During the Great ShakeOut event on April 22, the emergency preparedness team ran through a mock emergency situation, such as an earthquake, while volunteers filled sandbags for flooding preparation.
Holladay City reviews the proposed budget for the 2017–18 fiscal year.
Holladay City shows their appreciation for Chief Slack’s dedicated service to both the community and the UFA.
In an effort to keep the surrounding trees maintained without homes flooding, the city is looking into the situation at Tanner Ditch.
Holladay development attracts national interest.
Ivory Homes meets with Holladay Chamber of Commerce, along with residents to discuss potential plans for the future of the Cottonwood property.
Holladay City works towards drafting a tree protection ordinance, with residents in support.
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Preparations have been made in anticipation of natural flooding that usually occurs in late May.
After years of work, a Fort Union Area Master Plan was approved to move into the city’s general plan. The next stages are soon to come.