Moab Area Real Estate Magazine – December 2022-February 2023

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Great Employee Housing Opportunity MLS#1843035 | $875,000 Moab Realty (See page 47) Adventure Base with RV Parking MLS#1852594 | $695,000 Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices (See page 21) Perfectly Situated with Red Rock Views MLS#1838441 | $1,150,000 Summit Sotheby’s International Realty (See page 36) Inside… Real estate listings | County’s newest commissioners | Local craftspeople | Light Parade MAGAZINE MOAB AREA FREE! Volume 6, Issue 11 Season of lights DECEMBER 2022–FEBRUARY 2023
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MOAB AREA REAL ESTATE MAGAZINE December 2022–February 2023 3 Table of Contents DECEMBER 2022–FEBRUARY 2023 Publisher, Editor: Andrew Mirrington Graphic design: Kristal Franklin Advertising sales: Andrew Mirrington Contributors: Rachel Fixsen, Sharon Sullivan Photographer: Murice D. Miller Contributing editor: Julia Myers Proofreader: John Mirrington Distribution: Hand & Heart Services Bookkeeping: Joanna Mirrington, Collette Coronella Printing: Publication Printers Moab Area Real Estate Magazine is published by AJM Media, LLC P.O. Box 1328, Moab, UT 84532 • (303) 817-7569 andrewmirrington@gmail.com MAGAZINE MOAB AREA Features: 10 The new Grand County commissioners 30 They’re crafty: Meet four local makers 40 Moab’s Electric Light Parade 46 Directory of local information Real Estate Listings: 4 Presidio Anasazi Realty Moab 14 Arches Real Estate Group 16 Moab Premier Properties 20 Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices 34 Summit Sotheby’s International Realty 47 Moab Realty Top: Grand County Commission members Mary McGann, Bill Winfield and Mike McCurdy. [Courtesy photos] Middle: Annie Dalton working with clay in her studio. [Courtesy photo] Bottom: A scene from The Moab Chamber of Commerce’s 2022 Electric Light Parade. [Photo by Zak Hazlett] Magazine front cover: Holiday lights adorn the Moab Arts and Recreation Center in December. [Photo by Andrew Mirrington] 10 40 30

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CORNER LOT on Main Street in downtown Green River. Prime commercial location. This building has been used for a range of commercial purposes. There are 4 large rooms in addition to a full kitchen, bathroom & shower room. 2 car carport & storage rooms. $350,000. (#1748563) CALL AARON

FREE STANDING, hard-to-find, retail/ commercial opportunity for both sale & profit. This subject property is a retail/commercial property totaling 14,490 sq.ft. NRA located on a 1.60 acre site in South Ogden Utah. $6,625,000. CALL RANDY

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Meet the commissioners!

GRAND COUNTY’S NEWLY ELECTED REPRESENTATIVES

THE MOAB AREA REAL ESTATE MAGAZINE SPOKE WITH THE THREE NEWLY ELECTED GRAND COUNTY COMMISSIONERS TO GIVE READERS AN IDEA OF THEIR BACKGROUNDS AND WHERE THEY STAND ON SOME OF THE COUNTY’S TOP ISSUES. MARY MCGANN WAS RE-ELECTED AS COMMISSIONER AT-LARGE, AND BILL WINFIELD AND MIKE MCCURDY WERE EACH ELECTED AS COMMISSIONERS REPRESENTING DISTRICTS AT-LARGE AND 5, RESPECTIVELY.

All photos courtesy of the individual commissioners.

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Mary McGann

McGann grew up in Moab after her family moved here when she was in kindergarten. She left town at 18 to attend college, and returned to Moab when she was 30 to teach kindergarten through 12th grades, including special edu cation. She’s married, the mother of four, and grandmother of eight children.

McGann remembers her father telling her that “running for office without an agenda is a great way to serve your community.” “I grew up in a family that believed in being politically active,” she says. “My father served on Moab City Council and my mom served on the Grand County Commission. So, at a young age I knew when the time allowed, I would serve the public in some form.”

McGann first ran for Grand County Com mission eight years ago and won. In January, she will begin her third and what she says will be her final term as a county commissioner.

Though she loves “working hard to improve the situation for community members,” she does not enjoy campaigning, she says.

A couple of projects she’s worked on and is particularly proud of include the des ignation of Utahraptor State Park by state legislators in 2021, and the removal of radioactive uranium mill tailings from the banks of the Colorado River in Moab.

“We were able to increase funds for the Uranium Mill Tailings Remedial Action proj ect,” she says. “I want to be there when the last trainload of tailings is shipped (from Moab) to Crescent Junction (the permanent disposal site).”

McGann also wants to see to completion the Arroyo Crossing project – a lower-in come housing development of 300 homes. Some of the housing will be apartments to rent, while other homes will be available to purchase. It’s a unique concept, she says, where the dwellings will be built on landtrust property that was donated by a local philanthropist with the stipulation that it could only be used for affordable housing. Homebuyers will own the deed-restricted houses, but not the land.

“It’s exciting, it’s unique in the nation,” McGann says. Several local nonprofit orga nizations will participate in building the Arroyo Crossing housing project.

As a commissioner, McGann has also addressed housing by working on the high density overlay ordinance which requires

80% of properties within an included lot be sold to people who live and work in Moab 12 months of the year. This would make the homes afford able to people who keep the community going – teachers, nurses, police officers, says McGann.

The commission has also worked on estab lishing an RV park for people who work season ally in Moab and do not necessarily want to rent an apartment or house, McGann says.

“This commission has done more for afford able housing than any commission ever in the last eight years. It doesn’t happen overnight. There are lots of obstacles,” she says.

Some people believe affordable housing could be built quicker if regulations were elim inated, but McGann doesn’t see it that way. “We’ve done that,” she says. “This situation we’re in was caused by removing regulations. It would not result in more affordable housing.”

Another top issue commissioners will con tinue to address is the UTV noise affecting resi dential neighborhoods. McGann says that after state legislators passed a 2015 law disallowing local restrictions on UTVs, some residents sud denly found themselves unable to sit quietly in their backyards without dozens of UTVs rum bling past their homes.

McGann says the commission attempted to install a curfew between 11 p.m. and 6 a.m. but it failed to pass. “Noise is pollution,” and it has an impact on quality of life and property values, she adds.

Other important issues to her, says McGann, include water – making sure the aquifer can replenish what is used each year, diversifying the economy, and storm drainage.

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Bill Winfield

him his AW Construction, Inc. business, where one of his sons, Jon, also works and is partowner. In Moab, his company has performed infrastructure work, including underground util ities, and he develops land for housing.

Winfield says he was motivated to run for county commission because he believes restrictions on land-use have slowed down the building of homes that could add muchneeded inventory in Moab.

“I believe we should look at it differently and advocate for looking at ways to incentivize builders (to create more) housing,” he says.

He says he’s not advocating for the build ing of “affordable housing,” but instead what he refers to as “attainable” housing for the workforce – “the middle housing we’re miss ing,” he says.

“It’s hard to build affordable housing with out subsidies. As a builder I cannot do that.”

He notes there are programs to build affordable housing – including “self-help” programs where homebuyers provide their “sweat equity.” His company has worked on such building projects. “It’s a great program, but it doesn’t fit every person,” he says.

for both parties. We also need to respect the fact, as residents, we should be able to miti gate extreme noise that sometimes goes on in Moab. There are ways to make that happen,” – including enlarging trailhead parking areas, and trailering vehicles to the trailhead.

He mentions the possibility of limiting cer tain roads and hours of the evening. Though, curfews won’t be able to be enforced unless state law changes, he says, adding it’s a “com plex issue,” that will require more than a cur few to fix. “State legislators, local government and local businesses must all get involved to solve this problem together. If we leave any of them out the problem won’t go away.”

Each of the commissioners says that they would like to see tourism be managed in such a way to be sustainable, while also encour aging more economic diversity. Winfield said Moab must be allowed to grow so it doesn’t end up like “another Telluride or Aspen.”

Winfield is involved in philanthropy work –both locally and overseas. He typically travels to Nepal a couple of times per year where he works for a nonprofit that helps a children’s home and local coffee farmers.

Winfield began working in con struction in Moab when he was in just the seventh grade, and has worked in the industry ever since.

After he graduated from high school, Win field traveled and settled in Reno with his fam ily, where he raised five children. He moved back to Moab about 10 years ago, where he lives with his partner Crystal. He brought with

Winfield said his company has also built Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs). People who have the space on their property to build a second, smaller home can increase their prop erty value, add income, while also increasing available housing in the community, he says.

Noise is the other big issue in Moab, says Winfield. “I believe if we’re going to solve the noise problem we need to do a better job of bringing both sides to the table,” he says. “We need reasonable solutions that work

In Moab, he’s particularly fond of the Moab Free Health Clinic. He first became involved with the clinic as a patient when he didn’t have health insurance, he says. Then, he started volunteering by doing weeding, maintenance, and other work around the clinic. The nonprofit has since hired Winfield’s company to help them with remodeling build ings at its new location.

“They are a great nonprofit,” he says. “and provide a huge service to our community.”

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Mike McCurdy was born in Salt Lake City, before his family moved to Moab where he grew up and gradu ated from high school. He left town to attend college in Grand Junction, Colorado, and at Dixie State College in Utah. He returned to Moab where he worked at City Market for 13 years. McCurdy now works as a property manager for two Moab companies.

McCurdy, 38, married his wife Ronnie about a year ago, blending their two fam ilies of five children. He says the kids are very involved in sports and that he often volunteers as a coach at various sporting events. For fun, the family enjoys traveling to Grand Junction to drag race at the West ern Colorado dragway – something he says they do four to six times a year.

As a father, and someone who struggled at one point to find a house he could afford,

Mike McCurdy

McCurdy says he understands Moab’s affordable housing issue.

“The easiest direction to go to increase the number of affordable properties is to eliminate construction fees,” he says. Developers’ inability to pay fees, or obtain a building permit in a timely fashion has con tributed to the lack of housing inventory, he says. “We’ve got to look at ways to reducing costs,” to builders.

McCurdy says he’s is in favor of mixeduse housing areas – that would include commercial development – to alleviate some of the housing crisis. He says eliminat ing fees for this sector would be a good and fast choice for increasing housing.

Regarding UTV noise in Moab, McCurdy says “I don’t like a bunch of UTVs going through my neighborhood,” however, he says he sees both sides of the issue. “We can’t turn away any branch of the tourism industry,” he says. “I see both sides; I don’t see any short-term answers.”

However, McCurdy does foresee a longterm fix – if and when the industry switches to electric vehicles – which some compa nies have already begun doing, he says –because those vehicles are quieter.

Putting restrictions, such as curfews on the activity would be too difficult to enforce, he says.

He points out that UTVs are state-li censed and it’s possible the vehicle could

be a person’s sole means to go get groceries, for example, he says. “I don’t think government should say you can’t drive a state-legal vehicle to City Market,” he says.

McCurdy says it continues to be important to him to promote tourism to the area, while also working to diversify the economy by inviting companies, and light industry to invest in the area. He says tourism can be encouraged with out doing it recklessly, and that there needs to be a balance to achieve “sustainable tourism.”

Part of what makes McCurdy prepared to serve, he says, “I happen to know almost every one in town; I know people in the greater area. It comes down to relationships. We put people in a room together maybe we can work some things out.” n

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Right Downtown C-3 Central Commercial Zoning — 141 E. 100 S. in the heart of Moab. Ready to build the permitted uses in this great location with 91 ft. of frontage and 115.5 ft. deep. Lots of street parking. Residential allowed on 2nd level. 40 ft. height restriction. $600,000. MLS #1791827.

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Country Living in the Heart of Moab. Giant barn (4,000 sq. ft.) on this 7.32 acre property needs to be seen to appreciate potential. Stunning 360 degree views of the best Moab has to offer. This very desirable location could provide seclusion or be subdivided. Price: $3,790,000. MLS #1849711. Call Billy 812-360-3302

LARGE PRICE REDUCTION on this C-2 zoned downtown Moab property with remodeled structure at 186 W. Center St., which has been a business and a home. Many permitted uses including cafes, offices, retail shops, and multi-family dwellings. Price: $519,000. MLS # 1830783.

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3-Unit Cash-Flowing Short-Term Rental — Located in Blanding, Utah. MLS #1835448. $900,000. Call Preston 435-260-1701

In-Town Sweetness — Well-cared for 3bd/1 ba home on neighborly Tusher Street. Fresh paint throughout, updated kitchen, private backyard, $549,000. MLS#1837227. Call Kevin 435-260-9890

9.6 Acres Under the Clear Blue Skies of Old La Sal — Expansive mountain views. Power and culinary well included. Owner financing available. $175,500. MLS #1794696. Call Kevin 435-260-9890

Exquisite Mountain Properties in Old La Sal — Ready for development. Shared power and well with superb drinking water in place. Lot H is 19.30 acres, $337,750, MLS # 1794674. Lot I is 19.31 acres. $386,200. MLS #1794683. Owner financing available. Call Kevin 435-260-9890

Very unique and custom built post and beam structure called “Mayhayana,” a ferryboat of the spirit. Off the grid. Dynamic views Castle Valley from up on high. Timbers from Saltair resort. Copper roofs on 2 structures. Small storage building below. Suggest installing cistern and solar set-up. MLS #1817245. $650,000. Call Janie 435-260-1572 for showing.

Easy Build Large Lot — (1.84 acres) on quiet street with views of LaSal Mountains and Abajo Mountains. 200 ft. of frontage on 100 North St., and depth of 400 ft.. Walking distance to Maverik and Monticello Library. Utilities in Street. $160,000. MLS #1792568. Call Janie 435-260-1572

This property is 1.04 acres, one half is zoned RR (Rural Residential) and the other half Highway Commercial (HC). Highway Commercial zone allows 18 units per acre. 10 housing units could be built with the existing zoning. Or one could apply for the High-Density Overlay zone. MLS #1813859. $575,000. Call Preston 435-260-1701

Wray Mesa Rd. MLS #1791686, 2.59 acres, $125,000. MLS #1793901, 2.59 acres, $127,000. Call Billy 812-260-3302

Off-Grid

$999,000. MLS #1759550. Call Kevin 435-260-9890

Beautiful Woodlands Ridge! Easy to access with water and power. Close to border of Colorado with views of La Sal and San Juan mountains. Add'l lots available. Paradise — 54 acres of majestic high desert slick rock, juniper, and sage along historic Hatch Wash with spectacular mountain views. 3 livable rock caves, 2 wells, small manufactured home wired for 5,000 kw solar.

Monticello home is vacant and available to move into at closing. Large lot and some remodeling on this 3 Bed, 1 ½ Bath home makes it newer than it's age shows. Nice area of the city. $244,000.00. MLS #1847842. Call Kevin 435-260-9890 or Nancy 435-260-7327

Short Term Rental — This is a gorgeous SHORT-TERM RENTAL allowed and permitted lodge located on the outskirts of beautiful Monticello, Utah. MLS #1826284. $1,250,000. Call Preston 435-260-1701

Updated Manufactured Home
.37 Acres Great indoor and outdoor space in fully furnished home. Clean and
Preston Walston Principal Broker 435-260-1701 preston.walston@gmail.com
Schmidt Realtor 435-901-2292 moabroger@gmail.com
Fitzgerald Agent 435-260-7327 nancyfitzmoab@gmail.com
Fitzgerald Agent 435-260-9890 kevinfitzmoab@gmail.com Janie Tuft Associate Broker 435-260-1572 janietuft@gmail.com Billy Snyder Agent 812-360-3302 realbillymoab@gmail.com Jay Kendall Walston Agent 435-260-2198 jaykwal@gmail.com Miranda Walston Agent walston.miranda@gmail.com 435-260-1407 1075 S. Hwy 191, Suite
• Moab, Utah 84532 Phone:
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(435) 260-8240 / 50 East Center Street, Moab, Utah ©2022 BHH Affiliates, LLC. An independently owned and operated franchisee of BHH Affiliates, LLC. Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices and the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices symbol are registered service marks of Columbia Insurance Company, a Berkshire Hathaway affiliate. Equal Housing Opportunity. Information not verified or guaranteed. Located in the heart of downtown Moab! Extraordinary opportunity to own an incredible income producing property! Featuring 3 duplexes on .69 acres of R3 zoned land, with four 2-bedroom, 1 bathroom units and two 3-bedroom, 1 bathroom units- all with private fenced-in backyards. Rachel Moody (435) 260-8245 ESCAPE TO ENTRADA! 434 North 600 West 4 BD | 3 BA | 2,265 SF MLS 1800794 FERNDALE DUPLEXES 369 E 100 S 3 DUPLEXES | 4,900 SF | .62 AC $1,975,000 | MLS 1850994 MILL CREEK OASIS 1435 Powerhouse Lane STUNNING ACREAGE | 20.69 AC $3,270,000 | MLS 1841726 This extraordinary property rises from the peaceful sounds of the cascading stream to a crowning series of peaks and rock formations that offer incredible views of surrounding Moab. This desert oasis is uniquely situated at the mouth of Moab’s crown jewel, the national park-worthy Mill Creek Canyon Rachel Moody (435) 260-8245 / Nikole Andersen (801) 750-5280 SLICK, MODERN COMFORT 2209 Salida Del Sol, Moab 3 BD | 3 BA | 2,380 SF | 0.33 AC $1,395,000 | MLS 1840943 Set under the iconic Matterhorn, this contemporary beauty was meticulously designed to appease the sophisticated eye. Simple, yet elegant with seamless integration into the red rock viewscape with exceptional outdoor space. Twelve-foot ceilings throughout. Rachel Moody (435) 260-8245 NEW LISTING
HISTORIC MOAB 189 East 200 North 4 BD | 2 BA | 2,742 SF | .15 AC $745,000 | MLS 1820599 OPPORTUNITY ABOUNDS! 1053 W 400 N - Industrial Zoning with Shop Space 3 BD | 2 BA | 1,782 SF | 1.16 AC $750,000 | MLS 1840654 Jessiqua Zufelt (435) 210-1171 RIM VILLAGE TOWNHOME S2 3686 S Spanish Valley Drive 3 BD | 3 BA | 1,551 SF $785,000 | MLS 1828506 RIM VILLAGE TOWNHOME F1 3686 S Spanish Valley Drive 3 BD | 2 BA | 1,573 SF $845,000 | MLS 1836879 Nikole Andersen (801) 750-5280 / Rachel Moody Team (435) 260-8240 Rachel Moody Team (435) 260-8240 / Nikole Andersen (801) 750-5280 CREEK-SIDE SETTING 125 Arbor Drive 3 BD | 2 BA | 1,646 SF | .50 AC $875,000 | MLS 1838304 ESCAPE TO ENTRADA! 434 North 600 West 4 BD | 3 BA | 2,265 SF | .04 AC $1,050,000 | MLS 1800794 Rachel Moody Team (435) 260-8240 MoabLiving / @MoabLiving / MoabReCo.com ©2022 BHH Affiliates, LLC. An independently owned and operated franchisee of BHH Affiliates, LLC. Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices and the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices symbol are registered service marks of Columbia Insurance Company, a Berkshire Hathaway affiliate. Equal Housing Opportunity. Information not verified or guaranteed. Suzanna Feuz (435) 260-7634 / Rachel Moody Team (435) 260-8240 Keith Brooks (435) 260-0032 / Rachel Moody Team (435) 260-8240
(435) 260-8240 / 50 East Center Street, Moab, Utah ©2022 BHH Affiliates, LLC. An independently owned and operated franchisee of BHH Affiliates, LLC. Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices and the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices symbol are registered service marks of Columbia Insurance Company, a Berkshire Hathaway affiliate. Equal Housing Opportunity. Information not verified or guaranteed. Offered exclusively to Grand County actively employed Buyers. These new construction condominiums are designed for adventure and intentional living. www.MurphyFlats.com Rachel Moody Team (435) 260-8240 MURPHY FLATS 1187 S Murphy Lane 1-2 BD | 1 BA | 430+ SF 10 UNITS | $260,000+ Kane Creek Condominiums sit on over two acres located at the base of the Moab Rim. Each residence offers stunning views of towering red rock cliffs and the expansive Moab Valley. Rachel Moody Team (435) 260-8240 KANE CREEK CONOMINIUMS B110 1 BD | 1 BA | 608 SF | $315,000 B102 Studio | 1 BA | 500 SF | $299,000 B103 Studio | 1 BA | 500 SF | $299,000 Amazing setting next to Moab’s Golf Club and completely turn-key ready for you! Exceptional outdoor space adjacent to hole 13 for you to soak in the phenomenal Moab Rim views. Rachel Moody Team (435) 260-8240 FUNCTION AND ELEGANCE 4353 Blu Vista Drive 4 BD | 3.5 BA | 3,060 SF | .50 AC $1,365,000 | MLS 1835018 From top to bottom this home offers you the functional space we all crave and the elegance we all desire. The chef’s kitchen is sure to impress with dual wall oven, granite counter tops, overly generous workspace, and high-top bar seating. Exceptional 3 car garage and 3 bay shop.
Moody (435) 260-8245 RELAXATION AND EXTRAVAGANCE 1261 N Rubicon Trail #R3 2 BD | 2.5 BA | 1,532 SF | .12 AC $1,300,000 | MLS 1807620 If you are looking to experience relaxation and extravagance look no further. R3 Casita at The Portal in Moab Utah will have you at hello with every high end luxury upgrade you can possibly imagine. R3 is booked regularly. This home comes completely furnished.
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4122 Lipizzan Jump | .50 AC $249,000 | MLS 1838551 Rachel Moody Team (435) 260-8240 MLS 1735439/1735441 $235,000 per lot | 3.59 AC - 5.43 AC Rachel Moody Team (435) 260-8240 Nikole Andersen (801) 750-5280 117 Flat Iron Mesa Road | 7.26 AC $199,999 | MLS 1827505 Nikole Andersen (801) 750-5280 WHITE HORSE 33 BRUMLEY RIDGE RANCH VIEWS NESTLED IN SANDSTONE 10 N Hoolihan Road | 7 AC $168,000 | MLS 1702713 Rachel Moody Team (435) 260-8240 MLS 1845081 CABIN LOT – PEAK VIEWS 142 N Coyote Lane | 9.7 AC | $149,000 Jessiqua Zufelt (435) 210-1171 Rachel Moody Team (435) 260-8240 MOUNTAIN RANCHETTE! Elk Meadows Lots | 6 - 8 AC | $64 K-$79 K Nikole Andersen (801) 750-5280 Rachel Moody Team (435) 260-8240 BIG ABAJO VIEWS – 10 LOTS 439 Castle Valley Drive | 4.88 AC $349,000 | MLS 1824479 Nikole Andersen (801) 750-5280 525 E Pack Creek Road | 11.18 AC $349,000 | MLS 1657922 Rachel Moody Team (435) 260-8240 Lot M17 $295,000 | MLS 1808245 Lot M19 $275,000 | MLS 1809404 Rachel Moody Team (435) 260-8240 CASTLE VALLEY VIEWS PACK CREEK ESTATE SITE PORTAL RV RESORT 245 & 257 W North MiVida Drive | .55 AC $975,000 | MLS 1809721 Rachel Moody Team (435) 260-8240 MOAB’S GATEWAY! 1092 North Kayenta Drive | 2.5 AC $790,000 | MLS 1835322 Rachel Moody Team (435) 260-8240 HIGH DESERT MASTERPIECE 432 N Rimrock Lane | 4.9 AC | $355,000 Jessiqua Zufelt (435) 210-1171 Rachel Moody Team (435) 260-8240 SUBLIME CASTLE VALLEY MLS 1845590 (435) 260-8240 / 50 East Center Street, Moab, Utah ©2022 BHH Affiliates, LLC. An independently owned and operated franchisee of BHH Affiliates, LLC. Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices and the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices symbol are registered service marks of Columbia Insurance Company, a Berkshire Hathaway affiliate. Equal Housing Opportunity. Information not verified or guaranteed.

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THE
FLOATS ROLL
AND RECREATION CENTER
THE
WEEKEND
ARTISTS AND MAKERS SET UP SHOP WITH THEIR
PRODUCTS
Meet some local artists and makers who participated in Moab’s Holiday Craft Fair
MOAB TREASURES ITS HOLIDAY TRADITIONS. EACH YEAR
MAYOR PRESIDES OVER THE LIGHTING OF THE TOWN CHRISTMAS TREE IN SWANNY CITY PARK. ILLUMINATED
SLOWLY THROUGH DOWNTOWN, CHEERED BY BUNDLED-UP CROWDS AT THE ANNUAL ELECTRIC LIGHT PARADE. AND OVER AT THE MOAB ARTS
ON
FIRST
IN DECEMBER,
UNIQUE
AT THE HOLIDAY CRAFT FAIR.

“This is something people have said they look forward to each year,” says Kelley McInerney, arts and special events director for the Moab Arts and Recreation Center (MARC). This year over 40 vendors brought a variety of handmade work—woodcarv ing and turning, jewelry, pottery, paintings, prints, soaps, leatherwork, and more—for

shoppers to browse. Food vendors in the side-yard at the MARC offered hot drinks and treats. But the fair’s not just about find ing holiday gifts—both vendors and shop pers also enjoy bumping into acquaintances and catching up with friends and neighbors. Meet a few of the makers who participated this year:

Casey Montandon

“People ask me, ‘hey, can you do this?’ and I’m like, I can figure it out!” Montandon says. He’s learned to make custom items like knife sheaths and phone cases, and spe cific styles of tote bags.

“That’s been fun, to find the right styles that people are into,” he says.

Eventually, the owner of MoabMade, a Main Street shop that sells items made by area artists and craftspeople and also had a booth at the craft fair, suggested that Montandon sell some of his work in the store. That went well, so last year he reg istered to participate in the Holiday Craft Fair. It was the first time he’d sold his work in that format.

“It’s different to watch people look it over,” he says. At MoabMade, he doesn’t observe first-hand while people shop.

“When you have your booth, you inter act with everyone, and you watch them go through everything you handmade,” he says. That experience can make an artist feel vulnerable, but, Montandon added, it’s also valuable feedback. This year he focused on creating things that people liked a lot last year, such as leather pot grips.

Moab local Casey Montandon was inspired to start working with leather when he was on a trip in Colorado with his wife, Emily Klarer.

“I had bought a new wallet and belt and I was like, ‘I’m pretty sure I could do this,’” he says. He was scheduled to have knee sur gery soon and knew he would need a hobby to pass the time while he recovered, so he ordered some instructional books, tools and materials, watched some YouTube vid eos, and started experimenting. For about a year, he made things for himself, friends and family, as he honed his skills and found what worked. Friends would request spe cific items, and he would set out to learn how to make what they wanted.

“They make really nice gifts,” he says. He also makes backpacks, tote bags, key chains, wallets and purses. In some pieces, he accents natural leather colors with a bright panel of dyed leather.

Aside from finding out what people like best and selling his work, Montandon enjoys the social side of the craft fair. Ven dors set up near each other last year looked forward to meeting again this year, he says. He also enjoys catching up with familiar faces among the shoppers.

“It’s a social time where you get to see everyone in town,” he says.

Montandon still sells his leatherwork at MoabMade on Main Street and through his Instagram page, @caseywademade.

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[Photo by Emily Klarer] [Photos courtesy of Casey Montandon]

Annie Dalton

Annie Dalton grew up around ceramics: her mother was a potter. Dalton remembers first learning to throw clay on a wheel when she was around 12 years old. She pursued the craft further as she grew up, taking classes in high school and studying ceramics in college (focusing on hand-built, sculptural work), along with textiles and biochemistry. All those dis ciplines inform her work as an artist now. She “geeks out,” she says, on the chemistry of glazes in ceramics, and the techniques and principles

she learned while studying textiles inspire the finishes on her pottery as well as on her designs in mediums other than clay.

Dalton has participated in the craft fair on and off for about 10 years, but this is the first year in which she was committed to being a full-time artist.

“It’s exhilarating!” she says.

She brought some new things to her booth this year: in addition to ceramics, she had stickers and postcards with designs she cre ated with hand-carved linoleum block prints, and “smoke charms” made of bundled dried herbs. She’s also branching out within the medium of clay by making jewelry, something she’s excited about.

“It’s the newest thing for me to try my hand at,” she says. She also had drinking vessels, bowls, trays and ornaments for sale.

Dalton enjoys the intimacy and the “locals” vibe at the craft fair. Her family has been in Moab for generations, and she says she meets shoppers who were friends with her parents or grandparents—some who remember her when she was a little girl. Some tell her they have pieces made by her mother.

“I’ve had a number of people that are happy to see the tradition being carried on,” Dalton says.

Dalton also sells her pottery at MoabMade; her work is also featured on her website, moab varnishstudio.com, and her Instagram account, @moabvarnish.

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[Photos courtesy of Annie Dalton]

Cathy O’Connor and Rosie Boone

Sisters Cathy O’Connor and Rosie Boone first sold their handmade yarn and textile items at the Holiday Craft Fair in 2006, just before they opened their yarn shop, Desert Thread. O’Connor says she’s always liked making things with her hands, and she and her sister grew up learning about textiles.

“We come from a long line of seam stresses—by the time we were 7 were on sewing machines—so it’s in our blood lines,” O’Connor says. Later she got inter ested in weaving and knitting; she also spins her own yarn, though the down town shop sells lots of varieties of both commercial and hand-spun yarn.

O’Connor says the craft fair hasn’t changed much in the many years they’ve participated, except that now there are more vendors than there used to be.

“It’s a fun event,” O’Connor says. “It kind of gets everyone in the spirit of the holidays and the winter.” She echoed other vendors who say it’s a very social tradition.

“We see people there every year who don’t come into the store,” she says.

She and Boone stocked up on felt acorn ornaments—a recurring favorite with shoppers, some of whom, O’Connor says, come to the fair looking for them specifi cally. They also had Christmas ornaments, knitted hats, felted beverage cozies, and other felted items like pincushions and bookmarks. Some years the sisters also sell skeins of their hand-spun yarn.

O’Connor’s and Boone’s work, along with a wide selection of yarn, can be found at the Desert Thread shop at 29 East Center Street.

McInerney says locals really enjoyed a new element of the fair this year when the Moab BEACON Afterschool middle school strings club performed while attendees browsed.

She is already looking forward to next year’s fair, and largely takes an “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it approach.” People like the tradition of the fair, she says, so she’s striving to maintain its familiar vibe.

“It’s mostly the same that it has been,’ McInerney says. “We’ve tried to keep the basic integrity” that everyone has come to know and love. n

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Cathy O’Connor [Photo by Murice D. Miller] Rosie Boone, left [Photo by Murice D. Miller] [Photos courtesy of Desert Thread]
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This material is based upon information that we consider reliable, but because it has been supplied by third parties, we cannot represent that it is accurate or complete, including price, or withdrawal without notice; square footage is an estimate only. ©MMXXII Sotheby’s International Realty Affiliates, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Sotheby’s International Realty® is a licensed trademark to Sotheby’s International Realty Affiliates, Inc. An Equal Opportunity Company. Each Office Is Independently Owned And Operated. Copyright© Summit Sotheby’s International Realty 2022. Susan Shrewsbury SALES ASSOCIATE 435.260.1479 susan.shrewsbury@sothebysrealty.com summitsothebysrealty.com 01 3340 E Arena Roja, Moab, Utah 4 BD | 2 BA | 1,885 SF | $778,000 02 217 Tusher Street, Moab, Utah 3 BD | 1 BA | 1,148 SF | $529,000 03 363 Castle Valley Drive, Castle Valley, Utah 5.06 AC | $290,000 04 300 Pack Creek Road, Moab, Utah 1.5 AC | $350,000 05 8 Seldom Seen Road Moab, Utah 1.5 AC | $425,000 03 04 05 02 01 Don't just look for a place. Discover a home.
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Welcome to Moab! DIRECTORY

OF OFTEN-REQUESTED INFORMATION

Area code 435 unless noted otherwise

MOAB CITY NUMBERS

All Emergencies: 9-1-1

Police: 259-8938

Fire Dept.: 259-5557

City Hall: 259-5121

Post Office: 259-7427

Library: 259-1111

Chamber of Commerce: 259-7814

City Planning Dept.: 259-5129

City Recreation Dept.: 259-2255

GRAND COUNTY NUMBERS

Sheriff: 259-8115

Grand County School District: 259-5317

County Clerk (Voter Reg.): 259-1321

County Assessor: 259-1327

County Administrator’s Office: 259-1346

County Recorder: 259-1332

County Treasurer: 259-1338

Building/Development Permits: 259-1343

Building Inspector: 259-1344

Economic Development: 259-1248

Travel Council: 259-1370

Recycling Center: 259-8640

UTILITY CONTACTS

City of Moab: 259-5121

Dominion Gas: 719-2491 or 719-2490

Rocky Mountain Power: 888-221-7070

Grand Water & Sewer: 259-8121

Moab City Public Works: 259-7485

Monument Waste Services: 259-6314 / 7585

Frontier (Phone): 800-921-8101

Emery Telcom: 259-8521

Green Solutions: 259-1088

Amerigas Propane: 259-6756

MEDICAL AND DENTAL CONTACTS

Moab Regional Hospital: 719-3500

Moab Dental Health Center: 259-5378

Merrill Hugentobler, DDS: 259-7418

Arches Dental: 259-4333

Red Rock Dental: 259-4059

Moab Regional Health Center: 719-5500

TRANSPORTATION

Canyonlands Field Airport: 435-259-4849

United Airlines: www.united.com

Grand Junction Regional Airport: www.gjairport.com

Amtrak/Green River: 800-872-7245

Greyhound Bus/Green River: 435-564-3421

QUICK FACTS:

Elevation: 4,026 ft

Settled: 1878

Mayor: Joette Langianese

Population: Moab 5,268 (2019), Grand County 9,640 (2019)

Highest point in La Sal Mountains: Mount Peale, 12,721 ft

Climate: Midsummer average high/low: 99F/65F, Midwinter average high/low: 43F/20F

Average annual precipitation in Moab: 9 inches

Speed limit in town: 25MPH (15MPH for OHVs)

Driving distance in miles to Salt Lake City: 233, Denver: 354, Las Vegas: 458

Canyonlands Shuttle: 435-210-4757

Red Rock Express: 800-259-2869

Moab Taxi: 435-210-4297

Enterprise Car Rental: 435-259-8505

Arches Car Rental: 435-259-4959

UTAH STATE NUMBERS

Motor Vehicle Div: 259-3743

Drivers License Div: 259-3743

Hwy Patrol: 259-5441

Health Dept: 259-5602

Moab Employment Center: 719-2600 District Court: 259-1349

NAT’L & STATE PARKS & PUBLIC LANDS

Arches Nat’l Park: 719-2299

Canyonlands Nat’l Park: 719-2100

Dead Horse Point State Park: 259-2614 Bureau of Land Management: 259-2100 U.S Forest Service: 259-7155

To Report a Wildfire: 259-1850 Poaching Hotline: 800-662-3337

CITY INFO: Moab City: 259-5121 www.moabcity.org Monticello: 587-2271 www.monticelloutah.org Blanding: 678-2791 www.blandingutah.org

GRAND COUNTY

Building Inspector: 259-1344

Economic Development: 259-1248 Water and Sewer: 259-8121 Sanitarian: 259-5602 Assessor: 259-1327 www.grandcountyutah.net

SAN JUAN COUNTY

Building Inspector: 587-3225 Economic Development: 587-3235 x5006 Water and Sewer: 587-3221 Sanitarian: 587-2021 Assessor: 587-3221

INSURANCE COMPANIES

Farmers Insurance: 259-6192

Central Utah Insurance: 259-5981 Markle Insurance: 259-5241 State Farm Insurance: 259-5161

LENDERS

Fidelity Mortgage: 719-4100 www.fidelitymortgage.com

Primary Residential Mortgage: 259-0259 www.primaryresidentialmortgage.com

Eastern Utah Comm. Credit Union: 259-8200 www.euccu.com

Mountain America Credit Union: 259-1500 www.macu.com

Zion’s Bank: 259-5961 www.zionsbank.com

Wells Fargo Bank: 435-2708 www.wellsfargo.com

CONTRACTORS

Ben Byrd: 259-0224

Chuck Garlett: 259-5014

Henderson Builders: 259-4111

Craig Haren: 259-1537

Jared Ehlers: 259-9499

Jim Keogh: 260-8127

Joe Sorensen: 260-5948

LCW Construction: 260-2875

Triple J: 259-9988

Moab Construction: 259-8529

Lawson: 259-4079

Eco Logic: 259-6264

Jude Tuft, General Contractor: 719-5082

Moab Area Real Estate Magazine does not guarantee the accuracy of information presented above. To have information updated, removed or added, email andrewmirrington@gmail.com.

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