Members and Municipal Service District customers:

On Friday, March 27, 2020, the Government Center located at 2100 South State Street was closed to protect employees and the public from the spread of the coronavirus.  The offices of the Municipal Services District are on the third floor of the north building.

MSD staff members are set- up to work remotely to meet the needs of our customers.  Office land lines and staff phone numbers are forwarded to cell phones, so that we can assist you with your business needs.

We are here to serve you. Customers can call or email planning or business license staff to request virtual appointments. Staff members will follow-up by sending a WebEx or Zoom invite for appointments.  Visit www.msd.utah.gov for contact information.

Our building inspectors and code enforcement officers are working from their vehicles.  You will recognize them in the all black vehicles proudly displaying the MSD logo decal.  Basic and limited inspections for occupied homes can take place via video; however, those inspections can also be on hold without penalties pending the “stay-home restrictions” being lifted.

For unoccupied, vacant buildings, or new construction, on-site inspections can take place if the building is vacant at time of inspection. For the safety of our employees and of our customers, social distancing is  mandatory and if applicants/contractors do not comply, the inspection will not be completed. When a contractor is on site, we require the recommended 6’ social distancing be maintained.

Click here for Planning Forms.

Click here to report damage from the 03.18.2020 Earthquake.

Click here for the MSD Citizen Problem Reporter Tool.

Click here for more information about COVID 19.

Click here to contact MSD Staff directly.

We thank you for your patience as together we work to fight the spread of COVID-19.

 

2019 Fee Schedule has been approved

Open fee schedule (pdf)

Development services, including land use planning, help grow our communities in smart and responsible ways.

From business licensing, which ensures safe and responsible use of private land, to code enforcement, which keeps our neighborhoods vibrant and clean, we’re here to meet the needs and concerns of residents throughout Salt Lake county.

If you’re looking to report a problem, including road repair concerns and code enforcement violations, visit the Code Enforcement Page.