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Project: Cache Valley South Corridor Development Plan

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Landmark Design (LDI) managed a multi-disciplinary team in the preparation of a corridor master plan for a state highway that passes through Cache County and three municipalities.  The project included a complex public involvement process, including close coordination with Wellsville, Nibley, Logan, Cache County, UDOT, Utah State University, property owners, representatives from the agricultural and trucking industries and others.

The project leveraged public input to identify issues and to receive input on review four alternative growth scenarios. This resulted in a Preferred Plan that limits future development to buffered nodes located along connecting roadways, which will preserve the beautiful mountain setting in the distance and the dominant agricultural landscape alongside the highway.

Landmark Design had complete responsibility for the planning process, public involvement, coordination with media and preparation of news articles, and final plan documentation.  The Plan was completed late summer 2011, each of the project partners signing a Memo of Understanding (MOU) that they supported the plan and work to implement it in a cooperative manner.

Final Document: Cache Valley South Corridor Development Plan


Utah Chapter American Society of Landscape Architects
Award of Merit (2012) 

Utah Chapter American Planning Association
Award of Merit (2014)

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Small Area Plans

Project type:
  • planning
  • public involvement
  • transportation
  • small area plans

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