The past few months have seen some exciting changes to Riverton's police force.
Herriman just wrote a major paragraph in its history book.
Riverton Mayor Bill Applegarth declares September 2017 to be Idle-Free Month, in the interest of preventing air pollution and its associated problems.
Riverton now allows chickens on all single-family residential lots of at least 10,000 square feet.
Riverton has contracted with South Jordan for animal shelter services but is still looking to negotiate for additional services with a local veterinarian.
During the Aug. 9 city council meeting, UFA Chief Dan Peterson gave an update on fireworks in the area during the holidays, and Kami Greenhagen-Jones was recognized for the work she’s done as the chair of the Healthy Herriman and Trails Committee.
Riverton breaks away from Salt Lake Valley to create own law enforcement service area.
Herriman city council discusses making changes to the city’s general plan, and over the course of the night councilmembers decide that they need more time.
Riverton City Council decided to wait on opening applications for a new city manager.
A neighbor captured an adult lighting off some kind of flamethrower in the street on July 26, 2017.