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ADA:
... are within ¾ mile of a fixed-route stop. For information about ADA certification, call SunTran at 435-673-TRAN.   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   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 Au...


Ballet Classes:
...BFA in Ballet Performance from Utah Valley University. Broklyn is ABT® Certified Teacher, who has successfully completed the ABT® Teacher Trai...


Technology:
...gement and Rights ManagementTwo-Factor AuthenticationRegulatory Compliance CertificationExternal and Internal Penetration Testing andResolutionCompute...


Program:
...there is a tangible vitality pulsing through our captivating galleries, concert settings, festivals, theatre productions, film, and dance venues, just waiting to be discovered–-or rediscovered–-by a curious vacationer or longtime resident.   This fall, as we collectively gather for Arts Summit 2022, our mission is to recognize the unifying canvas of brotherhood we share. I personally invite you to explore an art form not yet familiar to you. Seek out something new and different and allow the arts to recreate within you a better sense of community, today, and for those who will later follow. As Robert L. Lynch, President of Americans for the Arts emphatically stated, “The arts empower. The arts give a voice to the voiceless. The arts help transform American communities and, as I often say, the result can be a better child, a better town, a better nation, and certainly a better world. Let’s champion our arts action heroes, emul...


Proud provider of American Red Cross Lifeguarding      :
Become an American Red Cross Lifeguard! Classes will teach and certify you in the latest methods in Professional Water Rescue, CPR/AED, and First Aid.  Gain the certification necessary to work as a lifeguard at your community swimming p...


City Parks:
...ash; over 200 people (must also obtain a Special Event Permit) NOTE:  Certain events require a Special Event Permit in addition to your park rese...


Proud provider of American Red Cross Lifeguarding:
Become an American Red Cross Lifeguard! Classes will teach and certify you in the latest methods in Professional Water Rescue, CPR/AED, and First Aid.  Gain the certification necessary to work as a lifeguard at your community swimming p...


New Normal Run, Walk, Or Roll (Virtual Race):
...rall champion buttons awarded to winners of each division. Printable award certificate that will display all of your milestones and your final distanc...


Youth Soccer:
...ing staff! Most camps will include a free soccer ball, T-shirt, Poster and Certificate, as well as a free early registration replica jersey- please ch...


Safe St. George:
...m in Utah is designed to be "Revenue Neutral" which is accomplished by the Certified Tax Rate (CTR). The CTR provides the tax rate, that if adopted by...


City Squares:
...ash; over 200 people (must also obtain a Special Event Permit) NOTE:  Certain events require a Special Event Permit in addition to your park rese...


Steve Brough:
...raduated from the ABA Stonier Graduate School of Banking with a Leadership Certificate from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of B...


Privacy Notice:
...o use it) only as permitted by federal and state laws. These laws give you certain rights regarding your personal information.   Purpose of Privacy Notice The City is committed to protecting the personal information of those accessing its website. The purpose of this Notice is to inform those accessing the City website at www.sgcity.org regarding the collection and use of personally identifiable information.   Definition of Personally Identifiable Information For purposes of this Notice “personally identifiable information” means any information relating to an identified or identifiable individual who is the subject of the information. This information could include information that identifies a user by name, account number, physical or mailing address, email address, telephone number, Social Security number, credit or debit card information, or bank account information. This information may include any combination of the above or other personal information that could be used to determine identity.   Personally Identifiable Information Not Routinely Collected Visitors to the City website do not have to routinely provide personal information to visit the website or to download information. Government agencies may request personally identifiable information from you to provide requested specialized services, but such information is handled as it would be if obtained during an in-person visit to a government office, We do not collect any personal information from a visitor to our site unless that visitor explicitly and intentionally provides it. Under no circumstances do we collect any personal data revealing political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs, health status, or sexual orientation. If you are simply browsing our site, we do not gather any personal information about you.   Information We Gather from You The City only collects personally identifiable information that is required to provide services. You can decline to provide us with any personal information on the website at any time. However, if you choose to withhold requested information, we may not be able to provide you with the online services dependent upon the collection of that information.  There are several ways in which you affirmatively provide us with, and consent to our collection of certain personal information: User Submissions - Some of our online City services allow users to submit suggestions, comments, or requests to us. This could be by emailing us, filling out an online form to provide comments and suggestions, or reporting a problem. This data may include personally identifiable information such as name and email address. We will use the information you send us to respond. We may also direct your message to another government agency that can help in addressing your request.  User Accounts - Some digital City services involves the creation of user accounts. Creating an account may involve the submission of personally identifiable information. This could include a username, password, email address, mailing address, telephone number, full name, employment, and other history, etc. We do not use this information to send to commercial and marketing messages. We will only use this information to provide you with government services. The City will make every reasonable effort to protect your privacy. It restricts access to your personal identifiable information to those employees that will respond to your request or inquiry. The City does not intentionally disclose any personal information about our users to any third parties inside or outside the City except as required by law or to provide a service for which the City has contracted with a third party.   Information We Automatically Collect and Receive Like most other websites, the City’s website collects certain information automatically and stores it in log files. The information may include internet domain and internet protocol (IP) addresses of the device you are using to access our site, the region or general location where your computer or device is accessing the internet, browser type and operating system used to visit our site, the date and time of when you access our site, other usage information about the use of the City’s website, and information on the history of the pages you view. This information does not identify you personally. We do not collect this information to provide targeted advertising. The data collected serve as part of our statistical analysis about the use of our website so we may better design online services and improve access to them. We analyze traffic to our services in various ways, including using third-party services.    Use of Cookies We use “persistent cookies”. We use “temporary cookies” on some parts of www.sgcity.org, and such temporary cookies expire upon the end of the browsing session. The use of cookies is a standard practice among Internet websites. Most Internet web browsers may be customized to reject cookies, to only accept or reject cookies by user intervention, or to delete cookies. Rejecting and/or removing cookies, however, may lead to loss of functionality on selected pages requiring cookies to function fully.   Access to Personally Identifiable Information From Governmental Websites and the Governmental Records Access and Management Act As a municipal government, the City of St. George is a public governmental body subject to Chapter 2, Title 63 of the Utah Code, the law entitled the Government Records Access and Management Act (GRAMA). Information about GRAMA can be found on the Utah State Legislature website at https://le.utah.gov/xcode/Title63G/Chapter2/63G-2.html. If an appropriate request is made to the City for information that is subject to disclosure under Chapter 2, and not made confidential elsewhere in the Utah Code, the City of St. George may be required to disclose the information requested, even if it may include your personally identifiable information. While Chapter 2 sets the general policies for access to government records in the state of Utah, other sections of the Utah Code as well as other federal laws also deal with confidentiality issues.   All records that are prepared, owned, received, or retained by a governmental entity that may be reproduced by certain means are considered public, unless they are private, controlled, or protected, as outlined in GRAMA, or are records to which access is restricted according to court rule, other State law, federal law, or federal regulation. Information that is generally considered public record under GRAMA and not made confidential elsewhere in the Utah Code or by federal law, may be subject to electronic access through the City’s website. Personally identifiable information is not a classification of records under GRAMA.   Use of e-mail addresses E-mail addresses obtained as a result of a request to the City website will not be sold or provided to private companies by the City for marketing purposes. The information collected is subject to the access and provisions of GRAMA, other applicable sections of the Utah Code or federal law. E-mail or other information requests sent to the City website may be maintained in order to respond to the request, forward that request to the appropriate department, communicate updates to the City webpage that may be of interest to citizens, or to provide the City web designer with valuable customer feedback to assist in improving the site. Individuals will be provided with the ability “opt out” at any time of any communications regarding new service updates.   Third-party Services The City and elected offices contract with third parties for certain services such as web traffic monitoring, website optimization form submissions, and workflow tools and financial transactions. Some user accounts created on contracted third-party systems may be linked with other third-party websites, such as social media networks. To link your accounts, you must provide your display name or user ID to those third-party websites.  You may also be required to engage in an authorization process with each of those websites. We do not receive or store your password from those websites. Whenever you use a third-party service, you are also agreeing to that service’s Privacy Policy. The City’s website uses YouTube API Services to help retrieve and display YouTube videos and video information. The data used is all publicly available information, including the following for videos and playlists: titles, descriptions, IDs, channel IDs, and thumbnails.  Usage of YouTube videos and YouTube video information is subject to the YouTube terms of service (www.youtube.com). The City does not access, use, or collect any personal information in its use of YouTube API Services, but Google may do so. Please see Google Privacy and Terms (https://policies.google.com/privacy?hl=en-US) for more information on how Google might use your personal data when interacting with its services.    What Happens After You Provide Personal Information Our intention in collecting information is to provide users with smooth and efficient online City service experiences. We generally respond to any e-mail questions, requests for services, and other inquiries that we receive. We may retain this correspondence to improve our services, our website, and for other disclosed purposes. We may retain contact information so that we can send individual updates or other important information.   Data Security The City of St. George is committed to data security and the data integrity of personally identifiable information that is either available from or collected by governmental websites and takes reasonable precautions to protect personally identifiable information from loss, misuse, or alteration. We maintain physical, technical, and administrative safeguards. We update and test our security technology on an ongoing basis. We restrict access to your personal data to those employees who need to know that information to provide benefits or services to you. When a City application accepts credit cards or any other particularly sensitive information for any of its services, it encrypts all ordering information, such as your name and credit card number, to protect its confidentiality. However, as with any transmission over the Internet, there is always some element of risk involved in sending personal information. Unless otherwise prohibited by state or federal law, rule or regulation, an individual is granted the ability to access and correct personally identifiable information whether the information inaccuracy was accidental or by created unauthorized access. Visitors should be aware, however, that even though protections are in place, the City cannot guarantee against the occurrence of hardware failure, unauthorized intrusion, or other technical problems.   Non-City Websites Various web sites may be linked through www.sgcity.org. Many of these sites, including private sector sites, are not subject to GRAMA and may also not be subject to other sections of the Utah Code or federal law. Visitors to those sites are advised to check the privacy notices of these sites and be cautious about providing personally identifiable information without a clear understanding of how the information will be used. Visitors may want to consult guidelines on protecting your personal information such as those recommended by the Privacy Alliance, at http://www.privacyalliance.org/protection/. The City of St. George and www.sgcity.org are not responsible for the privacy practices, privacy notices or content regarding these other sites.   Information Storage Retention of records obtained from the City’s website and other sources follows the City’s records retention schedule. Retention timelines can vary depending on what kind of information you provide.   Sharing Information We may share information or statistics with third parties or the public in an anonymous form that does not directly identify you. This would typically be done to assess an online City service. No personally identifiable information would be  released. Additionally, if a user is having issues with an online City service, we may share information with outside parties to the extent necessary to troubleshoot the issues or enhance the performance of the system.    If We Are Required by Law to Disclose Information Under certain circumstances we may be required by law to disclose certain information to law enforcement authorities. Suspicious email, elect...


Special Event:
...sponsibility to ensure you receive and provide to the City of St. George a Certificate of Liability Insurance in the required amount with all required endorsements PRIOR to your event. If you have questions about insurance, please contact City staff as soon as possible.• 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 proposing to be hosted in City parks should make reservations online https://www.sgcity.org/parkreservations/ and confirm payment by calling (435) 627-4530. Reservations must be secured in advance of submitting the special event application.    Useful phone numbers that may be necessary for your event:• Food Handlers Permit: (435) 986-2580• Large Tent Approval/Inspection: (435) 627-4150• Park Reservation: (435) 627-4530• Proof of Insurance Clarification: (435) 627-4605• Street Closure/Encroachment Permit: (435) 627-4006• Temporary Sign/Banner Permit: (435) 627-4712• Temporary Utah Sales Tax Numbers for Events/Vendors: (801) 297-6303    What is a Special Event? â€‹Chapter 10, Section 3-10-2:  Defines a "SPECIAL EVENT" as – A temporary event of any of the following or a combination of the following acts:A. Any athletic event, entertainment event, parade, carnival, circus, dance, musical event, rodeo event, fighting event, racing event, live shows, fairs, concerts, block parties, filming event, or outdoor sales event, whether held f...


Equal Access:
...written acknowledgment to the complainant within ten (10) calendar days by certified mail. 4. If a complaint is deemed incomplete, additional information will be requested, and the complainant will be provided sixty (60) calendar 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) calendar 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) calendar 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 no...


Angela Crooks' Biography:
...ould say. She loves the feeling she gets after spending countless hours on certain shot, and finally being able to hit it perfect in a match. She like...


Comeback Curve Run, Walk, Or Roll (Virtual Race):
...rall champion buttons awarded to winners of each division. Printable award certificate that will display all of your milestones and your final distanc...


Wayne Bullock's Biography:
...le:  Assistant Recreation Manager / Head Pro Tennis & Pickleball Certifications:  USPTA, PTR, PPR & Wheelchair Years Teaching:&nbs...


Utility Rates:
...water needs. The secondary irrigation water is currently only available in certain parts of the city, but the city is working to get the secondary wat...


Fleet Division:
... largest fleet in the State of Utah  8th year in a row ASE Blue Seal Certified (10% of fleets nationally hold this certification) Approved by 22 manufacturers as a warranty shop   Ma...


Hazardous Waste:
...p; In the case of any notification made under this Section, the User shall certify that it has a program in place to reduce the volume and toxicity of...


Tarifas Y Pases:
...cia de ¾ de milla de rutas fijas. Para información sobre los certificados ADA, llame 673-TRAN.


Fast Flashback Run Walk or Roll:
...rall champion buttons awarded to winners of each division. Printable award certificate that will display all of your milestones and your final distanc...


Streets Division:
...e 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 ...


Human Resources:
...In addition, make sure you include photocopies of any applicable licenses, certifications, etc. Please read the Job Announcement carefully to ensure t...


Arsenic Information:
...lating 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 considerably and that the extent of this variation is unknown. It is certainly possible that the metabolic patterns of people affect their response to inorganic arsenic. There are studies underway in humans and experimental animals under the EPA research plan and other sponsorships. Over the next several years these will provide better understanding of the mode(s) of carcinogenic action of arsenic, metabolic processes that are important to its toxicity, human variability in metabolic processes, and the specific contributions of various food and other sources to arsenic exposure in the U.S. These are important issues in projecting risk from the observed data range in the epidemiologic studies to lower environmental exposures experienced from U.S. drinking water. Until further research is completed, questions will remain regarding the dose-response relationship at low environmental levels. The several Taiwan studies have strengths in their long-term observation of exposed persons and coverage of very large populations (>40,000 persons). Additionally, the collection of pathology data was unusually thorough. Moreover, the populations were quite homogeneous in terms of lifestyle. Limitations in exposure information exist that are not unusual in such studies. In ecological epidemiology studies of this kind, the exposure of individuals is difficult to measure because their exposure from water and food is not known. This results in uncertainties in defining a dose-response relationship. The studies in Chile ...


Hazmat Operations:
... illicit laboratories, and biological hazards. Our department has 13 state-certified Hazmat Technicians that are trained in offensive strategies that stabilize hazmat emergencies. We also have 90 state-certified Hazmat Operations Responders. These responders are trained on def...


Frequent Questions:
...urchase Order # along with any applicable documentation for payment (e.g. "certificate of Legal Work Status" and "Waiver and Release of Payment" on co...


Last One Standing Ultra Race  :
... will also be given buttons that can be attached to the medal that signify certain achievements.  Runners who complete all 17 loops will receive ...


Junior Lifeguarding :
...nce of water safety, along with the duties and responsibilities of being a certified lifeguard. Each participant will gain a solid foundation of knowledge and skills to prepare them for future lifeguard certification. Sessions run Monday thru Thursday for 3 weeks. Ages: 11-14 y...


Become a Firefighter:
...eed to possess a current Utah or National Registry EMT, AEMT, or Paramedic certification.  Reserve firefighters and part-time firefighters are not required to be EMTs.   RESERVE FIREFIGHTERS Reserve firefighters do not receive a wage but do receive benefits through the City of St. George.  The requirements of a reserve firefighter include, but are not limited to: Residing in the fire district they are assigned to. Attending weekly evening training sessions.  Sleeping at a station on a rotating schedule. To be eligible for the position of reserve firefighter, you: Must be 18 years of age Must possess a valid Utah driver's license Must live within the St. George city limits Reserve firefighters will be required to successfully complete the St. George Firefighter Recruit Academy. The recruit academy is necessary to obtain the required certifications, which include Firefighter Level I and Level II, Hazardous Materials Awareness, Hazardous Materials Operations, and CPR/AED certifications.  Even if you already possess these certifications, you must still complete the academy.  The Firefighter Recruit Academy teaches firefighting techniques that are specific to this geographical area and ensures all firefighters are at the same level of expertise when starting at the department. The Firefighter Recruit Academy takes about three months to complete. Typically, recruits will meet twice weekly in the evening and all day on Saturday. The Firefighter Recruit Academy is held once a year.  Please be advised that you may not hear from the department immediately after you submit an application, but all applications are held until the next academy.  At that time, anyone still interested and eligible will be given an opportunity to test for entrance into the academy.  Please do not reapply if you have not been contacted.  You are welcome to contact Human Resources at 435-627-4670 to check the status of your application.      PART-TIME FIREFIGHTERS Part-time firefighters are paid for the hours they work.  There are no benefits with this position.  Part-time firefighters who are also Utah or National Registry certified EMTs, AEMTs, or Paramedics receive a higher wage than part-time firefighters who are not EMTs. A minimum of 45 hours worked each month is required to remain on the department.  To be eligible for the position of a part-time firefighter, you:  Must be 18 years of age Must reside within 100-miles from St. George City center per St. George Fire Department Policy 1047 Residency Requirements at time of appointment and for the duration of employment. Must possess a valid Utah driver's license (If residing outside the State of Utah within the 100-mile requirement of St. George City Fire Department Policy 1047 Residency Requirements, Driver license requirement must be approved by the City’s Human Resource Department for valid out of state license.)   FULL-TIME FIREFIGHTERS You must possess the minimum certifications required for the position of a full-time firefighter at the ...


Wastewater Treatment:
...p;   The wastewater treatment plant also has the support of a State certified laboratory that is accredited through a national program called N...


Private Lessons / Meet the Pros:
Private Lessons Certified Instructor:   Resident 1 hour $55 / Non Resident 1 hour $60  Resident 3 one hour lessons $135 / Non Resident 3 one hour lessons $150   Non Certified Instructor:   Resident 1 hour $45 / Non Resident 1 hour...


Net Metering Information:
...submitted before the system will be approved to go on line.    Certification Addendum - For new solar installations, this document is subm...


Community Emergency Response Teams - CERT:
Welcome to the St. George City CERT webpage! CERT stands for Community Emergency Response Teams and is the descendant of...


Technical Rescue Team (TRT):
...e Fire Department Technical Rescue Team is a group of firefighters who are certified in specialized skills and the use of tools that are not typi...


Pickleball Private Lessons:
PRIVATE LESSONS Certified Instructor:   Resident 1 hour $55 / Non Resident 1 hour $60  Resident 3 one hour lessons $135 / Non Resident 3 one hour lessons $150   Non Certified Instructor:   Resident 1 hour $45 / Non Resident 1 hour...


PPR Facility of the Year 2020:
... facility and its workforce that sets high standards through education and certification for programs and opportunity in the pickleball industry. Recently, the Little Valley Pickleball Complex in St. George, UT was chosen as “Public Facility of the Year” by the PPR.  In 2018, the USAPA (USA Pickleball Association) formed an alliance with PTR (Professional Tennis Registry) to create PPR (Professional Pickleball Registry). PTR was founded in 1976 by renowned coach Dennis Van der Meer. PTR is recognized internationally in 125 countries with over 16,000 members. The partnership of these major associations has improved pickleball education and certifications across the nation. Pickleball instructors have improved their coaching skills, techniques, strategies, and demonstrations through the PPR certification program. The Professional Pickleball Registry has ultimately enhanced the quality of pickleball in the United States, which has created a respectable and competitive environment in the pickleball society.  The Pickleball Staff in St. George strives to create a family-friendly environment that exemplifies athletic professionalism. Hence, several staff members are repeatedly PPR certified; certifications require renewal after one year to prompt continuous learning. Consistent improvement of coaching skills permits the program and players to ameliorate. Staff members completed the PPR certifications to ensure professional and personable service to the players who participate in their programs. The Head Pro of Tennis and Pickleball, Wayne Bullock, stated: “We hold ourselves to a very high standard when conducting programs.” When instructing clinics, managing leagues, and hosting tournaments the staff provides a professional and magnetic atmosphere. The St. George pickleball program has truly risen to new heights because of staff PPR certifications.  Diligence, persistence, imagination, and fun were us...


Dentals and New Amalgam Rule:
...ed testing laboratory under ANSI’s accreditation program for product certification or a testing laboratory that is a signatory to the Internatio...


Councilwoman Michelle Tanner:
... DSU and BYU-I. I went on to receive my graduate degree and become a Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner through the University of South Alabama...


CPR-AED Program and Information:
...opulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and Automated External Defibrillators (AED) certification courses for city employees and the public.  Hundreds of people are taught and certified in life-saving skills each


Emergency Medical Services (EMS):
...s, to technical rescue.   Currently, we have 49 staff members who are certified to at least the EMT level.  Our four full-time engines hold ...


Hazardous Waste Pharmaceutical Rule:
...p; In the case of any notification made under this Section, the User shall certify that it has a program in place to reduce the volume and toxicity of...


Food Service Establishments and FOG:
...est from the owner or lessee of the property must be made to SGRWRF with a certification letter from a duly licensed Utah plumber or engineer.  (...


Snow Canyon Half 10k | 5k | Fun Run Walk n' Roll:
...hrough the scenic landscape of Snow Canyon State Park. The course is USATF certified super fast downhill race. It is one of the most breathtaking cour...


Snow Canyon Half | 5k |Fun Run Walk n' Roll:
...hrough the scenic landscape of Snow Canyon State Park. The course is USATF certified super fast downhill race. It is one of the most breathtaking cour...


American Red Cross Adult and Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED:
...on Center. After passing off the hands on portion you will be emailed your certification that is good for 2 years.