Industrial & Business Parks 2016-11-01T09:54:44+00:00

Industrial and Business Parks

The following information is a summary of the development characteristics of the Tremonton Business Park and the Tremonton Industrial Park.

The Tremonton Industrial Park and Business Park have the advantage of easy access to the I-15 interchange, which provides access to all of the major north/south and east/west interstate trucking routes. Utah is known as the “crossroads of the West.”

An international airport is located in Salt Lake City, about 70 miles to the south. It is a Delta Airlines hub, serving most major cities in the United States and parts of Europe and Asia.

Rail access is via the Oregon Short Line Railroad right-of-way, adjacent to the Industrial Park, which can provide service to any parcel within the Industrial Park and selected parcels within the Business Park. Major carriers serving the region are the Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad and the Union Pacific Railroad.

In order to entice development compatible with the community’s goals and objectives, Tremonton City has undertaken an aggressive program for infrastructure and amenities development to provide high quality industrial and business park sites to prospective developers and tenants.

Tremonton City is committed to providing a positive development climate and a cooperative working relationship with businesses and developers in order to entice high quality businesses. Priorities are placed on attracting industry and development that create jobs that are compatible with the existing job market, with the emphasis on creating jobs.

It is intended that the Business Park and Industrial Park support interests presently existing in the business community as well as to diversify the economic base, and to attract compatible businesses, not only in terms of the surrounding community, but also with respect to each other.

 

Business Park Industrial Park
Size
103 acres, with parcels ranging from 4.5 acres to 12.5 acres in size.
192 acres, with parcels ranging from 10.3 acres to 26.5 acres in size
Location
Just east of the I-15 of I-15 Interchange at 1000 North in Tremonton
East of the I-15 Inter- change along 1000 North between Iowa String Road and the Oregon Short-line Railroad Right-of-Way
Access
Fronts on Iowa String Road to the west and 1000 North to the south and is 2,700 feet from the I-15 inter- change.
Fronts on 1000 North and Iowa String Road and is 3,400 feet from the I-15 interchange.
Zoning
Master Planned to be zoned MD-B which is the ideal zoning for a business park. It allows light manufac- turing in certain compatible commercial uses as well as office, research, etc. also intended to protect business developments from encroachment of uses adverse to their operation and expansion.
Master Planned to have a M-D zoning which is identified as an indus- trial district to pro- vide locations for light manufacturing, indust rial processes and ware It is housing not producing objectionable effects to be established, main- tained and protected The regulations of this district are designed to protect the environ- mental quality of the district and adjacent areas.
Surrounding Uses
North: Agriculture in Box Elder County
East: The Tremonton Industrial Park
South: Commercial Zoning, agricultural and residential development.
West: I-15 Interchange and land Master Planned to be (CH) Commercial Highway
North: Agriculture in Box Elder County
East: The Oregon Shortline Railroad line right-of-way and some residence develop- ment, but primarily agricultural development of the City of Garland.
South: Commercial Zoning, agricultural and residential development.
West: The Tremonton Business Park.
Topography
The site is relatively level. It slopes appro-level. ximately 10 feet in 2,500 feet or .65 feet per 100 feet.
The site is relatively It slopes appro- ximately 10 feet in 2,500 feet or .65 feet per 100 feet.

Ammenities

Proposed water features, fountains, and weirs to enhance the aesthetic character of the Business Park. Rail service on selected sites.
Service by the Oregon Shortline Railroad right-of-way
Storm Drainage
A large irrigation channel crosses the site. All flows will be contained within the channel. Storm water from lots will be detained on site and then discharged to the channel or to the street curb and gutter storm drainage channels, if discharge requirements of the canal company are met with respect to solids and pollutants.
Storm water from lots will be detained on site and then discharged to the street curb and gutter storm drainage channels, if discharge requirements of the canal company are met with respect to pollu- tants and solids. If finish grade require- ments do not allow access to the curb and and gutter system, storm drainage will have to be retained on site.
Soil and Ground Water
A preliminary soils and ground water investiga- tion has been completed and is available. Soils are suitable for develop- ment.
A preliminary soils and ground water investiga- tion has been completed and is available. Soils are suitable for deve- lopment.
Prior Uses
The site has only been used for agriculture.
The site has only been used for agriculture.

Easements

Irrigation ditches cross the site in easements. Proposed railroad spurs may cross some sites.
Proposed and existing railroad spurs and irri- gation ditches cross the site in easements.