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Parks Division


Under the direction of Brady Theurer, Public Works Inspections Supervisor, 4 full time employees and 9 seasonal employees maintain 155 acres of green space (including maintenance of the boweries), 7 soccer fields, 3 softball fields, 4 hardball fields and 2 football fields!

Along with this, they also maintain the beautiful flowers that can be seen up and down Historic Downtown Main Street, in the Bill of Rights Plaza and many other City facilities. This is a busy group that keeps our parks and fields in pristine condition. People from across the state reserve our boweries, enjoy our parks, and play on our well kept fields!

Tree City USA

Sponsored by the Arbor Day Foundation, Brigham City is proud to be designated a Tree City USA. Certain steps are required to obtain this designation. They are: establishing a Tree Board, creating a Tree Care Ordinance, setting up a Community Forestry Program with an Annual Budget of at least $2.00 Per Capita and an Arbor Day Observance and Proclamation.

Your City Forester and You

City Foresters possess the skills to help you in planting, transplanting, pruning, fertilizing, pest control and an array of other tree care practices. They also offer advice in diagnosing problems, and recommending treatments. If you have questions you may contact the City Forester at (435)734-6615.

Shade Tree Commission

Brigham City is famous for its tree-lined streets. The majestic sycamore trees along Main Street are considered to be one of the finest examples of successful urban forestry in Utah. The Shade Tree Commission was established to foster urban forestry in Brigham City.

Mayor Olof Zundel and the City Council established the Shade Tree Commission in 1966. The Ordinance states that "The duties of the Shade Tree Commission are advisory to the City Council and shall extend to all policies and phases of tree culture related to trees and shrubs now planted and growing or hereafter to be planted and grown upon any and all of the public streets and places of Brigham City."

The Commission meets October through April on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 5:00 p.m. in the Public Works Conference Room located at the Public Works Complex, 980 W. Forest Street.

Commission Members

Mike Phillips, Chair
Lynn Hess, Vice-Chair
Beth Allen
Mary Coleman
Sharon Griggs
IvaBeth Wilcox

Council Member Assigned

Brian Rex

City Staff Assigned to the Commission

Tyler Pugsley, Public Works Director
Brady Theurer, Public Works Inspections Supervisor
Jolene Crockett, Administrative Assistant

Minutes

Questions regarding the Commission may be directed to the Public Works Administrative Assistant at (435)734-6615

Tree Planting Guide

Tree planting guides are available upon request from the Public Works Administrative Offices located at the Public Works Complex, 980 West Forest Street, or you may call in your request to the Public Works Administrative Assistant at (435)734-6615.

Tree Sign Conflict

From time to time, the natural growth of a tree will interfere with City signs or impede the view of an intersection. Trees are trimmed in order of request and by budget ability. Forms are available in the Public Works Complex at 980 W. Forest Street or you may call in your request to the Public Works Administrative Secretary at (435)734-6615.

Contact Information:
Brady Theurer
Public Works Inspections Supervisor
Office:  (435) 734-6615
Fax:      (435) 723-9523
Email:  btheurer@brighamcity.utah.gov

Jolene Crockett
Administrative Assistant
Office: (435) 734-6615
Fax:     (435) 723-9523
Email: jcrockett@brighamcity.utah.gov