Sand Hollow, 2136 acres

Washington, Utah


Located by the Sand Hollow Reservoir, the project has been called a “mini-Lake Powell.” The Sand Hollow project required a unique approach to planning to provide recreational opportunities and support residential quality. Restaurants, retail commercial and a wide variety of housing densities are nestled into the natural land forms, leaving clear site lines to the massive ridges and promontories.

The Land Use Master Plan for Sand Hollow was the result of extensive site investigation and analysis, it is the primary tool for formulating both immediate and long-range goals and is the vase of future planning and design strategy. It will be used to generate and evaluate available alternatives and implement hose which are most attractive. The major components of the Land use master Plan are vicinity studies, land ownership, topography, geological features, slope analysis, drainage, soils, BLM analysis, land exchange, views and vistas, and existing facilities and programs. These elements interconnect and correlate to form the backbone of an open space system and environmental planning.