Meetings Schedule & Office Hours

City Council (1st Thursday of the month)  2 February 2017 @ 7:00 PM

Planning & Zoning (last Wednesday of the month) 22 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

DUP Meeting

Welcome February! 
Love Month is the Best! February 6th at 11:00 am at the City Hall Looking Forward to a Loving Meeting!

Dog & Cat Clinic

Saturday March 25th, 2017 10:00AM-1:00 PM Spring City Hall All Vaccinations available for Dogs & Cats Wormers Rabies Shots (Discounted Price $12) City Dog Licenses Unsexed $10.00 Sexed $15.00 Call the City Offices for more 
info @ 435-462-2244

Spring City Events

 

 Events Schedule for 2017

February 14th – Valentine’s Dance 7-9pm City Hall
May 26th – Dedication of the old School Community Center
May 27th – Heritage day
June 5th – 3rd annual Pet Show – City Bowery
July 21-24 – Pioneer Days
August 4-5 – Bluegrass Festival
August 29-Sept 2nd – Plein Air Arts Competition
September 9th – School Bell Run
October – Fall Festival – date TBA
November – Christmas Ornaments submission begins
December 2nd – Quarters for Christmas Potluck Brunch – 11 am

 

 

 

 Christmas Ornaments Fundraiser

The Christmas Ornaments Fundraiser was a great success! We raised enough to fund our Valentine’s Dance! A special THANKS to all who contributed to this fun new tradition. A big thanks to Das Café for their part in selling the ornaments for their Christmas Tree! Spring City is becoming famous as a place to find beautiful hand-crafted Christmas ornaments! Please start now making your for our next Christmas tree fundraiser.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Get out a mason jar and begin dropping all your loose change into it! Our Christmas Party on December 2nd will focus on helping others in our County. Luanne Monson from KSL is sending us a special Quarters for Christmas can that will be placed at City Hall for you to empty your 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, many good things for people in need! Get the kids involved in this worthy project!!

Valentine's Day Dance

Save the date on your calendars for the Spring City Valentine's Dance on Tuesday, February 14th at City Hall! More details to come . . .

Recreation

Spring City Royalty – Scholarship Program

 It’s time to begin selecting our 2017 Spring City Royalty. We are looking for young ladies between the ages of 16-18 who would like to represent our town in parades and activities throughout the County this summer. An application must be submitted by March 31, 2017. The application can be picked up and then returned at the City Hall office during regular office hours. Along with the application, a proposal must be submitted outlining what activity/service the queen will implement during her reign. Ideas might include an organized community clean-up day, a 3K fun run, a children’s activity day, a fundraiser for a worthy cause, and much more. The ideas are endless! Pick up your application now.

 

 

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

Feb   2 (Thurs, 7 PM, City Hall) Plan, Prepare, Prevent:

Skills—Cheese Making

Feb   9 (Thurs, 7 PM, City Hall) Plan, Prepare, Prevent:

Skills—Hands On High Tech Primitive Fire Making - Dress for the outdoors

Feb   16 (Thurs, 7 PM, City Hall) Plan, Prepare, Prevent: 

Skills—Gardening and Preparing for Spring.

Feb    19 (Sunday, 6:30 PM, City Hall) Plan, Prepare, Prevent: 

Discussion: Grid Down Sustainable Gardening Jim Phillips

Feb   23 (Thurs, 7 PM, City Hall) Plan, Prepare, Prevent:

Skills – CERT – Preparing for a mass casualty event.

All events are open to the public at NO COST.

Bring family, friends, neighbors!

Questions: 435-709-1474

The mission of Citizen Corps is to harness the power of every individual through education, training, and volunteer service to make communities safer, stronger, and better prepared to respond to the threats of terrorism, crime, public health issues, and disasters of all kinds.

For more information on this national program click HERE.

Spring City Police Department

  We have recently stepped up our enforcement for traffic violations. The most common violations are speed and stop signs, which we will be actively enforcing. In an attempt to be educate citizens we have been issuing more warnings than citations. However, we will be issuing more citations in the coming days.
     During winter months it is common to see a drop in theft and vandalism because it is cold enough outside to deter those who participate in those activities. But, they do not stop.  Please watch out for your neighbor’s property. If you see suspicious activity please call dispatch and report the incident.   We are happy to come and speak with people to make sure everything is ok. Participation in Neighborhood watch is a good thing.
     If you want to report an incident please call dispatch or 911. I had a neighbor call me once to report his fence was on fire.  I did not have a fire truck nor did my garden hose reach his yard. The emergency would have been best served by calling dispatch first. Then, they can call me, or another officer if I am off duty. I am always happy to speak with any of our citizens on matters of concern, but if it is a police officers you need, call dispatch first.

Clarke Christensen

Chief of Police

Spring City Police Department

From now on it is our intent to publish police department statistics from the previous months

 

November 2016 Offenses

Alarm 1
Simple Assault 2 
Assault on Police Officer 1
Criminal Mischief 1
Unattended Death 1
Ambulance Assist 2
Process Service 1
Public Intoxication 1
Disorderly Conduct 1
Public Service 4
Public Presentation 1
Sexual Assault, carnal abuse 1
Suspicious Vehicle 1
Theft 1

 

December 2016 Offenses

Assist Other Agency 2
Ambulance Assist 1
Damaged Property, Public 1
Family Disturbance 1
Harassment 1
Public Service 7
Public Presentation 1
Suspicious Activity 1
Suspicious Person 1
Suspicious Vehicle 1
Theft 1