Welcome to Manila, Utah
Home of the Flaming Gorge
Manila Utah, a short three hour drive from the hustle and bustle of Salt Lake City, Manila exists as a small, quiet community offering a completely unique experience. The valley opens wide at your feet and the pollution free evening skies are filled with stars that seem almost within reach. In winter, the valley is surrounded by snow laden mountains, providing breath taking views. A multitude of wild animals including deer, antelope, rabbit, fox, bobcat, and the occasional mountain lion, share Manila with the local population. Whatever you desire in outdoor adventure, you are bound to find it here within the cedar, juniper, aspen and/or pine covered mountains rising to the south, and scenic desert formations fading into the northern horizon. Tucked comfortably against the hillsides, Manila rests on a valley which quietly overlooks the immense beauty of the Flaming Gorge Reservoir.
We welcome you to our town and invite you to stay as long as you would like, hoping your visit to Manila Utah will be filled with lasting memories.
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February 2017 Newsletter
Advance Notification: There will be NO curbside trash pickup by the Town of Manila employees on Monday, February 27th due to a training conference out of town. However, the landfill will still be open on Monday, February 27th from 9:00-12 pm. Garbage Pickup will be done Tuesday, February 28th.
Advance Notification: The Town Office will be closed March 20-24. The staff will be attending a Clerks Conference all week. Payments can still be made online, mail, or dropped in the outside slot. If building permits are needed they are available on the town website: manilautah.com. Thank you for your understanding as we provide important training for our employees.
Roads: The Town of Manila has recently formulated a Road Management Plan which includes the maintenance/improving of our paved roads, upgrading our gravel roads, and developing preliminary engineering plans to improve town drainage. The Flaming Gorge Road & Travel Special Service District has been supportive throughout this process. They have agreed to help fund the Town of Manila with a $60,000.00 grant. This will include a stock pile of gravel for road base and money for an engineering analysis of the Town roads and storm drainage system. We greatly appreciate their financial support. Also, special thanks to council member Ross Catron for his expertise in this area and for helping the Town develop the Management Plan.
Winter Blues: The winter season comes with its share of difficulties. Some residents have had problems with frozen water meters and water lines. We would like to remind everyone that if you need your water shut off to please call the town office so we can assist you. The water meters need to be accessed by the public works employees only.
Thank you to all those who have assisted with snow removal after the winter storms. Our town roads are being plowed by our Public Works employees and it is wonderful to see neighbors helping neighbors with their driveways and walkways.
Stay Warm: Spring will soon be on its way!
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Town of Manila
P.O. Box 189
145 East Highway 43
Manila, Utah 84046
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(Friday 9am to 2pm)
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You may now make online payments for your town bills using the following link. For additional infromation on setting up online payments please come visit us at town hall.
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