Proposition 2

Ordinance 2018-15 to rezone approximately 1,444 acres of land near Lake Point and Stansbury Park, Utah. Proposition 2 entails rezoning agricultural acreage, multi-use acreage and rural residential acres to planned community zoning.

Are You A Voter

While your participation in every election is important, making your vote count to halt Prop 2 will greatly affect your future and the natural, undeveloped beauty of our community. Simply click below to register to vote, update your voter information or learn about voting by mail.

Effects of Rezoning

Having been presented with one-sided evaluations of the effects Prop 2 will have on our community, it is important to publicize the negative elements that will forever effect our everyday lives. Rezoning will affect real estate values, public education and transportation.

Our Mission

Educate the voters

On Jan. 24th, 2019 we were notified by Marilyn Gillette, Tooele County Clerk, that we had provided the required number of signatures to certify the petition. The referendum would be on the 2020 general election ballot! This website attempts to provide you with the necessary information to make an educated decision on the issue.

Spread our word

We are a grassroots organization dedicated to preservig our quality of life in Tooele County, We believe that our community can grow without losing its unique character.


Because citizens were concerned with the addition of 4,710 residences planned for Lake Point, they added their names to the referendum in 2018. The required number was met and we will be voting in 2020. Thank you Tooele County residents for standing up and demanding a say in your future. But that was only the first hurdle. We need to keep this story in people's minds. And remember to cast your vote in the 2020 election. Vote AGAINST Prop. 2 (Kennecott Adobe Rock Ranch).

On October 30, 2018, the Tooele County Commission passed Ordinance 2018-15 to rezone approximately 1,444 acres of land located near Stansbury Park and Lake Point from A-20 (agricultural 20 acres), M-D (manufacturing distribution), MU-40 (multi-use acres), and RR-1 (rural residential 1 acres lot) to P-C (Planned Community Zone) as defined by Tooele County Land Use Ordinance 31-1, et seq., specifically sections 31-3, 5 and 6.


Donna Phillips

You Can Be A Part Of the solution

Stay informed/Get Involved It's hard to get involved without being informed first. Read the information provide on our website as well as other local sites. The local newspaper is a a good source of information regarding the Planning Commission as well as the County Commission meetings. Check The Tooele County Government website for the agenda and minutes.

Rezoning Issues

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Water Shortage
Property Values
Community Resources

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