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  • Long-time Executive Director for The Point Steps Down, Replacement Sought

    After five transformative years leading The Point, Alan Matheson is stepping down as executive director to accept a position managing land and water resources at Rio Tinto Kennecott. The Point of the Mountain State Land Authority (Land Authority) has initiated a nationwide search to select an executive director.

  • Public Comment - Potential Creation of New School District in Utah County

    The cities of Alpine, American Fork, Cedar Hills, Draper, Highland, and Lehi initiated the process of studying the creation of a potential new Central School District (CSD) to serve their communities. For Draper City, the district would only serve the portion of its residents living in Utah County.

  • Draper City Partners with Lehi City to Preserve More Open Space

    Draper City has partnered with Lehi City to preserve 900 acres of open space in Traverse Mountain.

  • CORRECTION Public Safety Reminder - Motorized Scooters and Other Vehicles

    With summer in full swing and kids out of school enjoying the break, please be aware of the law related to motorized scooters and other vehicles. Draper Police Department is stopping as many as possible in violation, educating about proper use, and citing when necessary.

  • The Point Proposes Former Prison Chapel as National Historic Site

    The Point of the Mountain State Land Authority (Land Authority) has voted unanimously to advance an application that, if approved, would designate the Chapel by the Wayside as a national historic site.

  • Statue of Responsibility Proposal - The Point

    Supporters of the Statue of Responsibility proposal at The Point development have promoted the project in the media this week. Due to this attention, Draper City has received questions about the proposal. The Point development is not under the control of Draper City. It is state-owned land and decisions related to the development are made by the Point of the Mountain State Land Authority.

  • Tentative Budget Proposes Tax Increase for Fire and Police Needs

    Mayor Walker is proposing a property tax increase that would place Draper as the second lowest property tax rate among Salt Lake County cities. This increase would address critical needs, adding $1.6 million to the budget for our fire and police departments. The tax increase would amount to an additional cost of between $4.25 per month to $12.75 per month to residents, depending on home value (for values between $500,000 and $1.5 million). 

  • South Valley Sewer Project - 700 East

    The South Valley Sewer District has begun a project to repair various segments of the aging sewer infrastructure in Riverton, Bluffdale, South Jordan, Sandy, and Draper. The project area in Draper will be on 700 East between 12500 South and Sunburn Lane (south of 11400 South).

  • Lone Peak Parkway Closure-Detour

    Draper City has closed a portion of Lone Peak Parkway between 13100 South and Redberry Road to investigate and address structural deficiencies of a concrete box culvert (bridge) over the canal that crosses the road in this vicinity.

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Draper, UT 84020

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