Representative Lowry Snow is the co-chair of The Point of the Mountain State Land Authority board. He has been involved in discussions about The Point for a number of years and in 2018, ran legislation that created the board he now co-chairs. He recently shared some of the history of the past five years of discussion, gathering input and data, planning and the creation of a framework for the 600+ acres as well as a look at what’s next.
The Framework Plan gives an overview of the vision of The Point development and was released in August. It includes input from over 10,000 Utahns and has a number of key components, including sustainability, easy access to open space, future-oriented transportation options, and a focus on innovation across housing, business and education sectors. You can read more about the plan here, and watch our discussion below.