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New Executive Order from Gov. Gary Herbert1. STATE WIDE MASK MANDATE2. GATHERINGS LIMITED TO SAME HOUSEHOLD ONLY3. NO YOUTH/ HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS ACTIVITY4. MASKS AND PHYSICAL DISTANCING BETWEEN ALL HOUSEHOLD GROUPS AT ALL BUSINESSES INCLUDING BARS AND RESTAURANTS 5.WEEKLY TESTING ON COLLEGE CAMPUSES
Roy City and Weber County COVID cases
Business Manual for COVID19
Businesses across Weber County have been significantly impacted by the recent COVID-19 pandemic. You are not alone. If you are a business that has experienced loss of revenue due to public health orders in response to COVID-19, you may be eligible to apply for the Weber County CARES Grant to receive between $2,000 and $35,000 in relief funds.
Roy Covid-19 Update, This site will allow you to follow the Covid-19 counts right here at home, in ROY. Please use this information to improve the safety and health of yourself, family, neighbors and our entire community. Covid-19, from a U of Washington study 5/7/20, is 13 times more deadly than influenza (the flu). Roy is 15% of Weber County Population but accounts for 21% - 25% of Covid-19 cases. Weber County distribution of cases by age· 0 - 18 = 9%· 18 - 60 = 73%· 60+ = 16% PLEASE respect ALL in our community! PLEASE WEAR a MASK and KEEP YOUR DISTANCE! IT WILL MAKE a life-saving DIFFERENCE! Even if you do not die from Covid-19, full recovery from ill-effects may take extensive time. There is no magic cure at this time! Personal responsibility for self and others is the only weapon in this critical fight. Do not put yourself in a position that when you look back to this time you are heartsick over what a little bit of caution could have prevented.
We are so excited to announce that all of the park playgrounds and the bathrooms are opened back up! Please stay safe and enjoy the outdoors.
o Virtual Summer Fest Programs- Open- Registration will begin May 8th. www.royrecreation.como Spring Sports: Baseball, Softball, Coach Pitch, Machine Pitch, T-ball- Cancelled – Refunds are being processed. We have over 500 participants. Participants will receive a refund in the next 1 – 2 months, if not sooner. Please be patient with our staff. o Spring Adult Softball- Cancelledo Summer Adult Softball- Postponed TBDo Fall Recreation Programs- TBD- as we receive direction from the State and the local health department we will make a decision on these programs at a later date. Follow our social media pages for updates.
Park/Sporting Field Rentals- Cancelled through July 1 - Refunds will be processed in the next month.***Not taking future reservation at this time – No close contact and no team sports allowed Park Bowery Reservations – Cancelled through July 1 – Refunds will be processed in the next month.*** Not taking future reservation at this timeAquatic Center Night Reservations- Cancelled- Staff will be contacting renters to discuss refund options in the next 1 – 2 weeks.
All basketball, tennis, pickleball courts and skate parks are being opened in the City including green space and dog parks. Please maintain social distancing as instructed by Weber Morgan county health order. All bathrooms and play grounds are closed until further notice. The Roy Aquatic Center will be closed until 2021. Roy Complex tentative opening date September 2020. Splashpad closed until further notice.
All City Council Meetings and Planning Commission Meetings are being held electronically. Please follow us on YouTube to watch any of the meetings live. If you have questions about how to comment during a meeting please reach out to email@example.com
City Administration Building is open by appointment only until further notice. You may contact your department during regular business hours by phone or email. 801.774.1000, firstname.lastname@example.org
Police Department office will continue to be open by phone call Monday - Friday 8- 4 and by appointment only for anything in person 801-774-1011. Please contact non emergency dispatch for police assistance 801-629-8221
Public Works Office is back to normal business hours Monday through Thursday 6 AM- 3:30 PM and Friday 6 AM - 10 AM by appointment only until further notice.
Senior Center Lunches are still being provided call Kathy Prevedel to reserve your boxed meal 801-773-0860
All City Offices are open by APPOINTMENT ONLY please check the website and contact your department directly to set up an appointment.