AN EMERGENCY SPECIAL ORDER FOR WILLARD CITY IMPOSING SPECIAL FIRE AND FIREWORKS RESTRICTIONS EAST OF HIGHWAY 89 BEGINNING JUNE 22, 2015 UNTIL SEPTEMBER 15, 2018 Click Here for a the map and the full ordinance.
The 4th of July Celebration will be here before we know it!!! VOLUNTEERS ARE STILL NEEDED!!! If you can spare a couple of hours on the 4th to help with one of the games, please contact Marjorie Ross (435) 730-0465. All the supplies for the games will be provided; we just need volunteers to help with the children games between 11am and 1pm. It would be so appreciated. Also, if you or someone you know would like to perform on the stage show in the park, please contact Terry Ross (435) 740-0889.
Join the Parade!!! Plan now to get your business or family together to be a part of the parade! Contact Tonya Huntsman at 801-808-1425. The theme this year is “Together We Stand”.
For a vendor booth, please sign up at the city offices during office hours. Cost will be $20 a booth.
The Patriotic program will be Monday, July 2 at 7 p.m.; contact Helen Jane Lemon at 435-723-5550 if you would like to participate in the program. Admission is free and there is some great talent lined up!
The Firefighter’s dinner/auction and dance will be Tuesday, July 3rd; contact any firefighter for dinner or raffle tickets. Dinner tickets are $8.50 for adults and $5.50 for children 12 and under. Tickets will be available at the door or from any Willard City Firefighter. Please support our GREAT Firefighters!! Don’t forget to buy lots of raffle tickets!!
On July 4th, there will be breakfast ($6.00 Adults, Seniors and Children 5-12 $5.00), the fun run, foot races, Bingo, games, , baby contest, baseball games, a stage show and more. AND don’t forget the fireworks at the Willow Creek Park (Center & 200 E)! Click here for the schedule of events.
We would like to thank the 5th and 6th graders of the Promontory School of Expeditionary Learning for their help in sprucing up our community. They helped clean up around City Hall and worked in the parks picking up sticks, leaves and pulling Dyers Woad!
AND OTHERS TOO....
Thanks to the Willard 4th Ward for pulling dyers woad and picking up debris in the Nature Park.
Thank you Clyde Westley for pulling the dyers woad from the front of the debris basin (Nature Park)
The Mayor, City Council members and Staff thank you for your service to our community!!!
The residential burning period ended May 30. The next residential burning period is scheduled to begin September 15, 2018.
Willard City is taking applications for a Full Time Police Officer. Click here for the full job positing, job description and application.
Code Red is a notification system that uses various means to get important emergency notifications out to members of the community. Box Elder County now has this system. The system will send out calls to listed home phone lines. Many people do not have home phones and Code Red can call cell phones, send text messages, and an app is available for smartphones. Click on the Code Red logo to register your cell phone or additional numbers. Check your cell phone app store for the Code Red app. Contact the City Office if you have any questions or check out the FAQ sheet.