Hyde Park City
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City Building

Your resource for all things residential and business.

The City

Home to over 5,000 residents in Cache Valley.

City Park

This Park on 600 South and 250 East is a favorite for the children 

Hyde Park Royalty

Installation of New Water Line

The new water line on 100 West allows more water to be pumped to Lions Park tank

Until further notice all City Council and Planning Commission meetings will be held via zoom.  Links can be found below.


The City Office will be closed on Monday, February 21.

News Flash

  • Animal licenses for 2022 are due.  $10 for a spayed or neutered dog, $20 for an intact dog.

  • ​** STORMWATER HOTLINE To report illicit discharges into a storm drain, call 435-237-7572.

  • Hyde Park has two surveys regarding development we would like our residents to review and give their input on.  They can be found here and here. The second survey can be filled out on your computer.  You will need to email it to [email protected] or print it out and drop it off at the city building. 

  • Winter Parking Restrictions started November 1. Ordinance 11.40.050 

  • Check out our video created to inform you of the latest on the water situation and provide you with water conservation tips. Video

  • Hyde Park City Council has placed a moratorium on all new landscaping using culinary water. Ordinance

City Events

  • Watch for details about our July Hometown Days celebration.  Tentative date is July 16.


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Public Notices

Planning Commission Meeting and City Council will be held via zoom for the time being.  Please find the links below.

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A Word From the Mayor

Update on the water situation The water situation in Hyde Park is serious. Often when we as a City try to encourage water conservation, we receive some interesting and varied responses.

     1) “If the City didn't allow more growth it wouldn't be an issue”.
     2) “If the Church, City or my neighbor is not doing all they should then I am not going to either”.
     3) “ I am just going to continue to use water & ignore the request”.

Fortunately, many of you have gone above and beyond to conserve water and I am grateful for your response.

Our most pressing issue is not that the City doesn't have water, just that we can’t get it to you as fast as you are using it. We are in the process of building a new water tank, adding new water lines and increasing pumping capacity. However, it takes time and will not be completed this summer.

For those who are above the Lion’s Park water tank in elevation, you may soon find that you and your neighbors have a choice to make; if you want to have drinking water, water to cook and clean, or fire protection, conservation is a necessity. Those who chose to use up the available water will affect all.

Utah Gov. Spencer Cox issued a second executive order in June declaring a state of emergency as Utah continues to face severe drought conditions.