Fix It Requests

We appreciate our citizens helping the City be aware of issues that need to be addressed throughout the city such as road repairs, street light/sign repair, park maintenance, water problems (culinary & secondary), garbage can pickup, code ordinance enforcement, and even employee feedback. The City website is a great tool for providing us with notifications. The Fix-it Request link can be found on our homepage at the top left hand side under Popular Pages.

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Syracuse Library


1875 South 2000 West Syracuse, UT 84075

Telephone number:

(801) 451-1850

Library Hours:

Mon-Thurs: 10am-9pm Fri & Sat: 10am-6pm

Passport Applications

Passport application processing services are offered at City Hall between 9 am- 4 pm, processing takes approximately 20-30 minutes per application. Walk-ins are served in the order of arrival, multiple applications and/or photos wait times may be longer. All required forms, photos, and payment must be completed prior to 4 pm to be accepted the same day. Applications can be found on the website. Application fees must be paid with a Check or Money Order made payable to the U.S. Department of State.

More info available on our website

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Green Waste Service

Just a reminder that during the months of December through March, the green waste cans may be used for regular household waste. The green waste program will begin again starting April 1, 2018. For more information, contact the utility department at 801-825-1477, option 2.

The City Council met in a business meeting on December 12, 2017. Detailed Council packets containing further information about the presentations that were made to the Council are available on the City’s website, following is a summary of major actions taken at the meeting:

New Exhibit at the Syracuse Museum

The Syracuse Museum and Cultural Center has recently welcomed a new exhibit for the fall: The Cecelia Ellis Collection of Dolls. The museum was a recent recipient of an extensive doll collection of collectors’ dolls (over 300) and a partial selection of the dolls is now on display in the museum. It’s a little girl’s dream! We promise to have a feature exhibit that may interest boys in the future.

Please stop by and treat yourself to lovely display dolls of all sizes and dress. The museum’s hours are still T-W-Th from 2-5 pm or by special arrangement for larger groups. The museum will be closed from Dec. 15 to Jan. 8 and will reopen on Jan 9. 2018. For additional info, please call 801-825-3633 during museum hours. The museum is on the south side of Antelope Drive (1700 S) just east of 2000 W.


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Senior Events


Jan 10 – Monthly Movie @ 1 pm All Saints/Rated PG

Jan 16 – Think Tuesday @ 10 am Three to Kings/Three Thirteen

Jan 17 – Journal/Personal History Class 10 am – 12 pm

Jan 22 – Bus Trip Washington Terrace Playhouse/Forever Plaid leaves @ 630pm

Jan 24 – Journal/Personal History Class 10 am – 12 pm

Jan 26 – Lunch & Bingo/White Elephant @ 12 pm

Jan 31 – Journal/Personal History Class 10 am – 12 pm


Jan 2 – Senior Yoga @ 8am

Jan 4 – Senior Yoga @ 8am

Jan 9 – Senior Yoga @ 8am

Jan 11 – Senior Yoga @ 8am

Jan 16 – Senior Yoga @ 8am

Jan 18 – Senior Yoga @ 8am

Jan 23 – Senior Yoga @ 8am

Jan 25 – Senior Yoga @ 8am

Jan 30 – Senior Yoga @ 8am


Jan 2 – Pickleball @ 9am – 12pm

Jan 4 – Pickleball @ 10am – 12pm

Jan 9 – Pickleball @ 9am – 12pm

Jan 11 – Pickleball @ 10am – 12pm

Jan 16 – Pickleball @ 9am – 12pm

Jan 18 – Pickleball @ 10am – 12pm

Jan 23 – Pickleball @ 9am – 12pm

Jan 25 – Pickleball @ 10am – 12pm

Jan 30 – Pickleball @ 9am – 12pm


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