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Welcome to the City of Uintah!

We are a family-oriented community, founded upon principles of accountability and integrity, while preserving the quality of life for future generations.
Uintah City Mission Statement approved and adopted
by the City Council April 5th, 2016

Important Phone Numbers

Weber County Sheriffs Office

Emergency 911
Dispatch  801-629-8221

Weber County Animal Control
Office 801-399-8244
Emergency 801-629-8221

Weber-Morgan Health Department
Office 801-399-7100

Uintah City Business Directory
City Licensing Official 801-479-4130

City Meetings

Uintah City holds its City Council meetings on the 1st and 3rd 
Tuesdays of each month at 7:00 pm.  There will not be a meeting the first Tuesday of November due to elections.

Planning Commission meetings are held the 4th Tuesday of each month at 7:00 pm.

All meetings are held at the Uintah City Hall, 2191 E 6550 S, Uintah, Utah.

Any exceptions will be posted in 

Mayor & City Council

Jerry Smith, Michelle RobertsMayor Gordon Cutler,
Kristi BellDave Boothe

Uintah City Hall

2191 East 6550 South

Uintah, UT 84405
M-W 9 am to 5 pm
Th-F 9 am to 1 pm
Phone: (801) 479-4130   
Fax: (801) 476-7269

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Reminders & Events

 park cars, trucks, or any other vehicles on 6600 South between the railroad tracks
and the road.

This area is
private railroad property.

The Weber County Sheriff has been instructed to keep this safety area clear of all vehicles.

Violators will be towed at their own 

Residents: In an effort to be prepared for any spring flooding, Uintah City has started gathering sandbags and sand to fill them. If you live along the river and would like to have sandbags ready at your home, please contact Public Works to arrange a time to come fill bags.

Residents of Uintah City only, please try to be considerate and reach out during business hours if possible. Jeff Holden 801-388-3558

The Utah Department of Transportation has launched an Environmental Assessment (EA) to study potential improvements to the I-84/US 89 interchange in Weber County. The study is developing concepts to address congestion, improve safety and provide reliable access for drivers, local residents and businesses.

Questions? Visit for more information about the study and to learn how to submit your comments. Reach out to the study team at or 385-365-1616.


UTA is launching planning efforts for the new Long-Range Transit Plan. The primary goals of the Long-Range Transit Plan include strengthening partnerships across communities; assessing long-term transit needs; developing a system-wide vision for the future; and establishing strategies for implementation. You’ll find more information about this process and how to get involved at UTA is hosting a virtual public kick-off event on Tuesday, January 17 at 6pm to share more about the Long-Range Transit Plan – registration can be found here:
UTA is also still accepting responses to the transit needs and priorities community survey which will inform both our Five-Year Service Plan and Long-Range Transit Plan.
These planning stages are the best time to be involved if you want to help shape projects to benefit our community.

Calendar Events



Uintah City is looking for bids to complete the CDBG funded project located at the entrance of Cottonwood estates. If you are interested, please contact City Staff or Matt Harvigson - City Engineer with questions. Click here for bid advertisement.

Uintah City would like to thank Ansley Petty for her work at Udays 2022.

Did you know she planned and organized youth night?! She is an amazing youth who is highly involved in school and the community. Ansley was nominated by City Council to be recognized as an outstanding community youth and awarded a $1,000 college scholarship provided by the Bonneville Communities that Care.
Congratulations Ansley!

If you’d like to help next year or want to join the Bonneville communities that care coalition, please contact City Hall or Kristi Bell.




New Resolution No. 22-1004 BLDG & PARKS amending the rules and regulations and setting fees for the use of various city facilities.

New Ordinance 273-22 extending the building moratorium for Uintah City for six months.

(Kelty Littrell with Congressman Moore in Washington D.C.)

Bonneville Communities that Care recently went to Washington D.C. to participate in training and meet with state representatives to share the importance of prevention. The youth leaders from Bonneville high school presented and shared their feelings and knowledge of opioid prevention and encouraged our national leaders to continue funding issues they face each day in school. One outstanding youth from Bonneville high happens to live in Uintah and represented us with poise and distinction. Uintah would like to spotlight this amazing youth and congratulate her on all her accomplishments.

Kelty is the junior class president, NHS officer and member of multiple clubs and crews. In her free time, she likes to write poems, read, listen to music, watch movies, and hang out with friends. Her favorite classes are psychology an AP lang. One day she hopes to get a degree in psychology to aid at crime scenes. If there was one thing Kelty would encourage her classmates, peers, and friends to do, it would be to get involved in the community (especially in the Bonneville CTC) and to see the world. Kelty’s dream is to go to Japan one day (possibly for the food).

Kelty radiates a love and passion to make this world a better place, we have no doubt her future holds great things.
from the Weber County Sheriff's Office

The best way to help the community is to be a good witness. If you see suspicious people in the neighborhood, call 911. You won’t be bothering anyone and each call makes a difference. Even if Deputies are too far away or busy on calls and can’t respond immediately, your description of the suspects may help link cases together. Any information reported to Deputies may help months down the road when a suspect is apprehended and multiple cold cases can be linked to that suspect. Be descriptive and safe as you gather information about suspicious people. Don’t put yourself in harm’s way, but gender, height, ethnicity, clothing descriptions, and photographs are all helpful to Detectives. Most of the time, we have very little or no information to assist with these investigations. Fingerprints rarely aid in finding a suspect, so we rely on good descriptions of suspicious people.

Weber County Sheriff's Office


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