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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

Reminders & Events

Calendar Events

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 City Council meetings are held on the 1st and 3rd 
Tuesdays of each month at 6:00 pm.  There will not be a meeting the third Tuesday of November due to elections.

Planning Commission meetings are held the 4th Tuesday of each month at 6:00 pm.

All meetings are held at the Uintah City Hall, 2191 E 6550 S, Uintah, Utah. Any exceptions will be posted in advance.

Mayor & City Council

Daniel Combe,
 Kristi BellMayor Gordon Cutler,

Michelle RobertsRob Guiller

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

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Our annual CCR (Consumer Confidence Report) was included with your
utility bill and newsletter. You may also view by clicking here
Uintah is pleased to report that our drinking water
meets federal and state requirements.







Recently passed ordinances & resolutions:

Ordinance 287-24 amending the budget for Fiscal Year 2023-2024; providing for a savings and severability clause and providing an effective date.

Ordinance 288-24 enacting compensation increases for specific city officers.

Ordinance 289-24 finalizing and adopting the budget for Fiscal Year 2024-2025; providing for intra-departmental transfers; providing for a savings and severability clause and providing an effective date.
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