Meeting Schedule & Office Hours
Public Hearing 4 May 2017 @ 6:30 PM
City Council (1st Thursday of the month) 4 May 2017 @ 7:00 PM
Planning & Zoning (last Wednesday of the month) 31 May February 2017 @ 6:30 PM
All meetings are held at City Hall and open to the public.
City Hall Office Hous: Monday –Thursday 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
To see everything that is happening this month, click the calendar icon. If you would like to add something to the calendar email the event to Treasurer@springcityutah.org or firstname.lastname@example.org by the first of the month. For Community Meetings & Classes check the Calendar page.
Daughters of the Utah Pioneers
Mark Your Calendar
May 6 Residents Reducing Wildfire Risk
May 26 Dedication of Old School Community Center
May 27 Heritage Day
June 5 Third Annual Pet Show @ City Bowry
July 21-24 Pioneer Days
Aug 5 Bluegrass & Folk Festival
Aug 29-Sept 2 Plein Air Arts Competition
Sept 9 School Bell Run
Nov Christmas Ornaments submissions begin
Dec 2 Quarters for Christmas Potluck Brunch 11:00AM
Residents Reducing Wildfire Risk
On May 6 a CITY-WIDE “RESIDENTS REDUCING WILDFIRE RISK” event is planned in conjunction with a nation-wide project. We need two things: PROPERTIES needing work, AND VOLUNTEERS to help do the physical labor. Last October nine people came to help for 2 hours in decreasing at-risk-debris considered fuel for wildfire at a local property. We are hoping more will join us this May 6th from 9-1. We will meet at the City building and be assigned several properties on which to work. For volunteering or more information, please contact Jane Hawkes at 707-763-7548 email@example.com
Community Center Dedication
Memorial Day Program
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
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
Sports & Recreation
Pet Show June 5th
We Have a FIREWISE Community
Our Spring City Wildfire Council has been very active this past year. We now have 18 members including the Mayor, Fire Chief, city council members, citizens, and a youth council member. Complying with the requirements for the USA designation of “FIREWISE” was our goal.
On April 13th at the Citizen’s core meeting, we received a plaque that reads, “SPRING CITY, UTAH is awarded Firewise Communities/USA status: November 2016. Many hours and projects were accomplished to achieve this. This plaque will be housed at the Mayor’s office.
We continue doing the work to keep a Firewise status. One benefit of a community being Firewise, is that some home insurance companies reduce the yearly insurance premium. Another is that it costs less to reduce fuel debris than to rebuild homes. Also we can apply for a grant to help us with reducing the fire risk in our city and outlying area. We accomplished this goal and have $500 to help us with our projects this year.
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
April 27 (Thurs, 7 PM, City Hall) Plan, Prepare, Prevent:
Skills—By Popular Demand; Critical Knots
May 4 (Thurs, 7 PM, City Hall) Plan, Prepare, Prevent: Skills — by popular demand; CERT
May 11 (Thurs, 7 PM, City Hall) Plan, Prepare, Prevent: Skills — by popular demand; Felting
May 18 (Thurs, 7 PM, City Hall) Plan, Prepare, Prevent: Skills — by popular demand; Gardening
May 21 (Sunday, 6:30 PM, City Hall) Plan, Prepare, Prevent: Skills — by popular demand; Book Review: Smarter, Faster, Better
May 25 (Thurs, 7 PM, City Hall) Plan, Prepare, Prevent: Skills — by popular demand; Natural Yeast Bread
All events are open to the public at NO COST.
Bring family, friends, neighbors!
"There's no harm in hoping for the best as long as you are prepared for the worst."
–Different Seasons by Stephen King
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!!!
Submitting Newsletter Items
Submit newsletter items to firstname.lastname@example.org, call City Hall@462-2244, or drop them by City Office. Please submit items by 4:00 PM on the 20th of the month prior to publication.