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CITY WELL NOTICE: July 27, 2016 at 9 am

Attention Milford Residents: Power has been restored to the City Well. The storage tank is currently replenishing; therefore all restrictions will be lifted at NOON today (July 27, 2016).

We truly appreciated all our residents conserving water, while the power was out to the City Well.

***Milford City Swimming Pool will be opened today (July 27th).


Milford Residents: Unfortunately power has NOT been restored at the city well. Rocky Mountain Power is working on the issue. We are in hopes to have power restored by morning. Please continue to conserve water until we lift the notice. We will post as soon as the well is back up running. Thank you to all our residents for conserving water during this time.

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City Well Notice:

Attention Milford Residents: Even though power has been restored to your homes; the power is still out at the City Well and estimated to be out until around 7 pm tonight (July 26th) please understand that our storage tank has dropped tremendously. We are asking all citizens to conserve water, please don’t run your sprinkler systems or any other unnecessary water such as laundry, dishwasher, wash vehicle or other outside watering etc.

**Please understand that City Parks, Schools and Cemetery run off a separate Irrigation Well that has power, therefore you may see sprinklers running at these locations.

***Milford City Swimming Pool will be closed today, due to the City Well not having power.

Notice-Change of Operating Hours for Milford Public Library

Effective July 25, 2016 the operating hours will be as follows:

Monday-Wednesday and Friday from 11 am-5:30 pm

Saturday 11 am-4 pm

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ServLine Program - Notice to All Residential Water Accountholders

Changes are coming to the way Milford City provides leak adjustments to residential customers. You should have received a ServLine information flyer in your June billing statement.

All residential customers were automatically enrolled in the Water Loss Protection (water leaks) in July. This is the only way residential water leaks will be adjusted that occur after August 1, 2016. We wanted to ensure that our customers were protected, so you were automatically enrolled for only $2.00 per month. If you wish to opt out, you may do so at any time by calling 866-737-6840 and speaking with a Customer Service Rep.

Customers can opt-out at any time, just note that if you do not elect to take this coverage and you have a leak, you will be responsible for the full amount of the water bill.

In addition to this water leak protection, ServLine offers our customers Water Line Protection and Sewer Line Protection. Unlike the Water Loss Protection, these programs are not automatic enrollment. Customers may opt-in to these programs by calling Customer Service at 866-737-6840.

Customers may opt-in to the Water Line and Sewer Line Protection at any time, however, enrollment after August 1st will require a 30 day waiting period.


Fire Restriction Order




Pursuant to a Resolution Issuing a Fire Restriction Order adopted by the City Council July 2, 2013, Milford City Council hereby orders a necessary fire restriction until further notice.


Whereas, the State Forester has stated all unincorporated private and state land within the State of Utah are under a fire restriction, and;


Whereas, due to the current and forecasted weather conditions coupled with the extremely dry conditions within Milford City, the local Fire Officials have determined that measure must be taken to prevent costly and damaging fires within Milford City Limits.


The following prohibitions take affect June 28, 2016:


·               Setting, building and maintaining, attending or using open fires of any kind, except within the facilities provided for them in an improved campground, picnic area or permanently improved place such as outside fire pits, grills, etc.


·               Discharging or using any fireworks are banned within the Milford City Limits with the exception of the 4th and 24th of July. Fireworks may be discharged only on these two days within the designated area at the Pavilion Park and recreation complex area located between 100 West and 300 West and 400 North.


·               Cutting, welding, or grinding metals in areas of dry vegetation.


EXEMPTIONS: Persons with permits specifically authorizing the prohibited act, or any State, Local Fire Officer, firefighting forces, and City Employees in the performance of an official duty are exempted from the above prohibitions.


PENALTY: Violation of the above prohibited acts is punishable as a Class B Misdemeanor.


This order will remain in affect until further notice.


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