Meeting Schedule & Office Hours
Public Hearing-Budget 1 June 2017 @ 6:30 PM
City Council (1st Thursday of the month) 1 June 2017 @ 7:00 PM
Planning & Zoning (last Wednesday of the month) 28 June 2017 @ 6:30 PM
All meetings are held at City Hall and open to the public. City Hall offices will bee moving to the new building throughout the month of June. Please continue to use the old building for all business until notified. Thank-you for your patience.
City Hall Office Hous: Monday –Thursday 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
To Submit Newsletter items please email unformatted text by 20 June to email@example.com.
City-Wide Garage Sale
In conjunction with the Bluegrass & Folk Festival we would like to have a city-wide garage sale. Bluegrass will be doing the advertising all you have to do is display your wares at your house. For more information call Tennessee 435-851-6468
Daughters of Utah Pioneers
Daughters of Utah Pioneers and Associates, we have had a great year. Our monthly meeting will start again the 2nd Monday in September. We have Jubilee on June 19th at noon. Lunch and fun, it will be hosted at the Mt. Pleasant North Stake Center. Please join us. Remember the 24th of July float, and the opening of the new museum at 11:30 after the parade. Hope you enjoy your summer. Thank you for all your support. 🙂
Community Center Dedication
The Dedication Celebration of our Old School Community Center was on Friday, May 26th at 1:00 p.m. It was an exciting and informative celebration of 40 years of hard work to arrive at our present realization of that venerable old building now being our Community Center. Our City Office will be moving in soon, as will the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers with museum items. The Ballroom will be the place where many parties, celebrations, and receptions will happen far into the future. Space to rent will also be available. We are very proud of our new "old" building and we have every reason to be thankful to the many people who sacrificed their time, work, and money to give us such a priceless gift.
Friends of Historic Spring City
The Friends of Historic Spring City are thrilled to have the Spring City School Community Center and Town Hall completed and in the hands of Spring City Corporation and the citizens of our town. We love the way the building has taken shape, and we have so much respect for the pioneers who built it, for the DUP members who saved it, and for the many people who tenaciously worked to preserve and restore it. We are excited for the next few months, as the Daughters of Utah Pioneer Museum takes shape, the lovely upstairs ballroom comes to life with gatherings and celebrations, the city government moves into their offices, and the building comes into full use. We still have funds to raise to complete repayment of the CIB loan on the building, and if local residents want their ancestors, themselves, or their descendants recognized by a plaque in the building, we are delighted to announce that we are opening an additional panel that can accommodate 118 engraved limestone plaques—one for each year since the date the School was built. (Contact Alison Anderson, 462-5225.) Congratulations to all who have helped, supported, and worked toward this great accomplishment.
Spring City Fire Department Needs Volunteers!
Full Training is provided for many areas including: EMT Certification, Wild Land Fire Prevention, Structure Fire, etc.
Earn $5 for each training class you attend.
After Wild Land Fire Certification, the Federal Government can hire you for part-time summer employment at $25/hr!
Women or Men 18+ years are invited to contact: Clarke Christensen, Police and Fire Chief 801-636-9653
Fire Department Training Meetings: Thursdays at 7 PM, Fire Station, City Offices
"By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail." – Benjamin Franklin
Sports & Recreation
Sports and Recreation has LOTS to talk about this month!! We are finishing our Babe Ruth Softball and Baseball season. The teams have done well and have had many exciting ball games. Thanks to the parents who get kids to practices and ballgames each week, and to those who coach. They spend time teaching our youth the fundamentals of the game and are great role models.
Our girls and younger boys played on Mt. Pleasant and Fairview teams this year. We had many boys play on North Sanpete baseball teams and their coaches include Shane Allred, Gary Oveson, Ryan Farr, Andy Osborne, Brian Madsen, Shawn Black, Steve Christiansen, and Bobby Olsen. Thanks also to Shane, Gary and Brian who prepped the Spring City ball field for games.
Youth soccer registration begins on May 22 for all youth ages kindergarten through eighth grade. The cost is $35.00 including a jersey. Socks can be purchased @ $4.00/pair, and additional tickets for REAL soccer game @ $7.00 each. All must be noted on the registration form. Sign-ups run from May 22 through July 21st. Contact Cynthia if you are interested in coaching a team. We will waive your child's registration fee if you coach.
Tackle football registrations run from May 22 - July 14 through Mt. Pleasant City Hall or Recreation Center. ONLY youth who will be in grades 6, 7, or 8th for Fall 2017 school year are eligible to play. The registration fee is $125.00 including a jersey. Contact Stephanie Blain if you are interested in coaching.
Spring City Pioneer Days:
Family Night at the Park on Thursday, July 20 beginning at 6:00 pm. Events include family softball game, volleyball, and ultimate frisbee. Food also will be for sale in the city snack shop.
Co-ed Volleyball Tournament - Friday, July 21 at City park. Cost will be $25.00 per team.
Eight Team Co-ed Softball Tournament - Saturday, July 22 For ages 16 and up; the cost per team is $100.00 Prizes will be awarded.
5K Fun Run/Walk for ALL ages Monday, July 24th begins at 7:00 am at the corner of 1st East and Center Street. Registration is $10.00/person. Pre-registration ends Friday, July 14th. T-shirts for the first 100 registrations.
Beginning in late June be sure to follow our Facebook Page
Spring City Citizen Corps (SCCC)
COMMUNITY MEETINGS & CLASSES
Sponsored by Spring City Citizen Corps (SCCC) for the advancement of Skills/ Preparedness/ Self-Reliance/ Community Resilience
June 1 (Thurs, 7 PM, City Hall) Plan, Prepare, Prevent:
Skills— By Popular Demand; CERT Training
June 8 (Thurs, 7 PM, City Hall) Plan, Prepare, Prevent:
Skills—By Popular Demand; Pickling Veggies by Fermentation,(aka, sauerkraut)
June 15 (Thurs, 7 PM, City Hall) Plan, Prepare, Prevent:
Skills—By Popular Demand; Gardening Tips
June 18 (Sun, 6:30 PM, City Hall) Plan, Prepare, Prevent:
Skills—By Popular Demand; TBA
June 22 (Thurs, 6:00 PM, City Hall) Plan, Prepare, Prevent:
Skills—By Popular Demand; Solar Cooking Pot Luck, Prepare before coming or come earlier to catch the sun. Note earlier time.
June 29 (Thurs, 7 PM, City Hall) Plan, Prepare, Prevent:
Skills—By Popular Demand; Lower elevation herb walk with Cat and Brad.
All events are open to the public at NO COST. Bring family, friends, neighbors! Questions: 435-709-1474
No Burn Dates: May 1—Oct 31 (Call the Fire Department prior to burning if you need to do so during that time.)
On-Call Emergency Service
24/7 for POWER, WATER, SEWER 435-262-2868
Oxygen Needs During Outages?
If you, or someone you know, needs to be on oxygen; please inform the city offices so we can assist during power outages. Contact: 435-462-2244 DeputyTreasurer@springcityutah.org
Pioneer Days Schedule
July 21, Fri Street Dance Rock of Ages 8:00 p.m.
July 22nd, Sat. Park Concert Cross Strung 7:00 p.m.
July 23rd, Sun. Old Time Gospel Music Revival 7:00 p.m.
July 24th, Mon. Fun Run
Fireman's breakfast8:00 a.m.-10 a.m.
Park Party--Ophir Creekafter parade
Saga of Spring City
Ice Cream Social7:00 p.m.
Quarters for Christmas
Hope you've started dropping all your loose change into a mason jar! SAVE ALL OF YOUR COINS, not just quarters, ALL YEAR LONG! Our Christmas Party, on December 2nd, will focus on helping others in our county. There are special Quarters for Christmas cans at City Hall & Spring City Elementary School for you to drop your coins or your full jar of coins into when it gets full. Then you can work to fill it again and again! Saving a little bit at a time adds up to doing many good things for people in need in our county! Get the the kids involved in this worthy project!!!
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