We need your voice to help shape the future of Utah.
By the year 2050, Utah's population will nearly double. What will that mean for our schools? The quality of our air? Our water? Our economy? What do you want Utah to be like in 2050? You can decide by taking the Your Utah Your Future survey at envisionutah.org. Your answers will help create a vision for keeping Utah a great place to live.
Wasatch Choice for 2040 Toolbox
The Vision is working.
Find out how with hands-on sessions demonstrating how the toolbox is already making a difference across the region. The tools have helped to facilitate unique solutions for long-term sustainability and stable, vibrant neighborhoods. These sessions will provide real-world applications for you to make better decisions in your community.
Your Utah Your Future Workshop
How we grow matters.
This growth depends on the choices we all make. Attendees will be part of this decision-making process and will provide input on the Your Utah Your Future initiative via an interactive workshop that focuses on topics such as water, air quality, education, economic development, transportation and more.
Christopher B. Leinberger is a land use strategist, teacher, developer, researcher and author, balancing business realities with social and environmental concerns. Mr. Leinberger is:
- President of Locus; Responsible Real Estate Developers and Investors
- The Charles Bendit Distinguished Scholar and Research Professor, George Washington University School of Business
- Nonresident Senior Fellow at Brookings Institution in Washington DC
- Founding Partner of Arcadia Land Company, a New Urbanism and transit-oriented development firm
His most recent book is The Option of Urbanism, Investing in a New American Dream. He is the author of Strategic Planning for Real Estate Companies and has contributed chapters to 12 other books. He is an Op-Ed Contributor to the New York Times, writes regularly for The Atlantic Monthly and numerous other magazines. CNN, National Public Radio, Atlantic Cities Channel, Washington Post, among others, have profiled him.