Make the Stop, get the Shot — Flu Shot, that is. . .

logoCentral Utah Public Health will once again be offering drive thru flu shots this year. This is a quick way to protect yourself and your loved ones against the upcoming flu season. Don’t wait, vaccinate!
Dates and locations are:
October 3rd, 3:00-6:30 PM at the Mt. Pleasant Fire Station
October 6th, 1:00-5:00 PM at the Manti Fire Station

The health department will also be offering flu shots in a more traditional setting at Moroni City Hall on October 4th, 10:30-12:00 PM.

Most insurances are accepted or cost is $25.00.

Stay informed in Emergency Situations . . .

Sanpete County has recently adopted the use of the My Alert app by AlertSense to provide quick emergency notifications to the public from the Sheriff and Dispatch offices. Such notifications could include severe weather info, emergency road closures, fire information, and so on. Users can customize the notifications they wish to receive when they set up the app.

There are 3 ways you can access and set up My Alert. In all cases, make sure you search for My Alert and choose the RED Alertsense logo. 
alertsense-notification-logo— On Android devices, download the app in the Google Play store

— On Apple devices, download through the App Store

— On a desktop computer, go to

Upcoming Intersection Closure

Construction on Highway 132/Moroni’s Main Street continues . . .construction-site-clipart-under-construction-sign-animated

Road construction on one of Moroni’s most used intersections, Main Street at 400 E., will begin next week on Monday, September 12th. Only the north side of the intersection will be affected. Access to the Conoco will remain open through their entrance further east on Main Street. Post Office traffic is advised to go up 300 East and around the block.

If you have middle school students who use the crosswalk at this intersection, please caution them to be extra careful while this work is going on. Pedestrian access will still be available, but the engineers advise that choosing an alternate route to walk would be best.

Online Bill Payment has arrived at last!

Online Bill Payment
How about paying them online???

Online Bill Payment has arrived in Moroni!
Weary from writing checks? Spent on buying stamps? Tired of trying to catch us during office hours? Moroni City has teamed up with Xpress Bill Pay to offer residents the ability to pay their bills online. This new service is in response to customer requests for faster and more convenient bill payment options. In other words, online bill payment has arrived in Moroni!

Not only will residents be able to pay their city bills online, but the new service will also give them the ability to view and track their account information through the secure Xpress Bill Pay website. Various payment options are available including credit and debit cards and electronic funds transfer. Customers can also set up automatic monthly payments and view up to a full year’s history of their accounts.  To access all of these features, you will need to first set up an online account with Xpress Bill Pay through their website.

Other Utah cities using the Xpress Bill Pay system include: Kaysville, Lehi and Spanish Fork. Local cities using this system include Mt. Pleasant, Manti, and Centerfield.
Residents can learn more about Xpress Bill Pay by clicking the Online Bill Payment tab on the home screen of the city’s webpage.

Moroni Seniors Announcements for September 2016

Thanks to everyone who supported the Moroni Seniors Yard Sale held on August 13th. They will be raffling off a quilt and an infrared heater in November, so plan now to get your tickets. They are available during lunch at City Hall, Monday thru Thursday or by contacting Jan Jacobsen at 436-8886.

Click HERE for September’s Menu; lunch is available Monday thru Thursday at the City Hall. Please make your reservations by 9:00 AM by calling 436-8275.

Senior Announcements.August 2016