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If you have a complaint concerning an animal disturbance, please direct all questions to Davis County Animal Control. They can be reached at 801-444-2200. Animal Control enforces the West Point City Code regarding animals.
A resident can have two dogs without obtaining a kennel license. In order to have more than two dogs, you must obtain a kennel license. With a kennel license, a resident can have up to 5 dogs. A kennel license must be approved by the Planning Commission, and the resident must have a property that is zoned agricultural. Applications for a kennel license can be found on the website under Development Applications.
All questions regarding building any sort of fire or acquiring a burn permit should be directed to the North Davis Fire District. They can be reached at 801-525-2851.
City Hall is open Monday through Thursday from 7:30 am to 5:30 pm, and Friday from 7:30 am to 11:30 am, excluding all major holidays. If you would like to meet with a certain member of our staff, it is a good idea to call ahead to ensure that he or she is available. We can be reached at 801-776-0970.
The majority of home-based businesses are considered minor home occupations. Daycare centers and preschools, along with other businesses that do not fit in the general frame of a home business, are considered major home occupations and require a Conditional Use Permit from the Planning Commission.
Applications for both minor and major business licenses can be found at the City Hall, or downloaded directly from our website
If you have a concern, please go to the online Citizen Portal and Submit a Request. City policy requires that each complaint be written to allow for better processing and tracking.
You can register to vote online, or you can print out the registration form and mail it to the County Clerk's Office:Davis County Clerk28 E State StreetP.O. Box 618Farmington, UT 84025Phone: 801-451-3589
The City is set-up to receive payments online through Xpress Bill Pay. You can sign up for this service by visiting Xpress Bill Pay's website. You can make a one-time payment, or get set up to have your payments made automatically each month.
For all emergencies, please dial 911. Otherwise, the City contracts with the Davis County Police Department for all of our law enforcement needs, which can be reached at 801-451-4150.
The Sheriff does have an office at City Hall, with no set hours.
The Davis and Weber Counties Canal Company is in charge of your secondary water. They charge a connection fee to the City, which is passed on to you as a prorated fee throughout the entire year. If you have any issues concerning your secondary water, i.e. water pressure, broken valves, etc., please contact them directly at 801-774-6373 or via email.
General recycling is a mandatory program for curbside collection of recyclable materials that allows West Point City to save natural resources, energy, and landfill space, reduce pollution, and protect our environment. Recyclable materials include:
See a more detailed list of acceptable and unacceptable items in the Recycling Program Brochure (PDF).
The recycling can will be picked up every other week on the same day as your regular trash day, but by a different truck. All services will be provided by the City’s current hauler, Ace Disposal.
In order for the City to cover costs, a general recycling can will cost $4.75 per month.
Green waste recycling is a voluntary program for curbside collection of green yard waste. It is collected on your regular trash day but by a different truck.
Green waste materials include:
Residents may NOT place dirt, rocks, sod, food waste, or paper in their green waste recycling containers. Green waste should not be bagged.
Green waste materials are relatively clean, biodegradable, and unnecessarily take up space in landfills. The materials can be turned into mulch and compost material. Recycling yard trimmings will improve the performance of the Wasatch Integrated Waste Management energy recovery facility (incinerator) and will help extend the life of the landfill up to 20 years.
The West Point Green Waste Program is voluntary. Once enrolled, residents must keep the can and pay for the service for a minimum of 6 months. A $12 cancellation fee will apply to stop service.
To determine the zoning of a residence, please visit the Planning and Zoning page. If you need further information, please contact City Hall at 801-776-0970.