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Posted on: September 13, 2019

What Does Moab's Dark Sky Initiative Mean For You?

Dark Skies BUG

On August 13, the City of Moab passed a Dark Sky ordinance to protect the health of community members, visitors, and wildlife. Light pollution, defined as light where it is not wanted or needed, affects our health, the environment, wildlife, and our abili...

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Posted on: August 13, 2019

City Primary Election Official Results

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Official 2019 Primary Election Results

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Posted on: August 6, 2019

Temporary Traffic Control Changes to Begin on Uranium Avenue, 100 East on Aug. 13

Uranium Avenue-100 East Temporary Travel Changes -Updated-for website

      As construction is scheduled to begin on the new Grand County Middle School on 100 East and the Radcliffe Hotel on Uranium Avenue, traffic control measures will be put in place this week to ensure the safety of drivers, pe...

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Posted on: October 30, 2018

Parks & Recreation

Western Collared Lizard looking up

The City Parks Department takes pride in the city's beautiful and scenic parks and trail-way system. Our goal is to enhance and beautify the city's green spaces so that those who use our parks and trails will have a positive and memorable experience.

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Posted on: October 30, 2018

Local Climate

Opuntia with red fruits on a background of rocky desert

The desert is a land of extreme and Moab's temperature range attests to that. Temperatures have been reported as high as 113 degrees and as low as -25 degrees Fahrenheit.

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Posted on: June 25, 2019

City Announces 2019 Fireworks Restrictions

City of Moab Fireworks Restrictions 2019-Website

Due to dry conditions and the enhanced risk of fire, the City of Moab has banned the use of all fireworks on parkways, public trails and pedestrian paths within City limits as well as over or within 200 feet of Pack Creek or Mill Creek and within 20 feet ...

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