Monticello

The Monticello City Council discussed updating their noise ordinance, a policy for adjusting utility bills, and other items as part of their August 24 meeting. At the meeting, the council heard a presentation from City Attorney Alex Goble about the current noise ordinance for Monticello. The...
The Monticello City Council looked back on a big weekend and received a report from their recreation department as part of the July 27 meeting. Much of the council discussion revolved around recapping the Pioneer Day celebration on the weekend of July 24. The event was viewed as a success, with the...
Crowds of familiar faces celebrating Pioneer Day, softball tournaments, family reunions, class reunions, and more will fill Monticello this weekend during the annual Pioneer Day celebration. Nearly two weeks of monsoon storms are bringing a nice green color to the dry foothills of the Blue...
A final finishing touch will be added to the beautiful Pioneer Park in Monticello on Pioneer Day. A plaque honoring Dorothy Adams, the creator of the park, will be unveiled at a brief ceremony at 1 p.m. on Saturday, July 24. The park is on Main Street in Monticello, across from the Post Office....
The Monticello City Council banned fireworks, discussed water, and worked with the Lions Club for a new sign at Veterans Park at their June 22 meeting. During this long dry period of time, the council adopted firework restrictions, while administration made plans to ban fires in fire pits at Loyds...
A large acquisition of water rights, adopting the city budget, and flying flags on city property were all discussed as part of the June 8 meeting of the Monticello City Council. A public hearing was held for the Monticello Spring Creek water acquisition project, which could double the amount of...
Monticello residents are mobilizing to improve city parks and recreation programs by asking for a new part-time position to aid a department they see as stretched thin. At the May 25 meeting of the Monticello City Council, nearly a dozen members of the community – most of whom volunteer on the...
The Monticello City Council discussed the upcoming budget, denied a request for zone change and approved liquor licenses at their May 11 meeting. The council voted to deny a zone change request for a parcel of land on the north end of town. The Pearson Lane applicant requested a change to their...
Monticello’s four-tier system allows the city to charge more money for secondary water depending on drought conditions. The different tiers are designed to encourage conservation during times of drought. At the city council meeting on April 13, City Public Works Director Nathan Langston presented...
courtesy: Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Several recent announcements by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are anticipated to impact worshipers at the Monticello Temple, including the announcement of new leadership, additional temples in the area, and lifting of some COVID-19 restrictions. Earlier this year, the church...

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