At today’s meeting, the Council:
- received a briefing about a proposal to adjust the boundaries between Salt Lake City and the City of Millcreek. Currently, a small area bounded by 1300 East Street, Highland Drive, Miller Avenue and Woodland Avenue would become part of the Millcreek, as well as a roundabout located at approximately 2300 East and 2700 South. Both parties have agreed that this and any future potential boundary adjustments will not include the area known as “Brickyard Plaza.” Elected officials from Millcreek and Salt Lake City, including the Council and the Mayor, have been meeting over the past several months to discuss possible boundary adjustment options between the two cities. This begins a months-long public boundary adjustment process governed by State law, including a public hearing on November 17th at 7 p.m. The City of Millcreek will also hold a public hearing in November.
Watch the discussion from today’s meeting video below.
- discussed five proposed contracts with Salt Lake County that would reimburse the City for $8.87 million for various transportation projects and studies. The Council is expected to consider these contracts at the September 17 formal meeting. These projects include:
- $4.3 million to design and construct the 900 South multi-use, urban trail from 600 West to Lincoln Street. The Redevelopment Agency (RDA) of Salt Lake City will also participate in the project from 300 West to West Temple Street.
- $2.8 million to design and construct Life on State improvements between 600 South and 900 South on State Street.
- $942,500 to develop a multi-modal Sugar House greater area circulation study and transit alternatives analysis to evaluate a possible extension of the S-Line streetcar line or other Sugar House to Millcreek transit.
- $400,000 for a conceptual design and study of a transit corridor and multi-modal transit hub along 200 South between 600 West and 900 East.
- $300,000 to identify a site, develop a preliminary facility and cost estimates for a multi-modal bus hub near North Temple and Redwood Road.
- released nearly $1.8 million from a holding account after the Council received additional information about housing programs that will be funded by Funding Our Future revenue. The Council also approved a new annual process for the Housing and Neighborhood Development Division (HAND) to select community organizations that apply for funding to provide local housing programs.
- approved a new contract for animal control services with Salt Lake County through June 20, 2022.
- approved multiple rezones.
Visit the Council’s agenda page for meeting documents and video.Tags: Funding Our Future, Transit