Question: How can I confirm/check my race entry?
Answer: You should have received an email confirming your race entry. If you did not or if you can not find the email, you can confirm your entry yourself by going to https://secure.getmeregistered.com/confirm.php#top and searching your name. If you don't see your name, you either searched the wrong name or aren't registered. The search bar will search exactly what is typed, so if you did misspell something (either in the search or during registration) it will not show up.
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 are received as well as many more non-emergency calls and these are all disseminated from our Communications Center to the appropriate agency. The St. Geore 911 Communications Center has enhanced 911 capability which provides greater service to the citizens that we serve. The non-emergency line for St. George is 435-627-4301 and should be used to request an officer for a report, to report suspicious people or vehicles and any other occurrence that is non-life threatening. Things of an emergency nature where injury or death could be the result should be a 911 call to the Communications Center.
St. George City, 435-627-4300
Washington County Sheriff’s Office, 435-634-5730
Hurricane City, 435-627-4900
Washington City, 435-627-4901
Washington County Burn Permit Website
Question: Where do I find the current City code?
Answer: The current City code can be found here.
The St. George Recreation Center has partnered with Dixie State University to present an interactive learning experience!
Come explore the world of science at the St. George Rec Center! Witness incredible demos and participate in hands-on interactive activities. Each child will receive a t-shirt and a swag bag filled with goodies!
Ed's connection with St. George began when he married Karen Bott, his wife of 55 years. Karen's father was born and raised in Castle Dale, Utah following her great grandparent's migration from Germany in 1884. The small city of St. George became a stopping place for Karen, who as a baby regularly visited her grandparents and family. St. George continued to a favorite stopping place following her marriage to Ed. He and Karen moved to St. George permanently in 2000. Ed is a graduate of Fullerton Junior College and earned a Bachelors Degree from Cal-State University Fullerton, California. Ed began his public service career in municipal government serving as a law enforcement officer. Ed enjoyed a second career in county government where he was charged with fiduciary and ministerial responsibilities in caring for the elderly and those deemed unable to care for themselves under court appointed conservatorships. During the course of 50 years of public service Ed has joined with associates in establishing many meaningful public service activities and organizations contributing to the wellbeing of the community. Upon becoming a St. George resident Ed continued to exercise his penchant for public service as a substitute school teacher at local high schools and has for over a dozen years, regularly attended city council meetings with the objective of reporting on the workings of Municipal and County Government endeavoring to keep the public educated and informed. Ed has proclaimed that the sentiments expressed by patriot Patrick Henry, "The Liberties of a people never were, nor ever will be, secured, when the transactions of their rulers may be concealed from them," will continue to be the guiding light throughout his tenure on the St. George City Council. Ed has expressed his gratitude for the opportunity to serve and humbly recognizes the gift of trust and acceptance extended by his fellow citizens. "I am forever grateful to my parents for having instilled in me the recognition of what it means to be part of the American Family here in St. George and give thanks to my Heavenly Father for this Blessing." Ed and Karen have two children, eight grandchildren and seven great grandchildren, four of which were born in St. George. Ed is committed to maintaining the cultural values which have made this community so great and in supporting the Constitution of the United States of America. Council Member Ed Baca's current term expires December 31, 2019.
Services for Persons with Disabilities
All SunTran buses are wheelchair accessible. Persons with disabilities, whether physical or cognitive, may ride the fixed-route service if they are able to get to and from the bus stops.
Individuals who are ADA eligible and are unable to get to and from the bus stops may apply for paratransit on our preapproved origin to destination service. This special service costs $2.00 per persons per one-way trip. This service will be provided to locations that are within ¾ mile of a fixed-route stop. For information about ADA certification, call SunTran at 435-673-TRAN.
Paratransit Bus Passes
Those who have a qualifying disability and have been preapproved may buy passes available from the Paratransit driver.
10-Trip Pass. No expiration date. $18.00
Paratransit One-way Trip Fare $2.00
Servicios Para Personas Con Discapacidades
Todos los autobuses tienen acceso para sillas de ruedas. Personas con discapacidades y se físicas o psicológicas puede utilizar las rutas fijas de autobús siempre y cuando pueda subir y bajar del autobus por si solas, Individuos que son elegibles para ADA y que no puedan subir o bajar en las paradas de autobus puede aplicar para el servicio paratransit en nuestro servicio pre aprobado de punto de partida y destino. Este servicio especial cuesta $2.00 por persona por viaje. Este servicio será provisto en lugares de distancia de ¾ de milla de rutas fijas. Para información sobre los certificados ADA, llame 435-673-TRAN.
Paratransit Pases De Autobús
Los que tienen discapacidad calificada y han sido aprobados pueden comprar pases del conductor de paratransit.
Pase de 10-viajes. No expira $18.00
Paratransit pasaje para un solo viaje ...
2 vs. 2 Outdoor Volleyball Tournament with Grass and Sand divisions. For all ages – Juniors Ages 8 to 15 and above. The top three winners of each division bracket receive an award. Pre-registration is required for St. George Tournaments – NO DAY OF REGISTRATION. Check in at 7:30 am to 9:00 am - Pool Play/Tournament Play 9 am to 10 pm
The City of St. George is honored to again be hosting the NJCAA Division I Softball National Championship Tournament at our award-winning Canyons Complex. This tournament brings the 16, Division I Junior College regional champions in the nation to St. George Utah.
The tournament will start on May 16th and run through the 19th 2018.
The complete array of information is on this site; however, if any clarification is needed, please contact us at (435) 627-4500. Thank you for your interest and we will see you at the fields.