Kearns Metro Township

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Welcome to the Kearns Long Range Planning Page! This page hosts information about current and past planning activities, including projects, plans, visioning, and more. In the panel to the right, you can find contact information for Kearns' long-range planner, as well as quick links to important websites and documents. To the left, explore related pages on Kearns' General Plan, Current Projects, and Completed Projects. Check back often for updates!

Get Involved 

Do you want to learn more about a project? Do you have a project idea of your own? Or do you want to join a working group or contact list? Please contact your long-range planner. You can also sign-up to receive updates from the MSD by visiting the Notify Me® Webpage.

Hot Topic: Transportation Planning

Did you know? Kearns is working to create a safe and connected transportation network for users of all ages and abilities. Learn more about the community's transportation initiatives by clicking on the images below.

Image from Kearns' On-Street Parking Study. Click on this image to visit webpage.
Kearns' Mobility and Transit Website Clip. Click on this image to visit webpage.
Vision from Kearns' Active Transportation Plan. Click on image to visit webpage.
Kearns' Healthy Utah Community Initiative. Click on image to visit webpage.

About Kearns

Kearns is located between Mountain View Corridor and Bangerter Highway from 4700 N to 6200 S in the beautiful Salt Lake Valley. The community was incorporated as a Metro Township in 2017. It is home to 36,723 people and is younger and more diverse than most municipalities in Salt Lake County. The community includes 4.8 square miles of land, most of which is developed. Kearns is home to the Utah Olympic Oval, Kearns High School Cougars, and the Kearns Oquirrh Park Fitness Center. USANA Amphitheater and South Valley Regional Airport border the community.

Kearns is governed by the Kearns Metro Township Council (including the Mayor). Kearns also has a Planning Commission and Community Council. The community pools resources with other Metro Townships, the Town of Brighton, and Unincorporated Salt Lake County through the Greater Salt Lake Municipal Services District.