Planning Commission Meetings are generally held the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of each month at Tooele City Hall, 90 North Main Street, Tooele, Utah at 7:00 p.m. and are open to the public.
To have items put on the agenda, please call the City Planning & Zoning Administrator at 435.843.2167.
Baby Bookworms is a parent-child lap sit program using the 7 days 7 ways principles from Very Ready to Read.
Designed for babies from birth to 24 months. This program is repeated 2 times and begins when full or at 11:00 and 11:30.
Children 2 and older can enjoy programs for their age groups - Wiggle Worms and Story Time. Look for these in our calendar!
Do you love digital worlds and video games? Then you’ll love Gamer’s Group where you can PLAY OR CREATE! Every Friday, you can learn how to program computers, play games like Minecraft or Roblox – the choice is yours. Basically you can have tech fun in your own space… all while gaining tech skills for your future.
Coding and gaming is all self-paced, so just attend on the weeks you can. Registration is not required. A computer is provided during club time. And you can bring your own laptop if you’d like.
Open to ages 10 – 18.
Learn how to grow all the organic food you’ll need in just 20% of the space needed for a traditional garden. This 90 minute class is perfect for beginners and experts alike as it requires no digging, weeding, thinning, or hard work. You’ll learn all the basics of the SFG system and will be able to have your garden up and ready to go in an hour.
This course is taught by Jim Teahan - a certified square foot gardening instructor.
Arrive early. Seating is limited for this free training event.
Each year, over 50,000 calls are received by the Utah Poison Control Center. More than 60% of the exposures involve children less than six years of age.
In 2010, 94% of all poisonings occurred in the home. Fortunately 79% were managed on site with telephone follow-up. Therefore, it is critical to safeguard the home environment. The Utah Poison Control Center reminds everyone to make poisoning prevention a year round responsibility.
The top three poison categories in children involve:
(1). Cosmetics and personal care products;
(2). Household cleaning products;
(3). Pain killers such as acetaminophen and ibuprofen.
The top three poison categories in adults involve:
(1). Pain killers including narcotics and over-the-counter analgesics;
(2). Sedatives (drugs to reduce anxiety) and hypnotics (sleep aids);
For more information on the Utah Poison Control Center, visit http://poisoncontrol.utah.edu/ To report a poisoning or possible poisoning, contact Tooele County Dispatch at 435-882-5600 or the Utah Poison Control Center at 800-222-1222.