During the September 21 meeting, the Council received an update from the Police Chief about 51 police department (PD) vacancies citywide, an update on a City’s equity study, and more. […]
At today’s meetings, the Council approved extending, by a 6-1 vote, the Mayor’s August 20 proclamation declaring a local emergency related to COVID-19, rising cases, and resurgence of the Delta variant. With the emergency declaration extended for 30 days, the subsequent emergency order by the Mayor for masks in K-12 schools also is extended. […]
At today’s meetings, the Council received updates on the City’s latest crime statistics, how the City and its partners are preparing for the winter needs of people experiencing homelessness, the planned September 14 discussion on possibly continuing the mask mandate issued by the Mayor for K-12 schools […]
At today’s Council and Redevelopment Agency (RDA) Meetings:
The Council approved the City’s annual Capital Improvement Program and an honorary street name “Pastor France Davis Way” recognizing Reverend France A. Davis, who served as the Pastor of Calvary Missionary Baptist Church, a predominately African American congregation, for over forty years.
The Council also received updates on the City’s new Equity Office, the Mayor’s mask mandate for K-12 schools, and the City’s water conservation/water shortage contingency plans.[…]
At Today’s Council and LBA Meetings:
The Council was briefed on the City’s COVID-19 monitoring efforts. Mayor Erin Mendenhall shared that she asked the SLC School Board about its interest in a requirement for masks in the K-6 grades. […]
At today’s meetings, the City Council adopted a joint ceremonial resolution with Mayor Mendenhall declaring racism a public health crisis, received a drought update from the Department of Public Utilities, heard the latest COVID-19 data for SLC, and more. Read the recap here.
Thank you for your patience as the Council tested their first hybrid in-person/virtual Council meeting since the pandemic began and the earthquake. Stay tuned for details on upcoming meetings. Read today’s meeting recap here.
At today’s Special Work Session and Limited Formal Meeting, the Council discussed and voted on changes to the newly-passed budget that adjusts available funding as part of continuing labor union negotiations. Read the meeting recap here.
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.
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.