City Hall ~ 264
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N 40° 02.433 W 111° 43.875
12T E 437617 N 4432513
The original city hall also served other purposes.
Waymark Code: WMB1TJ
Location: Utah, United States
Date Posted: 03/24/2011
Published By:Groundspeak Premium Member JacobBarlow
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Daughters of Utah Pioneers
No. 264
Erected 1961
City Hall
Payson, first settled in 1850, was incorporated January 21, 1852 with David Crockett as mayor. In 1870, during the administration of Mayor Orrawell Simons 1866-75, a City Hall, Payson's first brick building, was erected 377 feet west and 14 feet south of this marker. This two-story building served for city offices, the first High School, and as a recreational center. Later a belfry was added enclosing a bell which summoned children to school. At 9 P.M. it was rung by the city marshal as a curfew for children under twelve years of age.
Payson Camps - - South Utah County
Marker Name: City Hall

Marker Number: 264

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