Regional Planning

Regional Planning

CIB Application Due Dates

To help facilitate the process of planning and applying for CIB funds, SEUALG requests that applicants meet with the Regional Planner at least a month before an application is made to CIB (See table below for a timeline). Failure to do so may result in an application being held by CIB until the next funding trimester. If you have any questions or to schedule a meeting, please contact Tamara Dockstader at 435.613.0029

Due Date Applicant meeting with Regional Planner
February 1st
Beginning of January
June 1st
Beginning of May
October 1st
Beginning of September

To assist applicants with the application for CIB funding, the following table contains the percentage of federal lands located within the boundaries of the following counties.

Federal Land Percentage by Counties

County Percentage of Federal Land Usage
San Juan

CIB Application Funding Video Tutorial

The Regional Planning Program is funded by the Utah Permanent Community Impact Fund Board (CIB).  The purpose of the program is to assist local communities in the various planning efforts.  The following are just a handful of planning related activities that are done as part of the regional planning program;

  • Land Use
  • General Plans
  • Affordable Housing Plans
  • Capital Improvements Planning
  • Economic Development Planning
  • Tourism planning
  • Grant writing assistance

The Regional Planner is also the local liaison for the CIB.

This means that the planner can assist the various cities, towns, counties and special service districts within the region with the CIB process including;
  • application preparation
  • capital improvements list generation
  • capital improvements list amendments
  • general technical assistance.
County Current Capital Improvements List Prior Lists
San Juan

Other Useful Regional Planning Tools

The Community Development Office (CDO) housed in Workforce Services and the Seven County Infrastructure Coalition each have resources that are useful to community planning.  Click on these logos for links to those resources

Transportation Planning

SEUALG is the Regional Transportation Coordinating Office

SEUALG is responsible for maintaining a Coordinated Human Service Public Transportation Plan and its accompanying Title VI plan for the southeastern Utah region.

To voice a Title VI complaint 

Click one of the buttons below for a form

What Are Your Transportation Needs?

Click on the blog page button below to voice your transit needs.

Transit Feasibility Study

Request for Proposal to be released: TBA

Recent Transportation News and Meetings

Transit Committee Meetings

Carbon and Emery Transit Committee
  • Jul 13, 2020 – Online via Google Meet
  • Aug 13, 2020 – Online via Google Meet
  • Sep 15, 2020 – Online via Google Meet
  • Oct 21, 2020 – Online via Google Meet
  • Jan 11, 2021 – Online via Google Meet
Grand and San Juan Transit Committee
  • Jul 28, 2020 – Online via Google Meet
  • Aug 25, 2020 – Online via Google Meet
  • Sep 25, 2020 – Online via Google Meet
  • Oct 26, 2020 – Online via Google Meet
  • Upcoming Jan 25, 2021 – Online via Google Meet

For more information about Regional Planning, The CIB process or Transportation Planning in Southeast Utah contact

    Tamara Dockstader
    Tamara Dockstader

    Community Development  Program Manager

      Colton Judd
      Colton Judd

      TANF Family Housing, VITA, Transit Program Manager