Every week the Mayors in the county meet to discuss where our county is regarding COVID-19 and related restrictions. In West Haven, we will continue to follow the guidelines set out by our local health department. Local information can be found on their website http://www.webercountyutah.gov/covid-19/. The most current information about restrictions throughout the state can be found at https://coronavirus.utah.gov/utahs-health-guidance-system/. Updates from the State of Utah and other partners are shared on our social media:
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Following are updates effective July 1st for West Haven City:
- Public meetings will be held in-person. We will continue to provide a Zoom link to accommodate those individuals in the high-risk category who have been asked to operate under stricter guidelines. We will also adhere to the limit on the number of attendees allowed by state guidelines. Please be patient while we work through these conditions.
- Registration is open for fall sports. There may be modifications, but we are planning to hold scheduled sports seasons.
- Park restrooms are open and are being cleaned twice daily.
- Bowery reservations are available online at westhavencity.com under the Parks & Recreation link.
- Community room reservations are available by contacting City Hall. Limits on gatherings, physical distancing, and mask wearing guidelines are expected to be followed.
We are planning a movie in the park for Saturday, August 1st. Details will be shared on social media, including a movie poll on Facebook. We will be holding the movie drive-in style to facilitate physical distancing.
Our tentative dates for the rodeo are September 18th and 19th. Both events will go as planned unless canceled by the Weber-Morgan Health Department.
The 2019-20 budget was adopted on June 17th. It is available on westhavencity.com under Financial Department, including supporting documents. A link to the State Transparency web site is also available there. Thanks to those who attended the public hearing to have questions answered and express their opinions.
Mayor Sharon Bolos