Monroe City irrigation is planned to be turned out of the season on October 30th weather permitting. If the weather turns off really cold it will be turned off earlier. If you want you can turn off your individual riser off.
Monroe City Public Power Picnic September 9th, 2013 at 6:00 pm Mtn. View Park
Come enjoy a hamburger or hot dog, visit with friends and neighbors, and maybe win a prize
Monroe City has recently completed our long awaited new hydroelectric generating facility, located up Monroe Canyon. After months of working with FERC on permitting issues, we began generating power on January 30, 2013. For more information a link has been provided by Jones & DeMille engineering on the specifics of the project and benefits to Monroe City residents.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
Notice is hereby given that the Monroe City Council will hold a public hearing to discuss submitting an application to the Permanent Community Impact Board for grant and/or loan funding for a new fire engine for the Monroe City Volunteer Fire Department.
The Monroe City Council will solicit comments concerning the size, scope and nature of the funding requests for the above project. All interested persons will be given an opportunity to be heard.
The hearing will be held on Tuesday, August 27, 2013 at 7:30 p.m. at the Monroe City Hall, 10 North Main Street, Monroe, Utah and shall begin promptly at 7:30 p.m.
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, individuals needing special accommodations (including auxiliary communicative aids and services) during this meeting should notify Emalee Curtis, City Recorder, (435)527-4621 at least three working days prior to this meeting.
Emalee H. Curtis
Monroe City Recorder
Published in the Richfield Reaper August 7, 14, 2013 Posted on the Monroe City web page, Little Green Valley.com Posted on the Utah Notices web page
The Monroe City Cemetery burial records are now on NAMES IN STONE (www.namesinstone.com)- a new website that allows cemetery record keepers to post both burial information and grave locations online. This is different than other cemetery websites because the public can easily search for a deceased person and then see the location of the grave on a map. It's almost like really being there!
NAMES IN STONE helps families and researchers find information faster. Cemetery record keepers will soon be able to keep their online information current by updating the website as frequently as they choose. Visitors can add headstone photographs and additional information or comments about a deceased. Best of all, NAMES IN STONE is a free service to both the cemetery and to the public.
For a Small fee, NAMES IN STONE allows visitors to decorate graves with virtual flowers. This is a fun Memorial Day activity for the entire family and a nice way to honor loved ones.