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As defined by the Salt Lake County Open Land Trust Fund Advisory Committee, is a parcel of land in a predominantly open and undeveloped condition that is suitable for any of the following:
Open space lands may be preserved, enhanced and restored in order to maintain or improve the
natural, scenic, ecological, cultural, hydrological, or geological values of the property. The location of Open Space lands, as supported by the functions of the Open Land Trust Fund Advisory Committee, shall be located in Salt Lake County. Only a small portion therein may extend into another contiguous county. As characterized above, the term "undeveloped" does not include manmade structures of historical significance.
Each project must meet the following criteria in order to be considered:
The Trust Fund committee considers a wide range of values, public benefits, and location when making recommendations. The Committee is striving to develop a diverse portfolio of critical lands for the public and future generations. The committee considers: