MOAB, Utah — The Moab Easter Jeep Safari that was previously canceled due to COVID-19 restrictions is back on after officials decided to help make the event happen.
On Thursday, The Red Rock Four Wheelers announced that Grand County administrator Chris Bairs and President of the Red Rock Four Wheelers, Mike Keslo discussed the event.
Baird reportedly said that the county ordinance that was preventing the event to happen would be amended, allowing the Easter Jeep Safari to proceed.
According to the Red Rock Four Wheeler's website, the Grand County Commission administrator has requested that those planning on attending the event, and members of the 4-wheeling community send letters to the county commission to support the amendment.
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