Due to the COVID 19 outbreak
Our office will be temporarily to the PUBLIC
beginning Monday, March 23, 2020.
We are still fully staffed and can still assist you. You can pay your bill over the phone, online, drop off payments in the drop box or you can come through the drive up on the north side of the building and we will try to assist you. If you have questions or need additional service, please call our office at 896-6439 and we will make an appointment to meet with you. Thank you for your patience and understanding as we continue to try and serve you!
Please find Richfield City’s 2017 Water Quality Report for your review.
A copy of this report will also be enclosed in your March 2018 water bill. As shown in the report, Richfield City meets or exceeds all Federal EPA standards with regards to water quality.
Dear Friends: I’ve been working hard to make the Community Development Center a reality. I always enjoy reading The Richfield Reaper, and I particularly appreciated Melissa Winters’ comments in last week’s edition regarding the benefits of the proposed center. I agree wholeheartedly. I always look forward to David Anderson’s Cruise Control. David has had a unique view of life that is always engaging and entertaining. Let me echo the sentiments expressed in the editorial about civility. It...
Dear Friends: I think I might have some kind of Attention Deficit Disorder! I have several things in my office that distract me. They keep me from things that are screaming for attention. Procrastination may be a side effect of my ailment. One thing that always grabs my attention is old maps. I’ve created one to teach various groups about trails through Utah. It shows where Native Americans, traders, trappers, explorers and pioneers traveled to make their mark on our beautiful state and...
Dear Friends: As reported in last week’s edition of The Reaper, the Sevier County Commissioners voted unanimously to move forward with a bond election this November to authorize their funding and participation in a new Community Development Center. I applaud their decision. It took courage to take this bold step. As the agency holding the election, they have to be somewhat neutral (“Just the facts, Ma’am) in the way they approach this election. I, happily, do not have that same obligation! Why do I...
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