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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.

We recently released our public engagement report! Click on the button to the right to view findings from Envision Utah’s outreach. Thank you to everyone who has shared their thoughts, opinions, and concerns on the Inland Port.

The next Board meeting has been scheduled for October 17th at 4pm in the Utah State Capitol House Building, Committee Room 30.

 
 
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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 Engagement Process

Thank you to all who have attended the public input meetings so far!

Click here to view the public engagement report.

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