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Lets come together as a community! Please RSVP by Aug 2nd by using the QR code on the attached event flier
It’s Ogden-Weber Technical College’s 50th Anniversary. President Jim Taggart and Development Director Brynn Murdock are going to make a brief presentation at the September 2, 2021, Huntsville Town Council meeting as part of their celebration..
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The Huntsville Nominating Conventions were held on Tuesday, May 25th. Thank you for the great attendance! For the 2021 election, there are two Council Member positions and one mayor position.
Governor Cox has declared a state of emergency because of the drought that we are facing this summer. The Huntsville Waterworks Corporation is hopeful that the water we have will last through the coming summer. Our irrigation company will try to extend the irrigation season until October 1, 2021.
Huntsville's Green Waste Landfill is currently open to Town residents only. Hours are Saturday's from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The cost is $5.00 a day or $20 for a 5 punch pass. The Landfill will take yard waste up to 4 inches in diameter.
The Following is an invitation from our CERT leader, Bruce Ahlstrom, regarding training:
The Weber County Sheriff's Office has put together an ongoing community survey. With this survey, they can measure the quality of the service they provide, gauge community satisfaction and use the information to improve services and programs. The link below will connect you to their survey. Since the survey will be ongoing, the link is on our website under "Residents" and "Public Interest." Please take the survey and let them know how they are doing.