Wasatch Boulevard
Master Plan
INTRODUCTION
In 2017, the city was awarded an $85,000 grant from the Wasatch Front Regional Council to conduct a long-range master plan study on the Wasatch Boulevard corridor. 

The Wasatch Boulevard Master Plan is a project led by the city that will guide the future evolution of Wasatch Boulevard and the communities it serves. The Plan focuses on the corridor between Interstate 215 and the mouth of Little Cottonwood Canyon. It is a partnership with Wasatch Front Regional Council in collaboration with the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT), Utah Transit Authority (UTA), Sandy City, City of Holladay, Salt Lake County, and other stakeholders.

This planning effort will paint a comprehensive picture of the corridor, develop a long-range vision for the corridor, and develop strategies to achieve that vision.

OPEN HOUSE #1
An open house was held on November 16, 2017 at city hall. The purpose of that open house was to:
  • Introduce the project
  • Present the draft goals for the project
  • Present the draft results of the existing and future conditions analysis
  • Provide opportunities for the public to provide feedback and input on the corridor and the study so far

A survey was presented at the open house, and was also available to take online. Here are the results of the survey and the comments made at the first open house.

OPEN HOUSE #2
The city hosted a second public open house on Monday, March 19th from 5:30 to 7:30 at City Hall.

The first open house drew the engagement of over 100 community members who contributed valuable perspectives and great ideas for achieving the goals of the study. Now, the project team is back with a series of potential concepts for achieving those goals. These include ideas for street and transportation improvements as well as for land use along the corridor.

The second open house:

  • Provided an overview of the project so far
  • Summarized the results from the first open house
  • Presented the project team's assessment of how well these concepts and scenarios achieve the corridor goals
  • Provided opportunities for the public to give perspective and feedback on the potential project concepts and alternative scenarios
DRAFT PLAN
The Planning Commission will take public comment on the draft plan on July 11th at 6:00 pm. Click here to review a copy of the draft plan.