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The function of the Public Works Department is to direct culinary water, street and storm drain programs, and provide all related services in a safe and cost-efficient manner. The department is responsible to maintain city owned infrastructure and facilities.

Water, Streets, and Drainage Issues - Contact the Public Works Department

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The Streets Division maintains all streets in a safe, clean and usable condition. The division performs preventative maintenance on all streets and street signs, and works with the City Engineer to oversee asphalt overlays and street reconstruction.
Snow & Ice Removal Street Maintenance Traffic Improvement


Centerville City Water Department has a proud heritage of providing high quality culinary water to Centerville residents at affordable rates.

Over the years, the Water Dept has been honored with numerous awards ranging from safety to taste tests!  We strive to offer the best service and are constantly finding innovative methods of improving the water system.

Lead Copper Analysis
Source Protection Water Conservation
Water Bulletin Board Water Audit 2011-2012


The Drainage Utility Divsion maintains City owned stormwater facilities to prevent public and private property from flood damage. The division also oversees and administers the City's floodplain.

Flood Plain Development

The City participates in the Community Rating System which directly influences the cost of insurance for all properties in Centerville. Through careful development practices in Special Flood Hazard Areas and Stormwater control measures, the City has obtained one of the highest ratings in the State of Utah.

Commerical/Subdivision Stormwater Permit

Residential Stormwater Permit Flood Insurance Rate Map
Stormwater Best Management Practices Drainage Improvement Map Stormdrain VS Subdrain


Construction Updates

On July 17th and 20th, Market Place Drive and the portion of Frontage Rd near Parrish Ln is scheduled to be overlayed.

  • Friday, July 17th beginning at 6:00pm the south portion of Market Place Drive will be paved.
  • Monday, July 20th beginning at 6:00pm the north portion of Market Place Drive and the Frontage Road from McDonalds to Parrish will be closed for the overlay.

Use Chase Ln and 400 W as an alternate route while Frontage and Market Place Drive are closed. The following illustration shows the areas being overlayed and their schedule.

Overlay Project at Market Place Drive

I-15 South Davis Improvements
Project Update 7/16/15

*The construction activities below are applicable until the next update.
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  • Expect ongoing nightly lane closures following the holiday for bridge sealing at 2600 South and paving on I-15 between 500 South and 1500 South through approximately August 2 and then moving to the area between 2600 South and Center Street nightly through mid-August.

2600 South

  • The 2600 South interchange is now open in its new configuration.  Additional construction activities and nighttime impacts including single lane closures will continue through early August. The new interchange includes a modified continuous flow intersection (CFI) and improved pedestrian and bicycle access.

    This short animation details the changes at the 2600 South Interchange and provides information for drivers, pedestrians, and cyclists on how to navigate the new interchange.

400 North/500 West Intersection

  • Construction to add dedicated right turn lanes to the south side of the 400 North and 500 West intersection is scheduled to begin as early as July 27. Expect daytime shoulder closures and nighttime lane closures in the area through August.


Construction schedules and dates are subject to change

Ongoing Activities


  •  One lane will be closed on I-15 during off-peak daytime hours (approximately 9am-3pm) Saturdays through Thursdays into early August while crews install final lane striping. This is a moving operation and will occur in one direction at a time.
  •  I-15 will be reduced to one lane nightly through mid-August while crews complete a number of activities in preparation for project completion later this summer. Single lane closures will begin at 9:00 p.m. with I-15 reduced to one lane by midnight.
  • Utah Highway Patrol will conduct rolling slowdowns intermittently at night to allow for overhead sign installation within the project corridor. Expect intermittent delays up to 15 minutes.
  • Crews have begun shifting sections of I-15 into their permanent lane configurations in various locations. Be prepared for changing lane lines in various locations throughout the project.
  •  Travel lanes are narrowed to 11'. Trucks carrying loads wider than 11' should contact the UDOT Motor Carrier Division, 801-965-4892

400 North

Crews continue work on the 400 North bridge. 400 North is expected to reopen to traffic in mid-August. The new bridge will have improved sidewalk, wider shoulders, and higher barrier.

  • During construction, the 400 North on-and off-ramps will remain open during the day. Expect intermittent nighttime ramp closures.  Alternate routes
  • Expect additional nighttime lane restrictions on I-15 near 400 North for bridge construction. 

500 South 

The new 500 South Diverging Diamond Interchange (DDI) under I-15 is now open. Please pay close attention to signs and striping. See below for more information on how the new interchange functions.

  • The 500 South interchange in Bountiful functions very much like the Pioneer Crossing Diverging Diamond Interchange (DDI)  in American Fork, except that the DDI in Bountiful will be under I-15. This short animation and graphic detail the final configuration of the 500 South Interchange and provides information for drivers on how to navigate it. Visit the 500 South Page to see the new interchange design and learn more. 

Remaining activities at 500 South will either be outside the travel lanes or occur with lane closures at night through August.

Project Overview

The I-15 South Davis Improvements project will:

  • Add ExpressLanes in both directions from the north I-215 interchange to U.S. 89 in Farmington.
  • Replace aging bridges at 2600 South, 1500 South, 500 South, and 400 North.
  • Reconfigure the interchanges at 2600 South and 500 South in Bountiful to improve east/west mobility
  • Improve active transportation with better pedestrian facilities at 500 South, 400 North and Parrish Lane. 

Periodic rolling traffic slowdowns will also occur at night with the assistance of the Utah Highway Patrol. These slowdowns are conducted to complete construction activities and avoid full closures of the Interstate.


Travel lanes are reduced to 11' wide. Trucks carrying loads wider than 11' should contact the UDOT Motor Carrier Division, 801-965-4892.


I-15 construction is expected to complete in spring 2015 with interchange and bridge construction continuing through summer 2015.  


Information about non-UDOT projects in the area is available at the end of this email.

Plan Ahead To Reduce Delays And Impacts

I-15 will remain open without restrictions during peak hours. However, travel delays up to 30 minutes are expected during peak travel times. Use Legacy Parkway or Frontrunner to avoid delay. FrontRunner provides all-day service with 30-min. frequency during peak hours.



Stay alert and be prepared for changing lane configurations in the project area for your safety and the safety of those working here. Please obey the posted speed and be aware for changing roadway conditions throughout the project area.

Other Projects in the Area

  • The City of North Salt Lake is realigning Overland Drive from 900 North to 1100 North this spring.  For more information contact 801-335-8730
  • UDOT maintenance work is ongoing on the ramps between I-15 and I-215. Expect the ramps to be restricted to one lane. Check UDOT Traffic for realtime alerts and impacts.



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