The Budget for the 2019 – 2020 fiscal year and the Enterprise Fund Transfer Disclosure is available on the Budget page of our website.
The Rotary Club’s annual Easter Egg Hunt will be held April 20, 2019 at the high school football field. The hunt starts right at 10:00 am, so don’t be late! Children 12 and younger are invited to participate.
The Springville City Spring Clean-Up event was created to promote community beautification through volunteers working together. The 2019 Spring Clean-Up will be held April 26th – 27th and May 3rd – 4th.
The Public Works department in cooperation with SUVSWD will provide dumpsters throughout the City during the Spring Clean Up dates at the following parks:
Art Wing Park: 155 North 950 West
Big Hollow Park: 350 East 2200 South
Child Park: 200 South 1300 East
Hobble Creek Park: 2200 East 1250 South
Kelvin Grove Park: 1400 West 1600 South
Memorial Park: 500 East 200 South
Spring Creek Park: 475 East 600 North
Residents are encouraged to clean their yards, sweep gutters and sidewalks and do their best to improve yards and neighborhoods. Owners of vacant lots are encouraged to clear their lots of garbage, tall weeds and other debris.
Unwanted items can be taken to the South Utah Valley Solid Waste District (SUVSWD). All loads must be covered.
The Compost Facility is also open to accept yard waste, located at 600 West 700 North, on Tuesday through Saturday, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. A dumpster is available for scrap metal.
Our annual Bike with the Mayor event will be held on May 18, 2019 at the Springville Civic Center. Festivities start at 9:30 am (including donuts, giveaways, and free bike registration) and the ride starts at 10:00 am. Hotdogs will be served afterwards and the Splash Pad will be opened for the season.
The Splash Pad will open on May 18, 2019 after the Bike with the Mayor event.
Splash Pad Info
A class for those living with chronic pain will be held every Thursday from February 21, 2019 to March 28, 2019. The class will run from 9:30 am to 12:00 pm at the Springville Senior Center located at 65 East 200 South. To register visit livingwell.utah.gov or call 801-851-7095.
Passport services are available weekdays at the Springville Civic Center from 9 am to 4 pm.
For a new passport you’ll need to bring:
• Proof of citizenship (birth certificate, old passport, etc.)
• Photo ID (Driver’s License, Student ID, etc.)
• A check Required
• A passport photo (we offer them for $13)
Save time by filling out the application before coming in. It can be found on travel.state.gov
More details can be found on springville.org/passport
SPRING SOCCER REGISTRATION Deadline is February 22nd. A $10 late fee is added after the deadline. Online Registration will remain open without a late fee on Saturday and Sunday after the deadline. Late fees will begin at Midnight on Monday morning.
Registration is based on child’s current school grade and the minimum age for Cub League.
Team Placements for 5th-6th grade leagues on March 6th at Community Park – 6 pm for Girls and 7 pm for Boys.
Team Placements for 7th-8th-9th grade leagues will be held on March 7th at Community Park – 6 pm for Girls and 7 pm for Boys.
Complete Details on https://www.springville.org/recreation/soccer/
Magic and Machine: Fantasy and Sci-Fi in Utah Art will highlight imagined worlds, characters, and ideas as depicted by over 20 contemporary Utah artists working in fantasy and science fiction. Through the artwork in the exhibition visitors will engage with themes of escapism, light vs. dark, and world building as they encounter the magical and mechanical in Utah art.
Join us for the opening reception on January 9th from 6-8:00pm, or bring your kids to the family event on March 27th from 5-7:00pm. Costumes and cosplay are encouraged!*
Featured Artists: Edward Bateman, James Christensen, Kari Christensen, Christian Degn Petersen, Jessica Douglas, Grant Fuhst, David Habben, Curtis Hendrickson, Kimberli Johnson, Bryan Larsen, Howard Lyon, Vincent Mattina, Christopher McAfee, Adam Munoa, Greg Newbold, Todd Powelson, James Rhodimer, Geoff Shupe, Amanda Smith, Casey Jex Smith, Isaac Stewart, Bryan Taylor, Will Terry, Christopher Thornock, Kaitlund Zupanic.
*Patrons may be asked to remove masks or other costume accessories at staff discretion.
UPDATE 1/11/19 1:00 PM
ROAD CLOSURE INFORMATION:
Provo Officer Joseph Shinners, who died in the line of duty and is a Springville resident will have a funeral procession from UVU to Springville City this Saturday from 2 pm until about 4 pm. As a result, Springville City will be closing 400 South from I-15 to Main Street and Main Street south to Evergreen Cemetery for the funeral procession. NO traffic will be allowed on or across these streets during the procession.
Springville residents wanting to pay respects to the Shinners family and Provo Police Department may park on 400 South during the procession, but you will not be able to leave until the procession has passed. We expect the procession, consisting of about 1,000 police vehicles to arrive in Springville at 2 pm. The procession should last about 1 1/2 hours. We suggest being parked along 400 South by 1:45 pm.
Normal traffic will resume as soon as the procession has concluded. Highway 89, between Mapleton’s 800 South and 1600 South will be closed during the procession and graveside services.
SPRINGVILLE PROCESSION ROUTE:
The process will be arriving on I-15 from Provo and exit 400 South eastbound. They will then travel east to Main Street, turning right onto southbound Main Street. The procession will then proceed onto US 89 towards Mapleton.
UPDATE 1/11/19 10:00 AM
Provo Police Officer and Springville resident Joseph Shinners’ funeral will be tomorrow, January 12th. The procession from the funeral at UVU to Springville’s Evergreen Cemetery will happen directly after the funeral. The procession will exit I-15 onto 400 South and travel east to Main Street. It will then turn south onto Main Street and follow US 89 to Evergreen Cemetery.
We encourage all residents to participate in an honor guard by standing along the route with flags or hands over your heart as the procession passes. We expect about 800 police and emergency vehicles to be in the procession.
You may park on 400 South during the procession between 500 South and 1500 South, but you cannot leave until the end of the procession. Please do not block driveways or intersections. 400 South will be closed to all traffic once the procession arrives in Springville, which is estimated to be about 2:00 pm. All Main Street traffic south of 400 South to the Evergreen Cemetery will be closed during the procession also.