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Ironman Kids, the City of St. George and the Exchange Club will be partnering to host the Kid Fun Run for kids 12 and under. THis untimed fun run will feature races of apporximately 1 meter and 200 meters, and all kids will finish through the same line as all the ironman athletes!! All...
Southwestern Utah habitats can attract over 375 species of birds during the year. The habitats range from desert to pine with riparian ar...
...he citizens and officers. The Units in this Division include the Records Unit, Evidence Unit, Training Unit, Emergency Management, Quartermaster and Professional Responsibility Unit (I.A.). The Records Unit takes care of accident reports, finger prints, citations, time cards, billings, and all other clerical type support services. Our Evidence Technicians handle all storage and testing of property items. The Training Unit is tasked with all the training and quartermaster needs of the Department. Professional Responsibility Unit investigates complaints and incidents of alleged misconduct. Our Division also holds discipline review boards when needed. We schedule all Department and new recruit training. All uniforms and equipment items are issued from our Division. We spend a significant amount of time taking care of the computer systems, building grounds, and budgeting concerns. We post crime statistics online and frequently ...
...endliest staff in town. If you are looking for a safe fun place for your kids while you are working out or taking an aerobics class then look no further. Baby sitters are inexpensive and difficult to find. Our 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! You can't beat our fun our safety or our price!    Childcare Hours   Monday  9:00am - 11:30am 5:30am - 7:45pm   Tuesday 9:00am - 10:30am 5:30 - 7:45 pm   Wednesday 9:00am - 11:30am 5:30am - 7:45pm   Thursday 9:00am - 10:30am 5:30 - 7:45 pm   Friday 9:00am - 11:30am   Saturday No child care available   Child Care Costs For those having a 3 month, 6 month, or 12 month pass, the first 2 children are free. After the 2nd child the cost is $1.50 per child. Only children of parents using the Recreation Center can be dropped off for child care. Any exceptions will be dealt with on an individual basis. All people with punch passes or coming daily and paying, MUST pay $1.50 per child for 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...
Question: What time will my child participate each Saturday?
Answer: Depends at which session your child fits into with ages. The Recreation Department reserves the right to male adjustments, to make the participation count worth holding a session.
...ion and related databases. GIS implements GIS policies, procedures, standards, and provides technical leadership, information management, and project ...
...future parks and facilities visit Park Planning. Maintenance of parks, landscape right of ways, and city building grounds is overseen by the Park Maintenance Division. For problems, concerns, or...
...between the City departments and the Mayor and City Council. Department Heads (Police, Fire, Public Works,etc.) are appointed by the Mayor and report ...
...dger; the collection, deposit, investment, and disbursement of all City funds; Accounts Payable; and also includes Utility Billing personnel who prepa...
...ssful career as ballet mistress with the SF Ballet and Ballet West. She holds the rank of Distinguished Professor Emerita from the UU, has received th...
...ountains, electrical outlets, picnic tables, softball backstop, and new landscaping. The park is shared with Sunset Elementary and is closed to the pu...
... minutes at each meeting Act as the historian Maintain and keep any records of the Council Operations Director Oversees and appoints proje...
...the complaint is to be investigated, the notification shall state the grounds of the City of St. George's jurisdiction, while informing the parties th...
... minutes at each meeting Act as the historian Maintain and keep any records of the Council Operations Director Oversees and appoints project m...
...e 5th graders also “Meet the Artist” for demonstrations and hands-on art activities.  After a winter break for the holidays, school ...
...h, drinking fountains, electrical outlets, picnic tables, pond, and new landscaping.
... 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 Frame...
...atch a Halloween themed movie from the pool. Try out one of our Paddle-boards
..., skills and resources enabling them to solve cases such as forgeries, frauds, thefts, robberies, rapes, drug activity, gang crimes, sex crimes, child...
...e annual St. George Fishing 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 at the Tawa Ponds. Fishing poles and bait will be available at no cost for children who do...
...on prides itself on providing professional service to support the fleet needs of all city departments. It provides quick turn around all maintenance a...
...ilion with picnic tables and barbecues all link to the adjacent neighborhoods. One of St. George's largest parks, the vast expanse of turf grass is wa...
Question: When and where is Fishing Derby held?
Answer: The Fishing Derby will be held at the upper and lower TAWA ponds. The address is 2200 West Snow Canyon Parkway.
...4.5 acre neighborhood park has a walking path that connects two neighborhoods to a children's playground, two lighted tennis courts, covered pavilion ...
Question: Do I need to bring anything to Fishing Derby? 
Answer: Participants are welcomed to bring a camping chair or blanket to sit on. There will be rods and bait available if you do not have your own. It is also advisable to bring a plastic bag and/or small cooler to transport your catch of the day if you choose to take it home.
Question: Are Ipods or MP3 players allowed on the course?
Answer: They are discouraged because the course is an open course at parts but they are allowed. Just BE CAREFUL!!
Question: May my child with special needs attend Fishing Derby?
Answer: Of course!  This unique event is a wonderful opportunity for a child with special needs to be part of learning and enjoying this outdoor activity.  
... invasive breast cancer, and 40,000 will die from the disease. Local needs This year an estimated 1200 Utah women will be diagnosed with breast cancer, and 250 will die from the disease. Utah ranks close to last for screening mammography rates in the nation. According to our recent community needs assessment, the primary reason for this is lack of insurance and/or ability to pay for these services. How are Komen funds used? 75% of net revenue funds local programs for breast health education, screening, and treatment. Including the $633K recently funded to this year's grantees, Komen Salt Lake City has funded $4.76 million to Utah nonprofits for breast health programming (see details below). With funds from last year's Race for the Cure, our grantees coordinated and provided assistance to over 900 uninsured and low-income women to receive mammograms through the state's free screening program. Nearly dollar for dollar, the funds we contribute to research are used right here in the state of Utah. Kom...
...he Tonaquint Nature Center is celebrating the holidays early with Santa. Kids and families are invited to join us for games, go on a penguin hunt, mak...
...hat serve signs, lighting , irrigation timers and miscellaneous outdoor needs and will be approved by Water & Power Engineering Power Factor Adju...
Question: May my child with special needs attend Camp Atlantis?
Answer: St. George City makes every effort to accommodate all children. If your child has special needs, please contact us at recreate@sgcity.org before registration to discuss what needs your child has. We do not provide special aides, however, if your child has an aid, we welcome their attendance.
...st quality legal representation possible to meet the present and future needs of St. George City in an efficient and effective manner. 
The St George City Treasurer is the custodian of all city funds and collector and distributor of all revenues. As revenues come into the...
Question: How do I obtain a copy of City records?
Answer: Copies of City records can be requested by submitting a GRAMA request here.
...ity Recorders office is responsible for maintaining all official City records including but not limited to:  ordinances, resolutions, minutes, cemetery documents, legal documents and historical documents.   The Recorder conducts municipal elections, attends Council meetings and provides an accurate summary of the proceedings, provides public notices as required by law and responds to GRAMA requests.  Additionally, the Recorder assists the public w...
Question: The Job Announcement indicates I need to be able to type at a certain rate of speed. Where do I take a typing test?
Answer: A typing test will be administered to those selected for an interview prior to the interview. You will be given a warm-up and two attempts to pass the typing test. If you pass the typing test with the net words per minute required (words typed/minute - errors), you will be interviewed. However, if you do not pass you will not be interviewed. Should you need to practice your typing, we suggest you search on the internet for "free typing test." This will provide you with several options and give you the chance to practice and improve your skills.
... all city departments to prevent losses from occurring by determining hazards and liabilities. By implementing safety and risk techniques, losses to t...
Question: I cannot miss work by going to the hearings. How can I find out what happens?
Answer: The Victim Services Unit at the St. George Police Department attends many of the court hearings and an advocate will be happy to inform you of the hearing results. Get in touch with their office and discuss this with an advocate.
...ision 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 species are choking up drainage ways and creating fire hazards.  
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
...until the individual has been arraigned. The prosecuting attorney spends a large amount of time in court prosecuting crimes that happen in the City of St. George that have been investigated by: St. George Police Department, St. George Code Enforcement, Washington County Sherriff, Washington County Task Force/Gang Unit, Utah Highway Patrol, Dixie State College, Port of Entry, St. George Animal Control, Adult Probation & Patrol, Department of Wildlife Reserve (DWR), and U.S. Immigration Customs Enforcement (ICE). After information is gathered from various law enforcement entities, formal charges are filed and trial preparations begin. Our criminal attorney handles every stage of the prosecution, from arraignment through sentencing and the supporting staff manages the thousands of documents that support this function. The Prosecutor appears in court...
.... George • Grants from the 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...
...ent major renovations with the aid of Community Development Block Grant funds to meet the minimum standards of a neighborhood park. Improvements include a covered pavilion with picnic tables and a large barbecue, restroom facilities, improved full basketball court, renovated grassy field, and the addition of many new shade trees and landscaping.
Awards and Accolades
...City Council has adopted ordinances to protect and preserve our neighborhoods. The role of each code enforcement officer is to enforce city ordinances thereby, bringing properties in violation into compliance. Each officer is assigned to a district for the purpose of developing rapport with area residents and local businesses. This allows them to better understand the histories, challenges and concerns of their assigned neighborhood thereby being equipped to understand compliance issues specific to these neighborhoods. Typical Code Violations that are investigated by our Code Enforcement include: Inoperable vehicles Weeds Junk, Trash and Debris Setback violations Sign Vioaltions
Question: If the position I'm interested in requires a 60 net wpm typing test, isn't 59 net wpm close enough?
Answer: Unfortunately, no. If the position has a minimum requirement of 60 net wpm, your typing test needs to be at least 60 net wpm.
...k include restroom facilities, additional shade trees and smaller picnic pads for families.
...plements, and supports innovations that increase efficiency within the bounds of fiscal and legal responsibility. They provide high-level customer ser...
Question: What kinds of signs or banners can I use to advertise my business?
Answer: There are many factors to consider when placing signs and banners for advertising, please contact the Community Department for questions about signage. They can be reached at 435-627-4206 
Lego WeDo Robotics is a hands-on, minds-on learning experience. We use the new LEGO WeDo kits and software, whic...
Question: What is the setback area? 
Answer: There is generally a 25' area in the front of your home that is considered the front setback. In Bloomington Hills this area is 20'. A corner lot has 2 front setbacks. One on each side of the home that borders the road. You cannot park your vehicle in the area that should be landscaped. 
Question: At what point must I cut the weeds on my property?
Answer: Weeds must not be allowed to grow to an unsightly height. Noxious weeds must be removed. 
This class is designed for little hands and his/her parents. Each couple will get to make unique painting projec...
...ve ever had contact with officers from the St. George Police Department, odds are that it started with an officer from this Division. Along with responding to citizens’ calls for service and officers’ pro-active patrol work; St. George City’s Community Action Teams (C.A.T) are being coordinated through the patrol division. You will become very familiar with the uniform officers of this Division if you take an active role in your area Community Action Team. These officers are eager to work with you to improve the quality of life in the neighborhoods that effect you most.
...inspecting public works projects to ensure that they adhere to City standards.
Question: Is there a Withdrawal/Transfer Policy?
Answer: Withdrawal/Transfer less than 7 days prior to the start date may be subject to a fee. No refunds on or after that date.
Question: What is the City's hiring process?
Answer: Once you apply, your application is put in a file along with all the other applications for that position. Once the position closes, Human Resources screens the applications that have been received for that particular job. Only candidates that meet the minimum qualifications are forwarded to the hiring department. The hiring manager then goes through those applications and ranks the applications based on the experience, skills and abilities shown in the information provided by the candidate. Additional screening and/or testing may be done at this time. The hiring manager and Human Resources then interviews the most qualified candidates. Depending on the number of qualified applications for a position, only a select number of individuals may receive invitations for interviews. Following the interviews, an applicant is selected and a job offer is extended, contingent on the results of a post offer, pre-employment Background Check and Drug Screen. The extent of the background checks depends on the position and may include criminal history, credit history, etc. All other candidates are then sent a letter thanking them for their interest and informing them that they did not get the position.
...ral activities.  Support existing arts activities. Assess future needs of the community for art activities .Recommend to the City the need for financial and logistic support when deemed advisable.  Assist and over the availability and application for grant monies. Solicit matching funds from the community where necessary. Maintain contact with State and Fed...
Question: What does the fee include?
Answer: Climbing shoes, crash pads, and chalk.
...eum at 627-4525.    CONTRIBUTE TO OUR ANNUAL APPEAL Dear Friends of the Museum, As each year draws to a close we send out the St. George Art Museum's Annual 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 staff and the community to fulfill the mission of the St. George Art Museum: to educate all visitors through quality exhibitions from all periods, cultures, and media, as well as to collect, conserve, inventory, exhibi...
...nd of 3 juried exhibits, features artworks of the National Park Service lands west of the Missouri, including Alaska, Hawaii, and American Samoa. The number of entries surpassed 150 pieces and our juror, esteemed art historian, curator and author Donna Poulton was challenged to select 50 of those for this exhibit. Mezzanine Gallery – Wild Land: Thomas Cole and The Birth of American Landscape Painting Thomas Cole was not only an iconic 19th-century artist but a conservational visionary whose ideas on the natural world heralded the sense of American identity that we know today. This exhibit takes visitors “into the woods” and through Cole’s studio, revealing the ways in which he, and other artists of his time, pioneered cultural conversations that shaped our national landscape—intellectually, physically, and visually. Legacy Gallery ...
... with barbecue, restroom facilities, looped walking trail, lighting and landscaping. These improvements were the result of the combined efforts of are...
Question: May my child with special needs attend Camp Atlantis?
Answer: St. George City makes every effort to accommodate all children. If your child has special needs, please contact us at recreate@sgcity.org before registration to discuss what needs your child has. We do not provide special aides, however, if your child has an aid, we welcome their attendance.
Question: Are parents allowed on the course with their kids?
Answer: No, parents are not allowed on the course with their children. The entire course is visible from the stands and finish line.
... 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 otherw...
...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...
...rials 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 typ...
...ts State of the Art Instrumentation Approach Construction provided hundreds of local jobs in a difficult economic climate Will accommodate regional jet aircraft, 737s and Airbus 319s Access provided from the new Interchange two and Southern Parkway which is part of the proposed Dixie Regional Beltway More property for General Aviation operations and Fixed Base Operators Full ILS instrumentation and navigational aids will be available Completely expandable to allow the City to meet future needs of the community and area Thousands of adjacent developable acreage to accommodate economic development activities Opportunities for other destinations and airlines if and when the market dictates Great time to build because of low construction and material costs, with bids coming in at an average of 45% to 50% below 2007 estimates Modern 35,000 sq. ft. terminal building. Terminal is expandable     New Airport Funding    The total cost of the replacement airport is estimated at $159 million Approx. $123 million is coming from FAA grants. The City also received an additional $3 million in ARRA funds in 2009 for the terminal building Approx. $10 million is coming from Washington County through the use of Transient Room Tax Approx. $23 million is coming from City transportation and water/sewer funds No property tax, income or sales tax was used to fund city financial ob...
Question: Are Ipods or MP3 players allowed on the course?
Answer: They are fine for this race, just be carefull!!
Question: My water comes out of the faucet cloudy and then clears up, why is that? 
Answer: The small bubbles in the water that make it look cloudy or milky are from the air in the water lines. This sometimes happens when a line is broken and repaired or when a water line is first connected to the system. Some areas of town always receive milky looking water due to the design of the water delivery system that feeds that area. Excess air is constantly trapped in the water lines, saturating the water with air bubbles giving the water a milky appearance. Water quality is unaffected; in fact aeration is sometimes used in water treatment facilities to make the water taste better. Letting the water sit for a few seconds in a glass will allow the water to clear as the bubbles dissipate.
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: 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. 
Question: What does my child wear to Boredom Buster day camp?
Answer: This camp is designed around being active. Your child needs to wear shoes and clothing that is comfortable for them to run and play in. The city may paint doing craft time so it is a good idea to send them in old clothes that can get dirty or possibly stained. 
Question: How long are the Art Conversations? 
Answer: Plan on 1 to 1-1/2 hours for the speaker with questions and answers afterwards
...e 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 but not finisher medals.  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 out and back) Kids Sprint = = 2 Miles (1/2 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 = 3/4 Mile (.375 Miles out and .375 Miles back on same course) 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 11:00 am, and the kids distance at 1:00 pm. The pool temperature will be between 81 - 84 degree...
Question: May my child with special needs attend Curiosity Club?
Answer: City of St. George makes every effort to accommodate all children. If your child has special needs, please contact us at recreate@sgcity.org before registration to discuss what needs your child has. The City do not provide special aides, however, if your child has an aid, the city welcomes their attendance at the program.
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: 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: Are ipods or MP3 players allowed on the course?
Answer: They are discouraged because the course is open at parts but they are allowed. Please BE CAREFUL!!
Question: Can parents be on the course to help kids in the kids race?
Answer: Parents cannot be on the course, but they may be in the transition area to help.
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: Where does my drinking water come from? 
Answer: Culinary (drinking) water for the City comes from a variety of sources including springs, wells and surface water. There are well fields located in the Gunlock area and Snow Canyon State Park. Spring water comes from the Mountain Springs on Pine Valley Mountain. The surface water is from the Virgin River, stored in Quail Creek and Sand Hollow Reservoirs, treated at the Quail Creek Water Treatment Plant and delivered to communities throughout the county.
Question: Are ipods or MP3 players allowed on the course?
Answer: They are discouraged because the course is an open course at parts but they are allowed. Just BE CAREFUL!!
Question: If I have a medical condition that requires oxygen or other special equipment can my home be assured of having power even if my neighborhood is experiencing an outage?
Answer: If there is an outage that is affecting your area, it is not possible to restore power to any one home or business until the situation has been restored and power is available to all customers in the affected area.  It is recommended that make arrangements in advance to provide for your medical needs in the event of a power outage. 
Kids ages 3-6 years old can become members of this fun club! During the school year schedule, kids will play, explore, learn and participant in various games, hands-on learning activities. There are different themes for each day.
...lence? (Call 911 if happening now) Is there any apparent evidence that needs to be collected (Fingerprint, Footprint, Property)? Does the total valu...
...w only in this unique microclimate protected by canyon walls from harsh winds and insulated by lush plant life. Water percolating from the surrounding...
...ie State College the park also has a children's playground, small picnic pads with tables, and an expanse of turf grass waiting for your next picnic.
Question: How do I obtain a plan holders or bidders list on each open project?
Answer: Please check online under "open bids". There will be a daily updated list of plan holders at the bottom of the details.
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. 
When seconds count, you count on those who are well trained and equipped to respond a...
...a tremendous demand for neighborhood and regional parks, trails and the landscaping of facilities and rights-of-way. The City Council has mandated that a neighborhood park be located within a half mile of every resident. The Park Planning division was created in 2004, and is currently staffed by 3 landscape architects and support staff. Since 2004, this division designed and...
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.
The St. George Move It! Kids Criterium features races for kids ages 12 and under. Bike races are run in heats starting at 10:00am. Racers will be grouped by age and bike type. All participants receive finisher awards, T-shirts, and finish line refreshments. Pre-registration accepted until...
Question: How do I pay for plans and specification packages?
Answer: You can pay by company check or cash. Sorry but we do not accept credit cards as payment for plans and specification documents.   
...s race with lots of rocking tunes, amazing glowing giveaways, and glow awards!    
...rting in Snow Canyon State Park and continuing out through city neighborhoods to the finish at Ivins City Park. Transportation to the start line will leave at 8:15am from Ivins City Park. Runners MUST ride the bus provided! Aid Station Information: Aid stations will be located at approximately miles 2.82, and 4.93. Water and Gatorade will be available at each aid station. Bus Information: Buses will leave from Ivins City Park between 7:30am and 8:15am to take you to the start line in Snow Canyon State Park. Awards and Medals: Awards will be 3 deep in each 5-year age category for Men and Women.   T...
Question: Are ipods or MP3 players allowed on the course?
Answer: They are discouraged because the course is an open course at parts, but they are allowed. Just be careful!!!
Question: Are life jackets allowed?
Answer: Yes, for the Move It Kids Triathlon, life jackets are permitted.
Question: May my child with special needs attend Nature Camp?
Answer: St. George City makes every effort to accommodate all children. If your child has special needs, please contact us at recreate@sgcity.org before registration to discuss what needs your child has. We do not provide special aides, however, if your child has an aid, we welcome their attendance.
Question: Can parents be on the course to help kids during the kids' race?
Answer: No, they cannot be on the course, but they may be in the transition area to help kids.
...e finsiher 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, but not finisher medals.  Pre registration will be accepted until Friday, April 3. Late registration will be accepted until Wednesday April 8 at 1:00 pm with an additional $10 late fee.  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 out and back) Kids Sprint = = 2 Miles (1/2 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 = 3/4 Mile (.375 Miles out and .375 Miles back on same course)     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 kids distance at 2:00 pm. The pool temperature will be between 81 - 84 degree...
...ring Utah's Centennial Celebration year. This park provides large play fields for soccer and softball, an asphalt loop trail, a 100 seat stepped concr...
...arbeques, sand volleyball court, horseshoe pits, open grass areas, lush landscape, swinging benches overlooking the children's playground, restroom fa...
Question: What do we win?
Answer: It can vary from season to season to be t-shirts, gift cards, gift baskets, and sports gear. 
Question: What opportunities are there for civilians who want to work for the Saint George Police Department?
Answer: The St. George Police Department has several civilian employees. We have records personel, business office staff, full-time and part-time dispatchers, crossing guards, and volunteers. For more information, please call the Saint George City Human Resources Department at 435-627-4673. 
...of the premier parks of St. George as it recovers from the devastating floods of 2005. The variety of features at this park include eight tournament q...
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  
...ike. 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...
...ic 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...
...ity to support the museum while enjoying a fun outing with family and friends. As an added bonus, a visit to the Art Museum is included in your ticket...
10 vs. 10 played on the little league baseball fields. 7 games (7 weeks) plus a single elimination tournament. League Offered ...
Question: Do you have discounts?  
Answer: Yes, Cache Cards or Afternoon rates.
...ake more with us), apply good sunscreen, and use caution, there are all kinds of things we can do and enjoy in Washington County and beyond this summer! I enjoyed riding a bike to work each day one week in May. Logistically it’s not something I can do easily or often, but it sure felt good and made me want to bike more often in my leisure time. Recently, we resurfaced many of our paved city trails, so they should be in good shape for cycling, walking, jogging, etc. I hope you’ll use your trails! As you do, watch out for others and be courteous as you pass. Let me (or one of our volunteer trail patrol members) know if you see something that doesn’t look right. We want the trails to be safe and useable! For those cyclists on the road, be careful out there! And I hope motorists will remember that it is a state law to give cyclists three feet of space on the road. Let’s respect each other as we share the road. Our two city pools will provide your family and friends with lots of fun opportunities to cool down while enjoying the sun. Using less water, you might enjoy one of the splash pads at Town Square or at some of our larger city parks! Also at Town Square you’ll find the Carousel, and on the second and fourth Fridays each month in the summer, you can enjoy free movies in the evenings. On the first Friday evening of each month, George Streetfest continues to provide great music, games, vendors, food & drink, and dancing – all on Main Street in the heart of downtown St. George. Come check it out. There’s fun for everyone! Finally, and switching gears a bit, I hope you’ll be involved in not only the things going on within our city and county, but also in the primary election season. On June 28th registered voters will have the opportunity to choose their party nominees for county commissioner, state legislator, governor, and school board members. If that date doesn’t work for you, you can vote early! Go to washco. utah.gov to find more information! Have a wonderful, active, enjoyable, and safe summer! 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...
... fire prevention and community programs, and with a positive attitude towards safety, customer service, and community relations.
Young explores will use their imagination and creativity in a more natural setting. After attending nature camp, we hope the children leave with a greater excitement of being outside and learning more...
...ng for a way to create memories with your family, trying to shed a few pounds or make friends come and check out the St. George Recreation Center! 
... online by 5:00pm Thursday before tournament at usssa.com. The city's fields very seldom rain out as our fields are built to drain effectively. The city reserve the right to postpone, delay, or reschedule the tournament for a later that day or later that weekend but if for any reason the city must cancel the tournament, the following rainout 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-up your tournament and turn in your registration form. Enjoy the Christmas spirit and help us with a great cause. All gifts will be donated to charity. In addition to being fun, this tournament provides much needed items for local kids. Roster Submission: Rosters are to be submitted online at htt...
This 18 acre community park includes three softball fields for games, practice and tournaments, a lighted basketball court, and a c...
Question: When will tournament brackets be available?
Answer: It depends on how fast each team submits their roster online but it should be available the week of the tournament.
Question: What do we win?
Answer: It can vary from season to season to be t-shirts, gift cards, gift baskets, and sports gear.
Question: What do we win?
Answer: It can vary from season to season to be t-shirts, gift cards, gift baskets, and sports gear. 
...rs to be a giant round-about providing great access to adjacent neighborhoods. Throughout the rolling grassy hills is a children's playground with swings, basketball court, covered pavilion with picnic tables, and smaller picnic pads with tables and barbecues.
Question: What time will games start?
Answer: It depends on the number of teams that sign up.
...gency 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 t...
...d by the St. George Arts Commission. St. George Dance Company and the DSU Ballroom Dance Company will present floor shows.Tickets are available a...
...r, rabbits and other animals. The Pauites also grew crops along the riverbeds, including corn, wheat and melons. In 1776, the Dominguez-Escalante Party became the first recorded European-Americans to visit the area. Fur trappers and government survey parties followed.   In 1854, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (also known as the LDS Church, or Mormon Church) established an Indian mission in Santa Clara, two miles northwest of present-day St. George. The church set up experimental farms in the St. George Valley in 1857-1858. In October 1861, church leaders called 309 families to establish the Cotton Mission. After the outbreak of the Civil War that same year, LDS Church President Brigham Young felt it necessary to grow cotton, if possible. Many of these families assigned to settle the area hailed from the South and possessed the necessary skills to grow cotton and establish a community. Paying homage to the nickname of their former home, these settlers called the region “Utah’s Dixie.”   St. George, Utah was named in honor of Mormon apostle George A. Smith, also known as the “Potato Saint” because he urged early settlers to eat raw, unpeeled potatoes to cure scurvy. Smith did not participate in the town’s settlement, but personally selected many of the pioneers that originally settled the area. The first years in St. George proved difficult for early residents due to challenges such as flooding, lack of culinary water and scorching summer heat. A cotton factory erected soon after the settlers’ arrival produced off and on for approximately 50 years, but overall, cotton proved an unsuccessful venture. The area also produced silk as early as 1874, but its production did not contribute significantly to the area’s economic prosperity. Other early pioneer endeavors included the production of molasses, dried fruit and even wine.   St. George became the county seat of Washington County in 1863. That same year, construction began on the St. George LDS Tabernacle, which was finished in 1875. In 1871, work began on the St. George LDS Temple, which became a cooperative effort uniting many Southern Utah communities. Mormon Apostle Daniel H. Wells dedicated the temple on April 6, 1877. It was the first temple constructed west of the Mississippi River. Undergoing significant renovations in the late 1930s and mid1970s, the structure is the longest continuously operated Mormon Temple in the world.   In 1911, to commemorate the 50th anniversary of St. George’s settling, the Dixie Academy building was constructed. The LDS Church operated the academy until 1933, when it became a two-year colleg...
Question: What do we win?
Answer: It can vary from season to season to be t-shirts, gift cards, gift baskets, and sports gear. 
... Utah. Familiarity with these procedures will aid you in marketing your goods or services to the City for consideration. Should you have questions that are not answered herein, please call Purchasing at 435-627-4700, contact form: Click Here.or visit our office at 175 E 200 N, St. George, UT 84770. Purchasing Division Objective DeclarationTo maintain a Centralized Purchasing System consisting of the procurement and control of materials, supplies and resources which is designed to maximize the effectiveness of the tax dollar, while providing timely and adequate support of the City's needs for materials and service. PROCUREMENT POLICIES Purchasing is ...
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 9:00 a.m.
...osely 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 ...
Question: Do I need to bring my own equipment?
Answer: No. We have equipment (I.E. Basketballs, Racquetball, Billards, etc.) here at front desk available for use at no extra cost. However, you are more than welcome to bring in your own equipment if you would like.
... place to watch children playing in the water. With its grassy parade grounds, restroom facility, and monument tower, Town Square Park plays host to a...
...tain your equipment. Skate alert: skate under control; watch out for hazards; avoid water, oil, and sand. Skate legal: obey all traffic regulations. Skate courteous: Skate on the right; pass on the left; give audible warning when passing, yield to pedestrians.   Helmets and wrist protection are recommended for all skaters (other protection includes knee and elbow pads). Additional information on skating can be obtain from the IISA.
The Fields Softball Complex combines four lighted softball fields with a small neighborhood park. This park hosts practice and team play for all ages ranging from little league to the Huntsman Senior Games. The softball facility includes a historical farm theme central building with restroom facilities, a concession area open during scheduled events, a scorekeeper's room which can also accommodate small meetings and a shade covered playground. The neighborhood park elements include a children's playground with swings and farm themed wood timber pavilion with picnic tables. The Fields Softball Complex is a WiFi hotspot.
Question: May my child with special needs attend Nature Camp?
Answer: St. George City makes every effort to accommodate all children. If your child has special needs, please contact us at recreate@sgcity.org before registration to discuss what needs your child has. The city does not provide special aides, however, if your child has an aid, the city welcomes their attendance.
... 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 the...
Question: Who will be my child’s coach?  
Answer: For each sport we will have instructors who will facilitate a great learning environment for both parents and kids
Question: What will my child get out of this?  
Answer: We hope that each child gets familiarized with the sport environment and game. Our instructors help both parents and kids learn the Fundamentals of the sport to improve participants proficiency in performing the sport.
...enic challenges to par. The back 9, slightly longer than the front nine, adds the element of risk/reward and allows the player to recover shots lost o...
...mily Discovery Center, for each exhibit, we feature multi-disciplinary, hands-on learning activities that expand upon the concepts featured in the art and increase the child's awareness and thought processes of that art. "Researchers tell us that getting an early start in the arts can make a real difference in the lives of children. The benefits of early arts education extend way beyond providing a creative outlet. Involvement in the creative arts can help develop imagination, cognitive skills, problem solving, fine motor skills, social skills, and a host of other benefits. Art education can play a major role in a child's academic and social development."   Spend some quality time with your children or grandchildren at the St. George Art Museum by visiting the exhibits and talking about them with the kids. Then create your own exhibit related artworks together in the Family Di...
...il 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 wil...
Question: May my child with special needs attend Nature Camp?
Answer: St. George City makes every effort to accommodate all children. If your child has special needs, please contact us at recreate@sgcity.org before registration to discuss what needs your child has. The city does not provide special aides, however, if your child has an aid, the city welcome their attendance.
...ns and nearby alpine mountains, you’ll be in awe over the amazing landscapes that surround this course. Bridges, water hazards and elevation drops make every hole an adventure!  There is even a par 3 island hole that will leave you dreaming about a hole in one.   Golf Digest twice rated Sunbrook Golf Course as the best golf course in Utah. This rating is a result of a number of elements including scenery, challenge, quality, and service. With the addition of the Black Rock Nine, Sunbrook is the only golf club in southwest Utah to feature 27 championship holes.   Fairway Magazine talks about Sunbrook Golf Course: The crown jewel of St. George City owned golf courses is the Sunbrook Golf Course.  Sunbrook features three distinct nines. The Pointe nine meanders through the foothills of the west side of St. George, offering tremendous views of the surrounding landscape. The Pointe has plenty of water hazards and some great risk/reward holes.The Wood Bridge nine features two of the most recognizable golf holes in southern Utah. The 4th hole is a par 3 with an elevated tee shot to an island green. The island green is generous in size but it is still no consolation to golfers wishing to avoid dumping that new Titleist into the water. And if an island green isn’t enough, the par-4 5th hole has more in store for you. From the tee the famous wood bridge is visible just beyond the landing area. The hole requires a well-placed tee shot between water hazards and sagebrush, all from an elevated tee. Once you find the landing area, you will face a long approach shot into a well-guarded green. The newest addition to Sunbrook is the Black Rock nine. With three holes carved from lava fields, Black Rock puts a premium on accuracy. Black Rock has improved the over...
...nd Hollow Reservoir. The running route will take runners through scenic landscapes of Southern Utah along city trail systems and back roads. Teams: Teams will consist of 5 people (Open Men, Open Women and Mixed) with each individual completing a minimum of two legs (roughly 5 miles each) of the relay. For the mixed division you need at least 2 women on your team. Included is the Ultra and 2-person team division! Post relay events will consist of a full banquet at the Dixie Center at 7 pm on Saturday Night. This will include an amazing pasta dinner, an awards ceremony, slideshow, and a drawing you DON'T WANT TO MISS!  Additional Banquet tickets are available for purchase from the St. George Recreation Center or at the captains meeting. Prices are as follows: $12 for children (6-18yrs) and $15 for adults (19 & up). Kids 5 and under are free. Tickets can also be purchased at the Captains' Mee...
...and Junior Size Rackets. Players will learn the Forehand and Backhand Groundstroke, along with parts of the court, parts of the racket. Players will a...
Sessions will be as follows: 9:00 am 3yr olds 10:00 am 4yr olds 11:00 am 5yr olds Extra Sessions are available 
Question: Do you have discounts?  
Answer: Yes, Cache Cards or Afternoon rates.
Question: Do you have discounts?
Answer: Yes, Cache Cards or Afternoon rates.
Question: Can I bring my baby stroller out on the course?
Answer: Not for this race. Bring the kids in the support car or to the banquet afterward.
Question: Are ipods or MP3 players allowed on the course?
Answer: They are discouraged because the course is an open course at parts, but they are allowed. Just be carefull!!
...ara River, this 2 acre park suffered tremendous damage during the 2005 floods. Although much of the property was lost in the flood, it was re-built an...
Question: What is the time commitment required to be on the council?
Answer: Members must attend 80% of the weekly meetings, which last between an hour to an hour and a half, except when pressing business needs to be discussed. Members of the Executive Committee spend additional time after the main meeting. Absences may be excused with prior notice and for good reason or in an emergency.
Question: What types of community service does the Council do?
Answer: The YCC plans and executes activities in the community such as food drives, Christmas activities, community dances, activities which collect money for worthy causes. It also participates in St. George City Council meetings at times to report on its activities as well as to understand the workings of the City Council. The YCC also plans recreational activities for itself to build teamwork and friendships.
Question: Did I need to bring anything to Arbor Day? 
Answer: We suggest bringing a pair of gardening/work gloves if you don’t like your hands getting dirty.  We will be planting trees/shrubs, picking up litter and spreading mulch through the Nature Center.
...inspecting public works projects to ensure that they adhere to City standards.
Sessions will be as follows: 9:00 am 3yr olds 10:00 am 4yr olds 11:00 am 5yr olds 12:00 pm Girls 3-5 1:00 pm 3-5yr old **Due to the overlap of Soccer a...
Sessions will be as follows: 9:00 am 3yr olds 10:00 am 4yr olds 11:00 am 5yr olds 12:00 pm Girls 3-5 1:00 pm 3-5yr old **Due to the overlap of Soccer a...
Question: May my child with special needs attend Arbor Day?
Answer: Of course!  This unique event is a wonderful opportunity for a child with special needs to be part of improving his/her own park.  While you are at the nature center, please stop and view the progress being made at the All-Abilities playground.
Question: Who can attend?
Answer: The whole community! We encourage anyone, young to old, to join in our morning stewardship project.
Question: Does it cost to participate?
Answer: There is no free to participant in this amazing stewardship project so bring the whole family and enjoy a morning at the park.
Question: Do you have discounts? 
Answer: Yes Cache Cards or Afternoon rates.
Question: May my child with special needs attend Nature Camp?
Answer: St. George City makes every effort to accommodate all children. If your child has special needs, please contact us at recreate@sgcity.org before registration to discuss what needs your child has. We do not provide special aides, however, if your child has an aid, we welcome their attendance.
...nter. Volunteers are encouraged to partake in this amazing community stewardship project by improving the habitat for animals and improving the exploration possibilities for visitors of the Nature Center. Highlights Include: Free Tree/Shrub Give-Aways Hot Dog/ Chip Lunch for Volunteers Crafts for Kids Free Gardening Advice
Question: Should parents register for the event with their kids?
Answer: There is no need for parents to register as the point of registration is th have hemets and t-shirts available for the first 150 kids registered.
...rd with the goal to keep our parks safe, clean, and beautiful even when funds are limited. This creative project has been appreciated by the neighbors...
Question: Are parents allowed on the course with their kids?
Answer: Yes, it is strongly encouraged that parents ride along with their kids as this is a Family Fun Bike Ride.
...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 motorists $758 million a year in extra vehi...
...urage creativity! The Lego Jr. Engineering workshop is designed to teach kids the mechanical engineering concepts behind levers, gears, pulleys and more. Kids will build these items out of Lego’s and learn how they work.
Question: Who will be my child’s coach?  
Answer: For each sport we will have instructors who will facilitate a great learning environment for both parents and kids
Question: Who will be my child’s coach?  
Answer: For each sport we will have instructors who will facilitate a great learning environment for both parents and kids
Question: What will my child get out of this?  
Answer: We hope that each child gets familiarized with the sport environment and game. Our instructors help both parents and kids learn the Fundamentals of the sport to improve participants proficiency in performing the sport.
Question: What will my child get out of this?  
Answer: We hope that each child gets familiarized with the sport environment and game. Our instructors help both parents and kids learn the Fundamentals of the sport to improve participants proficiency in performing the sport.
...t St. Geoge Golf Club: The St. George Golf Club is a unique design that winds its way through the Ft. Pearce Wash. The course is one of the better lay...
...osts involved are $1 per craft and 25 cents per bag of popcorn.   Kids can test their skills with our carnival games: Eyeball Squirt, Witches B...
Kids and families are invited to attend this morning bike ride. Participants will have two distance options to choose between. There will also be a bike rodeo/ saftey course for the younger kids, and bike safety inspections available. The first preregistered Kids will receive a free t-shirt and bicycle helmet!.   Distance: ...
...ust 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...
...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 re-installment 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 Centery: 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, base...
...l levels and perfect project ideas for Christmas gifts for family and friends. Ages: 13 years and older
Sessions will be as follows: 9:00 am 3yr olds 10:00 am 4yr olds 11:00 am 5yr olds 12:00 pm Girls 3-5  
... fairway. A favorite for early morning walkers, the looped walking path winds its way through the park linking a children's playground, with swings, p...
Question: What will my child get out of this?  
Answer: We hope that each child gets familiarized with the sport environment and game. Our instructors help both parents and kids learn the Fundamentals of the sport to improve participants proficiency in performing the sport.
C.A.T. stands for "Community Action Teams". Community Action Teams are citizens of our...
...st Pass a background check Pass an oral interview. There are three kinds of volunteer areas within the VIPS unit: Office, Patrol, and Animal Cont...
...t the St. George Recreation Center which will include Extreme Dodgeball, Kids Crafts Corner, and human foosball!! Brad Harr and associates presents ga...
Question: Who will be my child’s coach?  
Answer: For each sport we will have instructors who will facilitate a great learning environment for both parents and kids
This Half Marathon is a beautiful route through the scenic landscape of Snow Canyon State Park. The course is USATF certified primarily downhill, super fast and challenging! It is one of the most breathtaking courses St. George has to offer! 5K runners will start at Snow Canyon High School and run on the surrounding trails that finish on the High School track. Move It! Kids events will take place on the 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 Ra...
... Arial has served on, and presided over, numerous local and state boards and committees, including president of Celebrity Concert Series, elected...
Question: What do we win?
Answer: It can vary from season to season to be t-shirts, gift cards, gift baskets, and sports gear. 
...ood and Pine trees as well as the iconic Mesquite tree on the property. Landscape plantings include a mix of evergreen and deciduous trees; Cottonwood...
...ils that wind along the Virgin River and take you through the beautiful landscape of St. George. Race Entry fee includes a long sleeve tech shirt, finisher medal for all 1/2 Marathon, 5K and Move It! Kids finishers, chip timing and post race refreshments. Please check our our new app presented by WHOVA. You can search Whova on the apple app store or for an android phone please use google play once you have the app, search for St. George Half Marathon. The event invitation pass code is sghci. You can use this app to see the expo schedule as well as the race day schedule. We will also send announcements through the app. We have included race maps for the Half, 5k and Move It Kids races. This is a Runner Series Event
Question: Are ipods or MP3 players allowed on the course?
Answer: They are discouraged because the course is open at parts but they are allowed. Please BE CAREFUL!!
Question: Who will be my child’s coach?
Answer: For each sport we will have instructors who will facilitate a great learning environment for both parents and kids.
...this program pay a premium for a portion of their power. The additional funds are used to procure renewable resources to be included in the overall en...
Question: What will my child get out of this?
Answer: The hope is that each child will get familiarized with the sport environment and game. Instructors help both parents and kids learn the Fundamentals of the sport to improve participants proficiency in performing the sport.
Question: Are ipods or MP3 players allowed on the course?
Answer: They are discouraged because the course is an open course at parts, but they are allowed. Just BE CAREFUL!!
...hat it takes to survive a zombie attack? Check out this AMAZING camp for kids! The city will train you on survival basics and test your abilities...
...fer 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_...
... away. On-site registration begins at 8:15am for a $5 fee plus 3 canned goods (ages 9 and older) to get a ticket for the prize drawing. For kids 8 and under 3 canned goods will cover the registration fee!
Question: What do we win?
Answer: It can vary from season to season to be t-shirts, gift cards, gift baskets, and sports gear. 
Question: Can I donate more than the $5 entry fee and the 3 canned goods?
Answer: Yes, It is always our goal to donate as much as possible to those in need.
...rganization. VisionThe Public Works Department will meet community needs by being helpful, competent and worthy of trust. We will foster cooperat...
Question: What time will games start?  
Answer: It depends on the number of teams that sign up but typical start times are around 6:30 p.m.
Question: Where are games played?  
Answer: Most weeks at the Canyons Complex.  Some Thursday nights may be at Little Valley Fields.
Question: What do we win?  
Answer: It can vary from season to season to be t-shirts, gift cards, gift baskets, and sports gear.
Question: What do we win?
Answer: It can vary from season to season to be t-shirts, gift cards, gift baskets, and sports gear.
Question: When will tournament brackets be available?
Answer: It depends on how fast each team submits their roster online but it should be available the week of the tournament.
...d online by 5:00pm Thursday before tournament at usssa.com. The city's fields very seldom rain out as they are built to drain effectively. The city re...
This is a class designed for little hands and his/her parent. Each couple will get to make unique clay projects. E...
Question: What time will games start?
Answer: It depends on the number of teams that sign up.
... will build ceramic Vases and Bowls of their own design using slabs and molds. Finished products will have unique textures and designs. Projects will ...
...ne by 5:00pm Thursday before tournament at usssa.com. The city’s fields very seldom rain out as our fields are built to drain effectively. The city reserves the right to postpone,...
... TBA Saturday Hit Around: TBA 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 & B...
Question: What time will games start?
Answer: It depends on the number of teams that sign up.
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 9:00 a.m.
Question: What do we win?
Answer: It can vary from season to season to be t-shirts, gift cards, gift baskets, and sports gear.
Question: When will tournament brackets be available?
Answer: It depends on how fast each team submits their roster online but it should be available the week of the tournament.
Question: How do I submit a roster?  
Answer: Rosters are available on the ASA site at www.registerasa.com.  Fill it out online and print it.  Get parent signatures on the roster and turn it in to the supervisors at the fields before your first game.
... is schedule 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 four that they have played at the time the tournament is cancelled. Roster Submission:  Rosters are available on the ASA site at www.registerasa.com. Fill it out online and print it. Get parent signatures on the roster and turn it in to the supervisors at the fields before your first game.
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.
Question: What do we win?
Answer: It can vary from season to season to be t-shirts, gift cards, gift baskets, and sports gear.
Question: What is involved in the pretest?
Answer: You must swim 300 yards (6 laps) continuously, retrieve a #10 brick from 13 feet down and return it to the surface on the opposite end of the pool, and tread water for 2 minutes without using your hands.
Question: When will tournament brackets be available?
Answer: It depends on how fast each team submits their roster online but it should be available the week of the tournament.
...Red Cross Lifeguard, classes will teach and certify you in the latest methods in professional Water Rescue, Professional CPR and First Aid.  Gain...
...ne by 5:00pm Thursday before tournament at usssa.com. The City’s fields very seldom rain out as the they are built to drain effectively. The Cit...
Question: What time will games start?
Answer: It depends on the number of teams that sign up.
Question: What time will games start?  
Answer: It depends on the number of teams that sign up but typical start times are around 6:30 p.m.
Question: What time will games start?  
Answer: It depends on the number of teams that sign up but typical start times are around 6:30 p.m.
Question: What do we win?  
Answer: It can vary from season to season to be t-shirts, gift cards, gift baskets, and sports gear.
Question: What do we win?  
Answer: It can vary from season to season to be t-shirts, gift cards, gift baskets, and sports gear.
Question: Where are games played?  
Answer: Most weeks at the Canyons Complex.  Some Thursday nights may be at Little Valley Fields.
Question: Where are games played?  
Answer: Most weeks at the Canyons Complex.  Some Thursday nights may be at Little Valley Fields.
Question: How do I submit a roster?  
Answer: Rosters are available on the ASA site at www.registerasa.com.  Fill it out online and print it.  Get parent signatures on the roster and turn it in to the supervisors at the fields before 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 four that they have played at the time the tournament is cancelled. Roster Submission:  Rosters are available on the ASA site at www.registerasa.com. Fill it out online and print it. Get parent signatures on the roster and turn it in to the supervisors at the fields before your first game.
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.
Welcome to the St. George City CERT webpage! CERT stands for Community Emergency Response Teams and is the descendant of the Los Angeles City Fire Department’s program to teach citizens to help themselves in the event of a major earthquake. It was opened up to all disasters when it went nationwide. Our Local ProgramCERT SG is administered by the St. George Police Department, by civilian volunteers and part time employees. We are fortunate that our city government and police department see the value in citizen’s obtaining some disaster response training and hazard mitigation. CERT can help fill the manpower gap that can occur in a major, widespread disaster. We all want a safe community. Disasters are unforeseen, so in order to preserve and restore our beloved community we learn how to recover as quickly as possible. This ability to quickly bounce back to normal (or at least close) is called “Community resiliency”. We also learn about hazard mitigation, or recognizing a potential hazard and working to prevent the hazard from ever taking place! This is more difficult to measure, how many people haven’t died because of modern inoculations? The best way to deal with a disaster is to avoid it.If your car breaks down in the middle of winter it could be a disaster. If you are prepared with winter clothing, camping gear and experience, if you have trained yourself and your family, then you have an opportunity for a camping adventure.There are many facets to being prepared; there is the physical, psychological and spiritual aspects that must be revisited often. Our city website is a fantastic resource for the basics of physical survival. Practice is the best way to become psychologically prepared. Camping, first aid classes, volunteering in the community will assist us in our ability to ‘deal with’ a disaster psychologically. Finally there is the spiritual aspect where a person realizes that they are where they are supposed to be and doing good in that situation is what they should do. The CERT program gives us the opportunity to take our personal and community preparedness to the next level. The time to prepare for a disaster is before a disaster. The training and organization skills will be of great value in our future even without a disaster. CERT resurrects the purely American spirit of volunteerism and self government. Come join us! Get the basics in our CERT classes, then get organized in your own neighborhoods! For more information about CERT please contact us.
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.
Question: What do we win?
Answer: It can vary from season to season to be t-shirts, gift cards, gift baskets, and sports gear.
...pionships 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 Wednesday the week before the tournament. Make reservation for hotel as soon as possible as November 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 four that they have played at the time the tournament is cancelled. Roster Submission:  Rosters are available on the ASA site at www.registerasa.com. Fill it out online and print it. Get parent signatures on the roster and turn it in to the supervisors at the fields before your first game.
Question: When will tournament brackets be available?
Answer: It depends on how fast each team submits their roster online but it should be available the week of the tournament.
...d online by 5:00pm Thursday before tournament at usssa.com. The city's fields very seldom rain out as they are built to drain effectively. The city re...
Question: What time will games start?
Answer: It depends on the number of teams that sign up.
Question: How do I submit a roster?  
Answer: Rosters are available on the ASA site at www.registerasa.com.  Fill it out online and print it.  Get parent signatures on the roster and turn it in to the supervisors at the fields before your first game.
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.
... 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 four that they have played at the time the tournament is cancelled. Roster Submission:  Rosters are available on the ASA site at www.registerasa.com. Fill it out online and print it. Get parent signatures on the roster and turn it in to the supervisors at the fields before your first game.
Question: How do I submit a roster?  
Answer: Rosters are available on the ASA site at www.registerasa.com.  Fill it out online and print it.  Get parent signatures on the roster and turn it in to the supervisors at the fields before your first game.
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.
Question: When will tournament brackets be available?
Answer: It depends on how fast each team submits their roster online but it should be available the week of the tournament.
Question: What do we win?
Answer: It can vary from season to season to be t-shirts, gift cards, gift baskets, and sports gear.
Question: What time will games start?
Answer: It depends on the number of teams that sign up.
...d online by 5:00pm Thursday before tournament at usssa.com. The city's fields very seldom rain out as they are built to drain effectively. The city re...
Question: How do I submit a roster?  
Answer: Rosters are available on the ASA site at www.registerasa.com.  Fill it out online and print it.  Get parent signatures on the roster and turn it in to the supervisors at the fields before 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 four that they have played at the time the tournament is cancelled. Roster Submission:  Rosters are available on the ASA site at www.registerasa.com. Fill it out online and print it. Get parent signatures on the roster and turn it in to the supervisors at the fields before your first game.
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.