Malad

June 2024 Newsletter

Malad City Newsletter

June 2024

Some items of interest for Malad City residents:

  • Support Local Gems on Friday, June 7! The Support Local Gems initiative is an all-day celebration of Idaho’s small businesses. On Friday, June 7, 2024, Idahoans are encouraged to support small businesses in our communities. Started by U.S. Senator Jim Risch and the Idaho Department of Commerce, Support Local Gems is successful, thanks to the help and support of Idaho’s chambers of commerce, business associations, elected officials, small businesses across the Gem State, and ALL Idahoans. Be sure to support our Malad small businesses on Friday, June 7, and every other day!
  • Remember the watering hours of 6:00 a.m. until 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. each day. Those on sprinkling systems can water during the night.
  • Be sure to remove any flowers or other items that hinder mowing and trimming from the Malad City Cemetery by Friday, June 7. These items will be taken to the landfill after that date.
  • A message from Rocky Mountain Power:  Are you ready to upgrade your heating and cooling system? Idaho customers can get up to $2,000 off a dual fuel heat pump with Rocky Mountain Power rebates. Heat pumps are highly efficient – and energy efficiency makes your community and your bank account stronger. Help your community and cash in on the potential for significant savings, especially if your home uses propane. For more information, visit www.WattsmartHomes.com.
  • The Community Garden has been planted! Watch the garden and feel free to harvest anything you would like. Planted are several varieties of tomatoes, peppers, squash, pumpkins, cucumbers, and green beans. If you stop by to pick something, pick a few weeds while you are at it! We would appreciate it!
  • The theme for July 4 is “Independence Day – The Malad Way!” Plan to come celebrate with us on Wednesday night, July 3 with the presentation of Malad’s Volunteer of the Year, a band, preliminaries for “Malad’s Got Talent”. Thursday, July 4, will start with breakfast with the Oneida County Search & Rescue, parade, and lots of fun in the afternoon – ending with “Malad’s Got Talent” finals, a band and the fantastic fireworks presented by the Malad Volunteer Fire Department. We will end the celebration on Friday, July 5, with a street dance in front of City Hall with Rough Stock!