It is the end of the year and here is the final tally for Annexations in 2017. The total number of Annexations and Disconnections processed this year is on par with last year at 89.
We have another new city down in Iron County, Cedar Highlands, on the east side of Cedar City in the foothills.
The county with the most changes is Utah County again. The City with the most is a tie, both American Fork and Layton had 7.
Thanks to all the City and County personal who are responsible for this work.
Another reminder the 2020 Census will be coming up soon so it’s a good time to review your data and get any missing areas included. We will be submitting data to Census BAS program again early in the new year. They like to see documentation of some kind for all areas included.
Current data can be downloaded from the State, County, and Municipal Boundaries data page or you can contact us for more information. Comments, questions, compliments, or concerns can be directed to Mike Heagin from AGRC at MHeagin@utah.gov or 385-401-9667.
Below are the changes and annexations since September 5th, 2017, listed by County and City:
|County||City||Number of Changes|
|Iron||Cedar Highland Incorporation||1|