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In response to growing concerns expressed by some Draper residents about the impact of deer on their property, Draper City is in the process of identifying the severity of the urban deer problem, gathering information on urban deer populations and collect...
Geneva Rock has verbally informed Draper City it intends to submit an application to change the zoning designation for a portion of its property that is currently zoned Agriculture (A5). The current A5 zoning designation on Geneva’s pr...
At the Ballard Arena (1600 E. Highland Dr.) on May 12th at 6:30 p.m. Purchase tickets now at www.draper.ut.us/moto! Kids 12 & under - $8 in advance, $10 day of event. Adults - $12 in advance, $15 day of event. Register to compete in event at UtahKTM.com
We’re looking for artists, artisans, and food vendors to participate in our 6th annual Arts & Crafts Festival on May 12th. $35 for a standard booth space or $55 for a pavilion booth space. Application and fee must be submitted by 5:00 p.m. on April 27th.
Over the years, Jennifer and Tim have coached more than 16 teams for Draper City’s Parks & Recreation programs. They truly enjoy teaching children how to play sports and work as a team.
Congratulations Draper City and WaterPro/Draper Irrigation Company for receiving an award from the Rural Water Association. The award recognizes the efforts to improve the water quality in the Corner Canyon watershed.
Draper City and Wa...
Plans have been finalized for the Draper Community Aquatics Center. This project is being built by Salt Lake County.
At the March 27th City Council meeting, the council approved an inter-local agreement between Draper City and Salt Lake County to...
Take a look at what has changed in Draper over the past 40 years and more. This booklet explains each city department and what they do, with some interesting historical information about Draper.
ATTENTION CYCLISTS WHO USE TRAVERSE RIDGE ROAD & SUNCREST DRIVE:
Road Construction Projects in SunCrest.
Please be aware that Draper City has two road construction projects that will affect Draper residents as well cyclists who use Traverse Ridge Road a...
The objective of the trails is to increase recreational opportunities for Draper residents and provide connectivity to the existing trail system in Draper, including the Willow Creek Trail and the future connection to the Jordan River Parkway. A...
With four lessons in a week, we will be focusing on a different aspect of the golf swing each day, while making sure that your children enjoy the fun parts of golf. Two sessions in June and July. Cost is $60 per participant. Limited space, register now!
T-Ball (coed) for Pre-K (entering Kindergarten in Fall 2018) and current Kindergartners, Coach Pitch (coed) for current 1st graders, and Boys Machine Pitch for current 2nd graders. Learn the fundamentals, teamwork, and have fun. Deadline is May 2nd.
Get registered now for just $20 per participant, includes at race T-shirt if registered by May 17th. Race will be held on Saturday, June 2nd. Race starts at 9:30 p.m. Glow products will be provided, however, you are encouraged to bring your own.
New to the Draper Days line up! This Pickleball Tournament will be held on Saturday, July 7th at 9:00 a.m. on the new courts at Southfork Park (14125 S. Bangerter Parkway). Registration opens May 1st. More information to come soon!
Keep your kids learning over the summer about various elements of science in a fun way with lots of cool tests, experiments, and explosions! Three 4 day camps. For current Kindergarten-6th graders. $98 per child. These camps fill quickly, register early!
Our Mountain Biking classes are very popular and always fill quickly, register early! Offering classes for both youth (10-14 years old) and adults (18 years or adult). Adult classes will be held in May. Youth classes will be held throughout the summer.
Our Youth Tennis Lessons are very popular and always fill up fast, register early! Lessons to fit your child's skill level for ages from 4-18 years old taught throughout the summer . Instructors are all USPTA/USPTR certified teaching professionals.
Job responsibilities include: mowing & trimming turf, maintain sprinklers, construct & maintains trails, maintain City parks, facilities, open spaces & equestrian arena. 40 hours per week, as needed, for up to 6 months. $12.00/hour. Must be 18 or older.
Lessons will be held on Tuesday and Friday mid-mornings through September at Smith Fields Park. Punch pass must be purchased in advance and receipt taken to the court in exchange for punch pass. Payment will not be accepted at the court.