Annual City Cleanup
Saturday, May 6th
8:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
FREE Bar-B-Que lunch provided by the City beginning at 11:30 a.m. at the Town Square Shelter
It would be very helpful to bring your own shovels, rakes, gloves and most of all, smiling faces!
Snowpack is currently about 160% of normal in the Provo River drainage. Midway City recommends the public be prepared for spring runoff. If your home is by a canal, creek, in a flood plain, or if you have experienced flooding before – you may want to consider the purchase of sand and sandbags. Sand bags are typically available at your local hardware, home improvement, concrete supply, farm, tractor, and ranch supply businesses. The most economical way to purchase sand is through local gravel pits/aggregate providers.
Just like carrying insurance, you must plan for what is your responsibility, and defense of personal property against flooding is the homeowner’s responsibility. Although the City may be in a position to assist private property owners with some resources, severe flooding would necessitate the City to focus on community infrastructure and not individual properties.
If you have concerns about flooding, we would recommend that you consult your local insurance agent to evaluate your flood insurance coverage.
Serve in your community!
JustServe works with sponsors to make opportunities visable to the volunteer network.
You can find a project, signup within minutes and help care for others and build your community, with no fees or obligations.
Midway City just added a project!
To find out more information visit the website www.justserve.org