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!
COVID-19 Message from Mayor & Council
March 16, 2020
It has been a turbulent and somewhat disturbing week, for the Nation, the State and the City of Payson in regards to the Coronavirus (COVID-19.)
Payson City’s Council and Mayor met today and discussed further options and suggestions in order to keep our citizens safe.
Since our letter dated March 13, 2020, the President of the United States is now recommending gatherings of no more than 10 people. With this directive, we have reached out to those who have scheduled our city facilities and informed them of the new restrictions.
Payson City has implemented the following to mitigate the community spread of COVID-19.
- Payson has closed the Senior Center, including all programming, with the exception of Meals on Wheels delivery.
- The City will limit mass gatherings to less than 10.
- The library will be closed until further notice. We are working on allowing digital resources and/or possible drive-up services. Fines will be suspended until further notice.
- Recreation programs will be suspended until further notice.
- Customer Service counters will remain open, but with added precautions, including social distancing, protective gear for employees, ongoing disinfection, added signage and encouraged use of online and drive-up services.
- Payson utilities will not be interrupted during the restrictions of Covid-19.
- We encourage those over 60 years of age and those with compromised immune systems to avoid public gatherings.
- Public Safety:
- First responders are responding to all calls, however, they are taking additional precautions when practical, including addressing issues via phone call.
- Fire Stations. All training and gatherings have been suspended. There will be no ride-along or public tours.
- Golf Course will remain open, however, the front counter will exercise social distancing take precautions when handling payment and other personal interactions.
- Development Services will conduct virtual meetings with developers and limit personal contact if possible.
- All non-essential meetings will be postponed.
- City Council & Planning Commission Meetings will continue as scheduled but will be handled virtually. The public will be invited to participate electronically.
- Payson Justice Court will cancel all currently scheduled hearings with the exception of the following:
- Arraignments: Individuals needing to appear a first time on a case, after making sure contact information is correct, will be advised to contact the Court after April 1, 2020 to reschedule. Having done so, there will be no warrants issued for a non-appearance in March.
- Pre-trials, Orders to Show Cause and Review hearings already set on the calendar in the next two weeks will be continued to the week of April 13 or later with notices being sent out unless the case fits into one of the following categories:
- In-custody hearings;
- Bench warrant hearings;
- Any hearing on a domestic violence related charge;
- Sentencing hearing.
In the above, the hearings will be held on the date originally scheduled.
The following are best practices to keep ourselves safe. Please practice calm concern for not only ourselves but also your neighbors and our community.
Please continue to watch for further information.
Mayor Bill Wright
COVID-19 Payson City Is Open For Business
March 24, 2020
With ongoing concern with the spread of COVID-19, Payson City is still open for business. However, we are limiting personal contact with the public. Click on the links below for contact information:
Notice is hereby given that the Payson City Council will hold their regularly scheduled City Council meeting beginning at 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, April 1, 2020, virtually through a link with Zoom Video Communications and will be available through the Zoom app, through a web browser or by calling in to the number below. Click here for the online meeting. Participants/citizens will only be able to attend virtually. The city offices will be closed.
Payson City Council via Kim Holindrake is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
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JT VALLEY ANNEXATION
NOTICE OF PROPOSED ANNEXATION
JT VALLEY ANNEXATION
Notice is hereby given that on March 11, 2020, Jeff & Terrie Zeeman filed a petition proposing the annexation of 14.87 acres located at approximately 12113 S HWY 198 into Payson City.
Receipt of Notice of Certification
The petition was certified as required by Utah Code Section 10-2-405(2), and the Payson City Council received Notice of the Certification on March 26, 2020.
Description of the Property to be Annexed
The area proposed for annexation is located at approximately 12113 S HWY 198 and is more particularly described as follows:
Beginning at a point on the Existing City Boundary Line, which point lies North 89º34'59" East 871.99 feet along the Section Line and South 466.21 feet from the Northwest Corner of Section 29, Township 9 South, Range 2 East, Salt Lake Base and Meridian; and running thence along the Existing City Boundary Line the following eight (8) courses to wit: (1) North 89º15'00" East 360.70 feet, (2) South 12º21'00" West 119.94 feet, (3) North 89º53'29" East 138.60 feet, (4) North 88º08'15" East 387.10 feet, (5) North 88º36'40" East 268.26 feet, (6) North 88º51'08" East 619.22 feet, (7) North 2º56'23" East 0.73 feet, (8) North 88º48'53" East 28.70 feet; thence South 324.58 feet; thence South 89º00'00" West 561.25 feet; thence South 0º39'53" East 10.81 feet; thence South 88º34'40" West 215.17 feet; thence North 1º14'21" West 1.73 feet; thence South 88º40'26" West 529.72 feet; thence South 0º24'16" East 0.70 feet; thence South 89º09'57" West 98.11 feet; thence South 89º12'15" West 477.86 feet; thence North 13º15'00" East 340.55 feet; thence South 89º47'10" West 2.44 feet; thence North 14º05'07" East 121.35 feet to the point of beginning. Containing 14.87 acres.
Inspection and Copy of Petition
The complete annexation petition is available by contacting the Payson City Recorder at 801-465-5205.
City May Grant Petition and Annex Property Unless Protest Filed
The Payson City Council may grant the petition and annex the above-described property unless a written protest to the annexation petition is filed with the Utah County Boundary Commission, and a copy of the protest is delivered to the Payson City Recorder no later than Saturday, April 25, 2020, which is 30 days after the Payson City Council’s receipt of the certification.
Where Protests May Be Filed
Protests shall be filed with the Utah County Boundary Commission, ATTN: Gary Radcliff, Chair, at 2855 South Street, Provo, UT 84606 between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, except holidays. A copy of the protest must also be delivered to the Payson City Recorder’s Office at 439 W Utah Avenue, Payson, Utah, during the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 6:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday, except on holidays. Please use the drop box on the north side of the Payson City Center, 439 W Utah Avenue, Payson, Utah.
Who May File Protests
A protest to the annexation petition may be filed by the legislative body, a governing board of an affected entity, or “the owner of rural real property” according to UCA 10-2-407.
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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.
PARC Grant Applications
Payson City is now accepting PARC Grant applications.
The purpose of the Parks, Arts, Recreation & Culture (PARC) program is to support recreational facilities and cultural organizations that enrich the overall quality of life for residents throughout Payson City. The PARC Program is committed to enhancing city recreational and cultural facilities and providing fair and equitable access to PARC funding through competitive grant opportunities. Grant funds are awarded to a Qualifying Organization defined as – a cultural organization that has 501(c)(3) status and maintains a strong presence within Payson City, or a municipal cultural and/or historical council.
Applications are due electronically by Tuesday, April 14, 2020, by 5 p.m. to email@example.com. For grant applications and policies, please go to www.paysonutah.org.
The intersection at Salem Canal Road and Elk Ridge Drive will be closed from March 30th through April 7th. See the project electronic sign on the construction site for the most current updates.
UPDATE: Closures are in place for utility connections until further notice.
- 100 S (10300 S County Coordinate) to 1500 E ( 2100 W County Coordinate) will be closed until mid May
- 1500 E (2100 W County Coordinate) from 10300 S to SR 198 is open with work being done on the shoulder.
Detours are in place and information will be updated as construction continues.
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.
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 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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