Youth Council Easter Egg Hunt
The Youth City Council is hosting a Spring City Easter Egg Hunt.
Time: 10:00 a.m.
Bring your Easter baskets and come hunt for eggs with your friends and family at the City Park!
(This is a free event for Spring City residents.)
Age divisions: 0-2 (assisted by parents), 3-4, 5-7, 8-11
And there will also be a Facebook/Instagram Easter Egg Geocache event around town for youth ages 12+!
If you are a youth, age 14-18, and would like to join the YCC, please contact Mindy Hardy 462-5424
Meeting Schedule & Office Hours
City Council (1st Thursday of the month) 6 April 2017 @ 7:00 PM
Planning & Zoning (last Wednesday of the month) 26 April 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
Volunteer Spotlight- Mindy Hardy
Mark Your Calendar
May 26 DEDICATION OF THE OLD SCHOOL COMMUNITY CENTER
Residents Reducing Wildfire Risk
Community Project for May 6, 2017 9-12am We, on the Spring City Wildfire Council, have the opportunity of offering help on your property to remove potential fire hazards of dead shrubs, old wood structures, debris, etc. This is for FREE!! This effort will be an ongoing project throughout several years. We need property owners to volunteer their property, give permission, and oversee their own property work—if they so choose. We also need volunteers to help with the removal: Men with chainsaws & youth with energy, and anyone with a desire to help our community. This is a service opportunity for groups, scouts, clubs, etc. Gloves are a must, sturdy shoes, cutters, chainsaws, wagons and wheelbarrows needed. If you are interested, please contact Jane Hawkes @ 707-673-7548 or email@example.com
Daughters of the Utah Pioneers
Heritage Day & Dedication
Plein Air and Painting Event
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 6 (Thurs, 7 PM, City Hall) Plan, Prepare, Prevent:
Skills— By Popular Demand; Community Radio Communication Practice
April 13 (Thurs, 7 PM, City Hall) Plan, Prepare, Prevent:
Skills—By Popular Demand; Making Yarn from Wool, Drop Spindle Method
April 20 (Thurs, 7 PM, City Hall) Plan, Prepare, Prevent:
Skills—By Popular Demand; Tree and Bush Planting
April 23 (Sun, 6:30 PM, City Hall) Plan, Prepare, Prevent:
Skills—By Popular Demand; Folks, This Ain’t Normal, Nutritional Resilience
April 27 (Thurs, 7 PM, City Hall) Plan, Prepare, Prevent:
Skills—By Popular Demand; Critical Knots
All events are open to the public at NO COST.
Bring family, friends, neighbors!
Spring City Citizen Corps (SCCC)
This year the Central Utah Regional Citizen Corps has opened up their annual conference to the general public AND THERE IS NO REGISTRATION FEE: Sat., April 22nd 8:30 – 3:00. Pick up a registration form along with your newsletter and send it in by April 7th.
There will be give-a-ways for participants plus a raffle for a 2 night stay in mesquite.
Registration is from 8:30 – 9:00 followed by three (3) workshop sessions until noon. Each workshop block will have six (6) classes to choose from. After lunch there will be a Disaster Simulation from 1 – 3 to help you better prepare. As soon as the final class agenda is published we’ll post it at City Hall and the Post Ofice.
This is a great opportunity for your household and community, so register. Make it an event and carpool down with family and friends – You’ll be glad you did.
The Chief's Corner
Spring time not only brings good weather but an increase of illegal activity. Please be aware of fraud schemes that are very real and active in our area. If it is too good to be true it usually is. If an opportunity falls outside of normal business transactions let that be a red flag to you.
When you sell an item and the buyer sends you more money than you ask, be cautious, regardless of the buyer’s excuse. It is a common scheme to give you hundreds to thousands more in money than you are asking for, then requesting you to send the excess to another person or account. You may have received a cashier’s check. The bank even accepted it.
On the surface it looks and sounds very valid. It is not. After a short period of time the cashier’s check will come back to you as a forgery and you will be responsible. If you have any question don’t hesitate to call your bank and ask about the situation. I am also happy to listen to situations you are suspicious about.
As a reminder Spring City Ordinance says:
(6-2-5) OHV’s also known as ATV’s are limited in speed to 15 miles per hour in town.
(6-2-4) OHV’s may not be driven on Main Street except between Center and 100 North. This will allow access to the Post Office and the gas station.
Note: If your OHV is registered as a vehicle, which includes having license plates and insurance, the Main Street exception does not apply to your OHV and normal vehicle speed traffic laws apply.
(6-2-3) Persons under 8 years of age my not operate an OHV on any Spring City street or roadway.
Operating an OHV between ages 8 and 16 the operator must be under the direct visual supervision of an adult 18 years of age or older holding a valid driver’s license.
Persons ages 16 and older must have a driver’s license to operate an OHV in Spring City.
Any operator under age 18 must have a properly fitted and fastened U.S. Department of Transportation safety rated helmet.
The above laws are paraphrased. I am not an attorney nor do I give legal advice. To read and understand the law in its entirety the Spring City Code can be accessed through the Spring City Web site.