Mapleton Licensing & Low Cost Rabies Clinic

Mapleton Fire Station 305 N Main Street

April 21, 2018 (Sat) 10am – 12pm.

Local Veterinarian will provide rabies shots for $12 and other vaccinations for $15-25. Animal Licenses-$15 for altered (spayed / neutered) and $35 for unaltered. (A license is your pet’s phone call home)

For more info call 801-851-4080 or visit

Mapleton City and Mapleton Elementary School will hold Arbor Day Celebration events on Friday, April 27th, hosted by the Mapleton City Tree Committee and Mapleton Parks and Recreation.  Please join us for a short program and as we plant a tree to commemorate this special day. The celebration will begin at 1:00 at the Mapleton City Park.

Mapleton City has once again been honored with the Tree City USA Award.  Mapleton City is proud to have been a Tree City for 24 Years!

We have several Designated Heritage Trees throughout the community. If you are interested in visiting these trees, please contact Mapleton Parks and Recreation for a copy of the existing Heritage Trees.

If you get the chance, mark your calendars and celebrate Arbor Day by planting a tree or just take a minute to enjoy and appreciate just how amazing trees are!

Residential Spring Clean-Up

In an effort to help accommodate each of you with your spring clean-up Mapleton City will provide dumpsters from April 23rd through May 5th. The dumpsters will be located on the southeast corner of 300 West and 400 North (west of City Hall).  Please enter off 300 West street. Do NOT drop off concrete or hazardous waste materials. As shown below we are also offering you one (1) free dump pass to the Springville Transfer Station. If you have any questions about acceptable items, please contact Camille Brown at 801-806-9106.

Community Spring Clean-Up Day

Join us on April 28th from 9am to noon helping with a citywide Spring Cleanup.

  • How to serve?
  • Sign up on line at
  • Meet at the Mapleton City Offices parking lot at 9am
  • Wear appropriate shoes and gloves
  • Bring yard tools, shovels, and wheel barrows
  • What you will do?
  • Spread landscape rock
  • Plant flowers and perennials
  • Who will be there?
  • YOU and Mapleton City Youth Council

Lunch will be provided at noon at the Mapleton City Park.  Questions call Michelle Estes at 801-885-8223 or visit for more information.

The Utah County Open Burn will take place March 30, 2018 through May 30, 2018.  You must fill out a BURN PERMIT APPLICATION by clicking on the link below, prior to burning.

Community CPR Training and Certification Class for 2018

Sign-up for the Saturday, April 28th 9am CPR class sponsored by the EMS Department. You must sign up in advance by calling the city offices (801) 489-5655 to get on the class list for that month – class size is limited. The class is free, but if you want a certification from the American Heart Association there is a cost payable at the beginning of the class. Each class will last approximately three hours for those that want a certification.

Fees:   Free – for no certification

$20 – for Heartsaver CPR

$30 – for BLS Provider CPR – including testing

Class Location: Mapleton Public Safety Building 305 North Main Street, Mapleton, Utah 84664 – enter through West doors.

Weather permitting the City will be turning on the Pressurized Irrigation (PI) system on Monday, April 16th.  Please make sure that you follow city code on your pressurized irrigation connection.  If you have connected or are planning on connecting to the pressurized irrigation system, be aware that you are required to have your connection inspected prior to use.  The city requires that each user provides and installs a valve independent of the city’s shut off valve that the user can control the pressurized irrigation to their premises. It is against city code for a person to tamper with or operate the city’s shut off valve. (Mapleton City Code Section 13.30.090).

Also, be aware that a cross connection between the pressurized irrigation system and the culinary water system is a violation of State and Municipal Code (Mapleton City Code Section 13.30, Class B misdemeanor). Connection to a secondary water source, such as pressurized irrigation, requires a physical air gap, not just a valve between the secondary and culinary systems. As part of our Cross-Connection Program, and for public awareness, we do periodic checks on the system. If you have any questions regarding your valve or connection you can find more information at under Public Works or contact the Public Works Department at 801- 489-6253.

April 2018 Newsletter