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Business Resources for COVID-19

Click here Business Resources for COVID-19 or copy and paste the link below to learn more about business resources for COVID-19. 

https://millcreek.us/394/COVID-19-Business-Resources 

Become Millcreek’s

 Business of the Month!

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We appreciate and support our local businesses and encourage you to keep them in mind when shopping or looking for services. We ask that you contact each directly to discuss how they are following the COVID-19 social distancing guidelines.

Business of the Month Award sponsored by Granite Credit Union Granite Credit Union

July's Business of the Month


General Marine


General Marine is a small family owned service center located in Millcreek, UT. Our company opened it's doors to the boating industry in April of 2014. The owners Robert and Svjetlana had a vision to start a company that would provide amazing services along with exceptional customer service to people in the boating world. General Marine started out as a small mom & pop shop and has grown into something much more from the help of all of our customers. Our goal every day is to keep boaters safe on the water while making memories with their friends and families.


August's BUSINESS OF THE MONTH

Children's Corner Preschool

Children’s Corner Preschool is a family-owned business that has been in Millcreek for 38 years. Bob and Kathy Whyte started Children’s Corner to ensure their three children would have a safe place to go during the day. It has remained a family business with their two daughters, Jen and Jessie, taking over as directors.

Children’s Corner takes a developmental approach to education, with emphasis on the individual child’s social and emotional needs. The child’s unique abilities are fostered by our teachers, while also introducing new concepts and interests for them to explore. Flexibility in our programming, along with a balance of activities allows for optimal growth in our students.

 Our teachers are all well experienced, with several of them having attended Children’s Corner themselves. This legacy only adds to the family feel we take such in.

We offer preschool for ages 2-5 as well as afternoon kindergarten. We also offer after school care for ages 5-12. In the summer, we offer a great summer camp full of exciting trips and activities.


September's BUSINESS OF THE MONTH


Aviva WomanAviva Woman is a medical spa and hormone clinic located in Millcreek, Utah. Their goal is to empower women to take charge of their emotional, physical, and intimate health by addressing sensitive topics not often discussed in a traditional health clinic and providing a path to treatment that is as unique as she is. Their employees feel will feel a sense of purpose and dedication in knowing how they positively impact the lives of each person that walks into their sanctuary-like clinic.

business council highlights

The Millcreek Business Council is to serve as a voice of the business community to city leaders of Millcreek; to be a liaison between City Hall and the business community; to support the growth and retention of businesses in Millcreek; to assist in the branding and marketing of the Millcreek business community; and to assist local employers with their workforce needs.

Any licensed business in Millcreek is automatically a member of the Business Council, at no additional charge. All interested are invited to participate in the committees or activities of their choice. Meetings are held at City Hall; interested individuals should reach out to the respective committee chairs.

We want to hear from business owners like you as we plan upcoming events and look to help the community.

  1. Open Businesses
  2. Webinars
  3. Meet 'N' Eat
  4. Now Hiring

Millcreek Open Business Promos

Millcreek is sharing a PROMO for open businesses during the crisis! If you want to participate please email businesscouncil@millcreek.us

We hope you are all well and safe!

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