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The Millcreek - Municipal Government Facebook page is our main method of social media communication. This is the best place to go for the latest in Millcreek news, events, messages from the Mayor and city staff, and other happenings in our community. 

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We use Twitter as a platform for not only Millcreek news, but sharing information from our partners such as Salt Lake County, Wasatch Front Waste & Recycling, neighboring cities, news stations, and much more.

The Millcreek Business Council uses Twitter to highlight local Millcreek business and provide a network for business owners to connect.

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Discover videos that showcase our city and explain new projects and policies in an engaging way.

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The Millcreek Instagram highlights Millcreek's scenery, events, and people that call Millcreek home. The Millcreek Business Council uses Instagram to highlight local Millcreek business and provide a network for business owners to connect.

Connect with our Millcreek Youth Council and Promise Program on Instagram and see the fun ways that they are serving our community!

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These City social media channels are for general public information only. Comments posted on these channels will be monitored. The City does not have the ability to respond to all comments. To request a response from the City or to request services, you must go to the Millcreek city website or call the city (801-214-2700). Millcreek reserves the unilateral right to remove without notice inappropriate comments including, but not limited to, those that have racist or prejudicial comments, obscene language or sexual content, threaten or defame any person or organization, violate the legal ownership interest of another party, promote illegal activity, promote commercial services or products, or are not topically related to the particular posting.

Please be aware that, under certain circumstances, content appearing on City social media channels may be subject to Utah’s public records laws and subject to disclosure by the City if requested. This may include information that you make available through privacy settings on this personal site on your own social media channel(s).