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Author Archives: Judi Pickell

Whatever Happened to the Starter Home?

The economics of the housing market, and the local rules that shape it, have squeezed out entry-level homes.

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APAUT Fall Conference 2022!

Thank you to all those who participated and attended the APAUT Fall Conference 2022 last week.  

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APAUT Special Achievement Award

Devotion to Planning in Utah

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Transportation recovery after disasters: A collaborative university/community model

Transportation systems play a critical role in maintaining supply chains for effective post-disaster recovery.

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Awards Spotlight: Millcreek Storm Drain Informational Video

A public education video was created by Ben Unguren for the city of Millcreek to provide accurate information about their Storm Drain Utility Fee.

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REGISTER NOW FOR APAUT FALL CONFERENCE

Planners from across the region will soon descend on Lehi for APA Utah’s 2022 Fall Conference.

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Awards Spotlight: GIS Applications in Municipal Management: Strategies for Small Towns

This project provides rural leadership with a basic understanding of GIS, how GIS can support planning and municipal management activities, and strategies for overcoming barriers.

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Wasatch County’s development plans expected to bring 30,000 new residents to area in coming years

In the past few years, Heber City and Wasatch County have established development plans for the areas north of Heber City and around the Jordanelle Reservoir.

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APAUT AWARDS – Call For Nominations

EXTENDED DEADLINE

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Utah County Planners Tour

On August 4th Utah County planners from Lehi to Santaquin joined Provo City Development Services Director, Bill Peperone, for a tour of the new Provo City Hall. Provo City recently opened their new 204,000 square foot state-of-the-art city hall building. The new facility was designed as an essential facility to be able to function during […]

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Awards Spotlight: Eagle Mountain Parks, Trails, & Open Space Master Plan

Through the public engagement process, city leaders and community interest groups identified the importance of wildlife in the city and verbalized the desire to protect important migration routes.

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“Walkable City” Book Discussion at APA Utah Fall Conference 22

“Walkable City” Book Discussion at APA Utah Fall Conference 22 September 9, 2022, in Lehi, Utah   On September 9, 2022, APA Utah will host a lunchtime discussion of Walkable City: How Downtown Can Save America, One Step at a Time by Jeff Speck during Fall Conference 22 in Lehi, Utah. Walkable City, which was […]

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