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R651. Natural Resources, Parks and Recreation.

Rule R651-205. Zoned Waters.

As in effect on October 1, 2019

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R651-205-1. Obeying Zoned Waters.

The operator of a vessel shall obey zoned water requirements or restrictions.

R651-205-2. Deer Creek Reservoir.

Vessels and all other water activities are prohibited within 1500 feet of the dam. A vessel may not be operated at a speed greater than wakeless speed at any time in Wallsberg Bay.

R651-205-3. Green River.

The use of motors is prohibited between the Flaming Gorge Dam and the confluence with Red Creek.

R651-205-4. Stansbury Park Lake.

The use of vessels over 20 feet in length and motors, except electric trolling motors, is prohibited.

R651-205-5. Lower Provo River.

The section from where it enters into Utah Lake upstream to the gas pipeline is designated as a wakeless speed area, and the use of motors is prohibited upstream from this point.

R651-205-6. Decker Lake.

The use of motors is prohibited.

R651-205-7. Palisade Lake.

The use of motors, except electric trolling motors, is prohibited.

R651-205-8. Ivins Reservoir.

The use of motors whose manufacture listed horsepower is 10 horsepower or more is prohibited.

R651-205-9. Jordan River.

The use of motors is prohibited, except motors whose manufacture listed horsepower is less than 10 horsepower. Such motors are permitted on the Utah County portion of the river.

R651-205-10. Ken's Lake.

The use of motors, except electric trolling motors, is prohibited.

R651-205-11. Pineview Reservoir.

The use of motors, except electric motors, is prohibited in the designated area in the North Arm, North Geersten Bay and the Middle Fork of the Ogden River. Vessels are prohibited in the Middle Inlet and Cemetery Point picnic areas.

R651-205-12. Jordanelle Reservoir.

The use of motorboats or sailboats is prohibited in the designated area of Hailstone Beach.

R651-205-13. Little Dell Reservoir.

The use of motors is prohibited.

R651-205-14. Bear Lake.

The use of a vessel is prohibited from July 1 through Labor Day in the area adjacent to Cisco Beach starting at the entrance station and extending approximately 1/4 mile south, when this area is marked with appropriate buoys.

R651-205-15. Lost Creek Reservoir in Morgan County.

A vessel may not be operated at a speed greater than wakeless speed at any time.

R651-205-16. Huntington Reservoir.

The use of motors whose manufacturer listed horsepower is 10 horsepower or more is prohibited.

R651-205-17. Cutler Reservoir.

The use of motors whose manufactured listed horsepower is more than 35 horsepower is prohibited, and a vessel may not be operated at a speed greater than wakeless speed at any time in the area south of the Benson Railroad Bridge. A vessel may not be operated at a speed greater than wakeless speed from the last Saturday in September through March 31st in the Bear River, east of the confluence with the reservoir.

R651-205-18. Newton Reservoir.

A vessel may not be operated at a speed greater than wakeless speed when the reservoir is at or below 4,761 feet above sea level.

KEY

boating, parks

Date of Enactment or Last Substantive Amendment

June 9, 2014

Notice of Continuation

January 7, 2016

Authorizing, Implemented, or Interpreted Law

73-18-4(1)(c)


Additional Information

Contact

For questions regarding the content or application of rules under Title R651, please contact the promulgating agency (Natural Resources, Parks and Recreation). A list of agencies with links to their homepages is available at http://www.utah.gov/government/agencylist.html or from http://www.rules.utah.gov/contact/agencycontacts.htm.