Honeyville City Public Works Job Opening: HONEYVILLE CITY IS NOW HIRING   Honeyville City has a job opening in our Public Works Department and is looking for a hardworking individual that is interested in growing their skillset, while also doing a job that effects Honeyville residents every day.   The Public Works Employee will perform daily tasks in the following areas:   Water System Operations Snow Removal Operating & Maintaining Equipment Maintain Roads/Parks/Cemeteries/City Buildings Additional duties as needed   Physical Demands: Frequently lifting 25-50 pounds with occasional lifting of 100 pounds or more. Ability to stand or walk most of the time with bending, twisting     while working on irregular surfaces. Ability to climb ladders to access rooftops, trenches, etc. Exposure to excessive noise & vibration     Additional Job Information: Full Time Position Paid Time Off Potential for Retirement Benefits $23.00/hr. or more depending on experience Valid Driver’s License Required   To apply please email your resume to [email protected] OR bring your resume to Honeyville City Office located at 2635 W. 6980 N.     Job Posting will close end of day Wednesday, September 21, 2022

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2022 Spring Clean Up


2022 Spring Clean-Up: 

In an effort to tidy up our community the City Council has decided to reimburse residents for the cost of one load dumped at the County Landfill during the month of May.

 

* If you take your load out on May 7th or 21st the landfill only charges for the first load;

The remaining loads hauled on those days are free as long as they are all a regular pick-up size load. *

 

To receive reimbursement * Bring your receipt to City Hall before June 10th (located at 2635 W. 6980 N.)*

 

PLEASE REMEMBER THAT HONEYVILLE CITY HAS ORDINANCES IN PLACE THAT REQUIRE PROPERTIES TO BE MAINTAINED AND KEPT FREE OF JUNK; THEY ARE AS FOLLOWS:

Honeyville City Code 4-2-5: Nuisances on Property defines a “nuisance” as any condition or use of premises or of building exteriors which are deleterious or injurious, noxious or unsightly, which includes, but is not limited to, keeping or depositing on or scattering over the premises any of the following:

1.     Lumber, junk, trash or debris.

2.    Abandoned, discarded or unused objects or equipment such as automobiles, furniture, stoves, refrigerators, freezers, cans, containers or other discarded items not currently in use.

 

Honeyville City Code 10-22-3:  Abandoned, Wrecked or Junk Vehicles states:  Abandoned Vehicles Prohibited: It shall be unlawful to park or permit the parking of any licensed or unlicensed motor vehicle or parts thereof in an abandoned condition upon any public or private property within the city except as follows:

1.     In any residential or agricultural zone, two (2) or less such vehicles or parts thereof may be stored in a building or within a rear yard.

 

(* The entirety of these codes and more can be found on honeyvillecity.org under government/municipal code *)