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Francis City - COVID-19 Emergency Limitations - Increase to Level 2

Pursuant to the Level 2 status, effective immediately, the following will apply to Francis City operations and meetings:

  • City offices are closed to the public. 
  • All communication and business with the city will occur via electronic means or via mail. 
  • All city meetings/events are cancelled with the exception of necessary staff, planning commission and city council meetings, which will be conducted electronically.  Monthly Council and Planning Commission meetings may be cancelled if necessary.
  • All non-essential permits, events, and other activities are revoked, denied or delayed.
  • All non-essential and discretionary applications and requests are not accepted/ denied.

Phone: 435-783-6236


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2018 The Water We Drink Report


Francis City Code 13.05.100, Francis City is imposing the following mandatory water restrictions for persons using municipal water for outside watering. These restrictions are effective immediately.
  •          No watering to be done between 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
  •          No watering on Sunday
  • ·        Watering may be done only on alternate dates as follows:
  •          even-numbered houses on Monday, Wednesday, Friday
  •          odd-numbered houses on Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
Violations will be punished as follows: For a first offense, a warning notice will be issued. For a second offense within a one-year period, a fine of $25.00 will be imposed. For each subsequent offense within the same one-year period, a fine of $250.00 will be imposed.
Any restrictions imposed shall remain in place until lifted by action of the City Council.


Welcome to Francis, Utah

Francis, Utah, located at the southern end of Kamas Valley, is the gateway to the Uinta Mountains and Wasatch National Forest. Surrounded by mountains, the valley offers a scenic getaway that retains its rural atmosphere in the midst of expansion.

Since it was incorporated in 1939, Francis has enjoyed the growth brought about by the development of the Jordanelle Dam and reservoir, as well as the resulting highway which now gives travelers a more direct route to the Salt Lake Metropolitan area, just 45 minutes away. Francis is home to Frontier Days, a popular three day celebration over the Labor Day weekend and provides many activities for outdoor enthusiasts including hunting, fishing, camping and hiking making it an ideal location to live or play.