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OHV Ordinance & Trail System. OHVs banned from the City. Survey the residents Propose OHV Ordinance Propose OHV Trail System. 681 responses 88% response rate. May 2, 2000. NOW. May 2, 2006. May 1, 2007. April 19, 2005. April 1, 2008. May 20, 2008. May 15, 2007. June 17, 2008.

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    1. OHV Ordinance & Trail System

    2. OHVs banned from the City Survey the residents Propose OHV Ordinance Propose OHV Trail System 681 responses 88% response rate May 2, 2000 NOW May 2, 2006 May 1, 2007 April 19, 2005 April 1, 2008 May 20, 2008 May 15, 2007 June 17, 2008 October 7, 2008 September 7, 2005 September 21,2005 February 20, 2007 November 1, 2005 Dates when OHVs were discussed to City Council History

    3. Ordinance Recommendations • Must be licensed driver (16 yrs. old +) • Excluded Public Roads • SR-73 • Ranches Parkway • Eagle Mountain Boulevard (West portion of roundabout) • Pony Express Parkway • General Requirements vs. Street Legal • Vehicle Registration • functional brakes • Noise control device • Headlights & tail lights • Approved OHVs: • All-terrain Type I&II: (ATVs & Side-by-sides) • Motorcycles (dirt bike)

    4. Increased illegal use • Recreationist • Hunters • Trails increased by 40% • EMC = 3rd largest geographically • 52.78 sq. miles (33,779.20) • People will use (1)public (2) private and (3) undeveloped lands to have fun. • Our only choice is whether that fun will occur in a managed setting, • or and unmanaged setting Purpose

    5. The 4 E’s • Engineering • Vision: A vision w/o action is a daydream, but action w/o a vision is a nightmare • Signage, maintenance, equipment, rakes, trail-cat • Education • Proper mapping • Help riders understand where they are/aren’t allowed • Improves experience, increases sense of security • Feel comfortable that they are in right place doing the right thing • Kiosks & website information • Helps set riders expectation and reduces conflict • Enforcement • The More effective Engineering and Education = Less Enforcement issues • Increased ‘Agency Visibility’ will increase compliance • Reducing vandalism and increased sense of visitor security • Evaluation • Asking: What is really happening ? Environmental Protection

    6. The following stakeholders were contacted to discuss the • OHV Trail System: OHV Stakeholder • UTMA (Utah Trail Machine association) – President, Paul Edmunds • OHV Advisory Council (prior) – Evans Doug Page • NOHVCC- • Karen Umphress-IT/Project Manager • Heidi Annau- Great Falls Office • State of Utah – OHV Project Manager • Ride with Respect • Program Director-Clif Koontz Stakeholders Property Land Owners • BLM • STLA • Scott Kirkland • Monitor Finance/Capital First • Grant Smith/Cedar Valley Farms/Jim Smith • Bill Turnbull • Lucile Evans/Guy Evans • Utah County-Public Works Director/Engineer, Richard Nielson • Kern River Gas • Rock Mountain Power

    7. Natural Fire Break