• Development Impact Fees in the Rocky Mountain West, 2nd edition
    J. Bart Johnson and James van Hemert, (eds.)
    RMLUI’s publication provides a detailed overview and discussion of federal constitutional law, state statutes, and case law that govern the imposition of development impact fees in the eight Rocky Mountain states: Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming. The book includes discussion of salient issues and provides guidelines for workable and defensible implementation of development impact fees.
    RMS4 121 pages (2006) $59.95
  • Regional Land Use Planning in the West: Case Studies and Lessons Learned
    William C. Davidson and Marcus A. McAskin, (eds.)
    These eight case studies (from Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Nevada and Alberta, Canada) take a methodical, practical look at the difficult issues involved in successful regional land use planning: the public involvement, political, legal, and fiscal implications. Taken together, these case studies offer valuable lessons, including political pitfalls to avoid and how best to maintain consensus and momentum throughout the process of forming and continuing a regional organization. A “how-to” textbook for local governments to assist communities in initiating and implementing innovative policies and workable multi-jurisdictional growth management efforts.
    RMS3 85 pages (2001) $45