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Sandy City Council Approves Changes to Business License Code

The Sandy City Council approved a change to city licensure, allowing the city departments, namely the police department, clearer means to deny a business license.

Eagle Scout Gives Sandy Police New K-9 Obstacles

Sandy City police’s K-9 unit replaced damaged K-9 agility obstacles with the new obstacles designed and built by soon-to-be Eagle Scout Austin Cole of Riverton City.

Sandy City Continues to Engage on the Evolving Issue of Short-Term Rentals

The Sandy City Council banned short-term rentals outright in residential zones in Sept. 1998 after the courts ruled the city code at the time didn’t explicitly give the city powers to do so earlier that year.

Sandy Fire swears in one promoted, three new fire fighters

The Sandy City Fire Department swore in new-hires Braydon Cannon, Carlos Lopez Jared Thomas and newly-promoted engineer Michael Bullock at the June 28 City Council Meeting.

Green Space, Family Activities Contribute to CountyQuality of Life

The days are growing longer and warmer, and that means many county residents are looking for things to do outside this summer.

Reasons to Call the 911 or Police Dispatch

There are some instances when people know when to call the police such as a fire or someone is having a heart attack. Other times are trickier and people may hesitate because they don’t know if calling the police is necessary.

City Council kills DDOZ, elects new chairman

Sandy City Council nixed the Dimple Dell Overlay Zone, approved the Boulder Ventures rezone application and approved a Century Link franchise agreement.

Sandy City Fire donates ambulance to Honeyville station

Sandy City donated an ambulance to the Central Box Elder Fire District, stationed in Honeyville, Utah, on June 20 after receiving two new ambulances earlier in the year.

When is the Sandy City code going to be online?

Sandy City officials say that the city code will be available online eventually. The city council's approval of $50,000 is good news for residents and city officials alike.

Pepperwood Drive rezone falls in emotional meeting, 4-2

The Sandy City Council denied Ivory Homes' application to rezone the vacant lot at 2000 East and Pepperwood Drive after emotions ran high in the June 14 meeting.

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