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Utah Landowners

Wasatch Front Development Trends

Envision Utah in conjunction with Salt Lake County had RCLCO the nation’s leading independent real estate advisory firm, providing market and financial analysis and strategic planning for a broad spectrum of clients, prepared a 78 page report detailing the Wasatch…

Land Use Maps

City and County Zoning and Land Use Maps

To view your cities zoning and future land use maps click on the city or counties name. Salt Lake County *Magna, Kearns, Millcreek, White City, Emigration Canyon and Copperton Townships can be found on Salt Lake County’s website. Bluffdale Cottonwood…


Provo Westside Connector project under way after groundbreaking ceremony

Provo Mayor John Curtis kicked off construction on the new Provo Westside Connector during a groundbreaking ceremony Thursday near the Provo Airport. The new road will stretch approximately 3.7 miles, forming a direct connection between the airport and I-15 at…


Provo Westside Connector road project moving ahead

PROVO — The federal government has given the go-ahead for construction of a new thoroughfare that would give Utah County drivers improved access to the west side of I-15. The Obama administration has put the proposed Provo Westside Connector on…

Utah Landowners

SALT LAKE CITY — Foes in a protracted legal battle over disputed roads are hailing a settlement agreement as a first — a step on the path of compromise that could help resolve a contentious legal battle pitting protection of…

Utah rights-of-way

Judge rules largely in favor of Utah on rural roads dispute

A federal judge handed a landmark victory to Kane County and the state of Utah on Wednesday in a years-long dispute with the federal government over whether some rural routes should remain in use as roads, or if they should…