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Planning Commission Agenda 1/28/2020 Agenda 01/28/2020:
...y Council   A.    CUP – AWI Tower Replacement (Info-West) B.     CUP – Building 100 – Com...


City Council Minutes 02/16/2012:
... and Events and Resources, Issues to Watch For, Going Forward, and Contact Info. City Attorney Shawn Guzman was excused from the meeting. Terr...


City Council Minutes 03/25/2014:
...ees are allocated into a special fund. He explained that impact fee draft information is not distributed to the public prior to it being presented to the Mayor and City Council. Jason Burningham, with Lewis, Young, Robertson and Burningham, Inc, the City’s financial advisor, will introduce the Councilmembers to impact fees. Jason Burningham presented a powerpoint presentation which covered the following topics: 2013-2014 Impact Fees City of St. George; Introduction to Impact Fees; Impact Fee Process; Introduction to Impact Fees; Scope of Work, City of St. George; CULINARY WATER: Service Area; Demand Analysis; Level of Service (measured based on existing facilities; Existing Inventory and Excess Capacity; Calculation of Storage Buy-In; Calculation of Transmission Buy-In (Airport Waterline); Capital Facilities Analysis; Financial Resources and Revenues to Finance System; Culinary Water Impact Fee; Culinary Water Impact Fee Cash Flow. He had the Councilmembers turn to page 11 & 12 of the Culinary Water section in the Impact Fee binder referring to Table 5.1: Illustration of Capital Improvements. He continued with the powerpoint presentation covering the following topics: SANITARY SEWER: Service Area; Demand Analysis; Level of Service; Existing Inventory and Excess Capacity; Capital Facilities Analysis; Resources to Finance System Improvements; Capital Facilities NOT Included in Analysis; Sanitary Sewer Impact Fee; Sanitary Sewer Impact Fee Cash Flow. He had the Councilmembers turn to page 13 of the Sanitary Sewer Impact section in the Impact Fee binder referring to Table 5.1: Illustration of Capital Improvements Related to Growth. He continued with the powerpoint presentation covering the following topics: STORM DRAIN (IFA ONLY): Service Area; Demand Analysis; Level of Service; Existing Inventory and Excess Capacity; Capital Facilities Analysis; Resources to Finance System Improvements; Storm Drain Impact Fee per SF; Storm Drain Impact Fee by Land Use Type; and Storm Drain Impact Fee Cash Flow. He had the Councilmembers turn to page 10 of the Storm Drain section in the Impact Fee binder referring to Table 5.2: Summary of Percent Associated with New Development. Mayor Pike called for a short recess. Mr. Burningham continued with the powerpoint presentation which covered the following topics: TRANSPORTATION: Service Area; Demand Analysis; Level of Service; Existing Inventory and Excess Capacity; Capital Facilities Analysis; Resources to Finance System Improvements; Financing Revenues and Resources to Finance System Improvements; Transportation Impact Fee Cost per Trip; Transportation Impact Fees by Land Use Type (Residential); Transportation Impact Fees by Land Use Type (Other); Transportation Impact Fee Cash Flow. He had the Councilmembers turn to pages 18 - 21 of the Transportation section in the Impact Fee binder referring to Table A-1: Illustration of Capital Facilities and Estimated Cost and Table A-2: Illustration of Capital Facilities by Funding Source. He continued with the powerpoint presentation which covered the following topics: FIRE: Service Area; Demand Analysis; Existing Inventory and Excess Capacity; Level of Service; Capital Facilities Analysis; Financing Revenues and Resources to Finance System Improvements; Cost per Call Calculation; Fire Impact Fee; Fire Impact Fee Cash Flow. POLICE: Service Area; Demand Analysis; Level of Service; Existing Inventory and Excess Capacity; Capital Facilities Analysis; Financial Revenues and resources to Finance System Improvements; Police Impact Fee; Police Impact Fee Cash Flow. PARKS, RECREATION & OPEN SPACE: Service Area; Demand Analysis; and Existing Inventory; Level of Service; Excess Capacity; Capital Facilities Analysis; Resources to Finance System Improvements; Park Impact Fee. POWER: Service Area; Demand Analysis; Level of Service; Existing Inventory and Excess Capacity; Capital Facilities Analysis; Resources to Finance System Improvements; Energy Impact Fee per kW; Energy Impact Fee: St. George City Council Minutes March 20, 2014 Page Three Residential Service; Energy Impact Fee Cash Flow; SUMMARY: Fee Per Residential Dwelling; and Comparative Analysis. DISCUSSION ON THE FY 2014-15 BUDGET: Finance Director Philip Peterson presented a powerpoint presentation which covered the following topics: Finance Department Organizational Chart; Utility Payment Options; Paperless Billings; Misc. Information. Councilmember Bowcutt inquired if there is a database that shows which accounts have been written off as bad debt. Mr. Peterson replied yes, there is a policy which states that if a customer has a bad debt, the customer either has to make arrangements or pay off the debt prior to obtaining new service. Staff tries to work with those that are in this situation. He continued with the powerpoint presentation which covered the following topics: Business Licenses. Councilmember Almquist asked Mr. Peterson if the City could possibly go to a 2 year payment option for obtaining a business license. Mr. Peterson replied that can happen if the City Council approves an ordinance allowing that. City Manager Gary Esplin advised that cannot happen with a business license since a portion of the cost is based on the number of employees, but a rental license may be a possibility. Mayor Pike inquired if citizens can utilize the City’s new website for applying for services or obtaining a license. Mr. Peterson stated that may be a possibility, however, the City requires that certain items with regards to applying for a business license, be seen in person. Additionally, when applying for a dog license, the City requires the applicant to provide proof of vaccinations as well as proof that the animal has been spayed or neutered. Human Resources Manager Judith Mayfield presented a powerpoint presentation that covered the following topics: Organizational Chart; Human Resources Department Purpose Statement; HR Department Responsibilities; Recruitment, Hiring and Retention; Payroll Administration; Employee Benefits; Compensation, Performance, Organization, Development, Employee Relations; and Administrative Duties and Challenges. City Attorney Shawn Guzman presented a powerpoint presentation that covered the following topics: Legal Services - Organization Chart; Legal Services; Legal Services - Criminal Cases; Justice Court Reimbursements; Court Reimbursements; Traffic School Reimbursements; Legal Services - Insurance; and Legal Services - Claims and Legal Services Staff. Budget and Financial Planning Manager Deanna Brklacich presented an Administrative Services Organization Chart. The City has approximately 30,000 vendors and that the Purchasing Department receives approximately 650-850 invoices per month. The City allows departments to purchase items as needed. One of the goals for Connie Hood, Purchasing Manager, is to train employees on how to purchase items they need. She handed out a Budget Process Overview and reviewed the budget process. Additionally, she explained that there have been 3 flood events in the past few years. It took 5 years to complete the 2005 flood project which had 7 projects. The total cost to rebuild after the flood was approximately $11 million. The City received $4 million from FEMA, $3.27 million from a State grant, various other small grants and the City’s grant match was $2 million. The 2010 floods had 80 projects and the cost was $8.5 million; FEMA will fund $6.6 million, there will be no funds received from the State, the City received $600,000 in Federal Highway Funds and the City’s portion was $1.3 million. St. George City Council Minutes March 20, 2014 Page Four City Manager Gary Esplin everyone of the projects involves about a full years worth of work. The funds to repair the damage were unfunded and unbudgeted. Water Services Director Scott Taylor presented a powerpoint presentation covering the following topics: Mission Statement; Mottos; Water Services Department Info; Culinary Water Source (Acre - Ft) 2013; Water Services Department Cor...


PUBLIC NOTICE Public Notice 06/27/2014:
NOTICE OF INTENT TO ADOPT IMPACT FEE FACILITIES PLANS AND AN IMPACT FEE ORDINANCE FOR CULINARY WATER, WASTEWATER, STORM WATER, TRANSPORTATION, POWER, FIRE/EMS, POLICE, AND PARKS & RECREATION AND NOTI...


PUBLIC NOTICE Public Notice 07/17/2014:
...is no minimum bid and the City will review and consider all offers. For information, or to view the equipment, please contact Derek Lewis at 435-627-4358 or contact Purchasing at 435-627-4717 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday The winning buyer will be required to remove the property from the current location within 10 days of sale. The Purchasing Office, is located at 175 East 200 North, St. George, Utah 84770, The bids for the surplus will Bid/offers will be accepted until August 4th, 2014, 5:00 p.m. (end of day). All bid/offers must be received in a sealed envelope addressed to Purchasing, and marked with COMMERCIAL STAINLESS STEEL RANGE OFFER, or WALK IN FREEZER OFFER Bids are to be addressed - Attn: Purchasing. and can hand carried, faxed, sent by mail or emailed. Bid Response Information Connie R. Hood, CPPB Purchasing City of St. George 175 E 20...


PUBLIC NOTICE Public Notice 03/20/2015:
... be obtained from the City’s website: (www.sgcity.org/purchasing/openbids.php) or from Campbell & Associates Architecture, 46N200 E St. George, Utah ...


Public Notice Planning Commission 3/24/2020 Public Notice 03/24/2020:
...tuation. Thanks for your understanding and we will do our best to keep you informed.   Reasonable Accommodation:  The City of St George wi...


Frequent Questions:
...urt only. Please contact the Court for the packet or visit the Expungement Info section. It includes instructions and three forms that will need to be...


Concert in the Park:
... is available, bring blankets, lawn chairs, food, and the family. For more information call 435-627-4525. 2020 CONCERT IN THE PARK LINE UP May 11 @7:30 PM - CANCELLED  Nu-Blu- Bluegrass - CANCELLED For info: http://www.nu-blu.com/ June 8 @7:30 PM Idol 80's- Billy Idol Tribute   July 13 @ 7:30 PM Tom Bennett- Country/Blues For info: https://www.facebook.com/tombennettmusic/ Aug. 10 @ 7:30 PM Red Dirt Girls- Country & Folk For info: https://www.facebook.com/2RedDirtGirls/ Sept. 14 @7:30 PM Ted Vigil- John Denver Tribute For info: https://www.tedvigil.com/


County Dispatch - 911:
The St. George 911 Communications Center is the dispatch center for every police, fire and ambulance agency in the county as well as being the 911 center for the public. Thousands of 911 calls ar...


City Pool Facility Reservations  :
...sp;  for an additional 100 people      BBQ Area Info: Reservation during Public Swim: $15 per hour  BBQ Area is incl...