Central Wasatch Commission Dec 18, 2017 CWC agenda with discussion and possible action adding Town of Alta representative to membership.
Please see 2017 Notice of Town Council Vacancy. Those interested in being considered may submit their name and info at the Town Office , starting at 9:00 am on Dec 15, 2017 through 4:00 pm on Jan 5, 2018. Vacancy will be filled at the regularly scheduled Town Council meeting on January 11, 2018.
December 13, 2017
PREVENTING HOLIDAY ACCIDENTS Nothing is more important than keeping your little ones safe. Yet every minute, 17 children go to the emergency room with unintentional injuries – that’s 9.2 million accidents that didn’t have to happen every year.
It’s often small decisions – a candle left burning, a dry Christmas tree or child left alone even for a moment – that could have life-changing consequences. When it comes to holiday dangers, the numbers are even more startling than you might think:
– Each year, fires occurring during the holiday season claim the lives of more than 400 Americans, injure 1,650 more, and cause more than $990 million in damage.
– Candle-related fires are one of the most common holiday hazards, averaging more than 12,000 each year, resulting in 136 deaths, more than 1,000 injuries and $450 million in direct property damage.
– About 5,800 people – two to three every hour – were treated in emergency departments for fall-related injuries sustained while decorating during the holiday seasons.
– Christmas trees, both natural and artificial, were the item first ignited in an estimated average of 240 reported home structure fires per year. These fires caused an estimated average of 13 civilian deaths, 27 civilian injuries and $16.7 million in direct property damage per year.
By taking simple steps, we have an opportunity to help change these statistics together. Committing a minute to safety can be as quick and easy as testing your smoke alarm, taking pillows out of the crib or simply using a cabinet lock. Imagine if every parent committed just one minute to safety every day? Thousands, perhaps millions, of injuries could be avoided. Parents today have a powerful opportunity to raise a safer generation of children, and it can all start by committing just one minute to safety.
November 22, 2017
View the 2017 Election Certification
November 16, 2017
Please view the final Campaign Finance Reports from candidates for local office in the recent 2017 Alta Municipal Election.
November 13, 2017
APPLICATION PERIOD EXTENDED
Alta Chamber and Visitors Bureau, a non-profit, destination marketing organization serving the Alta business community, is hiring for the position of ACVB Coordinator. This is a great opportunity! Click here to view the job description, and visit ACVB online here. Applications will be accepted until November 17th; interested individuals can submit a resume and cover letter to Sara Eubank, President of the ACVB Board of Directors, at Sara@canyonservices.
October 30, 2017
Please view the campaign financial reports filed by candidates for the offices of Mayor and Town Council in the 2017 Alta Municipal Elections. Election day is November 7th.
–Click here to view a sample ballot for Alta’s upcoming 2017 municipal election.
-Official, mail-in ballots will be mailed to voters on October 17th. Election day is November 7th.
–There will be no physical polling location on election day. If you prefer to vote in-person, click here to view a list of early voting locations, and click here to view a list of polling locations for day-of, in-person voting on election day.
-If you are an Alta resident and you need to register to vote, or update your registration status click here. If you are have additional questions about the election or voter registration, visit the Salt Lake County Clerk, Elections Division here or call 385-GOT-VOTE (385-468-8683).
–If you have not received your ballot as of October 30th, please contact the Salt Lake County Clerk Elections Division (see above).
October 10, 2017
Click here to view a sample ballot for Alta’s upcoming 2017 municipal election.
–Official, mail-in ballots will be mailed to voters on October 17th. Election day is November 7th.
—There will be no physical polling location on election day. If you prefer to vote in-person, click here to view a list of early voting locations, and click here to view a list of polling locations for day-of, in-person voting on election day.
–If you are an Alta resident and you need to register to vote, or update your registration status click here. If you are have additional questions about the election or voter registration, visit the Salt Lake County Clerk, Elections Division here or call 385-GOT-VOTE (385-468-8683).
October 9, 2017
Please download this flier from the National Fire Protection Association Escape Planning
September 25, 2017
The Town Council will meet on Thursday, October 19th at 3:30 PM at the Alta Community Center Library. The council was originally scheduled to meet on Thursday, October 12th. Click here to download the Alta Town Council meeting schedule for the 2017-2018 fiscal year.