Contact


Council Member:
Jerry Smith
  801-476-7502 (h)
  801-209-2595 (c)
ccjsmith@uintahcity.com
 

Goals


1.  Celebrate our annual U-Day to honor our City’s history, beauty, and culture.

2.  Have a community event and celebration that provides opportunities for positive social interaction for all residents.

3.  Attract people to the community event with interesting activities.

4.  Plan the events:
      a. Chair and Co-Chair to take part in the planning of individual events and activities.
      b. Solicit more volunteers.
      c. Review budget and extent of program.

U-Day 2017


A big THANK YOU to all who helped make our 2017 U-Day a big success!
It took countless hours from many citizens to bring everything together and everyone's contribution is much appreciated.
A special thanks to our 2017 U-Day Chair Rebecca Mohr!

Volunteering


The U-Days committee is currently looking for new volunteers!
A big part of what makes U-Day special is the tradition of citizens coming together and graciously sharing their time and talents with the community. U-Days wouldn't be possible without all the locals who generously volunteer and make sure the celebration comes off as a success. 

If you are interested in volunteering contact: Jerry Smith 801-476-7502

Donations


The U-Days Committee is always grateful for donations for the year’s Uintah Days celebration.
During the two days of celebration we rely heavily on donations and sponsorships to make the U-Day events possible.
We accept donations in the form of cash, monetary, or prize items for our silent auction, 5k run, and raffle.
We are a small community with a small tax base, so your donation is greatly appreciated!

Your donation may be tax deductible, so please ask for a tax donation receipt.
We will also feature each commercial business donor or sponsor publicly on our events banner.

If you are interested in making a donation, please contact: Uintah City Hall 801-479-4130.

Earlier U-Days


Master Chef of the Salmon Bake, Jerry Smith

In 1994 the U was lit with oil lanterns for the last time. Click here to see the photos.

In 1970 U-Days was reported in the Ogden newspaper. Click here to see the article.
Thanks to Leora Dye!