Utah’s Open and Public Meetings Act (OPMA) law, with some exceptions, provides that all meetings conducted by government bodies should be open to public observation.
However, there are lots of specifics on what constitutes a meeting and also what is defined as a public body as these terms and intent help further define the Act. The law also details many other important features including public notices, minutes taken, electronic meetings, and trainings.
As mentioned above, the Act defines a number of exceptions to officials being required to hold an open meeting, and also the process of conducting a closed meeting.
Related: Records Retention, GRAMA, Open Meetings with Gavin Anderson