At their April 5, 2022 meetings, the Council:
- Heard an Affordable Housing Briefing from the Community and Neighborhoods Department (CAN) on various plans in the works to help the City respond to the growing housing crisis. This is the first in a series of briefings about projects currently in process that may have an impact on the growth and development of the City. These include expanding affordable and “missing middle” housing. There will be further public engagement and discussions to come.
- Heard a Reimagine Nature 20-Year Master Plan Briefing from Public Lands on creating a Citywide sustainable system of parks, natural lands, and urban forests. A public hearing is scheduled for April 19 and the Council may adopt the plan after that.
- Public Comments can be made at reimagine-nature-slcgov.hub.arcgis.com
- Approved a rezone at approximately 2333 West North Temple Street allowing the Airport Inn to operate a new model of extended-stay hotels as transitional housing to advance the City’s overall goals related to homelessness.
- and more!
Read the full April 5 recap