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APA Utah Fall Conference Speaker

Lyle Gibson, AICP

Assistant Community Development Director.
Farmington City

Lyle has been working in city planning since 2011 after graduating from the University of Utah. He was introduced to working in municipal planning as an intern with West Valley City before working as a Planner in the Salt Lake County office of Township Services until 2014. The majority of Lyle’s career to this point was spent working with Kaysville City as a Planner, Zoning Administrator, and Community Development Director (2014-2021). He currently works for Farmington City as the Assistant Community Development Director.

Session(s):

Zoning – Carrot vs. Stick »

2022 Fall Conference, September 9, 2022 10:10 am

Decade’s long planning practices show that most zoning ordinances in Utah, and nationwide, include PUD (or PRUD) standards which provide incentives such as increased density in exchange for improved (and unimproved) common area(s), better architectural design, etc., but these standards are often primarily limited to residential development. This session presents additional planning tools to encourage stronger commercial, mixed use, and residential projects to help achieve affordable housing goals, better mixed use, trails, open space, public improvements, and cutting-edge design. Such tools include mechanisms to meter residential development in mixed-use areas, a commercial equivalent to residential PUDs, development agreements, special exceptions as opposed to variances, finer grain density bonuses, increased building height allowances, TDRs, and more. Planners from Farmington City and North Salt Lake will discuss and present examples they have adopted and implemented in their respective communities.

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