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Utah’s Inland Port is a landmark opportunity for us all, but it will take collaboration and foresight to maximize our prosperity and ensure we maintain our great quality of life—both now and in the future.

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Background

The Utah Inland Port area is one of the few remaining undeveloped areas of Salt Lake County. It sits at the intersection of two interstate freeways, major national railways, and an international airport which puts the area in high demand for expanding warehouse, distribution, and manufacturing. In addition, Utah’s population will nearly double in the coming decades, creating the need for more jobs and for greater ability to move people and goods.

The Inland Port Authority was created to engage with interested organizations and individuals to establish a strategic plan that maximizes economic and other benefits while maintaining a high quality of life.

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Public Input Forums

We are in the preliminary phases of gathering public input related to the proposed inland port. Thank you to all who have attended the input meetings so far. If you haven’t been able to make it, please come to our third public forum.

Thursday, March 28 | 6 - 8 p.m.
SL County Council Chambers
2001 State Street, North Building
SLC, UT 84190

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Meeting Agendas

View board meeting agendas, minutes, and other related paperwork below.

 

February 27, 2019

January 23, 2019

  • Amended Agenda

  • DRAFT December 12, 2018 Meeting Minutes for board approval

  • DRAFT December 27, 2018 Meeting Minutes for board approval

  • Meeting Minutes (forthcoming)

December 27, 2018

  • Stadler Rail Proposed Project Area

    • Stadler Rail Exhibits

    • Resolution Adopting Area Plan

    • Notice of Public Hearing regarding proposed Stadler Rail Project Area

  • Public Engagement Request for Proposal Statement of Work