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Roadmap to 2050: Planning for Utah’s Future Infrastructure Needs

The Utah Foundation is another bipartisan group that has Utah’s best interest in mind. Below is an article they released in June discussing Utah’s projected growth. Utah’s population is projected to grow by 2.5 million people by 2050. This growth will…

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Salt Lake County Watershed and Planning

Program History Several programs and departments within Salt Lake County Government have spent countless hours promoting water quality and planning since the late 1970’s. Between 1975 and 1978, the Salt Lake County Planning Commission acted as the Area-Wide Water Quality…

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53K Utahns respond to survey about state’s future

SALT LAKE CITY — This past spring, Governor Gary Herbert, state leaders and Envision Utah asked all Utahns to weigh in on what they want their communities to look like in 2050. Nearly 53,000 people responded on a range of…

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Provo is Scorching the Nation in Economic Growth

In a newly released Brookings Institute report, Provo’s job growth is the fastest pace in the nation. During Q1 2015, Provo rapidly grew at 2.2 percent, scorching the national average of 0.5 percent. While this growth is exceptional, Utah’s growth has consistently ranked…

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Nation’s professionals offer advice for downtown Spanish Fork

SPANISH FORK — Efforts to revitalize Spanish Fork’s downtown were in full swing last week. Six professional planners flew in from around the nation to offer their time and insights for the community, free of charge. Dave Anderson, the city’s director…

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Water Source Facts: Pariette Wetlands

Described as an oasis in the Uinta Basin desert, eastern Utah’s Pariette Wetlands provide a welcome respite for a wide range of wildlife. Nearly 100 avian species — including mallards, Canada geese, bald eagles, sandhill cranes and peregrine falcons —…

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Utah County residents pack meeting against new prison

Eagle Mountain • There’s a 50 percent chance the new prison will end up in Utah County — that’s where two of the four potential relocation sites are located. While the odds might not look great, residents opposed to moving…

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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…

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Construction industry rebounding in Utah, U.S.

The Deseret News posted this article. Seeing growth in the construction industry is vital to landowners that are hoping to see property values increase or are in the process of selling. _______________________________________________________________________ Utah’s strong economy is feeding one of the…

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Utah Farm Bureau lists ‘Issues to Watch For in 2015’

SANDY-– Utah Farm Bureau has released its list of ‘Issues to Watch For in 2015’ upon returning from the national agricultural convention for the American Farm Bureau Federation and at the start of the 2015 Utah general legislative session. Though…