• Provo Flag

    New Provo Flag

    It's official! Here is the new Provo City flag! Following two full years of discussions, resident comments and drawings, and blogs the Municipal Council selected the symbol that will represent Provo on the city's flagpoles. The City Council unanimously approved the new Provo City Flag during Council Meeting.

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  • BRT

    BRT Comment Period

    The Federal Transit Administration and the Utah Transit Authority have prepared an Environmental Assessment for the proposed Provo-Orem Bus Rapid Transit project. The Environmental Assessment is now available to review and the public comment period is now open. Comments will be accepted from January 5, 2015 – February 7, 2015.

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  • Tree

    Christmas Tree Pickup

    Provo City will pick up Christmas trees from January 5 – 29, 2015. Residents just need to put the trees outside on the curb during that time in order for them to be picked up!

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  • Provo Rocks

    Stay up to Date

    Provo Rocks! Stay up to date on all of the cool things happening in Provo. Sign up for official city emails and receive exclusive Provo City announcements, news, events, and meetings.

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  • Slate Canyon

    Slate Canyon Trailhead

    The long awaited Slate Canyon Trailhead is under development! Construction began in September and is planned to be completed by the beginning of December. Enhancements include: paved access road, utilities, restroom, improved trails, pavilion and picnic sites, and access to the Bonneville Shoreline Trail.

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  • 311

    Just Dial 3-1-1

    If there were a 3-digit number to call for fast response, would you use that number? What if you could call the same guy about the burned-out street light on your corner, the growing pothole that keeps catching your car's tire and the neighbor's unsightly garbage cans? Just dial 3-1-1 for just about anything troublesome. The dedicated, friendly, customer service reps can answer simple questions: "What day is my garbage picked up? When is the next city council meeting? Where do I go to vote? They can pass along complaints, suggestions, and resolve concerns.

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  • Rock Canyon


    Provo is consistently recognized nationally for its outstanding quality of life, well-being, and as a beautiful place to live with unbelievable recreational opportunities. Today gives us one more reason to brag! Provo City has purchased Rock Canyon with the intent to preserve and protect its natural beauty in perpetuity! It’s not everyday you get a chance to actually purchase a canyon. This is a monumental accomplishment that brings an added value to our residents and another amenity enhancing the already incredible quality of life we enjoy in Provo.

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