City of Orem Fireworks Restrictions
DUE TO EXTREME FIRE DANGER, OREM CITY HAS ISSUED RESTRICTIONS ON THE USE OF FIREWORKS IN SPECIFIC AREAS OF THE CITY.
1. Fireworks are prohibited in or within 100 feet of any undeveloped areas of the city.
2. Fireworks are prohibited in or within 500 feet of any National Forest or BLM lands.
3. Fireworks are prohibited within the designated areas shown on the map (highlighted in yellow).
All residents should use care and adult supervision when discharging fireworks in the authorized areas of the city.
If you start a fire, accidentally or intentionally, with legal or illegal fireworks, in any area of Utah, you will be responsible for the cost to fight the fire and any damages it causes. These fires are VERY expensive and dangerous to fight. Please do not put you, your family, or your neighbors at risk by the careless use of fireworks.
Orem is #9 Best City for Commuting in Utah
Obrella.com named Orem the 9th best city for commuting in Utah. The article reports that the average commute time in the city is 18.7 minutes. You can read the complete article here.
Historic State Street: 1947 & 1966
With all of the buzz about the new State Street Master Plan, here's a look at State Street from 1947 and 1966. Some buildings from the time period are still here, like the SCERA, City Hall, and Miracle Bowl.
There's a near wreck at 0:47 that proves the more things change, the more they stay the same.
Orem: Your place to play
If anybody needs convincing that Orem is a great place to live, work, and play, just watch this video of all that Orem has to offer.
Utility Master Plan Update
The City of Orem is planning for the future. The Utility Master Plan Updates will be the basis of our plan to ensure that future generations have access to reliable and sustainable water, storm sewer, and wastewater systems.
You can see the master plan here.
New State Street Redevelopment Plan
The Orem State Street Corridor Master Plan is a long term plan being led by the City of Orem to envision the future of State Street in its continued role as the Main Street and retail center of Utah County. The City will be working with the Mountainland Association of Governments, Utah Department of Transportation, Utah Transit Authority and Provo City to create a plan that meets the needs of both residents and businesses.
The plan will create a vision for State Street's future and identify achievable short and long term goals revolving around the issues of transportation, land use, population density, economic development, and urban design.
Citizen input is an important part of this process and there will be public meetings and workshops scheduled so that you can help create this plan.