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Welcome to Elwood, Utah! 

Elwood is in Box Elder County, Utah, with a population of about 1000 residents. Elwood was officially incorporated as a town in 1933, and a town hall was built in 1983 to host governmental functions, after 50 years of meeting in the old Elwood church. To learn more about Elwood's history, click on the "History" tab.


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Public Notice to Elwood Town Citizens


911 National Day of Service...Litter Pickup through Elwood Town Streets

Meet at Elwood Town Hall (5235 W. 8800 N.) at 10 a.m. Go to designated street. Pick up Trash along side of road. Need gloves and grabbing stick if wanted. Orange Garbage Bags will be supplied.
Enjoy a little bit of service and working with others.

Elwood Town Hall
September 18, 2021 10:00 AM- 12:00 PM
Let's clean up the litter from our streets


911 National Day of Service... Clean up of Dead Wood at Hansen Park

We will be cutting down dead limbs from trees, picking up all fallen dead limbs and pilling them in a pile for anyone who would like fire wood. You will need gloves, chain saw if have one, rake etc.

September 18 2021 8:00 AM - 11:00 AM
HANSEN PARK
9180 North River Road
Elwood Town



Public Service Announcement

March 18, 2020
For Immediate Release

Beginning with the start of business on Thursday, March 19, 2020, all Elwood town buildings will be open to the public by appointment only.

Elwood Town buildings will offer services to the public by appointment only. We are happy to assist you with the services you need. Most town business can be conducted over the phone, on the website or via email. Please note that some employees are working remotely. If you call an employee, please leave a message; if they are working remotely, this is how they will know to return your call. You can reach Gina Marble (435)230-0858 or Steve Woerner (435)730-3902

Elwood Town offices can be contacted at (435) 257-5518 and some of your questions may be answered on our website: www.elwoodtown.com

We appreciate your patience at this time. We take our role as Elwood town government very seriously and are concerned about the needs of our citizens during this Coronavirus outbreak. Please know we are working diligently to achieve the best possible outcome during this time. We take the health of our community very seriously.

Elwood Town Council


 

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Drinking Water Protections Against COVID-19

State officials say there is no reason to stock up on surplus bottled water due to Coronavirus

SALT LAKE CITY-The Utah Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) wants residents to know that their public water supply is safe. In the case of quarantine or outbreak related to the coronavirus, public drinking water system are designed to continuously deliver safe drinking water to your tap.

“Drinking water treatment and disinfection has effectively protected Utah’s population for many decades. These protections will safeguard residents against drinking-water-borne viral infections-including coronavirus.” Says Marie Owens, Director of DEQ’s Division of Drinking Water. “There is no need for residents to stock up on surplus bottled water in preparation for a potential outbreak of coronavirus.”

About DEQ

Established in 1991, the Utah Department of Environmental Quality’s (DEQ) mission is to safeguard and improve Utah’s air, land, and water through balanced regulation. DEQ implements state and federal state and federal environmental laws and works with individuals, community groups and business to protect the quality of Utah’s air, land and water. For more information, visit www.deq.utah.gov follow DEQ on Facebook (utahdeq) and Twitter (UtahDEQ)



We would like to remind you now its getting warmer weather please keep your garage doors, sheds and barns closed and locked, please keep a porch light on to help prevent theft. Please be aware of your surroundings we have been getting calls regarding suspicious activity if you see anything please call the sheriffs office.

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Elwood Town is looking for residents to volunteer to serve on the Elwood Town Emergency Preparedness committee. We are looking for people with skills involving Ham Radio, Medicine, Heavy Equipment, Home Storage, or interest in planning & organizing. Please contact Gina Marble at Elwood Town Hall at (435)257-5518


Emergency Contact List

Elwood Town would like you to update your contact information, your personal information will only be used for an EMERGENCY ONLY...water break, emergency disaster, etc. You can email your Name, Phone number and an email address to gmarble@elwoodtown.com Thank you for your participation.

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