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**This page was last updated on June 30, 2020**  


Starting at 12:01 a.m. Saturday, June 27, face coverings will be mandatory in public in Salt Lake County. The county has seen an alarming increase in the spread of COVID-19 in recent weeks. For this reason, face coverings are required at public gatherings, indoor or out, where consistent social distancing is not possible. They are also required while waiting outside or inside retail and other public locations, including bars and restaurants until seated.

What situations DO NOT require face coverings?

 • Outdoors when social distancing is easily maintained.

• On a person with a health condition exacerbated by a face covering, such as asthma.

• On children under 2 years old.

• When wearing a face covering would prevent the performance of the essential functions of person’s job or work.

• In circumstances not reasonably conducive to wearing a face covering, such as while swimming or engaging in strenuous physical activity.

It is impossible to account for every potential exception, so we ask residents and visitors to use common sense and practice common decency when interpreting and applying the requirement to their public activities. For more information, visit: and view the FAQs.



Most cities in Salt Lake County, including Draper, remain in the Low-Risk "Yellow" Phase as of Governor Gary R. Herbert’s order, which will remain in effect until 11:59 p.m. on July 10. The exception is Salt Lake City, which remains in the Moderate-Risk "Orange" Phase. View the updated phased guidelines as of June 12, 2020.

General low-risk "yellow" guidelines include: 

  • Gathering in groups of 50 while maintaining social distancing. 
  • Remain staying six feet away from others when outside the home
  • Wear face coverings where social distancing is difficult to maintain.
  • Conduct a symptom check on all participants before engaging in close-contact or team sports. 
  • Limit out-of-state travel.
  • Spacing between immediate households, alternate schedules for small gatherings, and stream services.
  • All businesses open and take reasonable precautions.
  • Dine-in service open with appropriate social distancing and hygiene measures.
  • Encourage flexible work arrangements, follow hygiene guidelines, and continue social distancing in the workplace. 

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Questions? Email or call Draper City Assistant City Manager Russell Fox at 801-576-6516. 


The Draper City Hall building is closed through July 17. The passport office also remains closed since the U.S. Department of State is not processing passport applications unless its a life or death emergency. Our staff and services are still available by phone or email. 

City-owned parks and trails remain open. The park playgrounds, pavilions, the skate park and cycle park are also open to the general public.

The health and well-being of our residents is our top priority. All essential city services will continue uninterrupted. These services include water, sewer, trash and recycling pick-up, etc. Our police officers and firefighters are seasoned professionals who serve our community on a daily basis. Their years of training mean our community is well-prepared for many different crises, including a public health crisis like COVID-19.




We recognize many businesses are struggling due to the significant financial toll of the COVID-19 crisis. Draper City is committed to helping our local businesses weather this unprecedented global pandemic. We recently asked for feedback via a survey of our local businesses and nearly 100 businesses responded. Responses have been instrumental in helping the city find ways to support businesses. View survey results. 


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SIGNAGE FEES WAIVED:The Draper City Council recently adopted Ordinance 1430. This ordinance allows businesses to obtain a temporary permit to post signs for a longer period of time than previously allowed. In addition, the city is waiving temporary signage fees for all businesses who apply between March 20, 2020 and September 19, 2020. The intent of this ordinance is to allow businesses to post signage stating that they’re open during the COVID-19 crisis. Learn more.

RENEWAL PENALTY FEES WAIVED: Draper City is waiving all business license renewal penalty fees for business licenses that are currently expired. This penalty waiver shall be retroactive to February 1, 2020 and be in effect until December 31, 2020. Essentially if your business license has expired you will not be charged penalty fees to bring your business license current. If you are a business that has paid penalty fees during this timeframe, email to request a refund. Apply or renew your business license. View the waived fees announcement.


Open for business? We’d like to highlight you! Send us pictures, graphics and/or information about your business to and we’ll consider it for posting to our city website and social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter and Instagram). In addition, tag us in your posts using #draperstrong, #shoplocal and #smallbusiness.


Support Utah Dining and Curbside Utah are free resources that allow residents to find to-go and curbside ordering.


Below is a list of available resources for businesses and residents to find more information about local efforts:


COVID-19 (COronaVIrusDisease, 2019) is an infectious disease caused by a new coronavirus. The disease causes respiratory illness with symptoms such as a cough, fever, and in more severe cases, difficulty breathing. You can protect yourself by washing your hands frequently, avoiding touching your face and avoiding close contact with other people. If you think you may have COVID-19, call the Utah Coronavirus Hotline at 1-800-456-7707. For more information, visit


Draper City took a precautionary, preventative measure by declaring a State of Emergency on March 12, 2020. The order was renewed on April 7, and it expires, unless renewed again, on May 7. The proactive move is intended to protect vulnerable populations such as elderly individuals and those with underlying health conditions. More information can be found here. The following are the proclamations: