1. Lamont Merrill, Mayor 

    Wendy McLaughlin, Clerk-Treasurer M. Zane Baler, Public Works Director  Phone: (208) 356 7561 

    Fax: (208) 359 2654 

    Office Hours: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 

    JULY 2015 


    July 2 – P & Z meeting cancelled 

    July 3-4 – Rodeo, Madison Fair Grounds 

    July 4 – Independence Day Celebrations!  Main Street Mile – 9:30 am run parade route 

     Flag Raising – 9:30 am Courthouse Glenn Dalling  honored 

    Parade – 10:00 am 

    Porter Park Independence Day Celebration – 9:00 am – 2:00 pm 

     Fireworks – 9:45 pm Madison County Fairgrounds 

    For more information on events contact  (208) 356 – 5700 

    July 9 – City Council Meeting 6:30 p.m. 

    July 10-15- Tabernacle Civic Center music program 

    July 11- Slide the city register at  

    http://www.slidethecity.com/events/rexburg/ July 16 – Planning & Zoning Meeting 7 p.m. July 24 – City Council Meeting 6:30 p.m. 

    July 25 – Pioneer Day! 

    July 25 – St. Anthony Parade 10:30 am, Car Show 

    July 27- Kiwanis Annual Pancake breakfast 7:30- 10:30 am Smith Park. 


    City of Sugar City


    P.O. Box 56 10 East Center 

    Sugar City, Idaho 83448 

    Support our local businesses 

    Dear Sugar City Residents:  

    Dear Sugar City Residents:  



    Former Mayer Glenn Dalling will be honored as the Grand Marshal  in the 4th of July parade! 

    JULY CELEBRATIONS: During the month of  

    July we celebrate Independence Day. May we  

    ever be grateful for the gift of freedom we enjoy  

    in the United States of America and those who  

    have given so much service for this cause – and  

    especially those who have given the ultimate  

    sacrifice. May we also remember the pioneers  

    who planned this city, including the laying out of  

    the streets, planning trees, and solving the  

    many other problems that go with developing a  

    city. We encourage each family to spend a few  

    moments on the 4th & 25th to encourage  

    appropriate appreciation and celebration.  

    CITY RIGHT OF WAYS: Encroaching on gas pipeline easement or right of-way inhibits the course of excavation, surveying the pipeline, and  performing routine maintenance. In order to perform these critical  activities, out maintenance personnel must be able to access the entire  easement or right-of-way, as provided in negotiated easement  agreements with property owners. Please respect the easement or right of-way by not placing obstructions or encroachments within the right-of way.  



     SUGAR CITY CEMETERY: Those visiting the Sugar Salem Moody  SATURDAY JULY 25, 

     Cemetery will need to enter and exit through the south entrance. The  

    FROM 6:30 A.M. TO 10 A.M. 

     west entrance is closed due to the installation of a new sprinkler system.  

    The entire project may take a year to complete. We are sorry for any  AT HERITAGE PARK.

     inconvenience. PLEASE DO NOT DRIVE OVER ANY PIPES and use   only those roads without pipes crossing them. The system costs about  $16,000 and we hope visitors will use every precaution to avoid any damage.  

    FLOWERS! Thanks to all those who have contributed to our flower fund! The beautiful flowers provide a visual living sign  of welcome to our city. We are still in need of donations. If you haven’t already done so, please include your $5 donation  in an envelope marked FLOWER FUND with this month’s utility payment. Your donations are greatly appreciated. 

     City of Sugar City 

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