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PUBLIC NOTICE Public Notice 07/17/2014:
The City of St. George will accept sealed bids for the following Surplus sale: COMMERCIAL STAINLESS STEEL RANGE, HOOD & WALK IN FREEZER There is no minimum bid and the City will review and co...


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 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:
PUBLIC NOTICE   Please be advised that the St. George City Planning Commission meeting regularly scheduled for Tuesday, March 24, 2020 has been cancelled.   Please see the notice be...


Planning Commission Minutes 01/11/2011:
...ivision for a private garden, extension of the residential backyard with a swimming pool, and a golf chipping green. The applicant is Jeff Johansen. Case No. 2010-ZC-014Craig Harvey Planner I said this is a zone change request to amend Hidden Valley Fossil Hills Planned Development to allow the applicant to use a 1.033 acre parcel of Open Space adjacent to Lot 140 of Phase 6 in the Desert Hills Subdivision for a private garden, extension of the residential backyard, a swimming pool, and a golf chipping green.Craig read staff comments into record:1. The 1.033 acre parcel is currently owned by SITLA and Mr. Johansen has expressed an interest in purchasing the land. SITLA is willing to sell the property to the applicant; however the applicant must first obtain approval from the Planning Commission and the City Council for both the Zone Change and a final plat amendment prior to the sale proceeding forward. 2. The purpose of the zone change amendment is to allow Mr. Johansen to use the 1.033 acre of open space for the reasons listed in the request. This zone change amendment will only apply to this 1.033 acre parcel. If other property owners wish to purchase land from SITLA, then they would be required to go through the same process as this applicant, by amending the PD zone and amending the subdivision plat. 3. Staff recommends the following options for the Planning Commission to consider: Option 1 1) Approve the Zone Change with the following conditions:The zone change amendment shall be restricted to the 1.033 acre parcel as described in the legal description on theexhibits. The open space uses shall be amended to allow thefollowing uses for the 1.033 acre parcel adjacent to Lot 140Phase 6, Desert Hills subdivision: Private garden, extension of the residential backyard, a swimming pool, and a golfchipping green.Staff recommends that most of the p...


City Council Minutes 01/24/2008:
...r commented she had the same concern. She inquired about the safety of the swimming pool fence and if the Fire Chief would inspect it. Mr. Snyder advised the Fire Chief asked about the swimming pool fence today. There is no gate in the swimming pool fence. City Attorney Shawn Guzman commented the fence sho...


City Council Minutes 09/30/2004:
...ociate Planner Mark Bradley suggested that the City could require that all swimming pools be built in the actual rear yard. Enforcement Officer Brad Young advised Mr. Ames how he could bring his wall into compliance. He offered to meet with Mr. Ames to explain his options. City Manager Gary Esplin suggested that a public hearing be held on the matter. Jim Painter suggested that some fences are climbable, and this poses a danger to small children when there is a swimming pool. He stated he would like to see the City adopt an ordinance requiring a safer fence, or a second fence around swimming pools to protect small children. City Manager Gary Esplin advi...


Frequently Asked Questions:
Does the Fire Department fill swimming pools? No.  Please contact the City of St. George Utility Office at 435-627-4748 or 435-627-4716 for more information regarding filling swimming pools.


Sand Hollow Aquatic Center's WIBIT:
...Slope portion No Lifejackets Allowed No Jumping over the Handle Wall No Swimming Under or Around the Wibit If you Fall Off, You Must Swim to the S...


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City Council Minutes 05/21/2002:
...eation fees of $300,000 include softball and soccer fees. He commented the swimming pool continues to loose money. He has sent a letter to Santa Clara City indicating they need to pay for their portion of the maintenance on the Sand Hollow Aquatic Center (SHAC) for this year and past years or their residents will be charged an additional fee. He explained the cities of Santa Clara and Ivins each paid 7% to build facilities. The first year the City of St. George paid for all the maintenance. The second year Ivins paid for their portion of the maintenance and Santa Clara City paid ? of the amount due for their share of the maintenance. Currently Santa Clara City owes $19,000 in maintenance fees. In discussions with Santa Clara City, their staff indicated the rates for the Aquatic Center should be raised. That was done last year and attendance dropped. The rates are as high as the market will bear. In the letter sent, Mr. Esplin gave Santa Clara City the option to charge their citizens $2 more per person to cover the maintenance fees. City Manager Esplin discussed SHAC CO/Gen plant project and explained it is in the Power Department budget for the upcoming year, but it is uncertain if it will be done. The group discussed what the fees recreation currently charged cover. They pay for the cost of the operations not for staff salary and benefits. The SHAC is like the parks and the regular swimming pool; certain facilities don't pay for themselves but are an i...


Planning Commission Minutes 04/12/2005:
...r them. There will be a great deal of traffic. The house next door has a swimming pool. What is to prevent those children from getting into the swimming pool? They were told this would be a residential area and not com...


Planning Commission Minutes 02/27/2007:
...NING COMMISSIONFebruary 27, 2007Page Nine Hal Norton lived adjacent to the swimming pool. He expressed concern with the cul-de-sac which he characterized as very steep. He expressed the cul-de-sac parking because there was not enough room to accommodate the people using the swimming pool. Water drainage issues were also expressed. Jerry Rhodes id...


City Council Minutes 02/03/2011:
...ls Subdivision for an extension of the residential backyard with a garden, swimming pool and a golf chipping green. City Planner Craig Harvey explained the request to amend the plat is to allow the applicant to use 1.033 acres of open space adjacent to his home for a private garden, pool, and golf chipping green. Jeff Johansen is the applicant. The property is zoned Open Space and PD Residential. The parcel is currently owned by SITLA. SITLA is willing to sell the parcel to the applicant if the applicant first obtains approval for the zone change and final plat amendments prior to the sale. The back portion will be unobstructed and left open space. He presented slides of the site. The site is an isolated peninsula. The Planning Commission recommends approval subject to the following conditions: 1. The zone change amendment shall be restricted to the 1.033 acre parcel as described in the legal description in the exhibits. St. George City Council Minutes February 3, 2011 Page Eight 2. The open space uses shall be amended to allow the following uses for the 1.033 acre parcel: private garden, extension of the residential backyard, swimming pool, golf chipping green. 3. Most of the peninsula area rema...


City Council Minutes 02/16/2006:
...essory building could be built within the 30' setback, a below-ground swimming pool could. Community Development Director Bob Nicholson stated that if the applicant wants to leave the edge natural, and not construct a rock wall, this would be great. The Planning Commission?s concern was that it had to be done one way or the other for consistency. Mayor Pro Tem Allen inquired if the pads were going to be built up. Mr. Blanscett replied that the pads would not be built up and walk-out basements would be built. Mayor Pro Tem Allen opened the public hearing. Brian Kemp advised that his neighbors asked him to appear and express their concern about traffic and the need to slow it down. He suggested that ? S? curves be incorporated into the road design in order to slow the traffic. Jay Sandberg advised that the road was decreased from 60' in width to 50' which calms traffic, and a cross street was added to balance the traffic. Support Services Director Marc Mortensen inquired if a stop sign could be placed at one of the intersections. Mr. Sandberg replied that he would look at this. Mike Reynolds stated that there was no real purpose for building a rock wall, and stated he would prefer the edge be left open. There being no further public comment, Mayor Pro Tem Allen closed the public hearing. MOTION: A motion was made by Council Member Gardner to approve the preliminary plat, leaving the natural ridgeline open with no walls or fences or encroachments on the ridgeline, and subject to the recommendations of the Planning Commission and staff. If a barrier is needed to protect children, then wrought iron will be allowed. A swimming pool will be allowed, but no block walls or accessory buildings wi...


City Council Minutes 03/16/2000:
...ro Tem Gardner recognized Pam Fernley who works with the Dixie High School swimming program. The Dixie High swim team took first place in the state. She introduced swim team members to the Council. PRESENTATION FROM CENSUS BUREAU: Ed Byers, representing the Utah South Office of the Census Bureau, reiterated the importance of responding to the census Questionnaire, and advised of the locations of questionnaire assistance centers in St. George. CONSENT CALENDAR: Consider approval of the financial statement for February, 2000. A motion was made by Councilmember Allen to approve the financial statement as presented. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Whatcott, and all voted aye. VACATING ORDINANCE: Consider approval of an ordinance vacating a portion of an existing section of Supai Trail at the intersection of Anasazi Trail located in Anasazi Hills at Entrada. City Manager Gary Esplin advised this was a housekeeping item. Staff has reviewed the request and no problems were identified. St. George City Council Minutes March 16, 2000 Page Two A motion was made by Councilmember Whatcott to approve by ordinance the requested road abandonment. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Whatcott. A roll call vote was taken and all voted aye. ABANDONMENT RESOLUTION: Consider approval of a resolution abandoning an easement (limited common area) along Lots 14 and 15 of the final plat of Sun River Subdivision Phase 1 Plat 1B Amended. Sun River, applicant. City Manager Gary Esplin advised staff has reviewed the request and no problems were identified. A motion was made by Councilmember Allen to approve by resolution the requested easement abandonment. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Whatcott. A roll call vote was taken and all voted aye. SET PUBLIC HEARINGS: Community Development Director Bob Nicholson advised that the Planning Commission, at their meeting held March 14, 2000, recommended public hearings be advertised for April 20, 2000 at 5:00 p.m. to consider (1) a zone change from R-1-10 to PD Residential on 21.55 acres located on the east side of Dixie Drive and the south side of 100 North; and (2) an amendment to the Zoning Ordinance regarding the regulation of commercial and industrial building heights. A motion was made by Councilmember Whatcott to set the public hearings as recommended by the Planning Commission. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Allen, and all voted aye. SET PUBLIC HEARING: Community Development Director Bob Nicholson advised the Planning Commission, at its meeting held March 14, 2000, recommended denial of a public hearing to consider a zone change from R-1-10 to PD Residential on 1.33 acres located on the southwest corner of 1400 West and 1230 North. The applicants, however, are requesting that the matter be scheduled for a public hearing on April 20, 2000 at 5:00 p.m. A motion was made by Councilmember Allen to set the public hearing as requested by the applicants. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Whatcott, and all voted aye. CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT: Consider a request for approval of a conditional use permit for an increase in height for commercial buildings at 400 E. Sunland Drive. Day Star, applicant. Community Development Director Bob Nicholson explained the applicant?s original request was for a 66' high tower, but when advised of the City?s draft amendment to the Zoning Ordinance to cap building height at 60', the applicants agreed to lower the height of the proposed tower to 60'. The City?s current ordinance limits height to 35' unless a conditional use permit is obtained. The tower itself will not be occupied, but is merely an architectural feature to give more character to the development. The Planning Commission unanimously recommended approval subject to a maximum tower height of 60' and subject to approval of the pending ordinance with the development meeting the provisions of that ordinance. He suggested the matter be tabled until the applicants were present to explain their request. A motion to table the request was made by Councilmember Whatcott. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Allen, and all voted aye. St. George City Council Minutes March 16, 2000 Page Three CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT: Consider a request for approval of a conditional use permit for a car lot to be located at 465 South Bluff. Lynette Atkinson, applicant. Associate Planner Jim McGuire advised the applicant is Aaron Herrera, and the main issue of concern with the request is that the site currently contains little landscaping. The applicant would not have more than 10-12 display vehicles. The Planning Commission recommended approval on a 5-1 vote subject to bringing the landscaping up to City standards. A motion was made by Councilmember Allen to approve the conditional use permit subject to the recommendations of the Planning Commission. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Whatcott, and all voted aye. PRELIMINARY PLAT: Associate Planner Jim McGuire advised the Planning Commission, at its meeting of March 14, 2000, recommended approval of the preliminary plat for The Cliffs of Snow Canyon (formerly Las Sendas) located northeast of the Entrada PD. He advised the preliminary plat conforms to the PD. A motion was made by Councilmember Whatcott to approve the preliminary plat as recommended by the Planning Commission. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Allen, and all voted aye. FINAL PLAT: Associate Planner Jim McGuire advised the Planning Commission, at its meeting of March 14, 2000, recommended approval of the final plat for Anasazi Ridge Phase I located within the Entrada PD. He advised the final plat conforms to the preliminary plat. A motion was made by Councilmember Whatcott to approve the final plat as recommended by the Planning Commission and authorize the Mayor to sign it. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Allen, and all voted aye. DETERMINE NEED FOR GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT: Associate Planner Jim McGuire advised the Planning Commission, at its meeting of March 14, 2000, determined that a general plan amendment was not necessary to apply for a commercial zone change on a seven acre parcel of property located in an R-1-10 zone at about 1680 East 280 North. Larry Belliston and Brad Stucki are the applicants. It was recommended by the Legal Department that the City Council review this determination before the applicants apply for a zone change. The Legal Department felt that for procedural consistency, the General Plan Land Use Map should be amended to a commercial designation prior to a commercial zone change request. He advised the Planning Commission has the option of hearing the general plan amendment and zone change request concurrently. Larry Belliston advised that even though a seven acre parcel is involved, only 4-5 acres are developable because the rest of the land is in the flood plain. He advised that all neighbors support the request. A motion was made by Councilmember Allen to address both issues, the general plan amendment and zone change, in the same public hearing. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Whatcott, and all voted aye. ABANDONMENT RESOLUTION: Consider approval of a resolution vacating an easement between Lots 6 and 7 of Country View Estates Subdivisions Phases I and II. Dan Flake, applicant. St. George City Council Minutes March 16, 2000 Page Four Engineering Associate Kent Provstgaard advised this request, as well the next item, are in the same subdivision and are for the purpose of making lot line adjustments to accommodate an existing swimming pool. New easements along the new lot lines will be given in exch...


City Council Minutes 11/02/2000:
...quired if the name "D.A.R.T." had been registered, as there is a swimming club also called D.A.R.T., and if it had not been done, he suggested they do so. He also inquired if D.A.R.T. was working with adjoining cities to expand the bus service. Ms. Cottam replied she was still working with adjoining cities and planned to work with Washington City next. Need and support from neighboring cities will have to be established in order for the service to expand. Mayor McArthur commented that in order for D.A.R.T. to serve neighboring cities, they must participate in the program. He called for a vote, as follows: Councilmember Isom - aye Councilmember Allen - aye Councilmember Gardner - aye Councilmember Orton - aye Councilmember Whatcott - aye The vote was unanimous and the motion carried. AWARD OF BID: Consider award of bid for the purchase of ammunition for the Police Department. Purchasing Agent Sue Swensen recommended award of the bid for ammunition for the Police Department through the State contract with Salt Lake Wholesale Sports in the amount of $25,427.65. A motion was made by Councilmember Gardner to award the bid through the State contract with Salt Lake Wholesale Sports in the amount of $25,427.65. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Orton. Mayor McArthur called for a vote, as follows: Councilmember Gardner - aye Councilmember Orton - aye Councilmember Whatcott - aye Councilmember Allen - aye Councilmember Isom - aye The vote was unanimous and the motion carried. Ms. Swensen explained that the State will put out a bid state-wide and anyone wishing to submit a bid can. This bid can then by used by any municipality or school district in the State. The bid is good for one year. Ms. Swensen explained the City’s purchasing policy that anything costing from $1 to $1,000 requires three bids. Anything above $1,000 to $10,000 requires three written bids, and anything over $10,000 has to be bid and formally advertised in the newspaper. Any purchase over $25,000 must be approved by the City Council. City Manager Gary Esplin explained the City tries to give local bidders every opportunity to be awarded a bid and allows them to match the State bid. Ms. Swensen explained local bidders were not given the opportunity to bid for the ammunition as the Police Department purchased has previously purchased ammunition from Salt Lake Wholesale Sports and was very satisfied with it. She advised that bids will soon be advertised on the City’s web site. Mr. Esplin advised that vendors may also submit their name to be included on the bidder’s list. St. George City Council Minutes November 2, 2000 Page Three AWARD OF BID: Consider award of bid for the purchase of residential water meters for the Water Department. Purchasing Agent Sue Swensen advised this is a sole source purchase from Hydro Specialties, the representative for Badger water meters in Utah. City staff would like to be consistent in its use of the same brand of meters, and recommends award of a blanket purchase order to Hydro Specialties in an amount not to exceed $60,000 for the year. A motion was made by Councilmember Whatcott to award a blanket purchase order in an amount not to exceed $60,000 to the sole source vendor of Badger water meters, Hydro Specialties. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Gardner. Water and Power Director Wayne McArthur advised most of the meters are needed for new installations, and they are adaptable if the City adopts an automatic metering program. Mayor McArthur called for a vote, as follows: Councilmember Whatcott - aye Councimember Gardner - aye Councilmember Orton - aye Councilmember Allen - aye Councilmember Isom - aye The vote was unanimous and the motion carried. APPROVE CHANGE ORDER: Consider approval of a change order for construction of the Green Valley water tank. Purchasing Agent Sue Swensen advised the change order is for additional work to be performed to the Green Valley water tank by the contractor, Stout Construction, in the amount of $26,300. The additional work will consist of installation of elbows and piping, installing pea gravel, etc. The amount of the change order will bring the total cost of the project to $346,300. A motion was made by Councilmember Orton to approve the change order in the amount of $26,300. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Gardner. Mayor McArthur called for a vote, as follows: Councilmember Orton - aye Councilmember Gardner - aye Councilmember Isom - aye Councilmember Whatcott - aye Councilmember Allen - aye The vote was unanimous and the motion carried. AWARD OF BID: Consider award of bid for a vertical turbine pump for the Water Department. City Manager Gary Esplin advised that the bid sheet provided to the Mayor and Council in their agenda packet incorrectly identified Nickerson Co. as the low bidder. In fact, none of the three lowest bidders met the actual specifications for the project, and therefore staff recommends award to Cutler Pump in the amount of $50,095.66 as the lowest responsible bidder who met the specifications. The bids received are as follows: St. George City Council Minutes November 2, 2000 Page Four Anzalone $50,500 Cutler Pump $50,095.66 Cedar Valley $46,108 Rhodes $38,006.40 Nickerson $34,273 Purchasing Agent Sue Swensen advised City staff specified a Sinflow brand turbine pump, and the three lowest bidders bid a different brand. A motion was made by Councilmember Isom to award the bid to the lowest responsible bidder who met the City’s specifications, Cutler Pump, in the amount of $50,095.66. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Gardner. Mayor McArthur called for a vote, as follows: Councilmember Isom - aye Councilmember Gardner - aye Councilmember Whatcott - aye Councilmember Allen - aye Councilmember Orton - aye The vote was unanimous and the motion carried. Water and Power Director Wayne McArthur advised the pump will be placed in the pump house at Dixie High School, and it is important to get the right size pump and the same as located there now. RESOLUTION: Consider approval of a resolution authorizing an increased entitlement share in the Resource 2000 Project Power Sales Contract with Utah Associated Municipal Power Systems and related matters. City Manager Gary Esplin advised the City Council previously granted approval to become involved in the Resource 2000 Project and at that time the City’s allocated power limit was 60,000 kW. Additional power has become available due to some cities not needing their full share, which allows the City to increase its participation level to 82,500 kW. Staff believes this project is viable to provide long term fixed power. The City will know within the next month to six weeks if UAMPS has been successful in its bid to purchase the power plant. Councilmember Gardner commented if the City could purchase this power at a stabilized rate, it would not see as many high spikes in the summer time on power bills. Through the efforts of the City, rates were stable throughout the summer, but the City had to use $3,000,000 from its reserves to pay for increased power costs, which was not reflected in the power rates charged citizens. He made a motion to approve the resolution. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Isom. Mayor McArthur called for a roll call vote, as follows: Councilmember Gardner - aye Councilmember Isom - aye Councilmember Allen - aye Councilmember Orton - aye Councilmember Whatcott - aye The vote was unanimous and the motion carried. Councilmember Isom was excused from the meeting. RECOGNIZE DONATION OF SCOREBOARD AT SAND HOLLOW AQUATIC CENTER: Recognize donation of the scoreboard at the Sand Hollow Aquatic Center. St. George City Council Minutes November 2, 2000 Page Five Tim Frei and Pam Fernley, representing the Dixie Aquatic Race Team (DART), thanked the Mayor and City Councilmembers for providing the Sand Hollow Aquatic Center, and advised all citizens benefit from its use by high school swimming programs and the World Senior Games. Mr. Frei informed the Mayor ...


City Council Minutes 04/20/2000:
...as no experience on which to base a guess. Councilman Whatcott asked if a swimming pool or other attraction could be included to attract families. Mr. Ence indicated that club houses and swimming pools are headaches for an association, but he could put in playgr...


City Council Minutes 05/20/2010:
... The vote was unanimous and the motion carried. LAB TESTING OF SWIMMING POOLS: Consider approval of a proposal to provide water quality laboratory testing of non-residential swimming pools in the Southern Utah area.n ete Scott Taylor, Water Mana...


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American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor (WSI) Course:
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City Council Minutes 06/05/2014:
...proposing to revert those lots back to common area for tennis courts and a swimming pool. Mayor Pike opened the public hearing. There being n...


City Council Minutes 05/07/2015:
...s asking them do. They want to do a site visit to check that there are no swimming signs at the lakes and flotation devises. A new cable was install...


Planning Commission Minutes 09/27/2005:
...n plans for this project. The project involves the removal of an existing swimming pool and an existing building currently occupied by an auto dealer...


Planning Commission Agenda 00/00/0000:
...s the “North Building” and “South Building”. For recreation there is a swimming pool and Jacuzzi on site. The applicant proposes to remodel the ex...


City Council Minutes 07/18/2013:
... been received. The applicant would like to expand his yard and install a swimming pool. There are details to be worked out with the other adjacent o...


Planning Commission Minutes 04/14/2009:
...s the “North Building” and “South Building”. For recreation there is a swimming pool and Jacuzzi on site. The applicant proposes to remodel the ex...


City Council Minutes 05/22/2012:
...ion center. Mayor McArthur stated that building another skate park or swimming pool may be an option. City Manager Gary Esplin asked the Counc...


City Council Minutes 07/21/2011:
...ined that two neighbors’ concerns were based on the belief that she had a swimming pool with the accompanying noise. She does not have a pool; it bel...


City Council Minutes 01/03/2013:
...om noon to 2:00 p.m. at the Social Hall, and with free SunTran rides, free swimming at the Sand Hollow Aquatic Center, and free attendance to the Art ...


City Council Minutes 01/20/2011:
...Phase 6 for a private garden, extension of the residential backyard with a swimming pool and golf chipping green. The applicant is Jeff Johansen. ...


City Council Minutes 12/20/2012:
...Hall for free root beer floats. Sun Tran is free that day, as well as free swimming at Sand Hollow Aquatic Center. ART TOUR: Consider approval of...


City Council Minutes 04/18/2013:
...rent owner has encroached onto a parcel of City-owned property and built a swimming pool. Staff feels the City would never build on this particular pi...


Planning Commission Minutes 07/28/2009:
...y Zone, i.e, (1) a golf course or access to an adjacent golf course, (2) a swimming pool and at least 6 tennis courts, (3) an on-site manager, (4) sub...


City Council Minutes 09/23/2010:
...xplained the applicants would like to do a lot merger in order to put in a swimming pool. In order to do so an easement has to be abandoned between th...


Planning Commission Minutes 05/14/2013:
...nt is located at the rear of the parcel. When the house was built and the swimming pool installed the pool encroached into the easement and onto City...


City Council Meeting Minutes Minutes 10/17/2019:
...tinuous design to limit leakage, 3) a liner shall be installed beneath the swimming pool, and 4) utility lines (sewer and water) shall also be designe...


City Council Meeting Agenda Agenda 10/03/2019:
...d Inn on the Cliff that Cliffside has been using for their parking lot and swimming pool through a lease with the City and now wishes to purchase from...


City Council Minutes 05/19/2016:
...ate.  He mentioned a lot in the area who has a faux rock slide into a swimming pool that is above the block wall because of being on a smaller lo...


Planning Commission Minutes 07/12/2011:
...g. In addition certain recreational activities will be provided such as a swimming pool and court sports like tennis, hand ball, or pickle ball. The...


Planning Commission Agenda 01/11/2011:
...ivision for a private garden, extension of the residential backyard with a swimming pool, and a golf chipping green. The applicant is Jeff Johansen. C...


Planning Commission Agenda 07/28/2009:
...y Zone, i.e, (1) a golf course or access to an adjacent golf course, (2) a swimming pool and at least 6 tennis courts, (3) an on-site manager, (4) sub...


City Council Minutes 08/11/2016:
...p; Councilmember Baca asked about an ordinance that applies to homes with swimming pools.  The City has an ordinance that keeps with the nationa...


Planning Commission Minutes 10/13/2009:
... this plat is to eliminate three lots (100, 101, and 102) to accommodate a swimming pool for the residents.All aspects of this Final Plat were careful...


Planning Commission Minutes 09/14/2010:
... Lot 56 and 57. The purpose of this request is the owner wants to build a swimming pool and a pool house on the adjacent vacant lot 56. The easement...


Planning Commission Minutes 07/14/2009:
...imum requirements, which are a golf course or adjacent to a golf course, a swimming pool and at least six tennis court, an onsite rental manager and s...


City Council Minutes 10/07/2004:
...fences. Council Member Whatcott inquired about enclosures required for swimming pools. Council Member Orton commented that it would not be fai...


City Council Minutes 11/18/1999:
...ing and piano lessons. Mr. Wright responded that dance, music, tennis, swimming lessons, etc. are allowed under the ordinance. However, the numbe...


City Council Minutes 10/02/2003:
...City does not adhere to its general plan and ordinances, it is going to be swimming in them. She read from the Utah Code, Section 10-9-605, which giv...


City Council Minutes 05/02/2002:
...commented that by declaring Stage One, the City is then saying not to fill swimming pools. There should not be paranoia if someone wants to do some l...


City Council Minutes 06/17/2010:
...TION: Consider approval of a resolution adopting testing fees for public swimming pool facilities. City Manager Gary Esplin explained the City i...


City Council Minutes 03/15/2001:
...s of any code. Marie Anderson advised many neighbors in the area have swimming pools which create a safety hazard for children. She expressed co...


City Council Minutes 08/10/2000:
...reation facilities as possible should be self-sustaining. He advised that swimming pools are black holes, but the recreation program takes a differen...


City Council Minutes 02/21/2002:
... the Southgate Homeowners Association would like to donate to the City the swimming pool and bathroom owned by them. The City's intent is to fill...


City Council Minutes 01/09/2003:
...roblem for the entire area with a large detention pond located next to the swimming pool. A gate is an important part of the development concept. He...


City Council Minutes 03/02/2000:
...l which will be located in the parking lot between the school and the City swimming pool. Washington County School District, applicant. Associate...


City Council Minutes 10/21/2004:
... being used for family reunions and receptions since 1976. The home has a swimming pool, tennis court, and sleeps 28 people. There is no plan to cha...


City Council Minutes 07/01/2004:
...ment. The multiple family units are designed to be like large homes. Two swimming pools and a recreation area is proposed. The project will contain...


City Council Minutes 11/18/2004:
...ase 3 is not interested in developing within the erosion boundary area. A swimming pool and other amenities can be built within this area, but not th...


City Council Minutes 07/15/2010:
...ting. City Manager Gary Esplin advised the plant also does testing for swimming pools. MOTION: A motion was made by Councilmember Bunker to ap...


City Council Minutes 01/07/2010:
...ree rides on SunTran, the Sand Hollow Aquatic Center will be open for free swimming and from noon until about 2:00 pm the City Council will provide ro...


City Council Minutes 01/28/2010:
...0. Ed Baca inquired if there was anything on the drawing board for new swimming pools, etc. He was advised there was nothing on the drawing bo...


City Council Minutes 03/06/2008:
... for Bloomington Knolls Townhomes Phase 2 is so new residential lots and a swimming pool can be located on former tennis court sites. Some limited com...


City Council Minutes 10/15/2009:
...had to be installed to treat it to the same standard as that of water in a swimming pool. City Manager Gary Esplin explained the City?s water trea...


City Council Minutes 05/21/2007:
...He said that proposed fee increases in the Recreation Division and for the Swimming Pool were not included in the revenue figures in the 2007-2008 bud...


City Council Minutes 07/20/2006:
...th the group stated that medals were won in the game of Boccie Ball and in swimming. Mayor McArthur presented each of the individuals with a key to t...


City Council Minutes 04/06/2006:
...n asset to the City. Mr. Lewis, applicant, clarified that landscaping, swimming pools, and hot tubs will be allowed within the ?no build? area. ...


City Council Minutes 04/19/2007:
...ncil Member Bunker expressed concern that if there was an emergency at the swimming pool, a 15' wide driveway could become a disaster. Counci...


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 Will be opening May 4th 2020 for Lap Swim only. Please see details in blue below. :
... pool for ages 3 and under.  The St. George Municipal Pool offers lap swimming, water aerobics, and facility reservations. Come and swim with us this Summer Season!!!    The following updated hours/operations will begin May 22nd. These precautions/operational changes will be put into place until further notice.   Pool will be open for Lap Swim 7am-10:00am Mon-Fri. (No Lap Swim On Saturdays) Lap Swimming resumes normal capacity. Pool will also be open for Open Swim 1p...


Flying Fish :
...o become physically active, build self-confidence, self-esteem and develop swimming skills.  Classes are held on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each ...


Sand Hollow Aquatic Center (SHAC):
... Pool will be open for Lap Swim 7am-12pm Mon-Fri, 8am-6pm Saturdays. Lap Swimming resumes to normal capacity. Pool will be open for Open Swim 12pm...