Planning and Zoning Division

The Planning and Zoning Division guides the industrial, commercial, and residential development of Santaquin City.  The division ensures that essential services and infrastructure are in place to meet the present and future needs of Santaquin residents. Additionally, the division seeks to enhance the quality of life of Santaquin residents and promote community pride, attractiveness and cooperation. The division assists the City Council and Planning Commission by providing technical analyses, research and recommendations.

The primary day-to-day functions of the division include the review of public and private development projects and development of short- and long-range planning goals, development review, and inspection of projects.  The division administers the General Plan and the Land Use and Development Management Code, develops capital facilities plans, performs policy analysis, generates data reports, and performs program administration (sign regulations, housing, landscaping, design review, agricultural preservation, conditional use permits, zoning, etc.)


Santaquin City is developing a Storm Drain Master Plan

Come be a part of the process by commenting on storm drain needs.

Please visit to provide comments.

You are also invited to a Public Open House to learn more about the Storm Drain Master Plan.

WHEN: Tuesday, March 21, 2017

 5 - 7 PM

WHERE: Senior Center

  75 West 100 South

  Santaquin, UT 84655


Contact Norm, Dennis, or Jon at 801-754-3211 if you have any questions.


Quick Links:

 Online Application Portal           Facilities Plans
 Annexation     General Plan
 City Code     GIS/ Mapping/Zoning
 Code Enforcement     Planning Commission

 Current Development Projects 

 Development Services  


Additional questions:  Please call (801) 754-1011 


Mountainland Association of Governments

Mountainland Association of Governments is currently working with Summit, Utah, and Wasatch counties as well as a consultant to engage the public in our planning process and understand which public lands resources are most important to the residents of our cities. 


Your Utah Your Future


Utah is growing. By the year 2050, the population will nearly double in size. You can have a voice in shaping the way this growth occurs.

Governor Herbert recently started the 2014 Your Utah Your Future project to help plan for and retain Utah’s great quality of life for us, our children, and our grandchildren. You can participate in this effort by playing the Build Your 2050 Utah Web App where you’ll be able to make choices about Utah’s future and watch them come to life. Afterwards, you’ll have a chance to invite those in your social networks to do the same.

Please participate by visiting