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Helpful Links and Information:
View the Salt Lake County Health Department’s website for COVID-19:
Visit the CDC.gov (Link) for updates about the Coronavirus. For additional questions follow these links:
The Utah Department of Health, in collaboration with Utah Poison Control Center, has launched the "Utah Coronavirus Information Line" at 1-800-456-7707.
View the Epidemiology:
For Additional information please visit Heath.Utah.gov (Link).
Food Resources in Response to COVID-19:
As we all adjust to the changing landscape during the COVID-19 response, Utahns Against Hunger want to make sure that people in our communities have information about where they can access food. In light of the recent earthquake, some of these services may be affected temporarily.
Murray City Police Notice
Murray City Police will be resuming Fingerprinting by appointment only beginning June 1st, 2020. Please call 801-264-2673 to schedule your appointment.
Announcement - Opening Dates for The Park Center & Outdoor Pool
In accordance with the Utah Leads Together plan and with guidance from the Salt Lake County Health Department, Murray City is moving forward with a phased re-opening of The Park Center and Outdoor Aquatic Center. To ensure the safety of patrons and staff, each facility will open under modified operating procedures in compliance with current state health guidelines. All amenities will be subject to social distancing guidelines, reasonable precautions, and strict hygiene recommendations.
Here are some answers to our FAQ’s:
Thank you for your continued patience as we work to provide our services in a safe and healthy manner. If you need additional information or have a specific question about what is open, please call the Parks and Recreation Department office at (801) 264-2614.
Murray Parks and Recreation Notice
Pavilions are open and limited to 50 people or less, Playgrounds and Pickleball courts now open.
Murray City Leads Together
Orange Phase Reopening, May 11, 2020
We strongly encourage communication to take place by phone, email, or through the city website. If an in-person visit is necessary, please follow the guidelines below.
Murray City Hall, 5025 S. State Street
Mayor’s Office, Attorney’s Office, City Council Office, Human Resources, Finance and Administration, Recorder’s Office, and Police Department
• The building will be open to the public. Only two doors on the east side of the building will be open to restrict access points.
• Wearing a face mask is encouraged.
• Social distancing must be maintained.
A. Passports (801) 264-2660
• Located in the Recorder’s office. Passports will be processed by appointment only.
B. Police Department (801) 264-2673
• The police department is not offering fingerprint services until further notice.
• Sex offender registration must be done by appointment only, call (801) 264-2674 to schedule.
• To file a GRAMA request for a police report or traffic accident report, please do so electronically:
o You will find the GRAMA form on our website at https://www.murray.utah.gov/205/Forms. Complete and fax it to
801-264-2658 or email to email@example.com.
o Reports may also be requested by using the state portal website at: https://openrecords.utah.gov/ under Murray City Police.
o We will contact you upon the completion of the request, so make sure to include a valid phone number.
• To pick up property from the evidence technician, please call (801) 264-2652 to schedule an appointment.
C. Utility Billing
• Utility billing is open, but still encourages payment to be made by mail, online, or by calling (801) 264-2626. Payments can also be deposited in the drop box, located on Arlington Avenue on the north side of city hall.
Murray City Cemetery, 5490 S. Vine Street, (801) 264-2637
• The cemetery is open. Social distancing required.
Murray City Fire Department
• Fire stations are open, but please protect our first responders. Do not enter if you have any COVID-19 symptoms or have been exposed to the virus. Please wear a mask.
• For general questions, call (801) 264-2780.
Murray City Library, 166 East 5300 South
• The library will be open for curbside pick up.
Murray Municipal Court, 688 E. Vine Street, (801) 284-4280
• The court is open for specific cases. Please contact the court directly for information and instructions.
Murray City Parks and Recreation
A. Parks Office, 296 E. Murray Park Avenue (801) 264-2614
• The office will be open for business transactions only. Only one person allowed in the lobby at a time.
B. Park Center, 202 E. Murray Park Avenue (801) 284-4200
• The park center remains closed until further notice due to current restrictions.
C. Senior Recreation Center, 10 East 6150 South (801) 264-2635
• The center remains closed until further notice due to current restrictions.
• Sack lunches are available Tuesday-Friday for curbside pickup. Lunch must be ordered in advance by calling the number above.
• Beginning May 13, Car Bingo will take place every Wednesday for those 55+. Please call the center or visit their Facebook page to learn more.
Murray Parkway Golf Course, 6345 S. Murray Parkway Ave. (801) 262-4653
• The golf course is open. Social distancing required.
Murray City Power Department, 153 West 4800 South
• Main office entrance is open.
• Contractors are strongly encouraged to make appointments. Please call (801) 264-2730.
Murray City Public Works Building, 4646 South 500 West
A. Community Development (801) 270-2420
• The building will be open to the public. Lobby access on the main floor will be limited to fewer individuals to maintain social distancing. Waiting space is available in the foyer, chairs will be spaced appropriately.
• A deck box will remain in place near the front entrance to allow for the exchange of documents without in-person contact.
B. Public Works (801) 270-2440
• Limited public access at the counter, social distancing must be maintained.
• The ABOP recycling program is not available until further notice.
Murray City Fun Days
In light of current COVID-19 circumstances, the parade and all daytime Fun Days activities scheduled for July 4, 2020, have been canceled.
Utah’s Moderate Risk
View the flyer for Utah’s Moderate Risk Phase: Utah Moderate Risk Phase (PDF)
Murray Park Pickleball Courts
Pickleball courts will be closed until further notice effective April 8, 2020.
Murray Parkway Golf Course
In adherence to “Stay Safe-Stay Home” initiative effective April 9, 2020 Murray Parkway Golf Course has suspended all walk-in play. Scheduled tee time play only. Driving range and Putting Green closed until further notice.
Murray City Courts Notice
Please read the attached notice for the Murray City Courts pertaining to the COVID-19 Pandemic: Murray City Courts COVID-19 (PDF)
NOTICE OF MEETING MURRAY CITY PLANNING COMMISSION
Meeting Date: April 2, 2020 Meeting Time: 6:30 p.m.
In support of the Governor’s “Stay Safe, Stay Home” directive as well as the Salt Lake County and Salt Lake County Health Department directive to limit spread of COVID-19, the Planning Commission meeting will be CLOSED to the general public. However, participation is encouraged through viewing a live stream of the meeting at www.murraycitylive.com. Please submit your comments by email at firstname.lastname@example.org up to and during the meeting. You may also call the Planning Division at 801-270-2420 up until 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, April 2.**
MURRAY CITY TO CLOSE IN-PERSON SERVICES AND FACILITIES
Customers are encouraged to use online services
Effective April 1, 2020, Murray City facilities will be closed to the public until further notice. This directive from Mayor Blair Camp is in response to social distancing recommendations, and is intended to protect both customers and city employees.
The city will continue operations with business conducted via phone or online. All essential city services will continue to operate normally. Each facility will be posted with phone numbers and other instructions on how to contact staff. Contact information for each city department is also located on our website, www.murray.utah.gov.
Public meetings will continue to take place through the use of online meeting software and services. Check the “Agendas, Minutes, and Public Hearings” section of our website to select the meeting you’re interested in. Open the agenda for specific instructions on how to participate.
During this time, the use of online services is strongly recommended. Situations that require in-person services will be completed by appointment only.
Salt Lake County, UT – Wasatch Front Waste & Recycling District (WFWRD) is announcing a change to the Area Cleanup Program they provide to their residents. This change is due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, and staffing challenges to manage the traditional service. Please read the attached notice:
Revises Area Cleanup Program for Wasatch Front Waste & Recycling District (PDF)
City Council Notice
Murray City Council meetings are open to the public, however, due to the circumstances, we encourage you to watch the video stream of the meeting via Face Book or on the website at www.murray.utah.gov If you would like to submit comments for the “citizen comment” time or for one of the “public hearings” you may do so by sending an email in advance or during the meeting to email@example.com Your comments need to be less than 3 minutes, include your name and contact information and they will be read into the record.
Passport Office Update
To adhere to social distancing guidelines and to limit the spread of COVID-19, we will be limiting access to the Recorder’s/Passport office. Effective March 18, 2020 all passport applications will be processed by APPOINTMENT ONLY. Please call our office at 801-264-2660 to make an appointment. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
Please read the Murray City Proclamation of Local Emergency and Murray City Press Release
March 13th, 2020 Murray City released a Proclamation of Local Emergency:
Murray City Proclamation of Local Emergency 3/13/2020 (PDF)
The following is the Murray City Press Release for March 12th, 2020 listing the facilities closed to help take precautionary measures against the Coronavirus:
Murray City Press Release 3/12/20 (PDF)
Drinking Water Protections Against COVID-19
State officials say there is no need to stock up on surplus bottled water due to Coronavirus
SALT LAKE CITY – The Utah Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) wants residents to know that their public water supply is safe. In the case of quarantine or outbreak related to the coronavirus, public drinking water systems are designed to continuously deliver safe drinking water to your tap.
“Drinking water treatment and disinfection has effectively protected Utah’s population for many decades. These protections will safeguard residents against drinking-water-borne viral infections—including coronavirus,” says Marie Owens, Director of DEQ’s Division of Drinking Water. “There is no need for residents to stock up on surplus bottled water in preparation for a potential outbreak of coronavirus.”