Coronavirus Updates

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In an effort to comply with social distancing direction provided by state leaders and to protect both residents and Sandy City employees, all in-person services will be closed starting April 1 until further notice. This includes Sandy City Hall, Parks and Recreation, Public Works and Public Utilities facilities. Sandy City Police and Fire Stations are closed to the public. All essential city services will continue to operate normally. 

Residents are encouraged to take advantage of online services and bill payment. Visit to locate all of the city’s online services.

To report issues, download the Sandy City Serve App

Please call the Main Phone Line at 801-568-7100 to reach specific departments and for additional questions. Please allow for slight delays in return calls at this time.

Key Resources:

All essential services are still available and being managed by Sandy City.

City offices are open with limited services. Call ahead to check if service needed is available: (801) 568-7100.


Sandy City Services and Events COVID-19 Updates

Mayor Kurt Bradburn announced that Sandy City would take steps to lessen the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on residents and businesses in the city, preserve essential services, and implement measures for the safety of residents and employees. Also, we encourage neighbors to check in with each other with our Neighbor Check Initiative.

Find city services/events updates by topic below:

Alta Canyon Sport Center:
Animal Shelter:
Bulk Waste:
Business Licenses:
Business Resources (Grants/Loans):
Canyons School District:
Citizen Focus Groups:
City Council:
Community Arts:
Community Development:
Drinking Water Safety:
Fire Department:
Justice Courts:
Mayor’s Office:
Parks & Recreation:
Phishing and Scams:
Recorder's Office
Restaurants (Curbside Pick-up):
River Oaks Golf:
Salt Lake County:
Sewer (Avoid Blockage)
Signage Regulation
Trans-Jordan Landfill
Utility Billing (Water)
Waste & Recycling Collection:

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What You Can Do:

What Sandy is Doing:

  • Cleaning crews are wiping doorknobs and handrails more frequently, using antibacterial cleaning supplies, and have provided hand sanitizer throughout city facilities.
  • Encouraging all employees to wash their hands more frequently and encouraging employees to stay home if they experience sickness symptoms. 

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Printable Resources:

NCOV_Factsheet COVID-19_NeedToKnow 10Things COVID-19