40 cities now updated with fiscal year 2011 compensation information

31 10 2011

Updated gross compensation information is now available at http://bit.ly/h4SZAn for 40 cities across Utah.

Of those 40, eight are new cities that were not posted on UtahsRight.com previously. They are Enoch, Elk Ridge, Fairview, Ferron, Fillmore, Garland, Garden City and Smithfield.

Along with the updated cities, updated information for the State of Utah has also been posted.

The cities that have been updated so far are:
Salt Lake City
South Salt Lake City
Bountiful
Clearfield
Kaysville
Layton
South Weber
Syracuse
West Bountiful
Woods Cross
Cottonwood Heights
Holladay
Midvale
Murray
Bluffdale
Draper
Riverton
Sandy
South Jordan
Taylorsville
Ogden
Provo
Smithfield
Alta
American Ford
Beaver
Blanding
Brigham City
Cedar City
Cedar Hills
Delta
Elk Ridge City
Fairview
Ferron
Fillmore
Garden City
Garland

More updated salary information for cities and other public entities are coming daily!

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4 responses

10 11 2011
cedar city corporation

Hi, I am the payroll technician for Cedar City Corporation. I am concerned because the wage list you have here does not accurately reflect our actual wages – most of the listed wages are higher than we are paying our employees.

Can I get this corrected? I would be happy to send you a correct print-out of our wages.

Thank you, Cathy Macfarlane

19 12 2011
UtahsRight

Hi Cathy,
Our site lists a gross compensation — which includes wages, benefits, bonuses, etc. — and not just take-home pay. If you click on an individual’s name, you can see a breakdown of how the money was distributed. Oftentimes, government employees email with the similar concerns as yours, but generally they did not know that our output is gross compensation. If that breakdown is still incorrect, please email me at webmaster@utahsright.com, and we can get it straightened out.
Thanks,
Jessica Miller
Utah’s Right to Know

11 12 2011
dave

West Valley City update?

19 12 2011
UtahsRight

West Valley City has not yet submitted their data to the state, which is traditionally how we access the data. I had filed a records request through the city for data, however, what I received was not accurate and did not contain complete gross compensation. I will hopefully get it up as soon as it become available.

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