On January 13, 1944, the Articles of Incorporation for the town of Plain City were filed in the Weber County Clerk's office in Ogden, Utah.
Adoption of a resolution designating Plain City as an incorporated town was made and action was taken by Weber County Commissioners.
In November, 1945, the first municipal election was held in Plain City.
On June 3, 1967, Plain City received a proclamation signed by Governor Rampton:
"wherein Governor Rampton did declare Plain City a City of the Third Class."
The former title of "President of the Town Board" will now be changed to "Mayor". Keith Blanch was the first to be officially called 'Mayor of Plain City."
The title of "Trustees" will be changed to "Councilmen". There will now be five councilmen instead of four.
City Council meetings are held the first and third Thursday of every month; 7:00 p.m. at City Hall. The meeting is open to the public and all are welcome.
Mike McKean conducts Board of Adjustment activities and Planning Commission coordination. He can be reached by phone: 801-643-5698 and by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Natalie Hale is an Office Manager and Information Specialist. She is charged with producing the annual 4th of July Celebration, IT administration, and oversight of Physical Facilities & Land. She can be reached by phone: 801-589-5250 or email: email@example.com
Brad Searle works as an account manager, with more than 15 years of leadership experience and a background in business-to-business sales. He is dedicated to maintaining the rural, hometown feel Plain City is known and loved for, while providing adequate municipal services required by a growing population. Brad is the Councilmember over Recreation (parks, trails, open spaces). He He can be reached by phone: 435-740-1403 and by email: firstname.lastname@example.org