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Commercial Zone Revisions

Mon 02 May 2016 code, development

The city is currently revising our zoning and development ordinances for the commercial zone. This post outlines our process to date and shares the current drafts the council will be considering. We would like to hear your feedback if you have any concerns or suggestions.


Commercial Zone Survey

Fri 26 February 2016 code, development

The city is currently revising our zoning and development ordinances for the commercial zone. We recently conducted a survey to collect feedback from our residents regarding what uses they think should be allowed in the commercial zone. Thank you for your input! This article summarizes the results of the survey so you can see what your fellow residents think. We'll be taking this input into consideration as we revise our code.


Revising Our City Code

Thu 28 January 2016 code, development

The city is currently revising our zoning and development ordinances for the commercial zone. We will be collecting extensive public feedback to ensure that the changes reflect resident preferences and protect property rights. The changes will also be reviewed by our legal council to ensure that they meet the requirements of state and federal code. This post summarizes our process to date so that residents can be ready to provide feedback to the planning commission and city council.


Public Hearing on Congregate Care Facility

Wed 05 August 2015 development

On Tuesday, 18 August 2015, the planning commission will hold a public hearing on a congregate care facility proposed for the corner of Cedar Hills Drive and 4600 West. This facility is called the Rosegate at Cedar Hills Development and is a revision of a proposal that has been brought before the planning commission several times.


Congregate Care

Sat 06 December 2014 development

On Tuesday, 4 December 2014, the city council discussed how a congregate care facility fits into our development guidelines. The city council voted 3-2 to treat a congregate care facility as an assisted living facility. This was a complex decision with numerous ramifications for development in our commercial zone.


Amsource Development

Thu 08 May 2014 development

On Tuesday, 6 May 2014, Amsource submitted preliminary plans to the City Council for approval. This property is located at the southeast corner of Cedar Hills Drive and North County Blvd., directly across from Chase Bank. The proposal includes the construction of an America First Credit Union and two retail pads. Amsource is hoping to break ground as soon as possible and would like to have the retail pads open for the coming holiday season.


Development South of Lone Peak High School

Mon 05 May 2014 development

The Utah State Developmental Center has released a Master Plan for the portion of its land south of Lone Peak High School and north of the Murdock Canal. I will review this plan and discuss some of my concerns as this relates to Cedar Hills.


Another Review of City Code

Sat 03 May 2014 development

Doug Young, the developer who is proposing to build a senior living facility near the roundabout by Walmart, has revised his proposal to reduce the building to three stories from its original five. However, I have continued to hear concerns from residents about the size of the building and the density of the development. In light of the ongoing discussions, I would like to review our city code and development guidelines to explain why I feel this development is not in keeping with our planning documents.


Joint Meeting

Tue 12 November 2013 development

On Tuesday evening, November 12th, the Planning Commission and City Council held a joint meeting on the commercial development, with Doug White, the developer, and Cory Shupe, with Blu Line Designs.


Developer Tour

Tue 12 November 2013 development

Today the developer, Doug Young, took city staff and a couple members of the planning commission and city council on a tour of some of the sites he has developed. We got a chance to see some of his developments in Draper, Herriman and Sandy.