The awe inspiring peaks of Pine Valley Mountain, Bumblebee Range and Kolob Canyon surrounding New Harmony Town make it a peaceful, protected area to live and raise a family.
New Harmony was settled in 1852
The awe inspiring peaks of Pine Valley Mountain, Bumblebee Range and Kolob Canyon surrounding New Harmony Town make it a peaceful, protected area to live and raise a family. With a population of just over 200 residents, (not including the livestock) the town is close enough to Cedar City and St. George for convenience and work but far enough away to allow for great country living. Deer and other wildlife meander through the streets in the evening unafraid of the residents. At an elevation of over 5000 feet the climate year-round avails itself to display all four seasons. Some of the residents are snowbirds. They live in town during the summer because of the cool summer evenings and take off for warmer locations in the winter.
a sense of community
The New Harmony area was settled by Mormon pioneers in 1852. Initially developed as farm land and orchards, it now is a small but thriving community of locals and commuters. Everyone knows everyone and the local post office is the general meeting place to visit. The nearest store is the gas station at the freeway exit 5 miles east of town, which is just fine with the townsfolk. There is truly a sense of community among the residents. If you run out of something, you borrow from your neighbor.
Jim Pace 586-7256
Lowell Prince 586-9202
New Harmony Ward Bishop
Bob Groke: 435-590-9606
The Solid Waste Department provides dumpsters for town residents only. The dates for 2020 are:
- April 7-8
- June 9-10
- Sept. 22-23
- October 27-28
No chemicals, paint, batteries, tires. For large item pick up call 435-628-2821.
FIRE STATION/ EMERGENCY
New Harmony Fire Station 867-9562
Assisstant Fire Chief Bob Groke 590-9606
New Harmony Branch County Library 34 South 2900 East 867-0065 Mon-Thur 10am-7pm Friday Closed/ Sat 10am-4pm
New Harmony 586-3342
RECYCLING & TRASH:
Washington County Solid Waste 673-2813
Before you dig, Call Blue Stakes –
Electricity – Rocky Mountain Power
Propane – AmeriGas
Telephone – CenturyLink
Harmony Farms (Views)–
Carole Cragun 867-8174
Harmony Heights –
Darrow Jessen 586-9208
Mountain Springs Water Company –
Tom Burke 586-2526
New Harmony Town –
Lowell Prince 586-9202
A BEAUTIFUL PLACE
Initially developed as farm land and orchards, it now is a small but thriving community of locals and commuters.
Lowell D. Prince
PARKS & CEMETERY