Historic Preservation Commission

The Tooele City Historical Preservation Commission consists of five members who are residents of Tooele City. Members are appointed by the Mayor with the consent of the City Council. All vacancies on the Commission occasioned by removal, resignation, or otherwise shall be reported to the Mayor, who shall fill such vacancy pursuant to the manner of appointment. These are volunteer positions. Commission members must demonstrate interest, compliance or knowledge in historical preservation.

Some responsibilities of members of the Historical Preservation Commission may include:

  • Survey and Inventory of community historic resources;
  • Review proposed nominations to the National Register of Historic Places;
  • Provide advice and information to public officials regarding identification and protection of local historic and archeological resources;
  • Work toward the continuing education of citizens regarding historic preservation and Tooele City’s history, and;
  • Enforcement of state historical preservation laws.
Detailed information about this commission can be found in City Code 2-7-1.

If you would like additional information or would be interested in serving on the Historical Preservation Commission, please contact the Economic Development Department at 435.843.2169.

More Information:

Board Member Appointed
Richard Trujillo October 24, 2017
Paul Smart December 15, 2021
Albert Bottema December 15, 2021
Ken Spence February 15, 2023
Rebekka Peterson February 15, 2023

Meeting Agendas and Minutes

12/06/23 Regular Meeting Agenda       Minutes       More...
04/10/23 Regular Meeting Agenda       Minutes       Video      
01/18/23 Regular Meeting Agenda       Minutes      

01/06/22 Regular Meeting Minutes      

03/13/19 Public Notices Agenda      

07/05/18 Public Notices Agenda      
03/27/18 Public Notices Agenda       Minutes      

12/19/17 Regular Meeting Minutes