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Hurricane City to take public comment on proposed $3 billion ‘Disneyland experience’ development

By Markee Heckenliable, St. George News | Posted - Jan. 8, 2019 at 11:10 a.m.

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ST. GEORGE — During Hurricane City’s planning commission meeting this week, residents will have the opportunity to provide input on a proposed $3 billion development.

Dubbed the Cove Project, a developer plans to bring an outdoor theater with 1,200 seats and an amusement area to Hurricane. The proposed development sits on 351 acres right next to Sky Mountain Communities, a retirement community surrounding Sky Mountain Golf Course.

Map of the “Cove Project,” a proposed $3 billion development that would bring a 1,200-seat amphitheater and amusement area to Hurricane, Utah. (Image courtesy of Hurricane City, via St. George News)

According to the site plan for the “Lost Trails at the Cove” development, the plans for the project include an “Old West Town” complete with shops and restaurants, an arena for a “Disney Wild West Show,” an RV park and more.

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