At Tuesday’s meetings, the Council approved the City budget for the upcoming fiscal year, adopted a Juneteenth ceremonial resolution with Mayor Mendenhall, and received recommendations from the Racial Equity in Policing Commission. Read the meeting recap here.
SALT LAKE CITY — Salt Lake City Mayor Erin Mendenhall’s newly-adopted Fiscal Year 2021-22 City Budget puts the capital city further ahead on its journey toward greater equity and sustainability. The City Council passed the Mayor’s budget Tuesday evening. “I’m so pleased with this year’s budget process and appreciate the City Council’s careful consideration. Great […]
SALT LAKE CITY – On June 17 Public Services’ Fleet Division will have vehicles, trucks, equipment and miscellaneous items for up bid as part of an online auction hosted by TNT Auction. Bidding in the equipment and trucks auction will close on June 22, the miscellaneous items auction will close on June 23, and the […]
The Council approved the City budget for the new fiscal year, which starts starts July 1. The approved budget focuses on essential services such as road repair, public safety, housing, COVID-19 community support, and citywide equity issues. Read the press release here.
Salt Lake City Thanks Frontline Waste & Recycling Staff in Celebration of Waste & Recycling Workers Week
SALT LAKE CITY — Salt Lake City is thanking its frontline waste & recycling staff this week in honor of Waste & Recycling Workers Week which occurs annually the week of June 17. Salt Lake City employs 55 men and women who are responsible for collecting the refuse from 42,000 homes and businesses every week. Their essential […]
At today’s work session, the Council continued discussions on Unresolved Issues in the proposed budget, including funding for public engagement for Ranked Choice Voting, legislative intents and more. Read it here.
Budget discussions continue as we get closer to adopting the City budget for the upcoming fiscal year. Read today’s meeting recap here.
SALT LAKE CITY – Salt Lake City’s Youth and Family Division is sponsoring a Summer Food Service Program that will provide free meals to eligible children. Any child in the YouthCity summer programs who qualifies according to the USDA’s family size and income standards for free or reduced price meals, or who are members of […]
At today’s meeting, we received presentations on the proposed budgets for the Attorney’s Office and Information Management Services (IMS), and reviewed Unresolved Issues which are follow-up items to Council Member requests and questions on the proposed budget. Details in the meeting recap here.
At today’s meetings, the Council adopted a ceremonial resolution for Pride Month 2021, continued discussing plus held the second of two public hearings on the proposed budget, received an overview of the Capital Improvement Program (CIP), and more. Read the meeting recap here.