Date of Award
Master of Landscape Architecture (MLA)
Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning
Santaquin residents value their open spaces, trails and gathering spaces. Greenways are a space-efficient form of open space that can ensure a community has access to these amenities.
This greenway master plan is a cumulative result of work compiled and completed by students from Utah State University’s Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning department, Santaquin residents, and city government. Extensive community engagement occurred through USU’s senior capstone and Charrette projects, and this master plan coincides with the planning conclusions made in these projects.
This plan represents a conceptual layout and design of a greenway system in Santaquin, UT. These plans are meant to justify and inspire the inclusion of a greenway system in the city’s plans, in hopes that a system of similar breadth and qualities can be built and maintained by the city of Santaquin for the benefit of generations to come.
Kola, Ian, "The Santaquin Greenway System: Preserving the Future of Santaquin Trails and Open Space" (2022). All Graduate Plan B and other Reports, Spring 1920 to Spring 2023. 1663.
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