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Government: Recent Articles
Culinary Water Impact Fee Analysis – September 2013
Utilities: Recent Articles
$70.58 is the monthly flat rate fee for water, sewer, garbage and storm drain services. You are then billed on actual water usage, based on the rate chart below. The usage rate is graduated to encourage water conservation. Read more…
We at Ivins City are very pleased to present to our customers this convenient and quick way to pay your bill and access account history.
Sign Up for Direct Pay
Would you like to pay your utility bill automatically each month through our direct pay program? You”ll never have to worry about making a payment again. Through direct pay, your payment will automatically be processed on the 19th of every month and you will never have to worry about writing a check and mailing it in before the due date.
Building & Development: Recent Articles
Solar City 2011Ivins City has taken steps towards going “Solar.” We have recently installed solar panels at four City locations: City Hall, Public Works, Fire Station and UNITY Park. To view the monitoring systems for these locations, click on the appropriate links below. Read more…
The Building Department is responsible for administering, interpreting and enforcing all state adopted building codes including the International Building, Residential, Plumbing, Mechanical, Electrical Codes and all City Ordinances, policies, rules and regulations for building construction in the City.
The Building Department processes permit applications, performs plan checks, and conducts inspections for all commercial, industrial and residential structures in the City. Read more…
Planning Commission Agendas, Minutes and Schedules
Click HERE for the most current Planning Commission Meeting Agenda’s and Minutes.
Regular Meetings begin at 5:30 p.m. and are held at Ivins City Hall Council Chambers located at 55 N Main. Read more…
Parks & Recreation: Recent Articles
Youth Recreation Baseball – Registration Extended
Click here to register online.
Click here to register online.
Registration Begins: March 1 – Ending April 18th 2014.
Where: The Ivins City Offices – 55 North Main OR online at www.ivins.com – Parks & Rec
Time: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday thru Friday
Fee: $20.00 Read more…
$3.00 per class
Ditch the workout and join the party! It’s fun, its fitness, it’s Zumba! We will be offering classes every Monday and Wednesday morning from 9:15 to 10:15 a.m. at the UNITY Park recreation building.
These classes are for every fitness level and any age, you can go at your own pace. The music and dance routines are fun, clean and positive in a comfortable atmosphere.
Children are welcome – Coloring pages and a basket of toys will be available.
|Mondays||9:15 a.m. – 10:15 a.m.|
|Wednesday||9:15 a.m. – 10:15 a.m.|
$3.00 per class
$20.00 punch pass (10 classes) Read more…
Tennis – Spring Session 2014
Spring Session #2
Spring Session #2
Classes begin on Saturday, May 10th and end on Saturday June 14th, 2014 (no class on May 24)
12 to 16 years old – Intermediate 8:00 to 8:50 a.m.
12 to 16 years old – Beginner/Advanced Beginner 9:00 to 9:50 a.m.
6 to 11 years old – Beginners 10:00 to 10:50 a.m.
Classes are taught at the tennis courts at UNITY Park (400 S. 300 W.) by Dylan Christensen Read more…
Public Works: Recent Articles
The Public Works Department is comprised of a public works director, city engineer, administrative assistant, field supervisor, and five public works operators.The department is responsible for the engineering, operation and maintenance of a culinary water system, sanitary sewer collection system, storm drain collection system, and an extensive street network. Ivins City contracts with Allied Waste Services for its solid waste collection. Trash is collected every Monday. Please contact Allied Waste Services at 435-628-2821 regarding questions about trash collection. Read more…
2014 Dumpster Dates
June 14th Read more…
Ivins City operates and maintains approximately 46 miles of sanitary sewer mains throughout the City containing nearly 1,300 sewer manholes. The City is not responsible for sewer laterals that service residences, rather the homeowner is responsible from the house to the sewer main.
Public Safety: Recent Articles
Spring Burn Season – March 1st – April 30
The spring burn season will be open from March 1 through April 30. Burn windows are specific periods identified by State and Federal regulations where the burning of weeds and other agricultural debris is allowed. Burn windows are established to address fire safety and environmental concerns and correspond with normal yearly weather patterns. With the opening of the burn season, you are welcome to use burning as a means of facilitating the cleanup of Read more…
The Santa Clara- Ivins City Police Department was created in July of 2012 and includes all aspects of Law Enforcement. The Police Department staff includes a Public Safety Director or Chief of Police, a Captain, two Patrol Sergeants, Detectives, School Resource Officers in Lava Ridge Intermediate School, Vista Charter School and Tuacahn High School, a Washington County Drug Task Force Investigator and Patrol Officers. Most Sworn officers are cross trained as Firefighters and Emergency Medical Technicians. Read more…
About Ivins: Recent Articles
Tuacahn High School for the Performing Arts
2014 Ivins City Observed Holidays
|Date Holiday Observed||Holiday Description|
|1/1/2014||(W) New Year’s Day|
|1/20/2014||(M) Martin Luther King, Jr. Day|
|2/17/2014||(M) President’s Day|
|5/26/2014||(M) Memorial Day|
|7/4/2014||(F) Independence Day|
|7/24/2014||(Th) Pioneer Day|
|9/1/2014||(M) Labor Day|
|10/13/2014||(M) Columbus Day|
|11/11/2014||(T) Veterans’ Day|
|11/27/2014||(Th) Thanksgiving Day|
|12/25/2014||(Th) Christmas Day|
Ivins City, Utah
Our Home Beneath The Big Red Mountain
55 N Main
Ivins, UT 84738
(435) 628-0606 Phone
(435) 674-5486 FaxNestled at the base of the majestic cliffs of towering vermilion sandstone lies the community of Ivins. Nowhere in the United States can so many reasons be found to relax and enjoy life as you will find here. Located in Southwestern Utah, next to the City of St. George and away from the busy I-15 corridor, you can still wander and hear the whispering solitude of the delicate desert. Here is the place for the rest of your life — figuratively and literally. Read more…