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Meeting Recaps

June 11, 2024 Meetings

Posted on: June 12th, 2024

The Council voted to adopt a nearly $2 billion annual budget for Fiscal Year 2024-2025 (FY25), received a follow-up briefing on Smith Entertainment Group’s (SEG) proposed Sports, Entertainment, Culture, and Convention District (SECC), joined Mayor Erin Mendenhall to declare June 19 as Juneteenth Freedom Day and June 20 as World Refugee Day in Salt Lake City, and more […]

June 4, 2024 Meetings

Posted on: June 5th, 2024

The Council held the second of two scheduled City Budget public hearings, held an initial discussion intended to narrow down the list of budget items the Council is potentially interested in changing, authorized assistance for the Fairmont Heights Senior Housing Development project, and more […]

May 21, 2024 Meetings

Posted on: May 22nd, 2024

The Council joined Mayor Erin Mendenhall in designating June as Pride Month in Salt Lake City, held a public hearing on the proposed Capital City Revitalization Zone/Sports, Entertainment, Culture, and Convention District, received a follow-up briefing and accepted public comment on a proposed property tax increase by the Metropolitan Water District of Salt Lake and Sandy, and more […]

May 14, 2024 Meetings

Posted on: May 15th, 2024

The Council received a revenue update and an overview from the Administration of the Mayor’s Recommended Budget, received YouthCity Government’s Youth State of the City Address, received a briefing about the 2024 Resident Panel Survey Results, and more […]

May 7, 2024 Meetings

Posted on: May 8th, 2024

The Council received briefings on the proposed budgets for the Department of Airports, Library, and the Metropolitan Water District, received a briefing from the Smith Entertainment Group, County Mayor Jenny Wilson, and City Mayor Erin Mendenhall on their general goals and plans for a potential Capital City Revitalization Zone around the Delta Center and the new NHL team, discussed, took comment on, and adopted a portion of Budget Amendment No. 5, and more […]

April 16, 2024 Meetings

Posted on: April 17th, 2024

The Council was updated on the progress of SB 272, the Capital City Revitalization Zone Bill, held a public hearing and approved an ordinance to enhance enforcement on unlawful construction and demolition in historic zones, received a briefing, accepted public comment, and continued the public hearing on Connect SLC, a visioning document that will guide the next 20 years of transportation projects in the City, and more […]

April 2, 2024 Meetings

Posted on: April 3rd, 2024

The Council received a briefing on a proposal to strengthen enforcement tools for developers that demolish historic structures without going through the required City process, was briefed on a proposal to rezone properties in the Ballpark neighborhood, received a briefing and adopted a resolution to initiate the Northpoint annexation process and more […]

March 26, 2024 Meetings

Posted on: March 27th, 2024

The Council approved a joint project between the Salt Lake County Housing Authority, acting as Housing Connect, with First Step House, joined Mayor Erin Mendenhall in recognizing March 31 as International Transgender Day of Visibility, held a public hearing and approved the creation of the Yalecrest-Princeton Heights Local Historic District, and more […]

March 19, 2024 Meetings

Posted on: March 20th, 2024

The Council received a follow-up briefing on a second amendment to the FY2023-24 Library budget, received a briefing on a proposed rezone and development agreement for properties in District 1, as the Redevelopment Agency (RDA) Board, voted to allocate nearly $18 million for affordable housing, and more […]

March 5, 2024 Meetings

Posted on: March 6th, 2024

The Council held a follow-up discussion and adopted amendments to the City’s Landscaping and Buffers rules, joined Mayor Mendenhall in recognizing March as National Women’s History Month, received a follow-up briefing and adopted a resolution authorizing the lease of 1.175 acres at Sunnyside Park to the University of Utah, and more […]