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Welcome to the official Website of the city of Syracuse, Utah. The City of Syracuse is a vibrant Utah community of 27,000 residents who enjoy a high quality of life in a safe, family oriented community.  Syracuse is located just north of Salt Lake City and is nestled between the Wasatch Mountains and the Great Salt Lake. Syracuse is known as the "Gateway to Antelope Island." With a diverse economy, a beautiful natural setting, and warm friendly people, our city offers a perfect place to call home, to visit for recreation, meet new friends, or to conduct business.


Email letters of interest to Shauna Greer at sgreer@syracuseut.com




Farmers Market begins July 5th.  Click for an Application
Questions contact Noah Steele at 801-614-9672 or Stacy Adams 801-614-9627 

We would like to let all Syracuse Citizens know that the City will be covering the cost of landfill loads for any residents that need to take debris, branches, etc to the landfill resulting from the wind storm yesterday. We will provide this free service through October 8th to give residents time to clear up the debris and run it to the landfill.
You will need to provide ID at the gate that shows you are a Syracuse City resident in order for the landfill to let you dump your load free of charge. The address to the landfill is 650 UT-193, Layton, UT 84041 and their hours of operation are today from 7 AM to 6 PM.
  
JENNY OAKS BAKER - FAMILY FAVORITES

The Syracuse Symphony Orchestra is excited to announce a very special concert in collaboration with Jeannie Oaks Baker

Friday May 26th at 7:00pm
Syracuse High School Auditorium
Special event pricing $10.00 Reserved Seating

 
OKLAHOMA!

The Syracuse City Arts Council is pleased to announce our summer musical Oklahoma! 
Performances will be August 3-7 in the Syracuse High Auditorium. Auditions will be held May 6th. The show will be directed by Dixie Hartvigsen.
We are currently accepting letters 
of interest for our production team. Contact orchestra@syracuseutaharts.org for more info. 

 
ANTELOPE BY MOONLIGHT BIKE RIDE



Join us for the 24th annual family friendly, non-competitive bike ride at Antelope Island State Park, in the middle of Great Salt Lake.

Friday, July 7 at 7:30 PM - 11:59 PM

The ride starts at 10pm (check-in starts at 7:30pm) at White Rock Bay and is lit by the full moon. The 24 mile route goes from White Rock Bay to the historic Fielding Garr Ranch and back.

The event will provide:
- Entertainment 
- Costume contests
- Fun way to get active
- Perfect way to experience Antelope Island & give back*

Learn more & register on our website: www.antelopebymoonlight.com

*All proceeds of this event go to Friends of Antelope Island http://friendsofantelopeisland.com a nonprofit organization which supports the island's interperative, educational, recreational and research programs at Antelope Island State Park. 

 
  
Public Notices
All public notices will be posted here: http://www.utah.gov/pmn/index.html 

Title 10 Land Use - 10.82 Residential Planned Community Zone (RPC) (Added Ord. 16-27)