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2333 West North Temple Street Rezone

Ordinance: Rezone at 2333 West North Temple Street

On April 5, 2022, the Council voted to approve a request from Mayor Mendenhall to remove 2333 West North Temple from the Airport Flight Path Protection Influence Zone A. The purpose of this influence zone is to prohibit residential uses in areas near the airport exposed to high levels of noise. While hotels and motels are allowed within this zone, residential use (stays greater than 30 days) is not.

The removal of this property from this influence zone allows the current building, the Airport Inn, to operate as an extended-stay hotel. Currently, the Airport Inn is being used as a hotel for people transitioning out of homelessness.

The nonprofit will now be able to operate the Airport Inn as multi-family housing, offer on-site social services that benefit residents of the facility, and accept housing vouchers.

April 5, 2022 Council Action

The Council adopted the ordinance at the Tuesday, April 5 meeting.

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March 22, 2022 Public Hearing

The Council held and closed a public hearing at the Tuesday, March 22 meeting. The Council is tentatively scheduled to take action on this request at its Tuesday, April 5 meeting. 

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March 1, 2022 Council Discussion

The Council received a briefing from the Mayor’s Administration at its Tuesday, March 1 meeting. The Council set a public hearing date for Tuesday, March 22.

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Aerial image with Airport Flight Path Protection Influence Zone A Overlay shaded red
Image credit: Salt Lake City Department of Airports

Aerial image with Airport Flight Path Protection Influence Zone A Overlay shaded red. Subject property is in the red hashed area.

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