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Halloween is deadline to apply for Salt Lake City art, culture and event grants

Posted on: October 22nd, 2018

Organizers may have to work at a frightening speed if they want to apply for Arts, Culture and Events (ACE) Fund before the October 31, Halloween, deadline. The Salt Lake City Mayor’s Office is giving $200,000 this year to promote and support neighborhood and community events. Events supported by ACE help support the city’s goals […]

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COUNCIL: 10-16-18 Council Meeting Recap

Posted on: October 16th, 2018

At Tuesday’s meeting, the Salt Lake City Council: adopted a proposal to allow Accessory Dwelling Units, commonly known as mother-in-law apartments, in more parts of the City. The Council held and closed a public hearing at which 14 people spoke, before approving the ordinance in a 5-1-1 vote. Learn more about the ordinance here. held and […]

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COUNCIL: 10-9-18 Council and RDA Board Meeting Recap

Posted on: October 9th, 2018

At Tuesday’s meetings: the Council discussed a Council-initiated proposal to amend the City’s Complete Streets Ordinance, which states all City-owned streets should be safe for a variety of types of users, and that as roads are constructed and reconstructed, bicycle and pedestrian ways should be added or enhanced. Discussion centered on the need for additional changes […]

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Small cell antennas coming to SLC neighborhoods: New Utah law allows small cell antennas in rights of way throughout state

Posted on: October 5th, 2018

Salt Lake City and cities across Utah will see more small cell antennas popping up in neighborhoods to help meet the growing demand for mobile and data services. The small cell antennas will supplement existing cellular facilities such as cell towers. They are likely to be placed in areas where there is an increased demand […]

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Salt Lake City reviews emergency test with downtown terrorist attack scenario

Posted on: October 4th, 2018

Salt Lake City Emergency Management conducted a city-wide emergency response exercise on October 4, featuring a scenario of an active terrorist attack downtown. The drill, which tested new communication equipment that could be used in a terrorist attack or natural disaster, focused on the vulnerability of open spaces and popular gathering places known as soft […]

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COUNCIL: Recap of the October 2 Meeting

Posted on: October 2nd, 2018

At Tuesday’s meeting, the Council: discussed a report of rate recommendations for the City’s water and sewer services, which also includes proposed adjustments for miscellaneous fees related to utility services. The City periodically commissions a comprehensive study of what customers pay for their public utility services in order to ensure water, sewer, stormwater and street […]

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