Pleasant View City July News

Thursday, July 20, 2017 - 9:30pm
Dawn Scothern

Mark your calendar for the movie in Barker’s park on July 28th is Finding Nemo. Bring blankets and chairs and enjoy the movie. Starts about 9:00 pm (at dusk). Don’t forget the bug spray West Nile Virus has been found in a number of areas in Northern Utah.

West Nile Virus Alert. The Box Elder Mosquito Abatement District was recently informed by the Utah State Public Health Laboratory that a mosquito pool (sample) tested positive for West Nile virus in the county. This sample was from Bear River City. This is the first positive pool in Box Elder County this year. The virus has only been confirmed in Bear River City thus far, but it is possible that the virus could be more widespread at this point. We are announcing this to make the county aware that West Nile virus season has started. With the 24th of July coming up, please take proper precautions if you are outside after dusk. Be sure to wear long sleeve shirts and pants. Mosquito Repellent with DEET is also a great way to avoid mosquito bites. Please share this message with your friends and family to keep them safe this weekend and in the next few weeks to come.

A word from the Mayor is the budget for 2017-2018 has been approved. With notable items adding a small increase in the hours the recreation programs are open. There is a large ticket item that is needed, an all-wheel drive plow/dump truck will be purchased. Also there is a significate investment on the road maintance for the city. The police department will be adding a new full time officer that will help with the overlapping and times when double coverage is needed, this will put a -$79,000 to the city’s budget with small increase to the property tax this can be covered without dipping into the rainy day fund.

Good news Questar Gas and Tempest are now on the last leg of the project in Pleasant View, thank you for your patience to all those that have been effected by this project. Shady Lane Park restrooms are now complete.

The city’s project that have been awarded to the lowest bidder are:

·         The culvert installation in conjunction with Weber Basin connection project went to Rock Art Works.

·         City office re-roofing project awarded to Dean Stocks construction.

·         2017 Street Maintenance project to Advanced Paving majority of the work will be concentrated up on the hill above Weber High School

·         Evergreen Storm Drain bypass was awarded to Mike Humphreys construction this will be on the lowest section of Evergreen Road to Pleasant View Drive – Pleasant View Drive going east toward 1100 w to pick up a storm line then remove the connections from the canal and connect to the pipe to go under the canal

·         4300 N. road construction awarded to E.K. Bailey from 300 west to 500 west this includes a water main, storm sewer line, retaining wall for the property on the SW corner of 500 west 4300 n

·         A bid for the city shop bay on the west side of the public works complex was rejected to the lowest bid

Students of the month are: Wendy Alcaras from Weber High, Ilene Maw from North Ogden Jr. High, Zoe Wilson from Maria Montessori Academy, and Isiah Wood from Orion Jr. High. Congratulations to each of you for your outstanding qualities that your teachers recognized.

On July 11 the new I-15 2700 N Update: Construction Planned for 2018 was reviled about improvements from UDOT coming in 2018 to the 2700 N. off ramp and to the Washington Blvd/2700 N intersection in 2019. Watch for more updated information.

Remember to get registered for the election and voting process. There is going to be a vote for Mayor and 2 City Council members.  MAYOR CANDIDATES:

Leonard Call    801-782-3192

Toby Mileski    801-782-9111



Jeff Bolingbroke            801-782-4942 

Justin J. Urry                  801-737-0523 

Nate Arrington              801-782-8881 

Dale L. Roberts              801-737-9698 

Steven Gibson               801-786-0280 

David Chugg                  801-499-7562  

Brian Weeks                 801-510-2428