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Posted on: August 22, 2020

Roosevelt Animal Shelter temporarily closed to the public; animal care will continue

Two hands reach inside a shelter cage toward two puppies.

The Roosevelt Animal Shelter has been temporarily closed to public access. Members of staff will continue to provide care for all animals in shelter custody during the closure; however, public services such as animal adoption will not be available during ...

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Posted on: August 12, 2020

Lifeguards work with EMS on emergency response training

Lifeguards and emergency response personnel load a girl on a backboard into an ambulance.

Lifeguards at the Roosevelt Aquatic Center brushed up on their skills by training alongside Emergency Medical Services personnel in July. The two groups worked together to practice procedures for in-water rescues that might end with ambulance calls.

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Posted on: August 3, 2020

Census apathy could cost Duchesne County residents $22 million annually

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It is a Census year, but response rates in Duchesne County fall well below state and national averages. Failure to respond to the simple Census questionnaire could cost county residents more than $200 million over the next ten years.

Approximately 67 perce...

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Posted on: July 30, 2020

Aquatic Center set to reopen Monday, August 3

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The Roosevelt Aquatic Center will reopen to the public on Monday, Aug. 3, following a temporary closure due to COVID-19.

On the evening of Tuesday, July 21, administrators were made aware of a positive case of COVID-19 among the aquatic center staff. The f...

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Posted on: July 23, 2020

Aquatic Center to remain closed; general public not considered to be at risk

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The Roosevelt Aquatic Center will remain closed temporarily due to COVID-19 exposure among the staff. However, members of the general public are not considered to be at risk.

On the evening of Tuesday, July 21, administrators at the Roosevelt Aquatic Cente...

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Posted on: July 22, 2020

Roosevelt Aquatic Center temporarily closed due to COVID-19; TriCounty Health investigation ongoing

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The Roosevelt Aquatic Center has been temporarily closed due to a positive case of COVID-19 among staff. TriCounty Health Department is conducting an investigation to determine the possible spread of the virus and will contact any members of the public wh...

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Posted on: June 23, 2020

Roosevelt City fireworks information for 2020 season

2020 fireworks information

As the Fourth of July holiday weekend approaches, Roosevelt City has released their fireworks guidelines for the 2020 season.

As established by the Utah State Fire Marshal, fireworks may be discharged from July 2-5 from the hours of 11 a.m. to 11 p.m, with...

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City News
Posted on: March 19, 2020

Citizen Guidelines During COVID-19 Outbreak

Citizen Guidelines during COVID-19 Outbreak

We’ve kept you informed about what we’re doing to stay safe during the COVID-19 outbreak, but what can YOU do?

1 - EXERCISE RESTRAINT. Please purchase only what you need and avoid impulse or panic buying. In Roosevelt City, we do a grea...

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Posted on: March 13, 2020

Roosevelt City implements precautionary measures during COVID-19 outbreak

ROOSEVELT COVID-19 PLAN

March 20, 2020

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Roosevelt City is taking proactive steps to protect residents and employees during the COVID-19 outbreak. It is the goal of Roosevelt City to operate efficiently, ensure that all essential services are provided, and keep...

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Posted on: November 21, 2019

Roosevelt City appoints interim management team, starts process of hiring new city manager

At the Roosevelt City Council meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 19, the city began the process of replacing its administrative team.

City Manager Ryan Snow and Assistant City Manager/Finance Director John Zilles announced their resignations in October. To ensure a ...

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