Sandy City Newsletter | January 2022

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JANUARY – FEBRUARY 2022 IN THIS ISSUE: Z News................................................ 1

Coaching Youth Sports 101 .................. 4

Off-Street Residential Parking ............... 1

Sandy City's Snow Fighters................... 5

SAFE SANDY: Winter Preparedness ........ 2

Auditions: James & the Giant Peach ..... 5

Unplug & Reconnect............................ 2

Steel Magnolias................................... 5

Communications By the Numbers ........ 2

January HR Corner............................... 6

Alta Canyon Sports Center.................... 3

2022 Recycling Schedule .................... 6

River Oaks Golf Course ........................ 3

Calendar of Events............................... 6

Parks & Recreation .............................. 4

Connect With Us! sandy.utah.gov/citizenconnect

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Off-Street Residential Parking

Dear Sandy Resident, I’m privileged to be selected as our city’s 27th Mayor - and the first woman to take the seat. Although the election results took longer than expected, nothing was more important to me and my fellow City Council members than ensuring our election was conducted according to Utah law and with complete transparency. In the end this is exactly what happened. This election was bigger than any one candidate. It helped shape our shared vision for a bright future and how we will tackle the challenges of housing demands, transportation needs, open space preservation, and public safety—all in a budget we can afford. You can be sure I won’t go one day without appreciating the opportunity you’ve given me to lead. This moment is for each of you who’ve shared your hopes, priorities, vision, struggles, and inspirations for our city. I want to make sure I have a deep understanding of the needs of our community. As I take office, I carry your stories and each conversation with me as we face important decisions ahead. I will always stay close and accessible to the people of Sandy - you are my special interest - and I am honored by your trust. We are One Sandy and walk together as we build our best future for all in the city we love. You can always connect with us by going to our City websites sandy.utah.gov and SandyNow.com and by accessing our social media channels @sandycityut for daily updated information. Plus, download the CityServe app to report service requests and visit sandy.utah.gov/citizenconnect for additional ways to connect with Sandy. To reach me directly, please send an email to mayor@sandy.utah.gov. Additionally, look for opportunities for upcoming open houses and new community groups so you can get more involved and serve your community. We would also like your input on the Canyons Transportation Survey: bit.ly/CanyonsTransportSurvey Yours in Service, Mayor Monica Zoltanski I S S U E # 89

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The City’s Development Code outlines rules and regulations to try and ensure that adequate parking is provided on residential lots. While many people choose to park on the road out of convenience, it is important to remember that on-street parking is prohibited 24 hours prior to and after a snowstorm to allow for plows to operate safely. In addition, recreational vehicles (RVs), trailers, and commercial vehicles have specific standards that apply. Below are some of the requirements for parking on residential lots. • Hard Surface Required: All vehicles, whether in the front, side, or rear yard of a home, must be parked on a hard surface pavement (e.g., asphalt, concrete, brick, or other surface impervious to water). There are a few exceptions, including RVs (see below) and animal transport trailers on properties with animal rights (must be stored in the rear yard). • Recreational Vehicles: RVs should be parked in the rear or on the side of the home (except where topography or property boundaries make this impossible) and parked on a hard surface or a six-inch gravel base kept free of weeds. RVs may not be parked within the street right-of-way and must be behind the back edge of sidewalk (edge closest to home) or a minimum of 5 feet from curb/street if there is no sidewalk). Any RV stored on a residential lot must be owned by an occupant residing in that home.

Development and Building Codes. This includes setbacks from property lines, minimum distances between structures, and requirements for an accessory structure (if not attached to the home). For questions or concerns regarding off-street parking in residential areas, please contact our Code Enforcement division at 801-568-7254. If you have questions or concerns that relate to on-street parking, please contact the Sandy City Police Department at 801-568-7200. For additional information regarding parking in residential areas, including commercial vehicle restrictions, please visit the City’s online Development Code by scanning the following QR code:

• Carports: Any carport (or other structure used for the purpose of covering/protecting a vehicle) must meet all standards outlined in the City’s P A G E

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SAFE SANDY: Winter Preparedness

While the danger from winter weather varies across our state, nearly all Utahns, regardless of where they live, are likely to face severe winter weather. Winter storms can range from a moderate snow over a few hours to a blizzard with blinding, wind-driven snow that lasts for several days. Many of these winter storms can also be accompanied by dangerously low temperatures, strong winds, or winter weather's ability to knock out heat, power, and communications services to your home or office. By the time severe weather hits, it's already too late. Disaster preparedness is about having an established safety plan. Whether it's preparedness for floods, earthquakes, hurricanes, or fires, the key to survival in disasters is planning. Use our winter storms home preparedness checklist to stay informed, make a plan, and, most importantly, remain safe in an emergency. Before winter approaches, add the following supplies to your emergency kit: • Rock salt or more environmentally safe products to melt ice on walkways • Sand to improve traction • Snow shovels and other snow removal equipment • Sufficient heating fuel, like dry, seasoned wood for your fireplace or wood-burning stove • Adequate clothing and blankets to keep you warm Have an emergency plan: • Your family may not be together when disaster strikes, so it is important to know how you will contact one another, how you will get back together, and what you will do in case of an emergency. • Listen to a NOAA Weather Radio or other local news channels for critical information from the National Weather Service (NWS) and be alerted to changing weather conditions. • Minimize travel but keep a disaster supplies kit in your vehicle. • Bring pets/companion animals inside during winter weather. • Move other animals or livestock to sheltered areas with nonfrozen drinking water.

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River Oaks Golf Course 9300 South Riverside Drive, Sandy, Utah (801) 568-4653 Sandy.utah.gov/golf

9565 S. Highland Drive, Sandy, Utah 84092 HOLIDAY HOURS New Year’s Day January 1 Center 8 a.m.–7 p.m. Select Morning Classes

Martin Luther King Day January 17 Center 5:30 a.m.–7 p.m. Select Morning Classes

B A N Q U E T R O O M AT S A N D Y C I T Y

WE ARE OPEN! D R I V I N G R A N G E AT S A N DY C I T Y

NORTH RANGE TEACHING ACADEMY

ALTA CANYON MEMBERSHIP SALE

January 1-31 Get the biggest discount of the season right here at Alta Canyon Sports Center. 20% off all annual memberships, aerobics punch cards (limit 2), and A+ memberships. This once-a-year discount is only available January 1-31.

RACQUETBALL CHALLENGE NIGHT

Wednesdays from 6–8:30 p.m. Players of all skill levels can meet up and compete with fellow players. Members: No additional fee Non-Members: Pay the day pass at the front desk when you arrive.

PERSONAL TRAINING

Stay on track and build confidence with a Personal Trainer. Trainers learn scientifically proven fundamentals of exercise along with motivational techniques to deliver an unforgettable experience. More info: altacanyonsportscenter.com

PRESCHOOL (AGES 3-5)

Through free play, group learning, and outdoor play, we offer a variety of activities to help children learn and grow as individuals. We provide a safe learning environment that allows children to be creative and build confidence. Monday - Friday 8 a.m.-2 p.m. with scheduled class time. More info: altacanyonsportscenter.com

BEFORE & AFTER SCHOOL (K-5TH GRADE)

We provide transportation to and from school. We also provide care all-day for children when off school. Children enjoy games, arts and crafts, field trips, homework time, snacks, and many fun activities throughout the school year. Call to see if there is room for your child(ren) at (801) 568-4600.

KARATE:

Dedicated to teaching Shotokan Karate, IMA is a family-oriented dojo offering classes to children and adults of all abilities and levels. Friday night class at Alta Canyon Sports Center from 5–6 p.m. imautah.com

TUMBLING

Ages 4–18 Beginner through Advanced. Twice weekly, 4–5 p.m. Contact Whitney at (801) 440-8505

We offer winter classes and lessons. Keep your golf game going with a little “tune-up” in preparation for the 2022 golf season. INMOTION JUNIOR GOLF – WINTER LESSONS Junior Golf for ages 4–17 We will be holding indoor junior programs January–March. Heated hitting stalls, and an indoor putting green allows us to include all aspects of the game including short game practice, range balls, in-depth instruction, video analysis, and rules & etiquette. Classes begin Jan. 3 and run for 5–11 weeks. Prices range from $160-$400. Class size: 5-1 student to instructor ratio. Registration and info: inmotionjuniorgolf.com

INDOOR GOLF LESSONS & NEW CLUB FITTING Are you looking to buy a new club before the snow melts? River Oaks has a state-ofthe-art indoor golf studio where we can fit you for your new clubs. Our club fitters are trained directly from the manufacturers so you will get the best fit possible. Fittings are FREE if you purchase the club from us, and we match any local price on equipment. Our indoor studio is also used for winter golf lessons. Golf lessons include a video summary of the lesson, so you don't forget what you learned throughout the year. You will always have something to go back to. Lessons are taught by Ryan Holt who was named to the Golf Digest Best Teachers in Utah List. To schedule your fitting & lesson email Ryan at ryanholtgolf@gmail.com.

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River Oaks does not close because of a little snow or cold air!

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37TH ANNUAL MEN’S SNOWBALL SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT

PA R K S & R E CR E AT I ON

Come join us for our 37th annual Snowball Softball Tournament. Grab your friends, co-workers, family members, and neighbors. Form a team and come play softball in the winter. Double elimination format. Games played with field conditions as is, rain or snow. Dates: Feb. 4 & 5 Deadline: Jan. 25 by 5 p.m. Cost: $290/Team Locations: Bicentennial Park–530 E. 8680 S. Quarry Bend Park–9020 S. Quarry Bend Parkway

COACHING YOUTH SPORTS 101

Interested in coaching and making sports fun for youth? Call (801) 568-2900 for opportunities These suggestions are based on what the Utah Jazz do each day as the team practices. However, these suggestions can be applied to any youth sport. Each practice should follow the same schedule with four basic parts: warmup, fundamentals, scrimmage, and cooldown. Basic skills should be taught in recreation-oriented settings. Adapt to the needs of the kids on your team. Help them learn and feel like part of the team during each practice and game. We encourage coaches to take the role of a teacher. Help young players to get the most out of the sport. Studies show that the majority of kids join youth sports with the purpose of having fun.

2022 SPRING SPORTS SOCCER Registration begins Tuesday, Jan. 18 Grades: Pre-School–9th (Must be 4 years old before March 26, 2022) Coed 10th–12th Cost: $52–$67 Registration Deadline: March 6

BOYS BASEBALL

GIRLS SOFTBALL

Registration begins Monday, Feb. 7 Age: 7–13 yrs. Cost: $52–$62 Registration Deadline: April 10 Games begin: May 3

Registration begins Monday, Feb. 7 Age: 7–12 yrs. Cost: $52–$62 Registration Deadline: April 10 Games begin: May 2

T-BALL/COACH PITCH Registration begins Monday, Feb. 7 Age: 4–6 yrs. Cost: $40 Registration Deadline: May 15 Games begin: May 31

ADULT SOFTBALL Registration: Jan.18–Feb. 25 (Returning 2021 Sandy Teams) March 1–Until Full (New Teams) Cost: $555/Team

I N P E R S O N R E G I S T R AT I O N : Sandy Parks & Recreation - 440 E. 8680 S. Monday–Friday 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. (801) 568-2900

O N L I N E R E G I S T R AT I O N :

sandy.utah.gov/registration (available for most sports & programs)

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WARMUP You will want to plan a few simple warm up exercises and make a comment on the importance of physical fitness. Explain that such exercises loosen the muscles and help avoid injuries. You might also ask a few questions to stimulate thinking about proper eating habits and the importance of exercise throughout life. FUNDAMENTALS Take time to teach basic skills at each practice session and plan simple drills to reinforce your teaching. Work with your kids in small groups—3’s or 4’s—so that nobody gets bored or disinterested. If you are coaching the team by yourself, set up two or three “learning stations” and work with groups one at a time while the other groups work by themselves. SCRIMMAGE Even though you have already made the warmup and skill training portions of practice fun, this is the time the players are probably looking forward to the most. Tie it into what you are teaching about skills and fair play. Set a goal to focus on for each scrimmage and help the players see the relationship between basic skills and game scenarios. COOLDOWN Teams usually remember to warm up but tend to forget to cool down. This is an equally important part of your practice as it will lead to quicker recovery and help prevent injuries. Following the scrimmage, take a few minutes to stretch the main muscle groups that were used during practice. This time can be very beneficial to your team if you use it to recap practice, reinforce new concepts learned, and remind the team of upcoming practices or games. Utah Jazz Coach Snyder’s Keys to Success: • DO YOUR BEST • HAVE FUN • BE UNSELFISH • COMPETE AS A TEAM • BE RESPECTFUL Sandy City Recreation would like to recognize the thousands of volunteer youth coaches from the past, currently, and future, we say THANK YOU for giving your time and knowledge back to the youth of Sandy.

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Sandy City’s Snow Fighters

“Making Our Roads Safe During the Winter” During the winter months, typically November – April, travel conditions can change quickly during a major snowstorm. It is a priority of Sandy City and its Snow Fighting Crew (commonly referred to as Snow Fighters) to minimize the danger. Their desire is to make all our roads safe and passable as quickly and efficiently as possible. The Public Works Department’s Streets Division employs 30 full-time employees. We have two crews prepared 24-hours a day in the event of a snowstorm. Several days before a winter storm arrives, Sandy City has three trucks equipped with a tank and spray system to apply salt brine to our roads. The salt brine is a solution of salt and water, used to deliver a pretreatment anti-icing approach. This approach is taken to decrease the likelihood of snow and ice bonding to the pavement surface. Anti-icing involves placing a thin layer of brine on the surface of the pavement before the winter storm has begun. A benefit of this proactive process is that anti-icing will achieve the same level of service on the roads using 1/4 to 1/5 the amount of salt! After the snow starts to fall, the Snow Fighters priority is to make all main roads (Priority 1 roadways) passable for schools, hospitals, clinics, fire, and police stations, as well as commuter traffic. If the snow continues to fall, the city’s first goal is to continually keep those main roads open. In such instances, it is unlikely that residential roads (Priority 2 roadways) will be reached immediately because main roads must be repeatedly plowed. After main roads are cleared, they can move to other roads and residential streets depending on the size of the storm and the amount of snow fall. Lastly, the plows will clear cul-de-sacs and dead-end streets (Priority 3 roadways) once the main and secondary roadways

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are open. Please keep in mind that it could be 12-18 hours after a storm ends before a plow enters your neighborhood. Even after the plow has been through your neighborhood initially, they will return over the next day or two to push back and remove any snow hazards. During an average winter storm, Sandy’s Snow Fighters will plow 2,800 miles and apply 550 tons of salt. Annually, they plow 35,000 to 40,000 miles and apply 8,000 to 9,000 tons of salt. Sandy City residents can assist the Snow Fighters and make this difficult job easier. These rules are for the safety of the residents in that neighborhood and for the snowplow drivers to clear the streets of snow as quickly as possible. 1. Do not create a hazard by blowing or pushing snow into any city street after the plow has been through your neighborhood. This creates a hazardous condition for other motorists when the snow refreezes. 2. Plowing streets and cul-de-sacs with cars parked along the curb makes it difficult to remove and stack the snow. As a result, there are parking restrictions on residential streets during the winter months from November 1 through April 30, especially during a storm or within 24 hours after a storm. 3. City plows cannot plow close to mailboxes because of potential danger from heavy wet snow. It is the property owner’s responsibility to ensure that the area around the mailbox is clear, to allow for mail delivery. Finally, if you would like to watch the Sandy City snowplow locations and snow removal progress, please go to sandy.utah.gov/plowtracker.

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JANUARY HR CORNER

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Full-time/Part-time Benefitted

Recycling Calendar

• Facilities Maintenance Technician • Street Maintenance Worker

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Service Day Guidelines •

On your service day, place your recycling and trash carts at the curb by 7 a.m. with wheels facing the curb.

Please ensure all material fits in your carts with the lid closed.

Do not bag your recyclables.

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Aluminum & Steel Cans

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Do NOT Recycle:* • • • • • • • • •

Plastic bags, wrap, film (return bags to store) Glass Food, liquids Yard waste, wood Shredded paper Electronics Clothes, bedding, carpet Medical/hazardous waste Foam cups, take-out containers, packing material

* Items are not limited to those above.

Service Holidays Independence Day Thanksgiving Day

Monday, July 4 Thursday, Nov. 24

Holidays noted with a square may affect your collection service. If your service day falls on or after a holiday, your service will be delayed by one day. Regular service resumes the following week.

QUESTIONS? Please call Sandy City at (801) 568-2999.

SANDY CITY CALENDAR OF EVENTS

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JANUARY – FEBRUARY 2022

JAN 4 - 6

Auditions - James & the Giant Peach, Jr.

6:30-9 p.m.

Parks & Recreation, 440 E. 8680 S.

sandyarts.com

JAN 5

First Aid, CPR and AED Class

9 a.m.–1 p.m.

Station 31, 9010 S. 150 E.

sandy.utah.gov/fire

JAN 6

Planning Commission

6 p.m.

Sandy City Hall Council Chambers

sandyutah.legistar.com/Calendar.aspx

JAN 28 - FEB 12 Steel Magnolias

7:30 p.m.

The Theater at Mount Jordan

sandyarts.com

JAN 19

First Aid, CPR and AED Class

6-10 p.m.

Station 31, 9010 S. 150 E.

sandy.utah.gov/fire

JAN 20

Planning Commission

6 p.m.

Sandy City Hall Council Chambers

sandyutah.legistar.com/Calendar.aspx

FEB 2

First Aid, CPR and AED Class

9 a.m.–1 p.m.

Station 31, 9010 S. 150 E.

sandy.utah.gov/fire

FEB 3

Planning Commission

6 p.m.

Sandy City Hall Council Chambers

sandyutah.legistar.com/Calendar.aspx

FEB 16

First Aid, CPR and AED Class

6–10 p.m.

Station 31, 9010 S. 150 E.

sandy.utah.gov/fire

FEB 17

Planning Commission

6 p.m.

Sandy City Hall Council Chambers

sandyutah.legistar.com/Calendar.aspx

All events subject to change due to COVID-19. Go to sandy.utah.gov for more events.

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