Employment Opportunity

City Recorder

Centerfield City has an open position for City Recorder.  Applications for this vacancy are being accepted now and will remain open for 2 weeks following this posting.  A Centerfield City application must be completed and submitted for consideration.  A copy of the application can be found at this link, or at the Centerfield City offices located at 130 S Main St, Centerfield, UT 84622.

Job Description

The job description for the City Recorder can be found in this link

Criminal History

All applicants may be subject to background check.  All applicants must agree to and sign an Applicant Waiver and Background Check Authorization Form.  This form is required to be submitted with your application for employment.

The Applicant Waiver and Background Check Authorization Form can be found here.  A copy of this form may also be obtained at the Centerfield City offices.

Equal Opportunity Employer

It is Centerfield City's policy that employees should be able to enjoy a work environment free from all forms of unlawful employment discrimination. All decisions regarding recruiting, hiring, promotion, assignment, training, termination, and other terms and conditions of employment will be made without unlawful discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, religion, age, pregnancy, disability, work-related injury, covered veteran status, political ideology, genetic information, marital status, or any other factor that the law protects from employment discrimination. Individuals will be selected for promotion based on skill and ability. Where skill and ability are equal, then length of continuous employment will be the determining factor. Additionally, Centerfield City prohibits unlawful harassment of its employees, applicants, or independent contractors in any form.


Text Alerts

Text Alerts


Everyone has cell phones these days and text messages are a great way to get brief, but helpful information.  We offer text alerts to keep you in the know, in your community.  We will send occasional texts concerning important information, upcoming events, and even emergency alert notices.

Stay informed and sign up right here.  You can also text "centerfield" to 88202.

You can make a difference!

You can make a difference!

The purpose of today's post is to make you aware of the upcoming benefit event which will be held in Fairview, on Friday, October 9th, at 6 pm.  We encourage all to attend, as it will be a great event for your family, and will support a great cause.  Please share this information with your friends.  If you cannot attend, you may still donate warm clothing in good condition, and new non-perishable food items. You may find more information about this event, on the event's Facebook page found here.

Are you ready for flooding?

Are you ready for flooding?

Throughout the summer we have been talking about conserving water due to the drought conditions that we have right now in Utah.  However, sometimes even though rain may be needed there can be too much of a good thing.  When it rains faster than the ground can absorb the waters, flooding may occur.


Don't Wait. Communicate. Make Your Emergency Plan Today.

Disasters like floods, hurricanes, wildfires, tornadoes, and earthquakes are a harsh and frequent reality for much of the country. According to a recent survey conducted by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), progress has been made; however fewer than half of Americans have discussed and developed an emergency plan with their household.

It is that time again, September is National Preparedness Month.  We are blessed to live in the heart of Central Utah, and as such we are protected from many of the natural disasters that threaten other parts of the country, however we are not exempt from disaster.

Some of the potential natural disaster threats that we face include earthquakes, fire, and blizzards, however not all disasters are natural.  Man-made disasters can destroy our water supply, and knock out communications.  Some disasters may be within your own family such as injuries in the dessert or mountains, or periods of unemployment where food may become harder to obtain.

Being prepared for yourself and your family can bring you confidence and peace of mind, regardless of what challenges may come your way.  Join us as we discuss how you and your family can be prepared as we share tips and resources throughout the month.  Stay tuned for more posts to this blog, and to social media.

Click it, or Ticket.

Since it has been a while since out last blog post, we thought we would bring another issue to your attention.  Did you know that June is National Safety Month?  There are many ways to be safe, and we will be sharing a lot of tips on how to be safer on Facebook, over the remainder of the month.  This post however, will be talking about seat belts.

Did you know that the Utah legislators changed the seat belt laws this year to make not wearing a seat belt a primary offense.  This means that you could be pulled over for no other reason than because you are not wearing your seat belt.  Remember, Click it, or Ticket.

Unfortunately, there are still too many individuals who are not wearing their belts.  Wearing your seat belt in such an easy way to stay safer, and it could save your life.  Statistically, more men fail to buckle up than woman.  Not wearing a seat belt is a big problem in our area.

Seat belt facts and tips.

  • Let’s see, there’s “Click it or Ticket!” “No Belt, No Brains,” and “What’s Holding You Back?” But no matter how you say it, one thing is clear: Buckling up on every ride is the single most important thing a family can do to stay safe in the car. Here are a few tips to make buckling up a part of every car ride.

  • Seat belts saved more than 12,000 lives in 2012. Compared with other age groups, teens have the lowest rate of seat belt use. Only 54% of high school students reported always wearing a seat belt when riding with someone else.

  • Kids are VIPs – just ask them. VIPs ride in the back seat, so keep all kids in the back seat until they are 13.

    • When adults wear seat belts, kids wear seat belts. So be a good example and buckle up for every ride. Be sure everyone in the vehicle buckles up, too.

    • A lap and shoulder belt provides the best protection for your children and should be used on every ride.

    • We know kids like to slouch or lean against the windows during the drive, but it makes a difference in terms of safety. Have your children sit upright when using seat belts. 

Finally, if not for yourself, buckle up for the ones you love.

National Prevention Week

National Prevention Week

May 17 – 23 is National Prevention Week, a national health observance supported by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).  National Prevention Week is a time to focus attention on important behavioral health issues affecting young people and adults: tobacco use, underage drinking, excessive alcohol use, prescription drug misuse, illicit drug use and youth marijuana use, and suicide.