Tuesday, August 4, 2020


Moab, UT

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    Officials: Report lodging violations to the travel council

    Travel council will forward complaints to law enforcement in cases of noncompliance The Moab...

    City planners want hotels to build their own workforce housing

    Current ordinance provides incentives for fees in lieu of housing construction. Work on the Worldmark north of downtown...

    Lionsback Resort: City of Moab seeks help from Utah Supreme Court

    The City of Moab has appealed to the Utah Supreme Court a lower court’s finding that it should...

    State models new campaign on Moab’s Do It Like a Local

    The Moab Area Travel Council’s Do It Like a Local campaign inspired the Utah Office of Tourism to establish a similar program.

    Gizler elected to national travel organization board

    Moab Area Travel Council Executive Director Elaine Gizler.

    County OKs new overnight lodging rules

    Council places 'soft cap' on future development At right, Zacharia Levine Jan. 7 discusses new development standards for overnight lodging projects. See related story. Photo...

    Hundreds appeal to county, city for continued lodging cutback

    Letter: No ‘new projects’ until pending projects are done Amid discussions over lodging regulations...

    New ground rules on horizon for hotel development

    Smaller, prettier, solar-powered Within the next two months, the City of Moab will likely...

    Utah won’t honor out-of-state OHV registration tags

    Effective Jan. 1, 2020, the State of Utah will no longer honor off-highway vehicle registrations from any other states.

    Should downtown Moab extend to the river?

    City attempts to balance growth with sprawl Lodging is Moab’s most lucrative business, and...

    Police: Public overestimates OHV noncompliance

    A recent traffic study of off-highway vehicles by Moab City Police has, at least in its initial phase, yielded results that the “vast majority” of OHVs, according to Police Chief Bret Edge, are in compliance with state regulations that define what make a side-by-side and similar vehicles street legal.

    Travel Council hypes its ‘Do It Like a Moab Local’ campaign

    The Moab Area Travel Council’s Do It Like a Moab Local Town Hall held at Star Hall Oct. 28 was well received, according to Executive Director Elaine Gizler.
    Moab Horses

    Tales of Trails: South Mountain offers 360-degree views

    The La Sal Mountain range is the second highest in Utah, following the Uinta Mountains whose east-west configuration spreads from northern Utah into Wyoming.

    Tales of Trails: Amasa Back’s many challenges

    All you can do is respect the difficulties and accept the small falls as reminders to avoid worse outcomes.

    Tales of Trails: Dominguez Canyon offers wilderness, hikes, history

    Visitors to the Colorado Plateau can freely travel across scenic recreational areas, sometimes wandering in and out...

    Tales of trails: Riding along the edge of town is a dream

    I didn't think I was going to like Pipe Dream when I first moved to Moab, but I was very much wrong.