Governor Herbert has issued a directive called Stay Safe, Stay Home. In it, he directed Utah residents to avoid attending a gathering of any number of people (other than those who live with us in our homes).
In an effort to reduce the exposure of both the public and our staff to the Coronavirus (COVID-19), the City of Santa Clara encourages residents to follow this directive.
The following facilities will remain closed until Monday, April 13, 2020 or until further notice.
– The City Offices & Museum (Employee’s at Town Hall are available to assist you either by phone at 435-673-6712 or online at www.sccity.org.)
– All public park playgrounds pickle ball courts, and skate park
– We will also be directing the resort common area pools, fitness centers, playgrounds and clubhouses to be closed at this time as well.
All City related events within the next few weeks have been cancelled, or postponed to a future date. All City staff will still be working and the closure will not impact building permits, inspections, development submittals, and utility payments (online, drop-box & mail in are still available). The court is also limiting hearings in accordance with guidance received from the State.
Current Scheduled Events & Meeting Updates:
All meetings for the month of April will be held electronically via Zoom. For more information and updates regarding each meeting, visit our calendar https://sccity.org/events. All scheduled events at Town Hall & Public Parks during March and April have been cancelled.
TRC – By appointment only with one staff member or electronically via Zoom.
Planning Commission April 9, 2020 – Postponed until May.
City Council Meeting April 8, 2020 – Electronically via Zoom, Public Hearing cancelled.