A warrior is someone whose job it is to run into the crisis when everyone else is running out. As Fire Chief , Jeremy Crowton was OUR warrior! – A man on the front line, not for himself, but for the community of Plain City.
Chief Crowton is stepping down from his fifteen-year leadership role with the Plain City Fire Department. We say THANK YOU, for being willing to do this job that brings with it everything that it does.
4160 W 2200 N
Plain City, Utah 84404
Come enjoy this beautiful Center, located in the heart of serene Plain City. We serve the wonderful residents of Plain City and other Weber County communities. The people in this area are friendly, hard working and patriotic. They value family, community, service and celebrate life. Senior Center activities promote, develop, and deliver social, nutritional, and other services for older adults.
The building is available to other organizations and individuals for event hosting. Rooms for weddings, reunions, parties, and other meetings are available for rent at the Senior Center. The Center has large multipurpose rooms, perfect for special occasions, and a full-service kitchen. All spaces require a $100 refundable deposit upon reservation.
The Utah Department of Air Quality (DAQ) has revised the requirements for open burning throughout the state of Utah. Our permitting process has been updated to meet federal regulations. Residents must have a permit from the DAQ and all burning must be done during daylight hours.
Plain City, like many communities in Northern Utah, is continually adjusting to a growing population and demands of community development/redevelopment. City services and infrastructure must change to optimally serve the taxpayer and visitors. The staff at City Hall provides a variety of services for residents, businesses, and other constituents within Plain City. The fees for these services are listed here.
The landfill -2700 N 5100 W- is open to all Plain City residents. The materials allowed in the landfill generally fall into the categories of construction waste or yard waste (green waste). During the summer months residents generate large amounts of green yard waste that should be placed in the landfill and not into garbage collection waste containers. Waste collection is paid for by the City by weight collected; so green waste placed in the landfill is not charged to the City (and every resident). Please take advantage of the landfill for your yard and garden waste and do not place those materials in the garbage collection containers.
(April thru October)
8 am to 3 pm
5 pm to 7 pm
Every Saturday in November 8 am to 3 pm (weather permitting)
(December thru March)
2nd & 4th Saturdays
8 am to 3 pm
Acceptable Waste: Any yard waste, building demolitions, metals.
Prohibited: Carpeting, petroleum based products, chemicals/paint, household garbage