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Curbside Recycling Election Period Coming This Fall
The Town of Rockville is working with Washington County Solid Waste District to provide a recycling decision period this fall. Now is the best time for residents to choose how they would like to recycle as individual households. All residents will be offered a decision period from September 1 — November 30, 2020. This means you will be able to opt in or out of the BluCan curbside recycling service if you wish. Information is being provided to help you know how to change your status.
Those who don’t wish to change their current BluCan status do not need to do anything — your service status won’t change unless you change it.
Community bins will remain available for those who choose to take recyclables there instead of using curbside pickup.
Please note that the higher the rate of participation among residents, the more cost-effective curbside recycling will be. The Washington County Solid Waste Board has negotiated terms for a ten year contract with Republic Services to continue to collect the waste and recycling in Washington County.
To see pricing details for Rockville residents, please click on this link.
To see the video of the recycling facility in action, please click on this link.
Town of Rockville Notice
Notice is hereby given that the Rockville Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, the 8th day of September 2020 at 6:00 p.m. via Zoom’s online teleconferencing portal to receive public input on the amendments to the Rockville Town Land Use Ordinances and maps and this meeting will have an anchor location at the Rockville Community Center Recreation Hall located at 43 E. Main Street where social distancing and masks will be required.
The goal of these amendments was to determine if there was anything in the Town’s Code or Ordinances that were not in compliance or alignment with current State and/or Federal Law. The Code needed to be modernized in order to comply with state statutory charges – particularly the “plain language” mandate.
The proposed Rockville Town Land Use Code is available online at
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1hAvWhejwDGGB_A7SWnzhHUv_rfcMKFCk?usp=sharing or a copy is available at the Town Office. More detailed information regarding all public hearings may be obtained by contacting Town Clerk, Vicki S. Bell at (435) 772-0992 between 8 a.m. and 1 p.m. Monday thru Friday. Interested persons desiring input into these public hearings are invited to attend the hearing electronically, in person or present their views in writing. Written or email comments should be received no later than 1:00 p.m. Tuesday, September 8, 2020. Written comments can be addressed to: Town of Rockville, PO Box 630206, Rockville, UT 84763 or emailed to the Town Office at email@example.com. The public is invited to participate in all town meetings. If you want to participate in this Town meeting, please call the Town Clerk, Vicki S. Bell, at 772-0992 at least 24 hours prior to the meeting time for the meeting access codes.
Vicki S. Bell
The Utah Division of Forestry, Fire and State Land
has obtained a grant to remove invasive Russian Olive and Tamarisks from Rockville in 2020!
This is your opportunity to rid yourself of these invasive species at no cost to you!!!
If interested, forms are available in the Town Office.
Phase I will be contracted out within the next month and will be cut in March. This treatment is at no cost to the landowner (if they fall within the project boundary), and if funds are available one re-treatment will be conducted the following year. The treatment will be cutting Tamarisk and Russian Olive and spraying the stumps with herbicide immediately after to limit re-sprouting.
Phase II will be contracted in the fall. So any landowners who don't make the first round will have a chance in the fall to sign up.
Here are some informational pamphlets:
Russian Olive Pamphlet
To see if your property is eligible, please contact Carrie Howard,
the Southwest Area Forester, at (435) 218-4629.
NOTICE OF INTENT TO PREPARE AMENDMENTS TO THE
ROCKVILLE LAND USE ORDINANCES AND/OR GENERAL PLAN
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Town of Rockville, Utah intends during the 2018-19 fiscal year to prepare amendments to the Rockville Town Land Use Ordinances and maps, as well as possibly updating the General Plan. The proposed amendments will include comprehensive elements amending the existing Town plans and policy for growth and development within, and around, Rockville. The plan will primarily consider land use, housing, transportation, and capital investment issues within the political boundaries and proposed annexation areas of Rockville.
The public and each of the state-identified Affected Entities are invited to participate in several opportunities to provide information for the Town to consider in the process of preparing, adopting, and implementing the proposed ordinance and plan amendments concerning (a) impacts that the use of land covered by the plan amendments may have on such Affected Entity; and (b) uses of land with the Town that such Affected Entity is planning or considering that may conflict with the amendments.
Interested parties are encouraged to subscribe to future notices through the State Public Notice website (http://www.utah.gov/pmn/index.html) for further information including detailed meeting agendas and other issues related to the planning process.
Documents pertinent to this effort will be made available online and/or by contacting Vicki S. Bell, Town Clerk, firstname.lastname@example.org, (435) 772-0992 or Mike Hansen with Rural Community Consultants, email@example.com, (801) 550-5075.
2015 ROCKVILLE TOWN SURVEY
UTAH GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
The Utah Geological Survey, (a division of the Utah Department of Natural Resources), has conducted an extensive investigation of the tragic rock fall that occurred in Rockville in December of 2013. The detailed report (and map) that identifies and addresses rock fall hazard areas in Rockville has been published and is available to Rockville residents and property owners electronically upon request at the Town Office.
Please note that the report and map gives an overall view of potential rock fall hazard areas and is not meant as a property or site specific geologic study.
Contact Town Clerk Vicki S. Bell at (435) 772-0992 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like the electronic report emailed to you. Hard copies will be made available for a fee of $10 by signing up at the Town Office. A hard copy is also available for review in the Town Office and the Springdale Library.
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