Eastern Summit County Planning District
ZONING CHANGE INFORMATION
The Summit County Council voted unanimously on April 18, 2018 to make amendments to the Eastern Summit County Development Code (Title 11 to the Summit County Code), Chapter 3: Zoning Districts and Requirements, and Chapter 4: Development Review Processes and Procedures—Master Planned Developments, as well as amendments to the Official Zoning Map of Eastern Summit County.
These amendments officially take effect on June 1, 2018. However, under Pending Ordinance provisions of Utah State Code, these amendments may be utilized by County Staff prior to the effective date.
Changes to the Eastern Summit County Development Code Chapter 3: Zoning Districts and Requirements, and to the Official Zoning Map of Eastern Summit County include (click link for additional information):
- Elimination of the Highway Corridor (HC) Zone
- Elimination of the Agriculture Protection (“AP”) Zone and the Agriculture-Grazing 100 (“AG-100”) and Agricuture-Grazing 160 (“AG-160”) Zones
- Creation of Agriculture 5 (“AG-5”), Agriculture 10 (“AG-10”), Agriculture 20 (“AG-20”), Agriculture 80 (“AG-80”), Residential 2.5 (“R-2.5”), and Village Overlay (“VO”) Zones
- Modifications to the Land Use Chart
- Modifications to Appendix “A”: Definitions
Changes to Chapter 4: Development Review Processes and Procedures—Master Planned Developments include modifying the Master Planned Development (MPD) applicability requirements for base density applications from 10 or more lots to 4 or more lots.
New Zoning Map (Interactive)
Planning Commission Agenda and Staff Reports
Planning Commission Agenda and Staff Reports for each meeting are made available online on the Friday preceding the meeting.
The Planning Commission meets regularly on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month.
|Meetings are held at:|
|Summit County Courthouse
60 North Main St.
Coalville, UT 84017
Eastern Summit County Planning Commission
The Eastern Summit County Planning Commission is made up of residents of Eastern Summit County who serve three (3) year terms.
Some responsibilities of the Planning Commission include:
- Preparation of the Eastern Summit County General Plan.
- Review and make recommendations to the County Council regarding amendments to the Zoning Map;
- Review and make recommendations to the County Council regarding amendments to the Eastern Summit County Development Code;
- Hear, review, and approve or disapprove all applications for conditional uses, long term temporary uses, or subdivisions.
The current membership of the Eastern Summit County Planning Commission is listed below:
|Tom Clyde - Chairemail@example.com|
|Don Sargent - Vice Chairfirstname.lastname@example.org
There are 2 governing documents that guide any area's growth and development: