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Utah Symphony Summer Event


The Utah Symphony is coming to Huntsville Town. This event is FREE, but you need to reserve tickets in advance.

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July 4th Parade Flier


The 4th of July will be here before we know it! If you are interested in being a part the the Famous Huntsville Town Independence Day Parade, please fill out the form below and send it to the email listed on the flier. Please contact Hillary Evans for any questions regarding the parade.

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Tasks for Town Hall Office Staff


Today, May 26th, is my last day as the Huntsville Town Clerk. It has been a priviledge to work and serve in the Town that I love so much these last 6.5 years. I have learned so much from this experience. I have really enjoyed working with Town Councils and Planning Commissions that are filled with friends and neighbors. It is a unique situation, I know. I love getting to know the individuals who contract with Huntsville Town. I have been able to grow my circle of friends and associates by leaps and bounds. Residents, you have an amazing staff at Huntsville Town.  They are part time, non-benefited and would do almost anything to satify your needs. I couldn't ask for better people to work with. Last of all, I wanted to thank the residents for their patience with me. Our new Town Clerk, Nikki Wothius, will take my place as of June 5th. I have every confidence that our Town will take care of her and she will be able to grow to love Huntsville residents as much as I do.

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Water violation letter


You will recieve this notice in your water bill going out at the begining of May,

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Town Hall and Community Center Fund Raising Kickoff


Some time ago, the town was able to secure a CDBG grant for about $425,000 for a new community center. It was a multi-year grant that required 50% of the funds to be spent by the end of 2022, while the balance was to be spent by the end of 2023.  We had some delays in the design process and risked forfeiting the funding.  Fortunately, we recently received a one-year extension that will allow us to perfect the design and move forward with construction.

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