We are in the midst of a severe drought. Click here for more information about the importance of water conservation in the Cedar Valley.
Welcome to the Town of Kanarraville, Utah
Kanarraville Mayor’s Message
Greetings people of Kanarraville, I am honored to be your new mayor. I’d like to share with you a little history about myself and the appreciation I have for this town. I reside on the corner of Main and Center in a home that has been in my family for 80 years. Kanarra has been a part of my life for 60 years. I have permanently lived in Kanarra for the last 15 years, and spent almost every summer and holiday living here during my youth. Spending the many summers and holidays here have generated countless cherished memories of people I grew up with in this beautiful town we call home.
It is a natural desire for me to want to give back to a place that has given me so much. I understand the importance of maintaining the valued traditions of this town. In the ever-changing society, I understand that we must mold a future to preserve our traditions. For these reasons I was inspired to become mayor. I look forward to working together with all of you to maintain our traditions while moving ahead to improve our community.
– Betty Gould
News and Events
Protest of Application – 19 Proposed Wells Between Black Ridge and Hurricane
April 20, 2022
Click on the following links for the Town of Kanarraville’s notice to its citizens regarding 19 proposed wells between Black Ridge and Hurricane.
Long Range Rural Transportation Planning Effort
November 22, 2021
The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) is currently updating the Long-Range Rural Transportation Plan to prioritize anticipated transportation needs in rural areas for the next 25-30 years, and they would like your input. To share your thoughts and ideas, visit publicinput.com/udotplanning
Governor Spencer Cox declares March 2021 “Flood Awareness Month”
March 1, 2021
10 out of the 15 disaster declarations Utah has had have been for flooding. One of the best ways to help citizens mitigate the impacts of flooding is to offer them flood insurance. Remember, it takes 30 days for a policy to go into effect; the time to act is now! We are seeing more extreme weather patterns across the nation so it is important to be prepared for the repercussions of these. Snow, rain, and wildfires all play roles in the risk for flooding.