HC 64 Box 2705
Castle Valley, UT 84532-9608
Phone: (435) 259-9828
Fax: (435) 259- 9846
Town Clerk -
Building Permit Agent/PLUC Clerk
Faylene Roth - email@example.com
Water Agent - John Groo
Roads Manager - 259-9828
Mayor - David Erley
Beginning Feb. 1. 2016
Monday - 9 am - 5 pm Lunch 12-1
Tuesday - 9 am - 5 pm Lunch 12-1
Other times by appointment only.
Located in Town Building
2 Castle Valley Drive
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
12:00PM - 4:00PM
10:30 - Children's Story Time
& 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Mail: The mail boxes at the entrance to the valley are where residents get their mail. Addresses are: HC 64 Box #### Castle Valley UT 84532. UPS & Fed-Ex provide home delivery. It's always best to put both addresses on all packages if a 2nd address line is provided. Call the Moab Post Office 259-7457
to get a CV mail box.
Power: Rocky Mountain Power is the power company that serves Castle Valley. All new power lines are required to be buried. 1-888-221-7070 Power Outages are common in Castle Valley, it's good to be prepared with extra water & lights for when these occur.
Phone/Internet: Frontier Communications provides phone/internet service. 1-800-961-0470. http://internet.frontier.com/services/ Currently the internet service is fair to very poor depending on where you are located in the valley.
Currently the best cell phone coverage is with Verizon, however cell reception is spotty at best, with texting being slightly more reliable.
Water: Each property owner is responsible for providing their own water. CV sits on top of a sole source aquifer that is fed by the La Sal Mountains. Most citizens have wells on their property or haul water from Matrimony Springs or from businesses in Moab.
Septic Tanks: Private property owners are required to have & maintain their own septic tanks. The Town does not provide a waste water management system.
Schools: All public schools are in Moab. Buses are provided to take Valley children to & from school.
Hospitals: Moab Regional Hospital is in Moab 22 miles away. Services include a full service emergency room, general & orthopedic surgical services, primary care physicians, obstetrical services & a wide range of other specialists. 259-7197, for emergencies call 911.
Emergency Services: Call 911. The Town, County & Daystar Academy worked together to create an Emergency Medical Responder Program in the Valley. The EMR's live locally and reach patients much faster than the minimum 35 minutes it takes Grand County EMS to arrive. The EMR program has a non-transport ambulance that provides medical supplies and shelter until Grand County EMS arrives on scene.
Fire: Call 911. Castle Valley has an awesome volunteer fire department that operates under Grand County with 2 Fire Stations located in the Valley. Visit their website http://castlevalleyfire.org/ or call 259-3655.
Shopping: There are no commercial businesses allowed in CV, gas, groceries and other amenities are in Moab. Home businesses are allowed, so some products may be available directly from your neighbor.