The Orem Splash Pad is closed for the season. It will reopen on Memorial Day 2018.
The Splash Pad is located at Palisade Park (1300 E and 800 N). During the season, the splash pad is open Monday – Saturday from 10 AM – 8 PM, Closed on Sunday.
There is also a snack shack that is open from 11 AM – 8 PM Monday-Saturday.
The Splash Pad season runs from Memorial Day to Labor Day.
You can also view the Utah County Emergency Plan.
The City of Orem also maintains a floodplain map.
The Utah Floodplain & Stormwater Management Association is also a great resource.
FEMA offers a Flood Map Service.
Please allow 10 business days to process your request.
As part of critical maintenance to the water system, the City of Orem is planning to flush fire hydrants beginning April 10, 2017. The area scheduled for flushing this summer is as follows:
West of State Street, 800 South to the south Orem boundary
West of I-15, 1600 North to 2000 South
East of State Street, 2000 North to the south Orem boundary
Flushing the system has numerous benefits including:
1. Pipe Cleaning – the higher velocities clean the walls of the pipe.
2. Water Circulation – the water at dead-end lines and cul-de-sacs is flushed out.
3. Valve Exercising – both the valves in the road and on the fire hydrant need to be turned so, over time, they don’t get stuck.
4. System Check – just like the body needs a physical check-up, flushing the system is like putting the body on a treadmill and monitoring the vital signs.
Flushing the system can cause some temporary inconveniences of low water pressure or slightly discolored water. The discolored water poses no health risk and is part of the process to clean out sediment in the water lines. If you see people flushing hydrants in your neighborhood, refrain from using water in your home until after the process is complete (usually 15 or 30 minutes). After they leave, turn a cold water tap on for a few minutes to clear out any possible remaining sediment in your own line.
For the safety of both residents and City workers, we ask for the public’s help by allowing full access to fire hydrants. Please move parked vehicles away from hydrants and try to keep children at a safe distance.
Even though water is a precious resource and flushing may appear to waste water, please be assured we are committed to conserving water, energy, and labor by flushing no more than necessary. The personnel flushing fire hydrants are trained in proven water system maintenance practices. Thank you for your cooperation with this project. If you have questions or concerns, please call the Department of Public Works Water Section at 229-7500.
The closure on Main Street is just for 10pm to 6 am. Traffic can access the Parkway from 6 am to 10 pm but traffic lane restrictions will be in place.
About FingerprintingThe Orem Police Department records division offers both digital and ink fingerprinting services during limited hours. Location Orem Police Department 95 E Center St | Orem, UT Schedule Monday – Thursday | 11am – 1pm + 5-5:30pm Friday | 11am – 1pm
Contact the Records OfficePlease call 801-229-7209 if you have any questions about fingerprinting.