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- White City Code Update Titles 18 & 19
White City Code Update Titles 18 & 19
PUBLIC HEARING ANNOUNCEMENT
White City has now created a draft version of Title 18 and Title 19 to present to the public at a public hearing. On April 27th, the Commission will hold a public hearing where participants will have the opportunity to provide feedback on the Titles as drafted. If members of the public wish to comment but cannot attend the meeting, comments may be sent to Wendy Gurr (WGurr@msd.utah.gov). Prior to opening the public hearing, the Planning Commission will hear a presentation from planning staff regarding the drafted Titles. This item affects all areas within White City Metro Township. The drafted sections of Title 18 and Title 19 will be proposed as a repeal and replacement of existing Titles 18 and 19 of the Municipal Code.
Public Hearing Date: April 27th, 2023 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (in-person ONLY, please arrive on time for the presentation)
Public Hearing Location: Glacier Hills Elementary School, 1085 E Galena Drive, Sandy UT 84049
PUBLIC HEARING MATERIALS
Public Hearing Staff Report
Title 19 Public Hearing Draft
Title 18 Public Hearing Draft
Download the Public Hearing presentation:
Public Hearing Presentation Slide April 2023
For the past year, the White City Council and White City Planning Staff have been reviewing Title 18 (Subdivisions) and Title 19 (Zoning) of the White City Metro Township Municipal Code. The goal of these reviews is as follows:
- To correct any errors, inconsistencies, or ambiguity. This is to prevent White City’s land use code from being challenged in court and will also help build more defensible actions for the Planning Commission and Council when making land use decisions.
- To update from older, outdated practices. Some of the methods used in the land use code are outdated and can cause ambiguity.
- To make the code more compatible with White City's Updated General Plan (adopted in 2022).
- To make the code easier to understand for residents and property owners.
- To ensure the code is compliant with state regulations.