Initiative Seeks Vision For Utah's Growth

Initiative Seeks Vision For Utah’s Growth
Posted on 04/27/2015

Envision Utah is launching an initiative that seeks to establish a vision for growth in our state over the next 35 years.

Organizers have asked all residents to take a moment and fill out a survey at http://envisionutah.org

Cottonwood Heights City officials, along with concerned leaders and citizens from all over Utah, support the initiative’s efforts to gather 50,000 Utah voices to establish a vision for how to keep Utah a great place to live as our population prepares to double by 2050. This effort was initiated by Governor Herbert and is being led by Envision Utah, a local not-for- profit agency that focuses on reasoned growth principles. 

Your opinions will be asked on a variety of topics, including agriculture, air quality, disaster resilience, education, energy, housing & cost of living, jobs & economy, public lands, recreation, transportation & communities and water. You can select the choices you like best in these areas and vote on what you want Utah to be like in 2050.

To take the survey or to find out more about the Your Utah, Your Future effort, visit envisionutah.org.