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City Council

Council Members:

Mayor Brian Wall
Councilman Ryan Farnworth
Councilman Scott Hansen
Councilman Jim Lundberg
Councilman Mike Nelson
Councilman Jonathan Reid
     
Mayor
Brian Wall

 
      
Scott Hansen

 

Jonathan ReidRyan Farnworth

 

Jim
Lundberg

 

Mike
Nelson

 

Click here to view the City Council Member assignments

Mapleton Vision Statement

We are a unique community retaining a peaceful, country atmosphere through rural master planning.

  • We are citizens who participate in deciding matters that affect us, help our neighbors, and, when necessary, subordinate self-interests for the good of all.

  • Preserve the beauty of our community and surroundings.

  • Promote family values and community effort in order to maintain safe and friendly neighborhoods.

  • Have well-planned, accessible, open areas.

  • Encourage economic development as it harmonizes with our community lifestyle.

Because we hold true to these principles, our community offers a quality lifestyle for a family environment.  In summary, We have controlled growth with community input.

We Encourage:

  • Family-oriented activities and facilities.

  • Clean air and water.

  • Preserving and planting trees.

  • Gross density planning.

  • Preserving animal rights.

  • Pooling and sharing resources, facilities, and ideas with other communities.

  • Maintaining our own police, fire, and emergency services.

  • Aesthetic building and style codes for industrial and commercial areas.

  • A general vote on issues with city-wide impact.

  • Volunteerism.

  • Preserving the beauty of Maple Mountain.

  • Agriculture, parks, green spaces, trails and paths to accommodate walking, horseback riding and bicycling.

We Discourage:

  • Growth at the cost of: open space, neighborhood privacy, health and safety, and ability to provide service.

  • Dense road grids.

  • High density housing.

  • Development on the mountainsides.

City Council Links

2014 Meeting Schedule

Meeting Agendas, Staff Reports and Minutes

Assignments

Mapleton City Code

 

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