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City Easter Egg Hunt

The Easter Bunny is coming to hide eggs at Millville South Park! Bring your Easter basket and camera and come join the fun.  Saturday, April 16th, Millville South Park at 10:00am SHARP! The eggs will be divided into different areas of the park in these age categories: 1-2,  3, 4-5, 6-7,  8-9,  10-11, and a NEW category... age 12! There will be an extra prize for the “Golden Egg” in each age category.

 

2022 Meeting Schedule

The public is hereby given notice that the City Council of Millville City will conduct regular meetings on the second and fourth Thursdays of each month in 2022 with meetings beginning at 7:00 p.m. The Planning Commission will meet on the first and third Thursday of each month (as needed) with meetings beginning at 8 p.m. All meetings will be held at the City Office, 510 East 300 South, Millville, Utah, unless otherwise advertised.

 

Irrigation Water Shares Still Available

Millville City still has irrigation water shares available for lease for a four-year period. They will be issued on a first come, first served bases. Click HERE for additional information if you are interested.

 

Parking Issues and City Right-of-Way

Winter Parking Rules went into effect on November 1st and will last until April 1st. No cars, trailers (or other things) are to be parked closer than ten feet of the pavement on any street for longer than 30 minutes. Also, please park at least one foot away from all sidewalks. Sidewalks need to be open and cleared of snow for pedestrians.

Nothing should be parked or left in the City Right-of-Way.  Vehicles cannot be parked less than fifty feet from the street property line at an intersection.

Parking and storage on City right-of-way have become a major issue in Millville and we need to clean up the mess.

 The Sheriff’s Deputies will be issuing tickets.

HERE is a link to the City Code as it relates to parking.

 

Millville Community Activities Committee

The Millville Community Activities Committee advises and makes recommendations to the City Council regarding an overall plan for encouraging and fostering community interaction among residents. Included int he committee’s scope of work is proposing an annual calendar for community activities, as well as assisting with the planning and implementation of such activities. Interested residents please contact Councilmember Pamela June at (435) 760-8668. Call, get involved, have fun and meet your neighbors.

 

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