Newsletter
March - April 2014

Plain City Youth Council

Plain City will be organizing a city youth council. If your teenager is interested in participating please contact LaFray Kelley by email at lafrayk@q.com with your contact information. This will be a great opportunity to serve the community and gain experience that can be used on future resumes and college applications.

Utah Pioneers Cabin/Museum

The Plain City Camp of the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers have a cabin/museum in the middle of town. It is located on the west side of the center church parking lot. The cabin was built in 1860 by John Carver. The
Plain City Camp was deeded the cabin many years ago and have the responsibility of caring for it and carrying on the legacy left us by our pioneer ancestors. The cabin is in need of restoration and we need your help!

We have been fundraising for this project since Spring of 2013 and are so grateful for those who have donated thus far, but we still have a long way to go. If you can help us, any amount will be greatly appreciated.

Checks can be made out to: Plain City Camp DUP for cabin restoration. A receipt will be mailed to you. Donations can be given to:

  • Pat Smith 4390 W 1400 N Plain City, UT 84404 (801-731-5806)
  • Joyce Weston 3925 W 1975 N Plain City, UT 84404 (801-731-2747)
  • Rhea Gregory 1590 N 4700 W Plain City, UT 84404 (801-731-1146)
Your donation will bring us closer to our goal of completing the project
Recycling

Just a reminder, only the following items are recyclable: #1 (pete) and #2 (hope) plastics (milk cartons, soda bottles, grocery bags, most plastic cleaning fluid containers), clean cardboard and paper (remove wax or foil liners), and household aluminum and steel (tin foil, food cans, clothes hangers, steel nuts and bolts). Grass clippings are not recyclable. For yard waste, please use our green waste facility located at 2800 N. 5100 W.

Open Burning Information

ALL BURNING MUST BE DONE IN DAYLIGHT HOURS
Civil Defense

The American Civil Defense Association works to prepare Americans for natural and manmade disasters. They provide literature and monthly training classes on how to prepare for most any disaster scenario. For more information, visit www.tacda.org , info@tacda.org , or call (800) 425-5397.
Landscaping

If you are receiving delivery of landscaping material, please make sure that it is not placed in the road. Our ordinance prohibits this for two reasons, public safety and to protect downstream receiving waters from silt and debris when the material enters the storm drain.


Plain City History books (written by Dorothy & Lyman Cook) are available at the
City Offices or through Dorothy Cook for $10.00.