Thriving in Place
The Council is reviewing the City’s draft anti-displacement plan, Thriving in Place. The plan studied the factors driving displacement in Salt Lake City and identified strategies for the City to help residents remain in their homes and neighborhoods.
Northpoint Small Area Plan
The Council is reviewing the Northpoint Small Area Plan. If approved, the plan will help guide future growth in the northwest part of Salt Lake City. The area is approximately between the Salt Lake City International Airport and the northern SLC boundary line. [...]
FY2023-24 City Budget
The Council-approved City Budget starts July 1, 2023, and ends June 30, 2024. Budget amendments happen several times a year to reflect adjustments to the adopted fiscal year budget. Amendments may include proposed project additions and modifications.
Continue reading for details on the FY2023-24 budget and budget amendments to date.[...]
Affordable Housing Incentives
The Council is reviewing a proposal intended to promote affordable housing construction citywide.
754 S. State St Rezone
The Council is considering a proposal to rezone 10 parcels at approximately 754 S State Street. If approved, the property owner, Intermountain Healthcare, states they intend to redevelop the property and build a hospital. [...]
Dangerous and Boarded Buildings Permit Fee Increase
The Council is reviewing a proposal to increase permit fees for the owners of dangerous and boarded buildings in Salt Lake City. [...]
Fleet Block Rezone
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 adopts plans and funds programs to help improve connectivity and grow our robust transportation network. [...]
Water Conservation Tips
Water conservation is an especially pressing issue in Salt Lake City’s arid climate. Here are some tips and suggestions to help save water, and incidentally save yourself some money on your utility bill at the same time. Some of these options are as quick and easy as changing a daily habit, while others may involve […]
General Obligation Bond & Sales Tax Bond
This November, Salt Lake City voters have an opportunity to vote on the Parks, Trails, and Open Space General Obligation (GO) Bond, which provides the opportunity to build on existing investments to enhance the public lands system.[...]
Homelessness in SLC
The Council has dedicated time and effort through legislative oversight and policy-setting authority over the last several years to supporting unsheltered community members. [...]
Since 2016, affordable housing has been a top City Council priority when the Council adopted the Growing Salt Lake Housing Plan and created new funding for affordable housing. The Council and the Mayor’s Administration are working together to address Salt Lake City’s housing crisis by improving access to affordable housing and incentivizing the development of housing units.
Racial Equity & Policing
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.[...]