Effective July 1 the recycling schedule will change from Schedule B to Schedule A for Hyde Park residents north of 600 South/3100 North. For these residents, your recycling will be collected on July 6 and again on July 13. The next collection will be on July 27.
Our 100 miler club is back with a new option for 200 miles. The goal is to build active lifestyles and promote physical activity during the summer. Sign up at the city office anytime during the month of May.
Hyde Park City has a municipal election this year with 3 seats on the city council up for election. In an effort to educate the public on city business, encourage active participation in the community, and introduce the elections process, the city is hosting the first ever Resident Workshop. The event will be held on Tuesday, April 25th at 7:30 pm and Wednesday, April 26th at 6:00 pm at the Hyde Park City Offices (113 E Center St, Hyde Park, UT 84318).
The USU Emergency Preparedness Team has provided this information: The mountains in Utah have received much more snow than usual this year, and as the snow melts, there is the potential for flooding. Here are some steps you can take to be prepared: Clear debris or snow from your gutters and downspouts to help prevent water from backing up and seeping into your home. Know the elevation of your property in relation to plains, streams, and other waterways.