COURTESY NOTICE *
The Oakley City Council will be discussing conditions of accepting the Stevens Nature Preserve and a possible vote to do so at their regularly scheduled meeting April 17, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. in the Oakley City Hall, 960 W. Center St., Oakley, UT. This is not a public hearing and this notice is only a Courtesy to advise you of a possible vote to accept the Preserve.
Volunteers needed during the rodeo!
June 30, July 1, July 3, July 4
Come participate in the community spirit that makes Oakley City
such a great place to live and helps keep our taxes low.
Contact Sue Woolstenhulme:
Oakley was first explored as a location for a new settlement in about 1850. The City was incorporated in 1933 and Robert V. Frazier was elected the first Mayor. We are located about 45 miles East of Salt Lake City in Eastern Summit County. With a population of 1,576 in as of 2014, we enjoy the many benefits of being in a high mountain valley at 6500 feet in elevation with the beautiful Weber River flowing through our City.