The Salt Lake City Council has appointed Sarah Young as the latest representative for Council District 7, which includes Sugar House. Council Member Young was appointed during a third round of votes and was sworn in immediately after. […]
The Salt Lake City Council will soon appoint a representative to fill the vacant District 7 City Council seat following former Councilwoman Amy Fowler’s resignation, which became effective July 3. […]
The Salt Lake City Recorder’s Office is accepting applications to fill the City Council District 7 vacancy following Councilwoman Amy Fowler’s resignation, which is effective July 3. All eligible residents with a passion for public service are encouraged to apply. […]
Salt Lake City Council Adopts ‘Responsive’ City Budget, Prioritizes Affordable Housing and Homelessness
The Salt Lake City Council adopted the City’s approximately $2 billion annual budget for Fiscal Year 2023-2024 (FY24). The General Fund, which represents $448.5 million of the annual budget, includes substantial investments in programs to address the dual crises of housing instability and homelessness. […]
The Salt Lake City Council will soon decide who will be appointed as the Council District 7 representative once Councilwoman Amy Fowler’s resignation is effective on July 3. The process to vet, interview and appoint a candidate to serve until January 2024 is expected to go as follows […]
The Council would like to express our support for Councilwoman Amy Fowler in her decision to resign. […]
The Salt Lake City Council invites the public to share feedback on the proposed FY2023-24 City budget during the first of two scheduled public hearings tonight at 7 p.m. Constituents are encouraged to tell Council Members about the City services and projects they believe should be prioritized while the Council works to balance the budget.
As a body, we would like to address the recent news regarding Councilwoman Amy Fowler and the allegations against her. […]
Salt Lake City Council members selected Darin Mano and Victoria Petro to serve as the Council Chair and Vice Chair, respectively, for 2023. […]
Investments in housing, public safety and infrastructure among Salt Lake City Council’s key 2022 accomplishments. The Salt Lake City Council closes 2022 with a year-in-review recap of notable legislation.