In her final meeting with the Grand County Council, outgoing County Administrator Ruth Dillon honored the 13 supervisors of Grand County departments and operations that she has overseen by reading what they shared as their top accomplishments over the seven years they worked under her at the county.
Southeastern Utah health officials told a room crowded with local business leaders and elected officials Wednesday morning that it is a case of “when” not “if” COVID-19 reaches Grand County.
Members of the Grand County Change in Form of Government Study Committee have completed the yearlong task of drafting an optional plan — and they want to share what they’ve done with residents at two open houses planned for later this month.
Grand County’s 2019 property tax collection rate reached almost 97% and was the highest in at least 34 years, according to Grand County Treasurer Chris Kauffman.
Longtime Grand County Weed Control Supervisor Tim Higgs was presented with the Lifetime Achievement Award from his peers at the Board of the Utah Weed Supervisors Association.
Silver bells and cockleshells and pretty maids all in a row might be how gardens grow in the world of nursery rhymes, but in Moab it takes time, diligence and tender loving care.
Economic data recently compiled by Grand County officials for an update to Moab’s business leaders suggests that the city’s tourism economy has slowed in recent years following more than a decade of unfettered growth and that wage growth has, as it has for years, not kept pace with increasing housing costs.
During a press call Tuesday morning to discuss oil and gas leasing in the Sand Flats Recreation Area that the Bureau of Land Management proposed after two parcels were anonymously nominated for development, Moab Mayor Emily Niehaus called on Utah Gov. Gary Herbert to oppose the proposed leases.
Ravenna grass is now a designated a class IV noxious weed after the Grand County Council unanimously voted to declare it so during its Feb. 4 meeting.
The Grand County Council will send a letter in support of turning the Dalton Wells and Willow Springs area into Utahraptor State Park.
The Grand County Council united in opposition to the Bureau of Land Management’s potential selling of oil and gas leases near the Sand Flats Recreation Area.
Grand and San Juan County businesses will converge next week for the first business summit to bring the two communities together, and the Grand County Division of Community and Economic Development has reeled in some notable figures to speak at the event, including the U.S. Rep. John Curtis (R-Provo) and the Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox.