ENOCH — The Enoch City Council approved a new brand and logo for Enoch City to represents the positive lifestyle that exists in Enoch.
“The new logo has been designed to emphasize our identity,” Enoch City Manager Rob Dotson said. “Since Joel H. Johnson first built here, Enoch City has been the home of many caring and giving individuals. This new logo, along with the new website design, gives a greater emphasis to the family and the business-friendly atmosphere. Mr. Morris (who designed the logo) is an example of the type of people who live here, donating his time and expertise.”
The abstract mountainous “O” represents Three Peaks that sits background of Enoch City’s landscape. The mountains also represent an upward direction meaning positive growth for the community and commerce. It is also pointing toward heaven, giving reference to the Old Testament Enoch that was lifted to heaven. The design represents the beautiful sunsets Enoch has and demonstrates at large that Enoch is a beautiful place to live. The color scheme of the logo represents peace, faith, and integrity.
The new Enoch City logo was designed by Cordelle Morris, a marketer/designer and also an Enoch small business owner of Dittobug.com.
“I was very excited that the Enoch City Council was interested and approved the new logo,” Morris said. “It represents that Enoch is moving forward in a positive direction. I enjoy living in Enoch and it is a great place to raise a family. Enoch will continue to grow as an attractive place for family values and also to grow a business.”
About Enoch City
Enoch City is located approximately six miles northeast of Cedar City, with a population of nearly 6,000 residents. Enoch City was founded in 1851 by Joel H. Johnson and it was incorporated in 1966.
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