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Brian Head Fire Updates
For those wishing to obtain information and maps on the Brian Head Fire please visit the following links:
Bryce Canyon Photos
Cedar Breaks Photos
Grand Staircase Photos
Kodachrome Basin Photos
Panguitch Lake Photos
Quilt Walk Photos
Red Canyon Photos
Scenic Drives Photos
Historic Brick Home Photos
Panguitch Event Photo’s
Schedules: Landfill, Library, Social Hall, Water/Secondary Watering
New Waste Management
Large dumpsters are now located outside the fence at the Panguitch City Landfill for unlimited access. There are three large dumpsters with one for construction, demolition materials, and wood furniture, one for mattresses, appliances, and scrap metal, and one for grass clipping, limbs, and yard waste. All household garbage must be placed in the dumpsters located in the Industrial Park. Cameras have been installed and are monitored. Please do not dump on the ground.
Panguitch City Landfill: Winter/Summer hours change on Daylight Savings. WINTER Hours – Wednesdays: 3 PM to 5 PM, and Saturdays: 10 AM to 2 PM. SUMMER Hours – Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays: 3 PM to 7 PM, and Saturdays: 10 AM to 5 PM
Panguitch City Library: The Library at 25 S 200 E is open from 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. It is open from 1:00 pm to 7:00 pm on Tuesday and Thursday.
Social Hall: Social Hall keys are available to Panguitch residents for a $20 nonrefundable fee. You may exchange your old key for a new key. Those who wish to obtain a key must sign a contract that minors (anyone under 18) will be accompanied by an adult when using the Social Hall. Failure to follow this policy will result in the forfeiture of your key.
Secondary Water: The secondary water schedule begins June 7, 2021. Panguitch City will only have 92 days of secondary water this summer. Panguitch City council held an emergency City Council meeting Friday morning, June 4, 2021, to discuss secondary watering turns within the city. After receiving input from many parties, Panguitch City is going to try a new secondary watering schedule within the city’s secondary water system. For secondary water users, the city is asking residents to water residential yards during the week, Monday through Friday, and for those with pastures, to water only on Saturday or
If your home address is an odd number you will water on odd days of the month. If your home address is even, you will be able to water on even days of the month. Pastures on the east side of the main street in Panguitch City will water on Saturday and the west side water on Sunday. Pasture watering days switch each year. In order to maintain sufficient pressure in the system, no pastures should be watered during the week and no residential yards should be watered on the weekend. If you notice someone watering out of turn, we ask you to be kind and continue to set a good example for others. If you notice a chronic problem of watering out of turn, please report it to the city office. In the past watering out of turn has been a problem. Those watering out of turn will be subject to the following penalties:
1st time – verbal warning
2nd time – $25 fine to be paid before your next watering turn
3rd time – $100 fine to be paid before your next watering turn
4th time – secondary water will be capped
Another issue is watering with too many sprinkler-heads at one time, or the size of the head too large. The city has the following rules regarding sprinklers:
a. No more than seven sprinkler heads going at one time, these are small sprinklers used in home sprinkler systems.
b. No more than 2 field sprinklers going at one time. If you have large heads on a line, now more than one line going at a time.
c. NO OPEN HOSES. This has always been the case since the system was built.
d. USU extension office shows in many cases we are over-watering our lawns. If you don’t need the water, shut it off.
Outdoor Culinary Water Usage: You have 12,000 gallons of culinary water per month included in your culinary water service, any water used beyond the 12,000 gallons is charged at $1.00 per thousand gallons. If you use culinary water for outdoor watering please note these rules:
a. no culinary watering between 10:00 am and 6:00 pm.
b. no pasture watering with culinary water.
Water / Sewer Payments
City Wide Clean-Up
Scheduled to take place May 14th through 15th, 2021. If you have items you would like picked up for disposal, please call the City Office at 676-8585.
Summer Events and Activities
There are events all summer long in Panguitch. The fun begins with a giant yard sale on Main Street Memorial Day weekend and the annual Quilt Walk Festival the second weekend in June. The Panguitch Valley Balloon Rally is held the last full weekend in June, followed by a truck show, fiddlers festival, Pioneer Day celebration and rodeo, ATV rally, and a car show in September. Watch the event calendar for rodeos and baseball tournaments throughout the summer!
New Year’s Party!
Don’t miss the Panguitch New Year’s Party! This is a fun event for the whole family with games and bounce house toys for the kids and live entertainment on New Year’s Eve.
Panguitch Lake “Big Fish” Derby
Looking for some great winter fun? Come ice fishing at Panguitch Lake on January 1st and 2nd, 2021, and win cash and prizes! The Panguitch Lake “Big Fish” Derby is for all ages with prizes in both youth and adult divisions. Registration for the derby will begin December 1 and close at midnight December 31. There is a $20 entrance fee for adults and $10 for kids 12 and under.
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Panguitch City Council Minutes
All minutes and additional council materials can also be found on Utah’s Public Notice Website. https://www.utah.gov/pmn/index.html
Panguitch City Council Meetings
Time: 2nd and 4th Tuesdays starting at 6:30 pm
Panguitch City Forms
Panguitch City Forms
To see a copy of an online form please follow the links below. Forms can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Panguitch City Job Application
Conditional Use Permit (required for home occupations, vacation rentals and farm animals at your residence).
- Regulation Of Vacation Rentals(All vacation rentals require a business license, conditional use permit, sales tax ID #, project approval form and a building inspection).
City Hall & Directory
Candidates filed for 2021 Municipal Elections:
The following names will be on the ballot as candidates for the 2021 Panguitch City Municipal Election.
Mayor- Kim Soper
City Council – Tracy Wright David C. Dodds Paul W. Dastrup J. Mack Oetting Dean Sheffer
Kim Soper – Serving a 4 year term through December 31, 2021
Paul Dastrup – Serving a 4 year term through December 31, 2021 AJ Johnson – Serving a 4 year term through December 31, 2021 Mark Boshell – Serving a 4 year term through December 31, 2023
Trudi Owens – Serving a 4 year term through December 31, 2023 Mike Sarles – Serving a 4 year term through December 31, 2023
City Manager – Lori Talbot
City Judge – Tim Smith
City Attorney – Barry Huntington
City Recorder – Tyrissa Howell
City Treasurer – Carla Farnsworth
Event Coordinator/Website/Marketing — Steven Lee Public Works Director – David Owens
Public Works Maintenance/Asst. Director-Public Works – Kory Owens
Public Works Maintenance – Rick Miller
Library Director – Suzanne Dunham (435)676-2431
Children’s Librarian – Verlaine Spencer
25 S 200 E
PO Box 75
Panguitch, UT 84759
City Office hours: Monday – Thursday 7:30 am -5:30 pm. Friday 8:00 am- 12:00 pm. Closed Holidays
City Council Meeting: 6:30 pm on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month in the conference room of the Panguitch City Office. To have an item placed on the agenda, please contact the City Recorder, at 676-8585 no later than noon Thursday prior to council meeting.
Zoning Information: Please contact the City Office at 435-676-8585 for information on upcoming meetings of The Planning and Zoning Commission.
Panguitch City Planning & Zoning Commission
Chairman – Todd Breinholt
Vice Chairman – Chad Veater