Experience the Many Layers

We invite you to experience the many layers our city has to offer. 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.


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.

Experience the Many Layers

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!


Please complete this survey by March 7th, 2018. Payson City has contracted with UVU to guide the City's branding efforts, and this survey will help in that effort.  The results of the survey are confidential and will only be used as input into the development of a branding study for Payson City. 




After Hours Emergency Service

For Power, Water, Sewer, Parks, Streets, Storm Drain
Call 801-465-5270
After hours Emergency Service  

Payson PARC Program


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.

Grants funds 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.

Download PARC Program Grant Application and Policies

Applications due April 10th 2018

Garbage Can

Payson Landfill punch passes.

Beginning January 2018 the landfill punch pass, for residents of Payson, will no longer be issued. If you have not already picked up your pass for 2017 they are still available at the landfill and are good through the end of the year.

The City Council carefully considered this action. Among the factors considered was the amount of fraud that is taking place with duplication of the punch passes.

As a replacement for the discontinued punch pass, Payson City will have a week-long Spring & Fall cleanup where residents can take their debris to the landfill free of charge.

Residents can continue to take their green waste to the landfill at no charge.

Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.


spring clean up

Spring Cleanup

 March 31st—April 7th

Free dumping at the Landfill for residents. All commercials vehicles will still be weighed and charged.



Easter Egg Hunt March 31st 9:00am SHARP!

The Chamber of Commerce Easter Egg hunt will be held on 

March 31st @ 9am SHARP!

Location: Hillman Fields. (800 S & Main Street) 

There will be over 14,000 eggs and prizes

8th Annual Pay It Forward

5k/1 mile Challenge

April 28, 2018 at 8:30am,

Payson City Memorial Park.

Pre-registration $1. Day of Event $5.


For more information call Sarah at 801.404.6476 or visit

paysonutah.org or payitforward5k1milechallenge.blogspot.com


Employment Opportunities

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. 

To learn more about the open positions and how to apply.



Payson City is accepting applications for those interested in serving on the Planning Commission. To qualify for this volunteer position, the City Council is seeking Payson residents over the age of 18 that have an interest in guiding the future growth of the community. There are four (4) positions available for reappointment of current commissioners or appointment of new commissioners. Typically, each Planning Commissioner serves a four (4) year term and  commissioners may reapply for additional terms.

An application may be obtained at the following locations: the

Development Services Department or the customer service desk at the Payson City Center, or online at www.paysonutah.org. All applications must be submitted to the Payson City Deputy Recorder no later than 5:00 p.m. on Monday March 19, 2018.

first aid cpr

First Aid / CPR Class

Payson Fire & Rescue will be offering a

First Aid / CPR Class


Wednesday, April 11th @ 7:00 PM

The cost is $10 and the class is limited to 10 participants

(first come first serve)

Sign up at Payson City offices 439 W Utah Avenue

Monday - Thursday 7:30 AM to 6:00 PM.

Please call 801-465-5252 with any questions


Spring Things to Do at Utah Lake

7 things to do at Utah Lake during the spring. 

Recreation Department

Visit the Recreation Department website to sign up for sports and other recreational activities.

News & Events:

Letter to Strawberry Water Shareholders

Payson, Spanish Fork, Salem & High Line Canal answer questions from concerned Strawberry Water User shareholders. Click here for the letter to Strawberry Water Shareholders.

Golf Course

GolfGladstan 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!

Book a Tee time!

Curbside Recycling


Curbside Recycling

Recycling is now available to Payson City Residents. Downloadable Information Sheet

 Click here for the schedule and more information.

UDOT's I-15 Interchange Study

Environmental Impact Statement

The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) and Payson City are preparing an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) to evaluate the interchange at Main Street (SR-115) and I-15. The study team is currently evaluating the final four alternatives. The next open house will be
in late 2016/early 2017; check here later in the year for specific details.

Study Area:

Study Area

Study Area

Your input is encouraged:

Please email paysoneis@utah.gov     |     Text: 801-859-3770

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Community Alert System!
Community Alert System

Community Alert System

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.

Sign up now

Pay It Forward 5k/1 mile Challenge April 28, 2018

Pay It Forward 5k/1 mile Challenge will be held April 28, 2018. Preregistration is $1; Day of Registration is $5. For registration locations (paper and online), course maps, sponsorship, volunteer and day of activities please visit http://payitforward5k1milechallenge.blogspot.com/

Email the Mayor and City Council