Springdale Historic Preservation Commission

The Town of Springdale recognizes that the historical heritage of the community is among its most valued and important assets. The purpose of the Springdale Historic Preservation Commission is to identify, preserve, protect, and enhance historic buildings, structures, sites, and objects in Springdale. The Commission generally meets the fourth Monday of each month.  A 2019 meeting schedule is available and the public is always welcome to attend.

​Mission Statement

To inspire an appreciation of Springdale heritage through honoring and preserving its cultural and unique history.

Agendas & Minutes


Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
View Most Recent Agendas and Minutes

Members


  • Lila Moss, Chairman
  • Michelle Giardina, Co-Chair
  • Jeff Carlson
  • Janet Hollis
  • Mavis Madsen

Historic Irrigation Ditches: Salvaged Stone Project


The Springdale Historic Preservation Commission has been tasked with being the keepers of the historic stone salvaged from the irrigation ditches during the 2018 UDOT SR-9 reconstruction project. The Commission is taking requests from anyone wishing to re-purpose the stone as a way to honor the hard work and dedication of the people who helped build Springdale's original infrastructure.

The Commission will review requests to use the stone and pass along recommendations to the Town Council for final approval. Interested parties should complete the Historic Ditch Stone Use Request Form and return to Tom Dansie, Director of Community Development at dcd@infowest.com.

Click here for conditions of use and the approval process.

Interested in serving on the Commission, or have questions?  Please call Town Hall at 435-772-3434.