Rulon joined the team in 2006, he is responsible for executing the Daybreak community’s entitlement-based master development agreement and functions as the primary liaison with South Jordan City elected officials and department heads. Rulon is also responsible for builder engagement, including residential land sale transactions.
Noteworthy Daybreak projects include the renegotiation of secured residential entitlement from 13,667 to 20,785 units, the 20-year South Station and Commerce Park CDAs totaling $75 million in potential reimbursements, and the reassignment of targeted builder impact fees reflecting a projected combined savings of $54 million through build-out.
Rulon currently serves as a developer-appointee on both the Daybreak Master Association and Daybreak Community Council (LiveDAYBREAK) boards. He is also involved in local chapters of ULI and APA. He is a frequent presenter on developer/community partnerships and land use issues.
Pre-Daybreak experience includes 15+ years as an environmental/land use planning consultant. Relevant projects include community master plans and zoning ordinances, natural resource management plans and environmental studies, and public involvement/community outreach processes.
Rulon earned a Master of Public Administration and a Bachelor of Science in Urban Planning from the University of Utah.