East Carbon City Draft Ordinance

Below are a collection of the final draft documents that the East Carbon City Planning Commission has completed.  You are welcome to view and comment on them.  A paper copy of each chapter below is also available at East Carbon City Hall. It is advised that if you have an interest in these documents that you attend the planning commission meetings to voice your input.  Contact East Carbon City for meeting times and dates at 435-888-6613

Please be advised that these documents are not approved yet by east carbon city and these represent The Final drafts of what may be approved after the public hearing held with the Planning commission and the following city council meeting, where the council will chose to adopt them, amend them or reject them.  The official copies of these drafts are the property of East Carbon City.  Only the official copies will be viewed by The Planning Commission when making changes, when they are put forth for a Public Hearing and when they are brought before the City council for potential approval.

Draft Zoning Ordinance Documents East Carbon City

Transportation Planning News & Outreach

Regional Transportation News

A new bus line will soon offer free transportation along 18 stops between Old Spanish Trail Arena and Lions Park. The bus will run along Main Street, operating from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m., seven days a week in Moab, Utah.

Read more:Moab Times-Independent – Moab People Mover to offer free transport through town

Bus tour photo

What Do You Feel Are Transportation Needs For Southeast Utah

Transportation is a vital need no matter where we are.  Each of us would love to have each of our transportation needs met.

The purpose of this post is to gain some feedback from the public on what you feel are the transportation needs for Southeast Utah (namely Carbon, Emery, Grand and San Juan Counties). These needs may range from; more buses and vans for elderly or disabled individuals to get to and from non-emergency medical appointments, or transportation for people with low incomes to get to and from work, a fixed route bus system to serve the more densely populated areas, or any other transit related issue.

Share what you feel are transit needs for the area below.

Also you can share your thoughts and ideas about the new free bus system in Moab

CIB Meeting News

The Permanent Community Impact Fund Board (CIB) holds monthly meetings to prioritize applications for funding.  During the months of February, June and October the CIB funds prioritized projects. Below  are links to the most recent meeting agendas.  Also below is a button that links to the boards annual report.  This report shows mineral lease revenues and projects awarded for the past 5 years. This post will be updated to show how events proceeded during the posted meetings.