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Fire station 1 is located just off I-15 next to Dixie State College. It houses a three person fulltime engine co...
...e been preapproved may buy passes available from the Paratransit driver. 10-Trip Pass. No expiration date.      $18.00 Paratransit One-way Trip Fare  $2.00   Servicios Para Personas Con Discapacidades Todos los autobuses tienen acceso para sillas de ruedas. Personas con discapacidades y se físicas o psicológicas puede utilizar las rutas fijas de autobús siempre y cuando pueda subir y bajar del autobus por si solas, Individuos que son elegibles para ADA y que no puedan subir o bajar en las paradas de autobus puede aplicar para el servicio paratransit en nuestro servicio pre aprobado de punto de partida y destino. Este servicio especial cuesta $2.00 por persona por viaje. Este servicio será provisto en lugares de distancia de ¾ de milla de rutas fijas. Para información sobre los certificados ADA, llame 435-673-TRAN.   Paratransit Pases De Autobús Los que tienen discapacidad calificada y han sido aprobados pueden comprar pases del conductor de paratransit. Pase de 10-viajes. No expira                                  $18.00 Paratransit pasaje para un solo viaje     ...
Question: What is the Time Commitment required to be on the council?
Answer: Members must attend 80% of the weekly meetings and the bi-weekly meetings held during the summer before the school year starts. Meetings usually last between 1 to 1 ½ hours. Prior notification should be given to the recorder if a student needs to be absent. Extended absences may be excused under special circumstances. There are other time commitments to fulfill service projects or plan projects. These are scheduled by project supervisors or committee chairs.
The Saint George Youth City Council is a volunteer, service-based organization, run by students from the high schools and middle schools in the community. We spend time every week engaged in service p...
Question: Is there an age requirement to participate in the YCC?
Answer: Yes, Students must be between 14 and 18 years of age
Question: How do I qualify for elite runner status? What does elite runner status include?
Answer: Elite Runner Status includes one free race entry into a St. George Races Event.  To qualify to be an elite runner status, you must meet the applicable qualifying time from within the last year:  MEN: for half marathon: 1:13:00 / for 10k: 34:30 / for 5k: 16:30 WOMEN: for half marathon: 1:25:00 / for 10k: 40:00 / for 5k: 19:20  To apply for Elite Status and receive a free entry into an SGR Race, please: Submit your request to races@sgcity.org Attach a copy of your complete Running Resume for the past three years, minimum, to current date. Your running resume should include the name of the race, the location of the race, date of race, official finish time, link to confirm official finish time, and your overall finish place. Be sure to include athlete's name, email address, mailing address, phone number, sex, age, date of birth. 
Question: What should I expect at a tournament? How does a tournament day typically go?
Answer: Check-in and registration for each tournament can vary, but typically starts around 8 am. Once everyone has checked-in, the Pools for each division are set up. Our goal is to get the first pools started by 9 am, but may be later for larger tournaments. In pool play, you will play each of the other teams in your pool one or two sets, depending on the number of teams in the pool. Each team will have Refereeing assignments in addition to the matches they are playing. After pool play, the top teams (number designated before play starts and noted on your pool sheet) will advance to a single-elimination bracket. They play through to decide 1st through 3rd place, who then take down and put away the nets and are awarded prizes.
... to help run a great program. Register in the age division as of September 1, 2017. Teams will be made and rosters/schedules will be emailed out by end of business day April 13th, 2018.  Ages: TBall Coed Age 5, Boys Baseball Ages 6-8,  Girls Softball Ages 6-14
...ment with Grass and Sand divisions. For all ages – Juniors Ages 8 to 15 and above. The top three winners of each division bracket receive an award. Pre-registration is required for St. George Tournaments – NO DAY OF REGISTRATION. Check in at 7:30 am to 9:00 am - Pool Play/Tournament Play 9 am to 10 pm
Question: Are there prizes?
Answer: Generally 1st, 2nd, and 3rd in each division are awarded prizes. The prizes are determined by the Tournament Director. UOVA recommends prize values of at least $25/player for 1st, $20/player for 2nd, and $15/player for 3rd. These are just recommendations and the actual prizes awarded are up to the tournament director.
... Special Events! St. George Races hosts a variety of Half Marathons, 10K, 5K, Kids Runs, Triathlons, Bike Events, Ultra Relay, Team Relays and o...
... REGION(S)  CHAMPION RECORD STATE A 1 Central Arizona 50-9  AZ  B 2, 23 Northeastern Oklahoma A&M 42-8  OK  C 5W Howard College 46-12  TX  D 5N North Central Texas 41-24  TX  E 6, 9 Bulter Community College 53-1   KS F 7 Chattanooga State Community College 44-11 TN  G 8 Florida Southwestern State College 60-5  FL  H 8 Chipola College 57-6 FL I 10, 15, 20, *22 Snead State 30-39   AL J 11, 16 Indian Hills 29-14  IA  K 14 San Jacinto - South College  40-19 TX  L 14 Tyler Junior College 50-17   TX M 17 Georgia Military College 46-15  GA  N 18 Salt Lake Community College 47-6   UT O 22 Wallace State Community College - Hanceville 38-16  AL P 24 Lake Land College 54-12  IL  
Question: Why can't I opt-out of BluCan?
Answer: The opt-out period per city ordinance began September 1, 2015 and ended October 31, 2015. Anyone who did not opt-out during this timeframe is automatically enrolled in BluCan.
Question: If I have opted out of BluCan, and I move to another location in St. George, can I remain opted out?
Answer: Yes. Residents who formally opted out of BluCan during the September 1, 2015 to October 31, 2015 opt out period, and subsequently move to another residence in St. George, will remain opted out at their new location provided they do not move outside of St. George in the interim.
Question: Are there going to be awards and medals?
Answer: Each finisher will receive an SGR ShamROCK 10K medal.  Awards will be given out to 5  year age categories, three deep, for men and women. 
Question: I am a Landlord with a Landlord Roll Over Agreement, and I have opted out. Will the opt-out continue for me now that the opt-out period has ended?
Answer: Like any residential customer, you can be opted out if the utility account is in your name. If at any time after November 1, 2015 the account name changes, the new occupant will be automatically enrolled in the program. If/when the property rolls back into your (Landlord) name after November 1st, you will also be automatically enrolled in curbside recycling.
  Whereas the youth (High School Grades: Sophomores to Seniors) of  the City of St. George, Utah ("the City") constitute an underutilized resource of ideas, knowledge and experience with re...
...dinating and booking their own transportation. St. George, Utah is located 119 miles northeast of Las Vegas. Dependent upon the selected airport for arrival, corresponding ground transportation will be required.  Airports St. George Municipal Airport - SGU4550 S. Airport ParkwaySt. George, UT 84790(435) 634-5822www.flysgu.com OR McCarran International Airport - LAS5757 Wayne Newton BoulevardLas Vegas, NV 89119(702) 261-5211 Ground Transportation St. George Shuttle(435) 628-8320 OR (800) 933-8320www.stgeorgeshuttle.comReservations required to guarantee seatSt. George Express(435) 652-1100www.stgeorgeexpress.comReservations required to guarantee seat
...dinating and booking their own transportation. St. George, Utah is located 119 miles northeast of Las Vegas. Dependent upon the selected airport for arrival, corresponding ground transportation will be required.  Airports St. George Municipal Airport - SGU4550 S. Airport ParkwaySt. George, UT 84790(435) 634-5822www.flysgu.com OR McCarran International Airport - LAS5757 Wayne Newton BoulevardLas Vegas, NV 89119(702) 261-5211 Ground Transportation St. George Shuttle(435) 628-8320 OR (800) 933-8320www.stgeorgeshuttle.comReservations required to guarantee seatSt. George Express(435) 652-1100www.stgeorgeexpress.comReservations required to guarantee seat
Question: What will happen to the curbside recycling service I am currently using?
Answer: If you are currently using curbside recycling services through Republic Waste you should plan to keep your blue recycling can as it will be used in the new BluCan program. Your billing will automatically switch over to BluCan and appear on your city utility bill sometime after February 1, 2016.
Join St. George Races on St. Patrick's Day 2018 for the ShamROCK Your Socks Off 10k! This can't miss, scenic 10k will take runners through Snow Canyon State Park, continuing throughout...
Question: Can I participate in BluCan if I live in an apartment or condominium?
Answer: BluCan Curbside Recycling is only available to residents who already have curbside trash removal services. If you have additional questions, please contact the Washington County Solid Waste District at 435-673-2813.
Question: Is the course walker friendly?
Answer: Yes, to a certain point. The course will close at 3 hours and 30 minutes, which is a 16:00 minute per mile pace.
Question: Can I sign up for multiple sessions?
Answer: Yes! We also encourage you to register early to guarantee yourself a spot.
The St. George Fire Department owns eleven fire engines: a Type 1 engine for each station, with three pumpers in reserve.  Each engine holds 750 gallons of water, and has between a 1,500-2,000 gpm pump.  Engines also carry rescue tools, and have on-bo...
Question: Do I need to bring anything?
Answer: No.  All necessary equipment is provided.
Question: Is there an extra material fee?
Answer: No. The registration fee covers the cost of materials.
Question: Who is the instructor and what is she like?
Answer: Our instructor Jennifer Vigil is extremely skilled in her field. She has been creating beautiful pottery for over thirty years and teaching the art of pottery for twenty. She has a bachelors degree in Ceramics from Dixie State University. Jenn has experience working with students of all ages and will work with you one-on-one to improve your skills and understanding of the subject. 
Question: What will the monthly fee for BluCan be in St. George?
Answer: The fee for St. George residents will be $3.12 per month. If you are not a St. George resident, please contact the City in which you live as each City's program is different.
Question: Can I drive to the start line?
Answer: No, runners must take the buses to the start line at Snow Canyon State Park. The first bus will leave at 8:15. 
Question: Why do some classes require Parent Participation?
Answer: These classes are specially designed for parents to work alongside their children.
  101 ON PROP 1   For those less familiar, Prop 1 is a quarter-cent sales tax, that's one penny for every four dollars spent. Prop 1 will NOT apply to medical bills, utilities, mortgages, loan payments, fuel, prescription drugs, or food. Revenue collected from the tax would be used exclusively to fund and maintain much-needed transportation projects in the local area. The funds would be spent investing in roads, trails, bike paths and sidewalks and filling gaps in Suntran service.   If we don't maintain our streets and sidewalks, or invest in good transportation services, it will be more costly to repair and rebuild in the future. While the local option would cost the average person less than $50 a year, our current road disrepair costs drivers upwards of $424 annually in extra vehicle repairs and operating costs. For every dollar we invest now in infrastructure, we save $6 in repairs and up to $25 in reconstruction work.   FACTS & FIGURES  Washington County population in 2013 was 147,800 up 2.2%  Driving on roads in need of repair costs Utah motori...
...astic, metal and cardboard. In St. George, BluCan is affordable at just $3.12 per month, slightly more than the cost of a gallon of gas. It will hold up to 94 gallons of recycled materials and is picked up curbside every other week. If you currently have curbside trash collection at your residence you are already enrolled in the program and your BluCan will be delivered around the beginning of 2016. Once service begins, BluCan will be billed through your monthly city ut...
...mmunity input session will be held at the Dixie Center on Tuesday, January 10th, 2017, 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Park Planning staff from the Leisure Services Department will be on hand to lead the discussion and take your input. If you can’t attend the input session, or would just like to add additional comments after attending, please click the "BIKE PARK SURVEY" link below and share your thoughts. This link will stay open until January 31, 2017.
... or Tuesdays. No prerequisite skills necessary.   Tumbling Level 1 Tumbling Level 1 is a beginning level tumbling class for children ages 5-8 years old. Each child will work to master cartwheels, handstands, round offs and back walkovers. Classes offered on Mondays, Tuesdays or Thursdays. No prerequisite skills necessary.   Tumbling Level 2 Tumbling Level 2 is an intermediate level tumbling class for athletes ages 9 and up; however children ages 5-8 years old who can perform the prerequisite skills are also welcome. Classes offered on Tuesdays or Thursdays. Prerequisite skills: Handstands, cartwheels and round-off handsprings, as well as multiple standing and running back handsprings.   Tumbling Level 3 Tumbling Level 3 is an advanced level tumbling class for athletes ages 9 and up; however children ages 5-8 years old who can perform the prerequisite skills are also welcome. Class offered on Thursdays. Prerequisite skills: Round off back handspring and a standing back handspring performed by themselves.    Boys Tumbling Level 2 An all boys class focusing on intermediate skills in tumbling including walk overs, round offs, cartwheels and handsprings for ages 7-12. Class offered on Mondays. Prerequisite Skills: Must have mastered han...
A 1.1 acre neighborhood park has a lighted sand volleyball court and half baske...
Question: What are the 4 hour reservation time blocks?
Answer: 7:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.;  12:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.;  and 5:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.
Question: What type of event is considered to be a “Special Event”?
Answer: A special event is typically a one-time event such as a sports tournament, concert, walk or run in a park/trail. A park reservation AND a Special Event Permit are required to hold this type of event in a park or on a trail. To have a special event you must first make the park or trail reservation and then contact Karen Roundy at (435) 627-4712 to obtain the Special Event Permit.
...Center staff for the annual Arbor Day Celebration on Saturday, April 28, 2018 from 9:00-11:00 am at Tonaquint Nature Center. Volunteers are encouraged to partake in...
Question: What are the 4 hour reservation time blocks?
Answer: 7:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.;  12:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.;  and 5:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.
Question: When is Child Care available?
Answer: Mornings- Mon/Wed/Fri (9AM-11:30AM) Tues/Thurs (9AM-10:30AM) Afternoons- Mon-Thurs (5:30PM-730PM) Not available Fridays & Saturdays
...r Child Care is full of fun toys, games, songs and friends and only costs $1.50/child! If you are a pass holder at the St. George Recreation Center then childcare is free for up to TWO children per visit, each additional child is $1.50! You can't beat our fun our safety or our price!    Childcare Hours   Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 9:00am - 11:30am 9:00am - 11:30am 9:00am - 11:30am 9:00am - 11:30am 9:00am - 11:30am No childcare service available 5:30pm - 8:00pm 5:30pm - 8:00pm 5:30pm - 8:00pm 5:30pm - 8:00pm         Child Care Costs All 3 month and annual pass holders receive childcare for up to TWO children for FREE. After the 2nd child the cost is $1.50 per child. All patrons who purchase a Day Pass MUST pay $1.50 per child for child care.  Only children of parents using the Recreation Center can be dropped off for child care. You CANNOT leave the premises while your child is in child care.    Childcare Policies and Procedures   Dear Parents,  The Rec. Center childcare staff is happy to be able to offer a place where your children can be happy and busy while you are working out in our facility Because we want your children to enjoy their time here and want the program to continue to run smoothly, we would like you to be familiar with our policies and procedures as follows: 1. Registering: Parents must sign children and parent(s) names on the sign-in/sign-out sheet. Please fill the sheet out completely before you leave to work out. Child must be signed out by the parent who signed the child in, unless arranged previously with one of the staff.   2. Time: Childcare is offered Monday, Wednesday and Friday 9am-11:30am; Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 9am-10:30am; Monday-Thursday 5pm-7:30pm.   3. Age Limit: Childcare is offered for children that are 6 months to 7 years of age.   4. Prices: Childcare is free for up to 2 children to anyone who has purchased a 3, 6, or 12 month premium pass and only if that person is in the facility at the same time children are being watched. Otherwise it is a $1.50/hour a child.    5. Food in the Playroom: Please feed your children before coming to the Rec. Center to work out. We try to have water and crackers on hand, but that is it. Babies with bottles are O.K. Please label the bottle with the child's name. NO GUM PLEASE!   6. Toys Brought from Home: We will not be responsible for any toys brought from home. If a child brings a toy PLEASE make sure that it isn't too small or sharp that a child can swallow or hurt themselves or another with it.    7. Children in Diapers or Potty Training: Before you leave your children in the Rec. Center playroom make sure that your children have gone to the bathroom or are wearing clean, dry diapers. If your children need to be changed or needs to use the rest room and still requires assistance one of our staff will come and find you. For health reasons, parents please dispose of diapers in our outside garbage cans. The nearest one is outside the front door. Thank you.    8. Returning Children to Parents: if your child bites or causes injury to another child they will be returned to you. If your children continue these aggressive behaviors they will be suspended from the Rec. Center playroom. If your children cry for more than ten minutes or appear to be ill, our staff will return them to you. Children who misbehave beyond reasonable control will also be returned to you.    9. Parents MUST remain in the facility while their children are being left in the Rec. Center playroom.    10. Each child must have a kid's card from the front desk. Children will not be permitted without a Kid's Club Card!   11. No sick children   12. No children allowed in the aerobics classes unless they are paid partic...
...ivision of Wildlife Resources and the Southern Utah Anglers.  Anglers 12 years of age and older are required to have a Utah State fishing license.  Anglers over 14 are encourage to use artificial flies or lures.  Daily catch limit ...
Join St. George Races on February 3, 2018, for Bikestock! A day of bike riding fun! Bikestock will consist of two fun events, both starting and ending in the Red Cliffs Mall! All children and adults participating must wear a bike helmet for safety reasons. Along with bike riding, there will be games and music! The first event is the Family Fun Bike Ride (8:30 am) where families and individuals are invited to join SGR on a morning bike ride. Participants will choose between two distances (2.8 and 5.5 miles) on the beautiful paved trail system. Bike Safety inspections will be available as well as a safety course for younger children. The first 150 preregistered children will receive a free T-Shirt and bicycle helmet. This is a free event. The course will take riders from the Red Cliffs Mall parking lot, down city streets where you will connect to the city trail system.  The second event is the Move It! Kids Criterium (10 am) where children 12 and under can compete in races against kids their own age. Races were will be grouped by age and bike type (bicycles/big wheels).  All participants receive finisher awards, T-Shirts, and finish line snacks. This event is $10 (Pre-Registration until Jan. 31, 2018) and $20 (Late Registration from Feb. 1 to Feb. 3, 2018, which does not guarantee a shirt). Day of Race registration will be available.   Categories for the Move It! Kids Criterium will be:     -Big Wheels     -Bikes 3 and under 4-5 6-7 8-9 10-12 To ensure participant safety, portions of the Red Cliffs Mall parking...
...bsp; Hours of Operation Regular Season Monday-Friday:  1:00 pm – 8:00 pm Saturday:  11:00 am – 8:00 pm Sunday:  Closed Holidays:  11:00 am – 8:00 pm Lap Swim Monday-Friday: 7:00-9:00am Satu...
Question: What hours are the City parks open?
Answer: Parks are open sunrise to 10:00 p.m., except in those areas posted with alternative hours or if extended hours were approved for a city approved event.
Question: What is the cost of Child Care?
Answer: The cost is $1.50 per child. Child Care is free with memberships.
Question: What type of event is considered to be a “Special Event”?
Answer: A special event is typically a one-time event such as a sports tournament, concert, walk or run in a park/trail. A park reservation AND a Special Event Permit are required to hold this type of event in a park or on a trail. To have a special event you must first make the park or trail reservation and then contact Karen Roundy at (435) 627-4712 to obtain the Special Event Permit.
Question: What type of event is considered to be a “Special Event”?
Answer: A special event is typically a one-time event such as a sports tournament, concert, walk or run in a park/trail. A park reservation AND a Special Event Permit are required to hold this type of event in a park or on a trail. To have a special event you must first make the park or trail reservation and then contact Karen Roundy at (435) 627-4712 to obtain the Special Event Permit.
Question: What hours are the City parks open?
Answer: Parks are open sunrise to 10:00 p.m., except in those areas posted with alternative hours or if extended hours were approved for a city approved event.
Question: What are the 4 hour reservation time blocks?
Answer: 7:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.;  12:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.;  and 5:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.
Question: What hours are the City parks open?
Answer: Parks are open sunrise to 10:00 p.m., except in those areas posted with alternative hours or if extended hours were approved for a city approved event.
...ct the Parks Division at parks@sgcity.org. Parks are open from sunrise to 10pm. Refer to Park Ordinance 2016-05-014. All fees will be collected at the time of the reservation. No refunds less than 7 days in advance. Reservations will not be made less than 7 days in advance. Reservations will not be made more than one calendar year away.    PRICING INFORMATION Reservation Fees are assessed in 4 hour time blocks (7a-11a, 12p-4p, 5p-9p) and are based on the size and type of event.  Please contact our office to confirm availability and exact fee. Standard Fees: $50 per block – for 1-100 people $100 per block – for 101-200 people $400 per day – over 200 people (must also obtain a Spec...
Question: What type of event is considered to be a “Special Event”?
Answer: A special event is typically a one-time event such as a sports tournament, concert, walk or run in a park/trail. A park reservation AND a Special Event Permit are required to hold this type of event in a park or on a trail. To have a special event you must first make the park or trail reservation and then contact Karen Roundy at (435) 627-4712 to obtain the Special Event Permit.
Question: What type of event is considered to be a “Special Event”?
Answer: A special event is typically a one-time event such as a sports tournament, concert, walk or run in a park/trail. A park reservation AND a Special Event Permit are required to hold this type of event in a park or on a trail. To have a special event you must first make the park or trail reservation and then contact Karen Roundy at (435) 627-4712 to obtain the Special Event Permit.
Question: What kinds of technologies does this Division use, manage, and support.
Answer: Here is a partial list, without mentioning specific vendors or suppliers:Data Backup and RecoveryServersWorkstationsLaptopsMobile DevicesMobile Device ManagementBYOD ManagementTabletsEmailSpam ProtectionMalware Detection and RemovalOffice SuitesDatabasesPhone linesVoIP (Voice over IP)FoIP (Fax over IP)VoicemailInstant MessagingNext-Gen FirewallsFiber networking equipment and connection (from100MB to 10GB)Wireless Point-to-Point Technology100MB to 1GB EthernetWiFiVPNTCP/IP Services throughout the OSI model(including DHCP, DNS, FTP, TCP/UDP, Telnet, ICMP, NTP, ARP, etc.)IPv4 and IPv6File StorageContent ManagementDigital SecurityPhysical SecuritySecurity Camera ManagementNetwork MonitoringCloud ServicesEnd-User SupportServer VirtualizationApp VirtualizationSANNASRedundant PowerData DeDupeLDAPRemote Desktop ProtocolDatacenter ManagementCoolingEncryptionData Loss Prevention (DLP)Identity Management and Rights ManagementTwo-Factor AuthenticationRegulatory Compliance CertificationExternal and Internal Penetration Testing andResolutionComputer and Data AnalysisSoftware PatchingHardware Firmware UpdatesSoftware Licensing and AuditingHardware and Software InventoryComputer Aided Design (CAD)Geographic Information Systems (GIS)Asset ManagementVideo ConferencingProject ManagementActive Network and System MonitoringApplication and Web Development SoftwareComputer Based Training
...; All applicants must be a resident of the City of St. George and between 14 and 18 years old Time commitment: The Saint George Youth Council meets weekly on Wednesdays at 4:00  In addition, your help will be necessary for various service projects, council meetings, and activities. You will serve for one year. How will you  assure you can meet this commitment?  All Applications need to be accompanied by two (2) letters of recommendation, (at least One (1) from your School) which address your  personality, work ethics, and abilities.  Applications must be turned in by Friday March 17, 2017.  PLEASE PRINT LEGIBLY. You may fill out this  YCC APPLICATION...
Question: Who is eligible to attend?
Answer: Children being registered for Safety Town must be attending kindergarten or first grade in the Fall of 2017.
...ress any questions to the DBE Liaison Officer, Fred Davies, 435-627-4010   You may review our DBE plan below.
Question: What hours are the City parks open?
Answer: Parks are open sunrise to 10:00 p.m., except in those areas posted with alternative hours or if extended hours were approved for a city approved event.
Question: What type of event is considered to be a “Special Event”?
Answer: A special event is typically a one-time event such as a sports tournament, concert, walk or run in a park/trail. A park reservation AND a Special Event Permit are required to hold this type of event in a park or on a trail. To have a special event you must first make the park or trail reservation and then contact Karen Roundy at (435) 627-4712 to obtain the Special Event Permit.
...gy Services by the Numbers 7 Full-Time Employees 68 WiFi locations 12 Physical Servers 45 Virtual Servers 635 Desktop/Mobile Units 
Question: How do I know if my child is ready to attend Safety Town?
Answer: Children should be able to sit still and quietly for up to 15 minutes while the community workers do their presentations and/or hands-on activity.
The 11 acre park is named in honor of the Mathis Family who donated farm land to the City of St. George. Although the fishing pond and park property were lost in the 2005 flood the park was re-built in 2008 with a number of added features and upgrades. The park amenities include a covered pavilion with picnic tables and barbecues, restroom facilities, loop walking trail, three separate grass areas, and a shaded children's playground. Future improvements include another covered pavilion, additional playground equipment, and a splash pad. 120 trees from our tree farm have recently been planted in the grass areas ...
Question: What are the 4 hour reservation time blocks?
Answer: 7:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.;  12:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.;  and 5:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.
Question: What are the 4 hour reservation time blocks?
Answer: 7:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.;  12:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.;  and 5:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.
...ost of his life. He was always interested in tennis and started playing at 14. His favorite thing about tennis is how challenging it is mentally, physically, and emotionally. Tennis changed his life for the better as it is a place for him to escape while doing something he loves. He loves coaching because he likes working with the fun and crazy kids, even though they can be a handful and test his patience. Taking 1st place at the High School State tournament has been one of his greatest ...
...p;See the website for full details. Visit Soon! Hours:  Mon - Sat: 10 am to 5 pm Thursdays 10 am to 8 pm  
Question: What are the 4 hour reservation time blocks?
Answer: 7:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.;  12:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.;  and 5:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.
2018 Fall Brawl Dates Tuesday, October 9th thru Saturday, October 13th Schedule of Events: Tuesday, October 9th / Women's Doubles 50+ & 65+, Mens Singles Open, 50+, 65+ Wednesday, October 10th / Men's Doubles 50+ & 65+, Womens Singles Open, 50+, 65+ Thursday, October 11th / Mixed Doubles 50+ & 65+ Friday, October 12th / Men's & Womens Doubles Open & 35+       Registration Begins Thursday, March 1st      
Question: What hours are the City parks open?
Answer: Parks are open sunrise to 10:00 p.m., except in those areas posted with alternative hours or if extended hours were approved for a city approved event.
Question: What are the 4 hour reservation time blocks?
Answer: 7:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.;  12:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.;  and 5:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.
Question: What type of event is considered to be a “Special Event”?
Answer: A special event is typically a one-time event such as a sports tournament, concert, walk or run in a park/trail. A park reservation AND a Special Event Permit are required to hold this type of event in a park or on a trail. To have a special event you must first make the park or trail reservation and then contact Karen Roundy at (435) 627-4712 to obtain the Special Event Permit.
Question: What hours are the City parks open?
Answer: Parks are open sunrise to 10:00 p.m., except in those areas posted with alternative hours or if extended hours were approved for a city approved event.
Question: What hours are the City parks open?
Answer: Parks are open sunrise to 10:00 p.m., except in those areas posted with alternative hours or if extended hours were approved for a city approved event.
Question: What hours are the City parks open?
Answer: Parks are open sunrise to 10:00 p.m., except in those areas posted with alternative hours or if extended hours were approved for a city approved event.
Question: When is Table Tennis Club held?
Answer: Every Saturday from 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM. 
...tours are given at the three locations listed below:   Fire Station 1 - 51 South 1000 East Fire Station 1 is the headquarters for the department.  It has the training tower and Safety House used for tours and fire department training.  The Safety House was built and donated by the Southern Utah Builders Association.   Fire Station 7 – 1912 West 1800 North Fire Station 7 is in the general location of Snow Canyon Parkway and Dixie Downs Drive, across the street from Firehouse Park.  This location is suitable for larger groups that may need to be rotated through in stages.    Fire Station 8 – 1096 West Bluegrass Way Fire Station 8 is located near Sun River.  It...
Question: What hours are the City parks open?
Answer: Parks are open sunrise to 10:00 p.m., except in those areas posted with alternative hours or if extended hours were approved for a city approved event.
...Club will be partnering together to host this Kids Fun Run for kids ages 3-13. This un-timed Fun Run will have two distances: 1 mile and 800 meters. All kids participating in the Fun Run will finish th...
Question: What should my child bring to camp?
Answer: Swim suit, towel, lunch, sunscreen, water bottle.
Question: What should my child bring to camp?
Answer: Swim suit, towel, lunch, sunscreen, water bottle.
Question: Who is eligible to attend?
Answer: Scouts must be 11-18 years old.
Question: What are the 4 hour reservation time blocks?
Answer: 7:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.;  12:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.;  and 5:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.
Question: What are the 4 hour reservation time blocks?
Answer: 7:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.;  12:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.;  and 5:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.
Question: What type of event is considered to be a “Special Event”?
Answer: A special event is typically a one-time event such as a sports tournament, concert, walk or run in a park/trail. A park reservation AND a Special Event Permit are required to hold this type of event in a park or on a trail. To have a special event you must first make the park or trail reservation and then contact Karen Roundy at (435) 627-4712 to obtain the Special Event Permit.
Question: What hours are the City parks open?
Answer: Parks are open sunrise to 10:00 p.m., except in those areas posted with alternative hours or if extended hours were approved for a city approved event.
Question: What are the 4 hour reservation time blocks?
Answer: 7:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.;  12:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.;  and 5:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.
Question: What are the 4 hour reservation time blocks?
Answer: 7:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.;  12:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.;  and 5:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.
Question: What are the 4 hour reservation time blocks?
Answer: 7:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.;  12:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.;  and 5:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.
Question: What type of event is considered to be a “Special Event”?
Answer: A special event is typically a one-time event such as a sports tournament, concert, walk or run in a park/trail. A park reservation AND a Special Event Permit are required to hold this type of event in a park or on a trail. To have a special event you must first make the park or trail reservation and then contact Karen Roundy at (435) 627-4712 to obtain the Special Event Permit.
Question: What type of event is considered to be a “Special Event”?
Answer: A special event is typically a one-time event such as a sports tournament, concert, walk or run in a park/trail. A park reservation AND a Special Event Permit are required to hold this type of event in a park or on a trail. To have a special event you must first make the park or trail reservation and then contact Karen Roundy at (435) 627-4712 to obtain the Special Event Permit.
Question: What type of event is considered to be a “Special Event”?
Answer: A special event is typically a one-time event such as a sports tournament, concert, walk or run in a park/trail. A park reservation AND a Special Event Permit are required to hold this type of event in a park or on a trail. To have a special event you must first make the park or trail reservation and then contact Karen Roundy at (435) 627-4712 to obtain the Special Event Permit.
Question: What hours are the City parks open?
Answer: Parks are open sunrise to 10:00 p.m., except in those areas posted with alternative hours or if extended hours were approved for a city approved event.
Question: What hours are the City parks open?
Answer: Parks are open sunrise to 10:00 p.m., except in those areas posted with alternative hours or if extended hours were approved for a city approved event.
Question: What type of event is considered to be a “Special Event”?
Answer: A special event is typically a one-time event such as a sports tournament, concert, walk or run in a park/trail. A park reservation AND a Special Event Permit are required to hold this type of event in a park or on a trail. To have a special event you must first make the park or trail reservation and then contact Karen Roundy at (435) 627-4712 to obtain the Special Event Permit.
Question: What are the 4 hour reservation time blocks?
Answer: 7:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.;  12:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.;  and 5:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.
Question: What type of event is considered to be a “Special Event”?
Answer: A special event is typically a one-time event such as a sports tournament, concert, walk or run in a park/trail. A park reservation AND a Special Event Permit are required to hold this type of event in a park or on a trail. To have a special event you must first make the park or trail reservation and then contact Karen Roundy at (435) 627-4712 to obtain the Special Event Permit.
Question: What hours are the City parks open?
Answer: Parks are open sunrise to 10:00 p.m., except in those areas posted with alternative hours or if extended hours were approved for a city approved event.
...lease note that there is a daily permit fee of $75 (up to 300 people), to $150 (over 300 people) for all events. • Additional fees may apply for City Services provided to the event by the City of St. George. • All events hosted in a City of St George park should make reservations at 435-627-4531. Reservations must be secured in advance of submitting the application. Useful phone numbers regarding permits that may be necessary for your event:• Food Handlers permit: 435-986-2580• Large Tent approval: 435-627-4150• Park Reservations: 435-627-4530• Proof of Insurance clarification: 435-627-4605• Street Closure permit: 435-627-4006• Temporary sign/banner permit: 435-627-4206• State of Utah temporary sales tax informations: 801-297-6303What is a Special Event?Article A, Section 3-2A-1, 2:Any individual or group putting on performances, exhibitions, concerts or other entertainment activities for which a fee is charged, either to the public or to the hiring entity, including, but not limited to, musical aggregations, circuses, carnivals, rodeos, fight promoters, racing promoters, displays and exhibitions, live shows and entertainers of any kind, shall obtain a license. (2003 Code) • Closing a public street;• Blocking or restriction of public property, limiting the use of parks by the general public, and streets;• Offer of merchandise, food, or beverages on public property or on private property where otherwise prohibited by ordinance;• Erection of a tent on public property, or on private property where otherwise prohibited by ordinance;• Installation of a stage, band shell, trailer, van, portable building, grandstand or bleachers on public property, or on private property where otherwise prohibited by ordinance;• Placement of portable toilets on public property, or on private property where otherwise prohibited by ordinance;• Placement of temporary "no parking" signs in a public right-of-way    What is a Special Event? Article A, Sections 3-2A-1, 2: Definition of "special event" – Any individual or group putting on performances, exhibitions, concerts or other entertainment activities for which a fee is charged, either to the public or to the hiring entity, including, but not limited to, musical aggregations, circuses, carnivals, rodeos, fight promoters, racing promoters, displays and exhibitions, live shows and entertainers of any kind, shall obtain a license. (2003 Code) a. Closing a public street; b. Blocking or restriction of public property, limiting the use of parks by the general public, and streets; c. Offer of merchandise, food, or beverages on public property or on private property where otherwise prohibited by ordinance; d. Erection of a tent on public property, or on private property where otherwise prohibited by ordinance; e. Installation of a stage, band shell, trailer, van, portable building, grandstand or bleachers on public property, or on private property where otherwise prohibited by ordinance; f. Placement of portable toilets on public property, or on private property where otherwise prohibited by ordinance; g. Placement of temporary "no parking" signs in a public right-of-way Special Event Application Process 1. The event applicant must submit a Special Event Application to the Special Event Coordinator (SEC). The Special Event Application can be retrieved from the city’s website, or can be picked up at the city office, 175 East 200 North, St George, UT. 2. Reservation of City parks willl ...
Question: How do I bring a subject, complaint or question before the City Council?
Answer: Citizen’s comments are encouraged.  Any citizen may speak during the ‘Public Comment’ portion of a City Council meeting on the first Thursday of each month.  
Question: How do I obtain a copy of City records?
Answer: Copies of City records can be requested by submitting a GRAMA request here.
Question:  Where do I find the current City code?                   
Answer:  The current City code can be found here.
Join the City of St. George for the 2018 Independence Day Celebration! Stay tuned for more information about the 2018 Independence Day Celebration!  Bring the whole family for thi...
...iver's license or voter registration card. Burial Fees (Updated October 19, 2017)   Service Resident Non Resident Weekday Burial - Adult $400 $550 Weekday Burial - Infant/Cremation $300 $400 Saturday Burial - Adult $550 $750 Saturday Burial - Infant/Cremation $350 $450 Double Depth Burial - 1st Opening Double standard fee Disinterment - Adult $1,190 $1,190 Disinterment - Infant/Cremation $595 $595 Double Depth Disinterment Double standard fee Late Notice / Late Arrival Fee $100 $100   Plot Fees     Service Resident Non Resident Full Plot $450 $650 Perpetual Care $300 $400 Upright Monument Rows   $150 additional $250 additional Half Plot $300 $395 Perpetual Care $100 $150 Upright Monument Rows   $150 additional $250 additional Fees for Tonaquint Cemetery Cremation Garden   Service Resident Non Resident Space for a Granite Tablet $560 $730 Space for a Premium Individual Post Marker $350 $455 Space for a Premium Companion Post Marker $700 $910 Space in a Columbarium $700 $910 Opening & Closing Fees $250 $350 Resident Fees To b...
...dures cover all complaints filed under Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color and national origin. These procedures do not deny the right of the complainant to file formal complaints with other state or federal agencies or to seek private counsel for complaints alleging discrimination. Every effort will be made to obtain early resolution of complaints at the lowest level possible. The option of informal mediation meetings(s) between the affected parties and the City of St. George, SunTran, may be utilized for resolution. Any individual, group of individuals, or entity that believes they have been subjected to discrimination prohibited under Title VI may file a complaint. The following measures will be taken to resolve Title VI complaints: 1. A formal complaint must be filed within 180 days of the alleged occurrence. Complaints shall be in writing and signed by the individual or his/her representative, and will include the complainant's name, address and telephone number; name of the alleged discriminating official, basis of complaint (race, color, national origin), and the date of alleged act(s). A statement detailing the facts and circumstances of the alleged discrimination must accompany all complaints. The preferred method is to file your complaint in writing and sending it to: Sharon Hokanson, Human Resources DirectorCity of St. George, SunTran175 East 200 NorthSt. George, Utah 847702. In the case where a complainant is unable or incapable of providing a written statement, a verbal complaint of discrimination may be made to the City of St. George's Human Resources Director. Under these circumstances the complainant will be interviewed, and the Human Resources Director will assist the complainant in converting the verbal allegations to writing. 3. When a complaint is received, the Human Resources Director will provide written acknowledgment to the complainant within ten (10) days by certified mail. 4. If a complaint is deemed incomplete, additional information will be requested, and the complainant will be provided sixty (60) business days to submit the required information. Failure to do so may be considered good cause for a determination of no investigative merit. 5. Within fifteen (15) business days from receipt of a completed complaint, the City of St. George will determine its jurisdiction in pursuing the matter and whether the complaint has sufficient merit to warrant investigation. Within five (5) days of this decision, the City of St. George's Human Resources Director or his/her authorized designee will notify the complainant by certified mail, informing them of the disposition. a. If the decision is not to investigate the complaint, the notification shall specifically state the reason for this decision. b. If the complaint is to be investigated, the notification shall state the grounds of the City of St. George's jurisdiction, while informing the parties that their full cooperation will be required in gathering additional information and assisting the investigator. 6. When the City of St. George does not have sufficient jurisdiction, the Human Resources Director or his/her authorized designee will refer the complaint to the appropriate state or federal agency holding such jurisdiction. 7. If the complaint has investigative merit, the Human Resources Director or his/her authorized designee will instruct the Transit Manager to fully investigate the complaint. A complete investigation will be conducted, and an investigative report will be submitted to the Human Resources Director within sixty (60) days from receipt of the complaint. The report will include a narrative description of the incident, summaries of all persons interviewed, and a finding with recommendations and conciliatory measures where appropriate. If the investigation is delayed for any reason, the Human Resources Director, in conjunction with the Public Works Services Administrator, will notify the appropriate authorities, and an extension will be requested. 8. The Human Resources Director or his/her authorized designee, in conjunction with the Transit Manager, will issue letters of finding to the complainant within ninety (90) days from receipt of the complaint. 9. If the complainant is dissatisfied with the City of St. George's resolution of the complaint, he/she has the right to file a complaint with the Federal Transit Administration at the following address: Federal Transit Administration - Region 8Attention: Civil Rights Officer12300 West Dakota Avenue - Suite 310Lakewood, Colorado 80228720-963-3300Fax: 720-963-3333FTA complaint procedures can also be found at the FTA website at: www.fta.dot.gov. These procedures are also outlined in FTA Circular 4702.1A, Chapter IX.
Question: Where do I find copies of meeting City Council minutes and agendas?
Answer: Minutes and agendas for City Council meetings can be found on the Utah Public Notice Website here.
The City Recorders office is responsible for maintaining all official City records including but not limited to:  ordinances, resolutions, minutes, cemetery documents, legal documents and histori...
... Derby. The free Derby is hosted at the Tawa Ponds from 8am-2pm. Children, 12 & under, are invited to the experience the chance to catch a big one...
Ashley was born in Dubai, and lived there for 13 years. She started playing tennis while living in Dubai, and played for 2 years there. When she got to high school here in Saint George she started playing again. Ashley started playing tennis because her mom really wanted her to, and once she started she fell in love with it. She likes volleys a lot, but her favorite part of tennis is how happy it makes her. Ashley likes coaching because she gets to see her kids grow into great players, and enjoys watching them progress in each group. She was captain of Dixie High School in 2016, played on varsity for 2 years, she got 3rd place in region, and played ...
Wayne Bullock is a USTPA certified tennis Pro and has been for 12 years. Wayne was born in Bountiful, Utah, and was raised in West Valley ...
St. George Water and Energy Services are commited to using our natural resources in the most effective manner not just for the short term, but for the long term. Ensuring an adequate supply of clean, ...
...or everyone! Come in and free play against a partner. or join us Saturdays 10:00 A.M. - 12:00 P.M. For Table Tennis Club!  
...in Salt Lake City at 9 years old, and was a two-time 5A state finalist in #1 doubles at Brighton High School. He is also a two-time St. George City open division doubles champion. When John isn't playing tennis he enjoys traveling the world, playing and watching sports, eating, and cooking. John can speak 3 different languages and has lived overseas for more than 10 years!
...rom citizens as well as selling compost. The center saves the city nearly $100,000 per year with its operation. The Streets Division disposes of nearly 10,000 tons of asphalt and concrete rubble every year. Rather than hauling ...
... He attended all the local schools and graduated from Dixie High School in 1970 and from Dixie College in 1972. He furthered his education with a degree in Political Science from the University of Utah in 1974. He received his Master’s Degree with a Master of Public Administration (MPA) from Brigham Young University in 1976. Gary was employed by the City of St. George in 1975 as a Management Intern. He then served as the Assistant to the Mayor of Riverton City in 1975 and 1976, and returned to the City of St. George as the Assistant to the City Coordinator in 1976. He became City Manager in 1977, and has served as such to the present day. Gary is active in his...
Youth Soccer for both girls and boys ages 5-12 using adapted FIFA rules. 8 games and a jersey provide for each participant in the team. Volunteer coaches are needed to help run a great program. Register in the age division as of September 1, 2017. Teams will be made and rosters/schedules will be emailed out by end of business day February 23rd, 2018. 
If this is an Emergency please call 911 . The Citizen Online Reporting System is intended for incidents that have already occurred, not for incidents that pose a current threat, or require an officer's prompt response. If you are not sure if this system is appropriate for the incident you want to report you can contact St. George Police Dispatch at (435) 627-4300 Welcome to the St. George Police Department Citizens Online Police Reporting System. Using this online citizen police report system allows you to submit a report to be reviewed by an officer. If the event you are reporting occurred within St. George City limits, please confirm the following to find out if online citizen police report filing is right for you:   Is this an emergency? Did this incident occur somewhere other than the City of St. George? Are there any known or potential suspects? Is there an on-going threat of violence? (Call 911 if happening now) Is there any apparent evidence that needs to be collected (Fingerprint, Footprint, Property)? Does the total value of the property stolen or damaged exceed $1,500 dollars? Does this involve a domestic partner (roommate, spouse, co-...
...es - St. George, Utah, Municipal Power and Light System Effective February 1, 2014. Residential Service This rate schedule applies to all residential electric service used for domestic purposes on the premises of any individual private residence, apartment, or dwelling and measured by a single meter at approximately 110 or 240 volts, 60 cycles. The common areas of residential developments will be considered residential service if the owners of the common area are exclusive users and if the total connected load for the common area does not exceed 30 kW. Rates Per Meter Per Month Customer Charge $15.65 0-800 kWh, per kWh $0.075053 > 800 kWh, per kWh .08132 Small General ServiceThis schedule is for single or three-phase non-residential service supplied at the Department's available voltage through a single meter for all service required on the Customer's premises with a power requirement that is not greater than 50kW or 10,000 Kwh during any one (1) month of the prior twelve (12) month period. Customers subject to this rate schedule who fail to qualify under the above condition shall be classified as Large General Service regardless of the period of time during which they qualified under this Schedule. Customers otherwise subject to this rate who fail to qualify under the above conditions shall remain on the Large General Service schedule until the next regular review of accounts is completed. Rates Per Meter Per Month Customer Charge $13.55 Energy Charge:   0-1,500 kWh, per kWh $0.083995 Next 8,500 kWh, per kWh $0.091592 Over 10,000 kWh, per kWh $0.106037 Demand Charge:   0-10 kW, per kW $0.00 (See note) Over 10 kW, per kW $9.70 NOTE: If an external commercial and or temporary construction use is not gong to exceed 5 kW in demand, the City will not require a demand meter be placed. This exception is only for services that serve signs, lighting , irrigation timers and miscellaneous outdoor needs and will be approved by Water & Power Engineering Power Factor Adjustment: If the customer power factor is found to be less than 95 percent, the customer will be penalized 1 percent of the overall billing for each 1 percent below the 95 percent power factor. Large General ServiceThis schedule is for single or three-phase non-residential service supplied at the Department's available voltage through a single meter for all service required on the Customer's premises by Customers with a power requirement of greater than 50 kW or 10,000 Kwh during any one (1) month of the prior twelve (12) month period. It is also applicable to any customer who fails to qualify for Small General Service until the next regular review of accounts is completed. Rates Per Meter Per Month Customer Charge $70.68 Energy Charge:   0-10,000 kWh, per kWh $0.061311 Over 10,000 kWh, per kWh $0.046224 Demand Charge:   0-5 kW, per kW $0.00 Over 5 kW, per kW $13.47 Character of service: Alternating current; 60 cycles; single phase 120/240 volts; three-phase 120/208 volts, and other voltages upon permission of the City as specified in service policies and regulations. Power Factor Adjustment: If the customer power factor is found to be less than 95 percent, the customer will be penalized 1 percent of the overall billing for each 1 percent below the 95 percent power factor. Agricultural ServiceThis schedule is for three-phase non-residential service to water pumps that supply water to agricultural projects. Rates Per Meter Per Month Customer Charge $13.55 Energy Charge:   0-1,500 kWh, per kWh $0.08995 Next 8,500 kWh, per kWh $0.091592 Over 10,000 kWh, per kWh $0.106037 Other ServiceTemporary Service: Temporary power will be charge at the Small General Service Rate. Service Outside City Limits: Electric service fees/rates for those connected tot the City Electric System, but living outside the City of St. George incorporated area will be higher than the rates paid by those inside the incorporated area of the City, as determined from time by the City Council. Demand Charge Adjustment: If billing is less than 15 days, the demand charge will be pro-rated. Summary of Rates Schedules - St. George, Utah. Municipal Water System Effective July 1, 2016 Summary of water rates schedules as authorized by ordinance passed by the City Council on July 18, 2016 for service available to customers within the reach of the existing distribution system. General Water Service Rate Monthly Base Charge Meter Size Monthly Charge 5/8 X 3/4" & 3/4" 24.72 1" 52.03 1-1/2" 96.80 2" 186.34 3" 332.15 4" 699.38 6" 1439.90 For the base charges shown above, 5,000 gallons per month may be used by each customer without additional charge. The costs for water used in excess of 5,000 gallons per month are shown below. Consumptive Use Blocks for 3/4" Meters Water Use Per Month Costs Per 1,000 Gallons Used 0-5,000 Included in base charge 5,000-10,000 $1.18 10,000-15,000 $1.30 15,000-20,000 $1.40 20,000-25,000 $1.51 25,000-30,000 $1.62 30,000-35,000 $1.73 35,000-40,000 $2.05 40,000-45,000 $2.60 45,000 and above $3.07 Current Residential Garbage Rates $11.50 Effective January 1, 2018 new proposed Garbage Rates $11.85 Residential Sewer Rates$10.68
... games, activities along with plenty of fun in the water.   Ages: 8-10 years old
A Fashion Design Show of Wearable Art - 2018 Theme to be determined Teams of up to 5 people compete for the chance t...
Fee Schedule as of October 21, 2015   Class rooms                         City programming                                            No charge                         Community Programs programming                  No charge                         Facility Resident non-profit organization            $10 per hour                         Non-resident non-profit organization                 $15 per hour             Theater space                         Facility Resident Non-profit programming                     .                                   2-hour consecutive block – between 8:00 a.m. and 11:00 p.m.                                                             Rehearsal                     $70                                                             Production                   $100                                     4-hour consecutive block – between 8:00 a.m. and 11:00 p.m.                                                             Rehearsal                     $120                                                             Production                   $180                                     8-hour consecutive block – between 8:00 a.m. and 11:00 p.m.                                                             Rehearsal                     $200 per day plus tech fees                                                             Production                   $325 per day plus tech fees                                     $40 per hour charge for each hour exceeding the 8-hour day. 1 technician included, additional technicians as determined                                     Non-profit programming                                     2-hour consecutive block – between 8:00 a.m. and 11:00 p.m.                                                             Rehearsal                     $90                                                             Production                   $130                                     4-hour consecutive block – between 8:00 a.m. and 11:00 p.m.                                                             Rehearsal                     $170                                                             Production                   $250                                     8-hour consecutive block – between 8:00 a.m. and 11:00 p.m.                                                             Rehearsal                     $300 per day plus tech fees                                                             Production                   $475 per day plus tech fees                                     $50 per hour charge for each hour exceeding the 8-hour day. 1 technician included, additional technicians as determined   For profit programming                                     2-hour consecutive block – between 8:00 a.m. and 11:00 p.m.                                                             Rehearsal                     $140                                                             Production                   $190                                     4-hour consecutive block – between 8:00 a.m. and 11:00 p.m.                                                             Rehearsal                     $250                                                             Production                   $350                                     8-hour consecutive block – between 8:00 a.m. and 11:00 p.m.                                     Rehearsal                     $450 per day plus tech fees                                     Production                   $650 per day plus tech fees             $75 per hour charge for each hour exceeding the 8-hour day.             1 technician included, additional technicians as determined    ...
Question: What type of event is considered to be a “Special Event”?
Answer: A special event is typically a one-time event such as a sports tournament, concert, walk or run in a park/trail. A park reservation AND a Special Event Permit are required to hold this type of event in a park or on a trail. To have a special event you must first make the park or trail reservation and then contact Karen Roundy at (435) 627-4712 to obtain the Special Event Permit.
Question: What hours are the City parks open?
Answer: Parks are open sunrise to 10:00 p.m., except in those areas posted with alternative hours or if extended hours were approved for a city approved event.
Question: What are the 4 hour reservation time blocks?
Answer: 7:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.;  12:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.;  and 5:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.
Question: What hours are the City parks open?
Answer: Parks are open sunrise to 10:00 p.m., except in those areas posted with alternative hours or if extended hours were approved for a city approved event.
Question: What type of event is considered to be a “Special Event”?
Answer: A special event is typically a one-time event such as a sports tournament, concert, walk or run in a park/trail. A park reservation AND a Special Event Permit are required to hold this type of event in a park or on a trail. To have a special event you must first make the park or trail reservation and then contact Karen Roundy at (435) 627-4712 to obtain the Special Event Permit.
Question: What hours are the City parks open?
Answer: Parks are open sunrise to 10:00 p.m., except in those areas posted with alternative hours or if extended hours were approved for a city approved event.
Question: What hours are the City parks open?
Answer: Parks are open sunrise to 10:00 p.m., except in those areas posted with alternative hours or if extended hours were approved for a city approved event.
...learning about different aspects of choreography.     Session 1: June 12-16                                                                                                Session 2: July 10-14 8-11 year olds - 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM                                                                         8-11 year olds - 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM 12-16 year olds 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM                                                                          12-16 year olds 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Question: What type of event is considered to be a “Special Event”?
Answer: A special event is typically a one-time event such as a sports tournament, concert, walk or run in a park/trail. A park reservation AND a Special Event Permit are required to hold this type of event in a park or on a trail. To have a special event you must first make the park or trail reservation and then contact Karen Roundy at (435) 627-4712 to obtain the Special Event Permit.
J.C.  Snow Park is a 12 acre community park.  Surrounding the central parking lot and restr...
Question: What type of event is considered to be a “Special Event”?
Answer: A special event is typically a one-time event such as a sports tournament, concert, walk or run in a park/trail. A park reservation AND a Special Event Permit are required to hold this type of event in a park or on a trail. To have a special event you must first make the park or trail reservation and then contact Karen Roundy at (435) 627-4712 to obtain the Special Event Permit.
Question: What are the 4 hour reservation time blocks?
Answer: 7:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.;  12:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.;  and 5:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.
Question: What hours are the City parks open?
Answer: Parks are open sunrise to 10:00 p.m., except in those areas posted with alternative hours or if extended hours were approved for a city approved event.
Question: What are the 4 hour reservation time blocks?
Answer: 7:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.;  12:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.;  and 5:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.
In Fiscal Year 2014-15, Administrative Services and Finance were consolidated into one departme...
Question: What hours are the City parks open?
Answer: Parks are open sunrise to 10:00 p.m., except in those areas posted with alternative hours or if extended hours were approved for a city approved event.
Question: What are the 4 hour reservation time blocks?
Answer: 7:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.;  12:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.;  and 5:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.
...; Reserve Firefighters are also on a rotating schedule, covering Stations #1, #7, and #8 to provide for a four person crew at night. The Fire Chief, Deputy Chief, and Administrative Assistant work the day shift, with the Chief Officers on call after hours. The City of St. George Fire Department covers approximately seventy-five square miles and serves over 80,000 residents.  The department includes eight stations, located geographically throughout the City of St. George, which respond to fires, EMS calls, hazmat incidents, technical rescues, vehicle extractions, and other calls for assistance as needed within the city boundaries.  In addition, the department serves as backup on large incidents within the county.  The department also performs inspections for compliance with fire codes, and provides advanced EMT services for the city. Mission Statement The mission of the St. George Fire Department is to Protect and Preserve life, property, and the environment from fire and disaster, whether it be natural or man-made.  We accomplish this through aggressive training, fire prevention and community programs, and with a positive attitude towards safety, customer service, and community relations. History The St. George Fire Department began in 1936.  The twenty-three members that made up the Chief, Captains, and crews were all volunteers.  The first fire engine in St. George was a 1936 Studebaker, which the Department still owns and houses at Station #2, which is the first fire station the city built.  The truck is no longer in service unless absolutely necessary, but you may have seen it at special occasions, such as parades.   For nearly fifty years, the dedicated volunteer firefighters were able to meet the needs of the City of St. George.  It wasn't until 1983 that the first full-time Chief was hired.  By 1992, the area had grown large enough to require a full-time staff of firef...
Question: What are the 4 hour reservation time blocks?
Answer: 7:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.;  12:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.;  and 5:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.
Question: What are the 4 hour reservation time blocks?
Answer: 7:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.;  12:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.;  and 5:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.
Question: What are the 4 hour reservation time blocks?
Answer: 7:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.;  12:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.;  and 5:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.
Question: What are the 4 hour reservation time blocks?
Answer: 7:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.;  12:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.;  and 5:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.
Question: What hours are the City parks open?
Answer: Parks are open sunrise to 10:00 p.m., except in those areas posted with alternative hours or if extended hours were approved for a city approved event.
Question: What type of event is considered to be a “Special Event”?
Answer: A special event is typically a one-time event such as a sports tournament, concert, walk or run in a park/trail. A park reservation AND a Special Event Permit are required to hold this type of event in a park or on a trail. To have a special event you must first make the park or trail reservation and then contact Karen Roundy at (435) 627-4712 to obtain the Special Event Permit.
Question: What are the 4 hour reservation time blocks?
Answer: 7:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.;  12:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.;  and 5:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.
Question: What hours are the City parks open?
Answer: Parks are open sunrise to 10:00 p.m., except in those areas posted with alternative hours or if extended hours were approved for a city approved event.
Question: What are the 4 hour reservation time blocks?
Answer: 7:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.;  12:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.;  and 5:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.
Question: What hours are the City parks open?
Answer: Parks are open sunrise to 10:00 p.m., except in those areas posted with alternative hours or if extended hours were approved for a city approved event.
Question: What are the 4 hour reservation time blocks?
Answer: 7:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.;  12:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.;  and 5:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.
...mission is accepting general fund arts grant applications for the fiscal 2016/2017 year. Please reference the new grant guidelines at the website. Applications are accepted monthly no later than the 2nd Thursday of each month and will be open until April 13, 2017.  All General Fund Grant Award funds are required to be expended by June 30, 2017. Completed applications can be mailed or turned in to the following address: St. George Arts Commission c/o Community Arts Division 68 East Tabernacle Street       St. George, UT 84770   For information (435) 627-4510   The availability of funds will be contingent upon approval of the St. George City Council. The St. City of St. George-Arts Component is accepting 2017 RAP Tax Grants The City of St. George is accepting  RAP Tax Grants for the 2017 year. The grant applications and guidelines are available below. (Arts Component Guidelines 2017 and Arts Component Grant Application 2017). Application deadline is 5:00 PM, Friday, March 31, 2017.    Please note this is a competitive grant process, not an entitlement program. The citizens of Washington County and its various cities have generously voted to allow their tax dollars to fund art, cultural activities, programs and organizations in our community. This is a gift and a responsibility for each successful applicant.    Questions may be directed to Gary Sanders, Community Arts and Exhibits Administrator (435) 627-4510 or email gary.sanders@sgcity.org          ...
Question: What are the 4 hour reservation time blocks?
Answer: 7:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.;  12:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.;  and 5:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.
Question: What hours are the City parks open?
Answer: Parks are open sunrise to 10:00 p.m., except in those areas posted with alternative hours or if extended hours were approved for a city approved event.
Question: What hours are the City parks open?
Answer: Parks are open sunrise to 10:00 p.m., except in those areas posted with alternative hours or if extended hours were approved for a city approved event.
Question: What type of event is considered to be a “Special Event”?
Answer: A special event is typically a one-time event such as a sports tournament, concert, walk or run in a park/trail. A park reservation AND a Special Event Permit are required to hold this type of event in a park or on a trail. To have a special event you must first make the park or trail reservation and then contact Karen Roundy at (435) 627-4712 to obtain the Special Event Permit.
...of our trails have been closed recently to make repairs and due to I- 15 bridge construction between exits 4 and 5, I hope during this beautiful time of year many of us will spend time on our paved and unpaved trails.   May is Bike Month in St. George, and we plan to make a big deal of it! - On May 8 th at 6:00 PM we’ll do another one of our “Bike with Pike” events at the Confluence Trailhead. It’ll be fun, good exercise, and we’ll have food for the whole family as well! - May 10 th is Bike to School Day. This year we’ll bike with Sunset Elementary School students and Principal Horrocks. - May 12 th will be the Bike Film Festival where we’ll show bike film shorts and provide giveaways for those in attendance. Watch for details about location and time on Facebook and at sgcity.org. - May 15 th -19 th is Bike to Work Week. I plan to ride my bike to work every day that week and challenge others to do the same or as many days as they can!   Whether you can participate in any of these events or not, I hope everyone will do something to get out and enjoy our trails and the beautiful St. George spring weather. Bring a family member or a friend and it’ll be even more fun! Have a wonderful spring!   Jon Pike    About Mayor Pike Jon Pike was raised in Salt Lake City and received a bachelor’s degree in finance from the University of Utah and an MBA from Westminster College.  Jon has worked in several positions with Intermountain Healthcare since 1990 – and since 1995 here in St. George. One of the highlights of Jon’s career has been working as project manager for the planning and construction of Dixie Regional Medical Center at River Road, which opened in 2003. He currently works as the regional operations director for SelectHealth – the health insurance division of Intermountain Healthcare.  In 2007 Jon was elected to the St. George City Council and in 2013 he was elected as Mayor of St. George.  He serves on the boards of Dixie State University, Dixie Applied Technology College, Washington County Water Conservancy District, St. George Area Economic Development, Utah League of Cities and Towns, and several other city and county-related boards.  Jon loves singing, playing the piano, organ, and guitar, as well as water and snow skiing, motorcycling, and walking or biking on St. George’s many trails.  Jon and his wife Kristy have five children and one grandchild.   Mayor Pike's current term expires December 31, 2021.
...- Leah Amico  3-Time Olympic Gold Medalist with USA Softball (played 1st base and outfield) 2-Time World Champion  2-Time Pan Am Games Gold Medalist 3-Time National Champion at University of Arizona 3-Time 1st Team All-American  3-Time 1st Team Academic All-American Youth Clinic - Monday, May 15th @ 5:00 pm at the Canyons Complex $5 for each participant to come out. ...
... courses: Sunbrook Golf Club: 60 days in advance Southgate Golf Club: 14 days in advance St. George Golf Club: 14 days in advance Dixie Red Hills: 30 days in advance
Question: Are there any fees at the event?
Answer: Yes, Crafts are $1.00 each; Pictures with Santa are $1.50 and decoration cookies are 50 cents each
...ounty Sheriff's Office. In addition to these two Sergeants, there are 11 detectives whose main case load deals with illegal drug trafficking in Wa...
Question: What type of event is considered to be a “Special Event”?
Answer: A special event is typically a one-time event such as a sports tournament, concert, walk or run in a park/trail. A park reservation AND a Special Event Permit are required to hold this type of event in a park or on a trail. To have a special event you must first make the park or trail reservation and then contact Karen Roundy at (435) 627-4712 to obtain the Special Event Permit.
...e Bureau of Reclamation • Matching funds from WCWCD   Since 2012 3,563 toilets have been replaced.  As part of the requirements of the grant funding, water use records are reviewed at the conclusion of each grant period.     The most recent grant funding concluded in November of 2014.  In that grant period, 1,006 toilets were replaced.  A water savings of approximately 200,000...
Question: What should I include with my application?
Answer: If special consideration as a veteran or disabled veteran is of interest to you, you must include a copy of your DD214. In addition, make sure you include photocopies of any applicable licenses, certifications, etc. Please read the Job Announcement carefully to ensure that you provide the documentation needed to show you meet the minimum qualifications. You may also be required to provide copies of your diplomas and/or transcripts of your grades if higher education is a minimum requirement for the position. You are welcome to provide us with a cover letter and resume.
Question: What benefits does the City offer its full-time employees?
Answer: The City provides full time employees with an excellent cafeteria benefits package including health, dental, vision and flex spending accounts. In addition, the City provides paid life insurance, AD&D, LTD, and an impressive retirement plan. Employees have the option of payroll deductions for Roth IRA, 401(K) & 457 plans. All benefits are effective on the first day of employment. The City also provides 12 paid holidays plus 12 paid sick days per year.
...s fees for dogs only include microchipping. We are open Mon-Fri from 10am to 5:00pm and Saturday 10am-2pm, closed Sunday and Holidays. Our address is:   6...
...eet in the State of Utah  8th year in a row ASE Blue Seal Certified (10% of fleets nationally hold this certification) Approved by 22 manufactu...
Class Times: 9:15am – 9:45am 10:00am  – 10:40am 10:45am  – 11:25am 11:30am  – 12:10pm 5:00pm  – 5:40pm 5:45pm – 6:25pm Monday thru Thurs...
...;             $1.00                                               Descuento                    $0.50 Descuento solo para personas mayores (+65), personas con discapacidades y que tengan su tarjeta de Medicare.   Niños de 5 años para bajo pueden viajar gratis con un adulto que page su tarifa   Pases Para Rutas Fijas De Autobús Si usa el autobús regularmente, tal vez le convenga comprar un pase. Tenemos diferentes clases de pases que le ahorrarán tiempo y dinero. Los siguientes pases están disponibles para uso en las rutas de autobús fijos. Los pases no son transferibles.   Pases Por Un Día Valido para viajes ilimitados por un día.   Pases Mensual $30.00 Valido para viajes ilimitados durante un mes.   Tarjeta 10-Viajes Valido para 10 viajes. No expira.                                               Regular                      $10.00                                               Descuento                    $5.00   Tarjeta 10-viajes de descuento es solo para personas que tienen 65 años o más, personas con tarjeta Medicare y que tengan discapacidad calificada.   Pase Semestre – viajes ilimitados durante el semestre Semestre de otoño y primavera                             $90.00 Semestre de verano                                                $45.00   Paratransit Pases De Autobús Los que tienen discapacidad calificada y han sido aprobados pueden comprar pases del conductor de paratransit. Pase de 10-viajes. No expira                                  $18.00 Paratransit pasaje para un solo viaje     &...
Question: What hours are the City parks open?
Answer: Parks are open sunrise to 10:00 p.m., except in those areas posted with alternative hours or if extended hours were approved for a city approved event.
This 13.5 acre neighborhood park nestled between Panorama Elementary and Pine View Middle schools was built during Utah's Centennial Celebration year. This park provides large play fields for soccer and softball, an asphalt loop trail, a 100 seat stepped concrete amphitheater with rolling hills of grass, two sma...
This 1/2 acre rustic park highlights large boulders with petroglyphs. The carved...
In 2008 this 1.0 acre park underwent major renovations with the aid of Community Develop...
Monday, May 8, 2017 at 5:30 pm, Confluence Trailhead   May is national bike month, and to celebrate the City of St. George will be hosting several bike events. One of those events, the bi-annual “Bike with Pike” event is coming up on Monday, May 8, 2017 at the Confluence Trailhead by the Dixie Center at 5:30 pm. “Bike with Pike” is family friendly bike ride with Mayor Pike, members of the St. George City Council, St. George Active Transportation Committee and Southern Utah Bicycle Alliance. The event features a free hotdog BBQ, music, bike rodeo and a ride with Mayor Pike along a section of the City’s trail system.   Recently, new way-finding signage has been erected along sections of the Virgin River Trail system to help residents and visitors know where trails lead and how long they can except to get to specific destinations. Mayor Pike together with members of the Southwest Utah Public Health Department who helped to fund the new signs, will give the public a preview of the signs and briefly explain the plan to use them on trails as well as along bike lanes on city streets. This is a great opportunity to bring the whole family and their bikes as we celebrate one of the many reasons why we love our great community! WHO: Everyone is invited and encouraged to bring their bike and helmets. WHAT: Free BBQ, music, bike rodeo for kids and two riding options: Option 1. Ride the Mayor’s Loop along the Virgin River 5.2-mile loop. Option 2. One-mile out and back for young kids.    WHEN: Monday, May 8, 2017 beginning at 5:30 pm. Ride at 5:50 pm.   WHERE: Confluence Trailh...
Risk Management, under the direction of the City Attorney, oversees the prevention of injuries to City employees and losses to City assets along with control of incurred losses. The Risk Management Di...
The St. George Police Department has a Victim Services unit, consisting of full time and part time advocates, as well as volunteers to assist victims of crime in the City of St. George. It is the goal...
... school course you will NOT be eligible for the course.    Step 1: Register for traffic school • Click here to register for traffic school Step 2: Re-enter your traffic school course Traffic school must be completed within 30 days of ticket date. • Click here to re-enter your traffic school course Total Cost: $70.00 + Ticket Fine Amount Schedule: Always available Duration: Approximately 4 hours Note: You may log in and out as many times as necessary to complete traffic school. Contact Us For additional traffic school related questions, call 1-888-312-6552. Note: This helpline can only answer questions about traf...
Join SGR for the 2018 Sand Hallow Aquatic Center (SHAC) Triathlon!  This fun event puts your running, biking, and swimming abilities to the test! If you've ever thought of doing a Triathlon before, this is your time to do it! Starting and ending at the SHAC, this course will take you around the neighbors surrounding the aquatic center.  Swim Course: The swim will be in the SHAC indoor pool. The swim will take place in heats of approximately 20 racers. There will be two people in each full sized lane. The Sprint Distance will start first at 9:00 am, followed by the beginner distance at noon, and the kid's distance at 1:00 pm. The pool temperature will be between 81 - 84 degrees. Bike Course: The bike course is an out and back loop course. From the pool, you will turn right on Lava Flow Drive, left on 2000 North, and turn around at N Red Mountain Rd. The course is a 5-mile loop. One lap for beginners; two laps for the sprint. The course is fairly flat with a couple hills. There will be officers holding up traffic at the main intersections, but it is an open road race so be aware of traffic. Helmets are required for participants. If you don't have a helmet you won't be allowed to race. Run Course:   The running course is an out and back 1 and 1/2 mile loop. It will follow the bike path North of the pool and East of Lava Flow Drive. One lap for the beginner distance; two laps for the sprint distance. There will be aid stations at the transition area and the run turn-arounds.     This year there will be finisher medals in the adult beginner distance rather than age group awards.  All kids races will have finisher medals as well. The adult sprint and relay races will have age group awards in each 5 year age division. Everyone gets a finisher medal! Beginner & Sprint events are capped at 400 participants! There will be a team relay option for the sprint division only! Team relay can consist of up to 3 athletes, each completing one of the disciplines. Open Men, Open Women, and Mixed divisions available for the relay. Top 3 teams in each of these divisions will receive awards.    Distances: Swim (25yds Length) Beginner = 8 Lengths (200yds) Sprint = 16 Lengths (400yds) Kids Beginner = 2 Lengths (50 yds) Kids Sprint = 4 Lengths (100 yds) Bike Beginner = 1 Loop (5 Miles) Sprint = 2 Loops (10 Miles) Kids Beginner = 1 Mile (1/2 mile out and back) Kids Sprint = = 2 Miles (1 mile out and back) Run Beginner = 1 Loop (1.5 Miles) Sprint = 2 Loops (3 Miles) Kids Beginner = 1/2 Mile (.25 Miles out and .25 Miles back on same course) Kids Sprint = 3...
...uilding which is now the St. George Art Museum was originally built in the 1930's to store beet seed for a sugar beet factory. The Utah-Idaho Sugar Company, after determining that sugar beet seed was a good "cash" crop, built the building in 1934, using it along with the already existing opera house and another building which is now the Social Hall. This was the start of a business that would last for nearly fifty years.  Sugar beets were planted in the Washington Fields and Bloomington in the fall. Due to the mild-winter climate in Utah's Dixie, the crop could stay in the ground over winter. In the spring, the plants would be harvested and hauled by horse-drawn wagons to the factory where they would undergo a process to remove the seed which was sorted, cleaned, treated for disease and stored in bins.  Warehouse No. 3, now the St. George Art Museum, was where the seed was stored and later shipped by hauling the bags of seed to Cedar City where it was sent by train to sugar beet plants in West Jordan, Utah; Idaho Falls, Idaho; Montana, and Washington. After 1955 the seed was all shipped with trucking firms until the sugar company closed in 1979.  The building was vacant after 1979 and became home to mice and pigeons and an eyesore to the community. Through the vision, generosity, and hard work of the community and city officials, the ultimate dream to restore the building as part of the St. George's historic district was realized in 1997 when it became the beautiful new home of the Art Museum. The St. George Art Museum celebrated ten years in the Pioneer Center for the Arts in 2007. The year leading up to that milestone was dedicated to raising funds to buy ten new pieces of art with the initiative to fill Ten Empty Frames with Art That Goes Beyond. The year 2017 will feature special events and exhibits to commemorate the 20th anniver...
Question: If I accept a part time position with the City, how many hours would I normally work?
Answer: As a part time employee your hours could vary greatly depending on where you work. Some of our part time employees work 5-10 hours a week and some work more than 20. All part time employees, however, must average of no more than 28 hours per week in a 12 month time-period.
Question: I am interested in applying for more than one (1) job. Can I use the same application?
Answer: No, you must fill out a separate application for each job.
Question: What type of event is considered to be a “Special Event”?
Answer: A special event is typically a one-time event such as a sports tournament, concert, walk or run in a park/trail. A park reservation AND a Special Event Permit are required to hold this type of event in a park or on a trail. To have a special event you must first make the park or trail reservation and then contact Karen Roundy at (435) 627-4712 to obtain the Special Event Permit.
Question: What does fleet fix at their facility?
Answer: The technicians maintain over 950 pieces of equipment. On any given day they are working on everything from a riding lawn mower transmission to the hydraulics on a ladder fire engine and everything in between. Due to frequent use, city equipment is in constant need of maintenance. Technicians are trained to work on over 100 unique pieces of equipment.
Question: Does the city maintain the Suntran buses?
Answer: Yes, the Fleet Division has 1.5, full-time technicians dedicated to maintaining the 11 existing buses, 4 paratransit vehicles and up-fitting new buses for use. 
...ountain climbing ropes and a separate play area for 2 - 5 year old and 5 - 12 year old.  The Explorer dome is a climbing challenge for all ages. ...
Question: What type of event is considered to be a “Special Event”?
Answer: A special event is typically a one-time event such as a sports tournament, concert, walk or run in a park/trail. A park reservation AND a Special Event Permit are required to hold this type of event in a park or on a trail. To have a special event you must first make the park or trail reservation and then contact Karen Roundy at (435) 627-4712 to obtain the Special Event Permit.
Question: What type of event is considered to be a “Special Event”?
Answer: A special event is typically a one-time event such as a sports tournament, concert, walk or run in a park/trail. A park reservation AND a Special Event Permit are required to hold this type of event in a park or on a trail. To have a special event you must first make the park or trail reservation and then contact Karen Roundy at (435) 627-4712 to obtain the Special Event Permit.
Question: What type of event is considered to be a “Special Event”?
Answer: A special event is typically a one-time event such as a sports tournament, concert, walk or run in a park/trail. A park reservation AND a Special Event Permit are required to hold this type of event in a park or on a trail. To have a special event you must first make the park or trail reservation and then contact Karen Roundy at (435) 627-4712 to obtain the Special Event Permit.
Question: What are the hours of the shelter?
Answer: We are open Mon-Fri from 10am to 5:00pm and Saturday 10am-2pm, closed Sunday and Holidays.
The Patrol Division is supervised by a Captain, 6 Lieutenants, 6 Sergeants, and has 42 sworn officers with 2 K-9s.   The Patrol Division is the heart and soul of the St. George Police Departmen...
Question: What type of event is considered to be a “Special Event”?
Answer: A special event is typically a one-time event such as a sports tournament, concert, walk or run in a park/trail. A park reservation AND a Special Event Permit are required to hold this type of event in a park or on a trail. To have a special event you must first make the park or trail reservation and then contact Karen Roundy at (435) 627-4712 to obtain the Special Event Permit.
...art lesson on an artist and a related art project designed for kids ages 6-12. ·         Cost is $3.00 for the first child; $1.00 for each additional child (immediate family only, please). ·         One parent/guardian gets complimentary museum admission. ·         Parents/guardians are encouraged to stay at the museum during class. ·         Each class is capped at 12 students. First come, first served! ·         Pre-registering is recommended to guarantee spot.                 To register for classes and for more information please call the St. George Art Museum at (435) 627-4525.   WINTER/SPRING 2018 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES  
Dana Russell creates his artwork by welding together found pieces of discarded materials, mostly metals, in a creative way. He asks the viewer to think about how his pieces make them feel. "When ...
... invited to exhibit openings and special presentations; you also receive a 10% discount in the Museum Store.  W appreciate your involvement in an...
...d loves the bonds she makes with the kids. She won her first tournament at 14, and has won countless since. Cydnee went pro in 2015, and is working on chasing points. When she's not playing tennis she lik...
Question: How can I obtain a copy of a police report?
Answer: You can come in to the records department at 265 N. 200 E. between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m, Monday through Friday. You'll be required to fill out a form and present a photo ID. The cost is $2.00 for a standard police report. If you are unable to come in to the department or live out of town, you can call the records department at 435-627-4301 and a request form will be mailed or faxed to you. Request forms can also be found on our website at www.sgcity.org.
Question: What should I do if I've been involved in a traffic accident?
Answer: Stay at the scene and call the police department. If there are injuries or any emergency circumstances, call 911. If the accident is minor and/or there are no injuries, call dispatch at 435 627-4300. 
Youth Pickleball Classes   Dinkers Age:  6 to 10 Days:  Tuesday & or Thursday Times:  4:30pm to 5:30pm Levels:  Beginner - Intermediate - Advance Description:  Players will learn basic stroke fundamentals, serving, ground strokes and volleys.  Player will learn rules and scoring.  Players will be divided into skill groups according to their skill.      Spring Session Begins: February 28th thru April 13th (No pickleball during Spring Break)
...ng with balloons and party favors. Our birthday party packages provide for 12 children, including the birthday child.      Basic Party - $50 • Party area decorated and reserved for 2 hours • Access to facility - excluding weight room and racquetball courts  • 12 party favors; each includes several small toys, candy, and a balloon • $5 per each extra child   Pizza Party - $90 • 3 large pizzas and 12 drinks • Party area decorated and reserved for 2 hours • Access to facility - excluding weight room and racquetball courts  • 12 party favors; each includes several small toys, candy, and a balloon • $8 per each extra child   Cake Party - $120  (must be reserved at least 2 weeks in advance) • 3 large pizzas and 12 drinks • Party area decorated and reserved for 2 hours • Access to facility - excluding weight room and racquetball courts  • 12 party favors; each includes several small toys, candy, and a balloon &b...
Question: If my vehicle was towed, what do I do?
Answer: Inside the city limits, call the St. George Police Department at 627-4301 during business hours if your car was towed from public property and they will advise you what the process is. Outside the city limits, call the Washington County sheriff's dispatch at 634-5730. 
... ladder apparatus.  One has a 75' stick ladder, while the other has a 105' ladder with a platform.  Our new truck, which will be a ladder/pumper combination, will have a 100' stick ladder.
Dana Russell (No Art Conversation in January) March 15 - to be announced April 19 - to be announced  
Question: When can I get finger printed? 
Answer: Fingerprints are now done at the Sheriff’s Office – Purgatory Building 750 S 5300 W, Hurricane, Utah   Ph – 435-656-6559 for a recorded message   Tues – 1-4 pm Wed – 1-4 pm Thr – 1-4 pm Fingerprinting is on a first come first serve basis $10.00 for two cards, $1.00 additional card. CASH ONLY   A Valid Government Issued photo ID is REQUIRED for fingerprinting services. (Utah Drivers Privilege cards cannot be accepted as ID)
Question: What type of event is considered to be a “Special Event”?
Answer: A special event is typically a one-time event such as a sports tournament, concert, walk or run in a park/trail. A park reservation AND a Special Event Permit are required to hold this type of event in a park or on a trail. To have a special event you must first make the park or trail reservation and then contact Karen Roundy at (435) 627-4712 to obtain the Special Event Permit.
Mayor Preside over meetings of the Council Coordinate all projects and activities Plan and develop concepts Assist and mentor directors and Council members in the execution of their duties Resp...
Question: What type of event is considered to be a “Special Event”?
Answer: A special event is typically a one-time event such as a sports tournament, concert, walk or run in a park/trail. A park reservation AND a Special Event Permit are required to hold this type of event in a park or on a trail. To have a special event you must first make the park or trail reservation and then contact Karen Roundy at (435) 627-4712 to obtain the Special Event Permit.
Question: What type of event is considered to be a “Special Event”?
Answer: A special event is typically a one-time event such as a sports tournament, concert, walk or run in a park/trail. A park reservation AND a Special Event Permit are required to hold this type of event in a park or on a trail. To have a special event you must first make the park or trail reservation and then contact Karen Roundy at (435) 627-4712 to obtain the Special Event Permit.
Question: What type of event is considered to be a “Special Event”?
Answer: A special event is typically a one-time event such as a sports tournament, concert, walk or run in a park/trail. A park reservation AND a Special Event Permit are required to hold this type of event in a park or on a trail. To have a special event you must first make the park or trail reservation and then contact Karen Roundy at (435) 627-4712 to obtain the Special Event Permit.
Question: What are the Child Care Hours and Fees?
Answer: Monday 9 a.m-11:30 a.m, 5:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m. Tuesday 9 a.m-11:30 a.m, 5:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m. Wednesday 9 a.m-11:30 a.m, 5:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m. Thursday 9 a.m-11:30 a.m, 5:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m. Friday 9 a.m-11:30 a.m   Child Care is a drop-in fee of $1.50 per child. 2 children are included free with a membership, and thereafter the drop-in fee of $1.50 per child will apply.
Question: Can I purchase a Tri-Pack membership for only 1 month?
Answer: No. Tri-Pack memberships are a one year minimum.  
Question: Do I have to be a member to use the facility?
Answer: No. We offer drop-in admittance for full day use.  Youth (up to 17 years old): $2.50. Adult (18-61 years old): $3.50.  Senior (62 and above): $3.00. 
Youth Coed Rugby Camp for ages 7-14. This is a learning camp with instruction using High School rules. Each participant will receive their own Rugby ball to keep. Register in the age division as of September 1, 2017. For boys and girls ages 7-14
Question: Who is eligible to attend?
Answer: Children must be 12-14 years old. 
Question: How old do children need to be to use the facility unattended?
Answer: 8 years old, although we reccomend children have a parent or guardian in the facility with them until they are 15 years old. 
Youth Volleyball using adapted High School rules. For girls ages 8-14. 8 games and a jersey provide for each participant in the team. Volunteer coaches are needed to help run a great program. Played at local schools around the city that are provided to us through the school district. Register in the age division as of September 1, 2018. Teams will be made and rosters/schedules will be emailed out by end of business day September 6th/7th, 2018. There will be a coaches meeting on September 11th, 2018.   
Question: What hours are the City parks open?
Answer: Parks are open sunrise to 10:00 p.m., except in those areas posted with alternative hours or if extended hours were approved for a city approved event.
Question: Where is your Lost and Found?
Answer: Our Lost and Found is located at the Electric Theater Center. For lost and found inquiries, please call 435-624-4510. We will hold lost items for 30 days and if not retrieved by that time, will then donate to charity or discard.
Question: How old do I have to be to use the Weight Room?
Answer: You must be 16 years old to use the Weight Room unnacompanied. Young adults ages 14-15 must be accompanied by an adult. Children under the age of 14 are not allowed in the Weight Room. 
Question: When does the box office start selling tickets?
Answer: The Electric Theater does not sell tickets for the presentations or productions in the theater. All box office ticket sales are handled by the individual organization using the theater for a presentation or performance.  Typically, tickets are available from the organization’s website or at the door.  Doors opens ½ hour to one hour before the presentation or production.
...ual Appeal. This is a request for contributions beyond membership that are 100% tax deductible*. It takes a great deal of effort by the city, the staf...
Question: What hours are the City parks open?
Answer: Parks are open sunrise to 10:00 p.m., except in those areas posted with alternative hours or if extended hours were approved for a city approved event.
...other fun exciting games.   Teens in the Park is designed for youth 11-14 year old.
...ff the water while brushing your teeth. Bathroom faucets flow at a rate of 1.5 gallons a minute. You can save three gallons of water every time you brush your teeth for two minutes. Multiply this by the number of people in your home to see how much water can be saved.    • Take a shorter shower. Shower heads flow at a rate of 2.5 gallons per minute. Shortening your shower by two minutes can save five gallons of water.    • Run the dishwasher only when it's full. Wash only full loads of clothes. If you must do a small load and your machine has a manual water adjustment, adjust the water level lower. Using less water saves on the energy needed to heat hot water as well as saving water.    • Check for and repair leaks. The most common leak that goes unnoticed is the toilet. Leaking toilets can waste up to 100 gallons of water a day. Add a few drops of food coloring to the toilet tank; don't flush the toilet for 15 minutes. If the color is showing up in the bowl, the toilet is leaking.    Outdoor water use accounts for approximately 60% of water delivered to customers during the summer months. Set your irrigation clocks to match the seasons and the amount of water needed for your landscape. Adjust the clocks as necessary. Water deeply and infrequently.    If you are unsure of how much water you should apply to turf landscape, schedule a Free Lawn Water Audit. The audits are available annually from May through September. Contact Julie Gillens at 435-673-3617 to schedule an appointment.
...wareness, coordination, flexibility and strength in preparation for ballet 1.   Ballet 1 & 2 - class designed for children ages 9+. This class will teach basic classical ballet techniques and build on skills learned from pre- ballet. Older beginner students and students with previous experience welcome in this mixed class.   Beginner Adult Ballet - class designed for ages 16+ with little or no experience. This class will work on clean techniques and correct form as well as strength building. Returning adults with previous dance experience are also welcome. Ballet is a great way to get in shape while building lean muscle and toning.   Suggested Dress Code   Tiny Tots and Pre-Ballet- Pink leotard, pink tights and teacher approved pink ballet shoes. Pink ballet skirt or attached skirt is allowed with teacher’s approval.   Ballet 1- Black leotard, pink tights and teacher approved pink ballet shoes. Black...
...gencies, illicit laboratories, and biological hazards. Our department has 11 state-certified Hazmat Technicians that are trained in offensive strategi...
January 19 Update: This week the contractor paved along Bloomington Drive from 1470 West Street towards Marigold Way.  They will begin removing the old roadway and placing new roadbase next week from Marigold Way towards Manzanita Road.  They are also working on placing temporary waterline and new waterline from Manzanita Road to Mulberry Drive As work progresses, utilities are located and lowered or replaced, the center 40' is paved, and then the edges are paved later to match driveways and existing improvements. The contractor and city appreciate the patience and support residents have displayed as the work progresses. Interested persons who would like more information about the project, or any information for a specific location are invited to attend a weekly information meeting held at the Wastewater Treatment Facility, 3780 Treatment Plant Road each Tuesday 1:15 pm. Or to meet with a project representative on-site. Please c...
 The Junior Class (5-14 year olds) presents an easy and fun introduction in Polynesian dance. Learn basic Tahitian steps, terminology, rhythm and timing. Children learn coordination practiced and developed through creative movement and music.  In a supportive environment, the instructor uses games and songs to encourage teamwork, teach basic steps, balance and showmanship.  The class will meet on Saturdays at the St George Recreation Center at 11:15 AM - 12:00 PM.  The senior class (ages 15+) will give you the tools you need to strengthen stamina and endurance.  Students will learn basic techniques from the island of Tahiti. Improve timing and stage presence.  Learn fun routines to traditional island music.  The class will meet on Saturdays at the St George Recreation Center at 12:15pm-1pm Polynesian culture loves our tupunas (elders) and we are encouraged to show them the utmost respect and honor.  Our Golden Years class (Adults 50+) will be a low impact class focused on Tahitian Aparimas (songs accompanied by guitar) and hulas.  Students will have the option to stand and perform basic steps or sit if they have difficulty.  The class will meet on Saturdays at the St George Recreation Center at 10:15 AM - 11:00 AM. Class attire will be a black shirt and sarong for the females and a black shirt and black shorts for the males for all classes. The Free and Reduced price lunch discounts will apply for kids 5-18.  Patron must present documentation from the Washington School Dist...
...loor show.Tickets are available at the door or in advance starting January 13, 2018 at the St. George Art Museum, 47 East 200 North, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tickets are $15 per person and include Valentine refreshments. Only 150 tickets are available.
This 18 acre community park has three softball fields, lighted basketball court ...
...drainage ways and associated services. The Streets Division maintains over 1,500 lane miles of roadway, 11,000 signs, 180 miles of storm drain pipe, 1300 acres of flood plains, and 46 traffic signals with only 33 employees and an annual budget of approximately $4,500,000. Services provided by the Streets Division include: asphalt repair; pavement sealing; striping; signing; maintaining and installing traffic signals; weed abatement; tamarisk removal; flood control; storm drain installation, repair, and cleaning; concrete construction and repair; street sweeping; and operation of the ReUse Center.  These experienced and trained professional employees are required to hold many certifications for the safe and quality performance of their jobs. All Streets Division members are required to be certificated in Construction, Signing and Flagging, hold First Aid and CPR certification and Heavy Equipment Operations certification through the Utah LTAP Center, Class “A” CDL driver license with: tanker endorsement, Herbicide certification, OSHA Trenching and Shoring Certification, Construction Work Zone Certification, and the American Concrete Institution Certification The Traffic Crew operates and maintains 46 traffic signals and over 11,200 signs. The division runs its own sign shop where it produces, designs, and repairs hundreds of signs per year. Streets throughout the city have pavement stencils updated, and are striped annually. Each crew member is required to additionally hold IMSA Pavement Marking Technician Certification, and IMSA Traffic Signal Certification, levels I and II.  The Asphalt Crew uses approximately 370 tons of asphalt per year to effect road repairs and seals 40 lane miles of pavement with a chip-seal application. The asphalt crew repairs over 70,000 square feet of utility cuts, and fills thousands of pot holes in a year. The Concrete Crew performs small structural construction and maintenance. They repair over 6,000 square feet of hazardous sidewalk annually and construct drainage boxes, curb and gutter etc.  The Roadside crew maintains roadway shoulders and drainage ways.  Roadside maintains 181 miles of storm drain throughout the city along with 9,299 catch basins, and drainage structures. They install approximately 1,500 feet of storm drain pipe annually. They also provide maintenance of the storm drain system including open channels and river ways.  This adds up to over 1,300 acres of weed abatement, they are currently engaged in a coordinated effort to eradicate 1,500 acres of tamarisk trees from the city’s open space. These speci...
The St. George 911 Communications Center is the dispatch center for every police, fire and ambulance agency in the county as well as being the 911 center for the public. Thousands of 911 calls are received as well as many more non-emergency calls and these are all disseminated from our Communications Center to the appropriate agency. The St. Geore 911 Communications Center has enhanced 911 capability which provides greater service to the citizens that we serve. The non-emergency line for St. George is 435-627-4301 and should be used to request an officer for a report, to report suspicious people or vehicles and any other occurrence that is non-life threatening. Things of an emergency nature where injury or death could be the result should be a 911 call to the Communications Center.    Non-Emergency Numbers St. George City,  435-627-4300 Washington County Sheriff’s Office,  435-634-5730 Hurricane City, 435-627-4900 Washington City, 435-627-4901 Washington County Burn Permit Website
The Prosecutor, under the direction of the City Attorney and with assistance from the support staff, performs professional duties as required to carry out the efficient and effective prosecution of ci...
In 1965 St. George began to take off as a tourism destination with the construction of the area’s first 9-hole golf course, Dixie Red Hills, which is located behind the large red bluff at the corner of Sunset Boulevard and Bluff Street. Since that time, 12 additional golf courses were built in Washington County and the area has since taken on the nick name of “The Palm Springs of Utah” largely due to the number of golf courses and vacation resort developments.    Also in the 1960’s, as more vehicles with air-conditioning were available for sale and home cooling units became more affordable, people who once considered St. George inhospitable or hostile due to its extreme summer temperatures began to plan vacations to the area and many ended up establishing a permanent residence in southwestern Utah.    Today St. George is the largest city in Washington County and the eighth-largest city in Utah. Its metropolitan area is home to nearly 160,000 residents. It has consistently ranked as one of the fastest growing...
St. George City Clean-up Day will be Saturday, September 30, 2017, from 7:00 a.m. to noon.  Dumpsters will be placed at the following locations and backhoes will be available on that morning to help residents load items into the dumpsters.   Downtown                                                               JC Snow Park (South End) - 300 East 900 South   Bloomington Hills Bloomington Hills Drive @ Tamarisk   Bloomington                                                           Bloomington Park                                                       Middleton Middleton Park   Panorama                                                                  2450 East Park @130 North 2450 East                  Dixie Downs 2000 North Snow Canyon Parkway   Sun River Corner of Sun River Parkway and Pioneer Road   DUMPSTERS - PLEASE DO NOT DUMP TIRES OR PETROLEUM PRODUCTS.  NO COMMERCIAL DUMPING is permitted in the dumpsters.    LARGE ITEM PICKUP - Residents who need help hauling large or odd shaped items can contact Blanca Hone at 435-627-4113, Monday, September 25th to Friday, September 29th, to make arrangements for pickup.  Paint cans will be accepted if the paint is dry or dirt has been added to the can.  Rechargeable batteries will be accepted, regular batteries need to be taken to the landfill (call 435-674-7623 for more information).   REPUBLIC WASTE - If you have a REFRIGERATOR OR FREEZER for pickup, call Republic Waste at 435-628-2821.  There is a charge to drain the Freon (per federal regulation).    ST. GEORGE REUSE CENTER, 575 EAST BRIGHAM ROAD   The City Reuse Center is open Monday through Friday 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Saturday from 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.  There is no charge for dumping green waste materials.  The Reuse Center cannot accept palm frond, oleander or similar stringy materials (call 703-0104 with any questions).
...ent web site. St. George is located in the southwest corner of Utah with I-15 running through our city. St.George borders Arizona on the south with th...
...omers, including residential and commercial, with a current annual peak of 188 MW. SGESD offers twenty-four hour dispatch service for maintenance and ...
... fare required. Drivers cannot make change. CASH FARES Regular: $1.00*Discount: $.50*Discount for seniors (65+), persons with disabilities and Medicare cardholders.Children: FreeUnder 6 years, when accompanied by a fare-paying adult  Fixed-route Bus Passes If you ride the bus regularly, you may want to buy a pass. We have several types of passes which will save you time and money. The following passes are available for use on fixed-route buses only.   ONE-DAY PASS – Good for unlimited rides for a single day. $2.50   MONTH PASS – Good for unlimited rides during the calendar month. $30.00   10-RIDE CARD – Good for 10 one-way trips. No expiration date. Regular  $10.00 - Discount $5.00 (Discount 10 ride cards are for persons who are 65+, Medicare Card holders or persons who have a qualifying disability.)   SEMESTER PASS – Good for unlimited rides for one semester. Fall and Spring Semesters                                                                                                                                          $90.00 Summer Semester                                                                                                                                                      $45.00 (Dixie State University students, staff, and faculty ride by showing the driver a valid DSU ID)   Paratransit Bus Passes Those who have a qualifying disability and have been preapproved may buy passes available from the Paratransit driver. 10-Trip Pass. No expiration date.      $18.00 Paratransit One-way Trip Fare  $2.00   Where to Buy Your...
Question: What is an inoperable vehicle? 
Answer: The city ordinance states that a vehicle with mechanical or structural defect or does not have current registration displayed on the vehicle, and can't be driven legally on city streets is inoperable.
Question: Can I have chickens or rabbits at my home?
Answer: The City allows chickens (hens only) and rabbits in residential zones if the lot is 10,000 square feet or larger. Go to city ordinace 10-7B-2 for more information.
Question: Do I need a permit to install a fence or wall on my property?
Answer: Yes, a permit is required. For more information on approved fences, walls, and the regulations that govern installation, please see City ordinance number 10-18-7 and 10-18-5. 
Question: What are the 4 hour reservation time blocks?
Answer: 7:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.;  12:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.;  and 5:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.
Question: What are the 4 hour reservation time blocks?
Answer: 7:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.;  12:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.;  and 5:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.
Question: What are the 4 hour reservation time blocks?
Answer: 7:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.;  12:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.;  and 5:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.
Question: What hours are the City parks open?
Answer: Parks are open sunrise to 10:00 p.m., except in those areas posted with alternative hours or if extended hours were approved for a city approved event.
Question: What hours are the City parks open?
Answer: Parks are open sunrise to 10:00 p.m., except in those areas posted with alternative hours or if extended hours were approved for a city approved event.
Question: What are the 4 hour reservation time blocks?
Answer: 7:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.;  12:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.;  and 5:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.
Question: What hours are the City parks open?
Answer: Parks are open sunrise to 10:00 p.m., except in those areas posted with alternative hours or if extended hours were approved for a city approved event.
Question: Should I report possible crimes to the City Attorney's Office?
Answer: No. Reports of possible crimes should be made to the St. George City Police Department, (435) 627-4301, 265 N. 200 E. St. George, UT 84770. 
Question: Can the City Attorney's Office represent private citizens who do not have funds to hire a private attorney?
Answer: No, the City Attorney's Office may not represent individuals in private legal matters. The City Attorney's client is St. George City Corporation as a municipal government, not individual members of the public. There are many ways to find a lawyer to represent you. One, you may want to consider, is the lawyer referral service named Legal Match (www.utahbar.org and click on "Find a lawyer" or 1-866-678-5342). The City does not endorse Legal Match and provides this information solely as a convenience to you.
Question: What hours are the City parks open?
Answer: Parks are open sunrise to 10:00 p.m., except in those areas posted with alternative hours or if extended hours were approved for a city approved event.
...sp;Bicycle Patrol The bicycle patrol unit was formed in the summer of 1997 with the purpose in mind of addressing all "quality of life" issues th...
Question: Should I report possible City code violations to the City Attorney's office?
Answer: Yes. Reports of possible building, housing or zoning code violations should be made to the St. George Code Enforcement, (435) 627-4450 (Jeff) or (435) 627-4429 (Malcolm), 175 E. 200 N. St. George, UT 84770.
Question: What is an arraignment?
Answer: This is the first court appearance for any traffic or other municipal code violation. At this hearing, the Municipal Court Judge will hear all cases scheduled for that day's docket. Defendants appearing that day will be advised of their rights and given the opportunity to plead guilty or not guilty. Those entering guilty pleas will be assessed court fees and fines, pay for any damages caused by their actions, and their case will be at an end. Those entering not guilty pleas will be assigned another court date for a Pre-trial of their case. The Pre-Trial is the first opportunity the Defendant has to discuss their case with a Prosecuting Attorney.
Peter Cottontail is coming to Tonaquint Park on Monday, April 10! The hunt is open for kids ages 2-8 years old. Kids can start check in and pick up their bag and craft at 5:15 pm. Peter will be at the park starting at 5:15 pm to take pictures. The Hunt will begin at 6 pm sharp!   The Cot...
Question: Can I speak with a Prosecuting Attorney before I come to Court? 
Answer: Do you have a court appointed attorney or have hired an attorney? If so, your lawyer represents you. The prosecutor represents the St. George City. It would be unethical for the prosecutor to speak directly with you about any situation regarding your case. For your protection, the prosecution isn't allowed to talk to you without your attorney present. Whatever you need to communicate to the prosecutor can be done by your attorney. Are you a defendant? If you are a defendant with a traffic ticket, it is necessary to wait for the Pre-Trial date issued by the Court before speaking to a Prosecuting Attorney. If I am the parent of a Defendant, can I speak to the Prosecuting Attorney? That depends. If the Defendant over the age of 18 (as of today's date) and graduated from High School then No. Your son and/or daughter are of legal age and the prosecutor can only speak to them or their attorney regarding their allegations. If the Defendant is currently 18 years old or younger and still in High School then the prosecuting attorney may speak to the parents as long as the Defendant is on the phone with them. 
...orge adjacent to the St. George Leisure Services Recreation Center. This 4 1/2 acre park includes a gazebo, four separate picnic areas, restroom facil...
Question: What are the 4 hour reservation time blocks?
Answer: 7:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.;  12:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.;  and 5:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.
Question: What are the payment procedures?
Answer: Your utility bill should be paid by the due date shown on the bill to maintain a good credit standing with the City of St. George - Utilities. Payments may be made through the mail or at our office at 175 E. 200 N., St. George through either our 24-hour drop box, drive-up from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., or in our lobby from 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Payments can also be made through our website, but a fee of $1.25 per payment is charged by the website provider. We also offer an Electronic Fund Transfer payment plan. If your account is delinquent and scheduled for shut-off, payment must be made at our office, otherwise, payments may also be made at the following St. George bank locations.   Drop-Off Locations for Utility Payments Cache Valley Bank 294 E. Tabernacle  
...sent along with the changes made to the ordinances by the first of March 2018, along with any payment deadline if appropriate. The City is extending 2017 home occupation business licenses to April 1, 2018 so you do not need to renew your license at this time.  For th...
Sunbrook Golf Course is right in town and has a great variety of what the Red Rock Golf Trail has to offer. Play from the top of the bluffs to the desert floor.  Shoot through black lava rock and...
...rses in the area. Southgate has undergone extensive redesign over the past 15 years. The front nine meanders along the beautiful Santa Clara River whi...
Question: What hours are the City parks open?
Answer: Parks are open sunrise to 10:00 p.m., except in those areas posted with alternative hours or if extended hours were approved for a city approved event.
Question: Do you have junior rates?  
Answer: Yes.  $10 per 9 holes. 
...onsist of a full banquet at the Dixie Center on Saturday Night, March 3, 2018 at 7 pm. This will include dinner, an awards ceremony, slideshow, and a prize drawing! Additional Banquet tickets are available for purchase from the St. George Recreation Center (285 S. 400 E.) or at the captain's meeting. Prices are as follows: $12 for children (6-18yrs) and $15 for adults (19 & up). Kids 5 and under are free. If seats are available, you may purchase tickets at the door. Captains' Meeting: will take place during Packet Pickup on Friday, March 3rd, 2018 from 6-8 pm. Packet pickup will be from 6-9pm at the St. George Rec...
...e Leisure Services Office, 220 North 200 East.  Guests can pick from 1 of 4 nights to attend.  
Question: What do if I have a warrant? 
Answer: If you have a warrant please contact the Court that the warrant was issued from. The Prosecuting Attorney cannot do anything with you case until the warrant has been resolved and/or a hearing has been scheduled. 
Philosophy: The St. George Youth City Council (YCC) is a self-directed group of teens who are charged with representing and advocating for youth to St. George's City Government and advocating for yo...
Question: How can I understand which documents are required for a seemless payment?
Answer: Click HERE for "A Vendor's Guide on Doing Business with the City of St. George"
Question: If I submit an invoice, when can I expect payment?
Answer: Please allow 15-30 days for processing. Checks are issued every week. All invoices should contain a Purchase Order # along with any applicable documentation for payment (e.g. "certificate of Legal Work Status" and "Waiver and Release of Payment" on construction projects)
Question: What are the 4 hour reservation time blocks?
Answer: 7:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.;  12:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.;  and 5:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.
Question: How do I change the address on my account?
Answer: Your account actually has two addresses on it: 1) the mailing address which is where your bill is sent and 2) the service address which is where the utility services are being used. You can change the mailing address by noting your new mailing address on the remittance portion of your bill or by calling customer service at (435) 627-4700. However, if you are changing the service address, you must come into the City Offices and complete a new Application for Utility Services. 
Question: How do I sign up for utility services?
Answer: Customers are required to complete an Application for Utility Services. Each applicant must provide a current drivers license or other valid state issued identification, passport, or ID card. We request advance notice of two (2) working days for connection of services. Connections are provided Monday through Friday only. Property owners can submit applications via fax or email, but renters need to apply in person at 175 E 200 N. during normal business hours, to pay their deposit.
Question: Is there a connection fee?
Answer: The City of St George charges a $25 connection fee per meter. This fee is reduced to $10 per meter if the services are on and we are just reading the meter to start a new account. Connections done outside of normal business hours (Monday-Friday 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM) are assessed a $35 after-hours fee.  
10 vs. 10 played on the little league baseball fields. 7 games (7 weeks) plus a si...
Question: If my account is scheduled for disconnection due to nonpayment, is there anything I can do to avoid disruption of service?
Answer: Yes, the City works with customers to avoid disconnecting utility services. You may make arrangements to pay your bill in installments. Arrangements are required to be in writing at our offices at 175 E. 200 N., St. George and therefore will not be accepted over the telephone. Customers are allowed one arrangement per year. Late charges will continue to be charged until the account is paid to a current status. In order to avoid a reconnection charge, we also recommend that you make arrangements prior to the date your services are scheduled for disconnection. Services will be disconnected if the conditions of the agreement are not kept. 
Question: Do I have to pay a deposit?
Answer: Customers who are renting their residence are required to pay a $125 security deposit. The full amount of the deposit is required prior to initiation of services. The deposit will be refunded to you at the end of three (3) years history of timely payments. You may also transfer the deposit to your new residence or apply the deposit to your closing bill upon disconnection of services. The City pays interest at 2% annually on your deposit. 
Question: What is the customer service charge of $15.65 on my electrical bill?
Answer: This monthly charge covers the City's fixed costs such as making the service available upon demand, meter reading, billing, and maintenance of meters and services.   
...tle Dale, Utah following her great grandparent's migration from Germany in 1884. The small city of St. George became a stopping place for Karen, who as a baby regularly visited her grandparents and family. St. George continued to a favorite stopping place following her marriage to Ed. He and Karen moved to St. George permanently in 2000. Ed is a graduate of Fullerton Junior College and earned a Bachelors Degree from Cal-State University Fullerton, California. Ed began his public service career in municipal government serving as a law enforcement officer. Ed enjoyed a second career in county government where he was charged with fiduciary and ministerial responsibilities in caring for the elderly and those deemed unable to care for themselves under court appointed conservatorships. During the course of 50 years of public service Ed has joined with associates in establishing many meaningful public service activities and organizations contributing to the wellbeing of the community. Upon becoming a St. George resident Ed continued to exercise his penchant for public service as a substitute school teacher at local high schools and has for over a dozen years, regularly attended city council meetings with the objective of reporting on the workings of Municipal and County Government endeavoring to keep the public educated and informed. Ed has proclaimed that the sentiments expressed by patriot Patrick Henry, "The Liberties of a people never were, nor ever will be, secured, when the transactions of their rulers may be concealed from them," will continue to be the guiding light throughout his tenure on the St. George City Council. Ed has expressed his gratitude for the opportunity to serve and humbly recognizes the gift of trust and acceptance extended by his fellow citizens. "I am forever grateful to my parents for having instilled in me the recognition of what it means to be part of the American Family here in St. George and give thanks to my Heavenly Father for this Blessing." Ed and Karen have two children, eight grandchildren and seven great grandchildren, four of which were born in St. George. Ed is committed to maintaining the cultural values which have made this community so great and in supporting the Constitution of the United States of America. Council Member Ed Baca's current term expires December 31, 2019.
Question: What type of event is considered to be a “Special Event”?
Answer: A special event is typically a one-time event such as a sports tournament, concert, walk or run in a park/trail. A park reservation AND a Special Event Permit are required to hold this type of event in a park or on a trail. To have a special event you must first make the park or trail reservation and then contact Karen Roundy at (435) 627-4712 to obtain the Special Event Permit.
Question: How do I change my court date? 
Answer: If you are not available for the date you were assigned you will need to contact the court where your case is being processed and ask them how to continue your court date. If you received a citation or were arrested by one of the following agencies.....You must send notice to the following prosecutor: ANY TICKETS NOT WRITTEN IN ST GEORGE CITY by the:Sheriff's OfficeUtah Highway PatrolWildlife ResourcesPark and RecreationWashington County Attorney's OfficeJustice Court Prosecutor33 N 100 W, Suite 200St. George, Utah 84770(435) 634-5723Fax: (435) 634-5720ANY TICKETS WRITTEN IN ST GEORGE CITY by the:St. George Police DepartmentDixie State UniversityPort of EntrySheriff's OfficeUtah Highway PatrolSt. George City AttorneyJustice Court Prosecutor175 East 200 NorthSt. George, Utah 84770(435) 627-4600Fax: (435) 627-4260SPRINGDALE POLICEROCKVILLEVIRGINMarshall McConkieCall for mailing address(435) 313-2631If you were cited on SR59 between mile markers 3 through 12, please send notice toRobert CossonApple Valley Prosecutor1777 N Meadow Lark DrApple Valley, UT 84737(435) 574-1397
Question: How do I expunge my record?
Answer: You can obtain an expungement packet from the Washington County Justice Court for all cases that were handled in our Court only. Please contact the Court for the packet or visit the Expungement Info section. It includes instructions and three forms that will need to be filled out by the appropriate parties. There is a total fee of $165 that will need to be paid to the Court. If the charge being expunged was originally dismissed there is no fee. Please be aware of the following time frames: Dismissals: 30 days from Closing date of the case. You may begin expungement proceedings, but the charge won't be expunged until 30 days have run from the date of closing. On most other cases, you must wait three (3) years from the case closing date with the EXCEPTION of Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol or Drugs and Alcohol Related Reckless convictions. The time period on those types of charges are ten (10) years from the closing date of the case. If you have any other questions regarding expungements, please contact the Court. 
Question: How do I apply for Traffic school? 
Answer: The St. George City Attorney's Office offers traffic school for minor moving violations. Taking traffic school can keep points off your record and your insurance rates lower. Go to www.sgcity.org/trafficschool, select your language preference, and fill out the easy step-by-step application process. About Traffic School Languages: English and SpanishTotal Cost: $70.00 + Ticket Fine AmountNon-refundable.Schedule: Always availableLocation: www.sgcity.org/trafficschool Duration: Approximately 4 hoursNote: You may log in and out as often as necessary to complete the course. Questions about Traffic School Do not call the Court in reference to traffic school. For any questions relating to traffic school, call the Traffic School Helpline at 1-888-312-6552 or contact the City of St. George Legal Department at 435-627-4600. How long to I have to complete traffic school? If you are approved to take the course you must complete it within 30 days from approval. If I have paid for my ticket can I apply for Traffic School? NO! If you pay your ticket with Justice Court before applying or taking the traffic school course you will NOT be eligible for the course. 
Question: What hours are the City parks open?
Answer: Parks are open sunrise to 10:00 p.m., except in those areas posted with alternative hours or if extended hours were approved for a city approved event.
Youth Coed Rugby Clinic for ages 7-14. This is a learning camp with instruction using High School rules. Each participant will receive their own Rugby ball to keep. Register in the age division as of September 1, 2017. For boys and girls ages 7-14
Question: Can I pay my bill through an equal payment plan?
Answer: Yes, residential customers can now take the guesswork out of budgeting for your utility bill. Hot summers, cold winters. Sometimes it is hard to predict what your utility bill will be each month. With the budget plan you pay an equal amount each month. A budget plan account will average your previous 12 months billings, and you make twelve equal monthly payments based on this average. This plan is only available with the Electronic Funds Transfer or Credit Card auto-pay option and enables you to better budget your financial affairs. You know exactly how much will be deducted from your bank account each month. If you would like to participate in the City of St. George Equal Pay (Budget) Plan, please contact a Customer Service Representative at 435-627-4700 and request an application, or applications are available at our offices located at 175 E. 200 N., St. George, Utah.
...adapted High School rules. 8 games. Leagues Offered: Boys and Girls ages 5-15 years old. Games are played at local schools around the city that are provided to the recreation department through the school district. Please register your child in the age division of their age as of September 1st, 2017. Teams will be made and rosters/schedules emailed out by the end of business day December 29th, 2017.
... to help run a great program. Register in the age division as of September 1, 2018. Teams will be made and rosters/schedules will be emailed out by end of business day August 3rd, 2018. There will be a coaches meeting for coaches on August 7th, 2018.  
Question: How can I report dogs running loose in my neighborhood?
Answer: Animal control is the responsibility of the St. George Police and you can reach the Animal Control department at 435-627-4301. If it is after hours, you may call the St. George Police Dispatch at 435-627-4301
Question: What hours are the City parks open?
Answer: Parks are open sunrise to 10:00 p.m., except in those areas posted with alternative hours or if extended hours were approved for a city approved event.
...  There are three new ways to find your next bus. It’s easy as 1, 2, or 3 1) Text “suntran (number on the stop)” to 41411. Ding! In seconds you get a text back that gives the estimated time the n...
Question: What type of event is considered to be a “Special Event”?
Answer: A special event is typically a one-time event such as a sports tournament, concert, walk or run in a park/trail. A park reservation AND a Special Event Permit are required to hold this type of event in a park or on a trail. To have a special event you must first make the park or trail reservation and then contact Karen Roundy at (435) 627-4712 to obtain the Special Event Permit.
Question: What type of event is considered to be a “Special Event”?
Answer: A special event is typically a one-time event such as a sports tournament, concert, walk or run in a park/trail. A park reservation AND a Special Event Permit are required to hold this type of event in a park or on a trail. To have a special event you must first make the park or trail reservation and then contact Karen Roundy at (435) 627-4712 to obtain the Special Event Permit.
...e country including the City of St. George. Currently the City owns around 10 wells that have arsenic concentrations that exceed the new standard of 10 ppb. According to the State Division of Drinking Water, we can meet this rule by a variety of ways including; blending the higher arsenic sources with low arsenic sources; using higher arsenic sources during high demand times of the year and lower arsenic sources during off peak season to achieve a yearly average concentration. After testing all of our wells for the past few years on a biweekly basis we have developed a blending and averaging plan that will meet the new arsenic standard. This will involve installing a new pipeline to bring water from the Quail Creek Drinking Water Plant to the Gunlock and Snow Canyon Sources. We will also be operating our wells in such a mannor that the yearly average concentration will be under 10 ppb of arsenic. The City of St. George is committed to protecting the public health and to compling with all State and Federal Drinking Water Standards, however, the City has explored the valitidy of this new standard with great concern over possible increased costs. We support the Drinking Water Board in its implimentation of this new rule and have determined that a yearly blending and sample averaging is a sensible and cost effective approach to meeting the new standard. Current research regarding arsenic health effects in relation to concentration suggests that the blending and sample averaging plan poses no health effects to the public.    E.P.A. Arsenic Facts These excerpts have been taken from the E.P.A. Federal Register. For a full version of the article please visit; E.P.A. Federal Register "No human studies of sufficient statistical power or scope have examined whether consumption of arsenic in drinking water at the current MCL results in an increased incidence of cancer or noncancer effects (NRC, 1999, pg. 7)." There have only been a few studies of inorganic arsenic exposure via drinking water in the U.S., and most have not considered cancer as an endpoint. People have written EPA asking that the new MCL be set considering that these U.S. studies have not seen increases in cancers at the low levels of arsenic exposure in U.S. drinking water. A large number of adverse noncarcinogenic effects have been reported in humans after exposure to drinking water highly contaminated with inorganic arsenic. The earliest and most prominent changes are in the skin, e.g., hyper pigmentation and keratoses (callus-like growths). Other effects that have been reported include alterations in gastrointestinal, cardiovascular, hematological (e.g., anemia), pulmonary, neurological, immunological and reproductive/developmental function (ATSDR, 1998). The most common symptoms of inorganic arsenic exposure appear on the skin and occur after 5-15 years of exposure equivalent to 700 µg/day for a 70 kg adult, or within 6 months to 3 years at exposures equivalent to 2,800 µg/day for a 70 kg adult (pg. 131 NRC, 1999). They include alterations in pigmentation and the development of keratoses which are localized primarily on the palms of the hands, the soles of the feet and the torso. The presence of hyper pigmentation and keratoses on parts of the body not exposed to the sun is characteristic of arsenic exposure (Yeh, 1973, Tseng, 1977). The same alterations have been reported in patients treated with Fowler's solution (1% potassium arsenite; Cuzick et al., 1982), used for asthma, psoriasis, rheumatic fever, leukemia, fever, pain, and as a tonic (WHO 1981 and NRC 1999). Although peripheral neuropathy (numbness, muscle weakness, tremors, ATSDR 1998) may be present after exposure to short-term, high doses of inorganic arsenic (Buchanan, 1962; Tay and Seah, 1975), there are no studies that definitely document this effect after exposure to levels of less than levels (50 µg/L) of inorganic arsenic in drinking water. There have been a few, scattered reports in the literature that inorganic arsenic can affect reproduction and development in humans (Borzysonyi et al., 1992; Desi et al., 1992; Tabacova et al., 1994). After reviewing the available literature on arsenic and reproductive effects, the National Research Council panel (NRC 1999) wrote that ``nothing conclusive can be stated from these studies.'' Based on the studies mentioned in this section, it is evident that inorganic arsenic contamination of drinking water can cause dermal and internal cancers, affect the GI system, alter cardiovascular function, and increase risk of diabetes, based on studies of people exposed to drinking water well above the current arsenic MCL. EPA's MCL is chosen to be protective of the general population within an acceptable risk range, not at levels at which adverse health effects are routinely seen (see section III.F.7. on risk considerations). In terms of implications for the risk assessment, the panel noted that risk per unit dose estimates from human studies can be biased either way. For the Taiwanese study, the ``* * * biases associated with the use of average doses and with the attribution of all increased risk to arsenic would both lead to an overestimation of risk (US EPA, 1997d, page 31). May 1999 Utah Mortality Study EPA scientists conducted an epidemiological study of 4,058 Mormons exposed to arsenic in drinking water in seven communities in Millard County, Utah (Lewis et al., 1999). The 151 samples from their public and private drinking water sources had arsenic concentrations ranging from 4 to 620 µg/L with seven mean (arithmetic average) community exposure concentrations of 18 to 191 µg/L and all seven community exposure medians (mid-point of arsenic values) 200 µg/L. Observed causes of death in the study group (numbering 2,203) were compared to those expected from the same causes based upon death rates for the general white male and female population of Utah. Several factors suggest that the study population may not be representative of the rest of the United States. The Mormon church, the predominant religion in Utah, prohibits smoking and consumption of alcohol and caffeine. Utah had the lowest statewide smoking rates in the U.S. from 1984 to 1996, ranging from 13 to 17%. Mormon men had about half the cancers related to smoking (mouth, larynx, lung, esophagus, and bladder cancers) as the U.S. male population from 1971 to 1985 (Lyon et al., 1994). The Utah study population was relatively small (4,000 persons) and primarily English, Scottish, and Scandinavian in ethnic background. While the study population males had a significantly higher risk of prostate cancer mortality, females had no significant excess risk of cancer mortality at any site. Millard County subjects had higher mortality from kidney cancer, but this was not statistically significant. Both males and females in the study group had less risk of bladder, digestive system and lung cancer mortality than the general Utah population. The Mormon females had lower death rates from breast and female genital cancers than the State rate. These decreased death rates were not statistically significant. Although deaths due to hypertensive heart disease were roughly twice as high as expected in both sexes, increases in death did not relate to increases in dose, calculated as the years of exposure times the median arsenic concentration. The Utah data indicate that heart disease should be considered in the evaluation of potential benefits of U.S. regulation. Vascular effects have also been reported as an effect of arsenic exposure in studies in the U.S. (Engel et al. 1994), Taiwan (Wu et al., 1989) and Chile (Borgono et al., 1977). The overall evidence indicating an association of various vascular diseases with arsenic exposure supports consideration of this endpoint in evaluation of potential noncancer health benefits of arsenic exposure reduction. Study of Bladder and Kidney Cancer in Finland Kurttio et al. (1999) conducted a case-cohort design study of 61 bladder and 49 kidney cancer cases and 275 controls to evaluate the risk of these diseases with respect to arsenic drinking water concentrations. In this study the median exposure was 0.1 µg/L, the maximum reported was 64 µg/L, and 1% of the exposure was greater than 10 µg/L. The authors reported that very low concentrations of arsenic in drinking water were significantly associated with being a case of bladder cancer when exposure occurred 2-9 years prior to diagnosis. Arsenic exposure occurring greater than 10 years prior to diagnosis was not associated with bladder cancer risk. Arsenic was not associated with kidney cancer risk even after consideration of a latency period. The NRC report examined the question of essentiality of arsenic in the human diet. It found no information on essentiality in humans and only data in experimental animals suggesting growth promotion (arsenicals are fed to livestock for this reason). Inorganic arsenic has not been found to be essential for human well-being or involved in any required biochemical pathway. Given this and the fact that arsenic occurs naturally in food, consideration of essentiality is not necessary for public health decisions about water. The NRC report concluded: ``For arsenic carcinogenicity, the mode of action has not been established, but the several modes of action that are considered plausible (namely, indirect mechanisms of mutagenicity) would lead to a sublinear dose-response curve at some point below the point at which a significant increase in tumors is observed. * * * However, because a specific mode (or modes) of action has not yet been identified, it is prudent not to rule out the possibility of a linear response.'' Given the current outstanding questions about human risk at low levels of exposure, decisions about safe levels are public health policy judgments. Risk Characterization In 1983 the National Academy of Sciences (NAS, 1983) defined risk assessment as containing four steps: hazard identification, dose- response assessment, exposure assessment, and risk characterization. Risk characterization is the process of estimating the health effects based on evaluating the available research, extrapolating to estimate health effects at exposure levels, and characterizing uncertainties. In risk management, regulatory agencies such as EPA evaluate alternatives and select the regulatory action. Risk management considers ``political, social, economic, and engineering information'' using value judgments to consider ``the acceptability of risk and the reasonableness of the costs of control (NAS, 1983).'' Unlike most chemicals, there is a large data base on the effects of arsenic on humans. Inorganic arsenic is a human poison, and oral or inhalation exposure to the chemical can induce many adverse health conditions in humans. Specifically oral exposure to inorganic arsenic in drinking water has been reported to cause many different human illnesses, including cancer and noncancer effects, as described in Section III. The NRC panel (1999) reviewed the inorganic arsenic health effects data base. The panel members concluded that the studies from Taiwan provided the current best available data for the risk assessment of inorganic arsenic-induced cancer. (There are corroborating studies from Argentina and Chile.) They obtained more detailed Taiwanese internal cancer data and modeled the data using the multistage Weibull model and a Poisson regression model. Three Poisson data analyses showed a 1% response level of male bladder cancer at approximately 400 µg of inorganic arsenic/L. The 1% level was used as a Point of Departure (POD) for extrapolating to exposure levels outside the range of observed data. For an agent that is either acting by reacting directly with DNA or whose mode of action has not been sufficiently characterized, EPA's public health policy is to assume that dose and response will be proportionate as dose decreases (linearity of the extrapolated dose- response curve). This is a science policy approach to provide a public health conservative assessment of risk. The dose-response relationship is extrapolated by taking a straight line from the POD rather than by attempting to extend the model used for the observed range. This approach was adopted by the NRC report which additionally noted that using this approach for arsenic data provides results with alternative models that are consistent at doses below the observed range whereas extending the alternative models below the observed range gives inconsistent results. Drawing a straight line from the POD to zero gives a risk of 1 to 1.5 per 1,000 at the current MCL of 50 µg/ L. Since some studies show that lung cancer deaths may be 2- to 5-fold higher than bladder cancer deaths, the combined cancer risk could be even greater. The NRC panel also noted that the MCL of 50 µg/L is less than 10-fold lower than the 1% response level for male bladder cancer. Based on its review, the consensus opinion of the NRC panel was that the current MCL of 50 µg/L does not meet the EPA's goal of public-health protection. Their report recommended that EPA lower the MCL as soon as possible. A factor that could modify the degree of individual response to inorganic arsenic is its metabolism. There is ample evidence (NRC, 1999) that the quantitative patterns of inorganic arsenic methylation vary ...
Question: What is the banquet? When is it?
Answer: The banquet is the reception for the Lake to Lake participants that follow the event on Saturday. It is at the Dixie Convention Center. There will be food, awards ceremony, prize drawings and a slideshow.  Each person registered gets a banquet ticket. Additional tickets can be purchased ahead of time at the St. George Recreation Center, at the Captain's Meeting, and if there are enough seats available, at the door to the event. Prices: 5 and under, free; 6-18 years old, $12; over 18, $15. 
...line (ranging from 2-inch to 72-inch in diameter), 22 water storage tanks, 16 booster pump stations, 23 wells, and over 15,000 valves. Approximately 50 million gallons of water are delivered to our customers during ta peak summer day, and nearly 10 billion gallons are delivered on an annual basis.    The cul...
Question: What are the 4 hour reservation time blocks?
Answer: 7:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.;  12:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.;  and 5:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.
Question: Can I have a team of fewer than 5 runners?
Answer: Yes. The maximum number of people on one team is 5 for adults, 10 for children. You can have less than that on your team but the price will remain the same. 
Question: Are There Any Car Rental Agencies at the Airport?
Answer: Avis: 435-627-2002 Budget: 435-673-6825 Enterprise: 435-673-5647 Hertz: 435-652-9941   
Question: What type of event is considered to be a “Special Event”?
Answer: A special event is typically a one-time event such as a sports tournament, concert, walk or run in a park/trail. A park reservation AND a Special Event Permit are required to hold this type of event in a park or on a trail. To have a special event you must first make the park or trail reservation and then contact Karen Roundy at (435) 627-4712 to obtain the Special Event Permit.
Question: Do you have junior rates?
Answer: Yes.  $10 per 9 holes. 
  Adult: $10 (day pass); $25 (tournament pass) Child (3-18): $3 (day pass); $5 (tournament pass)
Question: Where are you located?  
Answer: 1975 S. Tonaquint Drive     
Question: How far out can we make a tee time? 
Answer: Here are the booking policies for all 4 courses: Sunbrook Golf Club: 60 days in advance Southgate Golf Club: 14 days in advance St. George Golf Club: 14 days in advance Dixie Red Hills: 30 days in advance Tee times can be made by calling golf courses or online at www.stgeorgecitygolf.com. 
Question: What type of event is considered to be a “Special Event”?
Answer: A special event is typically a one-time event such as a sports tournament, concert, walk or run in a park/trail. A park reservation AND a Special Event Permit are required to hold this type of event in a park or on a trail. To have a special event you must first make the park or trail reservation and then contact Karen Roundy at (435) 627-4712 to obtain the Special Event Permit.
Question: When do I receive my child’s jersey?
Answer: For youth basketball, you must purchase a Jr. Jazz Jersey for $12.00 at the Recreation Center. 
Question: What are the 4 hour reservation time blocks?
Answer: 7:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.;  12:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.;  and 5:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.
Question: How Do I Make Reservations for a Flight out of the St. George Airport? 
Answer: Contact the airlines directly to make reservations. Telephone numbers are listed below :  United Airlines: 1-800-864-8331 (for flights to Denver) Delta Airlines: 1-800-221-1212 (for flights to Salt Lake City) 
Question: What area does the City Power Company serve?
Answer: The City Power Company service territory is roughly the area of the City north of the Virgin River.  The area of the City south of the Virgin River was annexed during the 1980’s.  At that time it was served by Dixie Power and continues to be served by that utility today.  
Question: What are the 4 hour reservation time blocks?
Answer: 7:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.;  12:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.;  and 5:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.
Question: What do I do if I have a leak? 
Answer: Finding a leak can be difficult. There are some things to check:    - Is there a place in the lawn or landscape that is particularly wet or soft when the rest of the landscape is dry?    - Do you see any irrigation heads leaking while the system is turned off?    - Check the toilets- one of the most frequently unnoticed leaks. Toilets can lose up to 100 gallons a day. Add a few drops of food coloring to the toilet tank. Don't flush the toilet for 15 to 20 minutes. If the color shows up in the bowl, the toilet is leaking. Generally it is the flapper that needs to be replaced. Some homeowners can replace this part themselves, be sure to purchase a flapper for your specific toilet model. If you are not comfortable making this repair, call a licensed and bonded plumber.    - Check water faucets and outside spigots for drips. Washers may need to be replaced.    - Check under sinks for leaking pipes.    - If you cannot locate the leak, contact a properly licensed and bonded plumber or landscape professional for additional assistance.
Question: Can you register the day of the event?
Answer: Yes. On-site registration begins at 5:15 pm. However, a craft is NOT guaranteed.
Question: Do all the age categories start at the same time?
Answer: No. The 2 & under start at 6:00 pm and then the next age group will begin at 6:15 pm and a few minutes between the following categories
Question: What is the hardness of my water and what number of grains should I set on the water softener?
Answer: Generally, water softeners should be set at 18 grains and adjusted higher if needed. The highest it should be set is 22 grains. Keep in mind the lower the grains the less salt or potassium is needed to soften your water. The salt and/or potassium becomes concentrated in the waste water used to soften water and becomes part of the sewage transmitted to the Waste Water Treatment Plant (WWTP). This significantly increases the total dissolved solids (TDS) in the waste water and is not something that can be removed in the waste water treatment process.  Because some of the treated effluent is used for irrigation water, the high TDS lowers the water quality as many plants are sensitive to the higher salt levels. By setting your water softener to the lowest grains needed, the quality of reuse water used for irrigation is improved.
Question: How can I report illegal activity in my neigborhood?
Answer: There are two ways to report illegal activity. You can call the St. George Police Dispatch at 435 627-4300 and they will have you talk to a police officer.    If you wish to remain anonymous, you may call the Anonymous Tips line at 435-688-8477. If you choose to leave the information anonymously, please remember, the success of the action taken will rely on the information you give. In other words, the more information you give, the better the chance the crime will be solved. If you choose to leave your name and number, rest assured an officer or investigator will contact you.    If you have witnessed a crime, or have information beneficial to law enforcement, please call as soon as you can. Regardless of the time, day, night, or weekends, call Police Dispatch at 435 627-4300. If it is an emergency, please call 911
Join St. George Races for the 2018 Road Rage Duathlon!   Test your skills with this awesome biking and running event. The Road Rage Duathlon features Running and Biking courses throughout Santa Clara, Ivins and Kayenta at both Sprint and Olympic Distances.  The event starts at Lava Ridge Intermediate School where participants will run through Archie H. Gubler Park and a Santa Clara neighborhood before returning to where they started. From there, participants will move on to the bike course that will take them through Santa Clara, Ivins, and Kayenta and return to the transition at Lava Ridge where they will then run the same course as earlier, again.  Participants doing the Olympic version of this event will do each part twice.  Distances Sprint: 1.5 mile run / 10 mile bike ride / 1.5 mile run Olympic: 3 mile run / 20 mile bike ride / 3 mile run &nb...
Question: What number do I call to report trees in the power lines? 
Answer: 435-627-4810   If there are trees in the lines of any lines attached to a power pole, please contact the City Power Company BEFORE pruning the trees.  
Question: How can I contact the Mayor and City Council members? 
Answer: All written correspondence addressed to the City Council becomes a permanent public record, and is archived by the City. By phone: The Mayor and Councilmembers do not have set hours at City Hall. Because of that, residents are welcome to call them at their phone number(s) listed below, or via email. By email: To send an email to the Mayor and/or Councilmembers, use the email address listed below. By mail: Letters to the Mayor and/or Councilmembers should be mailed to City Hall at 175 East 200 North, St. George, UT 84770. In person: To schedule a meeting with the Mayor, contact the City Recorder at 435-627-4003. Because the Councilmembers do not have offices at City Hall, contact them directly either by phone or email. 
...ng” volcano, splash pad, and a “roaring” C.P. Huntington 1/4-scale train on a 2,700-foot track. There ground is covered with durable soft-surfacing making accessibility easier for those in wheelchairs. The all abilities park is located inside Tonaquint Park at 1851 S. Dixie Drive The facility is open from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m., 7 days a week, general admission is free. The train operates Monday through Saturday from 11:00 a.m.- 5:30 p.m. (hours are subject to change based on season, maintenance and weather). Train rides cost $1 per person.       Hours of Operation Facility Hours:9AM-10PM, 7 days a week, free admission Train Hours:Closed for the Season; Will re-open Mid-February 2018 $1.00 per ride (hours are subject to change based on season and weather...
Question: What type of event is considered to be a “Special Event”?
Answer: A special event is typically a one-time event such as a sports tournament, concert, walk or run in a park/trail. A park reservation AND a Special Event Permit are required to hold this type of event in a park or on a trail. To have a special event you must first make the park or trail reservation and then contact Karen Roundy at (435) 627-4712 to obtain the Special Event Permit.
Question: What are the rules for speaking during this item?
Answer: 1.You must be a resident of the City of St. George.2.Each speaker will be given approximately 3 minutes.3.Be courteous and show respect.4.Comments cannot be related to pending issues on the agenda or likely to be on a future agenda.
Question: What hours are the City parks open?
Answer: Parks are open sunrise to 10:00 p.m., except in those areas posted with alternative hours or if extended hours were approved for a city approved event.
Question: When are the City Council Meetings? 
Answer: Regular City Council meetings are held on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of each month. Meetings begin at 5:00 p.m. and are held in the City Council Chambers at City Hall. City Council work meetings are held the 2nd, 4th and 5th Thursdays. Work meetings begin at 4:00 p.m. and are held in the Administrative Conference Room in City Hall. 
Question: What type of event is considered to be a “Special Event”?
Answer: A special event is typically a one-time event such as a sports tournament, concert, walk or run in a park/trail. A park reservation AND a Special Event Permit are required to hold this type of event in a park or on a trail. To have a special event you must first make the park or trail reservation and then contact Karen Roundy at (435) 627-4712 to obtain the Special Event Permit.
Question: How can I obtain information on becoming a police officer?
Answer: In the state of Utah, the Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) is responsible for training new police officers. They can be reached in Salt Lake City at 801-256-0600. www.post.utah.gov  
Question: What are the 4 hour reservation time blocks?
Answer: 7:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.;  12:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.;  and 5:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.
Question: What hours are the City parks open?
Answer: Parks are open sunrise to 10:00 p.m., except in those areas posted with alternative hours or if extended hours were approved for a city approved event.
Question: What type of event is considered to be a “Special Event”?
Answer: A special event is typically a one-time event such as a sports tournament, concert, walk or run in a park/trail. A park reservation AND a Special Event Permit are required to hold this type of event in a park or on a trail. To have a special event you must first make the park or trail reservation and then contact Karen Roundy at (435) 627-4712 to obtain the Special Event Permit.
Question: Driving directions?
Answer:  If you are coming from town or from the freeway make your way to River Road. Go south on river road. After you cross the Virgin River continue south to the third traffic light. There at Fort Pierce you turn right and then make a quick left on 1400 East. At the top of the hill you will find the clubhouse entrance on your right.  
Question: What are the 4 hour reservation time blocks?
Answer: 7:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.;  12:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.;  and 5:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.
Youth Pickleball Camp   When:  Friday, July 21st & Saturday, July 22nd Time:  8:00am to 11:00am Ages:  9 to 18 / players will be split into different groups according to skill and age Cost:  $50 / person / Includes t-shirt and snacks Location:  Little Valley Pickleball Complex / 2149 Horseman Park Drive Division:  Beginner - Intermediate - Advance ...
...ew skills on great nearby trails. No mountain biking experience necessary. 11-17. If you choose to bring your own bike it will be up to the Program leader if the bike is deemed safe to ride on the trails.Sign Up Today!Withdrawal / Transfer PolicyWithdrawal/Transfer more than 14 days prior to the start date is subject to a fee. No refunds on or after that date.PrerequisitesNo experience is necessary.Checklist_ Appropriate clothing for all weather conditions including a rain jacket_ Small comfortable backpack_ Water bottle (1-2L minimum)_ A healthy lunch_ All emergency supplies such as an inhalerIt...
Question: What are the 4 hour reservation time blocks?
Answer: 7:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.;  12:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.;  and 5:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.
...ashington City. The treatment plant has a design capacity of approximately 17 million gallons per day (mgd), and currently treats an average of 9.5 mg...
... water and the peninsula that hosts both the par-5 9th green and the par-4 18th green. Even though most golfers will have a short iron approach into t...
On June 6 th 1991, the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) through the State of Utah Division of Water Quality approved the St. George City Pretreatment Program. The St. George City Pretreatment Program has been delegated primary responsibility for enforcing against discharges prohibited by 40 CFR 403.5 and applying and enforcing any national Pretreatment Standards established by the United States EPA in accordance with Section 307(b) and (c) of the Clean Water Act (CWA), as amended by the Water Quality Act (WQA), of 1987. The General Pretreatment Regulations set responsibilities for federa...
2017 Schedule: May 26 "Moana"  June 9 "Princess Bride" June 23 "Storks" July 7 "Little Rascals" July 21 "Trolls" August 11 "Jungle Book" August 25 "Sing"
...ays, interments or graveside services will be allowed between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. All graveside services and interments must be arranged through the Sexton forty-eight (48) hours in advance of the time set, and, if there is an intervening holiday or Sunday, arrangements must be made seventy-two (72) hours in advance. Any exception shall be by the approval of City Council only and will result in the payment of additional fees.   Plot AbandonmentA burial plot that has remained empty without burial use for a period of 60 years or more will be presumed abandoned by the lot purchaser. The abandonment will be advertised in the newspaper for 3 weeks. Unless an owner comes forward, the rights in the plot shall be terminated and thereafter be vested in the City.   Indigent BurialsThe City will perform two indigent burials per year. These burials will be performed free of charge. Indigent burials will be performed at the convenience of the Cemetery staff, in a plot designated at the discretion of the Cemetery Sexton.   Memorial PlacementSemi-permanent memorials (trees, shrubs, etc.) shall be approved and located at the discretion of the Sexton. Tonaquint Cemetery: All temporary memorials (potted plants, flags, wreaths, etc.) must be placed in a raised adjustable receptacle in the monument or in the concrete border of the monument, a single shepherd hook may be placed adjacent to the concrete border. One shepherd hook per grave permitted. Adjustable receptacles must be of a type approved by the Sexton.   Perpetual CareThis fee is collected and kept in a special account which may be used for the maintenance and improvement of the Cemetery.   MaintenanceThe Parks Division staff provides regular turf care, edging of the grass, and raising of collapsing monuments and markers as time and fiscal constraints allow; leveling collapsing gravesites as times and fiscal constraints allow (health and safety considerations will prevail in the determination of priorities); maintenance of trees and shrubs on a regular basis; and litter removal on a regular basis.A periodic clearing of temporary memorials occurs three times a year: the 2nd Monday in January, the 3rd Monday after Memorial Day, and the 1st Monday of October. At these times, temporary memorials will be removed from the cemetery grounds. Each periodic clearing will be advertised in the local newspaper, announced in the City's utility bills, and disclosed by on-site signage to alert patrons to the upcoming event.    Monuments / Grave MarkersMonuments and grave markers will be installed by private firms. The Sexton's office must receive a minimum of twenty-four (24) hours notice of installation. Installers are responsible for the removal of all excess debris and must make reasonable efforts to restore the plot to its original condition. Plot owners are responsible for removal and reinstallment of any marker or monument deemed over-sized by cemetery staff before internment.St. George City Cemetery: Upright monuments are allowed only in Plats A and B. No upright monuments are allowed in a plot within ten feet (10') of a driveway or tree.Tonaquint Cemetery: Veteran's monuments and grave markers must be placed directly east of the single or double monument on the Veteran's plot. Upright monuments are allowed only in rows three (3) and four (4) of each block. No upright monuments are allowed in a plot within ten feet (10') of a driveway or tree.   Special EventsAll special events must be coordinated through the Cemetery Sexton. Special events at Tonaquint Cemetery will be conducted at the traffic circle on the northern end of the cemetery grounds.   Vehicle UseTonaquint Cemetery: The speed limit within the Cemetery is 15 m.p.h. Parking is restricted to designated parking spaces along the roads. No vehicles are permitted after dark.St. George Cemetery: Parking is permitted on the internal roads and curbside on external roads. No vehicles are permitted after dark.   Rules and Regulations of Cemetery Grounds No active recreational activities are permitted such as soccer, baseball, and football. No animals are allowed on Cemetery property. No motor vehicle shall travel off clearly designated roadways in the Cemetery for any reason without the consent of the Sexton. The sod of a cemetery may not be disturbed without prior approval of the Sexton. Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by a parent or supervising adult. It is unlawful to...
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...urrently accepting applications for reserve firefighters.   Must be 18 years of age Must possess a valid Utah driver's license Must live within the St. George city limits   The position will remain open until enough applications are received.  Once the position is closed and the applications are reviewed, the following steps are taken:   1.  Orientation meeting for applicants and spouses 2.  Physical ...
...e City of St. George Wastewater Collection system was first started around 1932. The division currently inspects, cleans, and maintains over 415 miles of sewer main lines, ranging from 6 inches to 48 inches in diameter. The division also maintains 10 lift stations and over 10,000 sewer manholes.    Several crews in the division work to keep the system operating efficiently. Two cleaning crews are able to clean the entire collection system in 14 months. The Wastewater Collections Division uses an inspection crew and ...
Question: What are limits for toxics in wastewater discharge?
Answer: In addition to SGRWRF wastewater discharge limits, some facilities may be subject to federal regulations. The federal regulations can be viewed on the U.S. EPA website by typing “Subchapter N - Effluent Guidelines and Standards” in the Search Box and selecting “Parts 400 – 424” or “Parts 425 – 471”.
Question: What hours are the City parks open?
Answer: Parks are open sunrise to 10:00 p.m., except in those areas posted with alternative hours or if extended hours were approved for a city approved event.
Anyone 18 years or older is invited to join the Master’s swim group at the&n...
Question: Where are you located? 
Answer: Our address is 2190 South 1400 East.
Question: What is Source Control?
Answer: The U.S. EPA requires SGRWRF to control discharges to the sanitary sewer. This control is necessary to protect personnel working in the collection and treatment system, to protect the collection system and treatment plant itself from discharges that can interfere with its normal operations, and to prevent pollutants from passing through the treatment plant into the Virgin River. SGRWRF began a Pretreatment Program to meet these requirements in 1991. A Pretreatment Program was developed including issuance of industrial permits to help businesses meet regulations for discharges to the sanitary sewer. The Pollution Prevention Program focuses on waste reduction, control and elimination through permits to selected commercial businesses, and education and public outreach to all customers.
St. George’s location, natural resources, mild weather during most of the year, and extensive existing network of paved and natural surface trails have made walking and bicycling (or active tran...
Question: What are the hours for the Family Discovery Center?
Answer: The hours for the FDC are the same as the Museum, 10 am to 5 pm, Monday through Saturday; Third Thursdays until 9 pm.
...g bored this summer! Boredom is NOT allowed at this camp!   Session 1 & 3: 8-10 year olds Session 2: 5-7 year olds
Question: What hours are the City parks open?
Answer: Parks are open sunrise to 10:00 p.m., except in those areas posted with alternative hours or if extended hours were approved for a city approved event.
...gistering, register for the grade the participant will be attending FALL 2017.  Varies sessions are available throughout the summer. Registratio...
Question: Who is eligible to attend?
Answer: Children must be 5-10 years old. Sessions 1 & 3 are for children ages 8-10 years old; Session 2 is for children ages 5-7 years old.
Private Tennis Lessons  3 One Hour Lessons for $100 1 One Hour Lesson for $40 Please contact Wayne at wayne.bullock@sgcity.org...
Question: What type of event is considered to be a “Special Event”?
Answer: A special event is typically a one-time event such as a sports tournament, concert, walk or run in a park/trail. A park reservation AND a Special Event Permit are required to hold this type of event in a park or on a trail. To have a special event you must first make the park or trail reservation and then contact Karen Roundy at (435) 627-4712 to obtain the Special Event Permit.
...sign and Construction for the City of St. George was last published in May 1987. This 1987 edition and its associated addendums provided a service to the engineers, contractors, developers and other interested parties. This new edition, July 2000, under the same title is designed to replace the 1987 edition. It is intended to provide standard requirements for installation of materials and systems in public works environments. Consequently, these standards and specifications will be used for all infrastructure work located within public streets, rights-of-ways, easements and other necessary locations within the City of St. George. The original draft of this manual was prepared in conjunction with efforts provided by the Southern Utah Chapter of the American Public Works Association (APWA) Specification Committee. The contents of the APWA document have been modified by the St. George City Public Works and Water and Power Departments to meet the needs and requirements of the City of St. George. The standards contained herein are considered the minimums and should be treated as such. Nothing in these standards shall be construed to prohibit the design and construction of higher type improvements, as approved by the City Engineer. These STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS FOR DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION meet with the full approval of the City Public Works Director, dated July 1, 2000. Public Works DirectorApproved for use, subject to conditions,...
... hand eye coordination drills and ground strokes. Syllabus:  Week 1 & 2:  Parts of the racket, parts of the court, forehand ground s...
Question: What are the 4 hour reservation time blocks?
Answer: 7:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.;  12:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.;  and 5:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.
...experiences to discover at St. George’s best kept secret. Located at 1851 South Dixie Drive, just west of South Gate Golf Course, Tonaquint Nature ...
... hand eye coordination drills and ground strokes. Syllabus:  Week 1 & 2:  Parts of the racket, parts of the court, forehand ground s...
...y prohibited in the development north of Snow Canyon Parkway on State Road 18, including The Ledges development. Prohibited activities include: No discharge of fireworks within the areas listed No firecrackers, cherry bombs, roman candles, bottle rockets, single or reloadable mortars, or other Class "C" fireworks not State of Utah approved. Recreational fires, unless the location is approved by the fire department (click here for recreational burning regulations) Welding, cutting, or grinding within the areas listed, unless approved by the fire department. No sky lanterns.   Fireworks restrictions are in effect, and it is important that you understand which locations throughout the city are restricted and considered dangerous for personal fireworks use.  We hope that you find this webpage useful in identifying these areas.  Local fireworks retailers will also have maps available for you to view.  Your help in keeping our community safe this holiday season is very much appreciated.    Safety TipsThe lighting of fireworks on holidays have become a tradition with many families.  If families act responsibly with legal fireworks activities, they should have an enjoyable holiday.  The vast majority of legal displays occur without incident.  The majority of fire incidents that occur are a result of illegal or improper fireworks discharges.  Be smart, safe, and responsible.  Use only fireworks purchased in the State of Utah from licensed dealers or retailers. If you purchased the fireworks out of state, they may not be legal in this state.  You will be cited if found to be in possession of illegal fireworks, and will be responsible to pay for damages and extinguishing costs as a result of any fires that you cause. Use fireworks only with responsible adult supervision at all times. Never allow young children to handle fireworks. Light the fireworks in an open area and on a non-combustible surface, such as a driveway or paved area.  If windy conditions exist, do not light fireworks. Keep a bucket of water available. Handle used and "dud" fireworks with a shovel. Soak fireworks thoroughly in a bucket of water, or douse them with a hose prior to disposal. Keep clear while lighting fireworks, and do not lean over them at any time. Do not relight “dud” fireworks. Watch out for your pets and animals.  It is preferable to keep them indoors and away from the displays. Check for any restrictions that may apply to your area. Fireworks are an American tradition.  Safety and common sense are important as we celebrate the holidays with fireworks.  Fireworks can provide hours of wholesome family entertainment, but must be used carefully and safely. If you have additional questions about fireworks use or would like information on obtaining a pyrotechnics display permit, please contact the St. George Fire Department at 435-627-4150. 
  Adult Prices (18 yrs +) $3.50    Senior Prices (62 yrs +) $3.00    Youth Prices (4-17 yrs) $2.50    Child Care $1.50 (free with a membership)   Group Rates If you have a group of ten or more you will receive a 10% discount     Three month membership Individual: $65.00 Family: $145.00    One year membership Individual: $195.00 Family:  $350.00   Tri-Pack one year Membership Individual: $240.00 Family: $425.00   Month to Month Billing One year membership Individual: $17.00 Per Month Family: $30.00 Per Month   Tri-Pack one year Membership Individual: $21.00 Per Month Family: $36.00 Per Month  
...y new year!  Councilman Joe Bowcutt's current term expires December 31, 2021.
Private Tennis Lessons  3 One Hour Lessons for $100 1 One Hour Lesson for $40 Please contact Wayne at wayne.bullock@sgcity.org...
Question: May my child attend more than one session?
Answer: No. Unfortunately, The city does repeat the same activities during the 10:30 am and 1:30 pm time slots and the city does NOT want your child to be bored.
The Pine Valley Hydro Plant was originally constructed in 1941 and continues to provide power to St. George. The plant sat idle for a number of years (1981-1995) - but was rebuilt on the same location (7 miles north of the city on a culinary water line) and was rededicated in May 1995. The maximum output is 600 kilowatts (kW) from an induction motor that is turned by a dual nozzle Pelton Wheel Turbine. The rated flow is 10.5 cubic feet per second (CFS) which is 4712.4 gallons per minute (GPM). This type of turbine requires high pressure ...
Question: How do I know if my child is ready to attend Curiosity Club?
Answer: Children should be able to sit still and quietly for up to 10 minutes while the Youth Program Leader presents directions on the next activity.
Private Tennis Lessons  3 One Hour Lessons for $100 1 One Hour Lesson for $40 Please contact Wayne at wayne.bullock@sgcity.org...
The Annual Soup N' Bowl Fundraiser generates support for the Permanent Collection. Tickets for this event are available for purchase at the Art Museum or from Advisory Board members for 3 weeks prior ...
...on fee includes a St. George Half Marathon T-Shirt, finisher medal for all 1/2 Marathon, 5K and Move It! Kids finishers, chip timing, and post-race refreshments. We can not confirm a shirt for those who register at the Expo or the day of the event.  Kids Race Distances: 1 Mile, 1/2 Mile, 200 Meter Dash Aid Station Information: Aid stations will be located at approximately miles 2.2, 4.9, 6.4, 8.6, 10.9, and one will be at the turnaround for the 5K. Water and Gatorade will be available at each aid station and Gu will be available at aid stations 6.4 and 8.6.  Start Time Information: 9:00am Half Marathon  9:15am 5K  11:00am Move IT! Kids Expo/ Packet Pickup: Located at the Dixie Convention Center from 1pm-9pm on Friday, January 12th  Award and Medals: Awards will be 3 persons deep in each 5-year...
Question: Is the course walker friendly?
Answer: Yes, but to a certain point. The course will close at 3 hours and 30 minutes which is a 16:00 minute per mile pace.
Question: Who is eligible to attend?
Answer: Children must be attending second/third grade in the Fall of 2017.
Question: Who is eligible to attend?
Answer: Children must be attending fourth/fifth grade in the Fall of 2017.
Question: Who is eligible to attend?
Answer: Children must be attending fourth/fifth grade in the Fall of 2017.
Question: What time is the Soup N Bowl?
Answer: 11:00 am to 1:30 pm
Question: Who is eligible to attend?
Answer: Children must be 11-14 years old
In 2014, the Utah Humanities Book Festival recognized the St. George Book Festival as its SISTER festival. Making the St. George Book Festival #1 in Southern Utah for literary, author and book expo events. The book fest...
I was born right here in St. George in 1970. I grew up on the corner of 500 South and 500 East. I attended East Elementary, Dixie Jr. and High School as well as a short stay at Dixie College. Shortly after serving 2 years in Brazil as a LDS Missionary, I went to work for a highly rated financial institution in California. I was trained and worked as a real estate appraiser and eventually was trained in the wholesale mortgage business. I worked there for over 12 years in California, Salt Lake City and finally back to St. George. Once back in St. George I decided to follow the American spirit of independence and become self employed. I have been a partner in several business ventures. I am currently an independent mortgage broker, appraiser, and partner in a company that provides capital to small business and last but not least, a cattle rancher. I like to say, "When I grow up I just want to be a rancher!" Owning a ranch is a good excuse to get out of the office and be in the outdoors. It is on the ranch that I learned the value of hard work that I will put to use on the city council. I currently serve as the Secretary/Treasurer of the Washington County Farm Bureau. This organization has boards in counties throughout the state. Delegates from these boards meet annually to vote on legislative policy that we support. These policy recommendations are then presented and lobbied for in the Utah State Legislature. My wife Tawny and I have been married since 1996, and we have five children. One of my motivations for running for city council is to help ensure a safe and happy environment for my kids to grow up in. I want them to have the opportunity to stay here once they are grown. Truly my priorities are God, Family and Country. Councilman Jimmie Hughes's current term expires December 31, 2019.
...this summer as part of the Historic St. George LIVE! tours. Beginning June 1 and ending August 31, 2017, guests will meet the pioneer settlers in historic buildings around town.  Five days a week, Tuesdays through Saturdays, at 10 a.m., the tours will start at the Art Museum at the Pioneer Center for the Arts, 47 East 200 North, across from the St. George Post Office. Added this year are cotton spinners and a player of an Indian flute starting at 9:45 a.m.   Tickets can be purchased at the St. George Art Museum: They are $3 for ages 12 and up; children are free with an adult.  Each ticket is also good ...
...se was the first golf course developed by the City of St.George in the mid 1960’s taking us from a desert gas station stop to a true place of beauty and tourism. Because of its spectacular red rock setting and playability, Dixie Red Hills Golf Course been the favorite of recreational and serious golfers alike. Dixie Red Hills is a 9-hole par-34 layout that meanders around the sandstone cliffs commonly seen in the area. This golfer friendly course also features hundreds of mature Cottonwoods, Mondale Pines, Mesquite, and other trees that provide ample shade during St. George’s warmer months. If you want to play in the red rocks, you can’t get any closer than this. You’ll be calling shots off the boulders, around the cliffs and through the trees as you find your way to the green. Each hole is quite distinct and will leave a lasting memory in the minds of golfers. Three holes that will stand out most are #1, #3, and #6. The first hole at Dixie Red Hills Golf Course is a short, up...
... of the league.  Location:  Little Valley Pickleball Complex / 2149 Horseman Park Drive   Players will not be allowed to register onsite the day of the league.  Players will also not be allowed to play until they have paid.  Players will need to pay at the Rec Center or City Commons before being added to the following weeks league roster       Ladder Leagues schedule of events:     Format:  "Mixer" combine male and female players.    8 week league, players 2 lowest scores will be dropped after week 7 in time for Championship Week (week 8)    Monday  AM Mixer / Skill Division:  3.0, 3.5, & 4.0 / 9:30am match time / (Check in 9:00am - 9:25am)    Tuesday AM Ladies / Skill Division:  3.0, 3.5, & 4.0 / 9:30am match time / (Check in 9:30am - 9:55am)     Tuesday AM Gentlemen / Skill Division: 3.0, 3.5 & 4.0 / 9:00am match time / (Check in 8:30am - 8:55am)    Tuesday PM Ladies / Skill Division: 3.0, 3.5, & 4.0 / 7:00pm match time / (Check in 6:30pm - 6:55pm)    Tuesday PM Gentleman / Skill Division: 3.0, 3.5, & 4.0 / 7:00pm match time / (Check in 6:30pm - 6:55pm)    Tuesday PM Youth League / Ages 12 and up (mixer) / Match time at 6:30pm    Wednesday PM Mixer /...
Dinkers Ages:  6 to 10 Days:  Tuesday & or Thursday Time:  4:30pm to 5:30pm Beginner - Intermediate - Advance Description:  Class will be split into skill groups, players will learn the rules to pickleball as well as proper technique on all strokes.   Smashers Ages:  11 to 18 Days:  Tuesday & or Thursday Time:  5:30pm to 6:30pm Be...
...Themes: Dinos-Traveling Back in Time, Constellations/Planets, Eco Survival 101, Head Gear and Slimy Critters & AMAZING FIELD TRIP  Session Two Themes: Lewis & Clark: Mapping Their Way into History, Arachnids, Wacky Weather, Animal Ed 101 & Uncover Animals & AMAZING FIELD TRIP    Camp is designed for 4th-5th graders When registering, register for the grade the participant will be attending in Fall 2017.
When: Begins the week of Monday, January 15th Duration: 6 weeks Cost: $25 before January 7th          $35 after January 7th Leagues are ladder leagues, where players will be placed on a ladder from the previous weeks score.  Players will be placed into groups of 4 or 5 players.  Playing a round robin within that group.   - No Partner Needed - Skill Division may be combined depending on registration - 6 week league, your lowest score will be dropped at week 6 - Scores will be posted online at holdmycourt.com   Players will not be allowed to register onsite the day of the league.  Players will also not be allowed to play until they have paid.  Players will need to pay at the Rec Center or City Commons before being added to the following weeks league roster.     Events: - AM Monday Mixer / Skill Division:  3.0, 3.5, 4.0 & 4.5 / 10:00 am match time (Player check from 9:30am to 9:55am)                     "Mixer" combine male and female players. - AM Tuesday Ladies / Skill Division:  3.0, 3.5, 4.0 & 4.5 / 10:00 am match time (Player check from 9:30am to 9:55am) - AM Tuesday Gent...
Sessions will be as follows: 9:00 am 4yr olds 10:00 am 3yr olds 11:00 am 5yr olds 12:00 pm Girls 3-5 1:00 pm 3-5yr olds    
...Themes: Dinos-Traveling Back in Time, Constellations/Planets, Eco Survival 101, Head Gear and Slimy Critters & AMAZING FIELD TRIP  Session Two Themes: Lewis & Clark: Mapping Their Way into History, Arachnids, Wacky Weather, Animal Ed 101 & Uncover Animals & AMAZING FIELD TRIP    Camp is for 2nd-3rd Graders.   ****When registering, register for the grade the participant will be attending in FALL 2017.
Sessions will be as follows: 9:00 am 5yr olds 10:00 am 4yr olds 11:00 am 3yr olds 12:00 pm 3-5yr olds 1:00 pm - Will Open if Age Divisions Fill Up  
Question: I'm coming from out of town and need a hotel, where should I stay?
Answer: The expo and race start and finish will be at the Dixie Convention Center located at 1835 S. Convention Center Drive. There are numerous hotels around that area. Additionally, there are numerous hotels throughout St. George. There is a list of hotels on this webpage. We recommend booking a hotel sooner rather than later because it is very likely that every hotel room in St. George will be booked for the St. George Half Marathon.  Go to www.sgcity.org/hotels for a list of hotels that have partnered with where discounts might be available. 
Question: Do you have junior rates?    
Answer: Yes.  $10 per 9 holes.   
... grandchildren. Council Member Arial's current term expires December 31, 2019.
Question: Where are you located?  645 W. 1250 N.  
Answer: We are located on North Bluff Street.  
...which permits to burn can be obtained: Spring burn season – March 1st – May 30th Fall burn season – September 15th – November 15th   There is no fee for a burn permit, but you must obtain a new permit every day you plan to burn.  Burning is restricted to weeds, leaves and small tree or bush branches.    No burning of trash or construction debris is permitted.  Please contact Washington County Solid Waste at 435-673-2813 for information on disposing of trash and construction debris.   Controlled Burn:  Permits for a controlled burn are issued during the residential burn season.  The fire department must inspect what is being burned before a burn permit can be issued.  Construction debris, tires and trash/garbage are not permitted in a controlled burn.   Developmental Burn:  Any developmental burning is prohibited in St. George.   There are days during the burn season when a permit will not be issued. When the clearing index is below 500, no permits are issued.  The clearing index indicates how heavy the air is.  If the clearing index is not high enough, smoke does not disperse and becomes a health hazard.   You can obtain a burn permit three ways. Call 435-627-4150 Monday-Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm Call Fire Dispatch at 435-627-4949 Obtai...
Question: Are there age restrictions for participating in these classes?
Answer: Participants must be 8-17 years old.
...jority of all the activities (90%) will be held outside.   Sessions 1 and 2 are the same activities. Sessions 3 & 4 are the same activities...
...Themes: Dinos-Traveling Back in Time, Constellations/Planets, Eco Survival 101, Head Gear and Slimy Critters  Session Two Themes: Lewis & Clark: Mapping Their Way into History, Arachnids, Wacky Weather, Animal Ed 101 & Uncover Animals    Camp is designed for K-1st graders When registering, register for the grade the participant will be attending in Fall 2017.
...ll be challenged outdoors when we head out to local climbing locations. (8-17 years)    Please Arrive 15 minutes early at the St. George Recreation Center to allow for transport...
...e City adopted a Net Metering Program in 2005 and revised the program in 2014.  The 2014 revisions included implementation of the following fees.    One Time Fees: Application Fee Bi-directional Meter Fee   Monthly Solar Reliability Fee Based on the kW system size   The “RESOURCES” section below contains the documents related to the Net Metering Program.   Net Metering Program – this document explains the program and the requirements customers have to meet to participate.  This is an informational document.   Net Metering Application – this is the document that must be filled out and submitted to the Energy Services Department to start the process. This document contains some technical information requests.  The customer or a third party may complete this document.   Net Metering Agreement – this document is an agreement with the customer and the city regarding the responsibilities of each party with regard to the solar PV system operation.  This document requires a customer’s notarized signature.   Net Metering Appendix – this document details the fees related to the program and the calculation of the monthly solar reliability charge and the annual buy back of any excess energy the customer generated.  This is an informational document.      Common questions related to the Net Metering Program   If you are considering installing solar PV on your home or business, there are several questions to ask in order to make an informed decision.    What is roof top solar?   Roof top solar typically refers to solar Photovoltaic (PV) system installed on a roof which generates energy from the sun to power a person’s home or business.   What terms do I need to understand about solar PV systems?   Behind the customer meter: The system is located so that any generated electricity flows first the customer, if the customer needs more energy than the solar PV is generating, St. George delivers the energy to you from the electrical grid.  For example, if your home uses 100 kWh a day and your system produces 80 kWh per day, you will receive 20 kWh a day from the electrical grid.   kW: Kilowatt – is equal to 1,000 watts.  A solar PV system capacity is measured in kW.  For example a 3 kW system would have the ability to produce 3 kW of demand (which is the maximum of energy output at a moment in time).    kWh – kilowatt hour – is a measurement of energy, it is a kW multiplied by the time in hours.  For instance 2 kW for 1 hour is 2 kWh. Customers are billed based on how many kWh consumed in a billing cycle.   For example if you have a 3 kW system (shown above) and it generated 3 kW for 1 hour, it would produce 3 kWh of energy. It is estimated that a 3 kW system in St. George has the potential of generating 5,193 kWh in a 12 month period. The energy produced would go first to your home and then if any more energy is needed, St. George would deliver energy to you from the electrical grid.   How much will a solar PV system cost?  Solar PV system costs can vary depending on many factors such as the size or capacity of the system.  Some questions to ask may be:   How large of a system do I need?   This question addresses what is termed “name plate capacity” of a solar PV system and is expressed in kilowatts (kW).  The capacity of the system will tell you how much energy the system will generate.  For example a 3 kW system is expected to generate 5,193 kWh in a year.   PV Watts Calculator is a website that can provide an estimate of how many kWh’s you will save based on the system size.  The website is http://pvwatts.nrel.gov/    How can I find my utility information?   Contact the St. George City at 435-627-4095 to request a copy of your energy use history.   Will the system be installed on the roof of my home, roof of an unattached garage or on the ground?   That is a question for your installer to answer.  You should check with the City Building Department to determine the requirements.  435-627-4000   Will the system include a battery bank to provide back-up power in the event of a utility power disruption?   That is a question for your installer to answer.      What are the fees and when do I have to pay them?   The fees and how they are calculated are listed in the Net Metering Appendix which found in the Resources section of the Net Metering page on the City’s website.  www.sgcity.org   Can I install a solar PV system on my house?   Yes a homeowner or business owner can install their own solar PV system.  However, a licensed electrician will be required to handle the interconnection with the utility.  An individual installing their own system will need to follow the net metering program requirements.   How do I find a solar contractor?   St. George requires all solar contractors to have a City business license and to have completed the pre-qualified solar contractor class.  For a list of contractors that have met this requirement please contact 435-627-4095   It is recommended that you obtain more than one bid as part of the decision making process.   Once I’ve decided on a contractor or am ready to install the system myself, what is the next step?   Complete the Net Metering Application which can be downloaded from the city website.  https://www.sgcity.org/utilities/energydepartment/netmeteringinformation   Provide all supporting documentation.  A list of required documentation is provided with the application.   Submit the application and documentation by email to solarnetmetering@sgcity.org.  Or a hard copy can be dropped off to the St. George Energy Service Department at 811 E Red Hills Parkway.   An application must be approved by the St. George Energy Services Department before a building permit will be issued.  Installation cannot begin until a building permit is issued.   Once the application is submitted how long is the process.   A time line and steps in the review process are located in the Net Metering Program document.     What can I expect on my utility bill after the solar PV is installed?   A line item “Compound Meter Read” is the reading from the production meter.  It is the amount of energy your solar PV generated.    The customer charge will still be billed.   The line for KWH charge will read zero if you did not need any energy from the utility.  If you needed energy from the utility, there will be a KWH charge.   The line item for “SOLAR REL CG” is the Solar Reliability Charge.   When do I get paid for excess energy my solar PV system generated?      For example in March I produced more energy than I needed.  What happened to my excess energy?   Your excess energy was delivered to St. George grid and a calculation for a credit of kWh was put to your bill for the next month.  Let look at the charge below for example.   Customer A Month Consumed kWh Generated kWh kWh billed or credit Bill reflects March 420 445 -25 420 - 445 = (25) April 480 495 -40 480 - 495+ (25) = (40) May 600 527 33 600-527-40=33 June 800 552 248 800-552=248 July 900 524 376 900-524=376 Aug 600 498 102 600-498=102 Sept 400 453 -53 400-453=(53) Oct 420 436 -69 420-436+(53)=(69) Nov 400 318 13 400-318+(69)=13 Dec 300 287 13 300-287=13     In this scenario, Customer A used the kWh credit and was billed for the energy needed from St. George.  The customer will not be paid anything for excess solar generation in December.   For the customer who has a kWh credit in December, see the chart below.     Customer B Month Consumed kWh Generated kWh kWh billed or credit Bill reflects March 420 445 -25 420 - 445 = (25) April 480 495 -40 480 - 495+(25) = (40) May 550 527 -17 550-527+(40) = (17) June 560 552 -9 560-552+(17) = (9) July 570 524 37 570-524+(9)= 37 Aug 525 498 27 525-498=27 Sept 500 453 47 500-453=47 Oct 400 436 -36 400-436=(36) Nov 300 318 -54 300-318+(36)=(54) Dec 200 287 -141 200-287+(54)=(141)   Customer B will see a credit on their next bill for the buyback of 141 kWh at the Renewable Wholesale Rate and the meter will be reset to zero.   As of July 1 2016, the Renewable Wholesale Rate is $.04019/kWh.  So the customer will see a credit of $5.67 on their next bill.   In months where you have a net kWh credit, your bill will reflect a zero kWh charge because the kWh credit is carried forward to your next month.   In December the utility will review all the solar PV meters.  Customers who have a kWh credit at that time will receive a credit on their January bill for those kWh’s and the meter will be reset to zero.    Customer B will see a credit on their next bill for the buyback of 141 kWh at the Renewable Wholesale Rate and the meter will be reset to zero.   As of July 1 2019, the Renewable Wholesale Rate is $.04019/kWh.  So Customer B will see a credit of $5.67 on their next bill. ...
...l plays such games as "Run n Gun", "Triple Threat", "2 on 2 Volleys" and "21".    Liveball is a non instructional clinic.  This fast pace, lots of hitting clinic is available for all skill levels, during liveball the "wave" will be incorporated where players will have a chance to work their way up to the top court.  Are you good enough for the top court?  Come out and let's find out!  Age & Skill 11+ / All Skill Levels Welcome Days Monday & Wednesday Time 7pm to 8:30pm Location Tonaquint Tennis Center 1851 South Dixie Drive    
Question: Does the Fire Department take hazardous materials, batteries, paint, paint thinner, gas, or explosives?
Answer: The Fire Department is not equipped to store any hazardous materials.  The only items accepted are new or old gasoline (providing adequate storage space is available at the time), and fireworks.  Please call the Administraitve Office at 435-627-4150 in advance to arrange for dropping off gasoline or fireworks.  For all other items, please contact Washington County Solid Waste at 435-673-2813, or click here to visit their website.
...imely and adequate support of the City's needs. PROCUREMENT OBJECTIVES1. To conduct all procurement in accordance with the Utah State Law and the...
Question: What type of event is considered to be a “Special Event”?
Answer: A special event is typically a one-time event such as a sports tournament, concert, walk or run in a park/trail. A park reservation AND a Special Event Permit are required to hold this type of event in a park or on a trail. To have a special event you must first make the park or trail reservation and then contact Karen Roundy at (435) 627-4712 to obtain the Special Event Permit.
Question: Where can I schedule a fire inspection?
Answer: Please call the Administrative Office at 435-627-4150, Monday-Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm to schedule a fire inspection.
Question: What are the ages for the Jr Ranger Family Night?
Answer: The program is geared toward youth 12 & under; however make this FREE community event open for everyone of all ages. Come out and explore what outdoor activities and places there are in Southern Utah.
Question: Does the Fire Department fill swimming pools?
Answer: No.  Please contact the City of St. George Utility Office at 435-627-4748 or 435-627-4716 for more information regarding filling swimming pools.
Question: What are the 4 hour reservation time blocks?
Answer: 7:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.;  12:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.;  and 5:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.
...nbsp;February 20th (5 weeks) Cost:  $20 / person - College students $10 (must show college ID) Male and Female Players Skill rating needs to be 4.0 or higher (USTA preferred) Type of League:  Ladder League, players will be placed on the ladder according to their scores.  First week is random and will determine the ladder seeding the following weeks. Groupings are 3 or 4 players according to ladder position and number of players per evening. Scoring Format:  Players in groups of  4 will play 3 sets 1st to 6.  Each game is worth one point. Players in groups of 3 will play 4 sets 1st to 4 with 2 one point byes. Each game is worth one point. Leap Frog Format:  Lower seeded players based on the ladder who win against a higher seed will automatically pick up 5 extra points.  Players  will have a chance to earn unto 10 points if they are the lower seed. Check-in 6:30- 6:45. Late comers may text league director by 6:45 but must be ready for play at 7:00. Liveball drills 6:30 - 7:00 optional. Matches begin at 7:00.   Mixer Singles / 3.0 & 3.5 When:  Tuesday at 6:30 pm Begins:  Tuesday, January 23rd / Ends: February 20th (5 weeks) Cost:  $20 / person - College students $10 (must show college ID) Male and Female Players Skill rating needs to be 3.0 or 3.5 (USTA preferred) Type of League:  Ladder League, players will be placed on the ladder according to their scores.  First week is random and will determine the ladder seeding the following weeks. Groupings are 3 or 4 players according to ladder position and number of players per evening. Scoring Format:  Players in groups of  4 will play 3 sets 1st to 6.  Each game is worth one point. Players in groups of 3 will play 4 sets 1st to 4 with 2 one point byes. Each game is worth one point. Leap Frog Format:  Lower seeded players based on the ladder who win against a higher seed will automatically pick up 5 extra points.  Players  will have a chance to earn unto 10 points if they are the lower seed. Check-in 6:30- 6:45. Late comers may...
...VIPS unit. Minimum requirements:  Be a U.S. Citizen Minimum 21 years of age. Possess a valid Utah driver’s license No felony con...
Question: Where is the Track Meet at?
Answer: Snow Canyon High School  1385 N 2400 W, St George, UT 84770  
...ompetitive) and B League (Recreational) Schedules will be sent out on Jan. 17th (Winter Season) - the day after registration closes. 
Tournament #1 - Wednesday, May 31, Dixie Red Hills - Register Here Parent/JR Tournament - Thursday, June 1, St. George Golf Club - Register Here Tournament #2 - Wednesday, June 7, St. George Golf Club - Register Here Tournament #3 - Tuesday, June 13, Green Springs - Register Here Parent/JR Tournament - Thursday, June 15, Southgate Golf - Register Here Tournament #4 - Tuesday, June 20, Sunbrook Golf - Register Here Parent/JR Tournament - Thursday, June 22, Dixie Red Hills - Register Here Tournament #5 - Thursday, June 29, Sky Mountain - Register Here Tournament #6 - Tuesday, July 11, Cedar Ridge - Register Here Parent/JR Tournament - Thursday, July 13, Entrada  - Register Here Tournament #7 - Wednesday, July 19, The Ledges Golf Club - Register Here Parent/JR Tournament - Thurs...
Challenger Sports' British Soccer Camp is the most popular soccer camp in the country based upon one of the most innovative approaches to coaching youth soccer in the US and Canada. Our experienced I...
...nd a 78’ court (full size court) to help players between the ages of 10 and 13 and staying within the parameters of the USTA (United States Tennis Association).  Days:  Monday & or Wednesday Time:  Beginner & Intermediate / 4pm to 530pm             Team JD / 4pm to 6pm (Invitation Only!) Packages and Sessions All packages are 6 week long sessions.  Your session begins on your first day of tennis.  Clinics and lessons will be tracked using a high tech system (writing your initials and date on a player profile sheet the day of clinics and lessons)   Level and Syllabus Descriptions      Beginner Level  -  For beginner players with little or no tennis experience.       Syllabus for Beginner level players: Week One:  Introduction to forehand ground strokes, grip, and spin.  Intro to parts of the court and racket. Week Two:  Introduction to backhand ground strokes, grip and spin.  Week Three:  Review of forehand and backhand ground stroke, grip and spin.  Introduction to scoring. Week Four:  Review of forehand and backhand ground stroke, grip and spin.  Review of scoring and intro to match play Repeat to Week One        Intermediate Level -  Players with some tennis experience who can demonstrate proper strokes at times.            Prerequisite for intermediate level:  Knowledge of scoring, ground stroke grips, parts of the court and the forehand and backhand ground stroke components.  Players must have a fundamental swing using topspin, and be           consistent with getting balls into play using drop feeds and toss feeds.      Syllabus for Intermediate players: Week One:  Forehand ground stroke, introduction to footwork while using the forehand ground stroke Week Two:  Backhand ground stroke, introduction to footwork while using the backhand ground stroke Week Three:  Forehand and Backhand ground stroke, changing grips from forehand to backhand.  Introduction to serving Week Four:  Review of serving, ground strokes Repeat to Week One       Team JD  -  Players who have achieved a high level of ability that can handle full speed and court of Green Dot Balls. Players will continue to work on their strokes, court coverage and strategy.             Prerequisite for Team J.D.:  Technical knowledge of the serve, grip, swing and types.  Show proper footwork with ground strokes.   Player should be able to do the following skill set:  Hit 7 out of 10 fed forehands and backhands cross court and down the line and rally 10 balls in a row with a coach using forehand or backhand ground strokes.      Syllabus for Team JD Week One:  Serving, Introduction to Volleys Week Two:  Serving, ground strokes and doubles strategy Week Three:  Serving, ground strokes and singles strategy Week Four:  Serves and returns, intro to overheads Week Five: Serves, ground strokes, specialty shots Week Six:  Serves, Backhand slice, specialty shots Pricing Information A - Package / $70 - clinic 1x a week +session tournament / 6 week session* B - Package / $130 - clinic 2x a week+session tournament / 6 week session* D - Package / $210 - clinic 1x a week + 6 shared private lessons+session tournament** / 6 week session* E - Package / $260 - clinic 2x a week + 6 shared private lessons+session tournament** / 6 week session* + ADD: Liveball Package / $50 - Liveball 2x a week / 6 week session* + ADD: Extra (6) Privates - $150 / Privates 2) times a week / 6 week session*   Tournaments Session Tournament / Saturday, January 20th / 10am to 1230pm (included in all Jr. Development packages) Session Tournament / &...
...n Biking, Kayaking, Paddle boarding and Hiking excursions for Youth ages 8-17. Come explore the beautiful natural playground that is Southern Utah! &...
...nd a 78’ court (full size court) to help players between the ages of 10 and 13 and staying within the parameters of the USTA (United States Tennis Association).  Days:  Monday & or Wednesday Time:  Beginner & Intermediate / 4pm to 530pm             Team JD / 4pm to 6pm (Invitation Only!) Packages and Sessions All packages are 6 week long sessions.  Your session begins on your first day of tennis.  Clinics and lessons will be tracked using a high tech system (writing your initials and date on a player profile sheet the day of clinics and lessons)   Level and Syllabus Descriptions      Beginner Level  -  For beginner players with little or no tennis experience.       Syllabus for Beginner level players: Week One:  Introduction to forehand ground strokes, grip, and spin.  Intro to parts of the court and racket. Week Two:  Introduction to backhand ground strokes, grip and spin.  Week Three:  Review of forehand and backhand ground stroke, grip and spin.  Introduction to scoring. Week Four:  Review of forehand and backhand ground stroke, grip and spin.  Review of scoring and intro to match play Repeat to Week One        Intermediate Level -  Players with some tennis experience who can demonstrate proper strokes at times.            Prerequisite for intermediate level:  Knowledge of scoring, ground stroke grips, parts of the court and the forehand and backhand ground stroke components.  Players must have a fundamental swing using topspin, and be           consistent with getting balls into play using drop feeds and toss feeds.      Syllabus for Intermediate players: Week One:  Forehand ground stroke, introduction to footwork while using the forehand ground stroke Week Two:  Backhand ground stroke, introduction to footwork while using the backhand ground stroke Week Three:  Forehand and Backhand ground stroke, changing grips from forehand to backhand.  Introduction to serving Week Four:  Review of serving, ground strokes Repeat to Week One       Team JD  -  Players who have achieved a high level of ability that can handle full speed and court of Green Dot Balls. Players will continue to work on their strokes, court coverage and strategy.             Prerequisite for Team J.D.:  Technical knowledge of the serve, grip, swing and types.  Show proper footwork with ground strokes.   Player should be able to do the following skill set:  Hit 7 out of 10 fed forehands and backhands cross court and down the line and rally 10 balls in a row with a coach using forehand or backhand ground strokes.      Syllabus for Team JD Week One:  Serving, Introduction to Volleys Week Two:  Serving, ground strokes and doubles strategy Week Three:  Serving, ground strokes and singles strategy Week Four:  Serves and returns, intro to overheads Week Five: Serves, ground strokes, specialty shots Week Six:  Serves, Backhand slice, specialty shots Pricing Information A - Package / $70 - clinic 1x a week +session tournament / 6 week session* B - Package / $130 - clinic 2x a week+session tournament / 6 week session* D - Package / $210 - clinic 1x a week + 6 shared private lessons+session tournament** / 6 week session* E - Package / $260 - clinic 2x a week + 6 shared private lessons+session tournament** / 6 week session* + ADD: Liveball Package / $50 - Liveball 2x a week / 6 week session* + ADD: Extra (6) Privates - $150 / Privates 2) times a week / 6 week session*   Tournaments Session Tournament / Saturday, January 20th /10am to 1pm (included in all Jr. Development packages) Session Tournament / Saturday, February 24th / 10am to 1pm (included in all Jr. Development packages) USTA Tournament / March 2nd & 3rd /(Register online at Utahtennis.com) Session Tournament / Saturday, April 14th (included in all Jr. Development packages)      ...
...ff and hope to offer a fun and competitive Track and Field meet for ages 6-14. As per USA Track and Field rules, age groups are based on birthdays in the following years: Age 6-8; 2009-2011, Age 9-10; 2007-2008, Age 11-12; 2005-2006, Age 13-14; 2003-2004, Athletes born in 2002 or earlier will not be eligible based on USATF age limits. Please note that ages 6-12 will be competing in the standing long jump and softball throw. While 13-14 will be competing in the running long jump and shot put.  Athletes will be limited to competing in only 3 events, which will not include the 4x100 relay. Relay entries will be accepted at the meet. In keeping with the tradition of Hersheys track and field, the use of spikes and blocks will not be permitted during this meet or the regional and state meet.  Entries will close at 11:59 pm on Wednesday, May 10th.  Events will be: Standing Long Jump / Long Jump / Softball Throw /  Shot Put /  50m / 100m / 200m / 400m / 800m / 1600m / 4x100m Relay   THIS IS A FREE EVENT!  
Question: Do I have to qualify for this meet?
Answer: The meet is open to all who want to enter in the following age groups; 6-8, 9-10, 11-12, 13-14.
...hing residential utility service with St. George Utilities:    1. Complete the Residential Utility Application which covers service for electric, water, sewer, and garbage, in most St. George locations. Please submit a copy of a Driver's License, Passport, or state issued ID with each application.   2. If you have had prior service with the City of St. George, any outstanding balances must be brought current before services can be established at a new location.    3. All requests for electric or water service should allow 3 business days (Monday through Friday) for processing. Please check with the seller or landlord of your property to coordinate disconnect and connect dates.    4. If you are renting your residence, there is a $125.00 deposit required at the time of application for all residential services. For business deposits please call 435-627-4700    5. Electric service in the Bloomington and Bloomington Hills area is provided by Dixie-Escalante Rural Electric Association. Their office is located at 145 W. Brigham Road in Bloomington. We provide water, sewer, and garbage only in these areas. An application is required for these city services.    6. If the home you are buying is newly constructed, you will need to request a garbage container from Washington County Solid Waste. You may reach them at 435-673-2813.    7. We accept Visa, Master Card, Checks and Cash.  Payments can be made online by clicking Pay My Utility Bill under the City Services menu.   8. CenturyLink provides local telephone service in our area. Service may be initiated by calling 1- 800-244-1111. Questar provides natural gas. Their phone number is 435-673-7514.    9. Curbside Recycle “BluCan”. Please have your BluCan out by 6:00 am on your pickup day (see http://www.blucan.org/map.html for the schedule). BluCan will be picked up every other week on your normal garbage collection day. Missed pick up, please contact Dixie Waste at 435-673-5610. For New container delivery, please contact WCSW at 435-673-5813. For billing questions, please contact the City Utility Office at 4...
Pickleball Private Lessons 3 lessons for $100, or 1 lesson for $40. Please contact John Hedburg at john.hedburg@sgcity.org, or Wayne Bullock at wayne.bullock@sgcity.org, or call us at 435-703-1146 to schedule your lessons.
Question: What hours are the City parks open?
Answer: Parks are open sunrise to 10:00 p.m., except in those areas posted with alternative hours or if extended hours were approved for a city approved event.
Aerobics Class Policies   1. Classes will start and end on time. Please be courteous to programs and classes following your class. We encourage you to stay in the building and socialize, however please exit the auxiliary gym when finished with the class   2. All equipment must be cleaned and returned to its proper location   3. Please sign in and pay for the class before attending.   4. Aerobic classes are $2.50/class.   5. Daily drop in fees are in addition to aerobic fees if you wish to use the fitness facility after your class.   6. No children in the class unless they are paid participants for the class.   7. Children 7 and under must be placed in the child care during aerobics classes. (Children under 8 must be accompanied by an adult at all times when outside of the child care.)    Recreation Center Fitness Facility Policies    1. You must be at least 14 years old to use the Fitness Facility. 14 and 15 year olds must be accompanied by a legal adult 21 years of age, or older, to ue the fitness Facility.   2. No food, drinks or gum of any kind.   3. Appropriate work out attire must be worn at all times in the fitness facility. Full t-shirt must be worn when working out on any strength equipment. No shorts or pants with zippers, belts, or exposed buttons. (Note: You will be asked to leave and change if seen wearing inappropriate attire.)   4. Shoes must be worn at all times in the Fitness Facility. All shoes must have closed toes. No flip flops, sandals or slippers will be allowed. (Note: Court, running or cross training shoes are recommended.)   5. No back packs, bags, purses, coats, or personal belongins can be brought into the Fitness Facility. (Note: Rec. Center staff and management will not be responsible for stolen items.)   6. Lockers are available on a first come, first served basis.   7. Profane or vulgar language and actions will not be tolerated in the fitness facility.   8. Wipe all perspiration from machines after use   9. Restack all weights on weight racks after use   10. Never drop a weight. (Free weight, or weight stack)   11. All equipment is to be used properly at all times. Equipment orientations are available upon request.   12. All participants must attend an initial orientation of the facility.   13. There is a 30 minute time limit on all cardiovascular equipment when others are waiting.   14. Spotters and Weight Collars are a must when using the free weights   15. All participants are required to treat the facility, fellow member and the Rec. Center staff with the utmost care, consideration and respect.   16. Shoes should be wiped off and clean before entering the Fitness Facility.    Recreation Center Racquetball   Challenge Court Rules   1. Challenge court is held on Thursday evenings from 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM on courts 1 & 2.   2. Challenge courts are open to all players and cannot be reserved.    3. Put your name on the board and challenge in either court 1 or 2. a. If you are the first to arrive, you are the first to be challenged.   a. b. If there are a wide variety of abilities, court 1 is considered Open/A level, and court 2 for B/C level.   4. Home should be played to 15 (11 if there are people waiting to play).   5. Winner stays on the court.     Challenge Board   The Challenge board is essentially an ongoing 'league' for all to be involved. Intended to open the opportunity to meet new players, challenge others, improve your game, and build a better racquetball community. The board is located in the Racquetball Court Hallway.    Challenge Board Rules   1. If you want to be a part of the challenge board, simply put your name and phone number on a round tag (email on the back if you want to be contacted about future events, tournaments, etc.).    2. Hang your tag on the pyramids on the white board.   a. Your skill level determines your pyramid.   b. Expert to open level players on the top pyramid.   c. Mid-level players on the middle pyramid.   d. Beginners on the bottom pyramid.   3. Challenge players ahead of you, in your respective pyramid. If you win, switch places. If you lose stay at the same level. (To challenge a player use the contact information found on their tag).    a. If you feel you are ready to move up a pyramid then challenge someone in the next pyramid up.   4. All challenges are sets of two Home to 15 and if necessary a tiebreaker game played to 11.    5. Challenges do not have to be held on challenge court nights.    6. Tournaments will be held quarterly at the end of the month. (March 31, June 30th, September 29th, December 15th)   7. Players do not have to be on the challenge board to enter...
In 1861, President Brigham Young called 300 Mormon families to settle the Virgin-Santa Clara River area to grow cotton and grapes. Elder George A. Smith, for whom St. George is named, presided over southern Utah. Elder Erastus Snow and Elder Orson Pratt led the company into Dixie.   Dixie was a barren land -- dry, windy, dusty, and suffocating hot during the summer. Conditions were grim. Water was scarce and unpalatable. Sickness and death were common, there was little food and little hope. The Saints needed an escape from their heavy burdens. Entertainment and cultural development provided the answer.   Brigham Young had purposely included people with a wide diversity of talents and ethnic backgrounds -- musicians, writers, actors, artists, teachers, vocalists, poets, and others with an aptitude for the arts -- originating from the eastern and southern U.S., Scandinavia, Great Britain, and Switzerland.   Elder Erastus Snow organized lectures, dances, parties, lyceums, and concerts to prop up the spirits of the people. The first play, "Eaton Boy", was presented in 1862 in a make-shift bower made of posts and brush near where the Tabernacle now stands. Such was the need and appetite for entertainment in this struggling little community.   The first public building built by the settlers was the St. George Hall. It was built in 1862 as a place of recreation, entertainment and education.   St. George Hall was soon joined by the Gardener's Club Hall and the Tabernacle. Various plays and event were staged in these building. The Golden Farmer, The Charcoal Burner, Sweet-hearts and Wives, Black-eyed Susan, Toodles, and the plays of Shakespeare were performed among others.   In 1864, prominent local artists formed the St. George Lyceum and Dramatic Association with the support of Elder Erastus Snow.   In 1875, the Gardener's Club erected a building for the purpose of making and storing sacramental wine for the Church. The spacious upper floor was made available for social gatherings and events. Known as the "Wine Cellar", the building soon became the hub of the community's recreation.   In 1880, a new wing was added to the Wine Cellar, making the upper area almost 2-1/2 times larger. No longer used for storing wine, and now called the Social Hall, the building had a unique mechanical floor that could be inclined toward the stage for theater presentations or made level for dances and parties.   The Social Hall seated 200-400 persons. The original area became the stage and dressing rooms. Backdrops, scenery and a proscenium curtain were acquired from a bankrupt New York theatrical company. A new generation of drama, comedy and operas began. "Play tonight!" was anxiously proclaimed regularly across the valley and beyond.   Locally-produced attractions charged 50-75 cents per ticket -- a high price for the time. Most patrons paid in kind: molasses, vegetables, fruit, flour and other commodities. A pair of shoes, and item very hard to come by, would provide tickets for an entire family.   Literally dozens of plays and musicals were produced and repeated over the next several decades: The Stranger, The British Slave, Look Before You Leap, The Gun Maker of Moscow, Kathleen Mavourneen, The Rose of Etterick Vale, Pissaro, Summer and the Frost King, Damon and Pythias, and many more.   One memorable play was Jennie Brown or Relief of the Lucknow with Martha Snow, Frank Snow, John Woodbury, Josephine Snow, Joseph Bently, and Horatio Pickett. In the emotional final scene, the heroine is mistreated and denied her children by the villain. A tipsy miner in the audience became enraged, jumped to his feet and vowed to kill the scoundrel with his pistol. Friends interfered but the gun went off and put a bullet hole in the ceiling.   During the early 1900's to the mid-1920's, the Social Hall was called the "Opera House" because of the many operettas and vaudeville shows that were presented during host years. Most notable of these were Pinafore and Robin Hood.   The Social Hall/ Opera House functioned for 50 years as the center of Southern Utah's cultural activities. A generation of pioneers cast their heavy loads aside and laughed, cried smiled and cheered.   In the 1930's the Social Hall/Opera House was sold and used as a sugar beet seed c...
Sessions will be as follows: 9:00 am 5yr olds 10:00 am 4yr olds 11:00 am 3yr olds 12:00 pm 3-5 yr olds  
...of clinics and     lessons) Level Descriptions Level 1  -  For beginner players with little or no tennis experience between the ages of 14 and 18.  Level 2 -  Players with some tennis experience who can demonstrate some technique, but may not be able to handle the higher speed or consistency required for Team.    Players will continue to development groundstrokes, serves, volleys and match play.  Players in level 2 are on course for Team. Team A.T.P  -  Players who have achieved a level of ability to handle full speed and size of tennis.  Players will continue to improve strokes, court coverage and tennis strategy.  Team A.T.P is for players expecting to play High School tennis and USTA tournaments.  (Team ATP is invitation only!)  (Team begins at 5pm)     Tournaments Session Tournament / Saturday, January 20th /10am to 1pm (included in all Jr. Development packages) Session Tournament / Saturday, February 24th / 10am to 1pm (included in all Jr. Development packages) USTA Tournament / March 2nd & 3rd /(Register online at Utahtennis.com) Session Tournament / Saturday, April 14th (included in all Jr. Development packages)      
...ember 5th   Days:  Tuesday & Thursday Time:  9am to 1030am (September - October - November)            10am to 1130am (December - January - February)            9am to 1030am (March - April - May) Cost:  $10 / person Description:  Adult tennis clinic will focus on the strok...
When: Tuesday, January 9th or Thursday, January 11th Duration: 6 weeks Days: Tuesdays & or Thursdays Time: 4:30pm to 5:30pm          *Team Orange 4:30pm to 6:00pm Dates for Saturday "Hit Around" January 13th, January 20th, and February 3rd from 10am to 11am. End of Session Tournament: Saturday, February 17th from 10am to 12pm.   End of Session Tournament Description At the end of each 10 n Under session we will be holding a tournament for those players in that session.  The tournament will be timed matches playing round robin or double elimination.  Players will be placed into their divisions based on their skill in the clinics.  Players who are in the beginner and intermediate levels will not be required to serve overhead, they can drop feed a ball into play.  Team Orange players (Advance) are required to serve.  We believe that playing tournaments is what makes tennis fun, it allows the players to use what they were taught during the six weeks.  I have been to countless activities with my kids ranging form dancing, orchestra, even acceleration.  Each of these activities they provide an end of session activity so the kids can show off their skills.  The end of session tennis tournament will allow your kids to show off their skills.  Win or lose, it doesn't matter.  No gets elimination from these tournaments.  Players will have to earn there trophies, sorry we do not give trophies to everyone.     Cost:   Package A: $60 / person / Clinic once a week + Saturday Hit Around + End of Session Tournament (Parents can choose Tuesday or Thursday) Package B: $80 / person / Clinic twice a week + Saturday Hit Around + End of Session Tournament Pro Package: $120 / person / Clinic twice a week + Saturday Hit Around + End of Session T...
When: Tuesday, January 9th or Thursday, January 11th Duration: 6 weeks Days: Tuesdays & or Thursdays Time: 4:30pm to 5:30pm          *Team Orange 4:30pm to 6:00pm Dates for Saturday "Hit Around" January 13th, January 20th, and February 3rd from 10am to 11am. End of Session Tournament: Saturday, February 17th from 10am to 12pm.   End of Session Tournament Description At the end of each 10 n Under session we will be holding a tournament for those players in that session.  The tournament will be timed matches playing round robin or double elimination.  Players will be placed into their divisions based on their skill in the clinics.  Players who are in the beginner and intermediate levels will not be required to serve overhead, they can drop feed a ball into play.  Team Orange players (Advance) are required to serve.  We believe that playing tournaments is what makes tennis fun, it allows the players to use what they were taught during the six weeks.  I have been to countless activities with my kids ranging form dancing, orchestra, even acceleration.  Each of these activities they provide an end of session activity so the kids can show off their skills.  The end of session tennis tournament will allow your kids to show off their skills.  Win or lose, it doesn't matter.  No gets elimination from these tournaments.  Players will have to earn there trophies, sorry we do not give trophies to everyone.     Cost:   Package A: $60 / person / Clinic once a week + Saturday Hit Around + End of Session Tournament (Parents can choose Tuesday or Thursday) Package B: $80 / person / Clinic twice a week + Saturday Hit Around + End of Session Tournament Pro Package: $120 / person / Clinic twice a week + Saturday Hit Around + End of Session T...
Question: What type of event is considered to be a “Special Event”?
Answer: A special event is typically a one-time event such as a sports tournament, concert, walk or run in a park/trail. A park reservation AND a Special Event Permit are required to hold this type of event in a park or on a trail. To have a special event you must first make the park or trail reservation and then contact Karen Roundy at (435) 627-4712 to obtain the Special Event Permit.
Question: What are the 4 hour reservation time blocks?
Answer: 7:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.;  12:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.;  and 5:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.
Question: What hours are the City parks open?
Answer: Parks are open sunrise to 10:00 p.m., except in those areas posted with alternative hours or if extended hours were approved for a city approved event.
2017 JAG Registration Opens April 10th! All JAG Registrations must be completed online - Registration Links Provided Above. After completing registration all first year JAG members must sign up to participate in a Rules & Etiquette class.  Sign-ups for this class must also be done online.  You will then be given your JAG Membership Card, and tee shirt. Classes will be located at the Southgate Golf Center .   Rules School is MANDATORY for 1st & 2nd year participants. The class will be held at the Southgate dr...
...capacity of 40 megawatts (MW). The second phase was completed in June of 2010 and increased the capacity of the facility to 80 MW.    MGF is powered by two gas fired turbines. The total cost of the first phase was approximately 18.5 million dollars. The second phase cost was approximately 48 million do...
Sessions will be as follows: 9:00 am 3yr olds 10:00 am 4yr olds 11:00 am 5yr olds Extra Sessions are available  For boys and girls ag...
Question: What hours are the City parks open?
Answer: Parks are open sunrise to 10:00 p.m., except in those areas posted with alternative hours or if extended hours were approved for a city approved event.
Legal Services, under the direction of City Attorney - Shawn Guzman, provides legal counsel to the City Council and the Mayor as well as to the City Manager and the City's various departments. Legal S...
Our tournament courts in Little Valley are located at 2149 Horseman Drive, St George UT 84790
In 1978 my family moved from Arizona to St George. At that time, the population of St George was about 10,000. There were 2 elementary schools, one middle school and one high school.  Times have certainly changed. We have experienced tremendous growth through the years yet we have been able to maintain the beautiful city many want to visit or also want to call home.  I graduated from Dixie High School in 1984 and shortly thereafter married my high school sweetheart Tony Randall. We have five children and seven grandchildren.  I love spending time with my family, especially my grandchildren. I also enjoy reading, history, movies, great food and spending time in Pinto at our family cabin.  My “day job” is a medical assistant for a busy medical practice, which I enjoy.   I serve on the Doctors' Volunteer Clinic Board, Solid Waste Board, Shade Tree Board, Veterans Advisory Board, Lower Virgin River Fuels & Fire Board and the St. George Musical Theater Board.   I’m also very grateful to be the city council representative for the St George Police Department and the St George Fire Department. I love serving on the St. George City Council and I recognize the responsibility and trust the voters have placed in me as I represent them. St. George will always be my home and my desire is to continue the hard work and traditions of those that have served before me and helped in making this beautiful city the place I’m fortunate to call home!  Councilwonam Randall's current term expires December 31, 2019.
Also known as "Long Park", this 10 acre neighborhood park connects the surrounding cul-de-sacs and homes in...
Question: What type of event is considered to be a “Special Event”?
Answer: A special event is typically a one-time event such as a sports tournament, concert, walk or run in a park/trail. A park reservation AND a Special Event Permit are required to hold this type of event in a park or on a trail. To have a special event you must first make the park or trail reservation and then contact Karen Roundy at (435) 627-4712 to obtain the Special Event Permit.
(Photo credit: Battalion Chief Robert Hooper)   In November 2015, City Manager Gary Esplin amended the 2015-16 Fiscal Year budget to increase funding for a new fire truck from $675,000 already approved for a pumper, to $975,675 to upgrade to a pumper/ladder combination truck (also known as a quint).  In December 2015, the City Council approved an agreement between the City of St. George and Pierce Manufacturing in Appleton, Wisconsin for the amount of $972,583 to provide the new fire apparatus. Below are photos chronicling the construction of this new fire apparatus. The new apparatus was delivered to the St. George Fire Department in January 2017.  
Question: What are the 4 hour reservation time blocks?
Answer: 7:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.;  12:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.;  and 5:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.
This area formerly known as the Confluence Trailhead.  The redesigned, relocated and enhanced trailhead is now called the Crosby Family Confluence Park. This park anchors the Mayor's 5.2 mile loo...
... track and the surrounding areas of the High School. Kids Race Distances: 1 Mile, 1/2 Mile, 200 Meter Dash   Aid Station Information: Aid stations will be located at approximately miles 4, 7.6, 9, 10.7, 12, and one will be at the turnaround for the 5K. Water and Gatorade will be available at each aid station and Gu will be available at aid stations 7.7, and 10.7. Bus Information: Buses will leave from Snow Canyon High School between 6:30am and 7:30am to take you to the start line by Diamond Valley. You must ride the buses to the Start Line. Please remember that not all runners will fit inside the last bus! Awards and Medals: Awards will be 3 deep in each 5-year age category for Men and Women. All Half Marathon and Move It!Kids finishers will receive a finisher medallion!   American Flyers Race Pacers is proud to help pace the following times at Snow Canyon Half Marathon: 1:30, 1:35, 1:40, 1:45, 1:50, 1:55, 2:00, 2:05, 2:10, 2:15, 2:20, 2:25 and 2:30. Come see the pacing booth at packet pickup and get a pace band even if you don't think you'll be by a pacer. For questions about pacers or pacing for future events with us look for us on Facebook under 'American Flyers Race Pacers' or email us at runwithwalter@gmail.com Pre and Post Race Events: Meatball and Massages Green Gate Village (76 Tabernacle- next to Judd's) Friday November 3rd and Saturday November 4th 5:00-7:30pm   Dinner provided by Alfredp's Italian Restaurant $10 Adults  $5 Kids Spaghetti and Meatballs, Salad, Garlic Break and d...
...ee new fire engines this year, the purchase of which was approved in the 2016-17 city budget.  The new engines are PUC (Pierce Ultimate Configuratio...
...ompound along with the 7 Caterpillar Diesel Engines. They produce 2300 HP, 1500 kW each, totaling 11,000 kW. The engines run at 1800 RPM. The plant is designed similar to the Red Rock Generation Facility...
Question: Are there any fees at the event?
Answer: Yes, Crafts are $1.00 each; Popcorn is 25 cents per bag
Question: Is the course walker friendly?
Answer: Yes, to a certain point. Course will close for at 3:30 for a 16:00 minute per mile pace.
Question: What type of event is considered to be a "Special Event"?
Answer: A special event is typically a one-time event such as a sports tournament, concert, walk or run in a park/trail.  A park reservation AND a Special Event Permit are required to hold this type of event in a park or on a trail.  To have a special event you must first make the park or trail reservation and then contact Karen Roundy at (435) 627-4712 to obtain the Special Event Permit.
Question: What are the 4 hour reservation time blocks and fees?
Answer: 7:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.  $240.00 for time period 12:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.  $240.00 for time period 5:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.  $240.00 for time period Payment of reservation fee and $100.00 deposit are due when reservation is made.
Question: What hours is Hela Seegmiller Park open?
Answer: 7:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.
...to enjoy together. General admission is free. The only costs involved are $1 per craft and 25 cents per bag of popcorn.   Kids can test their skills with our carnival games: Eyeball Squirt, Witches Brew Toss, Swampy River Run and more! They can also participate in the family scavenger hunt on the trails around the nature center and make a Halloween theme craft ($1/craft). The Black Cat face painting and tattoo parlor will be on hand wit...
...of the original homestead.   There is a barn (pavilion) which holds 134 people and has 19 picnic tables in it.  It is the perfect place to have a picnic, a f...
Games will begin the first week of Feb. on Tuesdays 10 games in 5-6 weeks with a single elimination tournament. Schedules will be sent out Jan. 31st, 2018.
...ass fee includes all materials.  This workshop is designed for youth 10 years and older. This two-day class meets on both June 12th and June 19th. 
... 4 volleyball played on grass using modified USA outdoor volleyball rules. 14 games (7 weeks) plus a single elimination tournament. League Offered - W...
...y call us at 435-627-4585. (All packages include pool admission for up to 12 guests.)  Basic Splash Party $65.00 Hot food item & small drink Party favor sack with toys and candy Lobby area reserved and decorated for 2 hours Up to 12 children including birthday child $5 extra per child   Splash-N-Play $80.00 Hot food item & small drink Party favor sack with toys and candy Lobby area reserved and decorated for 2 hours Up to 12 children including birthday child Free return swim pass for each child in attendance $8 extra per child   Splash-N-Cake $90.00 Hot food item & small drink Party favor sack with toys and candy Lobby area reserved and decorated for 2 hours Up to 12 children including birthday child Free return swim pass for each child in attendance $9 extra per child Quarter Sheet Cake included Must be scheduled 2 weeks in advance Available Birthday Party Time Slots Monday - Friday1:00 - 3:00 pm3:00 - 5:00 pm6:30 - 8:30 pmSaturday12:00 - 2:00 pm2:00 - 4:00 pm4:00 - 6:00 pm
...bout the fire department’s CPR/AED course, please call 435-627-4150 or send us an email using the link below. Child care providers, or&nbs...
City of St. George RTK Base Station Base Name: SGU1   National Geodetic Survey – CORS http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/cgi-cors/corsage.prl?site=SGU1 NAD83 2011 Epoch 2010.0 Position (derived from 2005.0 IGS08 position): Latitude / Longitude                     37 06 47.48170 N     113 34 13.02341 W Ellipsoid height                              895.579 m Antenna Code                                ASH701945E_M    SNOW   Direct IP (DIP): Internet Broadcast (Streaming data is available from this site via)                 IP:                           209.33.248.96                 PORTS:                 7201 or 7202 – CMR+                                                 7203 or 7204 – RTCM3                                                 7205 – RTCM2                                                 7206 – ATOM                                                 7207 – DBEN   Radio Signal SGU1 – City of St George Base (center of St. George):                 Frequency:                         453.5000 mhz                 Link Rate:                            4800 baud                 Mod Type:                          Trimtalk 450S                 Correction Format:          CMR+ Repeater @ Utah Hill (west side of St. George, Santa Clara, Ivins):                 Frequency:                         453.4000 mhz                Link Rate:                             4800 baud                 Mod Type:                          Trimtalk 450S                 Correction Format:          CMR+ Repeater @ Washington Water Tank (east side of St. George, & Washington):                 Frequency:                         453.2500 mhz                 Link Rate:                            4800 baud                 Mod Type:                          Trimtalk 450S                 Correction Format:          CMR+   Note: The base is broadcasting Ellipsoid based heights.  In order to achieve Washington County Horizontal Control Network (HCN) Elevations use GEOID 99 file in your data collector so that your elevations match those of the published HCN. All new work should use the latest geoid model, which is GEOID 12A, to match OPUS derived elevations.   Disclaimer: The City of St....
...ts.  We also provide first response mutual aid in Arizona.  In 2015, the St. George Fire Department responded to 4,250 calls for EMS, which accounted for nearly 70% of our total call volume.  Calls range from medical emergencies, motor vehicle accidents, to technical rescue.   Currently, we have 49 staff members who are certified to at least the EMT level.  Our three full time engines hold permits issued by the Utah State Bureau of EMS to respond to EMS calls within our response area, which means we are required to carry specialized equipment and supplies to provide emergency care.  Dr. Brett Christiansen is our current medical control physician under whom we practice.  Dr. Christiansen also provides the same service for the 911 dispatch center.    The EMS Program is overseen by Battalion ...
Learn the basics of colors, form, blocking and more! Each student will create an amazing work of art. Class fee includes all materials.
...riday: 5:30 am - 9 pm Saturdays: 8 am - 6 pm OPEN SWIM Monday-Thursday: 1 - 5 pm and 6:30 - 9 pm  Fridays: 1 - 9 pm Saturday: 12 pm - 6 pm  2017 Holiday Hours      Date Time November 23rd (Thanksgiving) Closed November 24th Lap Swim:     5:30am - 9:00pm Open Swim: 11:00am - 9:00pm December 21st and 22nd Lap Swim:     5:30am - 9:00pm Open Swim: 11:00am - 9:00pm  December 25 (Christmas) Closed December 26th - 29th Lap Swim:     5:30am - 9:00pm Open Swim: 11:00am - 9:00pm January 1st - 3rd Lap Swim:     5:30am - 9:00pm Open Swim: 11:00am - 9:00pm Office Hours   Monday - Friday Sat...
...focus on more advance strokes, grips, and strategy.   Courts Court 19 & 20   Days Friday's   Times Beginner Clinic 8am to 9am (September - October - November) 9am to 10am (December - January - February) 9am to 10am (March - April - May) Intermediate Clinic 9am to 10am (September - October - November) 10am to 11am (December - January - February) 10am to 11am (March - April - May)     Drop In Fee $5 / person  
Southern Utah Pickleball Shootout 2018 will be using Pickleballtournaments.com Please refer to pickleballtournaments.com for partner changes, skill changes, schedule of events, draws, times of matches and other related tournament information.  Please make sure you have a current email.  Emails will be coming from pickleballtournaments.com Players needing partners please refer to pickleballtournaments.com, there you will find a list of players needing partners. Dates: March 28th thru March 31st Events: *Please be aware age and skill events may be combined if not enough players *Match times will be announced 4 days prior to the event Wednesday, March 28th / Mens & Womens Doubles / 50+ & 65+ Thursday, March 29th / Mixed Doubles / 50+ & 65+ Friday, March 30th / Mens & Womens Doubles / Open Saturday, March 31st / Mixed Doubles / Open Skill level within the age divisions:  3.0, 3.5, 4.0, 4.5 & 5.0   Location:  Little Valley Pickleball Complex / 2149 Horseman Park Drive Format:  Double Elimination or Round Robin (6...
Question: What is included?
Answer: Just purchase your ticket and be at the Museum by 8:15 am the day of your tour. Transportation, presentations by the collectors and lunch are all included.
...B League (Recreational-COED) Schedules will be sent out on October 27th, 2017 (Fall League) - day after registration closes. 
...State Pickleball Championships   Dates:  Wednesday, November 15th thru Saturday, November 18th Date of Events: Wednesday, November 15th:  Mens & Womens Doubles 50+ & 65+ / 3.0, 3.5, 4.0, 4.5, 5.0 Thursday, November 16th:  Mixed Doubles 50+ & 65+ / 3.0, 3.5, 4.0, 4.5, 5.0 Friday, November 17th:  Mens & Womens Doubles All Ages / 3.0, 3.5, 4.0, 4.5, 5.0 Saturday, November 18th:  Mixed Doubles All Ages / 3.0, 3.5, 4.0, 4.5, 5.0 Match Times: Player check in will be 30 minutes prior Wednesday / 1pm Thursday / 1pm Friday / 2pm Saturday / 9am   Format: Pool Play with Single Elimination                 - Pool Play:  teams will be placed into pools of 3 or 4 teams playing a round robin within that pool.  One game to 11 or 15 depending on size of bracket.                  - Single Elimination:  teams will be placed onto a single elimination bracket, playing one game to 15 or 21 depending on the size of the bracket. Brackets with 7 teams or less will use a round robin format, playing 3 games to 11 or 1 game to 21.  Ball: Onix Pure II Events:  Mens & Womens Doubles...
Question: What time will games start on Friday?
Answer: It depends on the number of teams that sign up but typical start times are around 12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
... Pitch Tournament. 5 Game guarantee. First game could be Friday March 9, 2018 at 9:00 a.m. Sign up early, this one fills up fast! Closing date for Classic is January 1st, 2018.
Summer Send Off is a 10U, 12U, 14U, 16U and 18U Tournament. Tournament start time will be based on how many teams register. Plan accordingly. Schedules will be emailed out and posted on the website by Thursday/Friday the week before the tournament. Make reservation for hotels as soon as possible as September is a busy month. Please support sponsoring hotels as they help keep the cost of the tournament low by providing free hotel rooms to the umpires. The tournament is a four-game guarantee ran on Friday and Saturday. ASA sanctioned tournament. All Players must be individually registered ASA and teams must turn their rosters and pickup there tournament packet one hour prior to their first game at the complex that your first game is schedule at. Coaches must have their badges displayed while on the fields. The city fields very seldom rain out as our fields are built to drain effectively. The city reserves the right to postpone, delay, or reschedule the tournament for later that day or later that weekend but if for any reason the city must cancel the tournament, the following rain out policy applies: Teams still in tournament will be credited 1/4 of the early-bird registration fee for each and every game less than fo...
...ainout policy applies: Teams still in the tournament will be credited ¼ of the registration fee for each and every game less than four that they have played at the time the tournament is cancelled. Please support sponsoring hotels as they help keep the cost of the tournament low by providing free hotel rooms to the umpires. Each team member must bring a $10.00 unwrapped gift will all gifts to be submitted to staff when they pick...
...of clinics and     lessons) Level Descriptions Level 1  -  For beginner players with little or no tennis experience between the ages of 14 and 18.  Level 2 -  Players with some tennis experience who can demonstrate some technique, but may not be able to handle the higher speed or consistency required for Team.    Players will continue to development groundstrokes, serves, volleys and match play.  Players in level 2 are on course for Team. Team A.T.P  -  Players who have achieved a level of ability to handle full speed and size of tennis.  Players will continue to improve strokes, court coverage and tennis strategy.  Team A.T.P is for players expecting to play High School tennis and USTA tournaments.  (Team ATP is invitation only!)  (Team begins at 5pm)     Tournaments Session Tournament / Saturday, October 28th / 9am to 1130am (included in all Jr. Development packages) USTA Tournament / Friday, December 1st & Saturday, December 2nd (Register online at Utahtennis.com) Session Tournament / Saturday, December 16th / 10am to 1230pm (included in all Jr. Development packages) Session Tournament / Saturday, January 27th / 10am to 1230pm (included in all Jr. Development packages)      
Admission   Age Resident Non-Resident Youth (17 & Under) $3.50 $5.00 Adults (18 - 58) $4.00 $6.00 Seniors (59+) $3.50 $5.00 Toddlers (under 3) FREE with paying adult 20% reduction in regular admission fees for groups of ten (10) or more people Individual & Family Passes City Cache Card Accepted  Type Resident Non-Resident Family Quarterly $100.00 $150.00 Family 1/2 year $175.00 $225.00 Family Annual $300.00 $415.00 Family passes good for up to 5 immediate family members under 25, unmarried & living at home.Additional Family Members: $10.00 Individual Quarterly $60.00 $75.00 Individual 1/2 year $100.00 $120.00 Individual Annual $180.00 $210.00 Tri-Pack Pass   Single Premium Family Premium *Tri-pack Pass $240.00 $425.00 *Annual membership to the St. George Recreation Center, City Pool and Sand Hollow Aquatic Center Family passes good for up to 5 immediate family members under 25, unmarried & living at home.Additional Family Members: $10.00     Sand Hollow Aquatic Center Rentals:Private Pool PartiesSaturday evenings beginning at 6:30-8 pm, 8:30-10:00 pmCost is $225.00 (up to 200 people) $50.00 for each 50 additional swimmers. Semi Private ReservationsFor groups are available from 7:00-9:00 pm Monday thru Friday.Cost is $150.00.   
...sp;    $60 per player/ twice a week        $120 per player/ twice a week PLUS 4 half hour private lessons Location: Little Valley Pickleball Facility 2149 E. Horseman Parkway Dr.   Description:    Cl...
Red Rock is a 10U, 12U and 14U Tournament. Tournament start time will be based on how many teams register. Plan accordingly. Schedules will be emailed out and posted on the website by Thursday/Friday the week before the tournament. Make reservation for hotel as soon as possible as April is a busy month. Please support sponsoring hotels as they help keep the cost of the tournament low by providing free hotel rooms to the umpires. The tournament is a four-game guarantee ran on Friday and Saturday. ASA sanctioned tournament. All Players must be individually registered ASA and teams must turn their rosters and pick up their tournament packet one hour prior to their first game at the complex that your first game is scheduled at. Coaches must have their badges displayed while on the fields. The city's field very seldom rain out as our fields are built to drain effectively. The city reserves the right to postpone, delay, or reschedule the tournament for later that day or later that weekend but if for any reason the city must cancel the tournament, the following rain out policy applies: Teams still in tournament will be credited 1/4 of the early-bird registration fee for each and every game less than fo...
When: Friday, April 20th & Saturday, April 21st Sanctioned: USTA Sanctioned, must be a member of the USTA Events & Skill:                - Men's Doubles or Mixed Doubles / 3.0, 3.5, 4.0, 4.5, 5.0               - Women's Doubles / 3.0, 3.5, 4.0, 4.5, 5.0 *Mixed Doubles teams will be placed into the men's doubles division. Format:        7 teams or less / Round Robin / 8 game pro set       8 teams or more / Triple Elimination / 8 game pro set, except for loser bracket II regular set to 6   *Tournament Director reserves the right to change format (Players will be guaranteed at least 3 matches, no one likes to travel and play one match!)   Locations: Tonaquint Tennis Center & Dixie High School   Cost: $30 before April 10th         $40 after April 10th   Match Times:            - Friday / Player check in at 4:30pm / Matches begin at 5pm           - Saturday / Player check in at 9:30am / Matches begin at 10am (Times may be adjusted according to weather and amount of players)Pla...
...ainout policy applies: Teams still in the tournament will be credited ¼ of the registration fee for each and every game less than four that the...
Question: What time will games start on Friday?
Answer: It depends on the number of teams that sign up but typical start times are around 12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
...lowing rain out policy applies: Teams still in tournament will be credited 1/4 of the early-bird registration fee for each and every game less than fo...
Come Play Spring Ball starting in Feb! 16 game guarantee for Double Headers; 9 game guarantee for Single Headers. Division Elite Level: The best athletic and talented teams. Teams that might play in competitive tournaments. Most competitive league in the program. 5 HR limit, then 1+ per game. (Formerly C teams) Skilled Level: This level is for the average athlete and team. This is for a team looking for an average level of competition. Teams are allowed 3 HR's per game. (Formerly high D teams) Recreation Level: Players and team skills are very basic and not advanced. Teams generally have few to no players capable of hitting a HR. Teams are allowed 1 HR per game. All other balls hit over the outfield fence will result as an out. (Formerly low D / E teams) Leagues are offered as follows: Monday: 3 Home Run League, 1 Home Run League & Senior League (50+) Tuesday: Co-Ed 3 Home Run League & 1 Home Run League Thursday: 5+1 Up Home Run League / 3 Home Run League & 1 Home Run League
...sp;    * ** Limit to 8 teams per skill level   Age:  18+   Playing Format:  Triple Elimination     Teams will be guaranteed 3 matches, must lose 3 times before being eliminated.              Winner Bracket:  8 game pro set            Loser Bracket 1:  6 game set            Loser Bracket 2:  6 game set   Prizes:  Prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd in each division    
Summer 10 n Under 2017   Days & Times:  Tuesday & or Thursday from 8:30am to 9:30am Ages:  6 to 10.5 Location:  Tonaquint Tennis Center / 1851 S. Dixie Drive Description: Orange ball clinic will be played on a 60’ court and 50% compression orange balls to help players improve their tennis game.  Tennis rackets and court size are scaled down to the size of the youth players, allowing them to use proper technique.  Orange Ball clinic stays within the parameters of the USTA 10 n Under national program.    Level Descriptions: 8:30am to 9:30am / Level 1  -  For beginner players with little or no tennis experience.  Players in level 1 will learn the forehand and backhand groundstroke, parts of the court, court etiquette and scoring.   See class syllabus on back.    8:30am to 9:30am / Level 2 -  Players with some tennis experience who can demonstrate proper strokes at times.   Players will continue to development forehand and backhand groundstrokes putting them on course for Team Orange.    8:30am to 10:00am / Team Orange  -  Players who have achieved a level of ability that can handle full speed and court of Orange Balls and 60’ court.  Players will continue to work on their forehand and backhand groundstrokes.  Players will be introduced to the serve, volley and match play.     Players are on course for Jr. Development Green Dot Balls.   (Team Orange is invitation only.  Time is from 4:30pm to 6:00pm allowing for match play, see back for package details)   Level 1 & Level 2 Syllabus:   Week 1 & 2: Forehand Groundstroke, parts of the court, games Week 3 & 4: Backhand Groundstroke, court etiquette, games Week 5 & 6: Review of Forehand & Backhand ground strokes, scoring. *Beginner & Intermediate players will be placed in the Non Serve division for the "end of session tournament"   Team Orange Syllabus:   Week 1 & 2:  Forehand & backhand groundstrokes, intro to serving Week 3 & 4:  Intro to Volleys, continue practicing groundstrokes and serves Week 5 & 6: Singles strategy, consistency with groundstrokes, lots of serving.   Session I - June 6th & or 8th thru July 6th (No Tennis on July 4th)    - Saturday "Hit Around" 830am to 930am **Optional**    - End of Session Tournament:  July 8th Session II - July 11th & or 13th thru August 8th & or 10th    - Saturday "Hit Around" 830am to 930am**Optional**    - End of Session Tournament:  August 12th  
...ll Levels:  3.0, 3.5, 4.0, 4.5, 5.0   Entry Limit: Limited to 16 teams per event   Format:  Triple Elimination / 5 or less teams will be placed into a round robin   Triple Elimination Playing format: Losses  /  Points 0   vs   0 = 21 points 0   vs   1 = 21 points  1   vs   115 points  1   vs   2 = 15 points 2   vs   2 = 11 points **Please advise**       Teams may play each other 2 or 3 times       Teams will not be eliminated until they have 3 losses       IF a team with 0 losses plays against a team with 2 losses they will play a game to 21 points   Come dressed up as your favorite rock star! Rock music ...
Come Play Summer Ball starting in June! 16 game guarantee for Double Headers, 9 game guarantee for Single Headers. Divisions Elite Level: The best athletic and talented teams. Teams that might play in competitive tournaments. Most competitive league in the program. 5 HR limit, then 1+ per game. (Formerly C Teams) Skilled Level: This level is for the average athlete and team. This is for a team looking for an average level of competition. Teams are allowed 3 HR's per game. (Formerly high D Teams) Recreation Level: Players and team skills are very basic and not advanced. Teams generally have few to no players capable of hitting a HR. Teams are allowed 1 HR per game. All other balls hit over the outfield fence will result as an out. (Formerly low D / E teams) Leagues are offered as follows: Monday: 3 Home Run League, 1 Home Run League & Senior League (50+) Tuesday: Co-Ed 3 Home Run League & 1 Home Run League Thursday: 5+1 Up Home Run League / 3 Home Run League & 1 Home Run League
Midnight Madness Tennis Tournament Series 2017   When:  Friday, June 16th / Singles / Matches begin at 7pm - Player check in at 6:30pm            **Deadline:  Monday, June 13th** Friday, July 14th / Doubles Mixer / Matches begin at 7pm - Player check in at 6:30pm **Deadline: Monday, July 11th** Friday, August 4th / Singles / Matches begin at 7pm - Player check in at 6:30pm          **Deadline:  Monday, August 1st** Location:  Tonaquint Tennis Center / 1851 S. Dixie Drive (All 3 tournaments) Dixie High School / 350 E. 700 S. Please check website for facility schedule Cost:  All 3 tournaments - $40 /person + Tennis Gift / Deadline:  June 13th 1 Tournament - $20 / person + Tennis Gift  After deadline add $10 Divisions & Prize Breakdown: Youth Division / Ages 10 to 13 (Green Dot Ball)             - Medal for 1st, 2nd & 3rd place / $25 Tennis warehouse for 1st place Youth Division / Ages 14 to 17 (Yellow Ball)             - Medal for 1st, 2nd & 3rd place / $25 Tennis warehouse for 1st place Semi Pro Division / All Ages (Yellow Ball)             - Medal for 1st, 2nd & 3rd place / $25 Tennis warehouse for 1st place Pro Division / All Ages (Yellow Ball)            - Medal for 1st, 2nd & 3rd place / $50 Tennis warehouse for 1st place   Divisions may be combined if not enough players Prize...
... Fast Pitch Tournament. 5 Game guarantee. First game could be Friday March 16, 2018 at 9:00 a.m.  Sign up early, this one fills up fast! Closing date for Classic is January 8th, 2018.
Desert Fall Championships is a 10U, 12U, 14U, 16U and 18U Tournament spread over two weekends. Tournament start time will be based on how many teams register. Plan accordingly. Schedules will be emailed out and posted on the website by Thursday/Friday the week before the tournament. Make reservations for a hotel as soon as possible as November is a busy month - www.sgcity.org/hotels. Please support sponsoring hotels as they help keep the cost of the tournament low by providing free hotel rooms to the umpires. The tournament is a four-game guarantee ran on Friday and Saturday. ASA sanctioned tournament. All Players must be individually registered ASA and teams must turn their rosters and pickup there tournament packet one hour prior to their first game at the complex that your first game is schedule at. Coaches must have their badges displayed while on the fields. The city's fields very seldom rain out as they are built to drain effectively. The city reserves the right to postpone, delay, or reschedule the tournament for later that day or later that weekend but if for any reason the city must cancel the tournament, the following rain out policy applies: Teams still in tournament will be credited 1/4 of the early-bird registration fee for each and every game less than fo...
Question: What time will games start on Friday?
Answer: It depends on the number of teams that sign up but typical start times are around 12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
...ainout policy applies: Teams still in the tournament will be credited ¼ of the registration fee for each and every game less than four that the...
...nbsp; Tuesday & or Thursday Time:  8:00am to 9:00am Ages:  10 to 18 Divisions:       Beginner - Intermediate - Advance Sessions:     Summer Session I - June 6th & or 8th thru July 6th (No tennis on July 4th) (5 week session)     Summer Session II - July 11th & or 13th thru August 8th & or 10th (5 week session) Packages:     Package A - $25 / 1 visit a week    Package B - $45 / 2 visits a week    Pro Package - $70 / 2 visits a week + 4 half hour lessons    Drop In - $10 Location:  Little Valley Pickleball Complex / 2149 Horseman Park Drive Description:  Players will be divided into gr...
...es.   Course Purpose Requirements Pre-Level 1: Introduction to Water Skills -Familiarize children between the ages of 3 and 5 to the aquatic environment and help them acquire rudimentary basic aquatic skills -Help participants develop positive attitudes and safe practices in and around water.  -Prerequisites: No skill prerequisites, child must be at least 3 years old and no older than 5. -Next Level: Pre-Level 2  Pre-Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic Skills  -Increase proficiency and build on the basic aquatic skills learned in Pre-Level 1 -Reinforce water safety concepts and skills introduced in earlier level and introduce additional water safety topics  -Prerequisites: Successful demonstration of the Pre-Level 2 exit skills assessment. -Next Level: Level 1  Level 1:  Introduction to Water Skills -Orient participants to the aquatic environment and help them gain basic aquatic skills -Help participants begin to develop positive attitudes and safe practices around water. -Prerequisites: No skill prerequisites, participants 6 years of age or older.  -Next Level: Level 2  Level 2:  Fundamental Aquatic Skills -Build on the basic aquatic skills and water safety skills and concepts learned in level 1. -Prerequisites: Successful demonstration of the Level 1 exit skills assessment or Pre-Level 2 exit skills assessment.  -Next Level: Level 3  Level 3:  Stroke Development -Build on the skills learned in Levels 1 and 2 to help participants achieve basic water competency in a pool envir...
Come Play Fall Ball starting in October! 16 game guarantee for Double Headers. 9 game guarantee for Single Headers. Divisions Elite Level: The best athletic and talented teams. Teams that might play in competitive tournaments. Most competitive league in the program. 5 HR limit, then 1+ per game. (Formerly C teams) Skilled Level: This level is for the average athlete and team. This is for a team looking for an average level of competition. Teams are allowed 3 HR's per game. (Formerly high D teams) Recreation Level: Players and team skills are very basic and not advanced. Teams generally have few to no players capable of hitting a HR. Teams are allowed 1 HR per game. All other balls hit over the outfield fence will result as a...
Question: Can youth play in this tournament?
Answer: Yes 16 or older are allowed to play, but 18 and under must have wavier signed by parent or guarding before play starts.
...Saturday. Teams will be seeded in the tournament based on win/loss record. 1st and 2nd place will receive an award in each tournament bracket. (will put teams into two brackets if there are enough teams).  Prizes for 1st (Top Bracket): An Apparel Item, Gift Card, "Nailed It" Prize Prizes fo...
...lowing rain out policy applies: Teams still in tournament will be credited 1/4 of the early-bird registration fee for each and every game less than fo...
Question: What time will games start on Friday?
Answer: It depends on the number of teams that sign up but typical start times are around 12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
...Asphalt to treat over 3 million square feet of roadways during Fall 2017, beginning September 12, 2017,  and ending mid-OctoberMap to all roadways being treated with HA5 ...
...sp;    $60 per player/ twice a week        $120 per player/ twice a week PLUS 4 half hour private lessons Location: Little Valley Pickleball Facility 2149 E. Horseman Parkway Dr. Class will teach players how to play picklebal...
...nt Tennis Center & Dixie High School   Cost: $30 before January 15th         $40 after January 15th   Match Times:               - Friday / Player check in at 4:30pm / Matches begin at 5pm               - Saturday / Player check in at 9:30am / Matches begin at 10am (Times may be adjusted according to weather and amount of players) P...
Dinkers Days:  Tuesday & or Thursday Time:  9am to 10am Ages:  6 thru 9 Sessions:   Summer Session I - June 6th & or 8th thru July 6th (No tennis on July 4th) (5 week session)   Summer Session II - July 11th & or 13th thru August 8th & or 10th (5 week session) Packages:     Package A - $25 / 1 visit a week    Package B - $45 / 2 visits a week    Pro Package - $70 / 2 visits a week + 4 half hour lessons Location:  Little Valley Pickleball Complex / 2149 Horseman Park Drive Description:  Players will learn how to play ...
...lowing rain out policy applies: Teams still in tournament will be credited 1/4 of the early-bird registration fee for each and every game less than fo...
Halloween Spectacular is a 10U, 12U, 14U, 16U and 18U Tournament. This tournament we LOVE to see teams dressed up celebrating the Halloween Spirit! We have a couple prizes for the top players, coaches and teams!    Tournament start time will be based on how many teams register. Plan accordingly. Schedules will be emailed out and posted on the website by Thursday/Friday the week before the tournament. Make reservation for hotel as soon as possible as October is a busy month. Please support sponsoring hotels as they help keep the cost of the tournament low by providing free hotel rooms to the umpires. The tournament is a four-game guarantee ran on Friday and Saturday. ASA sanctioned tournament. All Players must be individually registered ASA and teams must turn their rosters and pickup there tournament packet one hour prior to their first game at the complex that your first game is schedule at. Coaches must have their badges displayed while on the fields. The city's fields very seldom rain out as they are built to drain effectively. The city reserves the right to postpone, delay, or reschedule the tournament for later that day or later that weekend but if for any reason the city must cancel the tournament, the following rain out policy applies: Teams still in tournament will be credited 1/4 of the early-bird registration fee for each and every game less than fo...
Question: What time will games start on Friday?
Answer: It depends on the number of teams that sign up but typical start times are around 12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
...lowing rain out policy applies: Teams still in tournament will be credited 1/4 of the early-bird registration fee for each and every game less than fo...