Per the provisions of 10-2-401.5, Utah Code Annotated, all Utah municipalities are required to adopt an Annexation Policy Plan. In this Annexation Policy Plan, cities are required to develop an expansion area map and plan for the future growth of the community for the next 20 years. The Annexation Policy Plan helps the City plan for future expansion of the City’s boundary. The City of North Salt Lake (“the City”) adopted its first Annexation Policy Plan in February of 2003.
In 2020, property owners in Salt Lake County requested the City consider amending the Expansion Area Map to include their properties (lands contiguous to a portion of the City’s west boundary along the Jordan River.)
The 2021 Annexation Policy Plan update replaced all prior annexation documents and provided opportunity for the elimination of islands and peninsulas of unincorporated county between municipal jurisdictions.
In 2022, the Davis County Commission voted Sept. 27 to recommend that the City of North Salt Lake annex the Val Verda area of Davis County (known as Area B). The City has begun the process of researching this proposal. More Information
Annexation Process as defined by Utah State Code.