Mapleton City and Mapleton Elementary School will hold Arbor Day Celebration events on Friday, April 27th, hosted by the Mapleton City Tree Committee and Mapleton Parks and Recreation. Please join us for a short program and as we plant a tree to commemorate this special day. The celebration will begin at 1:00 at the Mapleton City Park.
Mapleton City has once again been honored with the Tree City USA Award. Mapleton City is proud to have been a Tree City for 24 Years!
We have several Designated Heritage Trees throughout the community. If you are interested in visiting these trees, please contact Mapleton Parks and Recreation for a copy of the existing Heritage Trees.
If you get the chance, mark your calendars and celebrate Arbor Day by planting a tree or just take a minute to enjoy and appreciate just how amazing trees are!
Congratulations to our new Miss Springville/Mapleton Mary Nelson and Miss Hobble Creek Austri Ekker. Their attendants are Morgan Davis and Annicka Perry. We look forward to working with them as they provide service to our great city.
In an effort to help accommodate each of you with your spring clean-up Mapleton City will provide dumpsters from April 23rd through May 5th. The dumpsters will be located on the southeast corner of 300 West and 400 North (west of City Hall). Please enter off of 300 West. Do NOT drop off concrete or hazardous waste materials. If you have any questions about acceptable items please contact Camille Brown at 801-806-9106.
The Utah County Open Burn will take place March 30, 2018 through May 30, 2018. You must fill out a BURN PERMIT APPLICATION by clicking on the link below, prior to burning.
Recently a study in West Valley revealed that only 20 percent of the people in the area ‘jump in’ to help with a life-saving skill. Here in Mapleton, we would like to provide training at little to no cost to our citizens so that they will feel more comfortable in jumping in when there is an emergency. Our next class will be taught on March 24, 2018 starting at 9AM. Three levels of CPR can be taught during the class, Hands-only, Heartsaver, and Basic Life Support. Please consider taking a CPR course so that you will feel prepared and able to help in a future emergency. If you are interested, please contact the city offices at 801-489-5655 to sign up. More information can be found on our website at www.mapleton.org.
We are excited to announce our annual Easter Party at the library. It will be held on March 21st at 5pm. Come join us for an Easter egg hunt, prizes and fun activities. Please call or sign up at the library by March 16th if you plan to attend.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) in cooperation with the State of Utah Division of Emergency Management has prepared preliminary Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRMs) for review and comment. A FIRM is an official community map on which FEMA delineates both special flood management hazard areas and risk premium zones for the applicable community. These maps are used to help mitigate the effects of potential flooding in the area. The FIRM is also used to determine eligibility for the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) which provides protection for property owners from potential losses due to flooding.
A Public Open House will be held on March 21, 2018 at the Springville Civic Center from 6:00pm – 8:00pm where the revisions to the FIRM will be presented and public comment solicited. Digital copies of the FIRM are available online at the below website:
More information about the NFIP program can be found at the below website: