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Posted on: August 31, 2020

Mayor's Message - September

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Play ball! Syracuse children have been called back to school! This September ritual comes with unique challenges never before faced. This is due to a tiny ball of protein and a pinch of RNA, the COVID-19 virus. Syracuse residents have always handled balls...

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Posted on: September 9, 2020

Back to School Safety

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Parents and children are preparing for the challenges of starting a new school year during very uncertain conditions. To keep them safe, many parents will be talking to their kids about wearing masks, social distancing, and frequent hand washing....

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Posted on: September 9, 2020

Jr Jazz signups and adult fitness classes

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Jr. Jazz Basketball

Registration dates:

1st Session: August 1- September 30Divisions: Itty Bitty Hoops (participant MUST be registered in Kindergarten), 1st grade boys, 2nd grade boys, 1st/2nd grade girls, 3rd/4th grade girls, 5th/6th grade girls, 7th- 9th ...

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Posted on: September 9, 2020

Public Works Updates

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ADJUST SPRINKLER CLOCK

Temperatures are cooling, and there are fewer daylight hours as we approach the autumn season. Remember to adjust your sprinkler clock to reduce the water duration and number of days. We recommend that you follow the Utah Division of...

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Posted on: August 31, 2020

Community Corner - September

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Question:  Why does Animal Services require rabies vaccinations so often?

Answer:  Having your cat or dog immunized against rabies is critical to their health.  We have received reports of several dead bats in our area this summe...

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Posted on: September 1, 2020

Syracuse City Contract Postal Unit

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The Post Office inside the Municipal Building is not actually a Post Office, but a Contract Postal Unit (CPU) that is run by Syracuse City. Our CPU is staffed with city employees, not postal workers, and we currently have three mail clerks working the mor...

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