Mountain Transportation

Mountain Transportation

The Central Wasatch Commission is tasked with coordinating amongst jurisdictions and engaging the public to seek solutions for canyon traffic in the Central Wasatch Mountain Range. The CWC undertook the Mountain Transportation System initiative in 2020, and now is embarking upon the Big Cottonwood Canyon Mobility Action Plan.
Short-Term Projects

Short-Term Projects

The Central Wasatch Commission funds short-term projects throughout the study area. The projects focus on environmental and recreational stewardship, and environmental education throughout the study area. Since 2020, the CWC has dispersed over $150,000 to small projects throughout the study area.
Environmental Dashboard

Environmental Dashboard

The Environmental Dashboard is an online tool for the public, land managers, policy makers, technical users, and you to learn about air quality and climate, water, vegetation communities, wildlife, and geology and soil in the Central Wasatch Mountains. The Dashboard was unveiled after nearly seven years of work in 2022.

Get Involved

Public Meetings
The CWC meets publicly at Millcreek City Hall the first Monday of every other month.
The CWC seeks volunteers with a wide array of skill sets and knowledge bases.
Stakeholders Council
The Stakeholders Council is an advisory group to the Central Wasatch Commission.
Public Comments
The CWC accepts comments from the public pertaining to its scope of work.

Building On Mountain Accord

Mountain Accord was an unprecedented agreement to build a lasting plan to preserve the Central Wasatch. The Central Wasatch Commission is continuing to realize the collaborative vision contained in the Mountain Accord charter.

Central Wasatch Commission Member Jurisdictions