Utah League of Cities and Towns

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Regional Training Events

Housing, transportation, and referendum practical workshops:

The Legislature passed new mandates for Moderate Income Housing and new rules for Referenda and Initiatives. Join us for two comprehensive three-hour workshops on what these new laws mean on May 14 at the Hotel RL (Red Lion) in Salt Lake City. Presenters will include legislators, city leaders, and attorneys on the front lines of pivotal issues for cities and towns this year.

Moderate Income Housing – How to understand the new requirements that each municipality must implement before December 1, 2019. A team of key leaders in crafting the legislation will join officials from the Division of Housing and Community Development so local leaders know what is expected to accommodate housing affordability. Cosponsored by the Utah League of Cities and Towns and the Utah Chapter of the American Planning Association with a grant from the Office of the Property Rights Ombudsman. Tuesday, May 14, 2019 at Hotel RL (Red Lion), 161 West 600 South, Salt Lake City. Continental Breakfast at 8:30, session starts at 9 a.m. Check out the latest draft of the Seminar Agenda here. THREE HOURS OF CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT APPLIED FOR – ATTORNEYS, PLANNERS, REAL ESTATE, APPRAISERS AND MUNICIPAL CLERKS.

Referenda and Initiatives – On the heals of a Supreme Court Decision and legislation that changes how citizen petitions are started and processed, developers, city staff, elected officials and citizens need to know how the new rules affect them. Join those who crafted the legislation and understand the issues in a discussion of what it means to the city, town or county involved and to the community at large. Cosponsored by the Utah League of Cities and Towns and the Utah Chapter of the American Planning Association with a grant from the Office of the Property Rights Ombudsman. Tuesday, May 14, 2019 at Hotel RL (Red Lion), 161 West 600 South, Salt Lake City. Session starts at 1:30 p.m. in the same facility as the Housing Seminar referred to above. Check out the latest draft of the Seminar Agenda here. THREE HOURS OF CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT APPLIED FOR – ATTORNEYS, PLANNERS, REAL ESTATE, APPRAISERS AND MUNICIPAL CLERKS.

Cost? Just $50.00 for each session, including continuing education credit (applied for) for Attorneys, Real Estate Professionals, Appraisers, City Clerks and Planners. Sign up for either seminar or both

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Moderate income housing and general plan implementation for cities

In addition to the ULUI workshop, LUAU is providing a targeted training for the 82 cities that must comply with SB 34’s moderate income housing requirements on May 18th

Agenda:

9:00 AM – Introductions/Overview (ULCT)

9:45 AM – Housing and general reporting requirements (DWS Community Development Dept.)

10:15 AM – Resources for your general planning (WFRC)

11:15 Land Use and Transportation Q&A 

The training will anchored at the Utah State University location in Taylorsville (920 West Lavoy Drive) and broadcast to the following USU sites:

• Logan-USU Distance Education Building, 5100 Old Main Hill, Logan, UT 84321
• Moab-125 W. 200 S. Moab, UT 84532
• Orem-1875 South State Street Orem, UT 84097
• Kaysville- 80 E. Sego Lily Dr. Kaysville, UT 84037
• Vernal-320 N Aggie Blvd (2000 W) Vernal, UT 84078
• Brigham City- 989 S Main Street Brigham City, UT 84302
• St. George- 75 West Tabernacle Street St. George, UT 84770
• Richfield- 800 W. 200 S. Richfield, UT 84701

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