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Irrigation:
...he Irrigation Division delivers secondary irrigation water to several City facilities including parks, cemeteries, golf courses, and sports complexes,...


Impact Fees:
DRAFT ORDINANCE, DRAFT IMPACT FEE ANALYSES, AND DRAFT IMPACT FEE FACILITIES PLANS FOR: Culinary & Irrigation Water Storm Drain Local &...


City Parks:
...park system. The diverse mix of neighborhood parks, community parks, sport facilities and other provide a wide range of activities. The planning, des...


Support:
...n scope and include: fleet, technology, global information system mapping, facilities, marketing and public relations. Although many of these services...


Mathis Park:
...ties include a covered pavilion with picnic tables and barbecues, restroom facilities, loop walking trail, three separate grass areas, and a shaded ch...


City Squares:
...park system. The diverse mix of neighborhood parks, community parks, sport facilities and other provide a wide range of activities. The planning, design, and construction of parks and other recreational facilities, is overseen by the Park Planning Division. For information on future parks and facilities visit Park Planning. Maintenance of parks, landscape right of wa...


Technology:
...mation on the City website (www.sgcity.org).Free Wi-Fi at public parks and facilities. See map at http://maps.sgcity.org/sgcitywifi.Services and apps ...


Special Event:
...city or a third party, than normally provided to groups which reserve park facilities or other city-owned facilities.C. Events held at the following are not special events unde...


Facility Services:
...ade by the citizens of St. George. They work around the clock to keep city facilities safe, clean and comfortable for public use. 


Arts Commission:
...ege levels.  Support and cooperate in the operation of other physical facilities for cultural activities.  Support existing arts activities....


Sand Hollow Aquatic Center Water Aerobics:
...er Water Aerobics Flyer for a listing of times and classes offered at both facilities this summer and our Fall Water Ae


Middleton Park:
...clude a covered pavilion with picnic tables and a large barbecue, restroom facilities, improved full basketball court, renovated grassy field, and the...


Park Planning:
...mplementation of new parks, regional trails, other open-space recreational facilities, and major upgrades to existing parks and trails. Park Planning ...


Sandtown Park:
.... Large shade trees line the perimeter of 6.5 acres of open grass area and facilities include a children's playground with swings and picnic tables wi...


Slick Rock Park:
... climbers. This naturalistic park has two rock climbing boulders, restroom facilities, a trellis covered pavilion with picnic tables and a barbecue, a...


Larkspur Park:
...etention basin for storm water runoff. The park amenities include restroom facilities, two sand volleyball courts, a children's playground, and two li...


Water Distribution:
...ality 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 ...


Dixie Downs Park:
...n 2007 with the addition of a new covered pavilion with barbecue, restroom facilities, looped walking trail, lighting and landscaping. These improveme...


Automotive/Car Wash    :
... wash water generated from commercial automobile and/or craft washing facilities.  These pollutants include but are not limited to:   *Lead from brake linings and tires *Zinc from tires and brakes *Detergents *Oil/grease *Lubricants *Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons: Gasoline Range Organics, (GRO) and Diesel Range Organics, (DRO).   All commercial automobile and/or craft washing, automobile shops and auto body and paint facilities (including mobile units) who desire to discharge their wash wate...


The Canyons Complex:
...s include a children's playground, trellis covered pavilions, and restroom facilities.  A pedestrian tunnel under Snow Canyon Parkway connects th...


Power Generation :
The City Power Company owns, operates and maintains several generation facilities.  They include:  • Red Rock Generation Facility ...


Energy Department:
...f diesel generation located at two locations; the Bloomington and Red Rock facilities. SGESD receives the remaining power requirements via transmissio...


Blake Memorial Park:
...d, swings, and small shaded areas for a picnic with barbecues and restroom facilities.


Active Transportation:
...nce                 Network, Facilities, & Design               ...


Shadow Mountain Park:
...en from the street. The hidden features include covered pavilion, restroom facilities, children's playground with swings, sand volleyball court, light...


St. George Regional Water Reclamation Facility Pretreatment Program:
...stewater from homes, commercial buildings, and industrial/ commercial facilities and/or locations. This wastewater leaves these locations through...


inSide St. George:
... for reference only. Hard copies of the current issue can be found in city facilities like City Hall, St. George Recreation Center, Sand Hollow Aquati...


Food Service Establishments and FOG:
...ect wastewater from homes, commercial buildings, and industrial/commercial facilities and/or locations.  This wastewater leaves these locations through a complex series of underground sewer lines called the sanitary wastewater collections system.  The collection system transports wastewater to the POTW in Bloomington called the St. George Regional Water Reclamation Facility (SGRWRF).  Once the wastewater enters the SGRWRF, it is directed through a series of treatment technologies effectively removing harmful organisms and other contaminants.  Generally, POTW's are designed to treat domestic sewage only.  The SGRWRF is no exception to this point.  However, as with other cities, the SGRWRF also receives wastewater from industrial and commercial sources, (non-domestic).   The General Pretreatment Standards and Regulations establish legal responsibilities of Federal, State, Local government, industry, and the public to implement applicable Pretreatment Standards.  The Pretreatment Standards protect the SGRWRF from pollutants which may pass through or interfere with the SGRWRF treatment processes or which may contaminate the beneficial use of the SGRWRF sewage sludge, (i.e. Biosolids).   "Pretreatment" is also defined in Title 40 Code of Federal Regulations (40 CFR) Subsection 403.     DEFINITIONS: (Ord. 8-4-14.2)   Food Service Establishment (FSE): Any building, vehicle, place, or structure, or any room or division in a building, vehicle, place, or structure, where: (A) food is prepared, served, or sold for immediate consumption on or in the vicinity of the premises; (B) called for or taken out by customers; or (C) prepared prior to being delivered to another location for consumption.   Grease Interceptor: A structure or device designed for the purpose of removing and preventing fats, oils, and grease from entering the sanitary sewer collection system.  These devices are belowground units in outside areas with a minimum capacity of one thousand (1,000) gallons.     8-4-14.3:  Interceptor and Trap Installation Specifications: A. Grease and sand/oil interceptors, as described by the international plumbing code (IPC), shall be required of any commercial user when the SGRWRF determines they are necessary for the proper handling of wastewater containing FOGS in excessive amounts, except such interceptors shall not be required for residential dwelling units. B. Any commercial user utilizing a three (3) compartment sink shall be required to have either a grease interceptor or grease trap installed at its own expense and shall be required to comply with maintaining the device as outlined in the St. George city pretreatment operating plan. C. All construction plans for interceptors shall be submitted to SGRWRF for review and approval prior to installation. All interceptors shall be of a type, construction, and capacity approved by SGRWRF. D. All interceptors shall be constructed of impervious materials capable of withstanding abrupt and extreme changes in temperature. They shall be of substantial construction, watertight, and equipped with easily removable covers which are gas and watertight. E. All newly constructed commercial structures, strip malls, multi-tenant planned occupied buildings, or planned unoccupied buildings, shall install independent six-inch (6") wastewater discharge lines stubbed out within each designated future food establishment unit. If a new source commercial structure, strip mall, or multi-tenant building has planned occupancy by one or more businesses that do not generate FOG, and therefore do not need a grease interceptor, and the owner of the structure does not facilitate the installation of independent six-inch (6") wastewater discharge line and install a common interceptor, then no future food establishments shall be permitted, unless facilities are retrofitted for independent lines. F. All newly constru...


Hazardous Waste Pharmaceutical Rule:
...on on Sewer Disposal of Hazardous Waste Pharmaceuticals by Healthcare Facilities and Reverse Distributors               On February 22, 2019, the United States Environmental Protection Agency, (EPA) published in the Federal Register (84 FR 5816) a Final Rule entitled Management Standards for Hazardous Waste Pharmaceuticals and Amendment to the P075 Listing for Nicotine (Pharmaceutical Waste Rule).  This final rule adds regulations for the management of hazardous waste pharmaceuticals by healthcare facilities (for both humans and animals) and reverse distributors.  Among other things, these new regulations prohibit all healthcare facilities, including those operating under the regulations for very small quantity generators of hazardous waste, and reverse distributors from discharging hazardous waste pharmaceuticals to a sewer system that passes through a publicly owned treatment works.     As applied to Pretreatment Standards and Regulations, 40 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) 403.8 (f)(1)(iii); the State of Utah, Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) has required the St. George Regional Water Reclamation Facility, (SGRWRF) Pretreatment Program to generate an Industrial Waste Survey, (IWS).  This IWS has been required to enable the SGRWRF Pretreatment Program to identify, list and generate notifications, (informing identified locations of applicable Pretreatment Standards and Requirements, including the requirements for Hazardous Waste, 40 CFR 403 (f)(1)(iii) and 2019 HW Phar Rule) to all new and existing commercial/industrial users within the SGRWRF Pretreatment Programs Jurisdictional boundaries i.e. St. George, Washington City, City of Santa Clara, and Ivins City.  Generally, the SGRWRF is designed to treat domestic sewage and biodegradable commercial/industrial waste or conventional pollutants. However, non-domestic sources, commercial/industrial facilities, may also discharge toxic or non-conventional pollutants that may cause problems in the sewer collection system or at the SGRWRF.      The National Pretreatment Program is charged with controlling toxic, conventional, and nonconventional pollutants from non-domestic sources that discharge into the sewer collection system and SGRWRF.  The Pretreatment Standards and Regulations found in 40 CFR Part 403 provide the SGRWRF Pretreatment Program with the necessary controls to protect the SGRWRF from the impacts of pollutants of non-domestic wastewater, including but not limited to interference with the operation of the SGRWRF, obstructions in the sewer collection system, (that cause sanitary sewer overflows) pass-through of pollutants that cause National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System, (NPDES) permit violations, worker health and safety impacts, degradation in the quality of the SGRWRF biosolids, and explosive or corrosive conditions in the sewer collection system.             The Pharmaceutical Waste Rule falls under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA).  The Division of Waste Management and Radiation Control (DWMRC) in the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) is responsible for overseeing RCRA in the State of Utah and is therefore responsible for overseeing the prohibition on sewer disposal of hazardous waste pharmaceuticals.  For a list of pharmaceuticals that may be considered hazardous waste when discarded or for more information on the Pharmaceutical Waste Rule, please contact Tom Ball at the DWMRC at 801-536-0251 or by email at tball@utah.gov. Facilities following under the pharmaceutical rule are Drug Wholesalers, Supermarkets and Other Grocery (except convenience) stores, Pharmacies and Drug Stores, Warehouse Clubs and Supercenters, Veterinary Services, Physicians Offices, Dentists' Offices, Medical Labs, Chiropractors, Jails or Dentation Centers, Clinics, Mental and/or Behavioral Health Services, Outpatient Care Centers (e.g., Dialysis center, Cancer Treatment, Diabetes clinic), Other Ambulatory Health Care Services (Orthopedic services), Hospitals, Nursing Care Facilities (e.g., Assisted living facilities, Nursing Homes, Rehabilitation Services, Addiction Treatment Centers, Group Homes, Women/Children Shelters), Continuing Care Retirement Communities, (e.g., Assisted living facilities with on-site nursing facilities), Reverse Distributors.            ...


Home-based Food Business - Cottage Business:
...gnee immediate and safe access to the users’ premises, FOGS handling facilities, and BMP facilities. K. The pretreatment coordinator may require visual monitor...