Winners of the 2017 Holiday Yard Decorating Contest

  • Dumpster Drop 2020

    While you social distance it is the perfect time to do some spring cleaning. The City will be doing our dumpster drop at over 25 locations around the City on the first half being delivered on April 22-29 and the second on April 29- May 6. Help us Take Pride in Clearfield and get rid of some junk. Please Maintain acceptable social distancing practices while dropping off your garbage. 
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  • COVID-19 Response

    Clearfield City's Response to COVID-19

    By recommendation of Governor Herbert and the State, Clearfield City is suspending all events, programming, large gatherings and sports for the next 2 weeks. This is to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus. All cancellations and closures are precautionary to help slow the spread of COVID-19 in our area. It’s not meant to be scary, or to cause worry. We are still at a low-risk and it is our goal, along with the State’s, to keep it that way. 
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  • Planning Commission

    Notice of Vacancies Planning Commission

    The City of Clearfield is seeking individuals to fill two vacancies as members of its Planning Commission. Individuals interested in applying for the vacancies may do so by emailing a letter of interest to the Clearfield City Recorder at by no later than Thursday, February 13, 2020 at 5 p.m. 
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  • Mayor Mark Shepherd

    Mayor Shepherd to Serve on NLC Committee

    — Mark Shepherd, Mayor, Clearfield City, UT, has been appointed as the Vice-Chairman of the National League of Cities (NLC) 2020 Finance, Administration and Intergovernmental Relations (FAIR) federal advocacy committee. This committee has the lead responsibility for developing NLC’s federal policy positions on issues involving national economic policy, general financial assistance programs, liability insurance, intergovernmental relations, census, municipal bonds and capital finance, municipal management, antitrust issues, citizen participation and civil rights, labor relations, Native American sovereignty and municipal authority. The appointment was announced by NLC President Joe Buscaino, councilmember, Los Angeles, California. 
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  • 2019 Holiday Decorating Contest

    Its time to Deck the Halls and trim the tree for our annual Holiday Decorating Contest! If you or a neighbor kills it in decorating their home this holiday season let us know! 
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  • Redevelopment of the Clearfield Mobile Home Park

    On Tuesday, October 29, 2019, the Clearfield City Council approved a development agreement with The Lotus Group (Lotus) that addresses the redevelopment of a 15-acre parcel in the “heart” of Clearfield’s future downtown. This three-phase, multi-year, redevelopment plan includes the installation of a public park, the completion of public infrastructure and master planned streets, and an array of housing options to include market-rate and affordable workforce townhomes and flats on the property. 
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  • Fall Clean-up and Dumpster Drop

    From October 23 through October 30 we will be placing dumpsters in the following locations: 
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  • Hamblin Park Dedication

    Clearfield’s “hidden gem” park will soon bear the name of beloved late city Mayor Neldon “Nellie” Hamblin. The City’s parks division, City Council, and Hamblin’s family will attend a dedication at the park, located at 90 W 200 S, at 5 p.m on Tuesday, May 21. Members of the public are welcome to attend the dedication ceremony. 
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  • Cemetery Cleanup Day 2019

    The Clearfield City Parks Department will have its annual cemetery cleanup at Clearfield Memorial Park, 1050 South State Street, on Wednesday, April 3. If you have gravesite decorations that you wish to save, please remove them before that date, as any items left on a gravesite will be discarded. 
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  • 2019 Commission Vacancies

    Did your new year's resolutions include getting more involved in your community? The Clearfield City Council is accepting applicants to fill vacancies on the Planning Commission and the Parks and Recreation Commission until Monday, January 14, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. 
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  • Greg Krusi

    Police Chief Greg Krusi Retires

    Clearfield City Police Chief Greg Krusi has announced his retirement from the Clearfield Police Department effective January 2019 after 33 years of dedicated and loyal service to Clearfield City. Krusi began his career in 1985 as a reserve officer and was appointed to Chief in 2010. 
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  • Holiday Yard Decorating Contest 2018

    Do you or your neighbors have a knack for stringing lights, amping up holiday cheer, and creating a spirit of festive fun? If so, participate in this year’s Holiday Yard Decorating Contest! Clearfield City’s Parks and Recreation Commission will receive nominations November 27 through December 8 for the City’s finest displays of holiday lighting, in the categories of “Traditional” and “Electronic.” 
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  • 10 Things to Know About Parking Enforcement in Clearfield

    In this article we discuss the 10 things you need to know about the recent change in Clearfield's parking ordinance.  
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  • New Aquatic Center Playground - NOW OPEN!

    CAFC New Aquatic Playground

    We are excited to announce that something new is coming to the Clearfield Aquatic & Fitness Center! We’re making improvements to the facility by installing a brand new aquatic playground! This project was funded by Clearfield’s PARAT (Parks, Arts, Recreation, Aquatics, & Trails) Tax – your local sales tax dollars at work to fund major projects like this. Thank you for shopping local! 
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  • Police Line

    Night Out Against Crime 2018

    Each year police departments around the country reach out into the community they serve to help residents find ways they can assist law enforcement fight crime and build community. The Clearfield City Police Department is inviting all neighborhoods throughout the city to start a neighborhood watch program. We invite you to join us during this event for more information. 
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  • Tour of Utah 2018

    The Tour of Utah bike race is coming to Clearfield and we're throwing a party to celebrate!  
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  • Celebrate Clearfield

    Celebrate Clearfield 2018

    There are many things we can celebrate about the city we live in, both where we have come from and where we are going. We at the City want to celebrate with you some of the things that make Clearfield a great place to live, work and play.  
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  • Cemetery Cleanup Day

    The Clearfield City Parks Department will have its annual cemetery cleanup at Clearfield Memorial Park, 1050 South State Street, on Wednesday, April 4. 
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  • Clearfield Station Area Plan Kick Off

    WE NEED YOUR INPUT! THURSDAY, MARCH 29 6-8PM CLEARFIELD CITY HALL | MULTI PURPOSE ROOM (SECOND FLOOR) There are 60 acres of vacant land next to the Clearfield FrontRunner Station, and Clearfield City is beginning a Master Planning process to determine how the site should be developed. 
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  • Easter Egg Hunt 2018

    Egg Hunt and Egg Dive 2018

    Clearfield Recreation and the Clearfield Aquatic & Fitness Center host two Easter Egg events on Saturday, March 31! Read on for more information. 
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  • Clearfield City Purchased Mobile Home Park

    Clearfield City has an opportunity to purchase the Clearfield Mobile Home Park (located at 442 State Street) and is considering it as a way to secure development potential for the City. 
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  • Form Based Code

    Earlier this year, the City Council adopted a Downtown Small Area Plan that outlines a long term commitment to creating a recognizable downtown. The plan provides for a concentration of uses within three “centers” along the Main/State Street corridor. We have been developing a Form Based Code to supplement that plan to bring it into reality. 
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  • 3 Planning Commission Vacancies

    Clearfield City is seeking individuals to fill three vacancies on its volunteer Planning Commission. Completed letters must be received by the Recorder’s Office by 11:59 p.m., Monday, January 15. 
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  • Clearfield Storytelling Festival Celebrates Twelve Years

    The Clearfield Storytelling Festival is set for Saturday, January 27, 2018 at 7 p.m. at the Clearfield Community Arts Center, 140 E Center Street in Clearfield. This is the 12th year running for the festival, which will feature performance art and stories from northern Utah’s finest novice and professional storytellers. The Storytelling Festival is a free, all-ages event. The Festival’s performers will treat the audience to original poetry, tall tales, musical storytelling, and personal stories. 
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  • 2018 Plow Priority Map

    From November 1 through March 15 parking on the street is prohibited between the hours of 12:00 AM and 5:00 AM. This is to allow snow plows access to the roads in order to clear the streets, and provides safer road conditions for drivers. Clearfield City Plows operate off of a priority map. This allows road crews to clear the most necessary streets first. 
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  • Winners of the 2017 Holiday Yard Decorating Contest

    The results are in! Our Parks and Recreation Commission reviewed and scored over 26 homes in this year’s Holiday Yard Decorating Contest. and have announced the winners! 
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  • Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony

    Join Clearfield City for a bright start to the holiday season at our Tree Lighting Ceremony, Tuesday, November 28 at 5:30 p.m. The ceremony will feature holiday carols performed by the Clearfield Community Choir, a short speech by Mayor Mark Shepherd, hot chocolate and treats, and a chance to see Santa Claus!  
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  • Clearfield Boo-nanza Celebration Offers Odyssey Through Space

    Journey through the stars and resist the dark side at this year’s Clearfield Boo-nanza on Saturday, October 21! The Clearfield Aquatic and Fitness Center will transform into a galaxy far, far away from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., with games, Jedi warrior training, a pumpkin launch, entertainment, treats, prizes, and more! 
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  • 2017 Yard of the Week Winners

    Congratulations to all of our Yard of the Week Winners this Summer. We love to drive through our neighborhoods and see the great care our residents take in their yards. If you want to be in contention this next year the contest runs from May through August so get out in the spring and wow us! Winners were selected by the Parks and Recreation Commission. 
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  • 2017 Election Guide

    The City is holding elections for Mayor and two City Council Seats. There is one candidate for Mayor and four candidates for the City Council seats. The candidates’ information can be found on the elections portion of the City website.  
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  • July 4 - Freedom Run, Hometown Parade, Festival at Fisher Park

    Start your Fourth of July with the Orbital ATK Freedom Run! This 5K and 2-mile walk is a free and untimed event, open to all ages and abilities. Then, at 9:30 a.m. on Clearfield’s State Street, be sure to wave your flags and cheer on local schools, businesses, civic organizations, and military groups participating in the AAA Hometown Parade! The Davis Hospital Festival at Fisher Park is the culmination of the July 4th experience: featuring food trucks, vendors, live music, and breathtaking fireworks! 
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  • July 2 - Patriotic Concert

    Join in the patriotic spirit at the free Davis Hospital Patriotic Concert, which kicks off Clearfield's July 4 festivities. Gather on the front steps of Clearfield City Hall on Sunday, July 2 at 7 p.m. to listen to the Clearfield Community Band as they perform patriotic classics that inspire and uplift. 
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  • July 3 - Pool Party, Movie Night

    Nothing says summer like a free pool party at the Clearfield Aquatic & Fitness Center! An evening of fun, food, fitness starts at 7:30 p.m. Dance on the pool deck, climb the giant iceberg and slide down the spiral water slide! After the pool party, head over to Fisher Park for the CenturyLink Movie Night!  
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  • 7 New Playgrounds in Clearfield

    It has been 2 years since the adoption of the PARAT (Parks, Art, Recreation, Aquatics and Trails) Tax in Clearfield. Since its adoption the tax as generated $443,625 in revenue. All these funds are allocated to improve the amenities of our community.  
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  • Make Us Part of Your 4th of July

    Clearfield City’s Fourth of July Celebration represents the best of America – a time for friends and family to gather and celebrate what we love about our country and our community. 
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  • 5 Places to Work Out in Clearfield

    From boxing to swimming Clearfield has a work out facility that can accommodate any style or time that you need to work out. Here are 5 places to work out in Clearfield. 
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  • Take Pride in Clearfield 2017

    Take Pride in Clearfield is an annual event that occurs the Saturday after Earth Day. The purpose of the event is to give residents the opportunity to get out and help each other prepare their yards for the upcoming spring and summer.  
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  • Code Red Emergency Alert System

    You can now get emergency alerts on your cell phone using a free app called Code Red. We understand the blaring noise overtaking the silent mode on your phone can be annoying, but this really is the best way to learn about emergencies since most people have their cell phone with them all the time. 
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  • Getting Ready for Arbor Day & 5 Benefits of Trees

    As the City arborist I am lucky to be able to plant trees year round and especially on Arbor Day. We hold an Arbor Day every year, the last Friday in April. The city celebrates this day with the community and our wonderful children. We partner with the Davis county library Clearfield branch and do a program called Trees and Tots. The library comes out and reads a few books about trees then the children get to assist in planting trees. So let’s plant some trees. 
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  • 5 Reasons to Attend the Neighborhood City Council Open House

    Each year the Mayor and City Council bring the City to your neighborhood. We will be in the following locations:March 21 at Antelope Elementary, April 18 at Holt Elementary, May 30 at Wasatch Elementary. This is your opportunity to come and speak with many different people from the City, about what you would like to see happen within your community. Here are 5 of the main reasons you should come visit us this year. 
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  • 2017 Clearfield Municipal Elections

    Clearfield City will be conducting elections in 2017 for the offices of mayor and two city council positions. Each position has a four-year term. Anyone interested in running for office must declare candidacy beginning June 1, 2017 through June 7, 2017 at 5:00 p.m. in the office of the City Recorder. 
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  • Streetlights

    Things are Getting a Little Brighter in Clearfield

    Clearfield is going to become more “green” in the next few weeks as maintenance crews are currently in the process of converting all of the public street lamps to LED.  
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  • Community Outreach for Cultural Diversity 2017

    Clearfield City Police invite you out to our Community Outreach night May 5. We will be having free foo, swimming and entertainment. As well as demonstrations by Clearfield City Police, North Davis Fire District, Davis County K9 Unit, Davis County SWAT, and AirMed Air Transport. 
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  • Why We Love Clearfield - Elisabeth Norton

    If you have taken swim lessons at Clearfield’s Aquatic and Fitness Center in the last 35 years you probably have met Elisabeth Norton. She came to Utah from Holland in 1953, living first in West Point and then a few different places in Utah before ending back in West Point later in life. Elisabeth is a staple to the aquatic center, and with her friendly smile it’s easy to see why everyone loves her.  
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  • Code Corner - March 2017

    The Code Enforcement Division would like to remind all property owners that spring is a busy time for the code enforcement officers especially concerning complaints relevant to weeds or noxious vegetation. It is the responsibility of the property owner to make sure weeds and noxious vegetation does not exceed 6 inches in height.  
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  • Americold Breaks Ground on Clearfield Expansion

    Americold, the global leader in temperature-controlled warehousing and logistics to the food industry, has officially broken ground in Clearfield, Utah to expand its site located at 755 E 1700 S. This project will add 6.5 million cubic feet of temperature-controlled warehouse space to Americold’s current 11.2million cubic foot facility on the site. 
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  • Message From the Mayor - January 2017

    2016 has been a great year for the Clearfield City. We have seen the beginning of many improvements. Some are very apparent, such as the City Centre Apartments, a multi-use complex, across from City Hall. Others are more subtle, such as the purchase our streetlights and upgrading to LEDs in city buildings as well as streetlights coming soon. 
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  • Timothy Roper
  • City Council Vacancy

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  • Governor's Business Friendly City 2016
  • CPD Badge

    Serial Rapist Arrest - September 25, 2019

    Through the collaborative effort of local law enforcement agencies in Utah and Wyoming, the Davis County Attorney’s Office, the Utah State Crime Lab, Genetic Genealogist Dr. Barbara Rae-Venter and other private industry organizations, today marks the arrest of serial rapist, Mark Douglas Burns (DOB 08/02/1950), Ogden, Utah.  
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