110 S. Main Street

Springville, UT 84663


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(801) 489-2713


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(801) 491-7860

or (801) 489-2710



Springville City Budgets


Springville City runs on a fiscal year that starts July 1 and ends on June 30 of the following year.

The City has two basic types of activity centers called funds. The General Fund includes administration (city council, city administrator, legal, finance, treasury, and court); public safety (police, dispatch, fire, and ambulance); public works (public works administration, facility maintenance and streets); community development (planning, zoning and building inspections); and community services (parks, recreation, swimming pool, library, cemetery, art museum and senior citizens). Revenues for this fund come from taxes, grants, licensing fees, fines and user fees.

The other type of fund is called enterprise funds which operate like a business (electric, water, sewer, solid waste collection, storm water, and the golf course fall into this category). They provide a specific service and charge fees for the service which covers the cost of their operations.

The Uniform Fiscal Procedures Act for Utah Cities (Utah Code 10-6-111) requires that Springville City adopt a tentative budget in the first regular Council meeting in May for the ensuing year. Additionally, state statute (Utah Code 10-6-118) requires the city to adopt a final budget on or before the last June 22 of each fiscal period.

The City Council held a budget retreat on April 10, 2018 where budget materials previously distributed were presented and discussed. In their May 1, 2018 meeting, the City Council adopted the tentative budget, which is now available for public review. The City Council will consider adopting the tentative budget as the final budget at a public hearing on June 5, 2018.

To view the Springville City budget documents, click the links to download the pdf files.


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