Millville Public Hearing – Proposed Property Tax Increase

MILLVILLE CITY is proposing to increase its property tax revenue.

– The MILLVILLE CITY tax on a $255,111 residence would increase from $77.17 to $96.09, which is $18.92 per year.

– The MILLVILLE CITY tax on a $255,111 business would increase from $140.31 to $174.70, which is $34.39 per year.

– If the proposed budget is approved, MILLVILLE CITY would increase its property tax budgeted revenue by 24.42% above last year’s property tax budgeted revenue excluding new growth.

All concerned citizens are invited to a public hearing on the tax increase.


Date/Time: 8/9/2018 7:15 p.m.

Location: Millville City Office 510 E. 300 S.


To obtain more information regarding the tax increase, citizens may contact Recorder Corey Twedt at or 435.881.2669.


Firework Restrictions in Millville

Please remember that NO fireworks are allowed east of 500 East. 

With the dry, hot weather and the winds, please be aware of the added fire risk throughout the rest of the City as well. Please be responsible with your fireworks.

Here is a link to the City Fireworks Code: FIREWORKS

We hope you have a great and safe summer!


Millville Substitute Crossing Guard Job Opening

Open Date: 6/20/18

Close Date: 7/20/18

Openings: 1

Rate: $9/hr


Must be available to fill in for either of the Millville School Crossing Guards on short notice. Must be reliable and arrive at assigned post to work set time frame. Must be able to verbally communicate clearly with children and with motorists. Assess, monitor and direct traffic situations throughout the crossing post. Maintain good relationships with the children and ensure the children use crosswalks in a safe manner as they walk to and from school. Help the children understand the proper rules and dangers relating to the assigned crossing. Wear regulation equipment each time at post. Must be able to pass a background check.

Approximate hours during the school year

Mornings: Monday-Friday 8:30-9:15 am

Afternoons: Monday-Thursday 3:05-3:50 pm and Friday 2:00-2:45 pm

Send Resume to Corey Twedt at


Millville CVTD Representative


Millville City is looking for a Millville Resident to serve as a volunteer on the Cache Valley Transit District Board of Trustees.

The Millville Representative will attend board meetings and represent and vote for Millville’s interests and then report back important information to the Millville City Council.

If interested, send an email to Recorder Corey Twedt ( with a short description of why you would like to represent Millville in this capacity or drop off your response at the City Office.


Cache Museum Survey

Are you interested in a Cache Valley museum? What kind of museum would
you like to see?

The Cache Museum Committee is conducting a survey to gauge public
interest in a potential new museum in Cache Valley. Your input will
give valuable direction. Please take a few moments and complete the
short survey at


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


Green Waste Containers

Curbside green waste collection has begun for the year for those that have the green waste containers.

If you don’t have one and are interested, more information is available HERE.

Millville also now has their green waste drop-site bin available at the City Office (510 E. 300 S.). For a full list of all green waste and recycling drop sites throughout Cache County, follow THIS LINK.

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 Lindsay Zollinger at (435) 770-7917. Call, get involved, have fun and meet your neighbors.