Provo City Seeks Feedback On Possible Microbreweries
PROVO, Utah – City officials are asking for feedback on the possibility of allowing a some restaurants to microbrew their own beer.
So far, a little more than 400 people have taken the survey with an overwhelming 83% of respondents being “very supportive” of the change.
Both residents and non-residents can take the survey. There is a section that asks respondents to categorize themselves as people who live in, work in, shop and dine in, conduct business in or used to live in Provo.
The Provo City Council is looking to amend local zoning codes in a few areas of the city – largely in the downtown area. If the codes are changed, those restaurants will still have to follow state laws that include requiring patrons to order food before being served alcohol and verifying a person is 21 or older.
To take the survey, follow this link and click “Restaurants with Microbrewing” and then click the “Go to the topic” option.
The comment period is open through Feb. 11.
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