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In early 2017, Envision Utah partnered with some of the most knowledgeable planners, designers, community development leaders, and other professionals to host the first annual Quality Communities Academy, a two-hour academy covering topics essential to the development of successful centers. Click here to learn more about the first Quality Communities Academy.
The Quality Communities Academy is tailored towards planning commissioners and city councilors and focused on some of the most important topics and considerations for developing quality communities. Academy speakers included Julie Bjornstad from the Wasatch Front Regional Council, Jim Wood from the Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute, Ari Bruening from Envision Utah, Evan Curtis from the Governor's Office of Management and Budget, and Susan Becker from Zions Bank. The second Quality Communities Academy was held on May 19th, 2018.

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Click here for the promotional flyer for the 2018 academy.

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The workshop was broadcast through the Utah State University Extension campuses in eight counties across the state. These locations included Salt Lake City, Kaysville,  Brigham City, Utah State University, Orem, Vernal, Ephraim, St. George, and Moab.

A recording of the academy follows:

Thank You to the Academy's Sponsors!

Vibrant Neighborhoods Level

Daybreak Communities 4C

Main Street Level

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