Mendon is located in Northern Utah’s beautiful Cache Valley. Mendon was established in the Cache Valley, following the peaceful conclusion of the so called “Utah War” of 1858. As the second community to be founded in Cache County, she was for a long time the gateway into the Cache Valley. The majority of the pioneers entering Cache Valley during this time, would do so over the low divide, just north of Mendon proper. Mendon was at first referred to as the “North Settlement,” in those early times, being north of Maughan’s Fort. The name of North Settlement was used until December 19, 1859 when Apostle Ezra T. Benson of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, named her Mendon.
MENDON CITY OFFICE
15 N MAIN
City Office Hours (Beginning June 1st)
Tuesday 1:00 – 4:00 PM and 5:30 – 7:00 PM
Thursday 1:00 – 4:00 PM and 5:30 – 7:00 PM
*For assistance outside office hours, call 435-753-3449.
Library Hours are listed under the Library tab at the top of the webpage.
Planning and Zoning Meeting on Wednesday, October 14th, 6:00 PM
Agenda TBD (To have an item addressed on the P&Z agenda, please email firstname.lastname@example.org at least two weeks in advance of the meeting.)
City Council Meeting on Thursday, November 12th, at 6:00 PM
If you wish to attend email email@example.com before 12:00 noon on Wednesday, October 7th. To receive instructions on how to attend the City Council Meeting.
Agenda TBD (To have an item addressed on the City Council agenda, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 435-753-3449 at least one week prior to the meeting.)
Planning and Zoning meetings are held monthly, each 2nd Wednesday at 6:00 PM at the Mendon City Hall. Please email email@example.com for further information.
City Council meetings are held monthly, each 2nd Thursday at 6PM at the Mendon City Hall. Please call 753-3449 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
Agendas are posted on the Utah Public Notice website, at the post office, city office and in the Herald Journal prior to the meeting. No meetings are held in December.
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State law and Mendon City ordinance requires that dogs be licensed annually. Complete the Mendon City Dog License Application. (See link below)
Then submit the following to Mendon City (in an envelope):
- The completed dog license application
- A copy of proof of rabies vaccination
- Payment ($5 for a spayed/neutered dog or $10 for an intact dog).
- If after April 15th, the fees are double.
- Please be aware that after August 1st of each year a list of unlicensed dogs will be turned over to Cache County Animal Control Officer.
- You can submit your application in one of three ways:
- Place your envelope (addressed to Mendon City, Attn: Dog License Application) in the Water Drop Box on the Northwest side of the Mendon Fire Station (30 East 100 North). Your tags will be mailed to you.
- Mail it to Mendon City Corporation, Attn: Dog License Application, PO Box 70, Mendon, UT 84325. Your tags will be mailed to you.
- Come to the City Office during office hours. Office hours are Tuesdays or Thursdays from 5:30-7:00 pm.
If you have questions, call or text (435) 753-3449.
If you have five or more dogs over the age of four months you must also pay a kennel fee of $40 in addition to the regular dog license fees listed above.
Any concern about code violations pertaining to dogs, please contact Cache County Animal Control at 435-753-7555. If a dog is found with a current Mendon City tag, please contact the city office at 435-753-3449 to obtain the owner’s contact information.
TEMPORARY MORATORIUM ON SUBDIVISIONS
ORDINANCE NO. 2020–01
AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING A MORATORIUM ON SUBDIVISION APPLICATIONS WITHIN THE LIMITS OF MENDON CITY.
WHEREAS, the City Council has found that the existing ordinances that govern subdivisions and development within the City are antiquated and inadequate to protect the health, safety, and welfare of the City’s residents;
WHEREAS, the City Council has determined and found that there is a compelling countervailing public interest in updating and revising the antiquated and inadequate subdivision and zoning ordinances that warrants an immediate cessation of subdivision applications until such time as the City can update its subdivision and zoning codes; and
WHEREAS, the City Council wishes to impose a six-month moratorium on subdivision applications and any land use applications related to subdivisions to allow time for adequate master planning and a comprehensive review and revision of the applicable ordinances.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED, by the Council of Mendon City, Cache County, State of Utah, as follows:
- The subdivision and development of any real property located within the limits of Mendon City is hereby temporarily prohibited, and a moratorium on the filing and approving of any application for a subdivision of any kind is hereby imposed.
- The moratorium established by this Ordinance shall apply to all applications for a subdivision filed before or after the date of adoption of this Ordinance.
- The moratorium shall be in effect for a period of six months from the date this Ordinance is adopted by the City Council.
- This Ordinance shall become effective immediately upon publication or posting as set forth by State law.
Single Family Home Application
In order to apply for a single family home construction, complete the following form and submit the application and required documents to the secretary of the Planning and Zoning one week prior to the P&Z meeting. Email email@example.com for information. Single Family Building Plan
Cross Connection Public Awareness
Ed Buist – Mayor
Elected in November of 2009. Began first term in January 2010. Lifelong Mendon City resident. As were my parents. As were their parents. Love sports. Especially USU. The Jazz. The Dolphins. The Dodgers. The Yankees. I enjoy serving the city. Learning new things and forming new relationships is fun. Happy for the opportunity to share what talents I have with the community