At today’s Council Meetings: The Council held a moment of recognition at 3:30 p.m. to honor the lives lost to COVID-19. The Council noted that federal CARES Act funding is in the works; it could mean more than 7 million dollars in rental and housing assistance or other COVID related services for City residents. The Council […]
The Council and Mayor are working jointly to move full speed ahead on several fronts at once to address this issue.
We are committed to continuing the conversation surrounding race and equity.[…]
The Redevelopment Agency Board elected a new leadership team for 2021. Ana Valdemoros will serve as Chair and Dan Dugan will serve as Vice Chair. The RDA Chair serves a two-year term, the Vice Chair serves a one-year term. […]
We denounce the violence that occurred yesterday in Washington, D.C. and at our own Capitol. It is time to foster change in the partisanship that divides us. […]
At tonight’s meeting, the Council selected Amy Fowler, who represents District 7, as the Chair and James Rogers, who represents District 1, as the Vice Chair. […]
SALT LAKE CITY – City Council Members have elected a new leadership team for 2021.
At the Council’s January 5 meeting, the seven-member group chose Amy Fowler, who represents District 7, as the Chair. James Rogers, who represents District 1, was chosen as the Vice Chair.
SALT LAKE CITY – The year 2020 in Salt Lake City was calamitous, to say the least. There was a windstorm that took out more than 1,000 trees, earthquakes in March, a series of protests and rallies on equity and policing, and the ongoing worldwide pandemic. […]
The Council is reviewing a proposal from the Mayor’s Administration to create a new zone (Form-Based Urban Neighborhood 3) and whether to apply that new zone to the 10-acre city block located between 300 and 400 West and 800 and 900 South, also known as the Fleet Block. […]
The Council is reviewing a proposal from the Mayor’s Administration to amend the City’s zoning regarding the RMF-30 Low Density Multi-Family Residential District to remove barriers to housing development.[…]
At today’s SPECIAL LIMITED FORMAL MEETING At a special meeting today, the Salt Lake City Council adopted an ordinance enacting a temporary land use regulation to allow a temporary overflow homeless shelter at approximately 2333 West North Temple. The need to care for people who are unsheltered in freezing temperatures required additional winter shelter. The decision […]