Utah State law requires every city to adopt a General Plan as part of that city's entitlement process. The General Plan provides an overall picture of what the community values, both now and in the future, and how those values will be protected and implemented. A General Plan must include; a land use element that designates the long-term goals for both public and private uses of land; a transportation and traffic circulation element correlated with the proposed land use element of the general plan, and; an estimate of the need for, and a plan for, the development of additional moderate income housing within the city. A General Plan also includes implementation strategies for reaching the articulated goals within the Plan. The City's General Plan is primarily used when the Planning Commission and Council are making land use decisions like rezones and changes to the zoning ordinance that shape the growth of the city. Holladay City adopted this General Plan in 2016 as a complete update of the previous plan adopted shortly after incorporation.
Small Area Master Plans: