20 Sep / 2018
On Thursday, September 20th, a contractor doing work in the area of 13400 S and Rosecrest Rd punctured a water main. Crews were on the scene to shut the water off but there was enough damage that the following areas, south of Walgreens and listed below in red, are currently without water. Crews should have water running again later Thursday evening. Visit Herriman City social media channels for the latest up-to-date information.
05 Sep / 2018
Herriman City is providing a dumpster program for residents. Please be prepared to show proof of residency (DL, water bill) with your name and address.
Dumpsters will be available beginning September 10th, from 7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Please refer to the schedule below for dates and locations of dumpsters.
28 Aug / 2018
While Salt Lake County officials are advising caution for any body of water connected to the Jordan River, where levels of algae-related toxins were found present, Blackridge Reservoir is currently still open for normal recreation through Labor Day weekend.
The following was released from Salt Lake County Health Department:
Algae-related Toxin Detected in Jordan River
A low level of anatoxin-a means people and pets should stay our of the water itself, but recreational activities like boating should not present a threat to health
The Salt Lake County Health Department (SLCoHD) received test results yesterday showing a low level (0.45 micrograms per liter) of an algae-related toxin called anatoxin-a present in the Jordan River.
The EPA “action level” for this toxin is any detection of its presence, so health officials advise people to not enter the water itself, and to keep dogs from entering or drinking rivers water. Toxins present at this level have not been shown to present a health threat to people on the surface of the river, such as while kayaking or boating.
To read the full press release, click here.
21 Aug / 2018
The cost comparison for Herriman to create its own police department compared to staying with Unified Police Department was presented to the City Council during the May 16, 2018 meeting. Below you are able to view the comparison presentation, as well as the video to the discussion itself.