MT. OLYMPUS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT
NOTICE REGARDING CURED-IN-PLACE PIPELINE PROJECT
Mt. Olympus Improvement District is in the process of planning for a cured in-place pipeline project within the District’s boundaries for rehabilitation of
approximately 8,008 feet of 8, 10, and 12 inch sewer lines. The District is inviting
bids to be submitted for the project. The District will accept sealed bids at its
office until 1:00 p.m. Monday July 1, 2013 for the project. The sealed bids will be
opened at that time.
The Notice Inviting Bids, Instructions to Bidders, and other contract documents
can be obtained here.
Copies of these documents may also be obtained at the District’s offices located at 3932 South 500
East, Salt Lake City, Utah 84107, Monday through Thursday from 7:00 a.m. until
Board of Trustee's Approves Name Change
The Board of Trustees has approved and signed a Resolution to change the name of the District to Mt. Olympus Improvement District. The name change will be official once the Lieutenant Governor has signed the certificate of name change, and copies of the certificate are sent to the required State and County entities per Utah Code Ann. Section 17B-1-105
District Name change effective August 13, 2012
MT. OLYMPUS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT
MISSION AND VISION STATEMENT
The aim of Mt. Olympus Improvement District is to:
•Protect human health and the environment by responsibly collecting, treating, disposing, or re- using the wastewater.
•Maintain a safe working environment at all times.
•Ensure the highest level of customer-valued service by:
1.Responding quickly to customer needs
2.using state-of-the-art technology and equipment
3.using innovative approaches to problem solving
4.anticipating future needs
5.being prepared for emergencies
•Promote a flexible work force by creating an environment for our employees which:
1.stimulates and nurtures long-term growth and development, both personally and professionally
2.focuses on a team-based approach that also emphasizes individual accountability
3.encourages training and skill development that results in job satisfaction
•Serves as a model for other organizations by:
1.being recognized as a competitive leader in the wastewater industry
2.maintaining and/or enhancing existing service levels
3.looking for opportunities to expand services where beneficial to our rate payers
These are our Guiding Principles:
•We respect all of our customers and are committed to providing them value and quality by ensuring fiscal accountability and using District’s resources in an ethical, efficient, and responsible manner.
•As an organization, we respect our employees for the valuable contributions they make. As employees we respect one another and view diversity as an asset.
•We strive for personal excellence by:
1.maintaining positive attitudes and open minds
2.encouraging creative and innovative thinking
3.nurturing an environment where employees feel free to experiment and grow
•To be an effective team, we:
1.make timely, informed decisions and support them
2.exchange information openly, honestly, and directly
3.value and encourage all employees’ input
4.look for ways to help each other
•We are individually and collectively responsible for the continuous improvement and success of the District, and hold ourselves accountable for our actions and deeds.
Adopted February 20, 1998