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Current Proposals

Listed below are some of the significant proposals the Council is currently working on. Check out the Council’s recent meeting agendas to see more proposals–both big and small–the Council has recently discussed and voted, or view proposals from the Mayor that have not yet been scheduled on a Council agenda.

 

Recently Completed Proposals:

Utah Inland Port Zoning Amendments

Posted on:November 9th, 2018
Although there are no active proposals before the City Council related to the Utah Inland Port, we still wish to keep residents up to date with the latest information from the Utah Inland Port Authority. The port authority invites City residents to participate in upcoming open houses to learn more about the port. Attendees will […]

Small Cell Wireless Infrastructure

Posted on:November 8th, 2018
Residents may see some street work or new poles in the near future. In the long term, this expands capacity for and access to 5G internet. Recently, the Council approved non-exclusive agreements with ExteNet Systems for small cell wireless infrastructure. ExteNet’s application is the first of many expected to come to the Council. Read the […]

Dog Off-Leash Ordinance Amendments

Posted on:November 8th, 2018
The Council is discussing proposed changes to the City’s process for designating dog off-leash areas. The proposed changes would simplify and expedite the process by delegating it to the Administration. During their July 31, 2018 briefing, the Council asked staff to prepare recommendations for keeping the Council involved in the process and ensuring there’s a […]

“Funding Our Future” G.O. Bond & Sales Tax Increase

Posted on:November 7th, 2018
In August 2018, the Council unanimously approved placing the Streets Reconstruction Bond, estimated to raise about $87 million for a package of road reconstruction projects, on the 2018 General Election ballot. Salt Lake City residents approved the bond which will raise property taxes, but only slightly, about $5 a year for the average homeowner. “The […]