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Regional Training Events

COVID-19 Update – April Utah APA & ULCT Online Land Use Training

To adhere to COVID-19 social distancing recommendations the first 2020 land use legislative update was conducted over Zoom. You can watch the recording and view the files below:

Regular Training Schedule

ULCT & the Land Use Academy of Utah present:

Land Use 101 – Effective Land Use Decision Making

2020 Schedule

A Basic Training Session for Land Use Authorities … Yes, That’s You!

Topics covered in this training session include:

Typical Schedule:

9:00 AM-11:00 AM:

1. Statutory Powers and Duties of the Land Use Authority & Appeal Authority

2. Review of Land Use Planning Tools, General Plan, & Ordinances

3. How to make a Land Use Decision: The Legal Framework

11:00 Break

11:15-1:00 PM:

4. General Overview of Meeting Procedures & Required Public Hearings & Notice Rules and Procedures & State Ethics Review, GRAMA & OPMA

5. Conditional Use Permits & other fun land use topics

Where & When: The training will be broadcast from an in-person training at the USU Taylorsville site to USU extension sites. These are live interactive fun, fact filled, four-hour trainings. How else would you want to spend a Saturday?

June 13, 2020 -Land Use 101   9:00 AM – 1:00 PM

REGISTER: Land Use 101-June 13

From: Salt Lake

To: Logan, Price, Moab, Orem, Kaysville, Vernal, Tooele

*Bicknell & *St. George TBD

October 24, 2020 -Land Use 101 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM

REGISTER: Land Use 101-October 24

From: Salt Lake

To: Blanding, Logan, Orem, Vernal, Kaysville, Price

*St. George & *Kanab & * Ephraim TBD

December 5, 2020- -Land Use 101   9:00 AM – 1:00 PM

REGISTER: Land Use 101-December 5

From: Salt Lake

To: Logan, Kaysville, Moab, Orem, Toole, Price

*St. George TBD

Cost: Free!

All attendees can receive a certificate of completion from the League after each session.

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