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Alpine City Hall

20 North Main Street
Alpine, UT 84004
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8:00am - 5:00pm
Public Works Emergency
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Alpine Nature Center 

Click HERE for website


Public Notices

2018 Meeting Schedule for Planning Commission and City Council.


City Calendar

January 8th
City Council Meeting
7:00 pm @ City Hall
January 15th
Planning Commission Meeting
7:00 pm @ City Hall
January 22nd
City Council Meeting
7:00 pm @ City Hall
February 5th
Planning Commission Meeting
7:00 pm @ City Hall



Social Media Links



Click HERE for Job Description
Click HERE for Job Application

Tree Guide

The City Council has approved a new tree selection guide. This guide is a valuable resource for all Alpine residents. The guide contains information on planting, recommended locations, list of approved trees, and other helpful information. Click HERE to see the new Tree Guide.


Daughters of the American Revolution will be placing Christmas wreaths at the Veterens' Memorial in the Alpine City cemetery on Saturday, December 15th at 11:30 a.m.  There will be a brief ceremony.  All are invited to attend.

ACE DISPOSAL will be picking up your Christmas trees on January 19, 2019. 

Please have them out on the curb that Saturday morning by 7:00 a.m.


Timpanogos Special Service District will be closing the green waste and compost for the season.  The last day of operation for green waste/compost is November 10, 2018.  After this time, compost will be sold by appointment until Spring of 2019.  Christmas trees will also be accepted by appointment.  The green waste/compost will re-open March 6, 2019.  To schedule an appointment:  801-756-5231


The Lone Peak Fire Department has given us a great inspection checklist to help in reducing fuel around our homes to try and prevent loss due to a wildfire.  See the Checklist HERE to find how you can improve your chance of saving your home in a wildfire.


Northbound traffic will be split by a concrete barrier between 2100 North and S.R. 92 beginning, Sunday, August 5 through late 2018.  Drivers must be in the two right lanes to exit at S.R. 92 (Timpanogos Highway)  This is being done for crews to build the new Triumph Blvd. bridge scheduled to open by the end of 2018.  To see a map of the split, click HERE.


Due to extreme fire danger, the map showing where fireworks and/or open fires have been banned has been updated as of April 10, 2018. 

To view the Fireworks Restriction Map, click HERE.

For an overview of the upcoming pressurized irrigation meter installation, please click HERE.

To View the Alpine City Fiscal Year Budget, Click HERE


On May 22nd, the Alpine City Council and a full house of meeting attendees, signed personal pledges to commit to drive at or below posted speed limits within Alpine. They are asking all who drive in our city to commit to the limit with them.

  • Do you belive in obeying the law? Driving the limit is a sign of your respect for other Alpine residents and the rule of law.
  • Is the risk worth your hurry? Did you know that the average risk of death for a pedestrian being hit by a car driving 32 miles per hour is 50%, whereas it is only 10% if you are driving 20 miles per hour?
  • How quick are you? Did you know that if you are driving 32 miles per hour it takes an average of 86 feet for you to stop? Bigger cars take longer and distracted drivers even longer!
  • It’s easy to commit. Driving the limit adds an average of only 2 minutes to your drive but safeguards you and others.
  • Be a helpful citizen. When you drive the limit, you will be helping all the cars behind you to drive the limit also.
  • Enjoy Alpine. Driving the limit will feel slow at first and then you will begin to appreciate your new peaceful pace and the people along the way.
  • TOGETHER we can make Alpine a safer and happier place.

Look for more information soon from your neighbors, friends and in the Newsline. Volunteer to help at

Lambert Park Closed to Motorized Vehicles

On April 24, 2018, the Alpine City Council voted to impose long-term restrictions on motorized vehicles in Lambert Park, except for maintenance and emergency vehicles. The  improved roads to the Bowery and the rodeo grounds will remain open. 

This closure will be strictly enforced by the Lone Peak Police Department. Violation of this policy is a class C misdemeanor punishable by a fine not to exceed $500, as per Section 11-400 of the Alpine City Municipal Code. No shooting is allowed in Lambert Park or within the Alpine City limits.

Charnayne Warnock
Alpine City Recorder
Posted: April 25, 2018


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Text to 911

We are pleased to announce residents anywhere in Utah County can text “911” on their cell phones and connect with a 911 dispatcher.

Speaking directly to a 911 dispatcher is always the best and fastest way to get help in an emergency or to report a crime in progress.  If you can call 911 for help, please do, but for those times when you can’t call, there is now “Text to 911.”

Texting 911 enables citizens to communicate with emergency dispatchers if they are unable to call 911.  Cases of abuse, burglary and robbery have been successfully reported across the country by callers who have been able to text 911 without tipping off a suspect.  We are happy to be able to offer this life saving service to our citizens.

This announcement covers all cities and all the unincorporated areas in Utah County.  As the public safety professionals in Utah County, we are always working to improve our ability to respond to emergencies to help keep you safe.

Reporting Streetlight Outages

If you have a streetlight out, call City Hall at 801-756-6347, ext 3.
See the pictures below to let us know which type of light is out.

See Town and Country Style Light HERE

See Main Street Style Light HERE

See Acorn Style Light HERE


Alpine City will continue to implement a water management plan for 2017.  The overall water use has gone down over the last few years since this policy has been in effect and the landscape looks great. This plan will continue to allow the City to keep the cost of service low.  The following water schedule will be included as part of the plan beginning April 17, 2017:

  • Residential Users:   Use of irrigation water will be allowed three days per week.  Odd numbered addresses will water on Monday, Wednesday & Friday.  Even numbered addresses will water on Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday.  The time period allowed for residential water use will be from 7 pm on the scheduled day for watering until 7 am the following day.  This does not mean that residents should water for a 12 hour time period, but rather a reasonable amount of water can be used during this time period sufficient to provide for the needs of their landscaping.  Smaller 1/4 acre lots should irrigate less hours than larger 1 acre lots.
  • City Parks and other Large Water Users (schools, churches, etc.):   The City will coordinate a plan for irrigation of the parks and large water users.  The plan will require watering during the day to balance the use in the system.  Some parks will be watered less frequently than others.
  • Agricultural Users:   Alpine City will coordinate with the Alpine Irrigation Company and the agricultural users to implement a water management program.
  • Enforcement:        

              -  First Offense:  Warning.
              -  Second Offense:  $50 fine, payment required to have PI valve unlocked.
              -  Third and Future Offenses:  $200 fine, payment required to have PI valve unlocked.


See link ( for information regarding the wildlife, plants and open spaces in and around Alpine City.  There is also information regarding events and volunteer opportunities.  The mission of the Alpine Nature Center is to foster a connection between our community and the natural world through learning, stewardship, and appreciation of the Alpine ecosystems.


Part 14-121 and Part 14-219 of the Alpine City Municipal Code

Adopted by Ordinance No. 2011-14

If any person fails to pay the water charges within 30 days of the date due, the recorder or water supervisor shall give the customer notice in writing, of intent to discontinue service to the customer.  Customers are required to pay the bill in full within five days from the date of notice.

If an account is not paid after thirty-five (35) days, water service will be discontinued.

Before water service to the premises can be restored, all delinquent water charges must be paid in full to the city along with a 10% assessment fee.  In addition, an extra charge of $70.00 for turning the water off and back on will be assessed.

Delinquent sewer charges are subject to the same regulations and fees.

To see adopted ordinance, click HERE


Click HERE to view the Urban Deer Committee's report to the City Council.


  • Between April 1st and October 31st all floral pieces, decorations and displays shall be limited to the area within the headstone and concrete border and will be removed each Wednesday morning to facilitate mowing.
  • Use of glass, rocks, bark chips, statues, etc., are prohibited.  
  • Shepherd's hooks, wire and wire trellises are prohibited from April 1st to October 31st, 2016, except for the period of time from Thursday before Memorial Day to the second Monday after Memorial Day


Alpine City 2016

Click HERE for more information.


On February 23, 2016 the Alpine City Council approved the following items as related to the Alpine Cemetery:

1.To place a moratorium on the sale of plots in the Alpine Cemetery.  The only exception is if there is a death in the family of an Alpine resident.  In that case the family will be allowed to purchase up to three (3) plots.

Alpine has a little over one hundred (100) plots left in the Cemetery.  The City is averaging sales of between sixty (60) to seventy (70) plots a year, after taking into account plot buy backs.  If this rate of sales continues the City will run out of Cemetery plots in a short while.

2.To enforce a strict interpretation on fees related to operations at the Cemetery.  To get the Alpine City resident fee rate the person who has passed away must have been an actual resident of Alpine at the time of passing.

3.To initiate an aggressive buy back program of previously purchased plots. If you would like to sell back your plots or know of anyone who has plots that they do not need, please contact the City.  The City will buy back your plots at $985.00 a plot.

4.To issue an RFP for a comprehensive design of the Cemetery, with a focus on the north end of the Cemetery.  The City will shortly issue a request for proposals to engage a design firm to develop a comprehensive plan for the Cemetery.  The City will focus its development efforts on the north side of the Cemetery.  This will also include work on 600 North street.


Purpose: The purpose of the Accessory Apartment Ordinance is twofold:

1.  To allow homeowners to rent part of their homes to others safely and legally.

2.  To keep illegal duplexes from covering the City and lowering the property values of everyone who lives in the City.

How does it work:

1.  You fix up a part of your home to rent to someone (it helps to call the City first).

2.  You call the City to register your apartment.

3.  The City sends out a building inspector to make sure it is safe.

4.  You pay $50 and you are off and running.

5.  You pay your fee each year and continue to rent your space out.

How does it NOT work:

1.  You can't rent out both the top and bottom of your home and then go live in American Fork.  You have to live in your home to rent part of it out.

2.  You can't just rent out part of your home out without registering with the City.

3.  If you rent it and don't register it then you could be fined.



Alpine City FAQ:

Q - How do I get reimbursed for a library card?
A - Bring your receipt from any library into City Hall.  See Carolyn or DeAnn in the Water Department.  We can reimburse you up to $40 per year.
Q - Where do I get a burn permit?