14 Aug / 2019
On June 26, 2019, the Herriman City Council passed an ordinance adopting a monthly Stormwater Utility fee that will be assessed to Herriman residents. For an explanation of the fee process, financial information and an explanation of why residents are being charged and how the fees are being calculated click below.
13 Aug / 2019
Registration is now open for the first Herriman Police Department’s Citizen Academy.
Herriman residents, over the age of 18, are invited to join us every Thursday evening for 10 weeks and learn what it takes to be a police officer. Classes will start on September 12th and run through November 14th from 6:00–9:00pm.
Space is limited. Registration is first-come, first-serve.
07 Aug / 2019
We picked up this handsome fellow, a lab mix with a blue-collar, near Smiths.
He’d really like to sleep in his bed tonight so if you know his owners have them call us at 801-758-0080.
06 Aug / 2019
Stella has been missing since August 1st. She is an orange and white Brittany Spaniel. If you see her wandering, please call dispatch at 801-840-4000. Help us get her safely returned to her owners.
02 Aug / 2019
Thursday’s Planning Commission meeting included several presentations and discussions for various items, as well as 10 votes.
HTC Communities LLC and Edge Homes presented concepts and ideas for mixed-use and multi-family residential units in the Herriman Towne Center, which were included in the original development agreement for the area. The main items discussed for the next phase of the Towne Center project included ensuring ample parking with the addition of residential and commercial areas adjacent to the popular J. Lynn Crane Park and the city hall, retaining the look and feel of the existing area in the architecture of the buildings, and accounting for hot and cold weather and precipitation when considering the walkability of the commercial areas around the park. The Commission voted 6-0 for both items to continue the discussion at a later date.
An updated plan for the Game Pointe indoor/outdoor recreation center was presented. Feedback from the Commission included ensuring ample parking, convenient and safe walkability for customers to around the structure, and that the exterior design is practical, attractive, and consistent with the feel of the community. The Commission voted 6-0 to continue the discussion at a later date.
The Commission voted 6-0 to approve a site plan of 30 single-family lots for Ivory Homes in phase 1 of Hidden Oaks Pod 4 at approximately 6710 W Herriman Highway with conditions. They also voted 4-2 to approve a preliminary plat for the subdivision, with concern from some Commission members that occupancy of a model home be withheld until the street was completed.
A 5-1 vote recommended approval to the City Council of a draft Parks, Recreation, Open Space, and Trails Master Plan as an element of the Herriman City General Plan. The main topic of discussion included requesting the consultant include private neighborhood parks constructed by developers or homeowners associations in statistics when considering the level of service.
• 6-0 to approve a subdivision amendment to adjust the location of a 30% slope restriction for Craig Gunther at 14491 S Herriman View Cove (Lot 307)
• 6-0 to recommend approval of a zoning text amendment to specify that animal services are provided by Herriman City Animal Services (previously Salt Lake County Animal Services)
• 6-0 to table a draft Planned Community Zone for large scale planned developments. (Staff will study additional options and amend the proposal for future consideration)
• Voted 6-0 to recommend approval of a zoning text amendment to increase the landscape buffer standards in the TM Technology Manufacturing Zone