Archive Land Use & Zoning Projects

  Single Room Occupancy zone is proposed for the following areas of Sugar House, marked in the colored areas.  This will be heard on the Planning Commission Agenda November 14, 530 pm Room 326 City County Building 451 S State Street.  It is a public hearing, you will have...

    This is a request for a Planned Development at 2593 South 700 East.  The parcel is zoned RMF-30:  Low Density Multi-Family Residential.  The parcel is approximately 115' deep and 74' wide. Request Description: Jordan Atkin, the property owner, has submitted a Planned Development application to develop...

This is a request for a Planned Development in an R 1/7000 Single-Family Residential District.  Clayton Homes, representing Ronald Janet and David Hopkins, owners of the two subject parcels, has proposed to construct five detached single-family homes at 1950 & 1960 South 1700 East.  The...

NEW PETITION The Planning Division has received a Planned Development petition for a proposed three-unit single-family attached dwelling project on a single parcel located at 1316 E. Downington Avenue.  The property is approximately 0.28 acres (12,150 square feet) in size.  Per the request, the front yard setback would...

A request by Carlos Nunez, representing the property owner North rock Capital LLC, for Planned Development and Preliminary Subdivision approval for a four lot townhome ("attached single-family") development. Planned Development approval is required as three of the proposed lots would not have frontage on a...

Richmond Place Townhouses Planned Development and Preliminary Subdivision at approximately 2965 S Richmond Street A request by Johnsen and Allphin Properties LLC for Planned Development and Preliminary Subdivision approval for a proposed 9-unit townhouse project on a 0.83 acre parcel in the RMF- 30 (Low...

UPDATE 3/24/2017 The Planning Commission recommended approval and encouraged the City Council to increase neighborhood representation on the proposed "Neighborhood Coordinating Council" (NCC), which is part of the draft ordinance. The City Council must also review the proposal, and hold a public hearing, before making the...

UPDATE - 2/24/2017 Today, City, County, and State leaders came together once again in the spirit of collaboration and hope, to discuss how we can better serve those experiencing homelessness in the State of Utah. One year ago, Mayor Ben McAdams and I presented a plan to...