Salt Lake City

Sugar House Temporary Shelter

Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, the State of Utah, Shelter the Homeless, and other service provider partners are working toward a change to winter homeless shelter accommodations. Pending Council action at a special meeting on January 17th, within the next week, the vacant RDA-owned building at 2234 Highland Drive will be opened for overflow shelter space until April 15, 2020. The Weigand Center will continue to operate as a day shelter and the hub for homeless services, but will no longer function as an overnight warming center. From the Weigand Center, people seeking overnight shelter will be offered shelter at St. Vincent de Paul or provided transportation to one of the three Homeless Resource Centers (HRCs) or the Sugarhouse Temporary Shelter (STS). The STS will operate only as an overnight shelter, with transportation back to the Weigand Center in the morning, and will not remain open for shelter during the day. Read more…

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