City Hall Update To Date
◊ Juneteenth is now an official city holiday.
◊ A Roy Youth Council is being organized for students ages 15 – 18. For details and an application Contact Sophie Paul at 801-725-0552
◊ Council has had good work sessions on the General Plan which is progressing well
◊ Budget for FY 2023 is in the works. Review it on the city website and come to the public hearing at the city council meeting on June 21st at 5:30 p.m.
◊ Water concerns continue, and the city is leading out with some changes for this year:
♦ City park strips will not be watered
♦ Splash pad will be closed
♦ Xeriscaping will be implemented in specific areas
♦ Play fields must be maintained green for the safety of participants
♦ Aquatic Center and Complex are great options to help cool off this summer
◊ Volunteerism abounds in Roy. Thanks for coming together and helping your neighbors
◊ Request for Roy City to participate in the Pioneer Days Parade on July 25th. If you have ideas or are willing to help, reach out to Brittany Fowers at 801-774-1021
◊ The council attended ULCT (Utah League of Cities and Towns) meetings in St. George and received updates on requirements from the recent legislative session
◊ New Dollar Tree coming West of Kent’s
◊ Don’t forget ROY DAYS!! August 4 – 6. Get details and sign up to enter the Roy parade at http://www.roydays.info
Roy City has a special community feel because of you. Thank you for being involved and neighborly.
The summer will fly by, so mark your calendars, and we’ll look forward to seeing you!
Roy City Council