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.

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4th of July

children's parade

Parade

Peter Breinholt

Peter Breinholt

Join us July 4th for food, parades and fun at City Hall.

8am-10am - Breakfast on the Commons-Cost is $5/person

9:00 am -  Children's Bike Parade - beginning at Pine Park (4500 S Holladay Blvd)

9:00pm - Concert in the Park with

 

10:10 - Fireworks


 

Planning Commission Public Hearing – July 11

June 27, 2017

The Holladay City Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, July 11, 2017, as close to 7:00 pm to consider amendments to the Land Use and Development Regulations regarding front yard setback calculations. Click here for proposed language

City Council Public Hearing – July 6

June 22, 2017

The City Council will hold a public hearing on Thursday, July 6 at 6:00pm to consider a proposed amendment to the Holladay General Plan as it pertains to the Highland Dr Master Plan.

 Map of Property to be removed

FIREWORKS BANNED IN CERTAIN AREAS OF HOLLADAY

June 12, 2017

FIREWORKS BANNED IN CERTAIN AREAS OF HOLLADAY Just a reminder that aerial fireworks are NOT ALLOWED anywhere within the borders of the City of Holladay. If fireworks go more than eight feet off the ground they are not allowed. Fireworks are only permitted from July 1st to July 7th between 11am and 11pm (hours extended…

DRAFT Tree Protection Ordinance

June 12, 2017

Holladay’s City Council will soon be considering an ordinance to further protect Holladay’s tree canopy. Since incorporation, the City’s decision makers have been wrestling with ways to protect the existing tree canopy that makes the City so unique in the Valley.  The City Council previously approved some measures designed to protect the City’s trees, including an ordinance protecting trees along City streets and on publicly managed property, but that ordinance did not apply to private property.

The draft ordinance is available for review and download by clicking here.