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Town Hall is open for Town Business from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. We are closed 12 - 12:30 p.m. for lunch.
Zion Canyon Visitors Bureau meets at the Canyon Community Center at 2 p.m. on the first Wednesday of each month.
Payments for utilities are due on the 25th of each month. For other utilities questions, contact the Utility Clerk at the Springdale Town Hall, at 435-772-3434.
Meters are read at the end of each month. For billing information, contact the Utility Clerk at the Springdale Town Hall, at 435-772-3434.
Contact the Utility Clerk at the Springdale Town Hall, at 435-772-3434.
The Town Park is located on Lion Boulevard adjacent to the Town Hall and Canyon Community Center and has a gazebo, patio area, restrooms, softball field, tennis & pickleball courts, playground and volleyball courts. Nets are in place, but you must provide equipment. The playground, volleyball courts, tennis & pickleball courts and restrooms are open to the public and may not be rented or reserved.
Other park areas, ball field, gazebo and patio areas, may be reserved and rented for a fee, and deposit. Deposits are refundable provided the park facilities are left in good order and trash is removed. Please contact the CCC Coordinator, Robyn Sanders at 435-772-3434 for information and details on renting the park facilities, or visit the
Contact the Police Department at 435-772-9096 to find out if your pet is at our shelter.
Contact the Rockville/Springdale Fire District at 435-772-5818.
Zion Canyon Clinic is the building just a few yards north of Town Hall. Hours of operation vary by season. You may contact them at 435-772-3226.
Contact the Utility Clerk, at Springdale Town Hall, 435-772-3434. Applications for water and sewer as well as secondary water (irrigation) can also be picked up from Springdale Town Hall receptionist or downloaded from the water or sewer pages of the website under Public Works. Each application is a $25 fee. Renters will be required to pay a deposit. There is no deposit required for new service to property owners.
Visitors are urged to park their cars in designated areas and ride the free shuttle throughout town or to the Zion National Park entrance. The shuttle system currently runs from mid-March through weekends in November.
Visit the Zion Canyon Visitors Bureau website for a listing of lodging options at
1. **Site Analysis** View the site analysis requirements for more information. Make sure all the required elements of the site analysis are included. Upload all information required in the site analysis in a *single* PDF document.
2. **Geotechnical Report** If the property is in an area at high risk of natural hazard, the geotechnical report must include an initial analysis of site-specific geologic hazards. An additional geologic hazards investigation may also be required in areas at high risk of natural hazard.
3. **Residential Building Height and Size Increase Agreement Form** This form is *only* required for single and two-family residences in the VR and FR zones when the property owner requests a size and height increase pursuant to Chapter 10-15H of the Town Code. Contact Tomas Dansie for more information (email@example.com).
4. **Payment information** You are able to pay the application fee with a credit card or ACH bank transfer.