The City of La Verkin will be joining the “Wreaths Across America” movement by placing a wreath on every Veteran’s grave in the La Verkin City cemetery. On Saturday, December 18th at 10:00 AM at the city cemetery there will be a short program to honor those men and women who served. Following the program the wreaths will be placed.
WCWCD (water conservancy) has notified the city that it needs to take the irrigation water out of the line Thursday morning 8/26 to repair the diversion dam gates. They expect it to take 24 hours. Water should be back in system Friday morning, 8/27.
Water Conservation Tips Bathroom • Avoid flushing the toilet unnecessarily. Dispose of tissues, insects, and other similar waste in the trash rather than the toilet. • Consider purchasing a low-volume toilet that uses less than half the water of older models.
Blair Gubler I have lived in our small quaint community of La Verkin my entire life and have had the pleasure to grow up with a lot of people in our area. My employment started as a bag boy at Lyman’s then moved to construction until I was hired by Ash Creek Special Service District. I have been an employee of Ash Creek SSD for over 30 years and will retire in September.
Richard M. Hirschi I was born in Hurricane, Utah and has lived and worked in Sothern Utah his whole life. He graduated from Hurricane High School in 1968 and was an All-State linebacker for the football team.
Ray Justice My name is Ray Justice. I am running for LaVerkin City Council. You can view my bio/profile on either the vote.
Aaron Rasmussen My name is Aaron Hatch Rasmussen. I was born in Flagstaff Arizona. I grew up in Veyo Utah I have resided in Washington County since birth.
Patricia Wise Campaign Profile, Patricia (Patty) Wise I moved to La Verkin 5 years ago. I started attending city council and planning commission meetings and was hooked. I ran for city council to contribute to something good.