Millville News

Millville City Celebration 2019

The City Celebration is coming up on June 29, 2019.

Click HERE for the schedule.

If you want to be in the parade, please contact Lindsay Zollinger:  435.770.7917 or  ktcplaysets@gmail.com

Singer/Songwriter Brenn Hill will be performing after dinner. Click HERE for more information.

 

Utility Projects Latest Status

This post will be used to post documents and the latest status of what is happening with the waste water and culinary water projects. 

(newest information at the top)

June 2019 Newsletter Message from the Mayor - Status update

May 23, 2019 Public Hearing Notice - Review Engineering phase of utility projects; Scopes of work included

April 2019 Newsletter Message from the Mayor - Status update

Letter from Mayor Hair regarding results from BRHD meeting and need to move forward with sewer 

Bear River Health Department Notice of Intent to meet to discuss Millville septic tanks

 

Millville City Drinking Water Report

Click HERE for the 2018 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report. This report is designed to inform you about the quality of the drinking water in Millville City.

We have and will continue to ensure that our water meets all federal and state requirements.

 

Millville City Youth Council Registration is Now Open

The Millville City Youth Council is now recruiting for 2019-2020.

The mission of the Youth Council is to provide opportunities for youth to learn leadership, team working skills and provide service within the community.

For Millville youth in 8th - 12th grades (13-18 years old before Aug. 31st).

MCYC meets twice a month: one planning meeting and one activity. The youth must be committed to come as much as possible! Questions? Text or email Julianne Duffin: 435.512.1618, julianneduffin@gmail.com.

Apply online at: www.tinurl.com/mcyc-signup

Deadline is Saturday, June 22, 2019 or a cap of 50 youth, whichever comes first!!

 

2019 Life Saving First Aid Classes

Heartsaver First Aid Course:  Class participants will learn how to manage illness and injuries in the first few minutes until professional help arrives.  Course content includes General Principles, Medical Emergencies, Injury Emergencies and Environmental Emergencies.  This course begins with an online portion followed by a skills pass off with a certified AHA instructor.

Offered by Logan Regional Hospital

For more information on schedule, cost and registration information, Click HERE.

 

More News Items