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Residents Asked to Assist with Clearing Storm Drains and Gutters Before Strong Weekend Rain

Posted on: September 18th, 2020

Salt Lake City Department of Public Utilities is asking for assistance from residents to clear small debris from storm drain grates and gutters in front of their homes. The National Weather Service has reported possible rain starting Friday evening and continuing into Saturday for Salt Lake City. Residents’ assistance in this effort will help prevent […]

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COUNCIL: September 15th Council Meetings Recap

Posted on: September 15th, 2020

At today’s Council Meetings: The Council received updates from the Mayor’s Administration relating to City Proclamations Declaring Local Emergencies for COVID-19, March Earthquake, Recent Protests, and a September windstorm: Windstorm: The Administration reported the clean up is ongoing on all fronts, including the State, County, other cities helping, and the National Guard helping in Rose Park today. More […]

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COUNCIL: September 1 Council Meeting Recap

Posted on: September 1st, 2020

At today’s meetings, the Council: Received an update from the Mayor about the declared local emergencies (related to COVID-19, the March earthquake, and recent protests) and homeless services for the winter months. The Mayor shared a pre-recorded video to explain preparations for the combination of winter and COVID-19 safety. Called the “Citywide COVID-19 Winter Plan,” it focuses on […]

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Salt Lake City Asks for Community Input to Kick off Development of New Public Lands Master Plan, “Reimagine Nature”

Posted on: August 26th, 2020

SALT LAKE CITY – Salt Lake City is beginning development of a new Public Lands Master Plan. As an important first step, the city is calling on all community members to help reimagine the future of our Public Lands: the nature in our city that enhances the quality of our lives. The Public Lands Master […]

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