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Substitute Crossing Guard Position Available


Openings: 1

Rate: $9/hr

Description: 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


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)

August 2019 Newsletter Message from the Mayor - Status Update

July 2019 Newsletter Message from the Mayor - Status update

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


Flag Football

Nibley City’s Youth Flag Football program is right around the corner! Registration runs July 1st through August 15th at Season begins in September.


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.


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