GUIDELINES FOR SERVING DOCUMENTS AT THE SALT LAKE CITY RECORDERS OFFICE
In accord with the Utah State Public Health Order issued March 21, 2020 and the Proclamation Declaring a Local Emergency issued by Salt Lake City Mayor Erin Mendenhall on March 10, 2020, the Salt Lake City Recorder’s Office will be following these guidelines to protect our employees from non-essential contact and to continue to promote telecommuting and social distance to limit the impact of COVID-19 on our community.
Service of Notice of Claims, Subpoenas or Complaints on Salt Lake City Corporation should be accomplished in the following way until Salt Lake City rescinds its Proclamation Declaring a Local Emergency:
Notice of Claims: All notices of claims should be mailed to: Salt Lake City Recorder, P.O. Box 145515, Salt Lake City, UT 84114-5515. To be timely, the notice of claim must be mailed on or before the deadline for filing, which will be determined by the postmarked date on the envelope.
Subpoenas and Complaints: To serve a Subpoena or Complaint on Salt Lake City Corporation, please contact John Delaney in the Salt Lake City Attorney’s Office to arrange for acceptance of service. He may be contacted on (801) 535-7648 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that only Salt Lake City Corporation can be served at the Salt Lake City Recorder’s Office. To serve an employee of Salt Lake City Corporation, please refer to the options provided in Rule 4 of the Utah Rules of Civil Procedure for service on individuals.
Attorney’s and Prosecutor’s Offices
This program insures that the day-to-day operations of the City are legally responsible and that commitments which the City makes, and contracts which the City enters into, are appropriate legal commitments which protect the health, safety and welfare of the residents and resources of the City. When appropriate, the program provides prosecution of criminal violations.
Risk Management’s responsibilities include: managing programs to comply with the Government Immunity Act of Utah, managing third party liability/tort claims, managing internal and external liability risk exposures, managing insurance requirements for City contracts, managing the City’s insured and self-insured programs including Workers Compensation, managing City occupational medicine service and City employee emergency response and mitigation planning.
For detailed information about filing a claim against Salt Lake City, click here.