The City of Moab is an active participant in Open Utah. Open Utah promotes transparency and access of information for all state and local government entities.
You can access the Open Utah website to view Moab City information and request records.
Request a City Record
Anyone can request a record directly from the City of Moab through the Government Records Access Management Act (GRAMA). Requests for records can be made online or by mail or in person at our offices: 217 East Center Street, Moab, Utah 84532. You may also call our office for more information at: (435) 259-2683.
All records requests are processed within ten business days. Fees may apply.
Search the City's public records through our City Archives/Public Records Portal. You can access City Council minutes back to 1902, along with City Council and Planning Commission Agendas, Packets and Resolutions and Ordinances. Also Plans and Studies and City Audits. Don't see a document you're looking for? Let us know and we can add it to the Online Archives.
The City of Moab strives to maintain a transparent government environment for our citizens. We classify all city records in accordance with the Government Records Access Management Act (GRAMA) and we post all city financial transactions to the Transparent Utah Website.
City Council/Planning Commission Meetings
The City Council and City Planning Commission generally meet twice per month. All meeting agendas are posted in accordance with the Utah Open and Public Meetings Act. You can subscribe to receive all Moab City public meeting agendas. Watch Moab City Council and Planning Commission meetings in real time through our LIVE STREAMING service on the Moab City YouTube Channel.
You can subscribe to any public meeting in Utah through the Utah Public Notice Website The proceedings from public meetings are available as minutes within 30 days of the meeting. All Resolutions and Ordinances passed or adopted by the governing body are also available within 30 days of the meeting. Visit our Agenda Center to search City Council or Planning Commission Meetings.