Monticello

Monticello’s four-tier system allows the city to charge more money for secondary water depending on drought conditions. The different tiers are designed to encourage conservation during times of drought. At the city council meeting on April 13, City Public Works Director Nathan Langston presented...
courtesy: Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Several recent announcements by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are anticipated to impact worshipers at the Monticello Temple, including the announcement of new leadership, additional temples in the area, and lifting of some COVID-19 restrictions. Earlier this year, the church...
A Moab businessman may bring a tiny-home manufacturing company to Monticello. At their March 9 meeting, the Monticello City Council approved a zone change request to a parcel located on the north end of town. The zoning changes from R2 Residential to Commercial. The zone change is the first step...
Note: The printed version of this story stated the Spring Creek project would include a new reservoir, clarification from the city confirms the Spring Creek project does not include the planning, engineering, or construction of a reservoir. Our apologies for any confusion the prior story may have...
Steps to promote and ensure stable recreation in Monticello was a main topic of discussion for the Monticello City Council on January 12. The Council emphasized that Monticello City Recreation needs to get recreation up and running again for the kids of Monticello. The boys basketball program was...
Michelle Sonderegger is the Monticello Citizen of the Year for 2020 for her years of service to the community. Sonderegger was nominated for the award from two separate nominations. One nomination was by Carol Van Steeter and Scott Mitchell, while Linda Lewis and Ellen Kirby submitted the other....
Monticello City has at least $39,000 in CARES funds that they are using to provide citizens with utility relief. At their November 10 meeting, the city council approved using those funds to provide credits on Monticello resident utility bills, offering $100 in credits to anyone who demonstrates...
COVID-19 cases are back on the rise in San Juan County, with Monticello seeing a single week increase of 23 active cases. San Juan Public Health reports an increase of 33 cases over the past week, totaling 62 cases in the county. Monticello saw the biggest increase, going from three active cases...
The concerns of Monticello residents with high vehicle speeds and dangerous cross walks were discussed at the October 13 meeting of the Monticello City Council. Doug Allen complained about the high speeds and specifically mentioned the intersection and crosswalk near the Post Office. The area has...
Monticello High School
Fall Break has been extended in the San Juan School District. There will be no school for students district wide on Monday, it will be a teacher/staff work day. Additionally there has been an outbreak of COVID-19 in the Monticello schools involving at least three students and half a dozen staff...

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