WELCOME TO IVINS CITY

Ivins City Offices are now CLOSED to Public due to COVID-19

In an effort to slow COVID-19, we have closed our doors to the public.
Note: You can make payments, apply for services (new), submit building
permits (new), etc… via email/online submission.
See information and forms listed to the right. ——->
For Appointments with a specific department call:
Administration: 435-628-0606  
Building
: 435-634-9753
Parks or Cemetery: 435-634-7719  
Public Works: 435-634-0689
Dispatch: 435-634-5730 or Animal Control: 435-628-1049

COVID 19 - NEWS & INFORMATION

ADDITIONAL CLOSURES/CANCELLATIONS:
Opening Reception for Student Art Exhibit scheduled for April 4 – Cancelled

FACILITY CLOSURES
Tennis Courts
Pickleball Courts (Both UNITY Park and Desert Rose Park)
ALL PAVILIONS
ALL RESTROOMS (Including FIre Lake Park at Ivins Reservoir)
All Basketball Courts
The skate park will remain open but will continue to be monitored.  If large groups are gathering, it will also be closed.

Due to the Corona Virus, Kayenta Arts Foundation and Tuacahn Amphitheatre events are being cancelled or postponed.  Please refer to the below websites or call the listed numbers for events in April and May.

Kayenta Arts Foundation Events
For information and tickets: kayentaarts.com or 435-674-2787

Tuacahn Amphitheater Events
For information and tickets: tuacahn.org or 800-746-9882

Ivins City Residents: The FY 2021 Tentative Budget is now online to review. Please click the following link to view.

Important COVID-19 Links/Resources

DRINKING WATER PROTECTIONS AGAINST COVID-19
State officials say there is no need to stock up on surplus bottled water due to Coronavirus.

SALT LAKE CITY – The Utah Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) wants residents to know that their public water supply is safe. In the case of quarantine or outbreak related to the coronavirus, public drinking water systems are designed to continuously deliver safe drinking water to your tap.

“Drinking water treatment and disinfection has effectively protected Utah’s population for many decades. These protections will safeguard residents against drinking-water-borne viral infections—including coronavirus,” says Marie Owens, Director of DEQ’s Division of Drinking Water. “There is no need for residents to stock up on surplus bottled water in preparation for a potential outbreak of coronavirus.”