Photo Contest Winner Santaquin Fireworks Restrictions. Utah County Fair 2018

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1 Santaquin City, Utah 275 W Main July 2018 Office Closure The City Offices will be closed Wednesday, July 4 th in observance of Independence Day and Tuesday, July 24 th in observance of Pioneer Day Santaquin Fireworks Restrictions No fireworks are allowed east of I-15 or in the Summit Ridge area. Photo Contest Winner May s Photo Contest Winner is Bryan Mecham. He stated, "This photo was taken of Santaquin Pole Canyon Pond." He captured the beauty of the area well. Congratulations Bryan! There has been a new State law passed about using fireworks, resulting in fewer days over all as compared to previous years. Fireworks may only be discharged: July 2 nd July 5 th (July 4 th hours extended to midnight) July 22 nd 25 th (July 24 th hours extended to midnight) Class C Fireworks can be sold the following dates June 24 th July 25 th. When using fireworks, keep a bucket of water nearby, light fireworks one at a time and make sure spectators are out of range of all fireworks. Children should not handle fireworks. Use caution around dry grass, trees, homes and other obstacles. The public is welcome to light their fireworks at Centennial Park on July 4 th and 24 th. Utah County Fair 2018 The Utah County Fair will be held August 15 th -18 th. Senior Citizen and Veteran s Day will be Thursday, the 16 th beginning at 4 pm. Please come and help us recognize this wonderful generation who has helped to shape our great county and state of Utah as well as the United States of America. The Seniors will have displays of their works and talents to view and will be honored Veterans throughout the day. Included will be plenty of entertainment, discounts, along with free entry to the Rodeo event, and more. Visit for information on all events.

2 Police Department Citizen s Academy The Santaquin Police Department recently completed their first annual citizen s academy and held graduation on May 16, Santaquin Police Department would like to congratulate the following individuals for their participation and successful completion of the program: Betsy Montoya Nick Miller Jason Bond McKell Bond Sydney Degraw Laura Ross Kolton Lerwill These individuals were the brave souls who volunteered their time and provide input to help improve the program in the future. The police department would also like to recognize all those who made this possible, which includes the Santaquin Fire Department, Payson Police Department, The Utah County Sheriff s Office, and all the Santaquin Police Officers who helped instruct the classes. Furthermore, we would like to thank the following local businesses for their support for the police department and sponsorship of the program by providing the participants dinner: Maracas Mexican Grill Merrill s Sinclair/Taco Time Dairy Queen Santaqueen China Express Main Street Pizza Subway We look forward to our next citizen s academy, which will begin next spring. If you are interested in attending any future academy please contact the Santaquin Police Department at or Check Out This Summer Meal Program For Youth! Hidden Picture Contest Hidden in this newsletter is a photo like the one to the right. If you spot it send an to or with the location of where you found it and your contact information. You will be entered into a drawing for a prize. May Hidden Picture Contest Winner The winner for May s hidden picture contest is David Felix. David s name was selected in a random drawing from all of the entrants. Congratulations to him!

3 Orchard Days Orchard Days will be here soon. It will be held July 30- August 4. Keep an eye out for details. Chieftain Museum Summer Tour Schedule Library The summer reading program rocks on until July 31 when we will have a closing event to have prize drawings and treats. Thanks so much to Miss Santaquin, her attendants and all the others who volunteered at the kick-off! Book Club Every second Thursday of each month at 7 pm at the library. Book for July 12 th Carnegie s Maid by Marie Benedict. Clara Kelley is not who they think she is. She s not the experienced Irish maid who was hired to work in one of Pittsburgh s grandest households. Revealing her past might ruin her future-and her family s. Movies in the Park Movies in the park brought to you by the Payson Santaquin Area Chamber of Commerce are below. June 22: Ninjago July 20: Cars 3 August 17: Coco September 14: The Incredibles Watch the city website for times and locations. SURVEY SAYS! Please take some time to complete the online surveys as they are available regarding a citizen sponsored proposal to construct a new Recreation Center. A link to the surveys can be found on the city website at --or-- Paper surveys are available at the city office, library, senior center and recreation building during each survey time period. See past results at

4 Recreation & Events July 2018 Youth Sports CO-ED SOCCER: There are still a few spots left! Call the recreation office for more information. CO-ED FLAG FOOTBALL: Youth Co-Ed Flag Football registration is for kids in 1 st -7 th Grade (grade they are going into this fall 2018.) Practices will start after 9/3 with games starting the end of Sept. and running through Oct. Early Registration: July 2 nd - July 30 th ($27-$35) Regular registration: July 31 st - August 20 th ($32-$40). $10 late fee will apply after August 20 th until even teams are met. Santaquin Recreation jersey is required if participants don t already have one ($13). JOIN THE TEAM: Santaquin Recreation is now hiring Soccer, Flag Football Officials and field supervisors!! Call or apply at the City Office, 275 W. Main St. Adult Sports ADULT CO-ED SOFTBALL: Registration will be 5/21-7/30, $350 per team. Program will start beginning of August and run through September with games on a week night (2-3 games per week) 10 games. Go online for more information on rosters, number of team members, tournament and captain s meeting. ADULT CO-ED VOLLEYBALL: Registration will be 7/2-9/17, $250 per team. Program will run the month of October, with games being on Friday nights (2-3 games per week) 8 games. Go online for more information on rosters, number of team members, tournament and captain s meeting. Youth and Adult Classes SUMMER GROUP FITNESS CLASSES: Cost is $2.50 to drop in or $25 for a 10 punch pass with the 11 th class FREE or $20 for an unlimited month pass! Sorry, no childcare provided. Monday: Fit Over 50 8:30am, Tuesday: Zumba - 8:30am & 8pm, Wednesday: Fit Over 50 8:30am, Thursday: Zumba 8:30am & Yoga 8pm, Friday: Tabata HIITT 8:30am UTAH VALLEY MARTIAL ARTS: Based on the style of Youn Wha Tae kwon do. Students will be trained both mentally and physically to advance in rank as well as in character and ability. Students will learn the techniques that are key to self-defense and the defense of those around you. As you advance through the system, you will have the opportunity to participate in class leadership, weapons training, and more. Ages 4 adult, fees are $50-$80 per month, depending on student age and skill level. Students meet one to four times per week. Look online for more information. FREE 2 WEEK TRIAL! VANGUARD KRAV MAGA : classes focus on the physical conditioning aspect of training while incorporating repetitions of self-defense techniques throughout the class. Ages 13+, $50 per month. Students meet 3 days per week. Check online for more information! FREE TRIAL CLASS, JUST SHOW UP! Other News SANTAQUIN RECREATION HAS MOVED: As of June 25 th the recreation offices as all of the classes held in the gym will be located at 190 South 400 West (South of Santaquin Elementary). EAGLE PROJECTS: We have some ideas for Eagle projects, or you can present your own ideas! Please contact us at or and help improve our City! Events MOVIES UNDER THE STARS: Mark your calendar for this year s movies brought to you by the Payson & Santaquin Area Chamber of Commerce! July 20 th : Cars 3 Santaquin, 45 West 100 South, August 17: Coco Peteetneet, September 14: The Incredibles Santaquin, 45 West 100 South M-Th 1-5pm & Fri 9am-1pm NEW LOCATION! 190 South 400 West

5 Recreation & Events July 2018 Santaquin Orchard Days Celebration ORCHARD DAYS: JULY 28 TH AUGUST 4 TH Saturday, July 28 th : o Opening Ceremony and Flag Raising: 9am Admission: Free o Little Buck-A-Roo Rodeo: 4pm Admission: $1 Monday, July 30 th : o Family Night, The Good Ol Days : 6-9pm **NEW Location, 200 S. 400 W. (Rodeo Grounds)** 4-H Fundraiser Petting Zoo & Horse/Pony Rides: 6-8:30pm - Admission: $1/person for the petting zoo & $3/horse ride. Inflatables: 6-8pm Admission: Free Food and Craft Vendors: 6-9pm Prices vary Old-Fashioned Family Games: 7-8:30pm Cost: Free - $1 Movie in the Park Coco : Dusk Admission: Free o Old-Fashioned Children s Parade, Let Freedom Ring : 6:30pm Admission: Free o Chieftain Museum Tours: 6-9pm Admission: Free, donations accepted o DUP Cabin Tours: 6-9pm Admission: Free o Quilt Show: 6-9pm Admission: Free Tuesday, July 31 st : o Quilt Show: 1-4pm Admission: Free o Youth Home Run Derby: 6pm Admission: Free to watch o Women s Home Run Derby: 8pm Admission: Free to watch Wednesday, August 1 st : o Quilt Show: 1-4pm Admission: Free o Chieftain Museum Tours: 1-4pm Admission: Free o Men s Home Run Derby: 6pm Admission: Free to watch Thursday, August 2 nd : o Quilt Show: 1-4pm Admission: Free o Hypno Hick: 7pm Admission: $5 Friday, August 3 rd : o Live Band Featuring Fire Hawk: 6:30-8:00pm - Admission: Free with rodeo admission o RMPRA Award Winning Rodeo: 8:00pm Admission: Youth (3-12), $8; Adults (13+), $10 o Fireworks: Following Rodeo Saturday, August 4 th : o Mountain Land Physical Therapy 5k & Mile Run: 7am Admission: Free to watch o Grand Parade: 10am Admission: Free to watch o Quilt Show: 11am-1pm Admission: Free o Saturday in the Park: Orchard Days Car Show: 9am-2pm Admission: Free Craft Boutique/Food/Inflatables: 10am-4pm Prices vary Music in the Park Featuring - Ridin Shotgun: 11am-2pm Admission: Free Horse Shoe Tournament: 12 noon Admission: Free to watch o Chieftain Museum Tours: 1-4pm Admission: Free o Live Band Featuring Fire Hawk: 6:30-8:00pm - Admission: Free with rodeo admission o RMPRA Award Winning Rodeo: 8:00pm Admission: Youth (3-12), $8; Adults (13+), $10 o Fireworks: Following Rodeo M-Th 1-5pm & Fri 9am-1pm NEW LOCATION! 190 South 400 West FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THIS YEAR S ORCHARD DAYS EVENTS, GO TO SANTAQUIN.ORG

6 Friends & Neighbors, It s hard to believe that it is already summer and that the spring time has passed by so quickly. I hope all of you are enjoying your summer time with family and friends. I also hope you have reconnected with the outdoors and this beautiful weather. I am so proud to report that the first service activity organized by the Community Service Committee was a huge success. It was wonderful to see our community come together to help a neighbor. So much was accomplished that day and I appreciate all who helped in any way that they could. I would also like to say thank you to all of the city employees and volunteers that helped make the Diamond Rio concert a great success! It was such a fun night and we are thrilled that it went as planned and everyone had a great time. It was so nice to have the new recreation building up and running which was very useful to all that attended. We will be having a ribbon cutting of the new building in the fall. Lastly, as many of you know, the city sent out our first of many citizen sponsored surveys regarding a proposed Recreation Center. I urge you to take part in these surveys so that we know what our citizens want. For those who would prefer to let your voice be heard by taking a Paper Version of the survey, please stop by our City Office, Recreation Building, Library or Senior Center. We appreciate all those that participated in the first survey. Those results can be reviewed at Through this first survey, we found that we do not have good addresses for many of our residents. So if you did not receive one through , please contact the city office to update your information. These surveys will be very helpful in the future and we want your input! Once again, thank you for all you do for our community. It is an honor to serve you as your mayor. Mayor Kirk F. Hunsaker General Fund Transfers In: Santaquin City Budgeted Transfers Transfer From: The Budget was approved by the Santaquin City Council on June 20 th, The budget is a great document to learn about all of the issues our community is facing and the projects and priorities established by our City Council. Please check it out at The approved transfers are listed on the right for your review. Also, a public hearing will be held during a special council meeting on Friday, June 29 th regarding the FY Budget. During this special meeting, the budget will be balanced and closed out for the year. (June 29 th is the last business day of the fiscal year). Did you know that as of July 18 th, our City Council, Planning Commission and all City Boards will be moving their meeting location to the Santaquin City Court Room, 275 West Main Street? We hope to see you there! Fund Acct No Amount Fund Acct No Amount General Fund $ 220,000 P. Irrigation Fund (22.3% of Enterprise $ 220,000 General Fund $ 550,000 Water Fund (40.4% of Enterprise Fund) $ 550,000 General Fund $ 290,000 Sewer Fund (14.5% of Enterprise Fund) $ 290,000 Total GF Transfer In $ 1,060,000 Total Transfer Out: $ 1,060,000 General Fund Transfers Out: Transfer To: Fund Acct No Amount Fund Acct No Amount General Fund $ 50,500 Recreation Fund $ 50,500 General Fund $ 8,300 Royalty Fund $ 8,300 General Fund $ 10,000 Chieftain Museum $ 10,000 General Fund $ 83,700 Library Fund $ 83,700 General Fund $ 26,000 Seniors Fund $ 26,000 General Fund $ 79,350 Computer Capital Fund $ 79,350 General Fund $ 47,235 Capital Projects $ 47,235 General Fund $ 401,144 Capital Vehicles & Equipment $ 401,144 General Fund $ 3,000 Santaquin Events $ 3,000 General Fund $ 270,000 Fire Department Fund $ 270,000 General Fund $ 631,500 Road Captial Project Fund (New) $ 631,500 General Fund $ 188,335 Local Building Authority Separate Entity $ 188,335 Total GF Transfer Out: $ 1,799,064 Total Transfers In: $ 1,799,064 Other Fund Transfers Out: Other Fund Transfers In: Irrigation Impact Fee Fund $ 100,000 Capital Project Fund $ 100,000 Culinary Impact Fee Fund $ 100,000 Capital Project Fund $ 100,000 Road Capital Project Fund (New) $ 400,000 Community Development Fund Separate Entity $ 400,000 Water Fund $ 50,000 Computer Capital Fund $ 50,000 Sewer Fund $ 50,000 Computer Capital Fund $ 50,000 Pressurized Irrigation Fund $ 50,000 Computer Capital Fund $ 50,000 Water Fund $ 82,272 PW Capital Fund $ 82,272 Sewer Fund $ 80,328 PW Capital Fund $ 80,328 Pressurized Irrigation Fund $ 74,832 PW Capital Fund $ 74,832 PW Capital Fund $ 50,000 Capital Project Fund $ 50,000 PW Capital Fund $ 31,008 Capital Vehicles Fund $ 31,008 Water Fund $ 24,500 Santaquin Water District Separate Entity $ 24,500 Sewer Impact Fee Fund $ 158,750 Sewer Fund $ 158,750 Pressurized Irrigation Fund $ 220,000 Irr. Impact Fee Fund $ 220,000 Total Other Transfers From: $ 1,471,690 Total Other Transfers In: $ 1,471,690

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