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PLEASE NOTE: This website and its numerous pages are always evolving and being edited as issues are defined and as new information comes forward to enlarge the content. This website is an independent resource for the residents of the Silver Springs Community. In no way do we represent any board or that we are attorneys. We only seek to provide the property owners with information they may not otherwise have available and to make the various Silver Springs boards accessible and transparent.
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We are proud of our community and actively work to provide our neighbors with timely informative links and current information about our Silver Springs Community. Click on the left side menu on Community Subdivisions or Master Association to find your subdivision from the seventeen included in this website.
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(Many thanks to Ralph Stanislaw for his three years of devotion and labor to build our two Silver Springs Community rock monument entry signs- shown in picture above. And thanks to Pat Fraleigh for assisting him and contributing to the design.)
Tennis Court Gate Code as of 7/9/2008 is 153 Please lock up when you are done :).
Park Place Gate Code: 4762
DONORS COULD SAVE THEIR LIVES
Northshore residents Mike and Jane Washington’s son Andy, and former Little Lake at Silver Springs resident Billie Harsch both have forms of lymphoma cancer and both are in need of stem-cell transplants. The Park City Medical Center at Quinn’s Junction can take your registration, a quick form filled out and a cheek swab to collect saliva. Donors must be between 18 and 44 years of age. The Be The Match foundation is the national registry matching donors for those who need such transplants. Donors can also sign the registry online at www.marrow.org.
Solitary moose - evening in Silver Springs Park.
Summit County considers study to incorporate Snyderville Basin
More popular name suggestion: “Moose Valley”
Click here on link or on left side menu: “Government”, then on “Incorporation of 84098 Summit County area into a new city“. Your comments can be typed at the end of that page. Also click on left side menu or here “Moose Valley, Utah - Our Home”
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