May is National Bike Month Please join the City of St. George in Activities all month long including  

  • May 5, 2017 -Proclamation from Mayor Jon Pike at City Council
  • May 8, 2017 Bike With Pike-Join Mayor Jon Pike and City Council at Confluence Park for a bike ride beginning at 6:00
  • May 10, 2017-National Bike to School Day- Instead of driving your child to school this day walk or bike with them.
  • May 12, 2017 St. George Bike Film Festival at the Electric Theater 7:00 pm
  • May 15-19, 2017  National Bike to Work Week - Leave the car at home and have a ride your bike to work.
  • May 19, 2017 National Bike to Work Day -  Make a Pit stop at Main Street and St. George Boulevard for a snack in the morning.
  • For more detailed information on these events and other City Events Please follow this link to the Events Calendar

St. George’s location, natural resources, mild weather during most of the year, and extensive existing network of paved and natural surface trails have made walking and bicycling (or active transportation) popular forms of transportation and recreation.

St. George seeks to improve upon the city’s and region’s reputations for healthy activity by proposing policies and standards, programs, and infrastructure 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:


  •                 Coordination & Planning
  •                 Education, Promotion, & Encouragement
  •                 Funding
  •                 Maintenance
  •                 Network, Facilities, & Design
  •                 Safety
  •                 Other 




City Hall
175 East 200 North
Fax: 435-627-4731


Monty Thurber
Engineering Associate