The Town is now accepting Statements of Qualification for individuals wishing to serve as the Town's Administrative Hearing Officer. Click here for details.
The Springdale Town Council and Planning Commission have been analyzing growth and development issues as they plan for the Town’s future. To help in this process they would like your input on a few important growth and development issues.
Please take a few minutes to complete the survey in the link below.
This survey builds on the survey distributed earlier this summer. Please take the time to answer the questions in this new survey, even if you already completed the survey distributed earlier this summer.
Thank you for your participation.
For the certified canvassed report of the General and Bond elections, click here
Springdale is a vote-by-mail precinct. Ballots were mailed October 8, 2013
Campaign financial reports can be viewed on the 'Elections' page.
Fay Cope, Springdale Town Clerk
The Five County Association of Governments is currently working with representatives throughout the region to formulate a Regional Broadband Plan. The Regional Broadband Plan is a component of the Utah Broadband Project, a joint effort between the Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED), Public Service Commission (PSC) and the Department of Technology Services’ Automated Geographic Reference Center (AGRC) to develop a statewide map of available broadband services and a plan to increase broadband adoption and deployment in the state. More information about the Utah Broadband Project can be found at http://broadband.utah.gov/.
The Regional Broadband Plan will give us an opportunity to address more local issues that arise with broadband service and usage. We have formulated a Regional Broadband Council, which is made up of local representatives from Education, Healthcare, Economic Development, Agriculture, Internet service providers and various businesses.
In order to inform this Council and our planning staff in the development of this Broadband Plan, we have developed an online survey which asks residents and businesses about their usage and availability of broadband internet service. The input provided by residents would be extremely valuable.