The Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute, in partnership with the Ivory-Boyer Real Estate Center, tracks building permit activity across the state, publishing the quarterly Ivory-Boyer Construction Report and maintaining the Ivory-Boyer Construction Database.
The construction report provides in-depth analysis of both residential and non-residential trends. The public-use database contains 40 years of detailed monthly permit data for Utah localities. Real estate professionals, planners, economists, researchers, business, leaders, and public officials rely on the report and database to make informed decisions.
Reference the data dictionary here.
Visit the Ivory-Boyer Real Estate Center website.
Notice: The Ivory-Boyer database display is changing!
The legacy database layout will be available until April 30th.
Access the new Ivory-Boyer Construction Database here.
For detailed data on cities, counties and the state from 1994 to the present please follow the relevant link:
Please note: reports are current through January 2019.
Access the database below. This will no longer be available May 1st.