DO NOT park cars, trucks, or any other vehicles on 6600 South between the railroad tracks and the road. This area is private rail road property. The Weber County Sheriff has been instructed to keep this safety area clear of all vehicles.
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
The public is strongly encouraged to respond to the 2020 Census online using a desktop computer, laptop, smartphone, or tablet, and can also respond by phone or mail. Everyone should respond to the 2020 Census as soon as you receive your invitation — and when you're finished, please make sure your friends, families and social networks know about the importance of responding.
The U.S. 89 – Farmington to I-84 project team has created a Facebook group so nearby residents can stay informed about the project, share information directly from UDOT with their neighbors, and ask questions and submit comments to the team.
AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE from the Weber County Sheriff's Office
Our biggest reoccurring crime in Uintah is vehicle burglaries. After that, thefts are the second most occurring. Both of these can be prevented with a few easy measures that require very little effort. First of all, the kind citizens need to LOCK THEIR CARS! Of all the vehicle burglaries, all have been unlocked. The suspects walked through neighborhoods simply pulling on door handles, then rifling through the unlocked vehicles they find. Next to locking your vehicle, please hide any valuables from plain view from outside your vehicle. If your vehicle is locked, and there’s nothing of value seen from the outside, they will pass your vehicle by. This can be echoed with residential home doors and garage doors. Keep them closed and locked! Plus, keep valuables out of plain view, put hitch locks on your trailer tongues, and keep your property well-lit at night.
The second 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.
Thank you for your help.
Detective Miles Weber County Sheriff's Office
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Thanks to Luke!
Uintah Resident Luke Mildon donated his hand-made recreation of the city’s logo and train engine to the city office on March 5, 2014.We are fortunate to have Luke share his talents with us as a city.You can see his handcrafted woodwork on display at city hall. This donation will stand as a reminder to all who view it of the rich legacy of our city history. Thank you, Luke, for your very generous donation, and for this unique demonstration of your handiwork!
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