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Cleveland is a clean, friendly community that retains its safe, small Town feel and charm. The citizens of Cleveland envision a family friendly Town that is unified, rich in heritage and cultural diversity, which provides economic opportunities, quality education and a healthy environment to all.
The Town of Cleveland was named in honor of President Grover Cleveland. In 1884-85 Henery A. Oviatt, Samual N. Alger, Jacob Johnson, John Eden, Robert T. Litster and Martin Mortensen took up homesteads in spite of the great handicap they faced in the matter of water.
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Notice of Cancelation of Election


Pursuant to Utah Code 20A-1-206, the Cleveland Town municipal election has been cancelled.   The number of municipal officer candidates, including any eligible write-in candidates, for the at-large municipal offices, does not exceed the number of open at-large municipal offices for which the candidates have filed.


On September 14, 2017 the Cleveland Town Council adopted Resolution no.09142017 canceling the Cleveland Town November 7, 2017 municipal election and certifying the following:


There are three candidates for three at-large town council seats

There is one candidate for one at-large mayoral seat

There are no municipal ballot propositions.


The following candidates are considered to be elected to office:

Michael Taylor, mayor

Kallon Cowley, four year council seat

Brydi Sharp, two year council seat

Kristen Vose, four year council seat



Published in the ETV 10 newspaper on September 27 and October 4, 2017



Marvin and Colleen Jensen have been happily married for 61 years and have lived in Cleveland for 58 of those years.  They have three children, eight grandchildren and twelve great-grandchildren.  Marvin started his own business, Jensen Masonry in 1960 where he did brickwork all over Utah but most of it in Emery and Carbon counties.  He retired in 2005.  Marvin and Colleen love living in Cleveland with their family and friends surrounding them.  They make Cleveland Town a better place to live.  Cleveland Town would like to thank them for their commitment to their community and thanks them for being this year's honored citizens.

                                               "14 miles from extinction"