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Toquerville City along with private businesses is hosting a community wide fundraiser to generate funds to pay for a “splash-pad”, restrooms, and other park amenities for the new Westfield Park. Our goal is to raise $50,000! This event will be held on September 24th, 2021, starting at 6:30 pm at Center Street Park. We will be having food, fun, a silent and public auction, brick pavers for sale as part of our fundraising effort and a concert in the ballpark to cap off the evening.
The State of Utah requires municipalities to update their Water Conservation Plan every five years. A public hearing for public input was held on July 11, 2019. The City Council voted to table the item to ensure the public is well informed regarding water conservation measures.
The Utah Department of Natural Resources created a small pamphlet to educate property owners how they can prepare their property for wildland fires. Click to view the pamphlet HERE .
Click here to see water schedule information. .