126.96.36.199 Support the protection and restoration of the lakefront and wetland areas in a natural state. Identify and protect wildlife corridors, and encourage less impactful uses (trail use, hiking, birding, and photography) focused on ecological attributes and experiences.
188.8.131.52 Provide a range of educational opportunities that complement the recreational experience and showcase the lake’s physical characteristics, biological uniqueness, and cultural resources, as well as its socioeconomic significance.
184.108.40.206 Control and effectively manage existing invasive species (e.g., carp and phragmites) to minimize their negative effects on Utah Lake natural resources. Implement programs to prevent additional invasions.
220.127.116.11 Pursue site-specific enhancements and engineering solutions (e.g., recreated deltas, urban and riparian forests, mixed-use storm water detention areas, selective dredging and diking, revegetation) consistent with the Utah Lake Master Plan.
18.104.22.168 Attain high-quality lake water (chemically, biologically, and visually) free from deleterious contaminants and suitable for its beneficial uses.