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St. George Youth City Council Frequently Asked Questions:
...t a chance to lead a group of peers to complete service projects and other activities. This is a great opportunity to improve your resume, your colleg...


City Parks:
...parks, community parks, sport facilities and other provide a wide range of activities. The planning, design, and construction of park


Civil Matters:
... Attorney and Paralegal manage responsibilities for all legal services and activities involving the City including policies and procedures, contracts,...


Special Event:
...s on the park facility schedule to prevent conflicts with sports and other activities. Please allow at least 5 business days for this process. 3....


City Squares:
...parks, community parks, sport facilities and other provide a wide range of activities. The planning, design, and construction of parks and other recre...


River Road Project:
...rking throughout the project. Here’s a roundup of the different activities happening this week.  With the arrival of a special order ...


Camp Atlantis:
... our amazing summer camp staff. Each session will feature different games, activities along with plenty of fun in the water.   Ages: 8-10 years...


Air Quality:
demolition application air quality application blasting work activities application


CSI Lil Detectives:
...to Zombie Camp? This camp is designed around being outside for most of the activities. Your child will get dirty so sending them in old clothes that c...


Arts Commission:
... and cooperates in the operation of other physical facilities for cultural activities.  Supports existing arts activities. Assesses future needs of the community for art activities. Recommends to the City the need for financial and logistic supp...


Arbor Day Celebration 2021:
...ting will be done at the cemetery.  Event Highlights Includes: Crafts/Activities for Youth Hot Dogs/Chips refreshments for volunteers Shrubbery g...


PBS STEM camps:
...e science inquiry and engineering design process as they complete hands-on activities, games and more. Ready Jet GO! Space Exploration Camp: Are you c...


Illicit Discharge Detection & Elimintation:
...or Wetland Flows Swimming Pools -Only if De-Chlorinated  Firefighting Activities Any Other Uncontaminated Water Source


Camp Neptune :
... our amazing summer camp staff. Each session will feature different games, activities along with plenty of fun in the water.   AGES: 5-7 years ...


Sciencepalooza:
...ter! Witness incredible demos and participate in hands-on interactive activities. Each child will receive a t-shirt and a swag bag filled with go...


Museum Tours:
...ers also “Meet the Artist” for demonstrations and hands-on art activities.After a winter break for the holidays, school tours resume in mi...


Summer Fun Camp:
...ession one is 6-9 year olds and Session two is 10-12 year olds. All of the activities will be the same for both sessions. 


Roles and Duties of the St. George Youth Council:
Mayor Preside over meetings of the Council Coordinate all projects and activities Plan and develop concepts Assist and mentor directors and Coun...


Getting Involved:
...nterest in art by visiting the museum and checking out various classes and activities, and become a member! 


SGO Expo Days:
...:  Click on the online registration link below for a full list of the activities and dates What should we bring: Youth will need to show up with ...


Police Department:
...ith an elevation of 2,760 feet, promotes year round recreation and leisure activities


Automotive/Car Wash    :
...bsp;    BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES OR BMP:  The schedules of activities, prohibitions of practices, maintenance procedures, and other ma...


Cemetery Information:
...nbsp; Rules and Regulations of Cemetery Grounds No active recreational activities are permitted such as soccer, baseball, and football. No a...


Residential Vehicle Maintenance:
Automotive maintenance activities are considered storm water pollution “hot spots” pro...


Active Transportation:
...k, shop, visit friends, or exercise. Walking and bicycling are not niche activities or sports, but rather should be integral pieces of transportatio...


Fireworks Information:
...way 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 or other ignition sources 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 has become a tradition with many families.  If families act responsibly with legal fireworks activities, they should have an enjoyable holiday.  The vast majority ...


Family Discovery Center:
...Center, for each exhibit, we feature multi-disciplinary, hands-on learning activities that expand upon the concepts featured in the art and increase t...


Adventure Camp for Teens:
Youth will love this outdoor adventure camp featuring different activities including team building exercises and adventurous activities each week. A majority of all the activities (90%) will be held outside.   Sessions 1 and 2 are


Teens Take The Museum:
...Museum on June 25th, 6:00-8:00 pm with a Surf's Up theme this summer. Activities include guided pastel drawing and beach themed activities.      Pricing Information $5/ teen


Curiosity Club for Kids:
...r Kids! Each session features different weekly topics that include related activities and learning lessons.    2021 Session Dates Curiosity ...


Boredom Buster Day Camp :
Summertime in St. George can be hot but we have lots games, activities and more planned to keep your child busy. Let us keep your child...


Volunteers In Public Safety:
...ent. Below is a brief overview of the requirements for membership, and the activities of the VIPS unit. Minimum requireme


Procurement and Surplus:
...sing practices are integral to credibility and reliability in the everyday activities of government. Purchasing activities are of public interest and a matter of public record. The City P...


Stormwater for Residents:
...stem is washed directly to the rivers or washes in our city. The following activities are areas that have been identified as common pollution sources and are considered high priority: Pool Care & Maintenance Automotive Maintenance Activities Landscaping Pet Waste Septic Tanks


Curiosity Club Summer Series:
...the St George Social Hall. During each week, kids will engage in different activities and games.   June 22- Zoo Life June 29- The Great Camp Out ...


Stormwater for Construction:
...r will be protected from all pollutants possibly generated by construction activities. It should be personalized to your site and target mitigation ef...


Junior Ranger Family Night:
...ity event open for everyone of all ages. Come out and explore what outdoor activities and places there are in Southern Utah.


Museum Explorer Day Camp:
  Kids will travel to and experience activities at the following museums: St. George Childr


Welcome to St. George Outdoors!:
The city of St. George is excited to offer outdoor recreation activities to our community through St. George Outdoors, also known as SGO....


Opera House and Social Hall:
...ra House functioned for 50 years as the center of Southern Utah's cultural activities. A generation of pioneers cast their heavy loads aside and laugh...


Special Needs Family Nature Night:
...ecial needs and their parents to come learn about nature through games and activities. We encourage families to pack a picnic dinner to share together...


Fall Festival and Pumpkin Alley:
Is this event held outside? Yes, a majority of the festival’s activities are held outside on the Nature Center’s premises along wit...


Food Service Establishments and FOG:
...d or logbook of interceptor or trap cleaning and maintenance practices and activities.  The record or logbook shall include:      ...


CommunityDevelopment Block Grant (CDBG):
... federal funding to perform a variety of community development and housing activities in all states, qualifying counties, and in all “entitled&r...


Outreach Education Field Trip Information:
...ps from Kindergarten to fifth grade tailoring the discussions and hands-on activities to the age of the participants. These classes are presented at Tonaquint Park and Nature Center but can be brought to a classroom at your school. Additionally, home-school groups can coordinate classes with our staff to meet their specific needs.   Outdoor Education Program Topics A variety of topics can be presented by the TNC’s staff and volunteers. Below is a a current list of topics that are offered.   Topics 1.       Animal Biomes (Habitats) 2.       Beak Buffet (Bird Adaptations) 3.       Birds of Prey (Owls, Hawks and More) 4.       Desert Wildlife (live desert reptiles)*presented by Red Cliffs Desert Reserve 5.       Flutter Away (Butterfly Life Cycle) 6.       Garden Creatures (plants and critters of the garden) *presented by the Washington Co. Water Conservancy District 7.       Beak Buffet (Bird Adaptations) 8.       Million Year Old Picnic (Reuse and Recycle) 9.   Gurrr…. Utah’s Black Bear 10.   Wading in Wetlands 11.   Water Cycle 12.   You, Me and Trees 13.   Tennis is for Everyone (Physical Education)   How to Book a Field Trip Any educator may visit our website at https://www.sgcity.org/triprequest/ to book a field trip day for his/her classroom for FREE. A two (2) week notice is greatly appreciated due to calendaring issues.  However, please note when viewing the on-line calendar there are black-out dates. When requesting your field trip, please select your preferred topics, the number of attendees along with the day and time you prefer. Once your field trip request has been submitted, you will receive a confirmation or denial of your request.   Field Trip Set-Up In most cases, a large group is divided into smaller groups of 25 or less to accommodate the stations. An average school group of 100 is typically divided into 4 sub-groups of 25 students. Each sub-group then would rotate throughout 4 stations lasting approximately 25 minutes at each station.   Making the Most of Your Field Trip A field trip is an opportunity for students to link their classroom learning, knowledge and understanding of a subject with outside experiences. These extension activities make learning more relevant and memorable. Your students will get more out of the experience if you build what they learned into your curriculum. An ideal field trip begins with in-class lessons and experiments to prepare students for what they will experience in the field. Post field trip activities will further enhance the learning, knowledge, and understanding gained during the environmental experience. On our website, www.sgcityrec.org/tnc you will find the list of programs available. Please refer to this website to prepare your students in advance. Teacher Responsibilities: Please have your groups ready at the drop off point, with name tags visible, at Tonaquint Park’s main parking lot at the proper time. Prepare your students by reviewing program vocabulary. Let the students know ahead of time what to expect in their program. Explain the behavioral expectations. Encourage the students to listen to the presentations, keep their voices down and come willing to learn something new. Please maintain a “don’t touch” policy for the students unless the environmental educator has suggested it. Student Responsibilities: Follow the environmental educator’s instructions at all times. Stay with the group and on the paths at all times. Wear clothes that are comfortable and adequate for any weather changes. Please maintain a “don’t touch” policy unless the environmental educator has suggested it. Ask questions. Respect the environment. We are visitors in the home of others.  Chaperone Responsibilities: Know where the members of your group are at all times. Resolve any discipline issues. Assist participants who have an emergency. Make sure all members of the group follow staff rules. Participate in and show interest in the programs. Model proper behavior. Leave siblings or other children at home. Please turn off cell phones.                           Preparing For Your Field Trip Arrival: Please arrive on time. Delays may force cancellation or shortening of some programs. Buses should drop students off at the designated parking area at the park. Please assemble students in the pavilion next to the parking lot. Your students will be greeted by one of our educational staff. **Smaller groups will meet at the Tonaquint Nature Center. Cell Phones: While we recognize the importance of cell phones on-site, we request that all cell phones be silenced during program presentations and that all chaperones refrain from taking calls during the field trip. Discipline: The environmental educator is not responsible for discipline. Teacher and chaperone involvement is vital to a meaningful learning experience and student safety. Dismissal: Please have buses pick up students at the park’s main parking lot. After turning onto the park’s main entrance, follow the road until you see the parking lot next to the tennis courts. There is enough room for the bus to turn around. If your bus is going to wait, please ask the driver to turn off the bus. Bus emissions are harmful for the environment and students at the park. Dress: Students and chaperones must wear close-toed shoes. Long pants and long sleeves are preferred, even in warm weather. Dress appropriately for cooler weather as most activities are in the shaded tree areas. Failure to comply may result in pa...


Outreach Education Field Trip Information:
...ps from Kindergarten to fifth grade tailoring the discussions and hands-on activities to the age of the participants. These classes are presented at Tonaquint Park and Nature Center but can be brought to a classroom at your school. Additionally, home-school groups can coordinate classes with our staff to meet their specific needs.   Outdoor Education Program Topics A variety of topics can be presented by the TNC’s staff and volunteers. Below is a a current list of topics that are offered.   Topics 1.       Animal Biomes (Habitats) 2.       Beak Buffet (Bird Adaptations) 3.       Birds of Prey (Owls, Hawks and More) 4.       Desert Wildlife (live desert reptiles)*presented by Red Cliffs Desert Reserve 5.       Flutter Away (Butterfly Life Cycle) 6.       Garden Creatures (plants and critters of the garden) *presented by the Washington Co. Water Conservancy District 7.       Beak Buffet (Bird Adaptations) 8.       Million Year Old Picnic (Reuse and Recycle) 9.   Gurrr…. Utah’s Black Bear 10.   Wading in Wetlands 11.   Water Cycle 12.   You, Me and Trees   13.   Tennis is for Everyone (Physical Education)   How to Book a Field Trip Any educator may visit our website at https://www.sgcity.org/triprequest/ to book a field trip day for his/her classroom for FREE. A two (2) week notice is greatly appreciated due to calendaring issues.  However, please note when viewing the on-line calendar there are black-out dates. When requesting your field trip, please select your preferred topics, the number of attendees along with the day and time you prefer. Once your field trip request has been submitted, you will receive a confirmation or denial of your request.   Field Trip Set-Up   In most cases, a large group is divided into smaller groups of 25 or less to accommodate the stations. An average school group of 100 is typically divided into 4 sub-groups of 25 students. Each sub-group then would rotate throughout 4 stations lasting approximately 25 minutes at each station.   Making the Most of Your Field Trip A field trip is an opportunity for students to link their classroom learning, knowledge and understanding of a subject with outside experiences. These extension activities make learning more relevant and memorable. Your students will get more out of the experience if you build what they learned into your curriculum. An ideal field trip begins with in-class lessons and experiments to prepare students for what they will experience in the field. Post field trip activities will further enhance the learning, knowledge, and understanding gained during the environmental experience. On our website, www.sgcityrec.org/tnc you will find the list of programs available. Please refer to this website to prepare your students in advance. Teacher Responsibilities: Please have your groups ready at the drop off point, with name tags visible, at Tonaquint Park’s main parking lot at the proper time. Prepare your students by reviewing program vocabulary. Let the students know ahead of time what to expect in their program. Explain the behavioral expectations. Encourage the students to listen to the presentations, keep their voices down and come willing to learn something new. Please maintain a “don’t touch” policy for the students unless the environmental educator has suggested it. Student Responsibilities: Follow the environmental educator’s instructions at all times. Stay with the group and on the paths at all times. Wear clothes that are comfortable and adequate for any weather changes. Please maintain a “don’t touch” policy unless the environmental educator has suggested it. Ask questions. Respect the environment. We are visitors in the home of others.  Chaperone Responsibilities: Know where the members of your group are at all times. Resolve any discipline issues. Assist participants who have an emergency. Make sure all members of the group follow staff rules. Participate in and show interest in the programs. Model proper behavior. Leave siblings or other children at home. Please turn off cell phones.                           Preparing For Your Field Trip Arrival: Please arrive on time. Delays may force cancellation or shortening of some programs. Buses should drop students off at the designated parking area at the park. Please assemble students in the pavilion next to the parking lot. Your students will be greeted by one of our educational staff. **Smaller groups will meet at the Tonaquint Nature Center. Cell Phones: While we recognize the importance of cell phones on-site, we request that all cell phones be silenced during program presentations and that all chaperones refrain from taking calls during the field trip. Discipline: The environmental educator is not responsible for discipline. Teacher and chaperone involvement is vital to a meaningful learning experience and student safety. Dismissal: Please have buses pick up students at the park’s main parking lot. After turning onto the park’s main entrance, follow the road until you see the parking lot next to the tennis courts. There is enough room for the bus to turn around. If your bus is going to wait, please ask the driver to turn off the bus. Bus emissions are harmful for the environment and students at the park. Dress: Students and chaperones must wear close-toed shoes. Long pants and long sleeves are preferred, even in warm weather. Dress appropriately for cooler weather as most activities are in the shaded tree areas. Failure to comply may result in pa...


American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor (WSI) Course:
...ross Swim programs, it teaches candidates to introduce and develop fitness activities, skills and water safety and swimming skills in several Red Cros...