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Public Input Requested on Salt Lake City Council Budget Process

Posted on:May 16th, 2023
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. 

Council Statement On Fowler Incident

Posted on:May 10th, 2023
As a body, we would like to address the recent news regarding Councilwoman Amy Fowler and the allegations against her. [...]

2023 Council Leadership

Posted on:January 4th, 2023
Salt Lake City Council members selected Darin Mano and Victoria Petro to serve as the Council Chair and Vice Chair, respectively, for 2023. [...]

SLC Council 2022 Year-in-Review

Posted on:December 30th, 2022
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.

Mayor, City Council Issue Joint Statement to Chernivtsi, Ukraine a Salt Lake Sister City

Posted on:August 2nd, 2022
Salt Lake City Mayor Erin Mendenhall and the Salt Lake City Council issue the following joint statement regarding the ongoing crisis in Ukraine.

SLC Council approves $425.5 million for FY 2023 City Budget 

Posted on:June 15th, 2022
The $425.5 million will fund major investments in capital improvements, affordable housing and neighborhood quality of life enhancements.

SLC Council to host City Budget Q&A

Posted on:May 27th, 2022
Join Council Members Dan Dugan, Darin Mano, and Amy Fowler on Wednesday, June 1 from 1 to 2 p.m. for a live Q&A on the proposed City budget.

SLC Council completes the redistricting process by adopting a new district map for the decade ahead

Posted on:May 11th, 2022
The Salt Lake City Council adopted new council district boundaries during their May 10 meeting, with a unanimous Council vote. The selected map adjusts the boundaries of six of the Council Districts (all but District 1). This new map is effective upon signature and will be in place for the next ten years.

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