The Code Compliance Office was created to enforce
city, state, and federal laws that affect the standard of living
in Washington City. These laws are generally either unknown or
misunderstood. The Code Compliance Office is dedicated to educating
the public on its rights as citizens and as its role as neighbors.
You may contact the Code Compliance Office with your questions
or concerns at 986-1515. You may also e-mail the Compliance Officer
There’s a new task force in town and their focus is fugitive dust. The Southern Utah Air Quality Task Force was formed to address the growing need for education and enforcement of air quality issues. It is made up of business involved in the construction/development trade, Government officials, and Citizens. While the Task Force is in its infancy great strides have been made to address some of the fugitive dust problems so prevalent in our community. In the months to come the Task Force will be making presentations to municipalities in Southern Utah to educate the lawmakers on the need for increased education and enforcement of air quality hazards. These meetings will be public and we encourage the citizens of Southern Utah to attend and learn what they can do to help. Watch the newsletter for future times and dates.
Adopt your City
Washington City turns 150 this year! When our predecessors came to this valley they found beautiful views and began building, it seems we have never stopped. In that pioneer spirit, of hard work and civic pride, we have created a program for your organization to give back to this historic community. The “Adopt-your-city” program includes locations from road sides, to parks, and even some monuments. There are currently 14 locations to choose from. Log on at www.washingtoncity.org/adpotyourcity to learn more about the program and to see what locations are available.
Log on and help celebrate our sesquicentennial year in the clean beautiful community that started it all.
Jim Keith - Police Chief