Below is a list and audio of some of the area’s announcements, closures, changes and cancellations. You can also find updates posted to our Facebook page @Mylocalradio. Please contact us, or direct us to a Facebook post to have your announcement included on this list. Thank you.

UPDATED: MAR 23 2020 – 1:30 PM

INFORMATION REGARDING: UCSD #1 FOOD ASSISTANCE, JACKALOPE DELIVERY, KIDS ACTIVITIES ONLINE

INFORMATION REGARDING: ROCKY MOUNTAIN POWER, WYOMING LIBRARIES, WYOMING COVID-19 INFO WEBSITE

INFORMATION REGARDING: UINTA COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH, SMITH’S, RICH COUNTY, UT. FOOD ASSISTANCE

INFORMATION REGARDING: ICHABAN JAPANESE STEAKHOUSE, UINTA COUNTY GOVT., EVANSTON PUBLIC WORKS

UINTA COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT #1 CLOSURES
UCSD #1 schools and facilities will be closed from Wednesday, March 18 through Friday, April 3, 2020. Additional information regarding the hard closing of schools will be forthcoming. Please visit the district website (www.uinta1.com) for the most up-to-date information.

UINTA COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT #1 FOOD ASSISTANCE
To support our children’s health and nutrition within our community, UCSD #1 has set up five (5) sites where families can come pick up breakfast & lunch sack meals. The locations for pickup are as follows: North Evanston Elementary, Clark Elementary, Evanston Middle School, Davis Middle School, and Horizon Jr/Sr High.

Pickup times will be from 8:30 a.m. until 10:00 a.m. Monday through Friday. For your convenience, stop by one of the schools, and pick up both a breakfast and lunch grab and go bag. This meal will be available to all children ages 18 and under in our community. The child must be present to receive the grab and go bag. This is not an income-based program, all children are welcome. There will be no charge for these meals.

We hope that this program will support our children within the community. Please limit your participation if you or your children are showing any signs of fever, coughing, or other flu like symptoms. This will help prevent the spread of illness throughout our community, as our goal is to get our children back to school as soon as safely possible.

Should you have any questions, please contact Linda Martin, Food Service Director, at 307-789-7571.

UINTA COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT #4 CLOSURES
UCSD #4 schools and facilities will be closed through at least Sunday, April 5th, 2020.
We will communicate with families as soon as we have the necessary information to make future decisions.

UINTA COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT #4 FOOD ASSISTANCE
During the school closure Uinta 4 will continue to serve lunch using a grab and go sack lunch approach. Our goal is to target those students enrolled in Uinta 4 schools who rely on the school’s free and reduced lunch program. Sack lunches will be prepared at the school and distributed to families curbside. Sack lunches will be available starting Tuesday, March 24th from 11:00 12:30 from the bus loop at the K-8 building. Parents should enter the bus loop and stop behind the car in front of you. You will then proceed through the bus loop to the distribution stand where you may pick up a lunch for each of your school children. Please be patient and proceed through the loop in a line. We anticipate it will move quite quickly and efficiently.

If you have any questions regarding lunch service during this time please call the district office at 307-782-3377.

UINTA COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT #6 FOOD ASSISTANCE
UCSD #6 is offering free meals to any children in the community that are 18 and under. Breakfast and lunch sacks will be provided Monday – Thursday 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. This food assistance program is not income based and is free to anyone. Currently meals can be picked-up at Lyman Intermediate School cafeteria side door. Look for signs if you are unsure where to go. Please pull in and remain inside your vehicle. Both breakfast and lunch sack will be brought out and placed into your vehicle. Children to not need to be present. MEALS WILL NOT BE CONSUMED ON SITE. Situations are changing quickly. Please refer back to the UCSD #6 website or social media for updated information. If you are unable to pick-up your meals, or have other questions or concerns please contact Natalee Gaylord, Food Service Director at 307-786-4100 ext. 4106.

UINTA COUNTY GOVERNMENT
Effective March 18, 2020, and continuing through at least April 3, 2020, the Uinta County Clerk, Uinta County Treasurer, Uinta County Assessor, Uinta County Planning & Zoning, Uinta County Fair Office and Uinta County Human Services will conduct regular business solely through mail, email, and telephone. The Uinta County Clerk of District Court, Uinta County Public Health and Uinta County Attorney’s Office will remain open to the public but prefer a prior appointment. The Uinta County Sheriff will continue to operate in its normal fashion. We ask that you please utilize 9-1-1 wisely for emergency situations and be aware of the burden on our first responders at this time. Please refer to each department for more specific policies and procedures, on Facebook @Uinta County, WY or by the following telephone numbers:
Assessor: 307-783-0338
County Clerk: 307-783-0306
County Commissioners: 307-783-0519
Treasurer: 307-783-0333
County Attorney: 307-783-0550
Clerk of District Court: 307-783-0456
Human Services: 307-789-7194
Sheriff’s Office: 307-783-1000
Planning and Zoning: 307-783-0318
Fair Office: 307-783-0313
Public Health: 307-789-9203

 NO PERSON should access the 2ND FLOOR of the Uinta County Complex absent business associated with the District or Circuit Courts for the Third Judicial District, Uinta County, Wyoming, or the Uinta County Attorney’s Office. Any party to any court proceeding should contact counsel or, if unrepresented, the appropriate court clerk, to determine if in person presence is required prior to entering restricted area. Do not enter the courtrooms or court clerk’s offices if you have:
1. Visited China, Iran, South Korea, any European countries, or any other high-risk countries identified by the CDC within the previous 14 days;
2. Resided with or been in close contact with someone who has been in any of those countries within the previous 14 days;
3. Traveled domestically within the United States where COVID-19 has sustained widespread community transmission;
4. Been asked to self-quarantine by any doctor, hospital or health agency;
5. Been diagnosed with or have had contact with anyone who has been diagnosed with COVID-19; or
6. A fever, cough or shortness of breath.
ANY INDIVIDUAL ATTEMPTING TO ENTER RESTRICTED AREA IN VIOLATION OF THIS NOTICE WILL BE DENIED ENTRANCE BY COURTHOUSE SECURITY

CITY OF EVANSTON PUBLIC WORKS
Public Works will respond to phone calls or emails. There will be no change in services. Water, sewer, trash and street services will continue as normal. Call ahead and we can still get landfill passes for you. Public Works phone number is 783-6450. PLEASE remember DO NOT FLUSH anything down the toilet or drain that is NOT toilet paper! This includes paper towels, rags, shop towels, or any other item, INCLUDING FLUSHABLE WIPES! They may flush, but they clog your pipes and the city sewer mains.

UINTA COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
At this time, we are not taking walk-ins. It you would like to be seen by us for any of the services we offer, we are open regular hours and see clients with appointments only.Please call us to schedule:
Evanston 307-789-9203 Open M-F 8 a.m. -12 p.m., 1-5 p.m.
Lyman 307-787-3800 Open W,TH,F 8 a.m. -12 p.m., 1-5 p.m.

WYOMING HEALTH FAIR BLOOD DRAWS, BRIDGER VALLEY COMMUNITY HEALTH FAIR
The Wyoming Health Fair blood draws that were scheduled for April 2nd, 3rd & 4th as well as the Community Health Fair in Bridger Valley, scheduled for April 25th, have all been CANCELLED as we navigate the pandemic of COVID-19.

EVANSTON PARKS & RECREATION CENTER
The Evanston Recreation Center will be closed to all patrons and all recreation programs have been canceled. These cancellations include swim lessons, fitness classes, youth sports, adult sports, gymnastics, martial arts, boxing, Action Camp, birthday parties, etc. We are truly sorry for the inconvenience, but we ask for your patience and understanding during this time.

ICHIBAN JAPANESE STEAKHOUSE
We will offer free fried rice or noodle also soft drink to anyone who may need,everyday from 2:30 pm to 4:30 pm until the end of March, if necessary we will extended time period.You can just visit Ichiban Japanese steakhouse to pick up it.

SMITH’S FOOD & DRUG
We would like to invite our shoppers over 60 years of age to shop one hour before the store opens to the public. Please feel free to enter at 7 a.m. to help avoid the risk of sickness. As a result Smith’s new store hours are 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.

ROCKY MOUNTAIN POWER
Rocky Mountain Power is temporarily suspending nonpayment disconnections for our customers. With many in our communities possibly needing to self-isolate or work from home, we understand the importance of uninterrupted electric service. We are ready around the clock to answer any questions about your electric service and are here to help if you are having difficulty paying your bill. Please call our customer care specialists anytime at 1-888-221-7070.