Traverse Ridge Special Service District
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What is Traverse Ridge Special Service District?
The Traverse Ridge Special Service District (TRSSD) was established on December 28, 1999 pursuant to the provisions of the Utah Special Service District Act, Resolution No. 99-82. Those living in the District enjoy the benefits of living in a mountainous community while being only minutes away from city life. Located at the top of Traverse Ridge Mountain, the Traverse Ridge Special Service District was created to provide for additional services which are the result of its geographic location. These services are considered ‘in addition to’ the basic services provided by Draper City to other areas of the community. These services include snow removal, street light fixture upgrades, repair and maintenance of roads, street sweeping and disposal services. The revenue for the District comes from a property tax mill levy. This tax levy changes with the valuation of the properties included in the District, and is intended to provide the same amount of property tax revenue each year (adjusted for new growth). View the resolution creating the TRSSD.
The Interactive Boundary Map is a useful tool in determining whether your current or future home is located within the District.
Call for Applications - Notice: Feb. 11, 2021
Two vacancies are open on the Traverse Ridge Special Service District (TRSSD) Administrative Control Board, which provides snow removal, street lighting, and repair and maintenance of roads in the district. If you are interested in applying, you must be a registered voter within the Special Service District. View the boundaries here: http://bit.ly/trssd_map
If you are interested in applying, submit a letter of interest or resume to Laura Oscarson, Draper City Recorder at email@example.com by March 11, 2021, at 5 p.m. For questions, call 801-576-6502. The candidates will need to be available to participate electronically at the Draper City Council meeting on March 16, 2021 at 5:30 p.m.