Payson City Pressurized Irrigation Water Presentation

Click here for the pressurized irrigation presentation given in City Council meeting on 9/2/2015. The presentation shows City Irrigation usage for 2014 and brief overview of city irrigation system and sources.

Election Results

Doug Welton, Brian Hulet and

Linda Carter win City Council seats.

Prop 1 loses in Payson City.

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UDOT and Payson City open house for Payson

I-15 Interchange  

Date: December 3, 2015 

Time: 4 - 7 pm

Location: Payson City Offices

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Welcome to Payson City!

Downtown Payson: Quaint and Thriving
Payson City is located in the southern part of the Utah Valley at the base of the Wasatch Mountains. Payson is known as both an agricultural and residential community and has some of the best views of Utah Valley and Utah Lake. Nestled against the foothills of the beautiful Wasatch Mountains, Payson was originally named after the Ute Indian Chief Peteetneet (meaning “little waters”). The name was later changed to Payson in honor of its first founder, James Pace.

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