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Clearfield City
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View detail and information about payments and residency below.

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Utilities

Clearfield Utilities

Clearfield City bills for water, sewer, garbage and storm water services.

Curbside Garbage Collection

Garbage is collected once a week. Find your location on the garbage schedule map to determine your collection day. Recycling pick up will be every other week on the same day as your garbage. Clearfield City contracts residential garbage removal with Waste Management of Utah. Only trash placed in city issued garbage cans is collected. Please bag refuse before placing it in garbage can(s). Pick-up begins early, around 5:00 a.m. Please have can(s) to the curb by this time. Cans may be placed curbside the night before scheduled trash pick-up. Likewise, please have garbage can(s) removed from the curb within 24 hours of pick-up. Clearfield City does not provide garbage collection for multi-unit and commercial customers.Trash service will be delayed by one day on the following holidays:New Year’s Day, Independence Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.Please contact call our office at 801-525-2701 for questions about damaged cans or missed trash pick-up.

Once complete you may email the Start-up Agreement form to utility.billing@clearfieldcity.org or mail a physical copy.

Utility Start-Up Information

The City requires residents to complete an Application for Utility Service and Financial Responsibility Agreement before services can begin. The application can be mailed or emailed. In addition, the application is available at our office on the first floor of City Hall at 55 South State Street.

The City requires the property owner to maintain financial responsibility for City provided services and proof of ownership is required to establish an account.

When signing up for services, please make sure all water is turned off at the residence. This requirement is to ensure that flooding/water damage does not occur when a city technician turns water on at the meter located near the street.

Security Deposit Information

All new utility account applicants pay a refundable security deposit of $120 when signing-up for services. The deposit is held for each utility account. The deposit is applied to its related utility account after the account has been kept continuously current for one year. A notification letter will be mailed to you when you have completed this requirement.

If you terminate or move out of Clearfield City prior to having your security deposit applied to your account, the deposit will be applied to your termination billing and remainder refunded by check. Balances less than $10.00 are not refunded.

Terminating/Closing utility Accounts

Please contact the Utility Administration Division once a residence or business is vacated. It is the account holder’s responsibility to contact the Division and request services are shut-off and the utility account closed. Please do not wait for a new owner to move-in and sign-up for services to terminate an old account. Terminated, delinquent accounts may be referred to a third-party collection agency for collections.

Residential Chickens

Chickens are allowed to be kept within the City provided the resident meets the described Criteria. Please fill out the attached application with the accompanying site plan sheet and return to the Customer Service Center located at City Hall. For any questions call 801.525.2700 or email at CSC@clearfieldcity.org

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Clearfield City Recycling Program

Contact Clearfield Customer Services for any additional information or questions.

Additional Recycling Resources

Can I discontinue Recycling?

Yes. Please call the city.

Do I need to have a seperate recycling can after the new sorting system is in place at the land fill?

Although they will be recovering a large portion of recyclables from your regular trash can, they will not be able to recover paper clean enough to market for recycling (there is currently no market for mixed paper, but that is likely to change in the future).  Also, the other materials you place in your recycling bin will be of better quality than the materials we are able to recover from the general waste stream.  

Keeping your recycling bin is a matter of personal preference.  In fact, if you otherwise need two garbage cans, the recycling can is typically less expensive than a second waste can.  More info

What can we place in the recycling container, and how often will it be collected?

You’ll receive a blue 96-gallon container that will be picked up every other week on the same day as your trash service. You can recycle the following:

  • Aluminum and tin cans
  • Cardboard boxes
  • Newspapers
  • Magazines
  • Envelopes
  • Coated paper
  • Carbonless receipts
  • File folders
  • Plastic containers labeled #1-#7
  • White and colored paper
  • Books
  • Junk Mail
  • Brochures and pamphlets
  • Computer printouts
  • Manuals with glue bindings

Why can't we include glass in our recycling bins?

According to Waste Management, there is not enough glass in the Utah market to make it worthwhile to install a glass separator. Broken glass can also contaminate the other recyclables in the bin.

What are some Benefits of Recycling?

Recycling helps to save energy, reduce pollution and water consumption, preserve natural resources and create jobs.

  • Recycling an aluminum can saves 95% of the energy needed to produce a new aluminum can from raw materials. The energy saved from recycling one ton of aluminum is equal to the amount of electricity the average home uses over 10 years. (Source: Keep America Beautiful)
  • Recycling one ton of paper saves 17 mature trees, 7,000 gallons of water, 3 cubic yards of landfill space, 2 barrels of oil, and 4,100 kilowatt-hours of electricity – enough energy to power the average American home for five months. (Source: Environmental Protection Agency)
  • Recycling one ton of plastic milk jugs saves enough energy to light a home for a year (EPA).
  • Incinerating 10,000 tons of waste creates one job; landfilling 10,000 tons of waste creates six jobs; recycling 10,000 tons of waste creates 36 jobs. (EPA, “Resource Conservation Challenge: Campaigning Against Waste,” EPA 530-F-02-033, 2002)

Neighborhood Dumpster Program

The city budget has set aside a limited amount to offer a reduced cost neighborhood dumpster rental. The total cost is $100. Applicant must find two neighbors willing to participate and sign the application. Please contact City Hall at 801-525-2701 to obtain additional information and schedule drop-off and pick-up times.

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Utility Payment Options

Automatic Bank Withdrawal

Convenient automatic withdrawal from a checking or savings account is available. Funds are withdrawn from your account each month.
To enroll, simply complete the Authorization Agreement for Utility Billing Direct Pay with specified banking information, then return via email, fax, or mail. Please call 801-525-2701 if you have any questions.

Pay Online

To pay online you will need your account number found on your bill. Automatic monthly payments are only available with the bank withdrawal at this time.

If your account has been turned off for non-payment, please call our office at 801-525-2701 to confirm your online payment.

Mailing

Please ensure that the utility account number is written on the check or money order. Your check or money order should be made payable to Clearfield City and mailed to: 55 South State Street, Clearfield UT 84015.

Drop Box

Payments are accepted 24-hours a day in our drop box, located at the City Hall north parking lot.

Pay In Person

at the City Hall north entrance first floor, please speak to our customer services to get started.

Pay By Phone

801-525-2701

Tickets & Citations

If you fail to appear, the court may issue a warrant for your arrest
If you are issued a Clearfield Police Department Uniform Citation or Information and Summons to Appear then you, the defendant, was given notice to appear in The Clearfield Justice Court not less than (5) five nor more than (14) fourteen days after issuance of the citation, or as directed by the court.

You may pay your citation in person at Clearfield City courts or online.

Contact Clearfield Court at 801-525-2760 for more information.

Court Fees Payment Options

Go to Utah Courts  Uniform Fine and Bail Schedule to find offense charges in Utah district and justice courts

Pay Online

To pay online you will need your account number found on your bill. Automatic monthly payments are only available with the bank withdrawal at this time.

If your account has been turned off for non-payment, please call our office at 801-525-2701 to confirm your online payment.

Mailing

Please ensure that the utility account number is written on the check or money order. Your check or money order should be made payable to Clearfield City and mailed to: 55 South State Street, Clearfield UT 84015.

Pay In Person

at the City Hall north entrance first floor, please speak to our customer services to get started.

Rates & Billing Information

Clearfield City provides culinary water, sewer, garbage & recyclable collection, and storm water services to its residents. Clearfield City does not provide secondary or irrigation water. The City bills for services after usage. Residential utility charges are partially fixed and partially variable. Water charges fluctuate with usage.

Fingerprinting Requests

Due to COVID-19 Precautions we are not processing fingerprinting requests.

Fingerprinting services are offered on Tuesdays from 9:00 am to 12 noon; and on Thursdays from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm. Please come in to Clearfield City during these times (no appointment necessary).

The charge for fingerprinting, for up to two cards, is $10 for Clearfield residents and $15 for non-residents. Additional cards are $5 each.

Record Requests

Please bring record request forms to the front desk of the city building along with the record request fee.
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