First City of St. George Neighborhood Open House of 2024 set for March 28 at SunRiver

The City of St. George will conduct its first Neighborhood Open House of 2024 on March 28 at the SunRiver Community Center, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Everyone is welcome to attend to learn more about how the City functions.

“Each year I look forward to connecting with our residents and discussing our shared vision for the future of St. George,” said Mayor Michele Randall. “Neighborhood Open Houses provide a comfortable setting to talk to elected officials and department heads, where you can learn about things that interest you.”

There is no formal agenda at a Neighborhood Open House. Attendees are invited to mingle with City officials representing a variety of departments and divisions, including: planning and zoning, public works, water, energy services, leisure services, police, fire, golf, human resources, economic development and more.

“There will be information on a variety of topics available for people of all interests,” added Randall. “Check out some of the trails, parks and recreation plans we will be implementing in the coming years. Find out what roadways are planned, and the progress on current projects. And our public safety departments — police and fire — always have cool giveaways for youngsters.”

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About the City of St. George

St. George is the largest city in Washington County and the fifth-largest city in Utah with approximately 100,000 residents. In recent years, people from across the United States have been attracted to St. George’s world class healthcare, active lifestyle, access to university education and proximity to unrivaled recreation. Scenic beauty abounds throughout the city and region including Snow Canyon State Park, Quail Creek and Sand Hollow Reservoirs, and Zion National Park. With an average of about 300 days of sunshine per year, the community welcomes all to live, work, play and eat and experience the ‘Brighter Side’ in St. George, Utah.