Welcome to the City of Holladay.

Our community of well-established neighborhoods is great place to live and raise a family. Mount Olympus provides a beautiful focal point for the natural beauty that abounds in the area. Abundant recreational opportunities in our parks, on our trails and in the nearby mountains, make this city a special place. We hope this website provides the information you need about your city and its government.

Calendar

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* City Council MeetingCity Council Meeting

Time: 6:00 pm

The City Council meets the 1st & 3rd Thursday of every month.

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* Town Hall MeetingTown Hall Meeting

Time: 7:00 pm

Town Hall Meeting Meet Your Legislators

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City Hall Closed in honor of President's Day

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Upcoming Events

In The News....

City Council Meeting – Aug. 24

August 21, 2017

The City Council will hold a meeting on Thursday, Aug. 24 at 6:00 pm.   The agenda and supporting documents are now available.

Administrative Appeals Hearings – Aug. 24

August 21, 2017

An Administrative Appeals Hearing is set for Thursday, August 24 starting at 10:00 am.  There will be three items/hearings addressed. The agenda is now available.

Planning Commission Public Hearing – Aug. 29

August 16, 2017

The Holladay City Planning Commission will hold apublic hearing on Tuesday, August 29 at 7:00pm. The purpose of the hearing is to consider an amendment to the Land Use and Development Regulations of the City of Holladay and a rezone request.  

  • Proposed amendment  that will clarify existing tree protection standards – The purpose of this ordinance is to responsibly manage and protect the City’s mature tree canopy.  The proposed tree protection ordinance would require the submittal of a “tree protection/replacement  plan” for any development activity on all private property that would require the removal of all, or part of the existing tree canopy.   Development activity includes those changes that require a building, grading, or other development permit such as a new home, a non-residential  site plan approval or the subdivision of land for the purpose of redevelopment.  This proposal does not affect those ordinary landscaping measures that require the removal of individual trees on developed lots, regardless of the reason for the removal.

August Newsletter

August 2, 2017

Due to printing errors, the newsletter residents received was missing a page of City information.  Click here for the updated August issue

West Nile Warning

July 20, 2017

West Nile virus has been detected in Salt Lake County. Take extra precautions when going outdoors, such as wearing long sleeves and pants after dusk, using mosquito repellent, and making sure mosquitoes can’t enter your home. Read our full press release here: goo.gl/b8nQm8 #SLCo