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Each year the Mayor and City Council bring the City to your neighborhood. We will be in the following locations:

March 21 at Antelope Elementary (Antelope Neighborhoods)
April 18 at Holt Elementary (Doxey and Holt Neighborhoods)
May 30 at Wasatch Elementary (Wasatch, So. Clearfield and Hill Field Neighborhoods)

This is your opportunity to come and speak with many different people from the City, about what you would like to see happen within your community. Here are 5 of the main reasons you should come visit us this year.

View the “Why I Love Clearfield” Elementary School Mural

This year we have tasked the elementary students from each school to draw on a 4 inch square “Why I Love Clearfield”. We have taken those squares and assembled them on a 7 foot display creating a collaborative mural. This will be on display at the open house. Winners will be selected from each age group and will be revealed at the open house. Come see the fantastic artwork and poetry created by your children.


Engage with Your Elected Officials

Get the opportunity to talk with:

  • Mayor Mark Shepherd
  • Councilmember Kent Bush
  • Councilmember Vern Phipps
  • Councilmember Nike Peterson
  • Councilmember Bruce Young
  • Councilmember Tim Roper

Learn about your representatives, discuss any changes you wish to see within the community or let them know how you think we are doing. They want to hear from you.

Learn About City Development and Projects

Clearfield has some great projects that are currently being built as well as some exciting opportunities coming in the future. Learn more about the City Centre Apartments being constructed across from City Hall, see what new developments are coming to Falcon Hill or find out what is happening with Clearfield Station. Our Development Services Manager will be there to answer all of your questions.

Chat with City Staff and Department Heads

Representatives from each department will be available to speak with. Learn about what is happening at your parks in your neighborhood, meet with representatives from the Police Department, talk with city management, meet our victims advocate or see what public works has up their sleeve for infrastructure improvements. The following departments will have representatives:

  • City Management
  • Development Services
  • Community Services
  • Administrative Services
  • Victim Services
  • Community Relations
  • Police
  • Public Works
  • Waste Management
  • North Davis Fire District

Learn How to Get Involved in Your Community

There are plenty of opportunities to get involved within the community. Learn about Clearfield’s Planning Commission, Parks Commission or ways to volunteer with the new Youth Advisory Commission. See what events are coming up. Find out about how to run in this year’s elections. Want to be a part of the 4th of July Festival? Learn about sponsorship and vendor opportunities, or see what we have planned this year. Be a part of the progress we are seeing within the City.