Sandy City Newsletter | June 2022

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JUNE – JULY 2022 IN THIS ISSUE:

Connect With Us! sandy.utah.gov/citizenconnect

Z News.............................................1

River Oaks Golf Course .....................5

Sandy City Council & Staff.................2

July 4th Freedom Day ........................5

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

Fireworks Safety ................................6

Sandy Arts: Youth Showcase ..............3

Fireworks: Prohibited Areas ................6

Sandy Amphitheater 2022 Season ....3

Sandy City Street Light Innovation......6

Sandy Arts: Auditions Crazy for You .....3

Public Works: Quick Tips ....................7

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

Calendar of Events............................7

FREE Patriotic Pops Concert...............4

Photo contest winner: Andrew Hyer

Z News Dear Sandy Resident,

On May 3rd, I presented the Mayor’s city budget to the people of Sandy. This is the result of a months-long process where I, along with my finance team and department heads, have scrutinized expenses, prioritized services and identified savings in order to deliver a lean and balanced city budget to the taxpayers of Sandy who are the center of everything we do. Since then, our weekly City Council meetings are dedicated to reviewing my proposed budget, one department at a time, before the council votes to adopt the final FY22-23 city budget. Far from boring, this is the most fascinating work we do all year because our budget demonstrates our community goals and values. As mayor, my job is to ensure every tax dollar is managed carefully to improve quality of life in Sandy. Do we want a safe community that’s prepared in emergencies? Police and Fire Departments need the biggest chunk of our city’s budget for public safety and emergency services. Do we want roads maintained and swept, snow plowed, garbage services, recycling and curbside bulk waste continuing? Every citizen survey ranks parks, trails and recreation at the top of what people love about Sandy. From the big projects down to the little details - how we spend our budget is a direct reflection of your priorities and expectation for high level services. For the full FY2023 proposed budget go to sandy.utah.gov/budget. Sandy City is on strong fiscal footing with our AAA bond rating and savings to start funding one-time capital projects that were deferred over the last two years due to COVID. For years, the city has grappled with how to fund our much-needed long term capital projects like renovating our busiest fire station (Station 31 on 9000 South), rebuilding the city’s mechanic’s garage and vehicle storage at Public Works headquarters, upgrading the historic I S S U E # 93

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building that is home to Parks & Recreation, as well as the renovation or rebuild of Alta Canyon Sports Center. Like every business, however, our operating budget is feeling the pressure of the same realities you must be facing in your household budget. With today’s economy, we are struggling to keep up with record inflation, higher wages in a tightening job market, skyrocketing fuel prices and maintenance costs that are gobbling department budgets with each mile our police cars, fire trucks and ambulances, and bulk waste dump trucks travel down the road. The good news is there’s no property tax increase this year. With expenses on the rise, we have been fortunate to receive increased sales tax revenue to help us meet our needs. However, a shortfall remains and that is why I proposed a fee increase for household garbage services to cover the cost of increased fuel and vehicle replacement and ensure our popular and convenient curbside bulk waste service is properly funded. Even with the fee increase, our monthly garbage bill is still lower than surrounding cities that do not offer bulk waste pickup. Although my proposed budget does not include a property tax increase, this is a good time to talk about where your property taxes go. You might be surprised to learn that only 10% of your property taxes go to Sandy City. The lion’s share goes to school districts and to the county. For an average home value of $475,000 residents pay just $307 for all of the city services provided. Sandy actually has one of the lowest property taxes in the valley. Compare Sandy property taxes to Salt Lake City where the same household pays $894 per year or West Valley at $783. We are proud of the efficient use of tax dollars that fund police, fire, road repair, parks and trails, the list goes on and on. You might also be surprised to know that property tax does not increase when home values rise. The city receives a set amount of property taxes yearly regardless of home prices rising and falling. Property taxes

can only increase through the truth in taxation process which requires a public meeting and a vote by the city council. To learn more about your property taxes you can visit sandy. utah.gov/propertytax. Over the coming weeks, the city council will be examining the budget, one line-item at a time. You are welcome to attend and weigh in at the 5:15 citizen comment. Please attend the upcoming council meetings on June 7th and June 21st to be part of the process that molds my proposed budget into a final product. The mayor’s office, city council and city staff are always available to answer questions and incorporate your suggestions. We welcome your feedback! Don’t forget to mark your calendars for the Emergency Management Townhall on June 15th at 6 pm! There will be valuable information on what the city is doing to prepare for an emergency and what you should do in your home to prepare as well. If you are a Facebook user, please take a minute to follow the Sandy Mayor Monica Zoltanski page. Social media is a quick and convenient way to share with residents the daily goings on in the Mayor’s office. It is also a great way to bring attention to any matters that need immediate action and I update my content almost daily. Sign up for Sandy Notify to be contacted via text, email and calls during an emergency at sandy.utah.gov/myalerts. 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 Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube for daily updated information. To sign up for emergency notifications visit sandy.utah.gov/ citizenconnect. To reach me directly, please send an email to mayor@sandy.utah.gov. For a list of summer events see the calendar of events in the Sandy Journal. Yours in Service, Mayor Monica Zoltanski P A G E

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Sandy City Council and Council Staff CITY COUNCIL’S ROLE IN THE CITY

Sandy City has a Council-Mayor form of government, meaning our government is entrusted to two separate, independent and equal branches. Our executive branch consists of a mayor and administrative departments, while the City Council forms the legislative branch. Our City Council consists of seven members: four representing individual districts, and three at-large members. Our current City Council Members are: District 1, Ryan Mecham District 2, Alison Stroud District 3, Zach Robinson District 4, Scott Earl At-Large, Marci Houseman At-Large, Cyndi Sharkey At-Large, Brooke D’Sousa The Sandy City Council plays an integral role in the development of Sandy City’s vision for the future. By carrying out the responsibilities of Sandy’s Legislative branch, the City Council creates laws and policies that move Sandy forward. As a municipal council, the Sandy City Council’s primary responsibilities include: • Responding to the needs of residents • Establishing City laws and policies • Adopting an annual City budget • Approving City general plans • Determining which services the City should provide • Providing oversight of city administration, • Determining tax and fee rates • Providing advice and consent for appointments to key city positions • Making appointments to special citizen advisory committees • Making decisions related to land use and economic development

CITY COUNCIL AND THE BUDGET One of the most important of the council’s primary responsibilities is the review and adoption of Sandy City’s annual budget. Each year, the Council identifies key priorities for the budget. For fiscal year 2022-23, the Council has identified the following priorities: • Maintain a Highly Qualified Employee Workforce - Fund an employee compensation plan that is both market competitive and focused on strategic growth • Develop and Maintain Community Facilities - Improve the Alta Canyon Sports Center - Update key City facilities • Maintain and Improve Basic Core Municipal Services - Fund enforcement for the bulk waste program to ensure its success - Foster community connectedness and cultural enrichment through new community events and workshops

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- Improve workplace safety for City employees • Develop and Improve the City's Recreational Trails and Increase Recreational Opportunities - Begin the process of funding and building a centrally located, all-abilities playground • Preserve and Expand Existing Businesses/ Seek New Clean Commercial Businesses - Emphasize economic development and bring new businesses to Sandy City, keeping taxes low for residents

WHO ARE THE CITY COUNCIL STAFF?

Currently, the City Council Office consists of three full time employees. Dustin Fratto, our Executive Director, manages the office and assists the City Council on all aspects of local, legislative, government. Liz Theriault, our Policy and Communications Analyst, assists in crafting policy and runs the City Council’s communications, including social media. Our Office Manager Chris Edwards serves as our official Clerk who keeps and maintains records and minutes of City Council Meetings, assists in council outreach, and organizes council events.

WHAT COUNCIL STAFF DOES FOR THE COUNCIL AND THE COMMUNITY

The Council Staff are the behind-the-scenes task force of the City Council. On a weekly basis we: • Compile the items and information for each City Council Meeting’s agenda, • Work with Council Members, City Staff and Administration on policy development and implementation, and other programs or initiatives that shape Sandy City, and • Assist the Council in fulfilling each primary responsibility of the legislative branch The Council staff exists to assist the City Council in responding to the needs of Sandy residents, to serve as the Councils subject matter experts on municipal issues, and to

help the council tackle the primary responsibilities of the legislative branch of government. Our favorite function is to serve as liaisons of communication with Sandy residents. Our staff work to answer all constituents’ calls, emails, questions, and concerns on any and all Sandy topics. While we work to connect our residents with their District and At-Large representatives, our staff is also highly knowledgeable on city issues and workings, and often assists residents in finding the answers to their questions or the right contact information on how they can learn more. The City Council staff also works to connect the Council with residents through wide-spread community outreach. This includes inviting Scout Troops to Council meetings, connecting with local schools on field trip opportunities, running the Youth Council program, and providing special recognitions to prominent Sandy residents and businesses. We are always looking for new and more efficient ways to connect with our residents, and in the past two years, have developed multiple platforms that foster citizen engagement and feedback. Beyond calling our offices, residents who wish to connect with their City Council can follow our social media pages for updates and important information, submit eComments online (a link can be found on each agenda), or write an email to CitizenComment@sandy.utah.gov.

FOR MORE INFORMATION

The Sandy City Council meets every Tuesday in the City Council Chambers in City Hall, starting at 5:15 P.M. Agendas, meeting minutes, video recordings, and more information can be found on our Calendar page at https:// https://sandyutah.legistar.com/Calendar.aspx. Residents can also sign up for our Send Agenda feature on our Calendar page, which will send weekly City Council agendas directly to your email, so you can always be in the know on City Council business. You can learn more about the City Council and the City Council Office by visiting our website at sandy.utah. gov/1204/city-council

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SWIM LESSONS

All swim lessons are taught by American Red Cross Certified Water Safety Instructors. Instructors teach students through a variety of games, activities, and using swim props. Visit our website for details.

9565 S. Highland Drive, Sandy, Utah 84092 ACES

ACES swim team is designed to give swimmers an opportunity to compete at all skill levels. From beginning swim team to advanced, ACES offers something for every level. Visit our website for details.

ACES JR.

ACES Jr. is the developmental swim team that will focus on stroke refinement, technique, and body endurance in the water. Students should expect to work in water with swim coaches to develop all skills needed to be successful on a swim team. Visit our website for details.

altacanyonsportscenter.com

POOLSIDE OUTDOOR PAVILIONS

Our beautiful pool is the perfect place to host birthdays, reunions, family gatherings, and friends. Our scenic backdrop and cool atmosphere will make any party a huge success. We have several options to choose from. Visit our website for details.

JR. LIFEGUARD PROGRAM

SUMMER CAMPS:

This camp is a 2-week long program for ages 9 - 14. Jr. Lifeguards will receive carefully planned educational lessons that include American Red Cross Lifeguarding techniques, CPR/AED & First Aid skills, aquatic teambuilding exercises, and safety. Visit our website for details.

We offer 3 camps for kids (Limited spaces available): Kinder Camp for ages 3-5 Summer Camp for ages 5-11 Rebel Camp for ages 11-15

PLAY-WELL TEKNOLOGY LEGO® STEM CAMPS

KARATE:

We know that kids are already naturally gifted creators. What we strive to provide is an environment where students can create without fear of mistakes, explore fundamental STEM concepts through play, and express their creativity in ways they never thought possible. With tens of thousands of LEGO® pieces and the guidance of our passionate instructors, the possibilities are truly endless! Visit our website for details.

TENNIS LESSONS

Sessions consist of eight lessons over two weeks, (based on instructor availability). This is the perfect opportunity for your child to learn the fundamentals of the sport. Lessons will focus on agility, balance, coordination of gross motor skills to accelerate skill development and basic stroke production needed to serve, rally and score. Visit our website for details.

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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

For beginner, intermediate, & advanced students ages 4 - 18. Twice weekly, 4-5 p.m. Contact Whitney at (801) 440-8505

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PA R K S & R E C R EAT I O N

CHALLENGER SOCCER CAMP Challenger Sports is the leading soccer camp company in North America and our International Soccer Camp is where we channel our energy and passion for the game into a fun yet developmental environment. Our industry experts have crafted an approach which uses methodologies from all around the world to truly reflect the global nature of the sport today. We use age-appropriate practices to help players develop at their own pace, learn brand new skills and become an all-round better player...while having an amazing time with our international coaching staff! Register at camps@challengersports.com or call 1-844-674-8404.

SUMMER BASEBALL – MACHINE PITCH Registration includes 8 game season, staff, uniform, equipment, field maintenance, and league operations. Games starting as early as 6 p.m. and as late as 8 p.m. Registration Deadline: June 26 Game Beginning: July 12 Ages: 8-10 Cost: $57

THE SANDY– 4TH OF JULY 5K

SPLASH PAD AT AMPHITHEATER PARK Opened May 28 (weather permitting)

NATIONAL TRAILS DAY Come and volunteer to do some clean-up and maintenance work on Saturday, June 4 from 8:30 a.m.-12 noon. The designated trail is Bell Canyon trail on the Boulder trail head side, 10245 Wasatch Blvd.

SPOCK’S SKATE CAMP Learn the fundamentals of skateboarding. This four-day camp is only $75 and for kids 6–14 years old, on Fridays, June 10,17,24, July 1. Visit spocksskatecamp.com for more information.

BARRY HECKER BASKETBALL CAMP This Camp for grades 4-8 girls and boys, is in its 25th year. The ability to teach the basic fundamentals of footwork, passing, dribbling, and shooting, has made the camp a success. June 20-23 from 10 a.m.-12 p.m. Albion Middle School, 2755 E. Newcastle Drive (8890 S.)

“I CAN TRI” SPRINT TRIATHLON Saturday, June 18. altacanyonsportscenter.com

FAMILY NIGHT AT THE SKATE PARK Great fun for the whole family. Family Night is a great opportunity for families to enjoy the skate park. Theme Nights are Monday, June 20 and August 22. Time: 6-8 p.m. at Lone Peak Park-10140 South 700 East. These events are FREE to the public. Children must be accompanied by a parent/guardian.

FREE MOVIE IN THE PARK Bring your family and friends and enjoy an outdoor movie on June 10, “Spider Man” at RIO TINTO STADIUM; June 17 “Encanto” at Lone Peak Park 10140 S. 700 E.; and June 24 “Sing 2”, at Flat Iron Mesa Park, 1700 E. 8600 S. Movie starts at Dusk (7:30 p.m.).

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE CLUB Fun-filled activities will include crafts, games, and adventures. Such as go on a mini hike/walk, do a "dinosaur dig", bird watching, outdoor photography and outdoor survival skills. 2-hour sessions once a week for 3 weeks. Mondays June 6, 13, 20 and Wednesday June 8, 15, 22. Time: 10 a.m.-12 p.m. Ages: 5-9. Location: Grandpa's Pond - 900 W Shields Ln

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Monday, July 4 Location: South of City Hall on Centennial Blvd. (10200 South) Race Time Cost until June 30 Cost (July 1–4) 5K 8 a.m. $25/individual $30/individual $20/family member* $25/family member* Online Registration Deadline: JULY 1 at 7 am *Immediate family with three or more members in the same household.

SPIKEBALL TOURNAMENT Spikeball is a fun for any age or fitness level sport! It combines the teamwork of volleyball, the hand-eye coordination of four square, and the physicality of a cardio workout. The two-on-two game is played with a small rubber ball and an elastic net stretched tight over a plastic rim. Come test your skills at the annual Sandy July 4th Spikeball Tournament. Day: Monday, July 4 Time: 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Location: City Promenade - 10000 S. Centennial Parkway Divisions: Recreational & Competitive Ages: 12 & Up Register: utahroundnet.com/tournaments (Must register together)

UPCOMING YOUTH SPORT REGISTRATION Sport/Programs T-Ball & Coach Pitch Recreation Soccer Flag Football

Age / Grade 4-7 Grades PreK-12 Grades 1-4

PARKS & REC JOB OPENINGS For more info visit sandy.utah.gov/jobs

Registration Begins June 6 June 6 June 6

Reg. Deadline July 31 July 31 July 31


River Oaks Golf Course

LADIES GOLF PROGRAM

9300 South Riverside Drive, Sandy, Utah (801) 568-4653 Sandy.utah.gov/golf GOLF TOURNAMENT Schedule your Golf Tournament at River Oaks. We host the best tournaments in the Valley. Great for your Company Party, Family Reunion, Fundraisers, or just a gettogether for family and friends. Call (801)568-4653 for prices and more information. B A N Q U E T R O O M AT S A N D Y C I T Y

D R I V I N G R A N G E AT S A N DY C I T Y

This 4-class program will cover rules, etiquette, equipment, and all the shots necessary to play and enjoy the game of golf. 6:1 teacher/student ratio makes this program an affordable and effective way to learn golf. Registration is limited, so sign up early. Equipment provided. Sessions: Tuesdays • June 14,21,28 • 7:30-8:30 a.m. Location: River Oaks Golf Course–9300 S. Riverside Drive (700 W) Register: inmotionjuniorgolf.com/ladies-course-programs

INMOTION JUNIOR GOLF Programs are taught by PGA Professionals Todd Tanner and Stacey Jones. We welcome students beginners – advanced. Options include summer programs, summer camps, & private lessons. 9 & 10-week programs run Monday – Thursday. Days depend on ability level. Sessions: Starting June 1, 2 & 3 Ages: 4-12 Cost: $60–$500 Register: inmotionjuniorgolf.com

NORTH RANGE TEACHING ACADEMY

CUSTOM CLUB FITTING River Oaks would like to invite you to come down to our North Driving Range for a custom club fitting session. We have demo and fitting clubs from every manufacturer, including Ping, Titleist, TaylorMade, Mizuno, Cobra and more. Our club fitting and teaching professional Ryan Holt will analyze your golf swing and using the latest technology, custom fit you for a set of golf clubs. Club fitting sessions take about 30 to 45 minutes and are free if you purchase the golf clubs from River Oaks.

GOLF MERCHANDISE River Oaks Golf Course also has the best selection and prices of golf merchandise in the state of Utah. Shirts, shoes, hats, accessories, and more are all available in our Pro Shop. Come to the Pro Shop and see for yourself our huge selection of golf products. Many things are as much as 50% off and we will match or beat any of our competitors’ prices. Come down and play golf, eat lunch, and browse our Pro Shop. We look forward to seeing you!

PGA JR. “OAKS” LEAGUE At its core, PGA Junior League Golf is a group of local golf teams who play a series of games against each other, utilizing a nurturing and social scramble format. We, at InMotion Junior Golf (River Oaks), will have several teams, with 8-10 players on each team. Our League will be for BEGINNER-ADVANCED players, ages 6-13. This is their chance to be introduced to the golf course, gain more experience, get more instruction, compete in a team format, and have FUN. Register now for $375 at pgajrleague.com/signup

Promenade Activities

For parade map and more info: sandy.utah.gov/july4th

No personal fireworks or sparklers. This is a Pet-Free Festival: Please be considerate of festival guests and leave pets at home. Service animals are welcome.

7:45 am Flag Raising & National Anthem Sandy Police and Fire Colorguard 8:00 am Sandy Classic 4th of July 5K 11:00 am - 1:00 pm Sandy Fire Dept. truck display and a water spray at 12:00 pm 10:00 am, 11:30 am, 1:00 pm Police K9 Show Come see our fantastic four-legged officers in action! 10:00 am - 2:00 pm Youth Arts Festival face painting, crafts, & fun 10:00 am - 10:00 pm Inflatables, activities, food and vendor booths Spikeball Tournament Register as a team or just come and give it a try. It’s really fun, you may get addicted! All Day Sandy Police Activities All Day Sandy Fire Mobile Unit

Entertainment Lineup 11:00 am-11:30 am 11:45 am-12:15 pm 2:00 pm-2:45 pm 3:00 pm-3:30 pm 3:45 pm-4:30 pm 4:45 pm-5:30 pm

Zoey Slaughter Corner Street Band Winding Road Mango Shake Lantern By Sea DeNovo

For more entertainment options, go to: sandy.utah.gov/july4th

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5050 BMX Stunt Show 11:00 am, 1:30 pm, 4:00 pm The guys are back! Come see some of the world’s best riders perform some awesome tricks!

Sandy 4th Parade - 6:00 PM

a grand tradition surrounding the event site

Evening Concert 8:00- 10:00 pm The Salamanders This uniquely talented team boldly rock various music genres with an in-your-face intensity and energy that will not stop. They will provide you with an experience that is both captivating and extraordinary with unmatched look, sound, rhythm section, and exception music quality. Playing again after the fireworks, starting at 10:30 pm

Firework Sky Concert @ 10:00 pm

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Public Works Quick Tips: 1. For the safety of pedestrians and motorists, if the trees or vegetation at your house has branches that hang over the sidewalk or street, they need to be trimmed to a height of 14 ft. above the curb and 8 ft. above the sidewalk. 2. If you have a large project at your home and you need to dispose of materials, reserve a dumpster on the Public Works webpage and you can have it delivered to your home for up to 72 hours. 3. If you see a problem on the roadway such as a pothole or road debris, please contact Public Works at (801) 568-2999 or use the CityServe App so we can quickly resolve the issue. 4. If either your waste or recycling container is damaged, it can be repaired or replaced free of charge. Contact Public Works at (801) 568-2999 to report the problem. 5. The change to every-other-week recycling collection began July 1, 2021 for all Sandy City residential WM customers. If you find your bin isn’t sufficient, you may swap your WM 64-gal recycling bin for larger 96-gal bin for no additional fee. Please contact Public Works at (801) 568-2993. 6. Approximately 25% of the items placed in curbside recycling containers are non-recyclable. If you have questions and you want to see what is acceptable, visit sandy.utah.gov/recycling. 7. Plastic bags and clear wrap are unaccepted items for the curbside recycling container since they can damage automated recycling equipment. Return the bags to your local retail store. 8. Recyclables placed in your curbside container should be empty and clean. 9. Do not bag your recyclable items before you place them in your curbside container. 10. Shredded paper is not an accepted item in your curbside recycling container. 11. Do you have a hard to recycle item? Visit slco.org/recycle/hard-to-recycle-items/ or earth911.com/ 12. The bulk waste program has changed! For a list of acceptable items and new guidelines, please visit sandy.utah.gov/Bulk-Waste.

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SANDY CITY STREET LIGHT INNOVATION Great news! Last month the Public Utilities Street Light Department was pleased to announce that their multi-year LED light bulb replacement project is now complete. Originally expected to extend into 2023, this team worked at an accelerated pace for over two years to complete the project eight months ahead of schedule. The early completion of this project is great news for Sandy residents because these bulbs reduce the city’s energy footprint and help to save the city money. In fact, by replacing all 8,385 of the city’s street lights with high-efficiency LED light bulbs, the city will save an estimated $180,000 per year. These savings, combined with incentives and rebates from Rocky Mountain Power, mean that the entire project will pay for itself within less than a year. Once the project costs are recouped, the outcome of this project is significant monetary and environmental savings for the Sandy City, as well as another important step forward in the Sandy Sustainability 360° initiative. Overall, these new LED bulbs are expected to save over 3.8 million kilowatt hours and will reduce Sandy's greenhouse gas carbon footprint by over 2,600 tons per year. Additionally, the new LED lights require less maintenance, last longer, and come with a five-year warranty. Well done, street light team!

SANDY CITY CALENDAR OF EVENTS

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JUN 1

First Aid, CPR and AED Class

6 -10 p.m.

Station 31: 9010 S 150 E

sandy.utah.gov/fire

JUN 1

Youth Fishing Class

5:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

Grandpa's Pond 900 Shields Ln.

sandy.utah.gov/1343/Youth-Fishing-Club

JUN 2

311

7 p.m.

Sandy Amphitheater

sandyamp.com

JUN 2

Planning Commission

6 p.m.

Sandy City Hall Council Chambers

sandyutah.legistar.com/Calendar.aspx

JUN 4

Ryan Shupe & the Rubberband

7:30 p.m.

Sandy Amphitheater

sandyamp.com

JUN 6-24

Youth Showcase

The Theater at Mount Jordan

sandyamp.com

JUN 7

Junior Firefighter Academy

9 a.m.- 12 p.m.

Station 31: 9010 S 150 E

sandy.utah.gov/fire

JUN 8

Orville Peck

7:30 p.m.

Sandy Amphitheater

sandyamp.com

JUN 8

Youth Fishing Class

5:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

Grandpa's Pond 900 Shields Ln.

sandy.utah.gov/1343/Youth-Fishing-Club

JUN 10

Movies in the Park

7:30 p.m.

Rio Tinto Stadium

sandy.utah.gov/movies

JUN 11

Tash Sultana

8 p.m.

Sandy Amphitheater

sandyamp.com

JUN 14

Boz Scaggs

8 p.m.

Sandy Amphitheater

sandyamp.com

JUN 15

First Aid, CPR and AED Class

6 -10 p.m.

Station 31: 9010 S 150 E

sandy.utah.gov/fire

JUN 15

Public Town Hall: Emergency Management

6 p.m.

Sandy City Hall

sandy.utah.gov/1916/Town-Halls

JUN 16

Planning Commission

6 p.m.

Sandy City Hall Council Chambers

sandyutah.legistar.com/Calendar.aspx

JUN 17

Tenacious D

7 p.m.

Sandy Amphitheater

sandyamp.com

JUN 17

Movies in the Park

7:30 p.m.

Lone Peak Park

sandy.utah.gov/movies

JUN 18

I Can Tri Sprint Triathlon 2022

7:30 a.m.

Alta Canyon Sports Center

runnercard.com/roadrace/public/raceGroup/976861

JUN 23

Riley Green

7:30 p.m.

Sandy Amphitheater

sandyamp.com

JUN 24

Youth Showcase Public Performance

7 p.m.

The Theater at Mount Jordan

sandyarts.com

JUN 24

Movies in the Park

7:30 p.m.

Flat Iron Park

sandy.utah.gov/movies

JUN 25

Third Eye Blind & Taking Back Sunday

6 p.m.

Sandy Amphitheater

sandyamp.com

JUN 27

Fleet Foxes

7 p.m.

Sandy Amphitheater

sandyamp.com

JUN 30

American West Symphony & Chorus Pops Concert

7:30 p.m.

Sandy Amphitheater

americanwestsymphony.com

JUL 5 - 6

Regina Spektor

8 p.m.

Sandy Amphitheater

sandyamp.com

JUL 7

Babysitting Academy

9 a.m.- 12 p.m.

Station 31: 9010 S 150 E

sandy.utah.gov/fire

JUL 8

Movies in the Park

7:30 p.m.

Lone Peak Park

sandy.utah.gov/movies

JUL 13

Trampled by Turtles

7 p.m.

Sandy Amphitheater

sandyamp.com

JUL 15

Movies in the Park

7:30 p.m.

Flat Iron Park

sandy.utah.gov/movies

JUL 22

David Grey

7 p.m.

Sandy Amphitheater

sandyamp.com

JUL 28

Babysitting Academy

9 a.m.- 12 p.m.

Station 31: 9010 S 150 E

sandy.utah.gov/fire

JUL 29

Movies in the Park

7:30 p.m.

Alta Canyon Park

sandy.utah.gov/movies

JUL 29

Home Free

7:30 p.m.

Sandy Amphitheater

sandyamp.com

JUL 29 - AUG 13

Crazy for You

The Theater at Mount Jordan

sandyarts.com

AUG 2

Junior Firefighter Academy

Station 31: 9010 S 150 E

sandy.utah.gov/fire

9 a.m.- 12 p.m.

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