Cedar City (Utah) Board of adjustment minutes
These records are housed in the Utah State Archives' permanent storage room.
An agency history is available.
Scope and Content
The board of adjustment meets monthly to consider appeals to Cedar City zoning decisions and to hear petitions for variances or special exceptions to zoning specifications (Utah Code Annotated, 10-9-103(1), 1997). The board consists of five members and alternate members as the chief executive officer considers appropriate (UCA 10-9-701(2)(a) 1997). In the minutes the secretary summarizes considerations brought before the board. The majority of requests are for variances to home occupation, such as home owner requests to operate commercial activities from their homes. The secretary reports the date and time of meeting, the names of those present, and records the board's decision on each consideration. When voting is not unanimous the minutes report who voted for and against. Beginning in 1994 the minutes begin to include some home inspection reports.
Codified ordinances from Cedar City (Utah), Series 23573, are evaluated by the board when making decisions about special exceptions or variances to ordinances.
Planning commission minutes from Cedar City (Utah), Series 23574, discuss similar issues because the planning commission supervises the activities of the board of adjustment.
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.
The minutes for the board of adjustment were microfilmed at Southern Utah University under the direction of Utah State Archives in April 2001 and processed by Rosemary Cundiff in July 2001.
Other: The beginning of the reel contains a list of considerations brought before the board 1993-1995. This list includes the date, type of request, and name of the requesting party. A similar list is repeated for Nov 1993-Dec 1994 between the minutes of October and November 1993.
- Cedar City (Utah)—Zoning.
- Cedar City (Utah)—Land use—Law and legislation.
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