Early registration deadline is Friday, November 1st for Boys and Girls in 3rd through 8th grades. Online registration will continue after the deadline until all leagues are filled, then a waiting list is utilized. Boys placements are Nov 6-7 and Girls placements are Nov 13-14. The fee is $40 per player plus a $10 late fee after the deadline, non-Springville residents also add $10. Practices begin in late November and games are played in January and February. Click here for Rec1 Online Registration. Please call 801-489-2730 if you have any difficulties with online registration. The Recreation staff can help by phone so coming to the office isn’t necessary (unless paying cash or check). Thanks for your patience during the transition to Rec1.
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Beginning Monday, October 28th, construction crews will be working directly in front of Reagan Academy to widen Center Street to three travel lanes. The finished product will provide East and Westbound travel lanes with a center passive left-turn lane in the middle, similar to 400 South street in front of Brookside Elementary. The project will be completed by November 15th.
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Early Voting begins today at Springville City Hall – 110 South Main. Complete dates and times are as follows:
Tues, Oct 22 through Fri, Oct 25 from 10 am to 12 noon and 2 pm to 4 pm.
Mon, Oct 28 through Fri, Nov 1 from 10 am to 12 noon and 2 pm to 5 pm.
More information available at http://www.springville.org/administration/recorder/election-information/
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Saturday, Oct 26 at Springville Museum of Art. Help prevent drug and alcohol abuse in our community. This is the second annual fundraising evening of dancing and silent auction. Dress up with masks and semi-formal dress or Renaissance era costumes. Tickets are available online or at City Hall. Adult-$10, Two Adults-$15, College Student-$7, High School Student-$5. Sponsored by Springville ASAP (Art City Substance Abuse Prevention). http://www.springville.org/asap/.
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Jump in with 200 floating pumpkins and choose one to decorate! Monday, Oct 21 from 6pm-9pm. This annual event is fun for the whole family! Monday Night Family Admission price is $12. Springville Community Pool, 1015 East 900 South.
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Lost and found items left at soccer games may be claimed at the Recreation office for a short time before being donated to charity. Mon-Fri between 8am-5pm at 443 South 200 East.
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Did you know about the annual Halloween Decoration Contest? Scare up the outside of your house and yard (must be visible from the street) with all things Halloween by Wednesday, October 30th. Nominate your own home or a friend’s in Springville City by emailing the name of the homeowner and their address to firstname.lastname@example.org by noon on October 30th. Addresses of the nominees will be posted on the Springville City website for the public to know where to see some amazing decorations. Anonymous judging will take place on October 30th. For more detailed information click the following link: http://www.springville.org/recreation/halloween-decoration-contest/
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Springville Mayor Wilford Clyde has made it a point to visit local businesses. Nearly every week the Mayor goes on local visits to get their take on how the City is doing. Over the past few months, the Mayor has visited dozens of businesses—large and small. Business owners love the visits and the chance to talk with the Mayor and City officials about their businesses.
During a visit to Wal*Mart, the store manager proudly announced that the Springville store is one of the top two in the state and that a store remodel is planned for next year. James Curtis, Wal*Mart’s area manager confirmed that the Springville Wal*Mart is a great store that will be here for a long time. The Mayor had heard that Wal*Mart may be closing in Springville. Both managers strongly refuted this rumor. They both said, “Why would Wal*Mart close one of their best stores in the state?”
Western Trade just moved here from Provo. They were pleased with the interaction and reception they received from the City. This leather-working business has a great reputation and customers all over the country!
Springville Meat is just completing a huge expansion of their custom butcher operations. They ship product from Alaska to Florida, but Dave Cope says they still form their business around custom cuts of meat made to the customer’s order.
The 400 South corridor is busy with new businesses building and several of our industrial park businesses are expanding as well. It is an exciting time to be in Springville!
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