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Salt Lake City Parks, Trails and Open Space Initiative

As Salt Lake City residents, we all want our City to be the very best place to live, work and play in the country. Right now, we have an unprecedented opportunity to develop as a community, a once-in-a-generation plan for…

Utah Subdivisions

Lot sizes in Utah compared to the rest of the country

Based on our experience in Utah’s land market right now, the trend is smaller lots. They maximize density and allow homebuyers that would be priced out of a home the ability to buy. The recent demand for these types of communities have increased…

Caitlin Boden of Salem combs her purebred black angus heifer as she and other participants from FFA and 4H programs prepare for the Utah State Junior Livestock Show at the Spanish Fork Fairgrounds Wednesday, May 3, 2006. (Jason Olson, Deseret News)

FFA inspires future farmers and more

FFA is a program that we hold in high regard. Brooke Glaittli, the founder of UtahLandowners.com is proud to have been a member of the FFA and is a continual supporter. Seeing the growth that it provides to its young members is exciting!…

Utah Land

Five Hottest U.S. Housing Markets Where Supply Meets Demand

With a good supply of land and a growing demand for new housing, these five up-and-coming cities will be some of the most lucrative areas for home builders in the next few years. Builders have long awaited a year that…

Utah Prison

Prison Relocation Commission to Consider Two More Potential Sites

This was just released by UtahPolicy.com:   Sources tell UtahPolicy that when the Prison Relocation Commission meets Friday morning the seven members will consider two new sites for the half-billion-dollar prison – one in Tooele County and one in Utah County. The…

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Utah’s ‘Cowboy Caucus’ powerful voice for rural concerns

SALT LAKE CITY — At 7 a.m. every Friday during the Utah General Legislative Session, the Rural Caucus, often referred to as the “Cowboy Caucus,” meets to discuss potential legislation that will affect rural Utah. Popular topics revolve around land…