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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After Hours Utility Emergencies:
For Power, Water, Sewer, Parks, Streets, and Storm Drain
Please Call 801-465-5270
Please Do Not Contact Us Through the Comments if There Is An Emergency, Please Call The Number Above if Our Office is Closed or Call Debbie at 801-465-5217 During Work Hours if There is a Utility or Garbage Issue.
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:
Pickleball, Skatepark & Park Pavilions are now open
We are excited to let you know, that we have opened the pickleball courts, skatepark, and the park pavilions and restrooms.
The playground will remain CLOSED at this time.
Please follow social distancing recommendations while using these facilities.
COVID-19 Message from Mayor & Council
May 6, 2020
Greetings Citizens of Payson,
We are going through some challenging times. The Covid-19 virus has caused considerable disruption of our everyday lives. It has caused the delay and outright cancellation of time-honored activities.
We will get through these challenges as we continue to be vigilant in the fight against this virus. We will get back to normal, hopefully one that is not too far from the normal we know.
There has been some confusion about the Utah County Health Departments statement that we are experiencing a spike in Covid-19 cases (Hot Spot).
The Payson City Manager Dave Tuckett and I have been in close contact with the Utah County Health Director Ralph Clegg. He re-emphasized today that the Utah County Health Department has not shut down a business in Payson due to coronavirus concerns. The two business that were shut down in Utah County were not located in Payson. In addition, Dr. Angela Dunn, Utah State Epidemiologist reported today at the Governor’s Press Conference, that the two businesses that were shut down in Utah County do not interact with the general public.
We are experiencing a spike in positive tests for the virus. The state and county health departments are reacting to that spike appropriately. We are working hard to keep up with the correct information given to us from Utah County and the State of Utah.
Please continue to observe the directives Governor Herbert and his task force have recommended. As we do we will move from Orange to Yellow and eventually to Green, the goal we all want to achieve.
Mayor Bill Wright
Payson City Council Meeting - August 5, 2020
Notice is hereby given that the Payson City Council will hold their regularly scheduled City Council meeting beginning at 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday, August 5, 2020, at the Payson City Center, 439 West Utah Avenue, Payson, Utah, as well as a link through Zoom Video Communications found below to participate and/or view the meeting.
Topic: City Council Meeting August 5, 2020
Time: Aug 5, 2020 06:00 PM Mountain Time (US and Canada)
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PARC Tax Committee Applications Due September 8, 2020
Payson City is now accepting PARC Tax Committee applications.
Payson City is accepting applications for those interested in serving on the PARC Tax Committee. To qualify for this volunteer position, the City Council is seeking Payson residents over the age of 18. There are two (2) positions available for reappointment of current members or appointment of new members. These positions will serve until August 2022.
An application may be obtained at the following locations at the customer service desk at the Payson City Center or online at www.paysonutah.org. All applications must be submitted to the Payson City Recorder no later than 6:00 p.m. on September 8, 2020.
/s/ Kim E. Holindrake
Kim E. Holindrake, MMC
Payson City Recorder
Posted this 3rd day of August, 2020 in the Payson City Center and on the Utah Public Notice Website and published in the Payson Chronicle on August 5, 2020.
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News & Events:
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!
Get alerts about emergencies and other important community news by signing up for our Emergency Alert Program. This system enables us to provide you with critical information quickly in a variety of situations, such as severe weather, law enforcement activity, missing persons and evacuations of buildings or neighborhoods.
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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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 firstname.lastname@example.org. For grant applications and policies, please go to www.paysonutah.org.
Proposed Sewer, Culinary Water, and PI Water Impact Fees
Payson City is proposing updating the Sewer, Culinary Water, and Pressurized Irrigation Water Impact Fees. Here are the proposed reports and the proposed fees are included in the Reports.
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.
Notice of Intent to Prepare Impact Fee Facilities Plans and Impact Fee Analyses
Pursuant to Utah Code Ann. §§ 11-36a-501 and 11-36a-503, notice is hereby given that Payson City, a municipal corporation of the State of Utah, located in Utah County, Utah, intends to commence the preparation of amending its impact fee facilities plans (IFFPs) and impact fee analyses (IFAs), with respect to the following public facilities: (i) drinking water rights and water supply, treatment, storage, and distribution, (ii) pressurized irrigation water rights and water supply, storage, and distribution, (iii) sewer collection and treatment, and (vi) parks and recreation.
The geographic area that will be included in the IFFPs and IFAs are all areas within Payson’s boundaries, the Payson City Annexation Policy Plan, and any areas served by Payson City.
All interested persons are hereby invited to provide information for the City to consider in the process of preparing, adopting, and implementing or amending the referenced documents.
Dated this 14th day of July, 2020.
/s/ Kim E. Holindrake
Kim E. Holindrake, Payson City Recorder
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.