Are you looking for a fun way to get involved in the community? Consider becoming a volunteer docent (tour guide) at the Springville Museum of Art! We are currently recruiting for docents and our next round of docent training starts next week. As a docent you will learn how to help visitors create meaning and engage with the artwork at the Museum. No art knowledge or experience is necessary. Only requirements are a willingness to learn and enthusiasm! Docent training will be held Tuesday, January 14th, Tuesday, January 21st, and Tuesday, January 28th from 10am-1pm. Most tours scheduled at the Museum are on weekdays. If you are interested please email Maddison at email@example.com. We’d love to have you!
We’ll be picking up live Christmas trees from January 13th to January 31st. Take the ornaments off and stick them on the curb for our tree elves to pick up. You can also take them to the Yard Waste Facility on those dates from 9 am to 3 pm if you prefer.
Saturday, October 19, 2019
9:00 am to 11:30 am
711 North 950 West
Bring gloves, water and a shovel if you have one. Wear long pants, we’ll be digging out prickly invasive weeds and picking up litter. Trash bags will be provided.
In 2016, the section of Hobble Creek along Springville Community Park was restored to aid recovery of the endangered June Sucker. Streambanks and the stream channel were reconstructed to restore native riverine and riparian habitats, and invasive plant species were removed. The project will not only help the June sucker, but will improve fishing opportunities and provide a beautiful riverine area for Springville residents to enjoy.
Contact: Paula Trater (801) 560-1790
The 2019 City Dashboard is now available. View it to see how we’re doing as a city!
Thursday, September 19, 2019
6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Springville Civic Center
Talk and they will hear you. This event is to have conversations about underage alcohol use, its impact, and prevention opportunities with a focus on aspects of underage drinking. Parents will also be given resources and ideas this evening. For more information, text Holly Christensen at (801) 368-4489 or Shannon Acor at firstname.lastname@example.org
We’re excited to announce our Quarter Carnival Birthday Celebration for Springville’s 169th birthday and the Civic Center’s 10th birthday!
This mini carnival will be held on Friday, September 13th from 4-6pm on the lawn of the Civic Center. Free hot dogs will be provided! Chips, cotton candy, drinks, and small games with prizes will each cost just 1 quarter. Additionally, the Splash Pad will be turned back on for families to enjoy. Children and adults are welcome to join in on the fun!
As part of this celebration, we are doing a small bingo challenge. Pick up a bingo card at the Civic Center any time between now and the Quarter Carnival. Take the card to the departments listed on the card to get it stamped and receive a small prize. Once you’ve filled out the whole thing, turn it in to be entered in a drawing. 5 winners will receive a fun gift basket!
Flag Football deadline is August 31 for the 7-8-9 grade league. Team Placements will be held on Wednesday, September 4. Sign up before the deadline to avoid late fees and waiting lists. All the details are available here.
City offices will be closed Monday, September 2 in observance of Labor Day. Garbage and recycling collection will be delayed one day for the week.
We are excited to resume weekly Springville Farmers Markets on Monday evenings July through October from 5 to 9 pm (July – Sept) and 5 to 8 pm during October. The 2019 location is Springville Civic Center Park, 50 South Main. All local produce growers are welcome! For complete information on how to participate, click here.
August 15-21: Comp Pool Closed to repair tiles that have broken throughout the year. 1-2 days of taking out old tiles and replacing; the remainder of the time for curing. Thanks for your patience.