Welcome to Clarkston!

Cache County is completing a survey to get the public's feedback on the General Plan’s policy and implementation strategies to help guide our General Plan. The survey will provide feedback related to future growth and development, trails and open space, economic development, and other future opportunities.

Cache County is also gathering input on the Future Land Use map which will help to guide ongoing land development and redevelopment within the County and its potential future growth areas over the next 20 years. Your input is critical to help inform the County’s direction.

Upon concluding this phase of public involvement, we will begin the process of drafting the General Plan for public review. We want to understand your values to help shape the direction of these plans before September 19th when our surveys close. Please consider taking a few minutes to weigh in through the following ways:

The Clarkston Town Council will hold a public hearing regarding Annexation Tuesday, October 19, 2021 at 7:00 pm. The meeting will be held in the Clarkston Town Hall located at 50 South Main, Clarkston, Utah.

Click here to see the revised annexation map; view the draft annexation policy here.

The following individuals Officially Declared Candidacy as required by Utah State Law (20A-9-20(3)(a)(1) for the Municipal General Election that will be held November 2, 2021.

Mayor — 4 year term (Jan 1, 2022 - Dec 31, 2025):
N. Craig Hidalgo

(2) Town Councilmembers — 4 year term (Jan 1, 2022 - Dec 31, 2025):
Nichole Sparks
McCall Stephensen

Effective June 1, 2021: No outside watering between 12 pm and 5 pm and 12 am and 4 am.

Strictly following this mandate will allow our tanks to regenerate, provide resources for fire protection, and provide adequate water for community and household needs. We will continue to assess the situation and update restrictions on conditions.

Sprinkling systems must be programmed to support these restrictions.

Given the severe drought Utah is experiencing, this is not a recommendation. It is a mandatory restriction and will be enforced. Citations will be issued. Failure to comply is a Class B Misdemeanor (Town Code 8-1-26).

Job Opening

Clarkston Town announces a job opening for Part-Time Roads Maintenance Worker. Click here for more information.

Clarkston Town Newsletter

The newsletter is now available on the website.

2020 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report

Click here for the 2020 Annual Drinking Water Report. The report provides information on the quality of the drinking water and the services Clarkston Town provides.

If you have concerns about potentially improper governmental activities, go to the State Auditor Hotline to file a report.

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