Honeyville City Drought Information: July 20, 2021   Dear Honeyville Citizens,   As most of you are aware the state of Utah is experiencing one of the worst droughts on record and no one can predict how long these conditions will last.    Currently, both of Honeyville City's Wells are healthy.  However, our 8 springs combined are flowing at a rate of 250 gallons per minute, which is EXTREMELY low for this time of year.  We feel fairly confident our water supply will be sufficient to carry us through this year.  However, we have no way of knowing what kind of moisture we will receive this winter and if we will be able to replenish our water supply.   Keeping this in mind the City Council is encouraging ALL citizens to CONSERVE WATER any way possible.   HERE ARE SOME SUGGESTIONS ON HOW YOU CAN HELP CONSERVE WATER: §  Water Less Often and for Shorter Periods of Time. (The State is asking that we only water 2x a week) §  Water during the Cooler Hours of the Day. (6:00 p.m. - 10:00 a.m.) §  Allow your Lawn to Grow Taller, setting lawn mower blades to 3 - 4" will shade the roots and reduce evaporation. §  Don't Water when it is Windy. §  Fix Water Leaks. §  Run Full Loads (dishwashers & washing machines) §  Reduce Shower Times. §  For More Tips Visit - waterwiseutah.org - conservewater.utah.gov - slowtheflow.org   We do have a few yard signs, shown below, available at Honeyville City Hall. If you would like to post one in your yard to help raise awareness please stop by the Office during business hours. (M, T, TH 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Wed. 1:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.)  

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Honeyville is a small farming community located in northern Utah near the Idaho border. It was established in 1863 by Mormon settlers. Most of the original settlers were farmers who raised sugar beets, potatoes, cattle, horses and sheep. There are still farmers in the community today but the majority of the population is now made up of many other professions. Many enjoy working outside the area but still living in a smaller community like Honeyville. Even as the city continues to grow, it still maintains the small town feel and closeness with neighbors. Many residents move to Honeyville to enjoy country life mainly, having horses and other farm animals. They enjoy getting together for the 4th of July and Trunk or Treat each year and having a good time together. Honeyville is a small city that still enjoys the country life.

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