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The part needed to make the temporary repair at the pool remains on backorder with no definite delivery date. A new pump has been ordered and will take 8-10 weeks to be delivered which is the reason for the temporary repair. We were hopeful the parts needed would be delivered in a timely manner so the pool could re-open without a major disruption. Unfortunately, this hasn’t been the case and the pool will remain closed for the 2021 season. We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience the closure has caused our patrons. 

Refunds will be issued as follows:

  • If you have a 10 punch or lap swim pass it will be carried over to the 2022 pool season.
  • If you have a season individual pass, family pass, or senior pass you will be issued a refund in the amount based on time of purchase. 

We will be reaching out to all of our season pass holders within the next two weeks to discuss refund amounts. Please be patient as this process will take time.

If you reserved the pool for a private party, we will be in contact with you to make arrangements for a full refund.

Again, we apologize for the inconvenience and thank all of our patrons for their patience and understanding.

 If you have questions or concerns, please call the Kanab City Office @ (435)644-2534.

Restricted Areas for Fireworks in Kanab City as of 6/16/2021

Firework Zones Detail

Firework Zones

As we approach July, we would like to remind everyone of the restricted fireworks areas in place. We want everyone to have a SAFE and happy 4th of July. The following are the areas in Kanab where Fireworks are BANNED.
A. All areas except for Main Street between 100 North and Center Street(if Aerial Fireworks are to be lighted they need to be positioned on the north portion of the block)
Discharge times and dates:
Between the hours of 11 am and 11 pm except as noted:
July 2 – July 5 (July 4th hours extended to midnight)
July 22 – 25 (July 24th hours extended to midnight)
December 31 (11 am – 1 am Jan. 1) Chinese New Year’s Eve (11 am – 1 am the following day)
Fireworks can be an exciting way to celebrate. Fireworks need to be treated with respect and care. With the drier than normal spring this year the area has experienced an increase in fire potential, all vegetation will easily ignite and spread fire rapidly!
We hope to prevent any fires from Fireworks, but history tells us that there will be an increase in calls to the fire department over the next month.

Click the link to see the full Ordinance.    ---    Ordinance No. 6-1-21O