Seven-year-old Sandy City Police K-9 Hook is living the good life now while his replacement, K-9 Bronx, trains to fill his spot.
Sandy City Council honors late Sandy City Parks and Recreation employee Dariusz "Darik" Josef Sulich, approves utility easement vacation and continues budget hearings.
All water accounts will see a $2 base fee increase in 2017 to increase revenue for public utilities by three percent or about $600,000 annually for continuing water system improvements.
The Political Subdivisions Interim Committee heard presentations from state legislators and various local government associations to set the agenda for the rest of the interim session.
The Sandy City Council heard a terse Citizen Comment, approved various resolutions including changes to standing medians, citizen appointees and passing on Rio Tinto parking plan.
Sandy City officials continue to grapple with short-term rentals as companies like Airbnb make it easier to connect homeowners with customers.
Sandy City will be looking for bids for a comprehensive study of the city's public safety apparatus.
The Sandy City Fire and Police Chiefs discussed their budget proposals with the Sandy City Council May 10th.
Sandy City is updating their website and it’s said to be ‘resident-centric’ as the city has already made significant progress with the re-design being managed by the city’s recently hired webmaster.
The Sandy Police Department holds a Citizen’s Academy for residents and business owners to experience the roles and duties of a police officer once a year and it’s currently underway.