Mona City History, Historical Markers, and the local DUP
Mona City has a rich pioneer history. Mona's Pioneer Park is a historical pioneer cemetery and cabin. It is located on Main Street. If you are interested in touring the cabin, please call Maureen at 801-358-8019, or Pam at 623-0146.
The local DUP has collected histories and remembrances of Mona City from it's earliest days. Click on the following links for some of those histories.
How Mona received its name
History of the Mona City Post office
The first flag in Mona CIty
History of the Mona School
Mona Bicentennial Park
Mona's Bicentennial Park has the bell from Mona's original school that was erected in 1907. It is a memorial to the school and Mona's pioneer heritage. The bell is on display next to the city office and the park, located at 50 W. Center St.
Daughters of Utah Pioneers
The Daughters of Utah Pioneers is an organization that is committed to preserving the past for the edification of the future. You don't have to have a Utah pioneer ancestor to join. They welcome anyone who desires to learn of, and help, the community appreciate its history. They meet at 11:30 the first Monday of each month September through May. If you would like to know more call Virginia at 435-580-9178.