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The Awards Deadline Has Been Extended

The awards deadline has been extended until July 25th.

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Award Spotlight: 7 Greenways Vision Plan- Seven Canyons Trust

Inspiring a common vision, over the next 100 years, to revitalize our waterways, connecting people through greenways in the Salt Lake Valley.

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Call for Award Nominations

The American Planning Association, Utah Chapter is pleased to announce the opening of our 2023 Awards Program nominations.

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Award Spotlight: Blueprint Jordan River

The Jordan River flows over 50 miles through Utah’s population and economic center—the Wasatch Front. The parkway is home to many species of native wildlife including deer, beaver, fox, migratory birds and waterfowl, and various other mammals, amphibians, reptiles, and fish. Together with the Great Salt Lake and Utah Lake, the Jordan River provides critical breeding, foraging, and resting areas for migratory birds.

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APAUTAH 2022 Award Ceremony

Congratulations to all of the APAUtah 2022 award winners! Please watch the recording here. CM credit is available.

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USU Young Alumna of the Year – Shannon Ellsworth, AICP

Shannon Ellsworth’s heart bleeds blue. A third-generation Aggie, Ellsworth spent her freshman year living in Snow Hall — named after her grandfather, Alva Snow. After graduating in 2013 with a bachelor’s in landscape architecture and environmental planning, Ellsworth worked to develop policies and solutions for natural resources and land management strategies throughout rural areas in […]

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Western Planner Award Nominations

With 2020 behind us we are looking forward to gathering in 2021 to recognize the hard work and honor the great projects and great people building and rebuilding their communities! Step up and shout out!

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Shining a Light on Outdoor Lighting Ordinances

Every community stands to benefit from reduced light pollution, whatever their size, demographics, and priorities may be.

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UDOT Bike Infrastructure Data Collection Project

Transportation and planning agencies across the country struggle with a lack of complete and accurate bicycle infrastructure data.

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Congratulations to the APAUT 2020 Award Winners

Recognizing planning excellence in Utah.

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Award Nomination Deadline Extended

Nominations Deadline: AUGUST 26, 2020 – 5PM   The American Planning Association Utah Chapter (APAUT) is accepting nominations for awards to recognize plans, projects, programs, and individuals that are making a significant contribution to planning in Utah.   Awards help recognize and reward those furthering planning practice in Utah and encourage others to learn from […]

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