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The City of Smithfield, Utah is seeking candidates for the position of City Manager.  Located in northern Utah in Cache County; Smithfield City is a growing community with a population of approximately 11,000 residents and an annual budget of approximately nine million dollars.  The city houses its own public works, fire, police, municipal golf course, recreation center, and library departments. 

The successful candidate will have demonstrated leadership and communication skills, along with a strong understanding of all aspects of local government operations.  A Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field of study is required.  A Master’s degree and/or suitable years of experience in local government management, public administration or business administration is preferred. 

To apply, please send a cover letter, resume and at least three professional references too:

Smithfield City
C/O Mayor Simmons
PO Box 96
Smithfield, UT  84335

Applications will be accepted until Tuesday, February 17th at 5:00 P.M. Smithfield City is an equal opportunity employer. 


 The Smithfield City Animal Control Department would like to remind the residents of Smithfield that dog and cat licenses expire on December 31st. 

All dogs and cats need to be registered before the end of December or late fees will be assessed when the license is renewed after December 31st. 

Dogs and cats can be registered at the city office building, 96 South Main, Monday through Friday from 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. 

For more information please visit www.smithfieldcity.org/police.doglicensing.html



Fingerprinting now available at the Smithfield City Police Department.


Fingerprinting available anytime between 8:30-4:30 Monday - Friday.

Appointments are recommended. Walk-ins are welcome.

Contact:  Amy Jones at 435-563-8501


 Support Your Library

A BIG THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO HAS DONATED TO THE LIBRARY RENOVATION SO FAR.  There is still a huge need for donations.  The new Book Depository was purchased from a donation.  Another donation is paying for the old catalog files to be made into tables, to maintain the flavor of the Carnegie Library. PLEASE CONTINUE TO GIVE!!

All transactions are through PayPal and secure.  No donation is too small and all are appreciated. The donations will be used for the purchase of items such as tables, chairs, computers etc. 

Several people have asked where they can donate to this project and we have made the link available on this website for an easier way to donate.  Just click on the donate button located directly below "Support Your Library" (above Quick Links).

You can also donate while you are visiting the Library page.

Donations will continue to be accepted at the city office building, 96 South Main.


     Click for more pictures: Smithfield Trees -Sunset Park

Trees for Smithfield information

Check out the Smithfield Tree Committee's page.  Download the gorgeous slideshow here.

Questions?  Contact the Committee at trees@smithfieldcity.org