THE VINE AT A GLANCE CALENDAR JANUARY HOLIDAY OFFICE HOURS JANUARY 1 CLOSED JANUARY 21 CLOSED Year in Review Events

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1 THE VINE AT A GLANCE 2018 Year in Review 2019 Events HOLIDAY OFFICE HOURS JANUARY 1 CLOSED JANUARY 21 CLOSED New Recreation Programs Sanitation Schedule CALENDAR JANUARY 01 New Years Day 03 Adjusted Garbage Day 09 City 6 PM :30 PM 16 Planning 6 PM 21 Martin Luther King Jr. Day 23 City 6 PM :30 PM Aliesha Shephard vineyardutah.org 125 S. Main Street

2 2018 YEAR IN REVIEW ADMINISTRATION DEPARTMENT PROCESSED APPROXIMATELY 1000 UTILITY APPLICATIONS We completed the Annual Budget Document and submitted it to the Government Finance Officers Association for the first time this year. RECREATION DEPARTMENT PROGRAM ATTENDANCE Fall Soccer League: 351 Participants Blizzard 5K: 142 Participants Blizzard 1/2 mile kids run: 17 Participants Our Recreation Department was created just this year in July. We saw major success in our programs and have many planned for BUILDING DEPARTMENT RESIDENTIAL OCCUPANCY BREAKDOWN PERMIT ISSUANCE COMPARISON Under Construction 975 Single Family Townhome Multi-Family TOTAL UNITS OCCUPIED BUILDING INSPECTIONS ESTIMATED POPULATION ACTIVE CONSTRUCTION 3,815 9,706 15,

3 RECORDERS OFFICE WHAT WE VE BEEN WORKING ON... Implemented the new online code Created a new records retention schedule, which the City Council adopted in August Continued our work in digitizing all city records and categorizing them in our data management system Currently working on an online forms portal to make it easier to submit a records request and business license applications PROCESSED 29 RECORDS REQUESTS ISSUED/RENEWED BUSINESS 168 LICENSES CODE ENFORCEMENT TOTAL 2018 CITIZEN REQUESTS: 230 CITIZEN REQUEST STATUS Public Works 90 Building Department 19 Planning and Zoning 78 10% Open Requests 90% Closed Requests Police Department 43 PLANNING & ZONING 2018 ADU 3X SITE PLAN & ACCESSORY DWELLING UNIT APPROVALS SITE PLANS Amendments Approvals Preliminary Plats ACRES ACCESSORY DWELLING UNITS ADUs, or basement apartments, are regulated by the City to ensure that every resident has safe and standard housing. Filing for an ADU is a very simple process and the application can be found on our website. OPEN SPACE & PARKS

4 PUBLIC WORKS & ENGINEERING 30 + STREETLIGHTS INSTALLED ON 400 N STORM DRAIN SYSTEM UPGRADE Increased stormwater collection flows directing them to Utah Lake BEFORE UPGRADE AFTER UPGRADE 64 PIPE 84 PIPE ADDITIONAL PROJECTS COMPLETED IN acre park Splash Pad at Vineyard Grove Park PI Pond at Penny Springs Park The Shores detention pond 1750 N rebuilt - No longer a private road 300 W roadway completion Mill Road resurfacing/chip seal treatment 2019 EVENTS AND PROGRAMS EVENTS ANNUAL EGG HUNT APRIL 20 EARTH DAY PROJECT APRIL 27 BIKE MONTH MAY VINEYARD HERITAGE CELEBRATION MAY 30 - JUNE 1 BOO-A-PALOOZA OCTOBER 28 CAMPS/TOURNAMENTS COED KICKBALL MAY 3-ON-3 BASKETBALL JUNE YOUTH TENNIS JUNE YOUTH BASKETBALL JULY TURKEY BOWL NOVEMBER SPORTS LEAGUES YOUTH SPRING SOCCER YOUTH SUMMER T-BALL YOUTH FALL SOCCER YOUTH FALL FLAG FOOTBALL RACES GOLD RUSH 5K MARCH SUMMER 5K JUNE LATE NIGHT 5K AUGUST BLIZZARD 5K NOVEMBER

5 NOTICES AND REMINDERS 2019 OFFICIAL MEETING SCHEDULE Planning Commission meetings will be held the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month beginning at 6:00 PM, unless otherwise noted. City Council meetings will be held the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month beginning at 6:00 PM, unless otherwise noted. SANITATION SCHEDULE The 2019 Sanitation Schedule can be found at the end of this newsletter or on our website. Please remember... Cans must be to the curb by 7 AM on the scheduled pickup day. With a rapidly growing community, the trucks schedule changes regularly and may arrive at any time during the day. Cans need to be at least 4 from other cans and at least 8 from parked vehicles, mailboxes, ect. SUB FOR SANTA REPORT A Message from Jacob McHargue City Manager I want to thank our residents for helping make our Sub-for-Santa program such a success this year. Our residents reached out so quickly that we were able to sponsor our original family and another beyond that, for a total of 8 children. I was very impressed as the gifts came pouring in and how generous our residents are! Myself and another City employee had the opportunity to deliver the gifts that were donated by our residents. The gratitude on the faces of the receiving parents was something I wish I could have captured to share with all of you. Both families wanted me to express to you how much this meant for their families. The mother of one of the families met us outside of her home, and with tears in her eyes, told us that this was going to make a huge difference for her family. She was extremely grateful and was so excited to share the gifts with her children. It was an awesome experience that I am thankful to have been a part of it. Thank you again to you all for being the kind of community that is always looking for ways to help others and make a difference. IMPORTANT NUMBERS NON-EMERGENCY POLICE NON-EMERGENCY FIRE/EMS ROCKY MOUNTAIN POWER DOMINION ENERGY VINEYARD CITY OFFICE POST OFFICE

6 VINEYARD 2019 TRASH & RECYCLE CALENDAR Recycle Day Trash Day Holiday GUIDELINES TO ENSURE CONSISTENT SERVICE If a holiday (only those shown above on calendar) falls on a weekday, service will be delayed one day following the holiday. Recycle containers that have trash in them will NOT be dumped as recycling and called into the city. All containers MUST be placed outside by 7 a.m. Containers should be placed in the street with the wheels against the curb or within 2 feet of blacktop with the front of the container facing the street. The container must be placed 4 feet apart from other containers and 8 feet from mailboxes, poles, fences, trees, or parked vehicles for easy access. Please break down cardboard boxes. For more information please call (801)