Enoch (Utah) City Council minutes
These records are housed in the Utah State Archives' permanent storage room.
An agency history is available.
Scope and Content
The Enoch city council is responsible for exercising the community's legislative and executive powers (see Utah Code, Unannotated, 1992, 10-3-101). Council minutes summarize the discussion of issues before the council and describe the activities of council members and actions taken by the council. Minutes identify the place and time of meeting and name those present. The council, which meets twice monthly, is responsible for all aspects of city management, such as appointing city officials and setting their salaries, levying taxes and managing city finances, maintaining public services and utilities, and regulating activity within the city. Enoch was originally incorporated (1966) to facilitate the establishment of a municipal water system in several very small communities. Maintaining municipal water has been a significant point of city council discussion. Community clean up, including trash pick up, and animal control have also been ongoing concerns of the council. Enoch, traditionally a rural area just north of Cedar City, sustained significant growth during the 1980s and 1990s because of subdivision development. The city council has accommodated this growth by expanding municipal services, by expanding roads and installing appropriate traffic signs, and by annexing subdivisions. The city council has established and maintained parks and hiking trails at Old Enoch Park and Old Spanish Trail, where the trail of Father Escalante passes through Enoch. In 1998 the city council adopted an official city logo.
Chronological by date.
Each set of minutes also includes an agenda and a sign in sheet on which all attendees wrote their name and address. Sections of board of adjustment minutes interrupt the city council minutes at the end of 1988 and 1991.
Codified ordinances from Enoch (Utah), Series 23604, contain the published ordinances enacted by the city council.
General plan committees minutes from Enoch (Utah), Series 23609, document some activities of committees organized by the city council to create a general plan.
Planning and zoning commission minutes from Enoch (Utah), Series 23610, contain minutes of the planning commission, which works closely with the city council.
Board of adjustment minutes from Enoch (Utah), Series 23611, contain information about zoning issues.
This series is classified as Public.
Cite the Utah State Archives and Records Service, the creating agency name, the series title, and the series number.
Gaps in Series
This series contains no minutes from January 1966, when Enoch was incorporated, to March 1973.
Enoch city council minutes were microfilmed at Southern Utah University under the direction of Utah State Archives in July 2001 and processed by Rosemary Cundiff in September 2001.
- Municipal government—Enoch (Utah).
- Budget—Enoch (Utah).
- City planning—Enoch (Utah).
- Enoch (Utah)—Politics and government.
- Enoch (Utah)—Appropriations and expenditures.
- Enoch (Utah)—Officials and employees.
- Enoch (Utah)—Refuse and refuse disposal.
- Enoch (Utah)—Water-supply.
|1||1973 Mar-1985 Dec|
|2||city council minutes; 1986 Jan-1988 Dec|
|2||board of adjustment minutes; 1985 Apr-1988 Dec|
|2||city council minutes; 1989 Jan-1991 Dec|
|2||board of adjustment minutes; 1989 Jan-1990 May|
|2||city council minutes; 1992 Jan-1993 Dec|
|3||1994 Jan-1998 Sep|
|4||1998 Oct-2000 Dec|