4/2/2020 2:45pm - Bear River Health Department COVID-19 Press Release click here
4/2/2020 12:30pm - Bear River Health Department Situation Report click here
3/30/2020 7:30pm - Bear River Health Department Public Health Order click here
3/30/2020 10:00am - The following areas will be closed to public use until further notice:
Brigham City will operate the lobbies of City Hall (20 North Main), Public Works (980 W Forest), Recreation (641 E 200 N), and the Community/Senior Center (300 W Forest) by appointment only. Cemetery Offices will be closed to the public until further notice.
4/2/20 12:30pm - Bear River Health Department Order click here
Most city business can be conducted over the phone, on the website or via email. We are more than happy to instruct you how to accomplish what you need. Please note, some employees are working remotely. If you call an employee, please leave a message; if employees are working remotely, this is how they will know to return your call. General Brigham City questions can be answered at 435-734-6622.
Department phone numbers:
Public Works & Cemetery: 435-734-6615
3/22/2020 8:00pm - Utah Coronavirus Hotine for COVID-19 information 1-800-456-7707
Brigham City would like to keep the public up-to-date on the City's response to COVID-19. The City is working hard to do it's part to limit the spread of this disease and encourage all to adhere to state and federal recommendations regarding COVID-19. Below are the latest communications provided by the City.
Public safety is the top priority for the residents of Brigham City. We are taking precautionary measures to ensure the health and safety of our employees and community. It is critically important to use 911 for emergencies only.
In keeping with State guidelines Brigham City Public Works will be evaluating upcoming bowery reservations in May and determining whether or not we will need to cancel these reservations. We are closely monitoring and will update those who have reservations or events in our parks. Parks restrooms will continue to be closed until further notice. We will keep the community updated as to when they may become available for public use.
For the latest information from Bear River Health Department, click hereAdditional reliable information about CODIV-19:
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