The Point of the Mountain Development Commission has selected Envision Utah to help lead a long-range visioning effort for the Point of the Mountain
Please join us on December 19 to discuss our visioning process and begin working to ensure the Point of the Mountain has a bright future.
Point of the Mountain Stakeholder Kickoff
December 19, 2016
Adobe Lehi Campus
3900 Adobe Way, Lehi, UT 84043
Last month, the Point of the Mountain Development Commission selected Envision Utah to help the commission lead an effort to create a strategic, publicly supported, long-range plan and implementation framework for the future of the Point of the Mountain area. We’ll kick off that effort with a workshop on Monday, December 19, at the Adobe Lehi Campus from 2:30 to 4:30pm.
This process will center on input both from the public and from you—those who have a role in the future of the Point of the Mountain.
We’re looking for your expertise in the many questions that need to be considered like
• What will it take to continue to foster strong economic growth and create jobs?
• What are employees and employers looking for?
• How do we ensure a high quality of life for residents in and surrounding the area?
• What kinds of community and housing types are needed to match workforce needs?
• What kinds of recreation and open space are needed in the area?
• What are the transportation issues and what are the possible solutions?
• What are the water, power, internet, and other infrastructure needs that we need to consider?
Just to name a few.
The growth at the Point of the Mountain is already going on. The goal of the commission is to create a practical, ready-to-implement vision for what the whole Point of the Mountain area can be as that growth continues.
We need your input!
In preparation, you can also visit pointofthemountainfuture.org to tell us your big ideas for the future of the Point of the Mountain. While you’re at it, please invite your family, your coworkers, your friends and neighbors to do the same. This will need to be a collaborative process in order to work, and we want as many people involved as possible.