Due to unusual extreme hazardous fire conditions throughout Enoch City and surrounding areas, the discharge of any and all fireworks including class C common fireworks is prohibited everywhere within the boundaries of Enoch City except at the Enoch City Office paved parking lot located at 900 East Midvalley Road and at Enoch Elementary School west paved parking lot located on Tomahawk Drive.
After a full week of pumping and public awareness, the storage tanks are back to normal. Thanks to all the good residents of Enoch City and their willingness to help each other.
The water usage has returned to normal as can be viewed by the chart below. Conservation is still important and rain is also a factor. Enoch residents are to be commended for working together to solve common challenges. The restriction is still in place for this coming weekend (July 16-17). Help us spread the word.
Incorporated in 1966, Enoch City boasts of its history of the Old Spanish Trail, its pioneer heritage, its unprecedented growth, its family values, and its delicious water.
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