CAMP WILLIAMS — The public is invited to attend public community meetings about the Camp Williams joint land use study implementation project.
Residents can learn of the project's status, review final draft recommendations, learn about actions underway and provide input to the project team. The project consultant will present the project committee's final draft recommendations and seek public input, as well as answer questions for the public.
The meetings are 6-8 p.m. Wednesday at Herriman City Hall, 13011 S. Pioneer Street; and 6-8 p.m. Thursday at Saratoga Springs City Hall, 1307 North Commerce Drive, Suite 200.
The project's implementation area includes the southern portions of Herriman and Salt Lake County, as well as portions of Eagle Mountain, Saratoga Springs, Lehi and Utah County.
Funded through a grant from the Department of Defense's Office of Economic Adjustment, and contributions by Eagle Mountain, the project is a cooperative land-use planning effort conducted as a joint venture between an active military installation, surrounding counties and cities, and other affected stakeholders.
The overall goal is to protect the viability of current and future missions at Camp Williams while accommodating growth, sustaining the economic health of the region, and protecting public health and safety.
For more information, visit www.campwilliamsjlus.com.
A quorum of the planning commissions and city councils may be present from the cities involved in the project, but no items will be presented for approval, and no decisions will be made.