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Millcreek has a plan to allow highway-scale digital billboards in its new downtown, which it just planned and zoned as pedestrian first

Staff acknowledges that allowing digital signage in the City Center is a significant change in strategy, but that change is not inconsistent with the goal of reducing the number and combined square footage of billboards where feasible

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September 20, 2021
Urban Planning
Millcreek has a plan to allow highway-scale digital billboards in its new downtown, which it just planned and zoned as pedestrian first

Staff acknowledges that allowing digital signage in the City Center is a significant change in strategy, but that change is not inconsistent with the goal of reducing the number and combined square footage of billboards where feasible

September 14, 2021
Policy/Legislative
Call for Award Nominations

Share your story, your lessons learned, and let’s build and celebrate planning practice in Utah! It is the intention of APA Utah to promote these award winners throughout the year following the announcement of the awards.

September 3, 2021
Policy/Legislative
The Mountain Lions: these nine cities boomed in the COVID era

Out of America’s 100 largest metropolitan areas, nine have experienced home price growth of more than 50 percent since late 2017 when the tax bill was signed into law. They are Boise, Spokane, Austin, Phoenix, Tucson, Colorado Springs, and a cluster of Utah cities: Salt Lake City, Ogden, and Provo.

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