Notice of Public Hearing – General Plan 10/11/23: HONEYVILLE CITY   NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING HONEYVILLE CITY GENERAL PLAN   In accordance with Utah State Code 10-9a-204, Honeyville hereby gives notice of a public hearing to modify and possibly recommend adoption of the proposed Honeyville City General Plan. The draft plan addresses long-range planning for the entire community. The proposed amendments include comprehensive updates to existing city plans and policy for growth and development within, and around, Honeyville. The plan considers land use, housing, transportation, and capital investment issues within the political boundaries and proposed annexation areas of Honeyville City. The draft general plan can be downloaded from: and/or by contacting Mike Hansen with Rural Community Consultants, [email protected], (801)550-5075. For more information, and to provide comment, please plan to attend the Public Hearing on the draft General Plan in the regularly scheduled City Council Meeting on Wednesday, October 11, 2023, at 7:00 pm at Honeyville City Hall located at: 2635 W 6980 N, Honeyville, UT 84314.       _____________________________________________ Brittiny Chlarson Honeyville City Recorder Posted this 29th day of September, 2023


Abandoned, Wrecked or Junk Vehicles Not Allowed


Please be aware that Abandoned, Wrecked or Junk Vehicles are NOT allowed within the City according to Honeyville City Code.


  1. Abandoned Vehicles Prohibited: It shall be unlawful to park or permit the parking of any licensed or unlicensed motor vehicle or parts thereof in an abandoned condition upon any public or private property within the city except as follows:

    1. In any residential or agricultural zone, two (2) or less such vehicles or parts thereof may be stored in a building or within a rear yard; or

    2. In a commercial or industrial zone, any number of such vehicles or parts thereof may be permitted if:

      1. Such use is authorized in the zone where the use is located, and

      2. Vehicles and parts thereof are stored within a building or are completely screened by a six foot (6′) high opaque, sight obscuring fence.

    3. Nuisance: The accumulation and storage of more than the permitted number of vehicles or parts thereof on private or public property except as set forth above shall constitute a nuisance, detrimental to the health, safety, and welfare of the inhabitants of the city. It shall be the duty of the owner of such vehicle or parts thereof, or lessee, or other person in possession of private property upon which such vehicle or parts thereof is located, to remove the same from such property.