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Water Quality Report 2008

Monroe City is pleased to present to you our Annual Drinking Water Quality Report for 2008.  Monroe's culinary drinking water meets all federal and state requirements.  This report shows our water quality and what it means to you,our customer.  The annual report has been created in a pdf document.  Click this link to view the report.

Water Quality Report PDF Document

   

CEMETERY NEWS- Cemetery records and map now available online!

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.

Flood Safety Awareness Week

Governor Jon Huntsman, Jr. has declared March 16-20, 2009 as Flood Safety Awareness Week in Utah, this in conjunction with National Flood Safety Awareness week.

Floods come in all shapes and sizes and can arrive without a moment's notice or with a slow creep.

For more information, click on the link below. 

Flood Safety Awareness 

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