Help! The City Council would like to know what the public wants them to do in regards to the wastewater contract River Heights has with Logan City. Click here to read more about it. Then come to a public hearing on October 13, 7:00 p.m. at the City Building to ask questions and give your opinion.
Find out about the following in our October Newsletter:
Road and Water Projects
Tree Lighting Ceremony
Parks and Recreation Update
No Election this Year
Apple Days Wrap-Up
The Cache County Sheriff’s Office is sponsoring a basic Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) course and all community members are invited to participate. Classes begin Thursday, August 27th.
Click here for more details.
River Heights City will reimburse the registration fee for those who complete the course.
River Heights City is looking for school crossing guards. If interested, please call the City Office between 9:30 and 2:30, Monday – Thursday. 752-2646 ext 1
The deadline for filing for candidacy was June 8. River Heights City has three open council seats for 2016. Those who filed were:
Robert “K” Scott
No primary will be held. The November election will only be held if a write-in candidate files by September 4.
The River Heights City Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on Wednesday, June 17, 2015 at 7:05 p.m. to discuss a number of small changes to the River Heights City Code. The hearing will be held in the River Heights City Building, located at 520 S 500 E. Copies of the proposed changes can be viewed here. Written comment can be addressed to Commissioner Mark Malmstrom and will be accepted up until noon on the date of the meeting.
The T-Ball spots have all been filled. We hope you check back with us next April.
April is Spring Cleaning Month
This year, River Heights City will have extra green waste and trash bins available for residence of the city to use to clean up their yards, garages, and streets.
Beginning April 1st, there will be two green waste bins and one waste bin behind the cemetery along and one waste bin behind the city offices. That’s right, all month long!
With such a warm spring, it’s a great time to schedule family and youth groups to help neighbors take advantage of the extra bins that are available.