NWQuad: Infrastructure Build

The Salt Lake City Public Utilities Department is committed to providing generous support, planning, and investment to ensure the provision of water, sewer, storm water, and street lighting services to the Northwest Quadrant. As the total investment is estimated to be over $90 million, with substantial cost-sharing between State and City funding, the Northwest Quadrant represents a “once-in-a-generation” opportunity to plan infrastructure and support future development. 
The following includes critical infrastructure scheduled to be completed at the end of 2018:
New roads that will serve as the main backbone to future transportation needs and to accommodate the necessary water, sewer, and other important infrastructure within their right of ways.
New sewer collection and water transmission lines with the capacity to meet the combined needs of the new prison and future development of the NW Quad.
Upgrades to the existing sewer collection system on the west side of Salt Lake City to accommodate future development of the NW Quad.
Development of a flood plain analysis and drainage master plan by the State to support design of the future city storm water system.
With sustainability and infrastructure goals working hand-in-hand, the NW Quad is poised to become one of the most attractive and viable economic hubs in the nation.