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Survey Monument Replacement and Restoration County Grant Program

Author · Jessie Pechmann
Published · Jan 27, 2016
Last modified · Mar 20, 2024
Category · Surveyor
Read time · 1 min

The 2015 Utah Legislative General Session passed Senate Bill 264, which established the Monument Replacement and Restoration Committee (MRRC), as well as funding to establish a County grant program to preserve public land survey monuments (UCA 63F-1-510, opens in a new tab). The committee began meeting in September, and is now accepting grant applications to restore survey monuments until February 16, 2016.

A county wishing to submit an application to the Committee that meets the following requirements:

  • Identifies one or more monuments in the county that are in need of protection or rehabilitation.
  • Establishes a plan that is consistent with federal law or rule to protect or rehabilitate each monument.
  • Requests a specific amount of funding to complete the plan.

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