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Planning & Transportation
County Resources Management Plan For Public Lands
Wasatch Canyons General Plan Update
Active Transportation Implementation Plan
Mountain Planning District
Corridor Preservation Fund
Transportation & Land Use Connection
Review the Final Plan
After a public hearing, the plan was approved on July 18th, 2017.
What is it?
State requirement from
House Bill 323 (2015)
and as amended by
House Bill 219 (2016)
Every county is required to adopt a County Resource Management Plan (CRMP) reviewing 28 resources including: mining, land use, livestock & grazing, irrigation, agriculture, fire management, noxious weeds, forest management, water rights, ditches & canals, water quality & hydrology, flood plains & river terraces, wetlands, riparian areas, predator control, wildlife, fisheries, recreation & torurism, energy resources, mineral resources, cultural, historical, geological, and paleontological resources, wilderness, wild & scenic rivers, threatened, endangered, and sensitive species, land access, law enforcement, economic considerations, and air.
Each county’s CRMP will be compiled into a statewide RMP
What land is covered in this plan?