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...me technical information requests.  The customer or a third party may complete this document.   Net Metering Agreement – this document is an agreement with the customer and the city regarding the responsibilities of each party with regard to the solar PV system operation.  This document requires a customer’s notarized signature.   Net Metering Appendix – this document details the fees related to the program and the calculation of the monthly solar reliability charge and the annual buy back of any excess energy the customer generated.  This is an informational document.      Common questions related to the Net Metering Program   If you are considering installing solar PV on your home or business, there are several questions to ask in order to make an informed decision.    What is roof top solar?   Roof top solar typically refers to solar Photovoltaic (PV) system installed on a roof which generates energy from the sun to power a person’s home or business.   What terms do I need to understand about solar PV systems?   Behind the customer meter: The system is located so that any generated electricity flows first the customer, if the customer needs more energy than the solar PV is generating, St. George delivers the energy to you from the electrical grid.  For example, if your home uses 100 kWh a day and your system produces 80 kWh per day, you will receive 20 kWh a day from the electrical grid.   kW: Kilowatt – is equal to 1,000 watts.  A solar PV system capacity is measured in kW.  For example a 3 kW system would have the ability to produce 3 kW of demand (which is the maximum of energy output at a moment in time).    kWh – kilowatt hour – is a measurement of energy, it is a kW multiplied by the time in hours.  For instance 2 kW for 1 hour is 2 kWh. Customers are billed based on how many kWh consumed in a billing cycle.   For example if you have a 3 kW system (shown above) and it generated 3 kW for 1 hour, it would produce 3 kWh of energy. It is estimated that a 3 kW system in St. George has the potential of generating 5,193 kWh in a 12 month period. The energy produced would go first to your home and then if any more energy is needed, St. George would deliver energy to you from the electrical grid.   How much will a solar PV system cost?  Solar PV system costs can vary depending on many factors such as the size or capacity of the system.  Some questions to ask may be:   How large of a system do I need?   This question addresses what is termed “name plate capacity” of a solar PV system and is expressed in kilowatts (kW).  The capacity of the system will tell you how much energy the system will generate.  For example a 3 kW system is expected to generate 5,193 kWh in a year.   PV Watts Calculator is a website that can provide an estimate of how many kWh’s you will save based on the system size.  The website is http://pvwatts.nrel.gov/    How can I find my utility information?   Contact the St. George City at 435-627-4095 to request a copy of your energy use history.   Will the system be installed on the roof of my home, roof of an unattached garage or on the ground?   That is a question for your installer to answer.  You should check with the City Building Department to determine the requirements.  435-627-4000   Will the system include a battery bank to provide back-up power in the event of a utility power disruption?   That is a question for your installer to answer.      What are the fees and when do I have to pay them?   The fees and how they are calculated are listed in the Net Metering Appendix which found in the Resources section of the Net Metering page on the City’s website.  www.sgcity.org   Can I install a solar PV system on my house?   Yes a homeowner or business owner can install their own solar PV system.  However, a licensed electrician will be required to handle the interconnection with the utility.  An individual installing their own system will need to follow the net metering program requirements.   How do I find a solar contractor?   St. George requires all solar contractors to have a City business license and to have completed the pre-qualified solar contractor class.  For a list of contractors that have met this requirement please contact 435-627-4095   It is recommended that you obtain more than one bid as part of the decision making process.   Once I’ve decided on a contractor or am ready to install the system myself, what is the next step?   Complete the Net Metering Application which can be downloaded from the city website.  https://www.sgcity.org/utilities/energydepartment/netmeteringinformation   P...
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...lebration of everything afterschool programs do for students, families and communities across the country. It is an event not only for recognizing the extraordinary value of these programs, but also for putting a spotlight on the need for more funding—for every child who gets to participate in an afterschool program, there are two waiting to get in. St George City's Leisure Services Department runs afterschool programs for the students at Sunrise Ridge Intermediate and Coral Cliffs Elementary.    This year the Lights On Afterschool event will be held on Monday, October 28 at the Tonaquint Nature Center from 5:30-7:30 pm. We will be combining this event with our annual Fall Festival and co-hosting the event...
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..., December 1st & Saturday, December 2nd (Register online at Utahtennis.com) Session Tournament / Saturday, December 16th / 10am to 1230pm (includ...
...sonable pace while maintaining a high standard of instruction. It is not uncommon for a child to repeat a particular level. The Learn to Swim Program ...
...dult Skill Level: Singles 3.0, 3.5 & 4.0  Doubles 7.5 & below combined skill level / Youth 14+ /  J.V. High School            - Medals for 1st, 2nd & 3rd            - Singles / $100 1st place, $50 2nd place - Tennis Warehouse $30 Liveball punch pass 3rd place            - Doubles / $100 1st place team, $50 2nd place team - Tennis Warehouse  $30 Liveball punch pass 3rd place team            - All players who medal will also receive a giftcard for a FREE Zeppe's Pro Division / Adult Skill Level:  Singles 4.5 & 5.0  Doubles 8.0 and above/ High School Varsity / *High ranking USTA players not in High School.  *Youth players will be checked for varsity and USTA rating.  The tournament directors will determine if USTA rating is high enough for Pro Division.             - Medals for 1st, 2nd & 3rd    - Singles / $100 1st place, $50 2nd place - Tennis Warehouse $30 Liveball punch pass 3rd place            - Doubles / $100 1st place team, $50 2nd place team - Tennis Warehouse  $30 Liveball punch pass 3rd place team            - All players who medal will also receive a giftcard for a FREE Zeppe's   Divisions may be combined if not enough players Prize Breakdown is for each tournament (not total combined points)   Playing Format: Group play + Single Elimination All divisions will be placed into groups within there division and play a round robin to determine seeding, then players or teams will be placed into a single elimination bracket within their division.  Group Play will be timed matches.  When time is called who ever is in the lead wins, set score will be used first, in case of a tie then game score will be used, in case of games being tied then next point wins Singles Elimination will be determined at the beginning of the event. Tournament Director reserves the right to change playing format and to combine divisions.  
...dult Skill Level: Singles 3.0, 3.5 & 4.0  Doubles 7.5 & below combined skill level / Youth 14+ /  J.V. High School            - Medals for 1st, 2nd & 3rd            - Singles / $100 1st place, $50 2nd place - Tennis Warehouse $30 Liveball punch pass 3rd place            - Doubles / $100 1st place team, $50 2nd place team - Tennis Warehouse  $30 Liveball punch pass 3rd place team            - All players who medal will also receive a giftcard for a FREE Zeppe's Pro Division / Adult Skill Level:  Singles 4.5 & 5.0  Doubles 8.0 and above/ High School Varsity / *High ranking USTA players not in High School.  *Youth players will be checked for varsity and USTA rating.  The tournament directors will determine if USTA rating is high enough for Pro Division.             - Medals for 1st, 2nd & 3rd    - Singles / $100 1st place, $50 2nd place - Tennis Warehouse $30 Liveball punch pass 3rd place            - Doubles / $100 1st place team, $50 2nd place team - Tennis Warehouse  $30 Liveball punch pass 3rd place team            - All players who medal will also receive a giftcard for a FREE Zeppe's   Divisions may be combined if not enough players Prize Breakdown is for each tournament (not total combined points)   Playing Format: Group play + Single Elimination All divisions will be placed into groups within there division and play a round robin to determine seeding, then players or teams will be placed into a single elimination bracket within their division.  Group Play will be timed matches.  When time is called who ever is in the lead wins, set score will be used first, in case of a tie then game score will be used, in case of games being tied then next point wins Singles Elimination will be determined at the beginning of the event. Tournament Director reserves the right to change playing format and to combine divisions.  
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...ame activities. Sessions 3 & 4 are the same activities. Session 5 is a combine of activities. 
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The new Arsenic Rule has affected many communities across the country including the City of St. George. Currently the City owns around 10 wells that have arsenic concentrations that exceed the new standard of 10 ppb. According to the State Division of Drinking Water, we can meet this rule by a variety of ways including; blending the higher arsenic sources with low arsenic sources; using higher arsenic sources during high demand times of the year and lower arsenic sources during off peak season to achieve a yearly average concentration. After testing all of our wells for the past few years on a biweekly basis we have developed a blending and averaging plan that will meet the new arsenic standard. This will involve installing a new pipeline to bring water from the Quail Creek Drinking Water Plant to the Gunlock and Snow Canyon Sources. We will also be operating our wells in such a mannor that the yearly average concentration will be under 10 ppb of arsenic. The City of St. George is committed to protecting the public 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 and keratoses on parts of the body not exposed to the sun is characteristic of arsenic exposure (Yeh, 1973, Tseng, 1977). The same alterations have been reported in patients treated with Fowler's solution (1% potassium arsenite; Cuzick et al., 1982), used for asthma, psoriasis, rheumatic fever, leukemia, fever, pain, and as a tonic (WHO 1981 and NRC 1999). Although peripheral neuropathy (numbness, muscle weakness, tremors, ATSDR 1998) may be present after exposure to short-term, high doses of inorganic arsenic (Buchanan, 1962; Tay and Seah, 1975), there are no studies that definitely document this effect after exposure to levels of less than levels (50 µg/L) of inorganic arsenic in drinking water. There have been a few, scattered reports in the literature that inorganic arsenic can affect reproduction and development in humans (Borzysonyi et al., 1992; Desi et al., 1992; Tabacova et al., 1994). After reviewing the available literature on arsenic and reproductive effects, the National Research Council panel (NRC 1999) wrote that ``nothing conclusive can be stated from these studies.'' Based on the studies mentioned in this section, it is evident that inorganic arsenic contamination of drinking water can cause dermal and internal cancers, affect the GI system, alter cardiovascular function, and increase risk of diabetes, based on studies of people exposed to drinking water well above the current arsenic MCL. EPA's MCL is chosen to be protective of the general population within an acceptable risk range, not at levels at which adverse health effects are routinely seen (see section III.F.7. on risk considerations). In terms of implications for the risk assessment, the panel noted that risk per unit dose estimates from human studies can be biased either way. For the Taiwanese study, the ``* * * biases associated with the use of average doses and with the attribution of all increased risk to arsenic would both lead to an overestimation of risk (US EPA, 1997d, page 31). May 1999 Utah Mortality Study EPA scientists conducted an epidemiological study of 4,058 Mormons exposed to arsenic in drinking water in seven communities in Millard County, Utah (Lewis et al., 1999). The 151 samples from their public and private drinking water sources had arsenic concentrations ranging from 4 to 620 µg/L with seven mean (arithmetic average) community exposure concentrations of 18 to 191 µg/L and all seven community exposure medians (mid-point of arsenic values) 200 µg/L. Observed causes of death in the study group (numbering 2,203) were compared to those expected from the same causes based upon death rates for the general white male and female population of Utah. Several factors suggest that the study population may not be representative of the rest of the United States. The Mormon church, the predominant religion in Utah, prohibits smoking and consumption of alcohol and caffeine. Utah had the lowest statewide smoking rates in the U.S. from 1984 to 1996, ranging from 13 to 17%. Mormon men had about half the cancers related to smoking (mouth, larynx, lung, esophagus, and bladder cancers) as the U.S. male population from 1971 to 1985 (Lyon et al., 1994). The Utah study population was relatively small (4,000 persons) and primarily English, Scottish, and Scandinavian in ethnic background. While the study population males had a significantly higher risk of prostate cancer mortality, females had no significant excess risk of cancer mortality at any site. Millard County subjects had higher mortality from kidney cancer, but this was not statistically significant. Both males and females in the study group had less risk of bladder, digestive system and lung cancer mortality than the general Utah population. The Mormon females had lower death rates from breast and female genital cancers than the State rate. These decreased death rates were not statistically significant. Although deaths due to hypertensive heart disease were roughly twice as high as expected in both sexes, increases in death did not relate to increases in dose, calculated as the years of exposure times the median arsenic concentration. The Utah data indicate that heart disease should be considered in the evaluation of potential benefits of U.S. regulation. Vascular effects have also been reported as an effect of arsenic exposure in studies in the U.S. (Engel et al. 1994), Taiwan (Wu et al., 1989) and Chile (Borgono et al., 1977). The overall evidence indicating an association of various vascular diseases with arsenic exposure supports consideration of this endpoint in evaluation of potential noncancer health benefits of arsenic exposure reduction. Study of Bladder and Kidney Cancer in Finland Kurttio et al. (1999) conducted a case-cohort design study of 61 bladder and 49 kidney cancer cases and 275 controls to evaluate the risk of these diseases with respect to arsenic drinking water concentrations. In this study the median exposure was 0.1 µg/L, the maximum reported was 64 µg/L, and 1% of the exposure was greater than 10 µg/L. The authors reported that very low concentrations of arsenic in drinking water were significantly associated with being a case of bladder cancer when exposure occurred 2-9 years prior to diagnosis. Arsenic exposure occurring greater than 10 years prior to diagnosis was not associated with bladder cancer risk. Arsenic was not associated with kidney cancer risk even after consideration of a latency period. The NRC report examined the question of essentiality of arsenic in the human diet. It found no information on essentiality in humans and only data in experimental animals suggesting growth promotion (arsenicals are fed to livestock for this reason). Inorganic arsenic has not been found to be essential for human well-being or involved in any required biochemical pathway. Given this and the fact that arsenic occurs naturally in food, consideration of essentiality is not necessary for public health decisions about water. The NRC report concluded: ``For arsenic carcinogenicity, the mode of action has not been established, but the several modes of action that are considered plausible (namely, indirect mechanisms of mutagenicity) would lead to a sublinear dose-response curve at some point below the point at which a significant increase in tumors is observed. * * * However, because a specific mode (or modes) of action has not yet been identified, it is prudent not to rule out the possibility of a linear response.'' Given the current outstanding questions about human risk at low levels of exposure, decisions about safe levels are public health policy judgments. Risk Characterization In 1983 the National Academy of Sciences (NAS, 1983) defined risk assessment as containing four steps: hazard identification, dose- response assessment, exposure assessment, and risk characterization. Risk characterization is the process of estimating the health effects based on evaluating the available research, extrapolating to estimate health effects at exposure levels, and characterizing uncertainties. In risk management, regulatory agencies such as EPA evaluate alternatives and select the regulatory action. Risk management considers ``political, social, economic, and engineering information'' using value judgments to consider ``the acceptability of risk and the reasonableness of the costs of control (NAS, 1983).'' Unlike most chemicals, there is a large data base on the effects of arsenic on humans. Inorganic arsenic is a human poison, and oral or inhalation exposure to the chemical can induce many adverse health conditions in humans. Specifically oral exposure to inorganic arsenic in drinking water has been reported to cause many different human illnesses, including cancer and noncancer effects, as described in Section III. The NRC panel (1999) reviewed the inorganic arsenic health effects data base. The panel members concluded that the studies from Taiwan provided the current best available data for the risk assessment of inorganic arsenic-induced cancer. (There are corroborating studies from Argentina and Chile.) They obtained more detailed Taiwanese internal cancer data and modeled the data using the multistage Weibull model and a Poisson regression model. Three Poisson data analyses showed a 1% response level of male bladder cancer at approximately 400 µg of inorganic arsenic/L. The 1% level was used as a Point of Departure (POD) for extrapolating to exposure levels outside the range of observed data. For an agent that is either acting by reacting directly with DNA or whose mode of action has not been sufficiently characterized, EPA's public health policy is to assume that dose and response will be proportionate as dose decreases (linearity of the extrapolated dose- response curve). This is a science policy approach to provide a public health conservative assessment of risk. The dose-response relationship is extrapolated by taking a straight line from the POD rather than by attempting to extend the model used for the observed range. This approach was adopted by the NRC report which additionally noted that using this approach for arsenic data provides results with alternative models that are consistent at doses below the observed range whereas extending the alternative models below the observed range gives inconsistent results. Drawing a straight line from the POD to zero gives a risk of 1 to 1.5 per 1,000 at the current MCL of 50 µg/ L. Since some studies show that lung cancer deaths may be 2- to 5-fold higher than bladder cancer deaths, the combined cancer risk could be even greater. The NRC panel also noted that the MCL of 50 µg/L is less than 10-fold lower than the 1% response level for male bladder cancer. Based on its review, the consensus opinion of the NRC panel was that the current MCL of 50 µg/L does not meet the EPA's goal of public-health protection. Their report recommended that EPA lower the MCL as soon as possible. A factor that could modify the degree of individual response to inorganic arsenic is its metabolism. There is ample evidence (NRC, 1999) that the quantitative patterns of inorganic arsenic methylation vary considerably and that the extent of this variation is unknown. It is certainly possible that the metabolic patterns of people affect their response to inorganic arsenic. There are studies underway in humans and experimental animals under the EPA research plan and other sponsorships. Over the next several years these will provide better understanding of the mode(s) of carcinogenic action of arsenic, metabolic processes that are important to its toxicity, human variability in metabolic processes, and the specific contributions of various food and other sources to arsenic exposure in the U.S. These are important issues in projecting risk from the observed data range in the epidemiologic studies to lower environmental exposures experienced from U.S. drinking water. Until further research is completed, questions will remain regarding the dose-response relationship at low environmental levels. The several Taiwan studies have strengths in their long-term observation of exposed persons and coverage of very large populations (>40,000 persons). Additionally, the collection of pathology data was unusually thorough. Moreover, the populations were quite homogeneous in terms of lifestyle. Limitations in exposure information exist that are not unusual in such studies. In ecological epidemiology studies of this kind, the exposure of individuals is difficult to measure because their exposure from water and food is not known. This results in uncertainties in defining a dose-response relationship. The studies in Chile and Argentina are more limited in extent, (e.g., years of coverage, number of persons, or number of arsenic exposure categories analyzed), but provide important findings which corroborate one another and those of the Taiwan studies. These epidemiological studies provide the basis for assessing potential risk from lower concentrations of inorganic arsenic in drinking water, without having to adjust for cross-species toxicity interpretation. Ordinarily, the characteristics of human carcinogens can be explored and experimentally defined in test animals. Dose-response can be measured, and animal studies may identify internal transport, metabolism, elimination, and subcellular events that explain the carcinogenic process. Arsenic presents unique problems for quantitative risk assessment because there is no test animal species in which to study its carcinogenicity. While such studies have been undertaken, it appears that test animals, unlike humans, do not respond to inorganic arsenic exposure by developing cancer. Their metabolism of inorganic arsenic is also quantitatively different than humans. Inorganic arsenic does not react directly with DNA. If it did, it would be expected to cause similar effects across species and to cause response in a proportionate relationship to dose. Moreover, its metabolism, internal disposition, and excretion are different and vary across animal and plant species and humans--in test studies and in nature. Until more is known, EPA will take a traditional, public health conservative approach to considering the potential risks of drinking water containing inorganic arsenic. EPA recognizes that the traditional approach may overestimate risk, as explained in the next section. Most of the 25-States data had reporting limits of less than 2 µg/L. In addition, the database includes multiple samples from the water systems over time and from multiple sources within the systems. The multiple samples provide for a more accurate estimate of the arsenic levels in the systems, than a survey with one sample per system. The arsenic compliance monitoring data provides point-of-entry or well data within syst...
...king, Kayaking, Paddle boarding and Hiking excursions for Youth ages 8-17. Come explore the beautiful natural playground that is Southern Utah!  ...
...re inspector, and an administrative assistant. If you are interested in becoming a full-time firefighter, you will need to possess a current Utah or National Registry EMT, AEMT, or Paramedic certification.  Reserve firefighters and part-time firefighters are not required to be EMTs.   RESERVE FIREFIGHTERS Reserve firefighters do not receive a wage, but do receive benefits through the City of St. George.  The requirements of a reserve firefighter include, but are not limited to: Residing in the fire district they are assigned to. Attending weekly evening training sessions.  Sleeping at a station on a rotating schedule. To be eligible for the position of reserve firefighter, you: Must be 18 years of age Must possess a valid Utah driver's license Must live within the St. George city limits Reserve firefighters will be required to successfully complete the St. George Firefighter Recruit Academy. The recruit academy is necessary to obtain the required certifications, which include Firefighter Level I and Level II, Hazardous Materials Awareness, Hazardous Materials Operations, and CPR/AED certifications.  Even if you already possess these certifications, you must still complete the academy.  The Firefighter Recruit Academy teaches firefighting techniques that are specific to this geographical area and ensures all firefighters are at the same level of expertise when starting at the department. The Firefighter Recruit Academy takes about three months to complete. Typically, recruits will meet twice weekly in the evening and all day on Saturday. The Firefighter Recruit Academy is held once a year.  Please be advised that you may not hear from the department immediately after you submit an application, but all applications are held until the next academy.  At that time, anyone still interested and eligible will be given an opportunity to test for entrance into the academy.  Please do not reapply if you have not been contacted.  You are welcome to contact Human Resources at 435-627-4670 to check the status of your...
...ced in the child care during aerobics classes. (Children under 8 must be accompanied by an adult at all times when outside of the child care.)    Recreation Center Fitness Facility Policies    1. You must 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 use 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 belongings 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 serve 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.   b. Expert to open level players on the top pyramid.   c. Mid-level players on the middle pyramid.   d. Beginners on the bottom pyramid.   3. Challenge players ahead of you, in your respective pyramid. If you win, switch places. If you lose stay at the same level. (To challenge a player use the contact information found on their tag).    a. If you feel you are ready to move up a pyramid then challenge someone in the next pyramid up.   4. All challenges are sets of two Home to 15 and if necessary a tiebreaker game played to 11.    5. Challenges do not have to be held on challenge court nights.    6. Tournaments will be held quarterly at the end of the month. (March 31, June 30th, September 29th, December 15th)   7. Players do not have to be on the challenge board to enter the tournament. (All players are welcome).   8. The top player on each pyramid, when tournament registration closes, will receive free entry into the tournament.    The goal is to create a great racquetball group and improve the overall level of play here in St. George. And most importantly to have fun! If you have suggestions, comments, etc. Please direct them to Emerson Watanabe, Rec Center Coordinat...
Question: Are there requirements for proper attire?
Answer: Non constrictive active wear/clothing is recommended. Climbing shoes will be provided if you cannot bring your own.
The City Power Company owns, operates and maintains several generation facilities.  They include:  • Red Rock Generation Facility • Bloomington Generation Facility • Pine Valley Hydro • Millcreek Generation Facility • Back-up generation at various city facilities   These facilities are maintained and operated by generation  staff which include: • Five Generation Maintenance Technicians • Generation Superintendent    The City Power Company also provides real time monitoring of the electric system and work ...
...hunder Junction All Abilities park features a dinosaur theme that includes complete wheelchair accessible playground equipment, climbing wall, an &ldq...
...dubon Society for multiple years to educated and encourage our surrounding community region on the amazing birding opportunities available for residen...
...ts that individual. Times and locations subject to Change. Checklist:Complete waiver before the start of the courseNon-restrictive clothing -&nb...
Question: How old do I have to be to use the Weight Room?
Answer: You must be at least 16 years old to use the Weight Room unaccompanied. Young adults ages 14-15 must be accompanied by an adult. Children under the age of 14 are not allowed in the Weight Room. 
Question: How old do children need to be to use the facility unattended?
Answer: At least 8 years old; although we recommend children have a parent or guardian in the facility with them until they are 15 years old. 
Question: Do I need to bring my own equipment?
Answer: No. We have equipment (i.e. Basketballs, Racquetball Rackets and balls, Billards, etc.) available at the front desk for your use at no extra cost. However, you are more than welcome to bring in your own equipment if you would like.
...lebration are the perfect way to gain exposure or create business for your company. With an expected 30,000+ individuals attending the Celebration, a Vendor Booth is a great investment.  There are two types of booths that can be rented- ones with power and ones without power. There are up to 61 booths with power, and 26 additional booths without power.  Further down this page, you will find the Vendor Packet that contains more information about the booths as well as a checklist of things that must be completed. Completed packets can be turned into the City Commons Building or the St. George Recreation Center (addresses listed belo...
...ate memories with your family, trying to shed a few pounds or make friends come and check out the St. George Recreation Center! 
...submitted to the Sexton. In addition, remains from out-of-state shall be accompanied by a Transit Permit. Payment of City burial fees shall be made to the licensed mortuary submitting the required permits unless the burial charges have been paid in advance to the Cemetery Sexton.   Interment HoursNo interment or graveside service is allowed in the Cemeteries on Sunday or on any of the holidays officially observed by the City of St. George. On all other days, interments or graveside services will be allowed between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. All graveside services and interments must be arranged through the Sexton forty-eight (48) hours in advance of the time set, and, if there is an intervening holiday or Sunday, arrangements must be made seventy-two (72) hours in advance. Any exception shall be by the approval of City Council only and will result in the payment of additional fees.   Plot AbandonmentA burial plot that has remained empty without burial use for a period of 60 years or more will be presumed abandoned by the lot purchaser. The abandonment will be advertised in the newspaper for 3 weeks. Unless an owner comes forward, the rights in the plot shall be terminated and thereafter be vested in the City.   Indigent BurialsThe City will perform two indigent burials per year. These burials will be performed free of charge. Indigent burials will be performed at the convenience of the Cemetery staff, in a plot designated at the discretion of the Cemetery Sexton.   Memorial PlacementSemi-permanent memorials (trees, shrubs, etc.) shall be approved and located at the discretion of the Sexton. Tonaquint Cemetery: All temporary memorials (potted plants, flags, wreaths, etc.) must be placed in a raised adjustable receptacle in the monument or in the concrete border of the monument, a single shepherd hook may be placed adjacent to the concrete border. One shepherd hook per grave permitted. Adjustable receptacles must be of a type approved by the Sexton.   Perpetual CareThis fee is collected and kept in a special account which may be used for the maintenance and improvement of the Cemetery.   MaintenanceThe Parks Division staff provides regular turf care, edging of the grass, and raising of collapsing monuments and markers as time and fiscal constraints allow; leveling collapsing gravesites as times and fiscal constraints allow (health and safety considerations will prevail in the determination of priorities); maintenance of trees and shrubs on a regular basis; and litter removal on a regular basis.A periodic clearing of temporary memorials occurs three times a year: the 2nd Monday in January, the 3rd Monday after Memorial Day, and the 1st Monday of October. 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 reinstallment 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 Cemetery: 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, baseball, and football. No animals are allowed on Cemetery property. No motor vehicle shall travel off clearly designated roadways in the Cemetery for any reason without the consent of the Sexton. The sod of a cemetery may not be disturbed without prior approval of the Sexton. Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by a parent or supervising adult. It is unlawful to be present in the Cemetery during nighttime hours. Temporary memorials will be removed without notice when they become unsightly or pose a safety hazard. No signs or advertisements. No so...
Traffic Unit The Traffic Unit is comprised of motorcycle officers and traffic cars. The cars are designated to handle the crashes and to focus on uninsured and stolen vehicles along with those that have revoked registrations or are associated with wanted persons. The motorcycles are designated to work traffic problems in the most congested areas of town, making it easier to get to the violators that are causing the crashes. Bicycle Patrol The bicycle patrol unit was formed in the summer of 1997 with the purpose in mind of addressing all "quality of life" issues throughout the City of St. George. The unit has become the spearhead of the department's COP efforts and works tirelessly to ...
... Senator Mike Lee. For ten years she was Vice President of Legislative and Community Relations for EnergySolutions, Southern Utah Field Director for the First Congressional District for five years, and Public Relations Specialist for the Bureau of Land Management, Arizona Strip for ten years. She concurrently taught Modern Dance at Dixie State University. Arial has served on, and presided over, numerous local and state boards and committees, including president of Celebrity Concert Series, elected to the Utah State Board of Education, appointed a member of the Utah Humanities Council, Trustee of Dixie State University, chairman of the Committee for Consumer Service under the Department of Public Utilities, a member of the Community Impact Board under the Department of Economic Development and co-...
...er at Vernon Worthen Park. Park seating is available. Families are welcome to bring blankets, lawn chairs, and food. The concert series is FREE t...
...opriate clothing for all weather conditions including a rain jacket_ Small comfortable backpack_ Water bottle or bladder (2L minimum)_ A healthy lunch...
...ecreation Center, Sand Hollow Aquatic Center and the St. George Chamber of Commerce Visitor’s Center. 
  The facility includes a 25m by 25 yd competition and diving pool and a 5,800 s.f. leisure pool. The leisure pool...
...merican history and culture. No experience is necessary and everyone is welcome.  Each student will have the opportunity to make and keep their v...
...igns. These will be able to go outside for the birds to enjoy for years to come. Projects will be glazed and ready to display at home. Materials are i...
The Code Enforcement Team, comprised of two officers, plays an important role in providing a safe and healthy environment for our community. The 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 Violat...
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 you...
Question: Does my reservation include use of the power/water?
Answer: Yes, there are outlets in the pavilion.  The outlets are good for warming food and the use of a stereo.  The outlets cannot accommodate the use of a bounce house.  A bounce house must have its own generator.  There are drinking fountains, but the use of hoses and water from a spigot are not available for the public to use.
Question: What does the City require for long term rentals?
Answer: You will need a business license if you are renting your home. If you live outside of Washington County you will also need a contact person. This contact person can be the renter or a friend or relative. You do not need to hire a property management company. An inspection of the property is required if you rent more than 2 dwellings. Contact the Business License department at 435-627-4740.
...ated in the southwest corner of Bloomington. It is a substation within the compound along with the 7 Caterpillar Diesel Engines. They produce 2300 HP,...
Question: How can I advertise my yard sale?
Answer: You may post a sign on your own property or with permission the property of a neighbor. You may place a sign on a box near the sidewalk but not obstructing the use of the sidewalk. These signs must be removed when your sale is over. It is against City ordinance to post signs on City property i.e. power poles, street signs, power boxes or in City streets. Not only does this damage the property it also becomes a safety issue. 
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 
There will be many fun games, contests, and activities for everyone to compete in. Here is a quick list of just some of our many events!  Games (Games will be located in the Games Area) Giant Chess Giant Janga Giant Connect 4 Corn Hole Bean Bag Toss Photo Booth Balloons Arcade Basketball Shuffleboard  Sponge Water Wars - Sponsored by Ace Hardware Jumbo Human Bubbles - Sponsored by Ace Hardware Bean Bag Throw Duck Pond Ring Toss Hit the Can Golf Put Tic Tac Toe Stand a Bottle Squirt the Ball Water Games (Water Area at Town Square) starting at 8:00 am -- sponsored by Hurst General Store / Ace Hardware on Bluff and The Desert Rat Games Sponge Toss Beach Ball Race Tennis Water Can Relay Contests (All Contest will take place at the Contest Stage unless otherwise stated. Sign-ups will take place before the events- spots cannot be reserved.)  9 am - Donut Eating Contest 10 am - Diaper Dash Baby Races, Gazebo 10 am - St. George's Finest Climber (Climbing Competition), Town Square Parking Lot 11 am- Giant Twister, Gazebo 12 pm-...
...serious tennis player or someone who is just starting.  Adults are welcome!    Days:  Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday  Monday & Wednesday - Instructional days, drills, technique, rallying etc.   Tuesday & Thursday - 30 minute cardio tennis + match play (singles or doubles), variation of match play, regular singles or doubles. Time: 5:30pm to 7:00pm Location:  Tonaquint Tennis Facility / 1851 South Dixie Drive            Packages and Sessions All packages are 6 week long sessions.  Your session begins on your first day of tennis.  Clinics and lessons will be tracked through the tennis attendants. All packages will have a two week variance to make-up clinics. After the two week variance the package has expired. Package expiration may be excused for illness, injury, or approved school functions. All requests to extend package dates need to be emailed to Wayne Bullock or Hilary Koch for approval. Level Descriptions Freshman (Beginner)  -  For beginner players with little or no tennis experience.  It is recommended that beginner players come on Monday and or Wednesday or take private lessons.  Tuesday & Thursday will be strictly match days! JV (Intermediate) -  Players with some tennis experience who can demonstrate some technique, but may not be able to handle the higher speed or consistency required for Varsity team.   Players will continue to development groundstrokes, serves, volleys and match play.  Players in JV are on course for Varsity team. Varsity (Advance)  -  Players who have achieved a level of ability to handle full speed and size of tennis.  Players will continue to improve strokes, court coverage and tennis strategy.  Varsity team is for players expecting to or playing High School tennis and USTA tournaments.    Upcoming Youth Session Tournaments   Saturday, February 2nd  &n...
Welcome to the St. George Police Department web site. St. George is located in...
...; ticket follow up, and clerical work. Non uniform volunteers will perform computer date entry, filing, and other such duties as assigned by the Supervisor. Patrol: Volunteers who function in the patrol division receive specialized training in civil enforcement such as Handicap Parking regulations, city parking ordinances, subpoena delivery, nuisance referrals to Code Enforcement, investigation of “non reportable “ accidents, school crossing guard substitution, traffic control, and other tasks as assigned. Animal Control: These volunteers work with Animal Control officers, performing office duties as assigned, meeting the public, communicating with officers in the field, and, to some extent work with animals. To begin your volunteer service, please fill in the attached application form. A background check will be performed, and, if satisfactory, you will be contacted for an oral interview. Submit the completed form to the front office personnel at the Police Station, 200 Eas...
Question: How do I hire SGPD Officers for security?
Answer: St George Police Security Policy    OUTSIDE SECURITY AND PEACE OFFICER EMPLOYMENT    Due to the potential conflict of interest no peace officer employed by this department may engage in any outside or secondary employment as a private security guard, traffic control officer, private investigator or other similar private security position ("Outside Security Services").    Any entity, private organization, or individual seeking Outside Security Services provided by peace officers employed by this department must submit a written request to the Chief of Police or his designee in advance of the desired service. Such outside employment, if approved, will be assigned, monitored and paid through the department under the following conditions:    Any entity, private organization, or individual seeking Outside Security Services will be required to enter into an indemnification agreement, including providing insurance naming the City of St. George as an insured party when deemed necessary, prior to approval.    Any entity, private organization, or individual seeking Outside Security Services will further be required to provide for the compensation, including wages, any overtime, and full benefits of all peace officers requested for such services.    Should such a request be approved, any peace officer performing any Outside Security Services shall be subject to the following conditions:    The peace officer(s) shall wear the Department uniform/identification.    The peace officer(s) shall be subject to the rules and regulations of the department.    No peace officer may engage in such Outside Security Services during or at the site of a strike, lockout, picket or other physical demonstration of a labor dispute.    Compensation for such approved Outside Security Services shall be pursuant to standard department compensation and overtime procedures.    No peace officer may engage in outside employment as a peace officer for another law enforcement agency without prior written authorization of the Chief of Police, which authorization the Chief may deny if it is determined that such employment would interfere with or otherwise hinder the operation of the department.  
...usic by Southern Utah Rebel Jazz Band, is presented by the St. George Arts Commission. Red Rock Swing Dance will present a floor show.Tickets are avai...
Question: When do I need an alarm permit?
Answer: As soon as you contract with an alarm company to monitor, operate or maintain a security system for your home, business or any application where a monitored alarm system would alert the St George Police Department. For further information, see St George City code 3-5-2 Permit Requirements Fee at www.sgcity.org
...oyees and serves approximately 28,000 customers, including residential and commercial, with a current annual peak of 188 MW. SGESD offers twenty-four hour dispatch service for maintenance and repairs for existing customers (435-627-4876), and also coordinates with the building department to hook up new customers in a timely manner. The employees are divided among the Administration, Engineering, Distribution/Transmission/Generation, Operations and customer service.  SGESD has a diverse wholesale energy portfolio, including coal, hydro, natural gas, diesel, and solar. The solar comes from the City's own solar farm "SunSmart", which has a nameplate capa...
...ps Undeveloped open space or natural terrain  Use of fireworks is completely prohibited in the development north of Snow Canyon Parkway on State Road 18, including The Ledges development. Prohibited activities include: No discharge of fireworks within the areas listed No firecrackers, cherry bombs, roman candles, bottle rockets, single or reloadable mortars, or other Class "C" fireworks not State of Utah approved. Recreational fires, unless the location is approved by the fire department (click here for recreational burning regulations) Welding, cutting, or grinding within the areas listed, unless approved by the fire department. No sky lanterns.   Fireworks restrictions are in effect, and it is important that you understand which locations throughout the city are restricted and considered dangerous for personal fireworks use.  We hope that you find this webpage useful in identifying these areas.  Local fireworks retailers will also have maps available for you to view.  Your help in keeping our community safe this holiday season is very much appreciated.    Safety TipsThe lighting of fireworks on holidays have become a tradition with many families.  If families act responsibly with legal fireworks activities, they should have an enjoyable holiday.  The vast majority of legal displays occur without incident.  The majority of fire incidents that occur are a result of illegal or improper fireworks discharges.  Be smart, safe, and responsible.  Use only fireworks purchased in the State of Utah from licensed dealers or retailers. If you purchased the fireworks out of state, they may not be legal in this state.  You will be cited if found to be in possession of illegal fireworks, and will be responsible to pay for damages and extinguishing costs as a result of any fires that you cause. Use fireworks only with responsible adult supervision at all times. Never allow young children to handle fireworks. Light the fireworks in an open area and on a non-combustible surface, such as a driveway or paved area.  If windy conditions exist, do not light fireworks. Keep a bucket of water available. Handle used and "dud" fireworks with a shovel. Soak fireworks thoroughly in a bucket of water, or douse them with a hose prior to disposal. Keep clear while lighting fireworks, and do not lean over them at any time. Do not relight “dud” fireworks. Watch out for your pets and animals.  It is preferable to keep them indoors and away from the displays. Check for any restrictions that may apply to your area. Fireworks are an American tradition.  Safety and common sense are important as we celebrate the holidays with fireworks. &nb...
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)
...me at all levels and will help players improve their core techniques and become more confident on the ball. Each session is designed around different ages with includes curriculums with a variety of foot skills, technical drills, tactical practices, freestyle soccer, small-sided games and coached scrimmages. World Cup style games are held each day where campers compete for their adopted country and are encouraged to learn about differe...
... Facility (MGF) is a natural gas fired generation facility.  It began commercial generation in May of 2006. The first phase had a capacity of 40 megawatts (MW). The second phase was completed in June of 2010 and increased the capacity of the facility to 80 ...
Question: Does my reservation include use of the power/water?
Answer: Yes, there are outlets in the pavilion.  The outlets are good for warming food and the use of a stereo. The outlets cannot accommodate the use of a bounce house.  A bounce house must have its own generator. There are drinking fountains, but the use of hoses and water from a spigot are not available for the public to use.
Vernon Worthen Park is a community park located in the heart of St. George adjacent to the St. Georg...
...nd the City organization. VisionThe Public Works Department will meet community needs by being helpful, competent and worthy of trust. We will foster cooperation and team work wit...
...s.    2)  All matches will be played at Tonaquint Tennis Complex / 1851 S. Dixie Drive   3) Bracket Info and Scoring Format (Very Important)            First off we will be playing a lot of tennis the next two days, so come prepared.  We will have water and light refreshments for players....
Question: Does my reservation include use of the power/water?
Answer: Yes, there are outlets in the pavilion.  The outlets are good for warming food and the use of a stereo. The outlets cannot accommodate the use of a bounce house.  A bounce house must have its own generator. There are drinking fountains, but the use of hoses and water from a spigot are not available for the public to use.
...n 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 Legislat...
...Utah Chapter of the American Public Works Association (APWA) Specification Committee. The contents of the APWA document have been modified by the St. ...
...e™ labeled Maximum of two toilets per single family home Provide a completed applications with supporting documentation   Rebates will be given as a credit on the customer’s utility account. The application can be downloaded from the form listed under the “Resource” section below.   The WaterSense™ program will run from July 1, 2018 – June 30, 2019 or funds are depleted, whichever occurs first.       The State of Utah and Washington County Water Conservancy District offer rebates for various water efficiency upgrades.  More information can be found at the following links:   http://www.wcwcd.org/conservation/programs/   https://utahwatersavers.com/  
Question: Do you have to show up at 5:30?
Answer: No. This event is set up in an open house style. Come and go when is best for you and your family.
...nstitute training center.  These classes include instruction on chest compressions, rescue breathing with a barrier device, airway obstruction, a...
Question: What are the ages for the Jr Ranger Family Night?
Answer: The program is geared toward youth 12 & under; however make this FREE community event open for everyone of all ages. Come out and explore what outdoor activities and places there are in Southern Utah.
...ems in food trucks.  A type I hood shall be installed at or above all commercial cooking appliances and domestic cooking appliances used for commercial purposes that produce grease vapors.  Each required type I ...
...il Operations Director Oversees and appoints project managers Staff committees Facilitate and evaluate progress on projects Hold project managers and committees accountable Recreation and Service Director Determine and plan service  goals and objectives Plan recreation activiites Collaborate with the Operations Director to oversee recreation and service projects Reoprt, in conjugation with the relevant project manager, or the success of each project Communications Director Notify members of any pertinent information ...
...me at all levels and will help players improve their core techniques and become more confident on the ball. With programs for each age, the curriculums include a variety of foot skills, technical drills, tactical practices, freestyle soccer, small-sided games and coached scrimmages. World Cup style games are held each day where campers compete for their adopted country and are encouraged to learn about differe...
Question: How do I request a copy of a fire report?
Answer: Fire reports are requested by clicking here and completing the online form.  Please be as detailed as possible when submitting your request.
...an be avoided by traveling on the right side of trails. This will allow on-coming and over-taking trail users to pass conveniently and safely. Pets are allowed on the trail, but they must be leashed at all times and their waste removed. Following these general guidelines will ensure that you and other trail users will have an enjoyable experience. Trail Rules No motorized traffic. No fires, or firearms. No alcoholic beverages. Stay on trails; do not take short-cuts. Littering is prohibited. Pets must be leashed and their waste removed. No soliciting or sales. Speed limit is 20 m.p.h. Obey all posted signs. Pedestrian Guide As a pedestrian, you have the right of way over bicycles, but you also have the responsibility to allow a bicyclist to pass safely. To avoid conflicts with other trail users, pedestrians should keep to the right. When you see or hear a bicyclist approaching from the front or rear, pass the word to everyone in the group so no one accidentally steps in front of a moving bicycle. Bicyclist Guide Bicyclists must yield to all other trail users. The speed limit is 20 m.p.h. on all trails unless otherwise posted. On paved multiple use trails, bicyclists must keep to the right unless passing. Caution is required whenever passing. Slow your speed to pass safely and dismount and walk your bike when necessary. The terrain, surfacing, and width of the trail will dictate your behavior. Additionally, do not ride past pedestrians unless they are aware of your presence. Let pedestrians know you are ready to pass by giving an audible warning.   The International Mountain Bicycling Association's Rules of the trail are universally accepted guidelines for bicycle etiquette. These trail rules guide cyclists in riding both safely and considerately: Ride on open trails only. Leave no trace. Control your bicycle. Always yield. Never spook animals. Plan ahead.   Helmets are recommended whenever riding a bicycle. Additional information on cycling can be obtained from the IMBA and the League of American Bicyclists. Skater's Guide Skaters (including but not limited to skateboarders, inline skaters, and roller skaters) must yield to pedestrians and adhere to the 20 m.p.h. speed limit unless otherwise posted. Like other trail users, skaters must keep to the right unless passing. Caution is required whenever passing. Slow your speed to pass safely. The terrain, surfacing, and width of the trail will dictate your behavior. Additionally, do not ride past pedestrians unless they are aware of your presence. Let pedestrians know you are ready to pass by giving an audible warning.   The International Inline Skating Association's (IISA) Rules of the Road are universally accepted guidelines for skating etiquette. These road rules help skaters to be safe and courteous:   Skate smart: always wear protective gear; master the basics; maintain 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). ...
...es. Publicly Owned Treatment Works, (POTW) collect 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 collection 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...
...sp;If the clearing index is not high enough, smoke does not disperse and becomes a health hazard. Burn season may also be suspended or closed due to v...
Question: Does my reservation include use of the power/water?
Answer: Yes, there are outlets in the pavilion.  The outlets are good for warming food and the use of a stereo. The outlets cannot accommodate the use of a bounce house.  A bounce house must have its own generator. There are drinking fountains, but the use of hoses and water from a spigot are not available for the public to use.
Question: What is Source Control?
Answer: The U.S. EPA requires SGRWRF to control discharges to the sanitary sewer. This control is necessary to protect personnel working in the collection and treatment system, to protect the collection system and treatment plant itself from discharges that can interfere with its normal operations, and to prevent pollutants from passing through the treatment plant into the Virgin River. SGRWRF began a Pretreatment Program to meet these requirements in 1991. A Pretreatment Program was developed including issuance of industrial permits to help businesses meet regulations for discharges to the sanitary sewer. The Pollution Prevention Program focuses on waste reduction, control and elimination through permits to selected commercial businesses, and education and public outreach to all customers.
...ers can enjoy rock n roll music, rock n roll themed medals and award area. Come out and get your rock on! Teams are guaranteed at least 3 matches.    Triple Elimination Playing Format:         4 to 5 teams Round Robin - 2 out of 3 (win by two)         6 to 8 teams            Winner Bracket:  1 to 21            Loser Bracket I: 1 to 15            Loser Bracket II: 1 to 11         9 to 19 teams            Winner Bracket: 1 to 15            Loser Bracket: 1 to 15            Loser Bracket: 1 to 15        20+ teams            Teams will be split into 2 triple elimination brackets playing until two teams are left in each bracket.  The remaining two teams from each bracket will be placed into another bracket playing for 1st, 2nd & 3rd.  Teams will carry over their losses from the previous bracket.  All matches will be one game to 15.  Come dressed up as your favorite rock star! Rock music will be playing du...
...nd cannot give you legal advice of any kind. The legal process can be complex, so you are encouraged to hire private legal counsel to represent y...
Question: How do I express my concern for an item not on an agenda? 
Answer: The agenda for the first regular meeting of each month includes a “Comments From the Public” item. Simply complete a form and submit it to the City Recorder (forms are provided prior to the meeting). 
...layers with little or no tennis experience.      It is recommended that beginner players come on Monday and or Wednesday or take private lessons.  Tuesday...
...r / 1851 Dixie Drive Description:  Great way to kick off the summer! Come out and join us for this 3 day tennis camp.  Tennis camp will be split into skill levels of beginner, intermediate and advance.  Camp will be played on 60' courts using orange low compressed balls and junior size rackets.  Camp will focus on strokes,...
Question: What are the rules for speaking during this item?
Answer: 1.You must be a resident of the City of St. George.2.Each speaker will be given approximately 3 minutes.3.Be courteous and show respect.4.Comments cannot be related to pending issues on the agenda or likely to be on a future agenda.
...scription: Orange ball clinic will be played on a 60’ court and 50% compression orange balls to help players improve their tennis game.  T...
Question: Does my food truck need a fire suppression system?
Answer: Yes, if the cooking you are doing produces grease vapors.  A type I hood shall be installed at or above all commercial cooking appliances and domestic cooking appliances used for commercial purposes that produce grease vapors.  Each required type I hood shall be protected with an approved automatic fire extinguishing system.  See our Food Truck Guidelines page for more information.
Question: How can I contact the Mayor and City Council members? 
Answer: All written correspondence addressed to the City Council becomes a permanent public record, and is archived by the City. By phone: The Mayor and Councilmembers do not have set hours at City Hall. Because of that, residents are welcome to call them at their phone number(s) listed below, or via email. By email: To send an email to the Mayor and/or Councilmembers, use the email address listed below. By mail: Letters to the Mayor and/or Councilmembers should be mailed to City Hall at 175 East 200 North, St. George, UT 84770. In person: To schedule a meeting with the Mayor, contact the City Recorder at 435-627-4003. Because the Councilmembers do not have offices at City Hall, contact them directly either by phone or email. 
Question: What is Pollution Prevention?
Answer: Pollution prevention is the reduction and control of pollutants before discharge to the sanitary sewer. SGRWRF developed a Pollution Prevention Program, which focuses on waste reduction and elimination through permit requirements to select commercial businesses, and education and public outreach to all customers. Pollution prevention can eliminate or reduce many costs for commercial and industrial users by avoiding permit fees, chemical costs, and disposal charges while helping SGRWRF to reduce the discharge of pollutants to the wastewater treatment plant and the Virgin River.
...ents within the county.  The department also performs inspections for compliance with fire codes, and provides advanced EMT services for the city. Mission Statement The mission of the St. George Fire Department is to Protect and Preserve life, property, and the environment from fire and disaster, whether it be natural or man-made.  We accomplish this through aggressive training, fire prevention and community programs, with a positive attitude towards safety, customer service, and community relations. History The St. George Fire Department began in 1936...
Question: Who is required to have a Discharge Permit?
Answer: Select commercial businesses are permitted in SGRWRF’s Pollution Prevention Program. Business types are chosen based on the pollutants that the businesses generate and SGRWRF’s need to reduce and control the pollutants discharged to the sanitary sewer. The place to get started is to complete an Industrial Waste Survey.
...ure that will create a more cohesive walking and bicycling network that is comfortable enough for people of all ages and abilities to walk or ride a bike to school or work, shop, visit friends, or exercise. Walking and bicycling are not niche activities or sports, but rather should be integral pieces of transportation and recreation systems and strategies, allowing St. George residents and visitors to enjoy increased mobility and independence, increased property values, improved health, a safer walking and bicycling environment, and, in general, better quality of life. A city designed to safely and naturally allow everyone to experience these benefits, from an eight-year-old walking to school to an eighty-year-old wanting to visit friends or family, or buy groceries, is a successful city. The vision for St. George is to be a place where residents and visitors of all ages and abilities can easily and confidently walk or ride a bicycle for transportation and recreation.” St. George has seven goals with sub-objectives and actions accompany this vision:               &...
Question: How does the City Power Company communicate information on power outages?
Answer: The City Power Company has a Twitter accounts that provide information on power outages.  You can follow the SGESD at @sgcity.power
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. 
Question: How do I find out about upcoming projects?
Answer: Bids for Construction Projects are advertised on the City website at www.sgcity.org and in the local paper.  Bids for all other projects or purchases are advertized on the City website.  
Question: How do I apply for Traffic school? 
Answer: The St. George City Attorney's Office offers traffic school for minor moving violations. Taking traffic school can keep points off your record and your insurance rates lower. Go to www.sgcity.org/trafficschool, select your language preference, and fill out the easy step-by-step application process. About Traffic School Languages: English and SpanishTotal Cost: $70.00 + Ticket Fine AmountNon-refundable.Schedule: Always availableLocation: www.sgcity.org/trafficschool Duration: Approximately 4 hoursNote: You may log in and out as often as necessary to complete the course. Questions about Traffic School Do not call the Court in reference to traffic school. For any questions relating to traffic school, call the Traffic School Helpline at 1-888-312-6552 or contact the City of St. George Legal Department at 435-627-4600. How long to I have to complete traffic school? If you are approved to take the course you must complete it within 30 days from approval. If I have paid for my ticket can I apply for Traffic School? NO! If you pay your ticket with Justice Court before applying or taking the traffic school course you will NOT be eligible for the course. 
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. 
Question: If I Have Been Subpoenaed to Testify, Do I Have to Go?
Answer: A subpoena is actually a court order telling you to appear at a legal proceeding, so you must appear at the place and time designated on the subpoena. If you fail to appear as ordered by the subpoena, you may be found in contempt of court and sanctioned with jail time and fines. What Can I Do If I Really Cannot Appear at the Time Designated by the Subpoena? You may contact the attorney issuing the subpoena by phone or in a written letter requesting the City to file a motion to continue with the court to reschedule the hearing. There are narrow deadlines for filing a continuance with the court so please be mindful that it could take several weeks to process. Disclaimer: Although the City tries to accommodate victims and witnesses in criminal proceedings, requesting a continuance is left to the discretion of the Prosecutor and your request may be denied. 
...nbsp;   The Technical Services Division also develops and maintains computer models of each of the water, irrigation, and wastewater systems to assist in long term master planning.    The majority of our pump station, lift station, automatic flow valves, and tank levels are controlled and monitored by a computerized Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) system. The S...
Description Jr. Development clinics utilize a 75% compressed green dot ball and a 78’ court (full size court) to help players between the ages of 10 and 13 and staying within the parameters of the USTA (United States Tennis Association).  Days:  Monday, Wednesday & or Friday Time:  Beginner & Intermediate / 4:00pm to 5:30pm            Team JD / 4:00pm to 6:00pm (Invitation Only!) Location:  Tonaquint Tennis Center / 1851 South Dixie Drive   Packages and Sessions All packages are 6 week long sessions.  Your session begins on your first day of tennis.  Clinics and lessons will be tracked by tennis attendants.  All packages will have a two week variance to make-up clinics. After the two week variance the package has expired. Package expiration may be excused for illness, injury, or approved school functions. All requests to extend package dates need to be emailed to Wayne Bullock or Hilary Koch for approval. Level and Syllabus Descriptions      Beginner Level  -  For beginner players with little or no tennis experience.       Syllabus for Beginner level players: Week One:  Introduction to forehand ground strokes, grip, and spin.  Intro to parts of the court and racket. Week Two:  Introduction to backhand ground strokes, grip and spin.  Week Three:  Review of forehand and backhand ground stroke, grip and spin.  Introduction to scoring. Week Four:  Review of forehand and backhand ground stroke, grip and spin.  Review of scoring and intro to match play Repeat to Week One      Intermediate Level -  Players with some tennis experience who can demonstrate proper strokes at times.            Prerequisite for intermediate level:  Knowledge of scoring, ground stroke grips, parts of the court and the forehand and backhand ground stroke components.  Players must have a fundamental swing using topspin, and be           consistent with getting balls into play using drop feeds and toss feeds.      Syllabus for Intermediate players: Week One:  Forehand ground stroke, introduction to footwork while using the forehand ground stroke Week Two:  Backhand ground stroke, introduction to footwork while using the backhand ground stroke Week Three:  Forehand and Backhand ground stroke, changing grips from forehand to backhand.  Introduction to serving Week Four:  Review of serving, ground strokes Repeat to Week One     Team JD  -  Players who have achieved a high level of ability that can handle full speed and court of Green Dot Balls. Players will continue to work on their strokes, court coverage and strategy.             Prerequisite for Team J.D.:  Technical knowledge of the serve, grip, swing and types.  Show proper footwork with ground strokes.   Player should be able to do the following skill set:  Hit 7 out of 10 fed forehands and backhands cross court and down the line and rally 10 balls in a row with a coach using forehand or backhand ground strokes.      Syllabus for Team JD Week One:  Serving, Introduction to Volleys Week Two:  Serving, ground strokes and doubles strategy Week Three:  Serving, ground strokes and singles strategy Week Four:  Serves and returns, intro to overheads Week Five: Serves, ground strokes, specialty shots Week Six:  Serves, Backhand slice, specialty shots   Upcoming Youth Session Tournaments   Saturday, February 2nd  &n...
Question: What happens if I get ejected from a game?
Answer: Unfortunately, this occurs, but we are open to appeals for ejections in written form to the Sportsmanship Committee within two days of occurrence. 
Question: What are the regulations concerning construction-related noise?
Answer: In most residential zones in St. George, a nuisance exists if it disturbs 3 or more people and constuction noise is included in the list of possible nuisances. Call the St. George Building Department at 435 627-4300 to file a complaint.   
...limination tournament. There are two different divisions – A League (Competitive) and B League (Recreational).
...nd Female Players Skill rating USTA preferred Check-in 7:00-7:20pm. Late comers may text league director by 7:15 but must be ready for play at 7:30. Liveball drills 7:00-7:30pm optional. Matches begin at 7:30pm.  Skill Divisions  4.0 and Higher   3.0 and 3.5  "Mixer" combine male and female players **Skill levels will be combined if not enough players Prizes and Medals Assorted prizes every week for "perfect score" Medals given to top 3 ladder placements after 6 weeks *Prizes given to top 3 ladder placements after 6 weeks *1st place prize value is determined by ladder size.  8 players =$25.00 Value 16 players=$50.00 24 players=$75.00 32 players=$100.00   Challenger Drop-in's Unable to commit to a full 6 week league. Come challenge our ladder players by dropping in. $5 per drop-in League...
Question: What area does the City Power Company serve?
Answer: The City Power Company service territory is roughly the area of the City north of the Virgin River.  The area of the City south of the Virgin River was annexed during the 1980’s.  At that time it was served by Dixie Power and continues to be served by that utility today.  
Question: How Can I make Lodging and Other Arrangements for the St. George Area?
Answer: Click on the following link Atozion.com
...ill be turned up for Disco night at the St. George Recreation Center. Come for a fun date night and learn the steps to the New York Hustle. Bring...
Question: Where can I find a provider for assessments, treatments, community service or Interlock?
Answer: The following is a list of providers for assessments, treatments, community service or Prime for Life course or if you have been ordered to install an ignition interlock on your vehicle. Please remember to follow the time guidelines as laid out in court for providing proof of completion to the Court.
...ght is an opportunity for children with special needs and their parents to come learn about nature through games and activities. We encourage families...
Question: What number do I call to report trees in the power lines? 
Answer: 435-627-4810   If there are trees in the lines of any lines attached to a power pole, please contact the City Power Company BEFORE pruning the trees.  
  Do you want to show off your talents to the community? Then join us at the Fourth of July “Star Search Talent Show”! The show is presented by State Bank of Southern Utah, and is open to anyone who wants to compete with any sort of family-friendly act: singing, dancing, juggling, magic, playing an instrument, dramatic recitation, fire-breathing.  Well, maybe not that last one!   Prizes will be awarded to the top-three winners in each category. Judging will be done by a panel of community leaders; so far it includes SG City Leisure Services Director Shane McAffee, State Bank of Southern Utah VP Jalyne Purcell, and Soul What?! lead singer and music teacher Alice Ericksen. This is a free event, but contestants should register online below, or an entry form may be picked up at St. George Leisure Services, 220 N 200 East, between 9 AM and 5 PM.   ·       There are no age restrictions. ·       Wed, 7/4, 10 am, Town Square Stage ·       Act cannot exceed 3.5 minutes ·       Judging will be done in 3 categories: 9 and under, 10-17, 18+ ·       Entry deadline: Mon, 7/2, 5 pm  ·       Questions and more info -- Marianne Hamilton, mlhamilton02@gmail.com, (408) 489-0140   Hope to see you there, and crown YOU the next ...
Question: Is there a bidders list that I can be added to?
Answer: The City of St. George does not have an automated email distribution for procurement and construction procejects.  We encourage all vendors to consider State Soliciatations and becoming a vendor on State Contract.  Please visit purchasing.utah.gov, then click "for vendors" for a complete guide and to register for that bidding list.     
Question: Why is my bill unusually high this month? Or, Why is my bill generally higher than my neighbors'?
Answer: Often this answer can be easily answered by looking at the number of days in the month's billing cycle noted on your bill. Although we try to keep this as close to 30 days as possible, occasionally your billing cycle may be greater than 30 days, resulting in a higher bill that month. If this doesn't answer your concern, the question then becomes difficult to resolve because of the several factors which can affect the usage of utility services. Examples of these factors are the house size, weather conditions, number of people in the household, living habits (i.e. does one family stay up later than the other or does one household have someone home during the daytime and the other doesn't), new appliances, the amount of natural light your residence has, and so on. We recommend that you consider these factors when comparing your bill to a previous bill or to your neighbors'. 
Question: What is the complaint procedure?
Answer: If you have any questions concerning your bill, please notify us in writing or by calling (435)627-4700. Our customer service representatives will do their best to help you with inquiries or resolve your concern. 
Question: How do I change the address on my account?
Answer: Your account actually has two addresses on it: 1) the mailing address which is where your bill is sent and 2) the service address which is where the utility services are being used. You can change the mailing address by noting your new mailing address on the remittance portion of your bill or by calling customer service at (435) 627-4700. However, if you are changing the service address, you must come into the City Offices and complete a new Application for Utility Services. 
...support and help in so many ways both with the campaign and throughout our community by extending themselves through community service. The candidates for City Council conducted themselves in a pleasant manner despite some heated is- sues. I'm glad that we were able to keep the focus on the important issues and not on personality bashing and mud-slinging. I look forward to working with Mayor Pike and members of the City Council to arrive at the best solutions for the betterment of the community. We have a great opportunity to bring new view points and perspec...
Question: Does the City Power Company use any social media outlets? 
Answer: The City Power Company has a Facebook page that can be found by searching City of St. George Energy Services Department.  Pictures of jobs the crews are working on, energy efficiency information and other news is shared on the page. 
Question: If my account is scheduled for disconnection due to nonpayment, is there anything I can do to avoid disruption of service?
Answer: Yes, the City works with customers to avoid disconnecting utility services. You may make arrangements to pay your bill in installments. Arrangements are required to be in writing at our offices at 175 E. 200 N., St. George and therefore will not be accepted over the telephone. Customers are allowed one arrangement per year. Late charges will continue to be charged until the account is paid to a current status. In order to avoid a reconnection charge, we also recommend that you make arrangements prior to the date your services are scheduled for disconnection. Services will be disconnected if the conditions of the agreement are not kept. 
Question: What are the payment procedures?
Answer: Your utility bill should be paid by the due date shown on the bill to maintain a good credit standing with the City of St. George Utilities. Payments may be made through the City website at www.sgcity.org, by mail or at the City office located at 175 East 200 North, St. George through either our 24-hour drop box, drive-up from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., or in the lobby from 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.  Payments may also be made at the following St. George bank location.   Drop-Off Locations for Utility Payments Cache Valley Bank 294 E. Tabernacle.   If your account is delinquent and scheduled for shut-off, payment must be made at the City office in person.     
Question: Does my reservation include use of the power/water?
Answer: Yes, there are outlets in the pavilion.  The outlets are good for warming food and the use of a stereo. The outlets cannot accommodate the use of a bounce house.  A bounce house must have its own generator. There are drinking fountains, but the use of hoses and water from a spigot are not available for the public to use.
Question: Does my reservation include use of the power/water?
Answer: Yes, there are outlets in the pavilion.  The outlets are good for warming food and the use of a stereo. The outlets cannot accommodate the use of a bounce house.  A bounce house must have its own generator. There are drinking fountains, but the use of hoses and water from a spigot are not available for the public to use.
Question: How do I sign up for utility services?
Answer: Customers are required to complete an Application for Utility Services. Each applicant must provide a current drivers license or other valid state issued identification, passport, or ID card. We request advance notice of two (2) working days for connection of services. Connections are provided Monday through Friday only. Property owners can submit applications via fax or email, but renters need to apply in person at 175 E 200 N. during normal business hours, to pay their deposit.
Question: How can I understand which documents are required for a seamless payment?
Answer: Click HERE for "A Vendor's Guide on Doing Business with the City of St. George"
Question: How does the City handle Surplus?
Answer: Surplus items such as vehicles and equipment are organized through a 3rd party auction company (TNT Auction).  Smaller valued items are posted on publicsurplus.com.
Question: How do I bring a subject, complaint or question before the City Council?
Answer: Citizen’s comments are encouraged.  Any citizen may speak during the ‘Public Comment’ portion of a City Council meeting on the first Thursday of each month.  
...ah for literary, author and book expo events. The book festival has also become Southern Utah's signature literary event.Utah Humanities, Southern Utah Literacy Council and Heritage Writers Guild's (a chapter of the League of Utah Writers) have partnered together to bring this annual festival to the St. George community and surrounding areas, allowing us to explore literacy and intera...
...l programs and initiatives to help visitors, citizens, businesses, and our community. 
Question: I notice several full time positions are available. If I am employed as a part time employee, will I be given preference for a full time position?
Answer: If the position is posted as "Open to City Employees and the General Public," part time City employees must apply and compete with the general public for open full time City jobs that may be available.However, occasionally a position will be posted internally only. In those cases, part time employees may be eligible to apply depending on the specific qualifications required for the position.
...tuation in an honest, respectful and objective manner with the ultimate outcome determined by what is in the best interest of the City of St. George a...
Question: What happens if I get ejected from a game?
Answer: Unfortunately, this occurs, but we are open to appeals for ejections in written form to the Sportsmanship Committee within two days of occurrence. 
...ng many tactile opportunities and sensory tools. Parents are encouraged to come and explore with their child during this camp.  
    No Water Aerobics, Swim Lessons, or Lap Swimming on the 4th of July. Holiday Hours for open swim on the 4th of July will be from 11am - 8pm. Deep Water Aerobics Classes are offered Mo...
...ing municipal elections; preparing the City's annual budget; preparing the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report; maintenance of the City's general le...
Question: What should I include with my application?
Answer: If special consideration as a veteran or disabled veteran is of interest to you, you must include a copy of your DD214. In addition, make sure you include photocopies of any applicable licenses, certifications, etc. Please read the Job Announcement carefully to ensure that you provide the documentation needed to show you meet the minimum qualifications. You may also be required to provide copies of your diplomas and/or transcripts of your grades if higher education is a minimum requirement for the position. You are welcome to provide us with a cover letter and resume.
...opriate clothing for all weather conditions including a rain jacket_ Small comfortable backpack_ Water bottle or bladder (2L minimum)_ A healthy ...
Question: How do I apply for a position with the City?
Answer: You must submit a completed City of St.George application before the closing date/time of the application period. You can apply directly on the website at careers.sgcity.org.
Question: My child is a 5 year old, can they still participate in the class?
Answer: It is recommended that children be 6 years old or older to participate in this class.
Question: Does my reservation include use of the power/water?
Answer: Yes, there are outlets in the pavilion.  The outlets are good for warming food and the use of a stereo. The outlets cannot accommodate the use of a bounce house.  A bounce house must have its own generator. There are drinking fountains, but the use of hoses and water from a spigot are not available for the public to use.
"The mission of the Washington County Drug Task Force, through the combined efforts of local, state, and federal agencies, is to protect the citizens of Washington County Utah from, and educate them about, individuals involved in drug crimes. Washington County Drug Task Force will do this by identifying, developing intelligence on, investigating, arresting, sharing information about, and aiding in the prosecution of individuals involved in such crime." A Task Force is a group of people brought together and assigned to address problems in a certain area. This group of people are considered specialist in have expertise that they can contribute to solve whatever problem the Task Force is assigned to address. The Washington County Drug Task Force is made up of individuals from multiple agencies assigned to address the problems of drugs in Washington County. The Task Force Board of Directors is made up of representatives (usually the Agency head) of each agency involved in and contributing to the Task Force with the Chairman of the board being the Washington County Attorney. The supervisors of the Task Force are approved by the board. The SGPD Investigations Commander is responsible for the administration of the Drug Task Force. The...
Question: Does my reservation include use of the power/water?
Answer: Yes, there are outlets in the pavilion.  The outlets are good for warming food and the use of a stereo. The outlets cannot accommodate the use of a bounce house.  A bounce house must have its own generator. There are drinking fountains, but the use of hoses and water from a spigot are not available for the public to use.
...E Waterworks Dr. St. George Ut. 84770 Phone: (435)627-4350   Come Visit Us!   You can also visit us on our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/stgeorgeanimalshelter/
... Times:  5:30 pm to 7:00 pm Location:  Little Valley Pickleball Complex Levels:  Beginner - Intermediate - Advance   Descripti...
...ay up to the top court.  Are you good enough for the top court?  Come out and let's find out!  Date: Monday, March 18th Time 7pm to 9:30pm Cost $15 per person Age & Skill 12+ / All Skill Levels Welcome Location Tonaquint Tennis Center 1851 South Dixie Drive   &n...
Question: Can I request later game times?  
Answer: Yes you can, but it is not a guaranteed.  We will try and accommodate the requests, but remember they are just requests.  Contact Nikelle Pledger at (435) 627-4500 if you have concerns.
...0 already approved for a pumper, to $975,675 to upgrade to a pumper/ladder combination truck (also known as a quint).  In December 2015, the City...
HISTORIC ST. GEORGE LIVE!  Tours begin   Visitors to St. George and residents too will meet Brigham Young, Erastus Snow, Orson Pratt, Jacob Hamblin, Judge John Menzies Macfarlane and ...
...    - 5.0 doubles / Mixer **Events will be based on a combined NPR **Events may be combined if not enough players    Format    -  ...
...scription: Orange ball clinic will be played on a 60’ court and 50% compression orange balls to help players improve their tennis game.  T...
...s program is designed for kids of all abilities. Have you ever wanted to become a conductor or engineer for a locomotive? Ever wonder how steam engines work? Come out for a fun and interactive Saturday Morning exploring and learning ...
... in the Department. We are also the "face" of the Department when citizens come to the Police Department and need assistance. We are committed to customer service with the 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 s...
Question: Does my reservation include use of the power/water?
Answer: Yes, there are outlets in the pavilion.  The outlets are good for warming food and the use of a stereo. The outlets cannot accommodate the use of a bounce house.  A bounce house must have its own generator. There are drinking fountains, but the use of hoses and water from a spigot are not available for the public to use.
Question: Where are games played?  
Answer: Most weeks at the Canyons Complex.  Some Thursday nights may be at Little Valley Fields.
Question: When will the schedule be available?  
Answer: The week before games start.  It will be posted on www.quickscores.com.
Question: What is a Protective Order and who can get one?
Answer: Protective Orders are most commonly used when a person is involved in a domestic violence situation. Some of the requirements for a protective order are: parties are or have been married; cohabitated together; have a child in common or are related by blood. A protective order may allow you to put certain restrictions against this person. Other requirements may be necessary and you may call Victim Services to find out if you meet the qualifications. Forms are also available at www.utcourts.gov.  
...crete amphitheater with rolling hills of grass, two small pavilions, and a community garden.
In 2008 this 1.0-acre park underwent major renovations with the aid of Community Development Block Grant funds to meet the minimum standards of a ...
...imination tournament. There are four different divisions – A League (Competitive), B League (Recreational-COED) and Women's all offered on Thurs...
Question: What is the City's hiring process?
Answer: Once you apply, your application is reviewed and, if your qualifications meet the minimum requirements, moved forward on an ongoing basis to the hiring manager for further consideration.  Once the position closes, the hiring manager ranks the applications based on the experience, skills, and abilities shown in the information provided by the candidate in comparison with the job announcement. 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 notified that they werenot selected for the position.
...e pace while maintaining a high standard of instruction.  It is not uncommon for a child to repeat a particular level.  The Learn to Swim Pr...
Question: I was a victim of a crime. How do I find out about the court process?
Answer: Victim Services at the St. George Police Department has a Court Book that will answer most of your questions about the process. You can come by the station and we will be happy to provide you with a copy of this booklet.
2019 JAG Registration Opens April 8th! All JAG Registrations must be completed online - Registration Links Provided on this page April 8th. &nb...
... and training.  This 10 month program will help each participant to become physically active, build self-confidence, self-esteem and develop swim...
Come Play Summer Ball starting in June! 16 game guarantee for Double Headers, 9 game guarantee for Single Headers. Divisions Elite Level: The best athletic and talented teams. Teams that might play in competitive tournaments. Most competitive league in the program. 5 HR limit, then 1+ per game. (Formerly C Teams) Skilled Level: This level is for the average athlete and team. This is for a team looking for an average level of competition. Teams are allowed 3 HR's per game. (Formerly high D Teams) Re...
Question: How do I get a restraining order?
Answer: In Utah, a restraining order must be filed by an attorney, in conjunction with another case of some type that is going through the courts. You may find that a Protective Order or a Stalking Injunction will accomplish what you need.
Question: I am a male victim of domestic violence. What help is available to me?
Answer: If you live within the City of St. George, or the crime occurred in the city, contact Victim Services at the St. George Police Department. Victim Advocates will be able to help you determine if you may qualify for a Protective Order and can assist you in completing the application.
Question: I am a victim of a crime. Do I have to go to all of the court hearings?
Answer: You are always welcome at the court hearings but your presence is not required. The only time it is mandatory for you to attend is when you receive a subpoena to attend. 
... at the maps provided in the links below to see what projects that will be completed between July 1, 2018 and July 1, 2019. These roadways may change ...
Question: Does my reservation include use of the power/water?
Answer: Yes, there are outlets in the pavilion.  The outlets are good for warming food and the use of a stereo. The outlets cannot accommodate the use of a bounce house.  A bounce house must have its own generator. There are drinking fountains, but the use of hoses and water from a spigot are not available for the public to use.
Question: Does my reservation include use of the power/water?
Answer: Yes, there are outlets in the pavilion.  The outlets are good for warming food and the use of a stereo. The outlets cannot accommodate the use of a bounce house.  A bounce house must have its own generator. There are drinking fountains, but the use of hoses and water from a spigot are not available for the public to use.
Question: Does my reservation include use of the power/water?
Answer: Yes, there are outlets in the pavilion.  The outlets are good for warming food and the use of a stereo. The outlets cannot accommodate the use of a bounce house.  A bounce house must have its own generator. There are drinking fountains, but the use of hoses and water from a spigot are not available for the public to use.
Question: Do you have to have a reservation to play?
Answer: No. Everyone is welcome!
...p; DOCENTS  Do you have a love of art? Have you ever thought about becoming a docent or a front desk volunteer at the St. George Art Museum? Now is the time. Wonderful exhibits are always on view and new exhibits arrive 3 to 4 times per year. Beginning as students themselves, docents receive a basic training about the visual arts and each new exhibit, often meeting with the artists. They then step into the role of educator, communicating that information primarily to 4th and 5th grade school children. "Docents and volunteers need to be dependable, willing to do some studying, fun-loving, and like children and people", said the late Mary Williams, a former member of the St. George Art Museum Advisory Board and the driving force behind our docent program. "It doesn't hurt to be a bit of an actor." For more information on becoming a Museum docent or front desk volunteer, call the St. George Art Museum at 627-4525.    Click on the Volunteer icon below to fill out the application. Then print it and mail or bring it to the Museum.  THANK YOU!   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, exhibit, and interpret art and artifacts from Utah and the West. It also requires economic resources and we could not do it without the support of our generous donors. This is the purpose of our Annual Appeal and through that we ask for your support. Contributions of any size are welcome. Please make your donation today to help ensure that the St. George Art Museum, a place of thought and contemplation, maintains its ability to serve you, Washington County School children, and all of its visitors.   Sincerely, Deborah Reeder Manager/Curator *Tax deductible within the extent of the law. Please see your tax advisor.   Click on the Annual Appeal form below, print and complete it to send in with your contributions.  WE THANK YOU FOR YOU...
This 18 acre community park has three softball fields, lighted basketball court and a ch...
Come join the fun of year-round Lawn Bowling! Lawn Bowling, much like Bocce...
... Time:  4:30 pm to 5:30 pm Location:  Little Valley Pickleball Complex / 2149 Horseman Park Drive Levels:  Beginner - Intermediate -...
Question: How do I register?
Answer: Please go to www.runnercard.com. The link to our meet can be found under USATF and then Utah Youth Track and Field Meet.
Question: Will we play teams from our Region?
Answer: In pool play you will not.  We will schedule you against teams that you may not have the opportunity to play during the regular season.  Bracket games depend on the outcome of pool games so we cannot guarantee anything there.
Question: Are there other ways I can get involved at the St. George Art Museum?
Answer: Yes! Visit our exhibits; attend our Third Thursday Art Conversations; cultivate your child’s interest in art by visiting the museum and checking out various classes and activities; become a member! 
...trail, lighting and landscaping. These improvements were the result of the combined efforts of area scouts, a youth group, park maintenance and park planning staff hours and a Community Development Block Grant. This neighborhood park doubles as a play...
Question: Do I have to be a resident of Washington County to compete in this event?
Answer: No, this meet is open to residents of Iron, Garfield, Kane, San Juan, Wayne, Piute, Emery, Grand, Sevier, and Washington Counties. 
...irt, water bottle, and fun pack. Location:  Little Valley Pickleball Complex / 2149 Horseman Park Drive Description:  Players will learn h...
...er bottle, and fun pack.   Location:  Little Valley Pickleball Complex / 2149 Horseman Park Drive Description:  Players will be divi...
...ay up to the top court.  Are you good enough for the top court?  Come out and let's find out!  Age & Skill 11+ / All Skill Levels Welcome Cost $5 per person Days Monday & Wednesday Time 7pm to 8:30p...
... support as we showcase our area through world-class sports. IRONMAN has become a signature event for our communities, bringing positive media exposure and economic impact throughout the year. If you are interested in volunteering to support the athletes or need more information please visit WWW.IRONMAN.COM/STGEORGE70.3 or e-mail STGEORGE@IRONMAN.COM. Thank you – St. George Area Tourism Office and IRONMAN 70.3 St. ...
...otics class. Building and programming to meet different challenges and overcome obstacles. This class will be split for beginners and intermediate students (who've taken the beginner class or are comfortable with the programming and building). Intermediate students will learn more about sensors and robot design to overcome challenges and obstacles.   Lego WeDo Robotics-  WeDo Rob...
... 4 and 6 am! St. George Water and Energy Services are commited to using our natural resources in the most effective manner not ju...
Question: How do I find out what’s playing or coming soon?
Answer: This website is the best place for up-to-date information on upcoming events. If an event is taking place at the Electric Theatre but is not listed on the site, it either means that it is not open to the public or is being ticketed by someone renting the theatre. You can also find plenty of updates on our Facebook page.  
...ng many tactile opportunities and sensory tools. Parents are encouraged to come and explore with their child during this camp.  
...ervices mission is "to effectively and efficiently manage and optimize the complete water cycle for the City of St. George. This cycle begins with the source of both drinking and irrigation water, treatment of water to meet regulations, distribution and conservation of the water, collection of the wastewater and treatment so the water can be reused and returned to the beginning of the cycle or to the environment."    Our greatest concerns are providing water of high enough quality and quantity to enhance the health, environment, and enjoyment of the community. 
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: Can I request later game times?  
Answer: Yes you can, but it is not a guaranteed.  We will try and accommodate the requests, but remember they are just requests.  
...forward to continuing where Hershey's left off and hope to offer a fun and competitive Track and Field meet for ages 6-15. As per USA Track and Field rules, age groups are based on birthdays in the following years: Ages 6 to 8 (born 2013 - 2011, respectively) Ages 9 to 10 (born 2010 - 2009, respectively) Ages 11 to 12 (born 2008 - 2007, respectively) Ages 13 to 15 (born 2006 - 2004, respectively)   Athletes born in 2004 or earlier will not be eligible based on USATF age limits. Please note that ages 6-12 will be competing in the standing long jump and softball throw. While 13-14 will be competing in the running long jump and shot put.  Athletes will be limited to competing in only 3 events, which will not include the 4x100 relay.  I...
If we must cancel due to weather, the dates will be listed below, we want all of our players and staff to remain safe   Wednesday, March 6th No league will be held due to unplayable courts....
...sided over southern Utah. Elder Erastus Snow and Elder Orson Pratt led the company into Dixie.   Dixie was a barren land -- dry, windy, dusty, and suffocating hot during the summer. Conditions were grim. Water was scarce and unpalatable. Sickness and death were common, there was little food and little hope. The Saints needed an escape from their heavy burdens. Entertainment and cultural development provided the answer.   Brigham Young had purposely 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 doz...
St. George Water Services is committed to using our natural resources in the most effective manner not just for the short term, but for the long term. Ensuring an adequate supply of safe drinking water at the most affordable rates is our goal.    The City encourages wise water use both indoor and outdoor. There are many things we can do that are simple and can save a significant amount of water.    • Turn off the water while brushing your teeth. Bathroom faucets flow at a rate of 1.5 gallons a minute. You can save three gallons of water every time you brush your teeth for two minutes. Multiply this by the number of people in your home to see how much 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...
...ing and inspiring access and exposure to a diverse program of arts for our community.
This 52-acre rustic community park is a rock climber's paradise. From Dixie Rock, also known as...
...p;May 29-31 Time:  8:00-10:30 am Where:  Tonaquint Tennis Complex Age:  11-18  Divisions:  Beginner - Intermediate - Advance Cost:  $60 / person / includes t-shirt & frozen treats / Deadline:  May 22            After May 22nd:   $70 / person / includes t-shirt & frozen treats / Deadline:  May 28   Description: For all skill levels. Great way to kick off the summer!  Come out and join us for this 3 day tennis camp. Tennis camp will consist of drills, games, match play and lots of fun.  Whether you’re a beginner or advance player this camp is for you. Camp will be divided into groups according to skill level.   10-n-Under Summer Tennis Camp  When:  Wednesday, May 29-31 Time:  10:30 am- 12:30 pm Where:  Tonaquint Tennis Complex Age:  6 to 10  Divisions:  Beginner - Intermediate - Advance Cost:  $40 / person / includes t-shirt & frozen treats / Deadline:  May 22            After May 22nd:   $50 / person / includes t-shirt & frozen treats / Deadline:  May 28 Description:  For all skill levels. Great way to kick off the summer!  Come out and join us for this 3 day tennis camp. Tennis camp will consist of drills, games, match play and lots of fun.  Whether you’re a beginner or advanced player this camp is for you. Camp will be divided into groups according to skill level. Camp will be played on 60’ courts using orange low compressed tennis balls.  For more information please contact the ten...
... all city funds and collector and distributor of all revenues. As revenues come into the treasurer's office from many different sources, the treasurer disburses those dollars in a timely fashion to ensure the efficient administration of city government and its financial resources.Under state law, the City Treasurer is authorized to invest excess revenues on a short-term basis. The St George City Treasurer employs a conservative investment strategy focusing first on safety and capital preservation, then liquidity considerations and, finally, yield. The St George City Treasurer also acts as a customer service provider for the city utility offices.Most importantly, the St George City Treasurer's Office is committed to serving residents of St George with respect, dignity and a renewed commitment to customer service and innovative problem-solving. 
...ties. Dinosaurs fascinate everyone! What did they look like? Why did the become extinct? Join us for a fun and interactive Saturday morning while we s...
... it to a resolution. If the offense is serious or the office was unable to complete the case on during his shift, it may be assigned to a detective for follow up. In some cases, there may not be enough evidence to conclusively point to a suspect. In all cases, the St. George Police Department Investigations Division is here to serve the citizens our community. For more information about Victim Services and the Drug Tas...
Question: What happens if I get ejected from a game?
Answer: Unfortunately, this occurs, but we are open to appeals for ejections in written form to the Sportsmanship Committee within two days of occurrence. 
Question: Does my reservation include use of the power/water?
Answer: Yes, there are outlets in the pavilion.  The outlets are good for warming food and the use of a stereo. The outlets cannot accommodate the use of a bounce house.  A bounce house must have its own generator. There are drinking fountains, but the use of hoses and water from a spigot are not available for the public to use.
Question: Are there road closures?
Answer: No, this is going to be an open course and cars will be allowed to pass through. There are many subdivisions on the course. Please be aware of traffic and any cars coming. 
Pottery Wheel Beginner & Intermediate Combo Class  (9 years & older) This class is designed for the beg...
Question: Does my reservation include use of the power/water?
Answer: Yes, there are outlets in the pavilion.  The outlets are good for warming food and the use of a stereo. The outlets cannot accommodate the use of a bounce house.  A bounce house must have its own generator. There are drinking fountains, but the use of hoses and water from a spigot are not available for the public to use.
Kids ages 3-6 years old can become members of this fun and interactive club being held at the St Geo...
If we must cancel due to weather, the dates will be listed below, we want all of our players and staff to remain safe     3/8/19 No Youth Clinics due to unplayable courts.   &n...
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.
...ual basis.    The culinary water delivered to our customers is comprised of springs, groundwater wells, and surface water supplied by the ...
... & 5.  Players will be playing in the service boxes using red low compressed balls and jr. size rackets.  Class will focus on parts of t...
Question: If I register at packet pickup or at the expo, do I get a shirt?
Answer: Not necessarily. We can not give you a shirt at packet pickup as those go to who pre-registered. Check with us after the event to see if we have extra shirts. In the case we do, you can get one. They will be given out at a first come, first serve basis. 
Question: How can I register? Can I register the day of?
Answer: You can register before Wednesday, Nov. 15 at 5:00 pm MST online at: https://secure.getmeregistered.com/get_information.php?event_id=125183.  You can register in person on Friday, Nov. 17 from 4-8 pm MST at the St. George City Commons Building located at 220 N. 200 E.  You can register in person the day of the event, Saturday, Nov. 18 starting at 8:15 am MST at Seegmiller Farm located at 2592 S. 3000 E. 
The planning commission is an appointed body consisting of seven (7) members.  The planning commission is charged with formulating and adopting the general plan to recommend to city council.  The planning commission recommends and/or acts on land use decisions such as, but not limited to, plats, conditional use permits, zone changes, and wireless master plans.   Meetings are typically held on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month at 5:00 pm in the City Council Chambers, 175 East 200 North, St. George, Utah.   If you would like to contact the planning commission, please email planningcommission@sgcity.org.   Planning Commission Members Summer Barry Don Buehner Nathan Fisher Dannielle...
...enter.  Coached workouts are included for fitness swimmers, competitive swimmers, triathletes, and those who simply enjoy swimming in a group.  Coaches will improve your swimming strokes, endurance, and advance your swimming levels. Come give it a try for the first time for free (pool admission still applie...
Question: I'm coming from out of town and need a hotel, where should I stay?
Answer: The expo and race start and finish will be at the Dixie Convention Center located at 1835 S. Convention Center Drive. There are numerous hotels around that area. Additionally, there are numerous hotels throughout St. George. There is a list of hotels on this webpage. We recommend booking a hotel sooner rather than later because it is very likely that every hotel room in St. George will be booked for the St. George Half Marathon.  Go to www.sgcity.org/hotels for a list of hotels that have partnered with where discounts might be available. 
...within that group.   - No Partner Needed - Skill Division may be combined depending on registration - 8 week league, your lowest 2 score will be dropped at week 8 - Scores will be posted online at holdmycourt.com Begins:  Week of March 18th Duration: 8 weeks Cost:  Early Bird Registration before February 28th - $35 person / each league After February 28th - $45 person / each league Location:  Little Valley Pickleball Complex / 2149 Horseman Park Drive Ball:  Onix G2    Players will not be allowed to register onsite the day of the league.  Players will also not be allowed to play until they have paid.  Players will need to pay at the Rec Center or City Commons before being added to the following weeks league roster       Ladder Leagues schedule of events:        Monday  AM Mixer / Skill Division:  3.0, 3.5, & 4.0 / 9:30am match time / (Check in 9:00am - 9:25am)    Tuesday AM Ladies / Skill Division:  3.0, 3.5, & 4.0 / 9:30am match time / (Check in 9:30am - 9:55am)     Tuesday AM Mens / Skill Division: 3.0, 3.5 & 4.0 / 9:30am match time / (Check in 9:30am - 9:55am)    Tuesday PM Ladies / Skill Division: 3.0, 3.5, & 4.0 / 7:00pm match time / (Check in 6:30pm - 6:55pm)    Tuesday PM Mens / Skill Division: 3.0, 3.5, & 4.0 / 7:00pm match time / (Check in 6:30pm - 6:55pm)    Tuesday PM Youth League / Ages 10 to 13 (mixer) / 7:00pm match time / (Check in 6:30pm - 6:55pm)    Tuesday PM Youth League / Ages 14 to 18 (mixer) / 7:00pm match time / (Check in 6:30pm - 6:55pm)         **Age level 14-18 may combined with adults if not enough players    Wednesday PM Mixer / Skill Division:  3.0 & 3.5 / 7:00pm match time / (Check in 6:30pm - 6:55pm)     PM Wednesday Mixer / Skill Division: 4.0, 4.5 & Open / 7:30pm match time / (Check in 7:00pm - 7:25pm)       **Skill levels will be combined if not enough players  Format:  "Mixer" combine male and female players.          ...
Question: Can I request later game times?  
Answer: Yes you can, but it is not guaranteed.  We will try and accommodate the requests, but remember they are just requests. 
Question: Does my reservation include use of the power/water?
Answer: Yes, there are outlets in the pavilion.  The outlets are good for warming food and the use of a stereo. The outlets cannot accommodate the use of a bounce house.  A bounce house must have its own generator. There are drinking fountains, but the use of hoses and water from a spigot are not available for the public to use.
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: Will we play teams from our Region?
Answer: In pool play you will not.  We will schedule you against teams that you may not have the opportunity to play during the regular season.  Bracket games depend on the outcome of pool games so we cannot guarantee anything there.
Question: Where should I park?
Answer: Parking is very limited at Seegmiller Farm. We recommend you showing up early to try to get a spot (if you show up 10 minutes before, you will probably be parking three blocks away). There are more parking spots avaiable at George Washington Academy down the road from the farm. 
...p; Start Time Information: 9:00am Half Marathon Distances (Runners and Competitive Walking Division)  9:15am 5K  11:00am Move IT! Kids Expo/ Packet Pickup: Friday, January 18, 2019, from 1 to 9 pm at the Dixie Convention Center.  Registration will be available at the Expo/Packet Pickup for an additional fee and no shirt is guaranteed.  Award and Medals: Awards will be 3 persons deep in each 5-year age category for both Men and Women. All Half Marathon, 5K, and Move It! Kids Finishers will receive a medal upon completion! Time Limits: Please be aware that all athletes must finish the race in 3 hours and 30 minutes- roughly a 16-minute mile. Athletes who have not finished by this time will be allowed to stay on the course but will not have course support, the clock will be stopped and taken down, and those over 3.5 hours will receive and DNF (did not finish) in the official results.  Competitive Walking Division: The 2018 Snow Canyon Half Marathon will be the first time in which we'll offer a competitive walking division. We're excited to host this new category at this already outstanding event. For more information on race walking and power walking, please click here or here. Races walkers and power walkers are welcome to compete in the 5K, but we are only offering a special walking division (with awards) for the half marathon. We will have staff on the course to make sure our competitive walkers and actually walking and not running, so follow the honor system and stay walking or you will be caught! Please note that there will be a 3.5-hour time limit for all division's including this division (in correlation with the 3.5-hour time limit for the half marathon), so we recommend that casual walkers not sign up for this division.  The St. G...
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. 
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: I registered online, do I still need to bring cans?
Answer: Yes. Bring your cans with to Friday's 'packet pickup' at the City Commons Building (220 N. 200 E., St. George) from 4-8 pm or with to the race Saturday morning and put them in the donation bin (Saturday morning 'packet pickup' starts at 8:15) at Seegmiller Farm, the location where the Turkey Trot and Harvest Festival will take place. 
Question: What do you mean by 'packet pickup'? Do I get a packet full of stuff?
Answer: No, you do not get a packet full of stuff. By 'packet pickup', we are referring to the time you can come in and get your bib number (you get a bib although it is a fun run with no official results) and where you can come to register or drop off your canned goods. You will get a raffle ticket for the giveaways we have as well. We recommend you coming on Friday to get your bibs and drop your cans off in order to avoid the lines on Saturday morning. 
The Canyons Softball Complex is a world class softball facility and a neighborhood park combined.  The parking access and field hub area recently been improved with trellis covered pavilions adjacent to the parking lot and raised seat wall planters behind the fields.  Softball tournaments are the typical activity drawing participants to the Huntsman Senior Games, the Heatstroker Tournament, and many others.  The neighborhood park elements include a children's playground, trellis covered pavilions, and restroom facilities.  A pedestrian tunnel under Snow Canyon Parkway connects this facility to the Snow Canyon Trailhead parking lot and Tawa Pond.  The Canyons Softball Complex is a WiFi hotspot.
Peter Cottontail is coming to Tonaquint Park on Monday, April 15! The hunt is open for kids age...
Question: Can I request later game times?  
Answer: Yes you can, but it is not a guaranteed.  We will try and accommodate the requests, but remember they are just requests.  
Question: Does my reservation include use of the power/water?
Answer: Yes, there are outlets in the pavilion.  The outlets are good for warming food and the use of a stereo. The outlets cannot accommodate the use of a bounce house.  A bounce house must have its own generator. There are drinking fountains, but the use of hoses and water from a spigot are not available for the public to use.
... Even if you do not belong to a troop or the scout program all boys are welcome to take the class.
... 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 ...
...p;May 29-31 Time:  8:00-10:30 am Where:  Tonaquint Tennis Complex Age:  11-18  Divisions:  Beginner - Intermediate - Advance Cost:  $60 / person / includes t-shirt & frozen treats / Deadline:  May 22            After May 22nd:   $70 / person / includes t-shirt & frozen treats / Deadline:  May 28   Description: For all skill levels. Great way to kick off the summer!  Come out and join us for this 3 day tennis camp. Tennis camp will consist of drills, games, match play and lots of fun.  Whether you’re a beginner or advance player this camp is for you. Camp will be divided into groups according to skill level.   10-n-Under Summer Tennis Camp  When:  Wednesday, May 29-31 Time:  10:30 am- 12:30 pm Where:  Tonaquint Tennis Complex Age:  6 to 10  Divisions:  Beginner - Intermediate - Advance Cost:  $40 / person / includes t-shirt & frozen treats / Deadline:  May 22            After May 22nd:   $50 / person / includes t-shirt & frozen treats / Deadline:  May 28 Description:  For all skill levels. Great way to kick off the summer!  Come out and join us for this 3 day tennis camp. Tennis camp will consist of drills, games, match play and lots of fun.  Whether you’re a beginner or advanced player this camp is for you. Camp will be divided into groups according to skill level. Camp will be played on 60’ courts using orange low compressed tennis balls.  For more information please contact the ten...
Question: Does my reservation include use of the power/water?
Answer: Yes, there are outlets in the pavilion.  The outlets are good for warming food and the use of a stereo. The outlets cannot accommodate the use of a bounce house.  A bounce house must have its own generator. There are drinking fountains, but the use of hoses and water from a spigot are not available for the public to use.
C.A.T. stands for "Community Action Teams". Community Action Teams are citizens of our community working together to provide a safe, clean, and responsible quality of life. The City of St. George is organized into ten Community Action Teams. Community Action Teams include every resident who lives within the boundaries of their particular C.A.T. team and all departments of the city to include Police, fire, code enforcement, streets, water, power, and parks. The primary goal of our C.A.T. Teams is to work together to find solutions to quality of life issues in each area of our city. We realize concerns in one part of our city may not be a concern in another. This is one reason for organizing our city into ten areas.The City of St. George is the foundation for this philosophy. We encourage every citizen in St. George to get involved in our great community, come to a meeting and find out how you can help. St. George is a great plac...
Question: Do I have to register online?
Answer: No, you can register in person at the City Commons Building at 11/17 or at the event on 11/18. 
... pick up their tournament packet one hour prior to their first game at the complex that your first game is scheduled at. Coaches must have their badge...
...ps.  The Ride Systems App was developed by Utah college students. The company is based in Utah and serves over 300 transit systems.  I love the App. IOS Mobile App Download Here Android Mobile App Download Here 3) Check your computer before you walk out the door to see where your bus is and its’ expected arrival time at www.suntranutah.com  As always, a complete bus schedule is available on www.sgcity.org/suntran/ or you can plan your trip using google maps by putt...
Question: What will the weather be like?
Answer: Due to the constantly changing nature of the weather, pun intended, we can not give you an answer regarding that. Additionally, no one on our staff is a meteorologist so we recommend looking online (at a site that specifically deals with the weather which is not this one) for updates. 
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 become an officer with the St. George Police Department?
Answer: Please visit our Careers portal at https://careers.sgcity.org/policedepartment for mor information.
Question: Where are games played?  
Answer: Most weeks at the Canyons Complex.  Some Thursday nights may be at Little Valley Fields.
Question: When will the schedule be available?  
Answer: The week before games start.  It will be posted on www.quickscores.com.
Question: How do I get a restraining order?
Answer: In Utah, a restraining order must be filed by an attorney, in conjunction with another case of some type that is going through the courts. You may find that a Protective Order or a Stalking Injunction will accomplish what you need.
Question: Can I request later game times?  
Answer: Yes you can, but it is not a guaranteed.  We will try and accommodate the requests, but remember they are just requests.  Contact Nikelle Pledger at (435) 627-4500 if you have concerns.
...sday PM Youth League / Ages 14 to 18 (mixer) **Age level 14-18 may combined with adults if not enough players Tuesday PM Ladies / 8pm / 3.0, 3.5, 4.0 & 4.5 Tuesday PM Mens / 8pm / 3.0, 3.5, 4.0 & 4.5 Wednesday PM Mixer / 8pm / 3.0 & 3.5 Wednesday PM Mixer / 8pm / 4.0, 4.5 & 5.0    Format:  "Mixer" combine male and female players.              **No Partner Needed              **Players are allowed to play up one skill level, skill levels will be check with USAPA / IFP skill rating system.              **Skill Division may be combined if not enough players              **6 week league, your lowest score will be dropped at week 6              **All scores will be updated on Holdmycourt.com website Location:  Little Valley Pickleball Complex / 2149 Horseman Park Drive Early Bird Cost:  $25 / person / per league - Deadline:  Friday, May 25th Regular Cost:  $35 / person / per league - Players will not be allowed to register onsite the day of the league.  All players must be on the roster before league begins.    Players will not be allowed to register onsite the day of the league.  Players will also not be allowed to play until they have paid.  Players will need to pay at the Rec Center or City Commons before being added to the following weeks league roster   &n...
Description Jr. Development clinics utilize a 75% compressed green dot ball and a 78’ court (full size court) to help players between the ages of 10 and 13 and staying within the parameters of the USTA (United States Tennis Association).  Days:  Monday & or Wednesday Time:  Beginner & Intermediate / 4pm to 530pm             Team JD / 4pm to 6pm (Invitation Only!) Packages and Sessions All packages are 6 week long sessions.  Your session begins on your first day of tennis.  Clinics and lessons will be tracked using a high tech system (writing your initials and date on a player profile sheet the day of clinics and lessons)   Level and Syllabus Descriptions      Beginner Level  -  For beginner players with little or no tennis experience.       Syllabus for Beginner level players: Week One:  Introduction to forehand ground strokes, grip, and spin.  Intro to parts of the court and racket. Week Two:  Introduction to backhand ground strokes, grip and spin.  Week Three:  Review of forehand and backhand ground stroke, grip and spin.  Introduction to scoring. Week Four:  Review of forehand and backhand ground stroke, grip and spin.  Review of scoring and intro to match play Repeat to Week One        Intermediate Level -  Players with some tennis experience who can demonstrate proper strokes at times.            Prerequisite for intermediate level:  Knowledge of scoring, ground stroke grips, parts of the court and the forehand and backhand ground stroke components.  Players must have a fundamental swing using topspin, and ...
...day, November 17th / Mixed Doubles 12+ & 35+ **Skill & Age may be combined if not enough teams** **If more than 13 teams per age/skill divis...
Question: I am a male victim of domestic violence. What help is available to me?
Answer: If you live within the City of St. George, or the crime occurred in the city, contact Victim Services at the St. George Police Department. Victim Advocates will be able to help you determine if you may qualify for a Protective Order and can assist you in completing the application.
Question: I am a victim of a crime. Do I have to go to all of the court hearings?
Answer: You are always welcome at the court hearings but your presence is not required. The only time it is mandatory for you to attend is when you receive a subpoena to attend. 
...has a 105' ladder with a platform.  Our newest truck, a ladder/pumper combination, has a 107' stick ladder.
Come Play Spring Ball starting in Feb! 16 game guarantee for Double Headers; 9 game guarantee for Single Headers. Division Elite Level: The best athletic and talented teams. Teams that might play in competitive tournaments. Most competitive league in the program. 5 HR limit, then 1+ per game. (Formerly C teams) Skilled Level: This level is for the average athlete and team. This is for a team looking for an average level of competition. Teams are allowed 3 HR's per game. (Formerly high D teams) Re...
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  
Question: I was a victim of a crime. How do I find out about the court process?
Answer: Victim Services at the St. George Police Department has a Court Book that will answer most of your questions about the process. You can come by the station and we will be happy to provide you with a copy of this booklet.
Question: What is a Protective Order and who can get one?
Answer: Protective Orders are most commonly used when a person is involved in a domestic violence situation. Some of the requirements for a protective order are: parties are or have been married; cohabitated together; have a child in common or are related by blood. A protective order may allow you to put certain restrictions against this person. Other requirements may be necessary and you may call Victim Services to find out if you meet the qualifications. Forms are also available at www.utcourts.gov.  
...and various types of protective orders. The advocates will assist with the completion of adult or child protective orders and stalking injunction requests for filing with 5th District Court. They will guide you through the process and often accompany victims to the hearings. Information is available for victims of domestic violence, rape, assault, stalking, child abuse, harassment and other types of people crimes. Advocates often attend court proceedings and help the victim through the difficult and sometimes complicated process to which they are subjected. Our office works closely with other agencies in the city on behalf of our clients. If you are a victim of a crime in the city of St. George or have any questions regarding the Victim Services unit, you can reach them Monday through Friday, 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. at (435) 627-4399. If you are calling outside of regular business hours, please leave your name and number and someone will return your call during the next business day.    Instructions for filling out a Request for a Protective Order / Child Protective Order/ Stalking Injunction online.  Go to www.utcourts.gov Click on OCAP-ONLINE COURT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM Set up a user name and a password (a new account). Remember to write it down. Look for the type of protective order you are seeking. Example: Protective order-Adult , Civil Stalking Injunction, Child Protective Order, etc. (click on the order that you are seeking.) Fill it out completely. Print it. Take it to 5th District Court and sign it in front ...
Question: Does my reservation include use of the power/water?
Answer: Yes, there are outlets in the pavilion.  The outlets are good for warming food and the use of a stereo. The outlets cannot accommodate the use of a bounce house.  A bounce house must have its own generator. There are drinking fountains, but the use of hoses and water from a spigot are not available for the public to use.
The City of St. George owns shares in several irrigation companies. The Irrigation Division manages and/or serves as the water master for several of these irrigation companies. The Irrigation Division delivers secondary irrigation water to several City facilities including parks, cemeteries, golf courses, and sports complexes, as well as other large irrigators such as schools, churches, and...
Question: Does my reservation include use of the power/water?
Answer: Yes, there are outlets in the pavilion.  The outlets are good for warming food and the use of a stereo. The outlets cannot accommodate the use of a bounce house.  A bounce house must have its own generator. There are drinking fountains, but the use of hoses and water from a spigot are not available for the public to use.
Question: Does my reservation include use of the power/water?
Answer: Yes, there are outlets in the pavilion.  The outlets are good for warming food and the use of a stereo. The outlets cannot accommodate the use of a bounce house.  A bounce house must have its own generator. There are drinking fountains, but the use of hoses and water from a spigot are not available for the public to use.
...ackdrop to showcase bronze artworks created by professional artists in the community. This colorful park with its bubbling waterfall provides an invit...
Cottonwood Cove Park is a very popular 7 acre community park.  There is a unique playground, two climbing wall, ...
...idential utility service with St. George Utilities:    1. Complete the Residential Utility Application which covers service for electric, water, sewer, and garbage, in most St. George locations. Please submit a copy of a Driver's License, Passport, or state issued ID with each application.   2. If you have had prior service with the City of St. George, any outstanding balances must be brought current before services can be established at a new location.    3. All requests for electric or water service should allow 3 business days (Monday through Friday) for processing. Please check with the seller or landlord of your property to coordinate disconnect and connect dates.    4. If you are renting your residence, there is a $125.00 deposit required at the time of application for all residential services. For business deposits please call 435-627-4700    5. Electric service in the Bloomington and Bloomington Hills area is provided by Dixie-Escalante Rural Electric Association. Their office is located at 145 W. Brigham Road in Bloomington. We provide water, sewer, and garbage only in these areas. An application is required for these city services.    6. If the home you are buying is newly constructed, you will need to request a garbage container from Washington County Solid Waste. You may reach them at 435-673-2813.    7. We accept Visa, Master Card, Checks and Cash.  Payments can be made online by clicking Pay My Utility Bill under the City Services menu.   8. CenturyLink provides local telephone service in our area. Service may be initiated by calling 1- 800-244-1111. Questar provides natural gas. Their phone number is 435-673-7514.    9. Curbside Recycle “BluCan”. Please have your BluCan out by 6:00 am on your pickup day (see http://www.blucan.org/map.html for the schedule). BluCan will be picked up every o...
...utility account. To view a video with instructions please visit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BbJq-sh9FqY
... disabilities and Medicare cardholders.Children: FreeUnder 6 years, when accompanied by a fare-paying adult  Fixed-route Bus Passes If you ride...
Question: Does my reservation include use of the power/water?
Answer: Yes, there are outlets in the pavilion.  The outlets are good for warming food and the use of a stereo. The outlets cannot accommodate the use of a bounce house.  A bounce house must have its own generator. There are drinking fountains, but the use of hoses and water from a spigot are not available for the public to use.
        SunTran Advertising - How to get started   Pick available space to rent. Sign a contract. Pay first and last of ad space. (We hold the last month as a d...
Question: Should my children wear costumes?
Answer: Sure- why not? Children are welcomed to show off their Halloween costumes but they are not required.
Each year, more and more research comes out about how best to train young athletes and protect them from inju...
Before coming to the City of St. George in February of 2018, Adam Lenhard served seven years as the City Manager for the City of Clearfield. He also directed Clearfield’s Community and Economic Development Department, worked in private business a...
Question: Does my reservation include use of the power/water?
Answer: Yes, there are outlets in the pavilion.  The outlets are good for warming food and the use of a stereo. The outlets cannot accommodate the use of a bounce house.  A bounce house must have its own generator. There are drinking fountains, but the use of hoses and water from a spigot are not available for the public to use.
... for a Premium Individual Post Marker $350 $455 Space for a Premium Companion Post Marker $700 $910 Space in a Columbarium $700 $910 ...
...nis growing up. John's favorite part of tennis is the adrenaline rush that comes from playing and competing, and being able to execute shots at high pressure moments. He lov...
...ct. 4. SEC will review the application and determine if the event is "Committee Review" or "Non Committee Review"a. Committee Review: The Special Event Review Committee (SERC) must review the application and meet with the applicant during a SERC meeting. Meetings are held the first Tuesday of each month. The agenda is prepared by the SEC. b. Non Committee Review: The SEC reviews the application. SEC will contact the app...
... by accepting concrete and asphalt rubble from citizens as well as selling compost. The center saves the city nearly $100,000 per year with its operation. The Streets Division disposes of nearly 10,000 tons of asphalt and concrete rubble every year. Rather than hauling it to the landfill and paying to dispose of it, the division crushes the material into road base and reuses it for construction and maintenance purposes. Approximately 6,000 tons of green waste is also collected every year and composted in cooperation with the Washington County Solid Waste District. Over 400 tons of compost is sold at the Reuse Center annually.    The Reuse Center Hours of Operation: 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM Monday - Friday 7:00 AM to 3:00 PM Saturday Closed Sunday Address 575 East Brigham Road   The Reuse Center will be closed on: New Year's Day President's Day Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Memorial Day July 4th July 24th Labor Day Columbus Day Veteran's Day Thanksgiving Day The Day after Thanksgiving Christmas Day   The Reuse Center will be accepting: Concrete rubble without rebar - no chargeConcrete rubble with rebar must be taken to the landfill! Asphalt rubble - no charge Green waste - no charge (The Reuse Center can not accept palm tree clippings, oleander clippings or any green waste mixed with trash. The Reuse Center reserves the right to refuse any material.)   The Reuse Center will also be selling: Roadbase - $7.00 per ton Compost - Unavailable at this time   If you have any questions, pl...
...gust 6th & or 11th (5 Weeks)   Location:  Tonaquint Tennis Complex / 1851 S. Dixie Drive Description: The Munchkin level is a tennis program that is designed to introduce children to the world of tennis. Players will be playing on a 60' tennis court using low compressed balls and a junior size racket. Players will be split into group...
...emes of current exhibits through books and periodicals. A large table with comfortable chairs is fully stocked with interesting materials for leisurel...
Question: Does my reservation include use of the power/water?
Answer: Yes, there are outlets in the pavilion.  The outlets are good for warming food and the use of a stereo. The outlets cannot accommodate the use of a bounce house.  A bounce house must have its own generator. There are drinking fountains, but the use of hoses and water from a spigot are not available for the public to use.
...o the most convenient for tours. The park across the street gives groups a comfortable place to go if they choose to wait for the firefighters to come back after a call.   Fire Station 8 – 1096 West Bluegrass...
...to report you can contact St. George Police Dispatch at (435) 627-4300 Welcome to the St. George Police Department Citizens Online Police Reporting System. Using this online citizen police report system allows you to submit a report to be reviewed by an officer. If the event you are reporting occurred within St. George City limits, please confirm the following to find out if online citizen police report filing is right for you:   Is this an emergency? Did this incident occur somewhere other than the City of St. George? Are there any known or potential suspects? Is there an on-going threat of violence? (Call 911 if happening now) Is there any apparent evidence that needs to be collected (Fingerprint, Footprint, Property)? Does the total value of the property stolen or damaged exceed $1,500 dollars? Does this involve a domestic partner (roommate, spouse, co-habitant)? If you answered yes to any of the questions please look at our Online Citizen Police Report Frequently Asked Questions section, or contact dispatch at (435)627-4300 to have an officer take your report. If you answered no to all of the questions, you are ready to file your report online. Upon completion of this reporting process you will receive confirmation that you...
... and prepares long-term capital budgets.   The rapid growth in this community has fueled 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 built multiple parks, trails and sports complexes.   The city has started to update its Parks and Recreation...
...George. They work around the clock to keep city facilities safe, clean and comfortable for public use. 
Question: If I register at packet pickup or at the expo, do I get a shirt?
Answer: Not necessarily. We can not give you a shirt at packet pickup as those go to who pre-registered. Check with us after the event to see if we have extra shirts. In the case we do, you can get one. They will be given out at a first come, first serve basis. 
Question: May I borrow the books and reference materials?
Answer: No, but you’re welcome to spend as much time as you like studying the materials in the Museum.
Question: Do you accept donations of reference materials for this area?
Answer: The Museum welcomes donations of art books and periodicals.
Question: Does my reservation include use of the power/water?
Answer: Yes, there are outlets in the pavilion.  The outlets are good for warming food and the use of a stereo. The outlets cannot accommodate the use of a bounce house.  A bounce house must have its own generator. There are drinking fountains, but the use of hoses and water from a spigot are not available for the public to use.
...icipant is required to wear a helmet. Kneepads and elbow pads are highly recommended.
... the Washington County Water Conservancy District demonstration garden and community garden.   * No Reservations the weekend of Marathon *
...ty trailers, and a 6x6 all-terrain vehicle.  Our newest pumper/ladder combination truck was recently delivered, and should be in service soon. V...
...ties.  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 oversee the availability and application for grant monies. Solicit matching funds from the community where necessary. Maintain contact with State and Federal agencies and councils that provide assistance to the arts.   ARTS COMMISSION MEMBERS   Sherlynn Davis, Chairman   Bette Arial, City Council Liaison   Kam Capik, Museum Liaison Paul Abegg, At Large   Jim Sevy, At Large   Marianne L. Hamilton, At Large   John C. Kessler, At Large   Karman Wilson, At Large   Jane K. Anderson, At Large   Robert Schmidt, WCSD Liaison  Ron Woodbury, At Large     The St. George Arts Commission is accepting general fund arts grant applications for the fiscal 2018/2019 year. Please reference the new grant guidelines at the website. Applications are accepted monthly no later than the 2nd Thursday of each month and will be open until April 13, 2018.  All General Fund Grant Award funds are required to be expended by June 30, 2019. Completed applications can be mailed or turned in to the following address: St. George Arts Commission c/o Arts & Events Division 68 East Tabernacle Street       St. George, UT 84770   For information (435) 627-4510   The availability of funds will be contingent upon approval of the St. George City Council. The St. City of St. George-Arts Component will be accepting applications for the 2019/2020 RAP Tax Grants in the Spring of 2019. Watch for details. The City of St. George is accepting  RAP Tax Grants for the 2017 year. The grant applications and guidelines are available below. (Arts Component Guidelines 2018 and Arts Component Grant Application 2018). Application deadline is 5:00 PM, Friday, March 31, 2019.  Please note this is a competitive grant process, not an entitlement program. The citizens of Washington County and its various cities have generously voted to allow their tax dollars to fund art, cultural activities, programs and organizations in our community. This is a gift and a responsibility for each successful applicant.   Questions may be directed to Gary Sanders, Community Arts and Exhibits Manager (435) 627-4510 or email gary.sande...
Question: Does my reservation include use of the power/water?
Answer: Yes, there are outlets in the pavilion.  The outlets are good for warming food and the use of a stereo. The outlets cannot accommodate the use of a bounce house.  A bounce house must have its own generator. There are drinking fountains, but the use of hoses and water from a spigot are not available for the public to use.
... Amico   Youth Clinic - Monday, May 20th @ 5:00 pm at the Canyons Complex Cost - $5 for each participant to come out.
Question: If I register at packet pickup or the expo, do I still get a shirt?
Answer: Not necessarily. We can not give you a shirt at packet pickup as those go to who pre-registered. Check with us after the event to see if we have extra shirts. In the case we do, you can get one. They will be given out at a first come, first serve basis. 
...ture a 'Runner Spotlight' where we highlight a member of the local running community, a 'Town's Treasure' where we showcase a hidden gem of a location in Washington County, a brief on an upcoming event, a list of upcoming events and links for more information, an event recap where we tell ...
Question: What does the city do with all of its old vehicles and equipment?
Answer: Per city policy all city equipment is sold through a state-contracted auction company several times per year. 
...al Information   The City Council responds to requests and receives comments from citizens to plan and carry out transportation improvements in...
Question: What should I wear? 
Answer: Clothing: All students must wear clothing that allows for a full range of movement. Tops with cap sleeves are recommended.   Shoes: Non-marking footwear with laces or straps must be worn. Avoid tennis shoes, as they will prevent turning and may cause injury. Open-toed shoes are highly discouraged.   MALES: May wear dress or ballroom shoes, excluding Latin shoes. FEMALES: May wear flats or low heels, including Latin heels or ballroom pumps. Heels in excess of 2.5 inches will not be allowed.
...ervice 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...
...ure that the information made available on maps.sgcity.org is accurate and complete. Due to factors beyond the control of the City, however, it cannot guarantee against unauthorized modifications of information or errors made in inputting and posting data. The information shown on maps.sgcity.org was compiled from various sources and should not be considered authoritative fo...
...icipant is required to wear a helmet. Kneepads and elbow pads are highly recommended.
...e taught correct grips, stance, strokes and strategy.  It is highly recommended that players come to these clinics knowing the rules to the game of pickleball. Visit o...
...e 1930's to store beet seed for a sugar beet factory. The Utah-Idaho Sugar Company, after determining that sugar beet seed was a good "cash" crop, built the building in 1934, using it along with the already existing opera house and another building which is now the Social Hall. This was the start of a business that would last for 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 Frames with Art That Goes Beyond. The year 2017 featured special events and exhibits to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the St. George Art Museum's beautiful h...
Mayor’s Message Spring, 2018 With nice spring weather comes the opportunity to enjoy biking, running, walking, or hiking in and around the St. George area. I’m so excited to have the paved trail between Bloomington and the Dixie Center open again after being closed due to the nearby I-15 widening. We still have a portion of the “Mayor’s Loop” closed due to construction of a new sewer line between River Road and St. James Park. We’re working as quickly as we can to get it re-opened.  This spring we’ll be doing some assessing of our paved trails to see where we most need to repair and replace. We will set more of a formal maintenance plan to ensure that we keep these trails in good condition for residents and visitors to enjoy. We’re also working to expand the system as we can, and to connect both to neighboring cities and to city streets and commercial areas where possible. We know many people would like to use the trail system for both recreation and as transportation. That brings me to the new LiVe Well St. George Bike Share by Zagster. With the help of sponsors including Intermountain Dixie Regional Medical Center, SelectHealth, Brad Harr & Associates, Dixie State University and Washington County Tourism, we launched the program with 55 bikes and 10 stations in central St. George. Zagster is an app-based system that is simple and affordable. It’s perfect for quick trips downtown, on the DSU campus, near the hospital, or at the Dixie Center and our Confluence Park Trailhead. Tell your neighbors and your visiting friends while they’re in town! It’s a great way to see parts of St. George. We hope to attract more sponsors so we can double the number of bikes and stations before the year ends! Finally, many have asked me when our bicycle skills park will become reality. The answer is: soon! We hope to have the first phase open this summer. It will be located in the Sand Hollow Wash, adjacent to the Sand Hollow Aquatics Center. It will be a great place for riders of all skill levels who want to ride and compete in the dirt and close to home! I hope you enjoy this beautifu...
...ours will receive and DNF (did not finish) in the official results.  Competitive Walking Division: The 2018 Snow Canyon Half Marathon will be the first time in which we'll offer a competitive walking division. We're excited to host this new category at this already outstanding event. For more information on race walking and power walking, please click here or here. Races walkers and power walkers are welcome to compete in the 5K, but we are only offering a special walking division (with awards) for the half marathon. We will have staff on the course to make sure our competitive walkers and actually walking and not running, so follow the honor system and stay walking or you will be caught! Please note that there will be a 3.5-hour time limit for all division's including this division (in correlation with the 3.5-hour time limit for the half marathon), so we recommend that casual walkers not sign up for this division.    American Flyers Race Pacers is proud to help pace the following times at Snow Canyon Half Marathon: 1:30, 1:35, 1:40, 1:45, 1:50, 1:55, 2:00, 2:05, 2:10, 2:15, 2:20, 2:25 and 2:30. Come see the pacing booth at packet pickup and get a pace band even if you don't think you'll be by a pacer. For questions about pacers or pacing for future events with us look for us on Facebook under 'American Flyers Race Pacers' or email us at runwithwalter@gmail.com  
Question: Does my reservation include use of the power/water?
Answer: Yes, there are outlets in the pavilion.  The outlets are good for warming food and the use of a stereo. The outlets cannot accommodate the use of a bounce house.  A bounce house must have its own generator. There are drinking fountains, but the use of hoses and water from a spigot are not available for the public to use.
Question: Does my reservation include use of the power/water?
Answer: Yes, there are outlets in the pavilion.  The outlets are good for warming food and the use of a stereo. The outlets cannot accommodate the use of a bounce house.  A bounce house must have its own generator. There are drinking fountains, but the use of hoses and water from a spigot are not available for the public to use.
Question: What happens if I get ejected from a game?
Answer: Unfortunately, this occurs, but we are open to appeals for ejections in written form to the Sportsmanship Committee within two days of occurrence. 
Question: Can I request later game times?  
Answer: Yes you can, but it is not a guaranteed.  We will try and accommodate the requests, but remember they are just requests.  Contact Nikelle Pledger at (435) 627-4500 if you have concerns.
Question: When will the schedule be available?  
Answer: The week before games start.  It will be posted on www.quickscores.com.
  Teams of up to 5 people compete for the chance to win great prizes!   For more information see the Fashion Show flyer (coming soon!) and download your entry form below. Download and print the P...
Question: Where are games played?  
Answer: Most weeks at the Canyons Complex.  Some Thursday nights may be at Little Valley Fields.
...ooms       City programming No Charge   Community Programs programming  No charge (provide their own security)   Facility Resident non-profit organization $10 per hour (resident at least 6 uses per year)   Non-commercial (501(c)3  $15 per hour   Commercial $30 per hour       Theater space  (Refundable Deposit $250, Includes up to 2 technicians; sound, Light, stage or house manager as determined by city staff. Additional technician fees above the included $25/hour  Minimum of 2-hour booking.)       City programming No Charge   Commercial programming $120 per hour   Non-commerical (501(c)3 $80 per hour   Resident Performance Companies (501(c )3) performance organizations who contract to produce a mi...
...otics class. Building and programming to meet different challenges and overcome obstacles. This class will be split for beginners and intermediate students (who've taken the beginner class or are comfortable with the programming and building). Intermediate students will learn more about sensors and robot design to overcome challenges and obstacles.   Lego WeDo Robotics-  WeDo Rob...
Question: Do I need to live in the City of St. George for my child to attend?
Answer: No. We welcome all children from any city or state in our program.
  Next Community Meeting -- October 24, 2018 @ 6:00 p.m.    The City of St. George is hosting a second open house for the citywide Parks, Recreation, Arts and Trails Master Plan. The informal open house will be from 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. on Wednesday, October 24th, at Dixie Middle School (929 S 100 E, St. George UT 84770). Presentation and informational displays will include a summary of the recently completed survey, feedback from the September open house and community ideas for citywide improvements. Attendees will be asked to help identify core community goals and prioritize specific projects for the future.   The new Master Plan will guide the City's efforts for providing high quality, community-driven parks, trails, arts and recreation opportunities across St. George. The Plan will include goals for the City’s park and recreation system, a listing of specific improvements, and implementation strategies to make it happen.   How can St. George’s parks and open spaces meet your family's recreation needs?  We want to hear from you!    The city has started to update its Parks and Recreation Master Plan, which was previously adopted in 2006. The new citywide Master Plan will establish a roadmap for providing high quality, community-driven parks, trails, natural areas, and recreation offerings throughout St. George.   Citizen input is crucial to make sure recreational goals and priorities are consistent with community needs and desires. There will be several opportunities for you to participate, including an online survey, public meetings, and stakeholder discussions. This process gives us an excellent opportunity to identify ways in which to best serve the recreational needs of our growing community over the coming 10 years. The review and adoption of the updated Parks and Recreati...
... & 5.  Players will be playing in the service boxes using red low compressed balls and jr. size rackets.  Class will focus on parts of t...
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.    Non-Emergency Numbers St. George Cit...
Question: Does my reservation include use of the power/water?
Answer: Yes, there are outlets in the pavilion.  The outlets are good for warming food and the use of a stereo. The outlets cannot accommodate the use of a bounce house.  A bounce house must have its own generator. There are drinking fountains, but the use of hoses and water from a spigot are not available for the public to use.
... & 5.  Players will be playing in the service boxes using red low compressed balls and jr. size rackets.  Class will focus on parts of t...
Question: Does my reservation include use of the power/water?
Answer: Yes, there are outlets in the pavilion.  The outlets are good for warming food and the use of a stereo. The outlets cannot accommodate the use of a bounce house.  A bounce house must have its own generator. There are drinking fountains, but the use of hoses and water from a spigot are not available for the public to use.
...onomic development, preservation of the unique character and warmth of our community and conservation of the natural beauty of this area. Our goal is ...
Come Play Fall Ball starting in October! Divisions 5 Home Run League: The best athletic and talented teams. Teams that might play in competitive tournaments. Most competitive league in the program. 5 HR limit, then 1+ per game. (Formerly C teams) 3 Home Run League: This level is for the average athlete and team. This is for a team looking for an average level of competition. Teams are allowed 3 HR's per game. (Formerly high D teams) 1 Home Run League: Players and team skills are very basic and not advanced. Teams generally have few to no players capable of hitting a HR. Teams are allowed 1 HR per game. All other balls hit over the outfield fence will result as an out. (Formerly low D/E teams)   Schedules will be abailable the week before games start.  It will be posted on www.quickscores.com.
...o enables us to provide dynamic exhibitions and innovative educational and community outreach programs for art lovers of every age in our community. As a new or renewing Member of the Museum you are invited to ex...
Arts: Arts Facilities: Art Museum: March 23 – July 6, 2019 Main Gallery Water by Downey Doxey-Marshal, Mezzanine Gallery Things that Matter by Coalition of Artists with Purpose (31 Textile Artists) Legacy Gallery Vulnerability by McGarren Flack   There are few things that really matter. In this grouping of exhibits, we find essentials. Water is more important than food. Much of our bodily composition is water, and we can go much longer without food than we can go without water. Water is beautiful, powerful, calm, stormy. It is essential. Downy Doxey-Marshall bring us water.   Things that Matter brings us viewpoints and creations from 31 fiber artists. All of us seem compelled to create, whether in a small private way or in a public artistic arena. While we may not agree with every artists opinion as expressed in their art, museums are places to contemplate safely alternative viewpoints and ideas. In addition to our compulsion to create, we too are political animals, no matter what we vote or don’t. Some of us do not want to be political, but we make choices and it is unavoidable. Artists with a Purpose bring us their ideas about Things That Matter.   At some time in our lives, we will almost all need medical help. Vulnerability examines artistically one EMT’s experience in his work. As both an artist and an EMT, McGarren Flack, shares what he has witnessed. Some of it is difficult to see, but there is truth. Despite the hard scenes that we witness, we know that someone came to help those seriously ill and in need.   We need water; we need to create; we need help. Take in this exhibit of thoughts and ideas brought to us through the efforts of many artists. We need not agree to appreciate.:
... this Request for Qualifications, which are clearly necessary for the completion of all work, shall be considered a requirement although not ...
Question: Does my reservation include use of the power/water?
Answer: Yes, there are outlets in the pavilion.  The outlets are good for warming food and the use of a stereo. The outlets cannot accommodate the use of a bounce house.  A bounce house must have its own generator. There are drinking fountains, but the use of hoses and water from a spigot are not available for the public to use.
Question: How do I know if my child is ready to attend Safety Town?
Answer: Children should be able to sit still and quietly for up to 15 minutes while the community workers do their presentations and/or hands-on activity.
Question: May my child with special needs attend Safety Town?
Answer: City of St. George Safety Town 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, th city welcome their attendance.
...limination tournament. There are two different divisions – A-League (Competitive) and B League (Recreational). Schedules will be sent out s...
Question: Can I request later game times?  
Answer: Yes you can, but it is not guaranteed.  We will try and accommodate the requests, but remember they are just requests. 
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.
...d 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 come and find you. For health reasons, parents please dispose of diapers in...
...including matters involving land use and development, real estate, zoning, community redevelopment, and environmental issues. They are committed to providing the highest quality legal representation possible to...
...consist of 5 people (Open Men, Open Women, and Co-Ed) with each individual completing a minimum of two legs (roughly 5 miles each) of the relay. For t...
...s the Move It! Kids Criterium (10 am) where children 15 and under can compete in races against kids their own age. Races were will be grouped by ...
Question: If I register at packet pickup or at the expo, do I get a shirt?
Answer: Not necessarily. We can not give you a shirt at packet pickup as those go to who pre-registered. Check with us after the event to see if we have extra shirts. In the case we do, you can get one. They will be given out at a first come, first serve basis. 
...ed, strengthening and cardio.  Are you ready for the challenge?  Come out and let's find out!   H.I.I.T Liveball is a non instructional clinic. Age & Skill 12+ / All Skill Levels Welcome Cost $5 per person Days Thursdays Time 7pm to 8:30pm Location ...
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: Can I request later game times?  
Answer: Yes you can, but it is not guaranteed.  We will try and accommodate the requests, but remember they are just requests. 
Question: Does my reservation include use of the power/water?
Answer: Yes, there are outlets in the pavilion.  The outlets are good for warming food and the use of a stereo. The outlets cannot accommodate the use of a bounce house.  A bounce house must have its own generator. There are drinking fountains, but the use of hoses and water from a spigot are not available for the public to use.
Description Jr. Development clinics utilize a 75% compressed green dot ball and a 78’ court (full size court) to help players between the ages of 10 and 13 and staying within the parameters of the USTA (United States Tennis Association).  Summer Days and Time (June 4th-August 9th 2019) Monday/Wednesday/ & or Friday 8:00-9:30 am  Regular Days and Time (August 19th 2019-May 2020) Monday/Wednesday/ & or Friday 4:00-5:30 pm Location:  Tonaquint Tennis Center / 1851 South Dixie Drive   Packages and Sessions All packages are 6 week long sessions.  Your session begins on your first day of tennis.  Clinics and lessons will be tracked using a high tech system (writing your initials and date on a player profile sheet the day of clinics and lessons) Package A:  $70 / person / Clinic once a week + Youth Session Tournament (Add 6 hour semi/private lessons for $140 savings of $60) Package B:  $130 / person / Clinic twice a week + Youth Session Tournament (Add 6 hour semi/private lessons for $140 savings of $60) Package C:  $170 / person / Clinic 3 times a week + Youth Session Tournament (Add 6 hour semi/private lessons for $140 savings of $60) ** You can now add 6 hour semi/private lessons to any package.  Lessons will be scheduled with our tennis staff.  To schedule lessons please contact us at 435-703-1146 or email wayne.bullock@sgcity.org *Summer packages may roll into Regular times. Dates are listed above Tournaments TBA Skill level and Syllabus Descriptions      Beginner Level  -  For beginner players with little or no tennis experience.        Syllabus for Beginner level players: Week One:  Introduction to forehand ground strokes, grip, and spin.  Intro to parts of the court and racket. Week Two:  Introduction to backhand ground strokes, grip and spin.  Week Three:  Review of forehand and backhand ground stroke, grip and spin.  Introduction to scoring. Week Four:  Review of forehand and backhand ground stroke, grip and spin.  Review of scoring and intro to match play Repeat to Week One        Intermediate Level -  Players with some tennis experience who can demonstrate proper strokes at times.             Prerequisite for intermediate level:  Knowledge of scoring, ground stroke grips, parts of the court and the forehand and backhand ground stroke components.  Players must have a fundamental swing using topspin, and ...
...e State University to present an interactive learning experience!   Come explore the world of science at the St. George Rec Center! W...
J.C.  Snow Park is a 12-acre community park.  Surrounding the central parking lot and restroom faci...
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: Do I need to live in the City of St. George for my child to attend?
Answer: No. We welcome all children from any city or state in our program.
...es to fit everyone's needs and some of the best instructors in town!  Come check out one of our classes today!
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.
Become an American Red Cross Lifeguard! Classes will teach and certify you in the latest methods in Professional Water Rescue, CPR/AED, and First Aid.  Gain the certification necessary to work as a lifeguard at your community swimming pool. A Swim test is required prior to the Lifeguarding Course, which will take place on the first day of class.  This Swimming pretest includes a 300 yard swim, doing either breaststroke, freestyle, or a combination of both, 2 minutes of treading water with no hands, Swimming 20...
Question: Does my reservation include use of the power/water?
Answer: Yes, there are outlets in the pavilion.  The outlets are good for warming food and the use of a stereo. The outlets cannot accommodate the use of a bounce house.  A bounce house must have its own generator. There are drinking fountains, but the use of hoses and water from a spigot are not available for the public to use.
Question: Does my reservation include use of the power/water?
Answer: Yes, there are outlets in the pavilion.  The outlets are good for warming food and the use of a stereo. The outlets cannot accommodate the use of a bounce house.  A bounce house must have its own generator. There are drinking fountains, but the use of hoses and water from a spigot are not available for the public to use.
...d 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...
  Kids can become members of this fun and interactive club being held at the Tonaqu...
Question: Who can attend?
Answer: The whole community! The city encourage anyone, young to old, to join in this amazing outdoor leisure activity.
...l budget and submits it to the City Manager, Mayor, and City Council for recommendations and approval.
Question: Does my reservation include use of the power/water?
Answer: Yes, there are outlets in the pavilion.  The outlets are good for warming food and the use of a stereo. The outlets cannot accommodate the use of a bounce house.  A bounce house must have its own generator. There are drinking fountains, but the use of hoses and water from a spigot are not available for the public to use.
... quick they are to learn. She is looking forward to a lifetime of tennis accomplishments, and hopes to win medals one day in the Senior Games. When Hi...
The City's trail system is composed of both paved and natural surface trails, accommodating a wide range of users. While these trails currently exist for our recreational pleasure, the future system will also provide alternative transportation opportunities. Major population centers throughout the City will be linked by the trail system. Pedestrians, bicyclists, and skaters can all be safely accommodated when simple trail etiquette guidelines are followed. The purpose of this User's Guide is to familiarize trail users with the commonly accepted ways to use trails designed for multiple trail users. As ...
...the City's outstanding park system. The diverse mix of neighborhood parks, community parks, sport facilities and other provide a wide range of activit...
...e City of St. George's Leisure Services Department for the Street Sk8 Competition!   Skaters will be divided into ages groups. Divisions will be 8 Years Old and Younger, Beginner, Intermediate, and Open. Each age group will have a jam session where the judges will watch all of them skate at once and pick the 3 best skaters to do individual rounds for prizes!  Participants must wear a helmet in order to compete. Elbow and Knee Pads are optional. 
...t. George, the Museum is part of the beautiful Pioneer Center for the Arts Complex.  Formerly a sugar beet seed storage facility, the space has b...
... waves of pink, orange, yellow, purple and red!  10/26 Babylon Arch- Come hike among the red cliffs and sand dunes out to a hidden arch along the virgin river.    November Hikes- 11/2 Snow Canyon Overlook- Hike through the flora of the Colorado Plateau to the north edge of Snow Canyon like you've never seen it before! 11/3 The Bowl- Among the towering sandstone cliffs hides a geological oddity craved from water and wind you won't believe it when you see it. 11/16 Candy Cliffs- Hike through juniper trees and sand dunes at the base of the pine valley mountains to find sandstone towers and domes covered in waves of pink, orange, yellow, purple and red!  11/23 Babylon Arch- Come hike among the red cliffs and sand dunes out to a hidden arch along th...
Tarifas Y Pases Puede pagar su pasaje en efectivo o comprar nuestro conveniente pase pre pagado.   Tarifas En Efectivo Puede pagar su pasaje en efectivo simplemente depositando l cantidad exacta en la caja de tarifas. Se requiere la tarifa exacta. Los conductores no tienen cambio.                                               Regular                        $1.00                                               Descuento                    $0.50 Descuento solo para personas mayores (+65), personas con discapacidades y que tengan su tarjeta de Medicare.   Niños de 5 años para bajo pueden viajar gratis con un adulto que page su tarifa   Pases Para Rutas Fijas De Autobús Si usa el autobús regularmente, tal vez le convenga comprar un pase. Tenemos diferentes clases de pases que le ahorrarán tiempo y dinero. Los siguientes pases están disponibles para uso en las rutas de autobús fijos. Los pases no son transferibles.   Pases Por Un Día Valido para viajes ilimitados por un día.   Pases Mensual $30.00 Valido para viajes ilimitados durante un mes.   Tarjeta 10-Viajes Valido para 10 viajes. No expira.                                               Regular                      $10.00                                               Descuento                    $5.00   Tarjeta 10-viajes de descuento es solo para personas que tienen 65 años o más, personas con tarjeta Medicare y que tengan discapacidad calificada.   Pase Semestre – viajes ilimitados durante el semestre Semestre de otoño y primavera                             $90.00 Semestre de verano                                                $45.00   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                       $2.00   Donde Puede Comprar Los Pases Puede comprar los pases en la oficina SunTran, Municipio, Dixie State University libro del mercado, Harmon’s y Lin’s. Puede comprar pases para un día en el autobús.   Transferencia Entre Rutas Si necesita usar más que una ruta para completar su viaje, par favor, informe al conductor de que necesita transfe...
Question: Does my reservation include use of the power/water?
Answer: Yes, there are outlets in the pavilion.  The outlets are good for warming food and the use of a stereo. The outlets cannot accommodate the use of a bounce house.  A bounce house must have its own generator. There are drinking fountains, but the use of hoses and water from a spigot are not available for the public to use.
Question: Driving directions?
Answer:  If you are coming from town or from the freeway make your way to River Road. Go south on river road. After you cross the Virgin River continue south to the third traffic light. There at Fort Pierce you turn right and then make a quick left on 1400 East. At the top of the hill you will find the clubhouse entrance on your right.  
...y out, while maintaining the challenge of a Par of 73. Those who have been coming to play golf in southern Utah for many years have most likely played...
...quaint Cemetery and Tonaquiant Nature Center. Bring your own zombie outfit/come dressed as a zombie and registration is only $5. Don't have a zombie o...
The 1st Annual 4th of July Street Painting Competition is open for Artists of all ages! Show off your chalk skills creating Patriotic themed masterpieces on Main Street between Tabernacle and 100 S.  Contestants will have a 3' by 2.5' area to produce a masterpiece! Competition goes until 3 pm when the winners will be announced. Registratio...
...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 division...
Question: Does my reservation include use of the power/water?
Answer: Yes, there are outlets in the pavilion.  The outlets are good for warming food and the use of a stereo. The outlets cannot accommodate the use of a bounce house.  A bounce house must have its own generator. There are drinking fountains, but the use of hoses and water from a spigot are not available for the public to use.
Question: How are the transition areas assigned?
Answer: The transition will be first come first served. If you get there earlier to check in/set up you can choose your spot in the transition area.
Question: If I register at packet pickup or the expo, do I get a shirt?
Answer: Not necessarily. We can not give you a shirt at packet pickup as those go to who pre-registered. Check with us after the event to see if we have extra shirts. In the case we do, you can get one. They will be given out at a first come, first serve basis. 
Question: Does my reservation include use of the power/water?
Answer: Yes, there are outlets in the pavilion.  The outlets are good for warming food and the use of a stereo. The outlets cannot accommodate the use of a bounce house.  A bounce house must have its own generator. There are drinking fountains, but the use of hoses and water from a spigot are not available for the public to use.
...th to St. George's City Government and advocating for youth throughout the community. CLICK HERE TO APPLY to join the Youth City Council Today! As a collaborative effort, its main objectives are to develop future leaders, give formal voice to youth, engage in civic education and community service and improve conditions for local youth. The Youth City Council is a prestigious organization that replicates the St. George City Council, but is administered by the youth of our community. It is comprised of a Mayor, City Manager, Recorder, Operations Director, Communications Director, Service and Recreation Director, Government Liaison, and Council Members. Members learn about the challenges and successes of local government, gain an understanding of the operations and functions, and take an active interest in addressing issues relating to local affairs, community events and youth issues. Participating in the YCC not only helps improve leadership, project development and management skills, it may just increase the chance of receiving a college scholarship! Application for each upcoming school year open in January of each year and close in the middle of ...
...asured by a single meter at approximately 110 or 240 volts, 60 cycles. The common areas of residential developments will be considered residential service if the owners of the common area are exclusive users and if the total connected load for the common area does not exceed 30 kW. Rates Per Meter Per Month Customer Charge $15.65 0-800 kWh, per kWh $0.075053 > 800 kWh, per kWh .08132 Small General ServiceThis schedule is for single or three-phase non-residential service supplied at the Department's available voltage through a single meter for all service required on the Customer's premises with a power requirement that is not greater than 50kW or 10,000 Kwh during any one (1) month of the prior twelve (12) month period. Customers subject to this rate schedule who fail to qualify under the above condition shall be classified as Large General Service regardless of the period of time during which they qualified under this Schedule. Customers otherwise subject to this rate who fail to qualify under the above conditions shall remain on the Large General Service schedule until the next regular review of accounts is completed. Rates Per Meter Per Month Customer Charge $13.55 Energy Charge:   0-1,500 kWh, per kWh $0.083995 Next 8,500 kWh, per kWh $0.091592 Over 10,000 kWh, per kWh $0.106037 Demand Charge:   0-10 kW, per kW $0.00 (See note) Over 10 kW, per kW $9.70 NOTE: If an external commercial and or temporary construction use is not gong to exceed 5 kW in demand, the City will not require a demand meter be placed. This exception is only for services that serve signs, lighting , irrigation timers and miscellaneous outdoor needs and will be approved by Water & Power Engineering Power Factor Adjustment: If the customer power factor is found to be less than 95 percent, the customer will be penalized 1 percent of the overall billing for each 1 percent below the 95 percent power factor. Large General ServiceThis schedule is for single or three-phase non-residential service supplied at the Department's available voltage through a single meter for all service required on the Customer's premises by Customers with a power requirement of greater than 50 kW or 10,000 Kwh during any one (1) month of the prior twelve (12) month period. It is also applicable to any customer who fails to qualify for Small General Service until the next regular review of accounts is completed. Rates Per Meter Per Month Customer Charge $70.68 ...
... the St. George police and fire departments pride themselves on delivering compassionate service with professionalism in some of life’s most dif...
Come out as a family and find all of southern Utah's hidden gems! We'll hike in some of the most scenic locations the greater St. George area has to offer! Hikes are suited for ages, 50% discount for youth 17 and under. October Hikes- 10/6 Snow Canyon Overlook- Hike through the flora of the Colorado Plateau to the north edge of Snow Canyon like you've never seen it before! 10/13 The Bowl- Among the towering sandstone cliffs hides a geological oddity craved from water and wind you won't believe it when you see it. 10/20 Candy Cliffs- Hike through juniper trees and sand dunes at the base of the pine valley mountains to find sandstone towers and domes covered in waves of pink, orange, yellow, purple and red!  10/27 Babylon Arch- Come hike among the red cliffs and sand dunes out to a hidden arch along the virgin river.    November Hikes- 11/3 Snow Canyon Overlook- Hike through the flora of the Colorado Plateau to the north edge of Snow Canyon like you've never seen it before! 11/10 The Bowl- Among the towering sandstone cliffs hides a geological oddity craved from water and wind you won't believe it when you see it. 11/17 Candy Cliffs- Hike through juniper trees and sand dunes at the base of the pine valley mountains to find sandstone towers and domes covered in waves of pink, orange, yellow, purple and red!  11/24 Babylon Arch- Come hike among the red cliffs and sand dunes out to a hidden arch along th...
Come ride the Carousel in downtown historic St. George. Nestled in next to ...
...; 5.0 - TBA   Events: *Please be aware age and skill events may be combined if not enough players *Match times will be announced 4 days prior to the event Wednesday, March 27th / Mens & Womens Doubles / 50+ & 65+ Thursday, March 28th / Mixed Doubles / 50+ & 65+ Friday, March 29th / Mens & Womens Doubles / Open Saturday, March 30th / Mixed Doubles / Open Skill level within the age divisions:  3.0, 3.5, 4.0, 4.5 & 5.0   Location:  Little Valley Pickleball Complex / 2149 Horseman Park Drive Format:  Double Elimination or Round Robin (6 teams or less) Referees:  Gold medal matches will have a referee Paid Registration will take place through pickleballtournaments.com using Authorize.net.  Paid registration will open December 1st   Online Payment Online payments will take place at pickleballtournaments.com using Authorize.net Early Bird Fees Deadline:  Sunday, March 10...
... been without a bike skills park. Now that need is filled. Snake Hollow encompasses 80 acres of land in west St. George, located primarily on the west side of the park, with some additional courses on the east side along Tuweap Drive. There are hundreds of features and four skills zones: Rattler’s Revenge (dirt jump zone), Snake Den (pump track and skills loop), Venom Drops (gravity skills) and Sidewinder Slopestyle (gravity jump trails). The park includes a large pavilion, restrooms, paved trails, utility connections and a gravel parking lot. As more funding emerges, another pavilion, more restrooms and paved parking are scheduled to be added. “We have seen the mountain bike scene explode in St. George over the past decade. As a city we realize that it's a big reason people are moving to and visiting our area,” said Supportive Services Director Marc Mortensen. “Creating a legitimate bike park to complement what we already have was a no-brainer — and what a great o...
Question: I want to become a volunteer docent, how do I sign up?
Answer: Fill out an application online or in person at the Museum. Call (435) 627-4525 for more information.  
...d   DUMPSTERS - PLEASE DO NOT DUMP TIRES OR PETROLEUM PRODUCTS. NO COMMERCIAL DUMPING is permitted in the dumpsters.   LARGE ITEM PICKU...
...r classrooms.  As curricula in this country focuses more and more on common core subjects of reading and math, many regard art education to be a...
...d a ride to work, school, shopping or somewhere fun, we offer you an easy, comfortable and economical alternative to driving. St. George is committed to providing public transportation service that shines! 
Question: Can I have a discount code to use with my registration?
Answer: Discount codes are offered on a limited basis, with limited avaiablity of usage. When registering online with a discount code, you must register on GetMeRegistered.com to use the code. Discounts will not be accepted the day before or the day of the race. Please note, there are no discounts or free entries to the St. George Marathon. 
Question: Does St. George Races oversee the St. George Marathon?
Answer: St. George Races helps with the St. George Marathon, however, we do not put the event on. To put on the St. George Marathon takes the help from the entire city staff. If you have questions regarding the SGM, please email marathon@sgcity.org or visit their website: www.stgeorgemarathon.com. Since SGR does not oversee the Marathon, discounts and free entires for SGR events are not valid for the marathon. 
Question: How do I qualify for elite runner status? What does elite runner status include?
Answer: Elite Runner Status includes one free race entry into a St. George Races Event.  To qualify to be an elite runner status, you must meet the applicable qualifying time from within the last year:  MEN: for half marathon: 1:13:00 / for 10k: 34:30 / for 5k: 16:30 WOMEN: for half marathon: 1:25:00 / for 10k: 40:00 / for 5k: 19:20  To apply for Elite Status and receive a free entry into an SGR Race, please: Submit your request to races@sgcity.org Attach a copy of your complete Running Resume for the past three years, minimum, to current date. Your running resume should include the name of the race, the location of the race, date of race, official finish time, link to confirm official finish time, and your overall finish place. Be sure to include athlete's name, email address, mailing address, phone number, sex, age, date of birth. 
...sp;Step 2: Re-enter your traffic school course Traffic school must be completed within 30 days of ticket date. • Click here to re-enter your traffic school course Total Cost: $70.00 + Ticket Fine Amount Schedule: Always available Duration: Approximately 4 hours Note: You may log in and out as many times as necessary to complete traffic school. Contact Us For additional traffic school...
Question: Who can attend?
Answer: The whole community! We encourage anyone, young to old, to join in our morning stewardship project.
...pportunities for all who are interested.  We hope to see you soon to Come Run Where The Fun Is!    *Please note: All times listed on...
Question: Does my reservation include use of the power/water?
Answer: Yes, there are outlets in the pavilion.  The outlets are good for warming food and the use of a stereo. The outlets cannot accommodate the use of a bounce house.  A bounce house must have its own generator. There are drinking fountains, but the use of hoses and water from a spigot are not available for the public to use.
Question: Does my reservation include use of the power/water?
Answer: Yes, there are outlets in the pavilion.  The outlets are good for warming food and the use of a stereo. The outlets cannot accommodate the use of a bounce house.  A bounce house must have its own generator. There are drinking fountains, but the use of hoses and water from a spigot are not available for the public to use.
Question: What is the Santa Costume Registration Outfit?
Answer: Because it's a Santa Dash, we are offering a registration option to include a Santa Suit! The Santa Suit will come with a Santa beard, hat, shirt, pants, and belt. If you have your own Santa Suit- wear it to the event! If not and you want to be extra festive, select the Santa Costume option while registering. 
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
Question: Are you hiring?
Answer: We do,on occasion. Keep an eye on the HR job board for new positions that become available. (www.sgcity.org/hr) 
Question: Does my reservation include use of the power/water?
Answer: Yes, there are outlets in the pavilion.  The outlets are good for warming food and the use of a stereo. The outlets cannot accommodate the use of a bounce house.  A bounce house must have its own generator. There are drinking fountains, but the use of hoses and water from a spigot are not available for the public to use.
Question: What services does the Technology Division provide to the citizens and visitors of the City of St. George.
Answer: It has been the firm position of the Technology Division to never compete with the private sector. Except in rare circumstances, support and other services are provided only to city employees. Some services that cannot be provided by the private sector for its citizens and visitors include:City web services and information 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 for special events, such as the St George Marathon.
Question: If I register at packet pickup or the morning of, do I get a shirt?
Answer: Not necessarily. We can not give you a shirt at packet pickup as those go to who pre-registered. Check with us after the event to see if we have extra shirts. In the case we do, you can get one. They will be given out at a first come, first serve basis. 
... 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 hundre...
...e Street.   Volunteers are encouraged to partake in this amazing community stewardship project by improving the habitat for animals and impr...
...a range of skills including bike handling, balancing, jumping and turning. Common components may include a skills trail, pump tracks, flow trails, dirt jumps...
...customer service for city employees and champion any action that increases communication, trust, and employee satisfaction. As the city relies on hig...
This 5.5-acre community park provides direct access to the Halfway Wash Trail and connect...
...that all citizens are aware of their rights to such access. SunTran's Complaint and Investigation ProceduresThese procedures cover all complaints filed under Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color and national origin. These procedures do not deny the right of the complainant to file formal complaints with other state or federal agencies or to seek private counsel for complaints alleging discrimination. Every effort will be made to obtain early resolution of complaints at the lowest level possible. The option of informal mediation meetings(s) between the affected parties and the City of St. George, SunTran, may be utilized for resolution. Any individual, group of individuals, or entity that believes they have been subjected to discrimination prohibited under Title VI may file a complaint. The following measures will be taken to resolve Title VI complaints: 1. A formal complaint must be filed within 180 days of the alleged occurrence. Complaints shall be in writing and signed by the individual or his/her representative, and will include the complainant's name, address and telephone number; name of the alleged discriminating official, basis of complaint (race, color, national origin), and the date of alleged act(s). A statement detailing the facts and circumstances of the alleged discrimination must accompany all complaints. The preferred method is to file your complaint in writing and sending it to: Sharon Hokanson, Human Resources DirectorCity of St. George, SunTran175 East 200 NorthSt. George, Utah 847702. In the case where a complainant is unable or incapable of providing a written statement, a verbal complaint of discrimination may be made to the City of St. George's Human Resources Director. Under these circumstances the complainant will be interviewed, and the Human Resources Director will assist the complainant in converting the verbal allegations to writing. 3. When a complaint is received, the Human Resources Director will provide written acknowledgment to the complainant within ten (10) days by certified mail. 4. If a complaint is deemed incomplete, additional information will be requested, and the complainant will be provided sixty (60) business days to submit the required information. Failure to do so may be considered good cause for a determination of no investigative merit. 5. Within fifteen (15) business days from receipt of a completed complaint, the City of St. George will determine its jurisdiction in pursuing the matter and whether the complaint has sufficient merit to warrant investigation. Within five (5) days of this decision, the City of St. George's Human Resources Director or his/her authorized designee will notify the complainant by certified mail, informing them of the disposition. a. If the decision is not to investigate the complaint, the notification shall specifically state the reason for this decision. b. If the complaint is to be investigated, the notification shall state the grounds of the City of St. George's jurisdiction, while informing the parties that their full cooperation will be required in gathering additional information and assisting the investigator. 6. When the City of St. George does not have sufficient jurisdiction, the Human Resources Director or his/her authorized designee will refer the complaint to the appropriate state or federal agency holding such jurisdiction. 7. If the complaint has investigative merit, the Human Resources Director or his/her authorized designee will instruct the Transit Manager to fully investigate the complaint. A complete investigation will be conducted, and an investigative report will be submitted to the Human Resources Director within sixty (60) days from receipt of the complaint. The report will include a narrative description of the incident, summaries of all persons interviewed, and a finding with recommendations and conciliatory measures where appropriate. If the investigation is delayed for any reason, the Human Resources Director, in conjunction with the Public Works Services Administrator, will notify the appropriate authorities, and an extension will be requested. 8. The Human Resources Director or his/her authorized designee, in conjunction with the Transit Manager, will issue letters of finding to the complainant within ninety (90) days from receipt of the complaint. 9. If the complainant is dissatisfied with the City of St. George's resolution of the complaint, he/she has the right to file a complaint with the Federal Transit Administration at the following address: Federal Transit Administration - Region 8Attention: Civil Rights Officer12300 West Dakota Avenue - Suite 310Lakewood, Colorado 80228720-963-3300Fax: 720-963-3333FTA complaint procedures can also be found at the FTA website at: www.fta.dot.gov. These procedures are also outlined in FTA Circular 4702.1A...
...n a digital Request for Proposals (RFP) packet via email or online at www.sgcity.org under the Economic Development link with the title of “Inn @ St. George Site RFP Packet” or by sending an email with the subject line requesting the “Inn @ St. George Site RFP Packet” to matt.loo@sgcity.org. The (RFP) packet will be sent by the end of the next business day after receipt of your request.   Completed Proposals are to be submitted to Matt Loo, Economic Development -...
...rticipate in to challenge their skills in many sports. Punt, Pass and Kick Competition with the NFL, Fun Shot Competition with Jr. Jazz Association, and Pitch, Hit and Run Competition with MLB. They are held within the sport season held by the City. Jazz FUNSHOT Competition - January 24, 2019 MLB Pitch, Hit and Run - May 2, 2019 Punt, Pass and Kick Competition - TBA   Youth Sports Schedule (dates are approximat...
... are equipped with four-wheel drive and are used for going off-pavement to combat brush and wildland fires.  Each truck holds between 250-400 gal...
Ron Woodbury, At Large Ron began serving on the St. George Arts Commission in January 2019. As a painter and strategic planner, he hopes to contribute to the success of our arts community from both a creative and analytical perspective. Ron paints primarily with acrylic and mixed media. His art has been displayed in a variety of exhibits, cable television features, and galleries in Utah and California.   Ron was born and raised in Las Vegas, lived throughout the southwest, and later moved his family to St. George - the same community settled by his ancestors in the early 1860s. He earned his MBA at California Baptist University, and Certified Chief Executive designation from Wharton, Cornell, and Virginia.   In 2011 he founded Ron Woodbury Consulting - a firm dedicated to providing not-for-profit organizations with strategic planning guidance.  Ron believes that a strong arts culture and nonprofit base is critical to the wellness of a community. When he isn’t painting, planning, or raising his kids, you...
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... line “Andrus Home Landmark Site RFP Packet” or online at www.sgcity.org/economicdevelopment and clicking on the Andrus Home Landmark Site RFP link. Completed proposals are to be submitted to Marc Mortensen, Support Services...
...p;One of those events, the bi-annual “Bike with Pike” event is coming up on Monday, May 7, 2018 at the Confluence Trailhead by the Dixie Center at 6:00 pm.   “Bike with Pike” is family friendly bike ride with Mayor Pike, members of the St. George City Council, St. George Active Transportation Committee and Southern Utah Bicycle Alliance. The event features a free hotdog BBQ, music, bike rodeo and a ride with Mayor Pike along the Mayor's Loop section of the City’s trail system.     Recently, a new pedestrian and bicycle bridge was constructed over the Virgin River parallel to River Road to improve the comfort and safety of all trail users. Mayor Pike, together with members of the Southwest Utah Public Health Department and Southern Utah Bicycle Alliance will ceremoniously open this section of trail for public use at the event.     This is a great opportunity to bring the whole family and their bikes as we celebrate one of the many reasons why we love our great community!   WHO: Everyone is invited and encouraged to bring their bike and helmets. WHAT: Free BBQ, music, bike rodeo for kids and two riding options: Option 1. Ride the Mayor’s Loop along the Virgin River 5.2-mile loop. Option 2. One-mile out and back for young kids.    WHEN: Monday, May 7, 2018 beginning at 6:00 pm. Ride at 6:30 pm.   WHERE: Confluence Trailhead. At the end of Convention Center Drive just south of the Dixie Center in St. George.    Event Sponsors:   Southwest Utah Public Health Department City of St. George St. George Active Transportation Committee St. George Police Department Southern Utah Bicycle Alliance     May is National Bike Month  May is National Bike Month and the perfect time of year to pedal around St. George! This year the City will be teaming up with a number of nonprofit organizations like the St. George Bicycle Collective, LiVe Well St. George Bike Share, Southern Utah Bicycle Alliance, Southwest Utah Public Health Department and the Washington County School District to encourage more people to get up, get out and ride! Judging by the number of bicycles on the back of vehicles around town this spring, the word is out that St. George is a pretty rad place to ride. The great thing about our area is that there is no shortage of venues and facilities to suite everyone’s riding style be it a paved trail, long open-road, dirt trail, slick rock, SK8 Park and even a new bike park beginning construction this summer! At the end of the day, the important thing isn’t so much where you bike or how you bike, it’s that you bike! Biking befits us all in so many ways: it improves overall health, reduces healthcare costs, reduces pollution and traffic congestion, frees up parking spaces and can be extremely social. By simply taking a bike rather than car to run errands a couple of times a week, you not only help yourself but the community as-a-whole. As May approaches we hope that you’ll make a commitment to look for ways to incorporate active transportation, specifically biking, into your weekly recreation and transportation routine. Here are a few events and activities to get you motivated:   Wednesday, May 2- Music & Mechanics/Open stage at the St. George Bicycle Collective (70 West St. George Blvd.). Show your musical and poetic talent! Work on your bike or help us fix bikes while listening and socializing with others. Ride your bike and get a free drink! RSVP on the Collective Facebook page or by texting 435-574-9304. Saturday, May 5- Ironman 70.3 St. George North American Pro Championship. Join us at from 9 am to 2 pm at T2 and the finish line downtown on Main Street. Monday, May 7- Bike with Pike Family Bike Night, 6 pm to 8 pm, Confluence Trailhead. Hotdog BBQ and drinks. Ride Mayor’s Loop at 6:30 pm. Free event. Wednesday, May 9- National Bike to School Day. Give your parents a break and ride your bike to school!   Friday, May 11- Bike Date Night Downtown. It’s a date! Ride with a significant other or as a group downtown to one of our fantastic restaurants. Monday, May 14 to Friday, May 18- National Bike to Work Week. Ride your bike to work one day or every day this week. Friday, May 18- National Bike to Work Day. Ride your bike to work and stop by our pit stop downtown on St. George Boulevard for a bagel, OJ and some coffee on your morning commute. 7 am to 9 am at the St. George Bicycle Collective (70 West St. George Boulevard). Friday, May 25-Movie Bike Night. Sunset on the Square summer movie series presents the 10th Anniversary of “The Fly Boys,” an original movie shot in St. George. Movie is at Town Square and begins at dusk. Free event. For more information please visit us online at www.sgcity.org/bikemonth or visit the City Even Calander www.sgcity.org/eventcalendar  
...cipal Pool offers lap swimming, water aerobics, and facility reservations. Come and swim with us this Summer Season!!!    Pool Hours ...
Question: Does my reservation include use of the power/water?
Answer: Yes, there are outlets in the pavilion.  The outlets are good for warming food and the use of a stereo. The outlets cannot accommodate the use of a bounce house.  A bounce house must have its own generator. There are drinking fountains, but the use of hoses and water from a spigot are not available for the public to use.
Question: Does my reservation include use of the power/water?
Answer: Yes, there are outlets in the pavilion.  The outlets are good for warming food and the use of a stereo. The outlets cannot accommodate the use of a bounce house.  A bounce house must have its own generator. There are drinking fountains, but the use of hoses and water from a spigot are not available for the public to use.
...ren ages 5-8 years old who can perform the prerequisite skills are also welcome. Prerequisite skills: Handstands, cartwheels and round-off handsprings, as well as multiple standing and running back handsprings.   Tumbling Level 3a Tumbling Level 3a is an advanced level tumbling class for athletes ages 9 and up; however children ages 5-8 years old who can perform the prerequisite skills are also welcome. Prerequisite skills: Round off back handspring and a standing back handspring performed by themselves.   Tumbling Level 3b Tumbling Level 3b is an advanced level tumbling class for athletes ages 9 and up; however children ages 5-8 years old who can perform the prerequisite skills are also welcome.  Class will meet for 1.5 hours instead of 1 hour. Prerequisites: Be able to complete multiple back handsprings without a spotter.   Tumbling Pri...
... with stone. All tools and supplies are included. All skill levels are welcome! Classes Tuesday and Thursday 9 AM - 12 PM or 12 PM - 3 PM
Question: Do I need to bring my own equipment?
Answer: No. The Recreation Center has rackets, racquetballs, and eye protection. However, you are more than welcome to bring your own!
...- ballet. Older beginner students and students with previous experience welcome in this mixed class.   Beginner Adult Ballet - class designed for ages 16+ with little or no experience. This class will work on clean techniques and correct form as well as strength building. Returning adults with previous dance experience are also welcome. Ballet is a great way to get in shape while building lean muscle and ...
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.
...vings thru increased efficiency, better informed decision making, enhanced communication, accessible and simplified record keeping and increased citiz...
...ipal Airport - SGU4550 S. Airport ParkwaySt. George, UT 84790(435) 634-5822www.flysgu.com OR McCarran International Airport - LAS5757 Wayne Newton BoulevardLas Vegas, NV 89119(702) 261-5211 Ground Transportation St. George Shuttle(435) 628-8320 OR (800) 933-8320www.stgeorgeshuttle.comReservations required to guarantee seatSt. George Express(435) 652-1100www.stgeorgeexpress.comReservations required to guarantee seat
...ipal Airport - SGU4550 S. Airport ParkwaySt. George, UT 84790(435) 634-5822www.flysgu.com OR McCarran International Airport - LAS5757 Wayne Newton BoulevardLas Vegas, NV 89119(702) 261-5211 Ground Transportation St. George Shuttle(435) 628-8320 OR (800) 933-8320www.stgeorgeshuttle.comReservations required to guarantee seatSt. George Express(435) 652-1100www.stgeorgeexpress.comReservations required to guarantee seat
Question: Can I request later game times?  
Answer: Yes you can, but it is not guaranteed.  We will try and accommodate the requests, but remember they are just requests. 
...reservations for a hotel as soon as possible as November is a busy month - www.sgcity.org/hotels. 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. 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...
Question: Do I need to reserve a court before I come in?
Answer: The courts are first come first serve, it's recommended that you calling ahead of time and schedule a court to ensure you get to play!
...th thru Saturday, October 12th   Please visit pickleballtournaments.com for all Pre Registration and Paid Registration Pre Registration begins...
Question: How far out can we make a tee time? 
Answer: Here are the booking policies for all 4 courses: Sunbrook Golf Club: 60 days in advance Southgate Golf Club: 14 days in advance St. George Golf Club: 14 days in advance Dixie Red Hills: 30 days in advance Tee times can be made by calling golf courses or online at www.stgeorgecitygolf.com
Question: What are the rules for the Wibit?
Answer: You must Start where the Line Forms Once you go down the slope you need to exit the Pool No Pushing People Off No Rough Play No Standing on top of the Walls or 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 Side of the Pool, Get Out, and Then Get Back In Line Swim Test Required You Must be Wearing a Wristband Showing that You Completed the Swim Test    
...2018.  There will be a coaches meeting on 4/30 at the St. George City Commons.   
Question: What do I need to do to take a Swim Test to use the Wibit ?
Answer: There is a designated area of the lap pool used to do swim tests on Saturday while the Wibit is up.  Please look for the Sand Hollow Aquatic Center Employee that is giving out Wristbands.  They will be the one to give you the Swim Test which includes the participant swimming 25 yards across the lap pool without any help.  The swimmer is not allowed to use flotation devices, stop, or touch the bottom during the test. Once the test had been completed the swimmer will receive their wristband and be able to use the Wibit for the rest of the open swim hours.  Swim tests will need to be retaken every week.
Come Join us on Saturdays from 12:00 - 6:00 pm to experience our aquat...
Question: What day will my BluCan curbside recycling be collected?
Answer: Recycling will be collected on the same day as your regular trash collection day every other week but by a separate company so may occur at different times that same day.
...available at these locations.  All finishers will receive a medal to commemorate the event. Awards will be given out to the top three finishers ...
Question: If I register at packet pickup or at the expo, do I get a shirt?
Answer: Not necessarily. We can not give you a shirt at packet pickup as those go to who pre-registered. Check with us after the event to see if we have extra shirts. In the case we do, you can get one. They will be given out at a first come, first serve basis. 
...lides, a parade, 4k race, tons of games and countless memories! Be sure to come out to Town Square and join this Independence Day for a Celebration li...
...nheimer by Kai Bird and Martin Sherwin   November 21- When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi   December 19- Superintelligence: Paths,...
Question: Who will be instructing my child?
Answer: One of our local professionals in Rugby along with some of the high school students who are actively engaged in the sport come out to teach the younger generation the game.
...d 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...
Question: Can I request later game times?  
Answer: Yes you can, but it is not guaranteed.  We will try and accommodate the requests, but remember they are just requests. 
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.
...anization, run by students from the high schools and middle schools in the community. We spend time every week engaged in service projects, learning how to become a leader, engaging with our City council and having fun. Everybody in the Council will get a chance to lead a group of peers to complete service projects and other activities. This is a great opportunity...
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, and 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: What opportunities are available in the Youth City Council?
Answer: Every year, the Youth City Council selects its officers, allowing members to be responsible for a specific portfolio. Any member of the Council is also eligible to be a project manager for any activity the Council participates in. Project managers will lead a committee, then direct the Council at the time of the project.
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Question: What is the Time Commitment required to be on the council?
Answer: Members must attend 80% of the weekly meetings and the bi-weekly meetings held during the summer before the school year starts. Meetings usually last between 1 to 1 ½ hours. Prior notification should be given to the recorder if a student needs to be absent. Extended absences may be excused under special circumstances. There are other time commitments to fulfill service projects or plan projects. These are scheduled by project supervisors or committee chairs.
Question: Is there any way to play for free?
Answer: Most tournaments need help setting up nets. Those that come early and set up nets get to play for free. UOVA puts on a Net Setup Clinic at the beginning of each season to show you the proper way to set up (and take down) the UOVA nets. Attendees are put on a list. It is recommended that tournament directors use people on that list to set up their nets. If you are interested in helping set up, you will need to contact the tournament director ahead of time (at least a couple days before the tournament) to make arrangements.
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.
...n 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 begin on Wednesday, May 22, 2019 and run through Saturday, May 25, 2019. The complete array of information is on this site; however, if any clarificatio...