COVID-19 is spreading rapidly throughout Utah. Hospitalizations and ICUs are nearing capacity and healthcare providers will be unable to care for Utahns in the coming days if this surge continues. The situation is dire and unsustainable. We must take action now to protect our hospitals and healthcare workers and to avoid further devastation on our families, communities, and businesses. Read the order at


4160 W 2200 N
Plain City, Utah 84404
801-731-4908   – FAX 801-689-3981

Office Hours:

Mon. – Thurs. 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Friday 8:00 am 12:00 noon

Closed Saturday and Sunday



4181 W 2410 N
Plain City, Utah 84404
801-731-4908 ext 116

For after-hours emergencies (sewer backups, storm drain / ditch issues) or to report spills and illegal dumping, please call 801-668-0997


If you have particular needs or just want more information, we’re happy to help. Here is a list of our most sought-after problem solvers and knowledgeable staff. Answers to many questions can be found by browsing the other pages of our website and in the Plain City Proclaimer, a printed newsletter.


Plain City offers a serene lifestyle that promotes community accord, simple entertainment, and close family relations. The City Council is dedicated to providing excellent and responsive public services to enhance the quality of life for current and future generations. City Council meetings are held the first and third Thursday of every month; 7:00 p.m. at City Hall. The meeting is open to the public and all are welcome.

This New Ordinances Announcement is provided for informational purposes only.  In the case of any discrepancy between this version and the official hard copy of the code, the official hard copy will prevail.

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The Governor’s executive order enacts statewide COVID-19 restrictions which:

Place the entire state under a mask mandate. Limit casual social gatherings to household-only until November 23, 2020. Put all youth and high school extracurricular activities, including athletic and intramural events, on hold for the duration of the order. Require students enrolled at public and private colleges and universities, who either live on campus or attend at least one in-person class per week, to be tested for COVID-19 weekly.


Members meet on the second and fourth Thursdays of each month, 7:00 p.m. at City Hall (open to the public). The Commission reviews applications and construction plans for development within the City. It also reviews matters concerning the City’s General Plan, Capital Improvements, zoning regulations and environmental matters.


This is an update to the Plain City General Plan adopted in 2018. Plain City is required by state law to prepare a general plan to address present and future needs of the community, to plan for and respond to appropriate growth and development, and identify opportunities for preservation.

Input from residents is analyzed, a desired future condition is defined, and recommended action items are presented to assist in implementing the plan and to accomplish the goals and objectives.