Re-Scheduled City Council Meeting and Public Hearing

The Millville City Council meeting originally scheduled for October 22, 2020 has been rescheduled for October 29, 2020 at 7 p.m. in the Ridgeline High School auditorium at 180 North 300 West, Millville. There will be a public hearing that begins at approximately 7:15 p.m. to review the estimated upcoming monthly sewer fee range and current sewer plans.

Interested persons are encouraged to attend and make comment or submit written comment  prior to the hearing to


Halloween Festival

Hey kids! Let’s have some Halloween fun! The Millville City Youth Council invites all children in Millville to a Halloween Festival on Saturday, October 24th. Come to the South Park from 12 Noon – 2:00pm to enjoy some great activities such as cornhole, a cookie walk, face painting, gunny sack races, pumpkin bowling, spikeball, ladderball, a Halloween photo opp. Bring your pumpkins and the youth council will help clean out and carve them!  If it’s not too much to ask, please wear a mask, and your Halloween costume if you dare! 

Click here to see the flyer and additional information. 


Green Waste Container 2020 Schedule

The Green Waste Container that is near the Millville South Park will be available this year on a limited schedule in the spring from April 6th through May 1st and again in the fall from October 5th through November 1st.


First Responder Volunteers Wanted


Nibley-Millville Emergency Medical Services is currently recruiting new members who would be willing to serve their communities by providing volunteer pre-hospital emergency medical care. Applicants must hold a current Emergency Medical Technician certification through the Utah Bureau of Emergency Medical Services OR be willing to attend and successfully complete an Emergency Medical Technician course. Financial tuition assistance is available. For more information, please contact Chris Searle at


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.