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May 15-21, 2022 is National EMS week. The Box Elder Police Department was presented with a special token of thanks from the Douglas Middle School's 6th Grade class of 2022! Special notes of gratitude were posted to a banner and hung in the patrol room to remind the crew of just how important they are to the little citizens of our community!

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Each quarter staff nominates peers who go Above and Beyond the Call of Duty. Quarterly nominations are reviewed and excellence is recognized at our quarterly ABCD Award luncheon held at Box Elder City Hall. 1st quarter 2022 ABCD award recipients are: Chris Misselt & Justin Taylor (PD) and Forrest Legg (PW) for their outstanding service going above and beyond in their duties.

Thank each of you for your oustanding service and dedication to the City of Box Elder!


Chris Misselt

Justin Taylor

Forrest Legg

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Freedom Estates Expansion April 2022

Freedom Estates Expansion

Freedom Estates Subdivision is expanding. The next phase will have single family homes. 
This is the area between I-90 and Highway 1416, east of Liberty Boulevard.
Watch this area transform in 2022.

  

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Code Enforcement 8 inch vegetation reminder

Vegetation

It's spring and the grass is growing. Remember to keep vegetation less than 8 inches and to trim bushes and trees in the right of way.

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Final Public Input meeting comprehensive plan Box Elder

Are you interested in Box Elder's long range plans? If so, don't miss the final public input meeting for the comprehensive plan at the Spring Market on May 7th. 

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