City of Oakley, Utah 

Oakley City
960 W. Center Street
P.O. Box 129
Oakley, Utah 84055

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“To preserve the Oakley quality of life, preservation of natural resources, rural lifestyle, and enhancement of community pride and values.”     —Oakley Municipal Code

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. 







The Oakley City Council & Oakley City Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on Monday February 27, 2017 at 6:30 P.M. in the Cattlemen’s Hall 911 W. Center St, Oakley Utah.

The purpose of the hearing is to discuss

Information on the Summit Land Conservancy’s purchase of Bill Stevens home and 23.7 acres on Millrace Road and the possibility of that becoming a nature park with trails and fishing access, owned by the City of Oakley.

  1. What the Weber River Corridor project is and how it got started.  Summit County’s $500,000 grant to Oakley City for purchase of land and easements towards trails and open space in the Weber River Corridor Project. 
  2. Information on what it would likely take to complete a trail system from the center of Oakley to Boulderville Road and the Oakley Trail, into the Uinta’s.

 Comments on the proposed public hearing may be made at the hearing or submitted in writing to Tami Stevenson, City Recorder, prior to 4:30 p.m. on the day of the public hearing.

In compliance with the Americans Disabilities Act, individuals needing special accommodations during this hearing should notify the City Recorder, Tami Stevenson at (435) 783-5734 at least three days prior to the hearing.


NOTICE--Job opening of Oakley facilities Maintenance Manager

 The City of Oakley is searching for a facilities Maintenance Manager.  Under the direction of the Mayor, this position is responsible for supervision of all duties associated with day-to-day operations and maintenance of the Oakley City facilities, property and equipment. Salary is $15.00 to $25.00 per hour plus benefits depending on experience.  Job descriptions and applications may be obtained at the Oakley City Hall or at  Application deadline is February 28, 2017.

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