“Look closely at the present you are constructing. It should look like the future you dream of.”
The Planning Department’s responsibilities include:
Herriman City is a very different place today than it was just a few years ago. Rapid growth during much of the last decade, followed by a significant slowdown during the past few years provided an opportunity for the community to catch its breath and take stock of where it is headed. The Herriman 2020 Plan was adopted in 2009 to provide direction and vision for the future. However some of the details have since become outdated, others are missing, and new areas and projects have emerged which need to be incorporated into the plan.
In order to make sure the 2020 Plan continues to represent the vision of the community, a new study is being undertaken to address the elements that are lacking or incomplete.
The General Plan is a key tool for defining the vision of what the community wants to be and how it will get there over the next ten to twenty years. The document is used by the City’s planners, Planning Commission and City Council when making land use decisions and when establishing land use and budgetary priorities in the community.
No person or persons at any one residence or property within the City shall at any one time own, harbor, or license more than three adult dogs, three cats, or two ferrets, and no more than four total animals in any combination.
Two horses are allowed on one-half acre or four horses per one acre in the following zones; A-.25, A-.50, A-1, and R-1-21. Please check the Zoning Map if you are unsure which zone you are in.
Chickens are listed in the ordinance as “family food production” and are allowed in the following zones; A-.25, A-.50, A-1, and R-1-21.
Herriman City does not regulate fencing type. Please contact your HOA (if applicable) for information regarding fence type.
Please see the Building Department Page for questions regarding placement and permit requirements.