When building ANY type of structure, please contact Development Services (435)755-1640 to find out what permits are required before any construction is started.
Before pursuing any development, use the GIS Parcel Summary Tool to determine the legality of your parcel.
Responses Due: 12:00 PM on Friday, March 15, 2024
Cache Trails is seeking consultant assistance for Design/Engineering and Construction Management of the Deep Canyon Trailhead project.
The trailhead provides public access to Wayne's Loop (currently closed), Mendon Peak, and the Wellsville Mountains Traverse trails as well as providing connections to other trails. Wayne's Loop was built circa 2016 and exploded in popularity during 2020. The current trailhead does not support the number of users and their vehicles. This project will provide adequate parking with an improved trailhead, increase all users' safety, and allow Wayne's Loop to reopen.
Please contact Landis Wegner, Regional Trail & Active Transportation Coordinator, with further questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cache County adopted the Comprehensive General Plan Update on February 28, 2023 for the areas within unincorporated Cache County, with strategic plans and studies (Appendices B, C and D) to support regional collaboration between the County and partner municipalities.
The General Plan synthesizes data and public feedback to describe current conditions and envisions the future of unincorporated Cache County, and how the County can coordinate growth, development and land preservation with municipalities.
This General Plan meets the required State laws for general planning for land use, and includes the following supplemental Appendices to support Countywide Planning efforts: The Regional Collaboration Plan, Urban and Rural Area Assessment, and Cost of Services.
Please contact Stephen Nelson with further questions: email@example.com.
Amended February 14, 2023 (Download)
Moderate Income Housing Report - 2021
To learn more about the Countywide Planning, Trails and Active Transportation, and Geographic Information (GIS) Departments and how they can assist your community, check out this interactive StoryMap.
Our office also includes the Countywide Planning and Development Office (CPDO) and works with the Cache Metropolitan Planning Organization (CMPO). Select an icon below to access their respective websites.
Cache Metropolitan Planning Organization