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24th of July Pioneer Day Celebration

Our 24th of July Committee and City Council have worked hard to follow COVID-19 guidelines in planning our 24th of July celebration. All events are scheduled at this time by following proper social distancing and encouragement of wearing masks. All events are subject to be canceled if State COVID-19 guidelines become more strict. The parade will be televised on KTTA 8.1 for those who are unable to attend the parade. Please note the following links to each of our activities. Raffle tickets (sold only online this year) and BBQ tickets can be purchased through links listed below.  If you have any questions, please feel free to call the City office at 435-527-4621. Information will be posted, as it comes available on our website, Facebook, 24th of  July flyer and City newsletter. Thank you for your patience and cooperation as we work through this pandemic

Please be sure to watch our website and Facebook page for more information. 

TO HELP ENCOURAGE SOCIAL DISTANCING MONROE CITY COUNCIL WILL NOT HOLD THE CHILDREN'S RACES ON THE PARK. COUNCILMEMBERS WILL BE HANDING OUT OTTER POPS ON THE PARK AT 12:00 NOON.  

For a complete list of our 24th of July activites click here

To Enter a Float in the Parade please click here: Parade Information/form

To Reserve a booth at the park click here: Concession Booth Application 

To see the current booth reservations click here : Current Booth Reservations

To Purchase raffle tickets click here: Raffle Tickets Purchase

To Purchase BBQ tickets click here: BBQ Tickets Thursday 6:30

Milk Run sign up at https://www.runnercard.com/roadrace/public/raceGroup/976606  Online registration ends at 9:00 pm on July 23. 

Please note Milk Run prices have inceased this year: Audlt with shirt $30 (without shirt $20) / Child with shirt $25 (without shirt $15).

$5 price increase increase for same-day registration. 

Open Double Tennis Tournament are available at Monroe City Office. 

See 3 on 3 basketball informaiton below. 

 

5 26 2020 Monroe City Council Public Hearing

Monroe Council Meeting will hold public hearings during their regular City Council meeting to solicit comments on Permanent Community Impact Board (CIB) application for cemetery expansion and proposed power rate increase.

Visit https://www.littlegreenvalley.com/ for meeting agenda.

Topic: Monroe City Council Meeting

Time: May 26, 2020 07:00 PM Mountain Time (US and Canada)

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Monroe City low risk (Yellow) phase guidelines

On May 15, 2020 Governor Herbert announced that much of the state would move from a moderate-risk phase (orange) to a low-risk phase (yellow). With this move groups of 50 or fewer are allowed with social distancing, sport competitions and practice with symptom check in place, and group events with 6-foot distance between household groups. Again, please keep in mind while moving from moderate risk to low risk it does not mean business as usual. We still need to work together, and all do our own part to make sure we continue trending in a good direction in the fight against COVID-19.

The Library has resumed their normal hours of Tuesday -Saturday 1:00 pm – 6:00 pm with a limit of 10 patrons in the library at a time

White's Sanitation as returned to picking up gargage on their normal basis. If you no longer need the additional trash cart you order to accomodate their limited service please call the city office  and we will notify White's Sanitation to have it picked up. 

For quidelines on youth sport teams playing on Monroe Ciy ball fiields click here for Spectators click here.

Please be mindful of social distancing, washing your hands, and use masks in public places

Monroe City had planned on opening the splash pad on Memorial Day weekend if possible. Even though we are in a low risk phase (yellow) the requirements set by the health department to open the splash pad are not something the City can manage. The splash pad will be open as soon as we go into a new normal risk phase (green).

For more information on the coronavirus guidelines you can visit coronavirus.utah.gov. or centralutahpublichealth.org

Be safe and let us work together to get through this pandemic.

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