Moderate Income Housing & the TIF/TTIF

SB 34 Overview

SB34 requires municipalities to adopt strategies aimed at encouraging affordable housing to be eligible to receive investment funds from the Utah Department of Transportation. It offers Utah municipalities a menu of 25 strategies they can pursue to encourage affordable housing such as waiving development fees, allowing accessory dwelling units (ADUs), renovating aging homes, and adopting zoning that encourages construction of high density housing near transit lines. More information on the Moderate Income Housing Requirements can be found HERE.

Progress Summaries

Communities, counties, and metro-townships meeting specific population thresholds are required to submit an annual update on progress made in furthering their Moderate Income Housing plan. UDOT then uses those reports to determine eligibility and priorities for communities requires to submit the report.

Cities and Counties Required to Submit




Moderate Income Housing Compliance Status Map