The Nephi City Council has agreed to suspend subdivision applications for 90 days.

"The general plan and the zoning ordinance was recently completed," said Mayor Robert Steele. "The subdivision ordinance is now being updated." As a result of the updating process, city staff need time to work on the changes."No subdivision plans are near enough to receiving approval to be affected by the suspension," said Randy McKnight, city administrator.

Council members agreed they would not need to impose another lengthy moratorium on building. However, council members agreed to stop the application process while the new requirements are made ready for those planning such projects.

McKnight said 90 days may be more time than is needed.