New Cell Tower Being Constructed Near Salina Utah along the Gooseberry Interchange on I-70
Remember the days of early cell phones? Were you one of the people who said,”ah I will never want or need one of those brick looking things?” Now days even our grandparents have smartphones and use them quite well. Every day it is amazing to find usable signals in the mountains that were not there a couple of years ago.
We definitely live in an amazing age, and it only keeps getting better. The cell coverage in the Salina area is really good already, and soon it will get better for some cell customers. After many years of planning and acquiring permits, a new 180′ cell phone tower is under construction on the I-70 Gooseberry Interchange near Salina Utah. An additional tower is scheduled near the coal mine exit just off of I-70 in the future. Salina is an amazing place, and our technology just keeps getting better here.
Salina is an amazing place, and our technology just keeps getting better.
Community Blood Drive Scheduled for August 14th, 2017. Please come out and donate.
Visit Salina Utah
From time to time we will be featuring beautiful and interesting photos of the Salina Utah area. They will be posted on our website, Facebook Page, and Instagram page. We live in a beautiful community and love to have visitors stay with us.
If you have a great photo or interesting place of interest to visit please share your information with the city office.
The North Sevier Recreation Department has decided to try something new with youth Soccer, we will be moving soccer to the fall for the Pre – 5th grades. The 6th – 8th Grade JR High teams will remain in the spring as this is when the JR High League plays. We hope this move will increase participation in soccer with the better weather as well as help out Baseball and Softball in the spring.
A full list of the seasons and dates for the coming year is posted on the North Sevier Recreation Page at Salinacity.org. Also please sign up ASAP in order to start as soon as school gets underway. This way we can run Soccer then Flag Football and Volleyball and so on.
REGISTRATION: July 31st – Aug 12th
Where: Online at Salinacity.org or at the North Sevier Community Center (373 West 400 North) Salina Utah,
Divisions: Pre – K $30 Fall 2017 (Fee Includes shirt, shorts, and socks)
1st – 2nd $30 Fall 2017 (Fee Includes shirt, shorts, and socks)
3rd – 5th $40 Fall 2017 (Fee Includes shirt, shorts, and socks)
6th – 8th $45 Spring 2018 (This JR High Division involves travel to surrounding communities)
(Fee Includes shirt, shorts, and socks)
Season begins: Pre – 5th Grade teams will start Mid-August with game beginning August 23rd on Wednesdays and Saturdays
6th – 8th Grade teams will start in February (Games begin Mid-March)
Coaches Meeting: TBA
*Note to all parents. We need your help with coaching. If you are interested or know of someone who is please give me a call or just circle it on your registration form.
North Sevier Recreation
Additional information about the upcoming Public Hearing.
The purpose of the public hearing scheduled on August 23rd: Is to make the public aware of the options put before the city council, and then to allow the citizens to voice their choice to the council to help them make their decision on what direction they will vote.
Social media has been used as a tool to inform the public of this meeting and will not be used as a way to add up choices or opinions.
This meeting has been scheduled at the request of the city council. The details of the options will be disclosed at the public hearing. The Salina City Council and I hope that the public will take the opportunity to attend and be apart of this matter. If you are unable to attend, I would hope that you would take the time to contact a city council member personally and let them know your opinion.
Salina City will be having a public hearing on Wednesday, August 23rd at 7:00 pm in the upstairs large conference room of the North Sevier Community Center.
The purpose of the public hearing is to hear input from the citizens of Salina on the topic of consideration to merge or dissolve the Salina Police Department to the Sevier County Sheriffs Office.
We would invite and encourage the public to attend and give their input on this matter.