Community Plans

Springville City has seven residential areas identified as communities.  A Community Plan is a document adopted by the City Council as a guide for the physical development of each community. It identifies the concerns and interests of the community, ranging from safety concerns such as sidewalks and code enforcement to how land is used and how those uses affect you.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the purpose of a Community Plan?
A Community Plan is intended to help City Officials take a closer look at concerns of specific residential areas of Springville. It helps identify problems and changes needed to make the community a better place to live. It creates a list of items that you and the City can work on to make your community a better place.

How can I get involved?
For more information on how to get involved, please call (801) 491-7861 or send an email.

Adopted Community Plans