||In the last six years Utah has experienced an unprecedented economic boom. Economic growth has attracted large numbers of residents from other states to Utah. High in-migration, combined with a consistently growing resident population, has applied pressure on Utah's existing transportation, water, sewer, educational, and recreational facilities. The need to preserve Utah's quality of life and plan for infrastructure improvements has given rise to Quality Growth Efficiency Tools (QGET), a cooperative civic/private regional growth management initiative. This report details the progress of the QGET technical committee in providing growth-related information to planners, elected officials and the general public. It will show what information is currently available to analyze the impacts of urban growth through historical trends and future projections.