“This is one of the most successful fundraisers ever held by our agency,” said Mike Reberg, Salt Lake County Animal Services director. “The money raised is going to help hundreds of injured and ill animals that find themselves in our care.”
The Salt Lake County Health Department, in partnership with the Sandy Fire Department, will offer a fall prevention education series beginning Monday, April 20, 2015 at the Sandy fire station.
Sandy locals will tell you that this city is truly a great place to live. A public hearing that took place on March 17 illustrated just how passionate Sandy residents are about their homes, and many expressed intense anger at the possibility of changes coming to their beloved neighborhoods.
Every year, there is a flurry of activity for 45 days at the Utah Capitol as legislators work feverishly to make good policy to better govern the lives of Utahns. We would be remiss to not take the opportunity to express our thanks for their service, with special recognition to our own representatives who work hard looking out for our city’s interests.
“Participating in these competitions has given me a taste of success and a never ending love for Math. It's a great feeling to be able to excel at something you're passionate about. "
Each year Mayor Tom Dolan and the city staff take an evening to honor the city’s many volunteers. On Feb. 17, they honored 9 more volunteers and contributors to the community.
The Elementary School Art Show has been around since 2003. This city-sponsored event allows hundreds of elementary-age students to display their art for the Sandy community. Every year this art show brightens up the South Towne Center’s fountain area.
Crews will be doing some additional upgrading of some of the city’s water lines after some recent water main breaks.
A Sandy resident recently competed on the daytime game show “The Price is Right” and made it all the way to the Showcase Showdown.
“I can’t tell you what an extremely rich experience this has been. Not only from the musical point of view, but also the whole culture thing,” American West Symphony Board Chair Charlotte Jordan said.