Choices for Millcreek: City or Metro Township?
The Utah State Legislature is letting residents of Canyon Rim, East Mill Creek, Mt. Olympus and Millcreek vote this fall to decide whether we will become “Millcreek City” or “Millcreek Metro Township.”
Why Choose Millcreek City?
- Locally-elected Millcreek city council members and mayor will focus on revitalizing our commercial areas to generate more sales tax revenue to fund local needs and projects.
- Becoming a city keeps our tax dollars in our community instead of spreading them across the county.
- Millcreek has a strong economic base and would be the tenth largest city in Utah.
- No matter how we vote, by law we stay in the unified police and fire districts. Becoming a city will not disrupt the fire and police services we now enjoy.
- Salt Lake County has made it clear that it’s still eager to keep Millcreek as “valued customers” by providing other municipal services through negotiated contracts.
This Fall You Decide Millcreek's Future Governance
2015 Millcreek Ballot Questions:
Shall Millcreek Planning Township be incorporated as a metro township Millcreek Metro Township or as the city of Millcreek City?
☐ Millcreek Metro Township
☐ Millcreek City
If the majority of the voters voting in this election vote to incorporate as a metro township, shall the metro township be a metro township with limited municipal powers that is included in a municipal services district?
Please Note:If voters choose the Metro Township governance model, but vote no to being in the Municipal Services District, the Metro Township could contract with the District for services.