Plain City public schools belong to the Weber School District and includes two elementary schools, one junior high school, and one high school.
A tribute to the men and women who had the foresight, vision, and courage to endure the hardships that were necessary to make Plain City a nice place to live.
After finishing his pieces for the Rome Temple Visitor’s Center, Al Rounds is looking forward to some new projects. He is currently working on a commission of a historic home in Plain City, Utah.
This summer he made some changes to a previous Bountiful Temple painting (now available for purchase in our gallery), and he’s looking forward to working on a painting of the Mesa, Arizona Temple and Big Cottonwood Canyon.
Make sure to stop by the gallery frequently over the next few months – Al has a number of small pieces in the works that are going to go fast!
Weber School District is located in Northern Utah in the heart of Weber County. Nestled within the Wasatch Region, it extends from the vast Rocky Mountains and into a portion of the Great Salt Lake.
Superintendent: Dr. Jeff Stephens
Asst. Superintendent(s): Kevin Sederholm,
Jane Ann Kammeyer
Weber School District
5320 Adams Ave. Pkwy.
Ogden, UT 84405
It seems like everyone loves the long, hot days of summer. But there’s one thing guaranteed to ruin the perfect barbecue, camping trip, or baseball game — MOSQUITOES! Unfortunately, mosquitoes love summer as much as we do. There are a number of things you can do to protect yourself and your family from annoying mosquitoes and associated illnesses, like West Nile Virus, they can bring. The Weber Mosquito Abatement District (Weber MAD) recommends eliminating places where water can collect. Watch for trouble spots — stagnant birdbaths and fountains, blocked rain gutters and downspouts, plant saucers, old tires, buckets, over-watered lawns and gardens, pet dishes and horse troughs. If you are outside in the evening or early morning, during peak mosquito biting times, wear long pants and long sleeves, and apply mosquito repellent approved by the Environmental Protection Agency. Repellent containing the active ingredient DEET, Picaridin, or oil of lemon eucalyptus have been approved. Read and follow label directions.
Please call Weber MAD to help locate beehives and other areas, sensitive to spraying, ask about other public services they offer, and report mosquito problems around your home. They can be reached by phone, at 801-392-1630 or visit their website.
Recycling is picked up EVERY OTHER week in Plain City, and your pick-up day coincides with your trash day. Please make sure your container is out the night before, to ensure that it does not get missed.
Food, glass, household trash, plastic bags or film, pizza boxes, Styrofoam, foam cups or containers, clothes/shoes, yard waste, motor oil, household chemicals, construction debris (dirt, rocks, sod, concrete, etc.), tires, batteries, propane bottles, tanks or barrels of any kind, furniture, appliances, or electronics.
This program is sponsored by all city and county municipalities in Weber County and is to be used by all residents living within Weber County. Please register phone numbers and email addresses so that you will be able to receive emergency notifications. Registration allows emergency officials to notify citizens and businesses of emergency situations including possible flooding, Amber Alerts, weather dangers, evacuation notices, and other emergency events on your cell phone.
The system is tied to your home address, not the physical location of your cell phone. This means once you register, you will receive notifications related to your neighborhood regardless of where you are.
Recorded voice messages will be sent to cell phones and additional land lines that you register, and written messages will be sent to email and text devices. The system is designed to make multiple attempts to connect with lines that are not answered or ring busy.
By registering, you acknowledge that any service costs from your cell phone provider for notifications are your responsibility.
Please place your container in the proper place; the ideal location is to the left or right of your driveway as close to the road as possible. Be sure the handle faces your house. Containers must be placed at least 6 feet away from other containers or objects (i.e. mailboxes, light posts, fences, etc.)
Please do not block containers with vehicles. It is best to place containers at least 20 feet away from any vehicle.
Containers cannot be overloaded. If the lid on your container is open more than 2 inches, it is overloaded. If you need another container, please call the town’s Public Works Dept. for options.
Cardboard boxes must be broken down, and preferably cut into small pieces. Please do not lay flattened boxes on top of container.