your property being flooded due to the fires of 2018. This would be people who live along the Dry Creek or Peteetneet Creek Channels and their homes could be flooded.
Payson City Council adopted a tentative budget on June 5, 2019. Please click above to review the budget. They also approved to hold a Truth in Taxation (TNT).
A Public Hearing regarding the TNT and to adopt the final budget will be held August 7, 2019 at 6:00 pm in the city council chambers. All are invited to attend. To view the TNT notice click here.
In the fall of 2018, the Pole Creek and Bald Mountain wildfires caused extensive watershed damage to mountainous terrains in southern Utah County, resulting in flooding and hazards to public safety and natural and built resources relative to storm run-off from burn scars.
Utah County and local municipalities have received federal funding through the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Natural Resources Conservation Service's (NRCS) Emergency Watershed Protection program to design and construct measures to address these threats.
The NRCS, in coordination with Utah County and local municipalities, will hold two public open houses to provide information about the proposed project. The public is invited to attend, discuss the project, and submit comments during the open houses.
Open House for Payson, Santaquin, Spanish Fork, and Woodland Hills: Thursday, February 13, 6 to 8 p.m., Payson City Hall (439 W. Utah Avenue)
Open House for Elk Ridge: Tuesday, February 18, 6 to 8 p.m., Elk Ridge City Hall (80 E. Park Drive)
Comments may also be submitted online at www.UCwatershed.com
Payson City Chamber of Commerce offers a strong network of businesses working together to keep consumers in our city. Businesses have the opportunity to invest in the community while also giving them a chance to increase their own business growth.
Are you looking for a great seasonal job?
Payson City has some wonderful
Payson City is currently recruiting for seasonal workers for the pool, golf course, cemetery, parks, streets, and city grounds.
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