Pavilions and campground are closed for winter. Reservations for 2015 will begin at 8 a.m. on January 2nd for Springville residents. Everyone else may make reservations beginning January 5th.
Springville and Mapleton church groups will make their reservations by appointment on January 20th – 21st. Call at the end of December for your appointment time (801) 489-2770.
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ALERT!! Jolley’s Ranch has a boil order for water use. If you use any water at Jolley’s Ranch for drinking and/or cooking, please boil it!
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Springville City and Evergreen Cemeteries will be cleaned up on Monday, June 2. All decorations will be collected and disposed of by cemetery personnel. If you wish to retain any decorations you have left on a grave, please get them before June 2.
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Memorial Day services will be conducted by the American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars at 10 a.m. on Monday, May 26th at the Evergreen Cemetery.
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Springville Canyon Parks now open! Pavilions, campsites and picnicking all available for your enjoyment. For more information about our canyon parks, please visit the link below:
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Winter recreation at Jolley’s Ranch is closed because of rain and slushy conditions.
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It’s snowing!!! The tubing hill at Jolley’s Ranch will be opening again on Friday, January 31st. Come enjoy it while it lasts!
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Due to lack of snow, winter recreation is not yet opened. Winter recreation will open when we have enough snow to safely operate the program. For questions please call 801-489-2770.
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The flags along Main Street will be flown in honor of Lt. Vernal J. Bird from Wednesday through Saturday of this week. Lt. bird was a 2nd Lieutenant in United States Air Force and was from Springville. He lost his life during World War II. Lt. Bird was the pilot of his plane and was on a bombing mission on March 12, 1944. His mission and the mission of the squadron was to bomb the Japanese Air Force base at Borham, New Guinea that day. He and the only other occupant of the aircraft (a Gunner) were never heard from again. In 2001 during the excavation of another downed U.S aircraft the plane of Lt. Bird was accidently found and the recovery process began. Through DNA processing Lt. Birds remains have been positively identified.
Lt. Birds remains will be returned to Utah on Wednesday, September 25th will full Military honors. There will be a motorcycle escort from the SLC International Airport to the mortuary in Springville. The arrival in Springville is expected at approximately 4:00 p.m. The procession will exit at the Springville North I-15 off-ramp, travel on main street to 200 South.
The memorial service will be held on Saturday, September 28th at the LDS Church east of the Springville High School (approximately 950 South 1700 East) at 11:00 am-11:45 am. The procession will then travel west on 800 South to 400 East. It will travel south on 400 east to the Evergreen Cemetery with the Springville Police escort. The plan is to be at the cemetery by 12:20. Full Air Force Military rites will be presented.
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Civic Center water park grand opening will be May 4, 2013.
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