Springdale has a unique village atmosphere and small town feel. The unique sense of place and community character are some of the Town's most valuable assets. The Town has adopted land use plans and regulations to help maintain this unique village atmosphere, including:
The General Plan and Future Land Use Map
The Land Use Ordinance (includes the Zoning and Subdivision ordinances)
The Design Standards Manual (includes design guidelines for new construction and landscaping)
Construction Design Standards and Details
Other various plans and studies
Growth & Development
These plans, regulations, and standards are all built on community input and are designed to promote the community's vision for the future growth and development of the Town. The Town uses these land use regulations to help new and existing development promote the village atmosphere and small town feel.
The Planning Department administers the Town's land use regulations. In doing so the Department provides the following services:
Review of new development (residential, commercial, and subdivisions)
Long range planning
Regional planning (in partnership with the Zion Canyon Corridor Council - ZC3)
Community and economic development projects
The department's subpages describe the Town's land use regulations and planning process. Please use these pages for information on planning and zoning in Springdale.
Additionally, the Planning Department staff is available to answer any questions regarding planning and zoning. Please contact us at 435-522-4130. Thanks for your interest in community development in Springdale.