Historic Preservation

Adopting a local preservation ordinance, appointing a preservation commission, and designating historic resources is one of the best ways for Eureka City to protect the historic character of its buildings, neighborhoods, and landmarks from inappropriate alterations, incompatible new construction, as well as outright demolition.  For additional questions about the Historic Preservation Commission, feel free to give us a call or contact Eureka City Council Member Allen Hortt Carter .  We will gladly assist you. 
The Tintic Historical Society offers museum tours and information about Eureka and the Tintic Mining District. For more information feel free to contact the Tintic Historical Society Vice President Ferrel Thomas or Warren Holman, June and Colleen McNulty, and Mayor Nick Castleton. Anyone interested in joining the Tintic Historical Society please contact Ferrel Thomas (see information below) 
Tintic Historical Society meetings are held every 1st Thursday of the month.
Location: Eureka City Office, 15 North Church St, Eureka, Utah 84628
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Museum Hours: Wednesday, Friday, Saturday from noon to 4:00 p.m. to schedule a different day please contact Ferrel Thomas at 435-433-1020
To view an online presentation on the Tintic Mining District, click on the following link: Tintic Mining District

Contact Info

Allen Hortt Carter
Eureka City Council/Historic Preservation

Tintic Mining Museum
241 W Main

Ferrel Thomas
Vice President
Tintic Historical Society

Warren Holman
Tintic Historical Society

Nick Castleton Mayor
Tintic Historical Society