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6 hours ago
Clearfield City

Feeling the fall vibes today at Miya's Farm πŸ‚

Operating for 100+ years, Miya's Farm is one of the oldest family businesses in Clearfield. The farm grows corn and sells products from other local farms in their market.

In a previous news article by Utah Stories, Renie Miya said his grandparents were Japanese immigrants who came to Northern Utah to farm. β€œSomething interesting,” he says, β€œis that ours was one of the few not taken by the government when newcomer Japanese immigrant farmers were sent to internment camps during the Second World War.”

We are proud to have a business with such a strong legacy in our city. They are open until Halloween and have pumpkins galore waiting for you πŸŽƒ
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Feeling the fall vibes today at Miyas Farm πŸ‚

Operating for 100+ years, Miyas Farm is one of the oldest family businesses in Clearfield. The farm grows corn and sells products from other local farms in their market. 

In a previous news article by Utah Stories, Renie Miya said his grandparents were Japanese immigrants who came to Northern Utah to farm. β€œSomething interesting,” he says, β€œis that ours was one of the few not taken by the government when newcomer Japanese immigrant farmers were sent to internment camps during the Second World War.”

We are proud to have a business with such a strong legacy in our city. They are open until Halloween and have pumpkins galore waiting for you πŸŽƒImage attachmentImage attachment+1Image attachment

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I love your pumpkin display! Shop local y'all. It's always so good and glad you're back this year!πŸŽƒ

The sweetest staff & the set up looks so good this year!

i would love to shout them out as well we stopped by once and picked up one of the longest sweetest & juiciest watermelons πŸ‰ i’ve ever seen it was amazing i had some assistance in picking it out i asked for a really sweet one and that was exactly what i got i was very impressed and extremely satisfied and grateful with our purchase we were also blessed with one of their donut peaches and it was truly devine first time trying one of them definitely a favorite now and the customer service was A1

Best corn!!!

Wonderful people with fabulous produce. Please support them.

Jared Marcusen

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1 day ago
Clearfield City

ROAD & TRAIL CLOSURE INFORMATION:
Heads up folks, we've got some closure information for you.

🌳 The Rio Grande trail will be closed from 200 S. to 300 N. tomorrow (9/25) through most of Wednesday while trees get trimmed.

⚠️ The 1150 South intersection of State St. will be closed for one month starting Monday, September 25, for utility construction. Customers will still be able to access Manuel's parking lot, but all through traffic will be blocked.
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ROAD & TRAIL CLOSURE INFORMATION:
Heads up folks, weve got some closure information for you. 

🌳 The Rio Grande trail will be closed from 200 S. to 300 N. tomorrow (9/25) through most of Wednesday while trees get trimmed. 

⚠️ The 1150 South intersection of State St. will be closed for one month starting Monday, September 25, for utility construction. Customers will still be able to access Manuels parking lot, but all through traffic will be blocked.Image attachment

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Thanks for the heads up

I also have a damaged fence from when you cut that big tree down a few days ago

Please tell me you are not going to remove all the trees... like you did to my neighbors.

Yes, please do not remove all the trees

5 days ago
Clearfield City

A new business is coming to Clearfield! β˜• Scooters Coffee will be located near the intersection of 700 S. and State St. and is set to open at end of December or beginning of January.

Clearfield has THE BEST coffee shops, and we are excited another one is coming to the city. πŸ‘
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A new business is coming to Clearfield! β˜• Scooters Coffee will be located near the intersection of 700 S. and State St. and is set to open at end of December or beginning of January. 

Clearfield has THE BEST coffee shops, and we are excited another one is coming to the city. πŸ‘Image attachment

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I am of a different mind. I think this could help Beans, they have struggled with that location and this just may bring in more people who like to explore coffee experiences. I swear I never stop in to beans even when I mean to, it is just hard to spot as I am working my way through that busy intersection. I think this will remind me to stop. before I have already passed. wishing both good future

So excited I love scooters!!!! Best chai I have ever had!!!

Wow, poor form Clearfield City how about we stop allowing franchises into the city. I don’t care if they’re locally owned. They should start their own in name or support a local business. And the fact that’s it’s so insanely close to another coffee shop is even worse.

Really disappointed to see another coffee shop opening up so close to Bean’s Coffee, a business that is currently offering so much more to the community than just their coffee and food. Really disappointed to see Clearfield City do this to one of their own business owner residents.

This is in poor taste Clearfield City. Was the close proximity to other coffee shops considered? This is VERY close to a non franchised coffee shop owned by one of Clearfield’s residents. It is sad to see more franchised businesses moving in and threatening our smaller locally owned businesses. Disgusting.

Yay, I love scooters!

I think most citizens understand zoning and that the city does not choose exactly which business will move into a zoned area. I think you are seeing anger over this post because the city does have a choice if it decides to promote one business over another on its social media page. Clearfield City chose to use its social media presence to promote a business with over half a billion in annual revenue and who can afford to promote their own business. In contrast, other small businesses are not promoted and, in some cases, are being zoned out of business by the city.

Awesome!

I stand with Beans Coffee! This shouldn’t have been approved so close to a local resident veteran and woman owned business. Beans is the best shop in Clearfield. She roasts the beans in house, bakes all the yummy treats, offers community classes and has hands down the widest Sugar free selection of any shop in Northern Utah. Poor form Clearfield City. πŸ˜’

What about grounds for coffee? They're being kicked out in December. Do they have a new location figured out?

Jake Whitaker!

Tried the one in Roy. Not even decent coffee. But there is a really good one called Beans in Clearfield currently.

Do you know who drinks the most coffee. People passing through! How many coffee shops does the city think we need?

I love Bean's Coffee for their coffee, but I must admit that I love taking my car to Cars and Coffee at Scooters in Roy on a Sunday. I wonder if this location is even going to have the room for that like all the other locations… because I would gladly park my car at Scooters and walk myself to Bean’s for a coffee…

How many coffee shops do we have here? Seems like a saturated area for this type of business.

Another coffee shop. Let's support the ones we have! Let's also not forget @ Grounds for coffee that shut down!

Capitalism at its finest πŸ‘Œ Everyone "loves" it until it affects a business or a specific person's business that they know. Also, love the city responding again with 'we don't have any control'... like they don't review and approve business licenses 🀣

Elby Shakespeare, Miranda Shakespeare

The sign out front looked like an ice cream shop. Not excited for coffee shop. 😩

We need a Dutch Bros 😁

This is not good news for the struggling coffee shops already in Clearfield.

The sign says Scooters is locally owned. I’m assuming some type of franchise.

What about Sips? What the heck happened with that??

Clearfield City Full disclosure, I do not consider myself well versed in city code or zoning requirements. But I will say, when I drove past the sign announcing the building of Scooter’s, my heart SANK. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to understand the very real harm that this could do to Bean’s Coffee. I have no dog in this fight, but I have been feeling absolutely sick about this. Has anyone on the city council felt the same? You’ve spent some time defending the city, but I’m curious to know if any of the city officials would be willing to share what they’ve done to help PROTECT small businesses like Bean’s. I don’t think anyone is saying you’re doing anything illegal by issuing Scooter’s a business license. But by your own admission, y’all bent over backwards to change several aspects of city code in order to ensure they’re able to build at that location. What I’d like to know, is what was done to protect, fight for, or stand up for a veteran and woman owned business? Did you inform Scooter’s that this may not be the most ethical location for them to build? Did you suggest any other locations to them that were more than a whole two-and-a-half inches from Bean’s? Have y’all discussed how the city could possibly mitigate the damage to Bean’s by offering financial relief in the form of grants, rebates, or tax credits? I know this is a complicated issue. From where I’m sitting, though, it looks like you had a legal and valid reason to not approve Scooter’s business license at that particular location. Why step up and change the rules for a mega coffee chain, instead of doing more for the little guy? I would genuinely love to understand. (P.S. for anyone wondering, a dirty chai latte with SF vanilla from Bean’s is HEAVENLY!! 😍🀀)

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6 days ago
Clearfield City

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Welcome to Clearfield, Officer Beas. πŸ‘Image attachmentImage attachment+1Image attachment

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Welcome and stay safe!

Welcome Officer! Thank you for serving!

Welcome Officer. Salute πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ

Welcome πŸ€—

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Welcome. Be safe and be well.

Welcome

Welcome (:

We are grateful to have him join our team!

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1 week ago
Clearfield City

It's that time of year where you may be asking yourself, "How often should I water my lawn??" πŸ€”

The state currently recommends Davis County residents water ONCE per week, and stop watering on Oct 15th. See the recommendations here πŸ‘‰ www.conservewater.utah.gov/weekly-lawn-watering-guide.

For other helpful water info, check out the tips from our friends Weber Basin Water Conservancy District, Slow the Flow, and Utah Water Savers. πŸ’§
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Its that time of year where you may be asking yourself, How often should I water my lawn?? πŸ€”

The state currently recommends Davis County residents water ONCE per week, and stop watering on Oct 15th. See the recommendations here πŸ‘‰ www.conservewater.utah.gov/weekly-lawn-watering-guide.

For other helpful water info, check out the tips from our friends Weber Basin Water Conservancy District, Slow the Flow, and Utah Water Savers. πŸ’§

3 CommentsComment on Facebook

This is awesome!

How to get your water shut off 101

That’s why more neighbors in the area are turning their yards into rocks.

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