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The land in Draper where the former Utah State Prison was located is state-owned and under the direction of The Point of the Mountain State Land Authority. The development for the land is known as The Point - a multi-phase project that is expected to start construction of infrastructure in 2024-25, followed by vertical construction of phase one in 2025-26.
For background, including plans and process, a timeline and updates, please visit thepointutah.org.
City code restricts fireworks use at City parks and recreation facilities. This code was implemented due to fires and damage and debris at parks caused by fireworks use.
To see the Draper City Fireworks Restrictions map, and for full details on fireworks and fire prevention, click here.
The city has not considered requiring electrical vehicle charging stations. The code includes a minimum number of parking spaces per unit and spaces for guest parking. Within that required number of spaces is included the requirement for handicapped accessible stalls. A developer can provide the electrical charging stations as well and those spaces count towards the required number of stalls.