Welcome to Orangeville,
It's hard to find anything more beautiful than the fall leaves
on the Cottonwoods this time of year, but they can also be hazardous to our city's storm water drainage
system. Please keep your gutters and storm drain gratings clear of fall leaves, and protect your
property from flooding caused by storm water backing up.
2015 Dog Licenses are due. They can be purchased at City Hall
through March 1st for the following rates;
$8.00 for an altered dog,
and $25.00 for an unaltered
After the 1st a late charge of $25.00 will be added to the
license. All dogs that are located within city limits MUST be licensed. This includes; inside dogs, outside
dogs, small dogs, and large dogs. Any dog brought into the city
limits for long periods of time must also be licensed. All dogs older than 6 months are required to be
Remember only 2 dogs are allowed per
It's time to renew 2015 business licenses. The fee for business
licenses is $35.00, please take care of this early. If you have any type of business in Orangeville and have
not purchased a business license in the past, please come into the City Hall and pick up an application for
the required licenses.
Orangeville City Enforces The Green River
Door to door commercial salepersons are REQUIRED by law to obtain a business license from the
City Hall, prior to making unsolicited visits inside Orangeville City
Background checks are completed on the visitors before the business license is issued. This
helps separate the legitimate sales persons, from the criminals.
Door to door sales persons that violate the Green River Ordinance are
often selling items or services such as; cleaning supplies, vacuums, or television services.
They may say, "I'm not selling anything, I'm just negotiating purchases..." or something similar to
this. These are attempts to hide their illegal actions, which are punishable by a $250.00 fine from
the City Ordinance Enforcement Officer.
If you have an unsolicited salesperson knock on your door, ask to see their Orangeville City
business license. If they don't have one, turn them away, and report them to the Sheriff's Office
immediately at (435) 381-2404. Also notify the Orangeville City Ordinance Enforcement Officer, the
Mayor, or a City Council Person right away. Phone numbers for all City Officials, and key city
employees, are listed under the "Contact" tab at the top of
Business licenses help keep unwanted criminals from roaming house to house through our
community. Help protect your family, your home, and your neighborhood by reporting unsolicited sales
Remember... If you haven't invited them to come to your home or business BEFORE
they show up on your porch, and they cannot immediately produce a current business license, they
are in violation of Orangeville City ordinance.
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Just a friendly reminder about this
years weed control...
If your raising a bumper crop, you
could get a letter from the City!
PLEASE keep the weeds on your property
under control! They create a FIRE hazard for your buildings, help disease carrying rodents and
unwelcome insects get closer to your homes and barns, provide cover for skunks, raccoons, and other
nuisance animals, and plug up the culverts and canals which causes flooding problems in the early
to conserve water again this year have been OUTSTANDING!!!
The new pressurized
irrigation system installed by the Cottonwood Irrigation Company has helped us improve our community's
efficiency when using irrigation water. Continued improvements, combined with some rain this summer and
fall helped extend our watering into October! Thanks to everyone that has stepped up and helped conserve
this valuable desert resource this summer! Many residential areas still have water running off their lawns
and down the gutters. Our lawns do not need this much water, and wasting it will only lead to a shorter
watering season for the whole town. PLEASE adjust your sprinklers to keep water off the sidewalks and roads,
and adjust your timers to only water as much as necessary.
- Mayor Swenson and
The Orangeville City Council.
Check the utilities page for watering days, and
tips to improve use efficiency which will keep the secondary water on longer during the watering