Lindon City is a full-service suburban community located 45 minutes south of Salt Lake City. Nestled below beautiful Mount Timpanogos, Lindon is an attractive destination for residents and businesses alike. Lindon supports hundreds of businesses and is rich in outdoor recreation opportunities with multiple parks, trails, and amenities. With a population of 10,600 the city was honored in 2009, 2011, and 2013 when CNN Money Magazine ranked Lindon within the "100 Best Small Cities to Live In America".
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Secondary Water Information
Lindon has not restricted outdoor watering to certain days of the week. However, in order to conserve our limited water resources, we do require outdoor watering to take place between the hours of 6 pm and 10 am. Mid-day watering is not permitted. Thank you for observing these watering hours, and remember to turn off your sprinklers if it’s raining! Also, in order to prevent flooding, please make sure that our storm drains are kept free from debris.
Thank you for your help and cooperation this watering season. If you have any questions please contact the Public Works offices at 801-796-7954
The link below contains the Lindon City 2016-2017 (FY17) Tentative Budget adopted April 19, 2016. An updated Proposed Budget was adopted May 17, 2016 and the final 2016-17 Budget adopted June 21, 2016. The public is invited to attend any public budget meetings.
Lindon City has some surplus topsoil for sale and available by appointment for pick up at the Public Works Department at 946 West Center Street. The cost is $10 per yard. If interested please call 801-796-7954 between 7am and 3:30 pm to schedule a pick up time and we will be happy to load it in a truck or trailer for you. Thanks!
Lindon Days is fast approaching! Our annual celebration will be held August 1st-6th this year and the theme is "Red, White & Blue." Please join us as we celebrate a great country, great freedom and great people!
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Newly Appointed Councilmember
In a City Council meeting held on June 7, 2016, the Mayor and City Council interviewed four individuals who submitted applications to be considered for appointment to fill the vacant City Council seat left open when Councilmember Randi Powell resigned. After completion of the interviews, Dustin Sweeten was selected and appointed by motion of the Council to fill the vacancy for the remainder of the term ending in January 2018 and was sworn into office at the City Council meeting held on July 5th. Congratulations Councilmember Sweeten, you will serve the City well as a member of the City Council.
Lindon City Drinking Water Quality Report
We’re pleased to present to you this year’s Annual Drinking Water Quality Report (2015 Calendar year). This report is designed to inform you about the quality of the water and services we deliver to you every day. Our constant goal is to provide you with a safe and dependable supply of drinking water. We want you to understand the efforts we make to continually improve the water treatment process and protect our water resources. We are committed to ensuring the quality of your water. Our water sources have been determined to be from groundwater sources. We are pleased to report that our drinking water meets all federal and state requirements. Please see the water quality report below for more information.
Notice to Residents
Please see the attached NOTICE DRAFTS for the Water & Sewer Impact Fee Analysis (IFA) as per required noticing.
Impact Fee Ordinance: LCC Title 11
Summary of proposed Water & Sewer Impact Fee changes
Lindon Culinary Water Impact Fee Analysis (IFA)
Lindon Sanitary Sewer Impact Fee Analysis (IFA)
Fireworks Discharge Restrictions
Because of a result of extreme fire danger along our mountain interface and our west wetland area, Lindon City has a permanent fireworks restriction in place (Resolution 2014-4-R). These areas include all land west of Interstate 15 within the Lindon City limits, including the Lindon Marina. This also includes all “Undeveloped Land” within the City Limits as well as all City Parks. On the east side of town restrictions include all areas within an approximate distance of 500 feet from the foothills and U.S. Forest Service or BLM lands. This includes the Dry Canyon Trailhead and the 1200 East Horse Transfer Station. It was decided that in the interest of clarity, these boundaries would be drawn using existing city roads which are at least 500 feet from designated lands. Please help us all to be safe and to protect our beautiful natural environment and watershed. Please reference the maps below for exact boundaries. Fireworks are not allowed in all Lindon City Parks (signs will be posted)!
2016 Lindon City-wide fireworks restriction map
2016 Lindon City foothills fireworks restriction map
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Notice of Public Hearing
Culinary Water Impact Fee Facility Plan (IFFP) and the Sanitary Sewer Impact Fee Facilities Plan with supporting Impact Fee Analysis (IFA) and Master Plan and Capital Facilities plan for both Water and Sewer.
Project ChildSafe is a nationwide program whose purpose is to promote safe firearms handling and storage practices among all firearms owners through the distribution of key safety education messages and free gun locking devices. FREE gunlocks are now available at the Lindon City Police Department.
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Illegal Spills or Discharge or other storm water concerns, such as storm water drain backups, dumping into the storm water system, etc. or if you are witnessing an immediate violation.
Notice to Residents
Some large grave site decorations/items removed from the Cemetery clean-up held on June 29th were saved and can be picked up at the Public Works Building located at 946 West Center Street in Lindon. The items will be available for pick up until the end of July. Any questions call 801-796-7954. Thank you.