NOW HIRING – Zoning Administrator: Honeyville City IS HIRING A ZONING ADMINISTRATOR Please email Resumes to: [email protected] POSITION DESCRIPTION: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform the essential job functions satisfactorily.  Since every duty associated with this position may not be described herein, employees may be required to perform duties not specifically spelled out in the job description, but which may be reasonably considered to be incidental in the performing of their duties just as though they were actually written in this job description.   Department:              Planning, Permitting & Enforcement Pay:                            Determined based on experience Position Closing:       June 28, 2024, or when position is filled.   JOB SUMMARY: The Zoning Administrator performs administrative and advanced professional planning work in overseeing the operation of the Zoning Administration Section of the Planning Division.  Responsibilities include: developing and implementing policies and procedures relevant to the administration of the City’s zoning administration program; reviewing and revising applicable codes, policies, and ordinances for implementation of plan goals, objectives and policies as needed or as directed by the Mayor or City Council; and, participating in the management of the Planning Division as it relates to the land development process within the City.  The position is responsible for overseeing all activities relating to any Appeals process and providing staff and citizens with documented interpretations of the Zoning Ordinance.  The Zoning Administrator also serves as a hearing officer in conducting public hearings and deciding cases involving requests for zoning variances, special use permits, and interpretations of the Honeyville City Code, and other matters as designated by the Mayor or City Council.   KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Knowledge of the administrative practices and procedures relative to zoning administration. Knowledge of the codes, ordinances and regulations as applied to administration codes and mandated programs assigned to the Zoning Administrator. Knowledge of the occupational hazards and proper supervision, organization and public administration. Knowledge of the current literature trends and development in the field of zoning administration. Ability to effectively express ideas orally and in writing. Ability to establish and complete work assignments.

Cemetery Policy Reminder


With warmer weather approaching we need to make sure our city employees can maintain our Cemeteries.  Please keep these regulations in mind as you pay tribute to your loved ones.


GENERAL SPRING CLEAN-UP:  All flowers and decorations in permanent containers that are wilted or damaged by the weather will be removed during the last week of March and through the month of April. People that bring in decorations intended for use during the entire year are encouraged to wait until the spring clean-up is completed. Throughout the summer any unsightly or wilted flower decorations will be removed.

MEMORIAL DAY POLICIES:   Cemetery crews begin preparation for Memorial Day the Monday prior to the holiday. Preparation, including mowing, trimming and watering usually takes most of the week to complete and sprinkler irrigation is discontinued from late Thursday afternoon through the end of Memorial Day. The clean-up of the cemeteries will begin Monday morning following Memorial Day. Anyone desiring to pick up their flowers, wreaths or decorations should do so prior to that Monday.

FLOWER POLICY:  All flowers, real or artificial must be placed in a container or attached to the headstone or monument. Flowers in movable containers must be placed on the headstone or monument base to ensure easy access for grass cutting. No glass containers are permitted. Any objects to be driven into the ground, such as wires, irons, sticks, or pegs are not permitted. Any object or decoration not in compliance with these regulations will be removed immediately upon discovery. Flowers on monuments between designated rows are not permitted except on Memorial Day.

OBSTRUCTIONS:  No fences, foot markers, shepherd hooks, or other obstructions or installations, except a headstone or monument will be permitted in the cemeteries. Small fences, foot marker, and shepherd hooks may be installed within a six-inch concrete mow strip attached to the headstone or monument, with the approval of the sexton.

Thank you for following our policies this helps keep our Cemeteries beautiful.