Message from Mayor Rick Child
On behalf of the City Council and staff of Springville City, we thank you for being patient and understanding of the precautions we are taking in regard to COVID-19. The events and actions being taken are unike anything we have seen since the flu epidemic of 1918. Then - like now - there was initially no known cure. People were asked to wear gauze masks, stores were not permitted to have discount sales, and funerals were limited to 15 minutes.
In the present, the City has closed facilities in response to recommendations from the federal and state governments. We have been told that if we follow guidelines, we will get through this. Our goal is to keep residents, visitors, and City staff as safe as possible. Our emergency services are strong and ready to respond when needed. We have fresh, clean water. Our power services are second to none. Our staff is ready to keep these vital services up and running.
If you have a true emergency, call 9-1-1. If you are sick, keep your distance from others and see a physician. As much as possible, stay home and protect yourself, your family, and your neighbors. Have patience. Follow recommendations and count your blessings.
Planning Commission Public Hearing Notice
7-14-20 - July 14 2020-PHN – SIGN Notice is hereby given that the Springville Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, July 14, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers, located at 110 ... more
Public Notice - Unclaimed Property
6-19-20 - SPRINGVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT The Springville City Police Department is currently in possession of unclaimed property held in excess of 90 days, for which ownership is undetermined or we have not been... more
6-19-20 - PUBLIC NOTICE: Springville, Utah fireworks laws have changed this year, allowing the purchase of legal fireworks from June 24 – July 25, 2020. Fireworks can only be discharged two days prior and one... more
Those on recycling Schedule B will have their recycling picked up this week.
We are excited to resume our weekly Sunset Farmers Market on Monday evenings July through October from 5 to 9 pm (July – Sept) and 5 to 8 pm during October at the Springville Civic Center. All local produce growers are welcome!
Regular meetings of the City Council are held commencing at 7:00 pm on the first and third Tuesday of each month. Work meetings begin at 5:30 pm and are held on the first and third Tuesday of each month. The second Tuesday is scheduled as the Directors’ Meeting and begins at 5:30 pm. Call the City Offices at 801-489-2700 for more information.
Those on recycling Schedule A will have their recycling picked up this week.