Address: 275 East 200 North
Pubilc Works Director: Dale E. Goodman
The mission of American Fork City Public Works is to provide quality services to all of our residents by being diligent in the enforcement of wise engineering and construction practices. We understand that our stewardship to the residents of American Fork extends beyond the present day and impacts the future quality of life for all of us.
I N F O R M A T I O N
American Fork City Public Works field and shop crews are currently working 4 - 10 hour days Monday thru Thursday with the office hours of 7:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Pressurized Irrigation Water
Water from the pressurized irrigation reservoirs which feed the pressurized irrigation or secondary water system is a blend of surface water from a variety of sources. It is screened but not treated in any way and as such is not suitable as drinking water. Residents should take the same precautions with this water as they would with any irrigation water that may contain bacteria regularly found in rivers and streams. Do not allow children to play in the water. In most cases the hose bib attached to a resident’s home is connected to the culinary system of the home. It is recommended that “kiddie pools” be filled utilizing culinary water.
Pressurized irrigation water will be filtered to 300 microns and homeowners are encouraged to check their individual irrigation systems and filter the water as recommended by their individual system. A 500 micron filter is recommended for the protection of sprinkler heads.
Pressurized Irrigation Rates Resolution
Now What About Those Irrigation Ditches?
With the installation of the pressurized irrigation system, the use of ditches for flood irrigation has been greatly reduced. Some resident have expressed a desire to fill in the ditches that transverse their property. Although these ditches may not be used regularly to convey flood irrigation turns they are still vital to American Fork City's storm drain system. Therefore these ditches may not be filled it without prior approval of the City Engineer. If you are interested in learning if your ditch is one of those that is still being utilized, complete the form that applies to you below and drop it by the Public Works office for the City Engineer to review. He will review your information and determine whether this ditch can be designated as abandoned and filled in. You may also contact our office for more information.
Compost is available at a cost of $20.00 per cubic yard from TSSD which is located at 5050 West 6400 North, Utah County. Compost is available Wednesday thru Saturday from 7:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Green waste disposal is accepted Mon – Fri 7:00 am to 4:30pm and Saturday 7:00 am to 4:30 pm. For more information contact them directly at 801-404-6524 or 801-756-5231
With the construction underway at TSSD, the entrance has moved approximately one block to the west of their main entrance.
50/50 Sidewalk & Curb Programtwarnick@afcity.net
The 50/50 sidewalk and curb program works with property owners to pay 50% of the cost to replace existing sidewalk and curb on the public right-of-way which may have deteriorated or is lifting from tree root growth. These funds are limited and anyone interested should contact Troy Warnick at 763-3050, ext. 354or by e-mail at
Application for Safe Sidewalk funding
Street Light Outages
Street light problems can be reported by calling the Engineering Department at 763-3060, or by calling Rocky Mountain Power at 1-888-221-7070. Most all street light poles will have a metal plate with an identification number attached to them. When calling to report a problem, please have this number handy so that we can more easily accommodate your request.