Rebecca Mohr

Council Member:
Jerry Smith
  801-476-7502 (h)
  801-209-2595 (c)


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 Schedules

  June 9-10, 2017

* Click here to view the CURRENT FLYER *

U-Day Booth Rentals
are avaliable for a spot at the Uintah City Park on
June 10, 2017

Click here for the U-Day Booth Rental Application

JUNE 9, 2017
  JUNE 10, 2017
 Dance Through the Decades
Uintah City Park
2105 E 6550 S
7:00-9:00 PM

Lighting of the
Mountain U
"Glow Run"

Uintah City Park
8:30-9:00 PM

Glow Run
$2 per person

Movie in the Park
Uintah City Park
2105 E 6550 S
9:00 PM

Hotdog meals (hotdog, chips, soda) and popcorn, soda, cotton candy, & snow cones will be available for purchase
   5k Color Run/Walk
Uintah City Park
2105 E 6550 S
7:00 AM Packet Pick-Up
8:00 AM Event Starts

Click here for the
5K registration form

Breakfast in the Park
Uintah City Park
2105 E 6550 S
8:30-10:00 AM

Sponsored by the
Uintah Fire Dept.
$3 per person

10:00 AM Staging
10:30 AM Parade

U-Day Opening Ceremonies
Uintah City Park
2105 E 6550 S
11:00 AM

Children's Games
Uintah City Park
11:15 - 4:00 PM

Children's Chicken Catch
Uintah City Park
southeast corner of the field
11:15 - 11:45 AM

Arts & Crafts Showcase
Uintah City Park
inside scout building
12:00 - 3:00 PM

Variety Show
& Entertainment

Uintah City Park
12:00 -1:00 PM

Uintah City Park
1:15 - 1:45 PM

Teen Games
Uintah City Park
2:00 - 2:30 PM

White Elephant Bingo
Uintah City Park
3:00 - 4:30 PM

free to play

Silent Auction
Uintah City Park
4:30 - 7:45 PM Auction Bidding
8:00 PM Winners Announced

Band & Entertainment
Uintah City Park
4:45 - 8:30 PM

Salmon Bake
Uintah City Park
5:00 - 7:00 PM

$10 per plate

Lighting of the
Mountain U
Uintah City Park
8:30-9:00 PM

Cotton candy, snow cones, BBQ, Pacos Tacos, frozen Italian ice, ice cream, hot wings, nachos, burgers, hotdogs and more will be available for purchase

Contacts for Events

For questions regarding Saturday Booth Rentals contact:

 Stephanie Howell  801-689-2248
To display work in the Arts and Craft Showcase contact:  Gloria Funk          801-689-2248

To participate in the Variety Show contact:  Rebecca Mohr      801-931-7556

To register for the Parade contact:  Diane Johnson     801-710-1456
 Greg Johnson      801-389-3917


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 more information about positions still avaliable, and how to volunteer, please contact:
Rebecca Mohr at 801-931-7556.


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 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:
Rebecca Mohr 801-931-7556, or the 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!