Ideas from personal trainer, Tess Croshaw on healthy, quick snacks.
Get to know the basics of city zoning.
Tips to help you prepare in case of an emergency.
Be aware of ways to avoid pedestrian/vehicle accidents.
Information about how potholes are created and contact information for reporting potholes drives or pedestrians might see.
Information on recreational fires and if they are allowed.
This gives you instruction on how to build an emergency to-go bag.
Here are some tips on how to prepare your family in the event of an emergency.
Learn how to beautify your yard by building a garden that maximizes spaces and reduces water inefficiency.
Can't hit the gym yet? You can still get Cardio at home with these fun exercises.
The average Sandy resident uses approximately 31,000 gallons total each month during peak season months (June–October). In fact, 65% of water used in Utah is for outdoor purposes. Want to reduce your water consumption for the environment and/or your wallet? Here are 5 ways to be water wise with your landscape.
Here are laws and tips to keep you safe while riding your bike in Sandy.
Many consumer products contain chemicals that may be hazardous to human health or the environment if improperly used, stored, or disposed.
When your home or business is correctly marked, it'll be less time with the crews trying to find the address and more time treating you or your loved one.
Did you know cooking is the leading cause of home fires and home fire injuries? Nearly half (49%) of all home fires are caused by cooking. There are many simple steps you can take to minimize the risk of cooking fires and injuries. Here are 9 tips to help you get started.
There is no better time to discuss disaster preparedness and to plan now throughout the year, learn how to create your disaster plan for a power outage.
As we transition to winter, Sandy City Fleet Management recommends several things you can do right now to ensure your car operates successfully throughout the winter months.
Recycling is not only about the items that go into the cart, but also what they become, and the resources preserved because you recycle. Take a few minutes to make sure you are recycling right.
The holidays are some of the best times of the year. However, the holidays also present a greater risk for fires, snowstorms, and undesirable travel conditions. Here are several tips to ensure you and your loved one’s safety during this holiday season.
Finding the perfect gift for your neighbors is always challenging, especially with the holidays looking and feeling quite different this year. But don’t worry, we are here to help! We have collected three easy DIY neighbor gift ideas that are perfectly COVID-19 friendly!
Winter can bring with it a variety of potentially hazardous and dangerous conditions. From plausible impacts to roadways, outdoor activities, infrastructure, and more, being prepared can bring you and your family some peace of mind this winter season. Here are some suggestions to provide a safer holiday season.
Approximately six million traffic accidents occur each year on American roadways. But what do you do when you are involved in one?
Nearly every American child has access to the internet in one form or another. Cell phones, tablets, laptops, and computers are more prevalent in homes than ever before. An increase in internet usage has perpetuated numerous methods for victimizing children. For this reason, it is vital that parents recognize the risks and be willing to help their children understand and avoid them.
At this point in the year, you are probably eager to start watering your lawn on the first sunny day. But, in fact, you might be better off waiting until later in the spring season. Here are 3 Tips to help you water your lawn in the most effective and efficient way.
As summer holidays approach, firework safety is of high importance. Be sure to protect your home and family with these tips.
Whether children walk, ride their bicycle, or take the bus to school, it is extremely important that they take proper safety precautions. Here are some tips to make sure your child safely travels to school.
Door-to-door sales has been an established practice in the world of business for generations. Here's what you as a resident need to know.
Running a home-based business can be very rewarding, but all the rules and regulations surrounding the prospect can get a little confusing. To encourage successful businesses while maintaining residential neighborhood characteristics, the city has adopted codes that outline the limits of how a business may operate in a home. Here's what. you need to know.
Experts offer eight things you can do to help protect your health and maintain good air quality inside when wood smoke has made air quality poor outside.
Here are 5 driver safety tips from the Sandy Police Department to make back to school a little safer.
Though it may seem early to think about winterizing your irrigation systems, the first frost is just around the corner! Use this checklist to help you prepare.
Did you know that fall is the most beneficial time to fertilize your lawn? Learn more about what you should be doing in the fall to prepare and bolster your lawn!
Fall is upon us, and Sandy City and the Sandy Police Department want to remind you that October is National Domestic Violence Awareness month.
Here are seven emergency preparedness tips you may not know!
Protect yourself from fraud and scams with these helpful tips.
Helpful tips to get your vehicle ready for the upcoming winter season.
The Sandy City Historic tour in now available for download with Apple or Google. Visit this page for more information.
As winter approaches and temperatures fall, don’t become a victim of vehicle theft! Every year Sandy Police sees a sharp rise in auto thefts as colder temperatures appear.
By the time severe weather hits, it's already too late. Use our winter storms home preparedness checklist to stay informed, make a plan, and, most importantly, remain safe in an emergency.
These suggestions are based on what the Utah Jazz do each day as the team practices. However, these suggestions can be applied to any youth sport.
Does that call, text, or email sound phishy? Here are 4 tips to help you discern if if it's a scam!
When inclement winter weather hits, the Public Works Department is hard at work clearing roads for safer travel. But what is YOUR role as a home owner? Read on to find out:
Did you know that Sandy City's Website is ADA compliant? We strive to serve all users by prioritizing ADA compliance features that make our website more accessible.
Learn about stormwater and things you can do to Keep It Pure!
Sandy City Fire Department gave the members of the City Council a training experience they will not forget.
Tips on keeping you and your home safe and secure this Spring.
Read about the city council's role in budget responsibilities, staff and community involvement.
The Sandy City Irrigation Team provides facilities, service, and programs that contribute to an aesthetically pleasing and enhance a safe environment with quality recreation, education, and cultural opportunities for the community we serve.