πŸ“° City News

Time to spark some joy in 2021! As you can imagine, a city that’s been around for over 100 years has accumulated A LOT of records. While some of those records are a permanent part of Orem’s history… most of them are not. The Recorder’s Office has recently completed the Orem Retention Schedule, which allows […]

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The plot thickens on the case of the missing mammoth marker. It has been a few weeks since we were first alerted to the missing mammoth marker. After sending out an all employee bulletin to gather any clues into the mysterious disappearance of the marker commemorating the discovery of Orem’s first resident Mero the Mammoth, […]

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Christmas came early for employees on the A-B schedule. It’s a monumental occasion when the new A-B work calendar is released every year. It’s a special time of hope and optimism where we put aside our hard feelings for the B Shift and think of better days yet to come. Jarrett Buxton is deserving of […]

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Nate Prescott is the city’s Economic Development analyst by day and the city’s coolest urban artist by night. It’s always a beautiful thing when something lives up to its name. With that being said, there is now art in the Arts District. Through a great team effort that involved Nate, the Orem Arts Council, the […]

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If you missed the December citizen newsletter, you can access it by clicking here.Β Β  0

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City Manager Jamie Davidson has invited all employees to participate in a “Rep Your Orem Gear” contest this summer. Wherever your summer adventures take you, wear a city or department logo and snap a picture. Submit your photo(s) to be entered into a drawing to win $100 to Al’s Sporting Goods at the end of […]

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We’ve got some new leaders here at the City of Orem Β  The following is an email from City Manager Jamie Davidson: Just a brief updateΒ as to a few leadership changes that will be taking place shortly in three specific city departments, namely Fire, Police and Recreation.Β  While two of the noted three changes are […]

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There’s a new way to get gas in the City of Orem. The State of Utah is moving over to a new fuel card system. After June 30thΒ all of the old Fuelman fuel cards will no longer work. Within the next two weeks new Wex fuel cards will be issued out to supervisors to assist […]

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Orem Residents, Over the past week, I have been contacted by many individuals who are concerned with the recent events surrounding the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Most of the questions I have fielded are in regards to whether something like that could happen here in Orem and what we, as the Orem Police […]

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Heather Ashley Fox, 31, of Orem, Utah passed away peacefully in her home with loving family around her after a courageous battle with Colon Cancer on Saturday May 16, 2020. Heather was born March 22, 1989 in Orem Utah to Shawn and Annette Fox. Heather attended Cascade Elementary, Canyon View Junior High and Orem High […]

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