Updated March 8, 2021:
Covid-19 Vaccines available at the Tooele County Health Department for those ages 50+ and certain other individuals. Visit //tooelehealth.org/covid-19-vaccination-plan/ for more information from the Tooele County Health Department regarding vaccine eligibility.
Updated March 1, 2021:
Covid-19 Vaccines available at Tooele County Health Department for those ages 65+. Visit //tooelehealth.org/covid-19-vaccination-plan/ for more information from the Tooele County Health Department regarding vaccine eligibility.
Updated January 16, 2021:
Covid-19 Vaccines available at Tooele County Health Department for those ages 70+. Visit //tooelehealth.org/covid-19-vaccination-plan/ for more information from the Tooele County Health Department.
NEWS RELEASE: Tooele County Moving to “High” Level on COVID-19 Transmission Index on October 22, 2020. You can watch the news release here //fb.watch/1iK4MbyxRS/.
Tooele County (and Tooele City) will be at the “high” level from October 22, 2020 – November 5, 2020, when new data will be released and analyzed.
In the news release the message was shared by Governor Herbert and other professionals that this is not to scare anyone or to keep anyone from living their lives. This will not last forever.
*Limit your social gatherings to 10 or fewer people. Gatherings with organizational oversight are not where the spread of Covid is happening. It is at our family parties, weddings, and other private social gatherings.
*Wear your masks
*Wash your hands often and continue good personal hygiene practices
*Keep a 6 foot or more physical distance from others outside of your household.
The most up-to-date information can be found on //coronavirus.utah.gov/
Updated October 16, 2020:
Currently Tooele County, including Tooele City, is designated at the moderate level. For the next two weeks (until October 29th) which Utah’s Acting Public Health Director, Rich Saunders, has described as a two-week “circuit breaker” social gatherings are limited to 10 or fewer people and masks are to be worn in public indoor settings, and to be worn outdoors when physical distancing is not feasible. This is all in an effort to reduce the high rate of transmission that we are currently experiencing. Read details and more about the coronvirus at //coronavirus.utah.gov/.
VISIT TOOELELIBRARY.ORG FOR UP-TO-DATE INFORMATION ABOUT THE TOOELE CITY LIBRARY
THE PRATT AQUATIC CENTER IS NOW OPEN
VISIT PRATT AQUATIC CENTER FOR UP-TO-DATE HOURS AND OPERATIONS INFORMATION
PARKS, PLAYGROUNDS, PAVILIONS, AND FACILITIES: Restroom facilities will be closing for the season on October 15, 2020. Parks and pavilions are open, but reservations are not required after October 15th. Please adhere to current guidelines as can be found at //coronavirus.utah.gov/.
PUBLIC MEETINGS: Public meetings can be attended in person or via Facebook Live. Public comments can also still be submitted via email. Visit the City Council Page or the Planning Commission Page for updates.
SPECIAL EVENTS: We will accept applications for special events at this time, but please note that we will not approve any permits for events that cannot comply with the advisories/guidelines/restrictions in place at the time. If a permit can be issued, the $50 application fee will be required before the permit is issued.
Tooele City Residents… Among everything else that we are experiencing in the world around us, Tooele City’s Reclamation Plant is seeing an influx of baby wipes entering our sewer system. Only flush legit toilet paper and your waste. You don’t want a sewer backup in yours or your neighbor’s home. Baby wipes, napkins, paper towels, dryer sheets, hygiene products…whatever your makeshift product is – don’t flush it – trash it. Thanks for your help to keep our City clean, healthy, and safe!
Testing! Updated April 16, 2020
Tooele City Communication
Keep yourself Healthy & Safe
Protecting Yourself: You can protect yourself from coronavirus the same way you protect yourself from other viruses with a few commonsense practices.
•Wash your hands thoroughly and often (for 20 seconds).
•Make sure you are cleaning between your fingers and under your nails.
•If you cannot wash your hands, use alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60-95% alcohol.
•Avoid shaking hands, especially with those who appear to be ill.
•Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth as much as possible.
•Disinfect shared surfaces.
•Stay home when you are sick.
•Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
Symptoms: The coronavirus that is causing concern has symptoms similar to other respiratory illnesses. These may include:
•Shortness of Breath
•State of Utah Coronavirus Taskforce: coronavirus.utah.gov
•Centers for Disease Control (CDC): www.coronavirus.gov
•World Health Organization (WHO): www.who.int
•Tooele County Health Department: tooelehealth.org