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Henefer Utah

Located on the historic Mormon Pioneer Trail...


Henefer is located in Summit County with a population of about 720 people.  The Town of Henefer was incorporated in 1938, and is the only incorporated town on the Mormon Pioneer Trail.  The Pony Express route also runs through Henefer.
 
Henefer has a Mayor, Council form of government with 5 elected officials.  Meetings are held on the first Tuesday of each month.
 
Each Year Henefer hosts a Fourth of July Celebration.  It starts at 7:00 a.m. with a 5K race, and bike-a-thon.  Breakfast is served at 8:00.  The day continues with local entertainment, games for kids ,young adults and adults.  Ten cent ice cream cones are served.  A parade is held down Main Street in the afternoon and in the evening dinner and entertainment is available.  The day ends with a fireworks presentation. 
 
Welcome to Henefer!
 
 

                                            

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN OF A REGULAR MEETING OF THE HENEFER TOWN COUNCIL

HENEFER TOWN OFFICE

150 W CENTER STREET

HENEFER, UT 84033

February 6, 2024

7:00 P.M.

 

 

PRAYER:

PLEDGE:

 

DISCUSSION:

 

Carry over items from the January meeting

 

Public Comment

 

Ryker Snyder – Business License for R Snyd Welding

 

Discussion of Planning Commission member appointments

 

Open Meeting Training Verification

 

ACTION:

 

Review of January 2, 2024 Meeting minutes

 

Mason Kjar – Legal Counsel Training

 

CLOSED STRATEGY SESSION (NO ACTION TAKEN)

Discussion of document, negotiations, and actions related to completing a transaction for the purchase, exchange, or lease of real property interests on the best possible terms. See UCA 52-4-205(1)(d).

 

Vote on Secondary Water Easement Agreements and Accompanying Documents ( Stevens Parcel and Weber Crossing LLC Parcel).

 

REPORTS BY COUNCIL MEMBERS/STAFF:

                                                                                               

Robin K. Riches – Parks                                                 

Casey R. Ovard – Water and Sewer Utilities                          Mayor Kay H. Richins – Streets

Detton L Fawcett – Water and Sewer Utilities                        Ty Bailey

Steven Dallin - Cemetery