Participants and organizers gather Saturday, Oct. 26, at a plant collection effort at the future Arroyo Crossing affordable housing development in the 2000 block of Spanish Valley Drive.
The Moab Area Housing Task Force invites the community to a discussion on Vail, Colorado’s innovative deed restriction program at 12:30 p.m. at the Grand Center or 5:30 p.m. at City Hall Nov. 5.
Architect Courtney Kizer and her husband, Steve Evers suffered a setback Tuesday in their quest to develop Murphy Flats, a 37-unit affordable housing project when a Grand County Planning Commission short three members failed to approve making a favorable recommendation to the Grand County Council.
Namaste? More like No-maste.
Construction of the 36-unit MAPS Senior Housing development at the end of Park Drive near Moab Regional Hospital is underway.
Despite reducing the scope of a planned apartment
complex by more than 70 units, the proposed View Gate Terrace affordable
housing subdivision planned for 1248 South Highway 191 has stalled due to a
number of concerns raised by public officials and people who live near the
The Grand County Council on Aug. 20 voted 4-2 to approve the Arroyo Crossing Planned Unit Development overlay and associated master plan, inching closer to development of the 300-unit, 42-acre affordable housing project planned for 2022 Spanish Valley Drive.
It’s hot, it’s hard work, and sometimes the time spent at the group camp managed by the Southeastern Utah Association of Local Governments on the Navajo Reservation in southeastern Utah can be a little inconvenient, but it is worthwhile to those who participate.
The power of reaching out played out Aug. 6 when the Grand County Council held a public hearing to take public comment on the Arroyo Crossing affordable housing project off Spanish Valley Drive.
A proposed high-density housing overlay apartment complex featuring more than 220 units on a nearly 20-acre parcel on land currently zoned rural residential continues to draw strong opposition from neighbors.
In a 6-1 vote, the Moab City Planning Commission July 3 voted to favorably recommend ordinances that would remove lodging as a protected use inside city limits with the exception of existing lodging businesses.
The Grand County Planning Commission on Tuesday voted to make favorable recommendations on plans for two high-density housing overlay projects representing more than 500 new long-term rental homes and homes for sale.