Toy Drive

Syracuse’s Annual Toy Drive has just begun. The Toy Drive will be run from the 1st of December through the 14th. Syracuse is partnering with the Syracuse City Elementary schools to create a list of students who are in need this Christmas. All donations will be accepted at Syracuse City Hall, just put any donations in the toy collection bins. All donations must be new … Continue reading Toy Drive

School Events for December

Syracuse High School Dec 1 – Boys Basketball Corner Canyon Tournament, Swimming Davis District Meet @ South Davis Rec Center 8 AM to 10 AM, Wrestling Syracuse Scuffle 9:30AM to 7PM @ home Dec 3 – 14 Holiday Fundraiser Dec 3 – Parent Teacher Conference 3 PM to 6:45 PM Dec 4 – Wrestling Syracuse vs. Westlake 3 PM to 6 PM, Boys Basketball Syracuse … Continue reading School Events for December

Family Fun Events

October 6, 13, and 19 Fielding Garr Ranch Ghost Investigations Is Fielding Garr still at his ranch? Find out during our ghost investigations at Fielding Garr Ranch October 6, 13, and 19! Program begins at 8:30 PM.For information, contact caldrich@utah.gov. October 13 Antelope Island – Public Star Party Join Ogden Astronomical Society for a public star party beginning at 5:00 PM in White Rock Bay. … Continue reading Family Fun Events

October Calendar of Events

Senior Events Bus Trip Monday, October 8th (Leaves at 10 a.m.) Fall Scenic Drive/Lunch at The Greenery Restaurant $2/per person with lunch on your own (Payment due at time of reservation) MONTHLY MOVIE Wednesday, October 10th @ 1 p.m. (TBA) FREE ~ Please RSVP THINK TUESDAY Tuesday, October 16th @ 10 a.m. (MEXICAN TRAIN) FREE ~ Please RSVP LUNCH & BINGO Wednesday, October 31st @ … Continue reading October Calendar of Events

A Big Thank You to Business Owner Who Cares About His Neighbors

Anyone who has driven by Earthworks at 2751 S. 1000 W. recently knows just how brilliant they are at what they do, as recent improvements to the property have proven that fact without question. However, with their skill, their business was compelled by Federal requirements to see that all of their work related vehicles were equipped with back up alarm systems, also known by the … Continue reading A Big Thank You to Business Owner Who Cares About His Neighbors

Lunch with the Mayor and City Manager

Having lunch with a civic leader in your community is an exciting experience. The Syracuse City Administration provides the opportunity each year for Syracuse students, from elementary to high school, to meet with Mayor Gailey and Brody Bovero, the City Manager. During the day, Mr. Bovero speaks to the students about several departments, explaining how each combine to help a city grow and continue to … Continue reading Lunch with the Mayor and City Manager

August Calendar:Fun Things to do

August 3 Layton FEST – Dance Night 5:30 PM – Dusk August 6 Night Out Against Crime & Movie in the Park @ Hogan Park (in Woods Cross) at 5 p.m. Movie starts at dusk – Zootopia August 8-11 South Weber County Fair Days August 8 Children’s Bike Race at 6:30 pm on Antelope Island. Following that is kickoff party for the Tour of Utah … Continue reading August Calendar:Fun Things to do

The Lions Club: Wonderful Service Done by Wonderful People

The Lions Club sounds like something out of a comic book, only these heroes are the real deal. Founded in 1917 in Chicago, Illinois, Lions Club International is around the globe, helping people in need and serving many. The Syracuse Chapter was founded in 1951 with 25 members, barely 16 years after the city itself was founded. From the start, the Lions Club has served … Continue reading The Lions Club: Wonderful Service Done by Wonderful People

History-Bamberger Railroad

Simon Bamberger had a dream to build a railroad line that would connect the city of Ogden to Salt Lake City. Simon was a local railroad entrepreneur and one day would be the fourth governor of Utah. He could see the advantages of having a railroad line that would tie the two major cities together along with the smaller cities in between. The idea of … Continue reading History-Bamberger Railroad

Open House for Roadway Projects

Syracuse and Clearfield cities are hosting an open house on Thursday, August 16, 2018 to discuss the proposed 500 West Roadway Extension and Improvements. The open house will be held in the large main hall at Bluff Ridge Elementary School (2680 S 775 W, Syracuse, Utah 84075) from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. The city proposes to 1) extend 500 West from 2010 South, intersecting … Continue reading Open House for Roadway Projects