With the recent snow, we are pleased that the tubing hill, snowshoeing, and cross country skiing trails will be able to open! For information on prices, day passes, season passes, hours of operation, click here for the Winter Recreation page.
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Please join us on Tuesday, Jan. 7, at 5:15 p.m., Council Chambers of the Civic Center, as Judge Sherlynn Fenstermaker administers the Oath of Office to the newly-elected officials — Wilford W. Clyde, Craig Conover and Chris Sorensen.
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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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Construction Begins on Secondary Water Pond
During the past few weeks construction has begun on a new secondary water pond at the mouth of Hobble Creek Canyon. The primary purpose of the pond will be to provide secondary water to the west side of Springville where substantial infrastructure is already in place to deliver non-culinary water to residents and businesses.
The exciting news is that this pond will also be available for recreational purposes too! A large, sandy beach area will allow families to relax and swim. The pond is planned to be stocked with fish for local fishermen and trails will connect into the existing trail networks.
The pond is being paid for through a grant from Central Utah Water Conservancy District. Recreational amenities will be paid primarily through Park Impact Fees. Construction of the pond will last well into next year and then parking lots and other infrastructure will need to be built. The pond should be open for public use in 2015.
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In many ways Springville is much like many other small cities of the American West. Hardy settlers carved out a living and built something from nothing. Yet, Springville’s story is different. Few large cities let alone a small town of barely 30,000 citizens can boast of a governor, a United States Supreme Court Justice, a Master’s Golf Tournament champion along with famous artists and wealthy entrepreneurs among its list of citizens.
Glimpses of Springville, written by Robert and JaNeal Freeman, reveals an extraordinary place. Through pictures and vignettes, the reader is introduced to a broad array of people, places and events that have created Utah’s Art City. A timeline weaves the history together and tells a tale in a sentence. In-depth essays give insight to the Springville Museum of Art, Hobble Creek Golf Course and more. In between, dozens of interesting historical moments are captured and shared in a way that will let young and old discover the value of history.
Glimpses of Springville was carefully researched and printed in full color. Learn how Hobble Creek got its name and which buildings have been lost over the years due to fire. Read about bank robberies and the sports season that is still talked about. Every page has something that will keep you entertained.
Available at the Civic Center for $24.95 + Tax.
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Due to the extremely hot temperatures Springville City is asking residents to please conserve water use on lawns. With Saturdays temperatures forecasted for 100+ degrees, the City is asking residents to not water their lawns during the day and to conserve when possible. Thank you for your help. Springville City
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May is National Bike Month. If you’ve been looking for a good reason to park your car and take your bike to work—this is it. So grab your family, friends and neighbors, pedal on over to the Springville Civic Center, and join UTA and Springville City Mayor Wilford Clyde for all the cycling festivities.
Wednesday, May 15, 7:30-9:00 a.m.
Fun Bike Ride with the Mayor. Begins at 8 a.m. sharp. About 3 miles.
Free Food and Bike Swag
Free Bike Tune-ups
Free Bicycle Helmets for first 50 Participants.
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WASHINGTON, D.C., March 25, 2012—Springville City Power & Light is one of 184 of the nation’s more than 2,000 public power utilities to earn Reliable Public Power Provider (RP3®) recognition. The American Public Power Association recognizes public utilities with this award for providing consumers with the highest degree of reliable and safe electric service. Brent McKinney, manager, electric transmission and distribution at City Utilities of Springfield, Mo., and chair of APPA’s RP3 Review Panel, presented 90 new designees on March 25 during the association’s annual Engineering & Operations Technical Conference held in Kissimmee, Fla.
The RP3 designation recognizes public power utilities that demonstrate proficiency in four key disciplines: reliability, safety, workforce development and system improvement. Criteria within each category are based on sound business practices and represent a utility-wide commitment to safe and reliable delivery of electricity.
“RP3 utilities are shining examples of reliable and forward-thinking public power utilities,” said McKinney, “These 90 designees should be extremely proud of this accomplishment and what it means for their communities.”
“Receiving the RP3 designation means a lot to us,” said Leon Frederickson, Director of Springville City Power & Light. “It’s an honor to be recognized on a national level for the work we are doing here locally in Springville.”
This is the eighth year that RP3 recognition has been offered. APPA is the national organization representing more than 2,000 not-for-profit, community- and state- owned electric utilities. It is located in Washington, D.C.
 RP3®is a registered service mark of APPA.
You are invited to join thousands of people who will Drop, Cover and Hold On at 10:15 a.m. on April 17th* in the 2013 Great Utah ShakeOut!
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