Helper, Utah: Revitalization Project

Mission Statement
Creating a vibrant and beautiful city respectful of our heritage, with community direction, to attract tourists, increase economic activity, and bolster local pride.

In the News:

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The Helper Hope Labyrinth is complete and it's beautiful! It was a real team effort. Thanks for all the hard work everyone!!! #helperhopelabyrinth


















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Save the dates: SEPTEMBER 6 - 9

The SDAT team will be in town to meet with the entire community. Details coming soon. Sign up to be on the email list to get the latest information

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The preliminary meeting with SDAT was on Wednesday, May 17, 2017




Click here to read the minutes from the meeting.
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The design phase is complete and the implementation is happening now!



 

Click here to see the design and to review the design criteria.

Please contact us if you are interested in helping with the implementation of this project.

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FUNDRAISER UPDATE
Our first fundraiser was on 4/29/17 and we took in $1,746.00! 












Thanks Marcus & Guy!

Design Implementation Meeting

June 14@ 7:00 pm in the Auditorium

We hope you'll join us as we move into the implementation phase!  Please pass this information along to any interested parties you may know - all are welcome!

  • Nick Kiahtipes will provide an overview of the lighting study and additional information regarding lighting and next steps
  • We will break out into sub-group sign up for different aspects of the implementation. 

Some of the groups we are looking for interested community members to join include the following:

  • -  Concrete Pour/Brick Placement
  • -  Gravel
  • -  Lighting
  • -  Boulder Placement
  • -  Tree Prep & Planting
  • -  Language Bricks
  • -  Landscaping
  • -  Planters
  • -  Benches
  • -  Furniture
  • -  Fire pits
  • -  Time Capsule


We Have Trash Cans!

Helper Project, a local area non-profit with the mission to “Foster, Revitalization, Promote Beautification and Cultural Enhancement for the City of Helper” has donated 11 garbage cans for use on Main Street.  These cans will enhance the community selected design and are greatly appreciated by both the City and community.  This is one of the first steps on our way to a beautified Main Street!  Thank-you Helper Project for your kind donation!