A story about transformational land-use planning in the rural West. When it came to land planning, Sheridan County, Wyoming eventually turned to the Sonoran Institute, a Tucson-based organization that aims to help fast-changing western communities retain their core land, scenic, and cultural values.
Fact sheet summarizing report that identifies three residential subdivision types that are common in the American West: ranchette, rural exurban, and metro infill. Then, with a focus on Natrona County, Wyoming, the study takes a detailed look at how each type impacts county expenditures and revenues.
This study examines the fiscal impact of three types of residential development common in the American West: Ranchette, rural exurban, and metro infill. The focus area of the study is Natrona County, Wyoming, which shares many attributes with other counties in the American West.