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Fountian Green opens New City Hall with public tours

By Staff | Jun 30, 2021
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Fountain Green Lamb Days Royalty left to right Madllyn Mangum 1st Attendant, Lexi Bradley Queen, and Jianna Smith 2nd Attendant show here in the new Fountain Green Fire Station were on hand to help with tours of the new city facility.

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Fountian Green has a new library located in the basement of the new City Hall bulding that was completed on May 11, 2021, a public open house was held on June 25 allowing all to tour the entire facility. The library held hourly give-aways during the event. 

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The new Fountain Green City Council room is shown durring a tour of the new City Hall facility Friday June 25, 2021.

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New Fountain Green Fire Station located on the south end of the new City Hall building that was compelted May 11, show durring the public open house on Juen 25, 2021. 

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A view of the front entrance to the new Fountian Green City Hall on Friday, June 25 durring a public open house, after the May 11 completion of the building. 

Last Friday evening, the northern Sanpete city of Fountain Green officially opened its all-new City Hall, Fire Station and Library with an open house free to the public. The recently completed building is located at 375 N. State.

The building was completed on May 11 and has been functioning as the new City Hall since that date. Along with city offices, it contains a large council room that can quickly be converted into a multipurpose room by sliding curtains in front of the rostrum.

This room also includes a large kitchen area for food preparation and would make the perfect place for a family or city event.

In the basement there is now a fully functional library and other meeting rooms that can be used by the community and city.

The south end of the building now houses the fire trucks for the city, including equipment rooms, bathrooms and showers for the firemen.

The cost of construction for the new building was $3.4 million dollars, but has been estimated to be more than double that at today’s prices.

Free hot dogs and chips were available for all that attended along with demonstrations form the Utah Highway Patrol and Utah Fire Safety folks.

This year’s Lamb Days Royalty consisting of Madllyn Mangum Queen, Lexi Bradly 1st attendant and Jianna Smith 2nd attendant were there helping with tours of the new fire station and other duties as the public toured through the facilities.

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