May – July 2019
It’s the end of the world as we know it. Get prepared, so you’ll “feel fine!”
Create an emergency plan in one or more of areas described on the Tooele Ready website (www.tooeleready.org) provided by Tooele County Emergency Management.
When you’ve created at least one plan—come show a librarian and get an entry ticket into a drawing for awesome preparedness prizes.
One entry per person. Must be 19+ years old to enter.
Entry window: June 1—August 3. Winners announced August 5, 2019.
Tooele City Offices will be closed for the Independence Day Holiday.
Trash will not be picked up on this day. Trash pick up services will be delayed that week by one day, beginning with the holiday. If you have questions, please call (435) 843-2150. Thank you.
Start the morning of the 4th off right with the Tooele County Chamber of Commerce’s annual 4th of July Breakfast!
Veteran’s Memorial Park
$5 per person
Veterans eat free!
2019 Tooele City 4th of July Theme: “FOREVER PROUD”
For more information contact the Tooele City Parks & Recreation Department at 435.843.2143.
Click HERE for a printable .pdf copy of the parade route.
Parade Route: The Parade Route starts at the corner of Skyline Drive and Main Street, travels north down Main Street to 200 North (Utah Avenue), then turns west traveling to 200 West, then turns south on 200 West to the Aquatic Center Park.
Parade Entrants: The parade route will close 30 minutes prior to the start of the parade. Please plan accordingly and be in place at least 30 minutes prior to the start of the parade.
Click HERE to see our week-long line up of events!
Enjoy food, activities and entertainment all day at the park! Starting at 11:00 a.m. Mayor Debbie Winn will kick-off the day’s events with the annual awards presentation, followed by a FREE concert with Tooele City favorite Charley Jenkins!
All animals in the park must be in a cage or on a leash. You must clean up after your own animal. Thank you!
Would you like to be a vendor in the park on the 4th of July? Call our Parks and Recreation Office at 435.843.2143.
Mechanical Bull ♦ Sports Wipe Out Obstacle ♦ Zorb Balls ♦ Rock Wall ♦ Children’s Train!
Please Donate to Raise Funds for Vietnam Veterans Memorial Statue!
Marvin Hitesman, the statues sculptor, will have a booth at the park to collect donations and the Tooele City Arts Council will collect donations at all Fridays on Vine Concerts and at the park on the 4th of July for our week-long 4th of July celebrations! For more info contact Holly 435-830-2458.
Charley Jenkins in Concert!
Charley has performed in Tooele City a number of times, and our residents are always asking to have him back again and again!
“Born country?” Exactly!!! Charley Jenkins has country roots that run deep. He was raised on a farm in Eastern Utah where he learned how to rope, ride and work hard. Life on the Jenkins farm revolved around cows, horses and of course rodeo. Country music is all about a real cowboy’s life like Charley’s. “Country is who and what I am. It is only natural for me to sing the songs that I love and relate to.” Charley’s first album, Greatest Hours was written and produced by Charley with the help of his friend, Jordan Allen. With the success of this album and some personal advice from George Strait, Charley decided to push his career to a new level.
In the summer of 2001 Charley loaded up his truck with everything he owned and headed off to Nashville, Tennessee. It didn’t take him long to get his foot in the door in the country music industry. Charley was soon working on Music Row for a song writing publishing company. It was here that Charley learned the “ins and outs” of the country business. He became personal friends with a number of Nashville “greats.”
While in Nashville Charley released his second album titled, Round Here. He wanted this album to show who he is and what his music is all about. The title, Round Here was so fitting. Charley is proud of where he is from and the people who have influenced his life. It was this love that brought Charley back home in the summer of 2004 to help with the farm and to be with his family and his father who was battling cancer. “Coming home was an easy decision for me, and I will never regret it.” The Round Here album is a tribute to his father and he personally wrote the song, “Hero At Home” for him. With the overwhelming success of the Round Here album Charley recorded and released his third album in August of 2007 titled Ridin’ and his fourth in September 2009 titled Hold On. Each album reflects a true look into a country boy’s life with song titles such as “Duct Tape and Bailing Wire”, “Country Music”, “Right Where I Belong”, “Hold On” and “Rodeo Clown”. Charley is also excited to announce the release of his fourth album set to release June 2013.
In the summer of 2008 Charley was selected out of 45,000 contestants to be one of 12 finalists to compete on Nashville Star which aired on NBC. He was also invited to be interviewed and sing on the nationwide popular Today Show in New York City.
Top Nashville writer, Tony Martin who has written 12 number one songs such as “Third Rock from the Sun”, “Just To See You Smile”, “Living and Living Well”, and “Time Is Love” said this about Charley’s album. “I love Charley’s album, but it upset me that the song I love the most, ‘As Long As I’m With You’, is one I didn’t write; Charley did.”
Charley’s career has been gaining tremendous momentum as he has opened for many top 20 country headliners including LeAnn Rimes, Alan Jackson, Lonestar, Montgomery Gentry, Kellie Pickler, Taylor Swift, Josh Turner and many others. Charley has sung country music for tens of thousands. He has an unusual ability to customize his show to fit the personality of any crowd. Dan Truman of Diamond Rio says this, “Charley Jenkins’. He’s great! He’s real, and he’s full of energy and passion.” That’s what Charley is all about.
Rodeo also on July 3rd. Find more information and purchase tickets here tooelebitnspur.com
Fireworks following the Rodeo on July 4th!
The purpose of this program is to ensure children receive nutritious meals at no cost. Children 18 years old and under eat FREE. There are 4 locations in Tooele City where lunch will be served Monday – Friday* from 12:00 noon – 1:00 p.m. Keep our parks clean! Please put all trash in trash cans. Thank you!
*Exceptions: Lunch will not be provided on July 4 or July 24 at any of the locations.