RECAP: February 12 Council and RDA Board Meeting
At Tuesday’s meetings: the Council discussed development of the block where the City’s fleet equipment and servicing were previously located (between 300 and 400 West and 800 and 900 South). The Council received an overview of what the Granary community would like to see developed on the site, along with existing site conditions. The Council indicated […]
2019 State Legislative Info
See information on proposed State legislation of City interest.
HB 262: Municipal Boundary Adjustment Amendments (Millcreek Annexation)
HB 262 is a proposal at the Utah State Legislature that could result in a boundary adjustment between Millcreek and Salt Lake City. The adjustment would significantly and negatively impact the City’s residents and tax revenue.
RECAP: February 5 Council Meeting
At Tuesday's meeting, the Council discussed an interlocal agreement with the Utah Transit Authority. The $5.3 million sales tax revenue allocation will be used to add and expand service on key bus routes in Salt Lake City as well as other transit related service improvements...
Council Letter to Millcreek City Leaders
Dear Mayor and Council Members,
Last year, Salt Lake City received your request for a number of adjustments to the boundary between our two cities, including parcels in and near Brickyard Plaza, Tanner Park, Parleys Historic Nature Park and a roundabout at 2300 East Street near 2700 South Street.
City Council chooses Analia Valdemoros to fill vacant seat in Council District 4
At their Jan. 22 meeting, City Council Members chose Analia Valdemoros to represent Council District 4, making Valdemoros the newest member of the seven-person Council.
RECAP: January 15 RDA Board and Council Meeting
At Tuesday's meeting:
The Board of Directors of the Redevelopment Agency selected Amy Fowler to serve as 2019 Chair and Chris Wharton to serve as Vice Chair
PRESS RELEASE: New SLC Council leadership chosen
At the Council’s January 8 meeting, a six-member* group chose Charlie Luke, who represents District 6, as the Chair. James Rogers, who represents District 1, was chosen as the Vice Chair.
City Council 2018 Actions and Accomplishments
The year 2018 proved to be a remarkable year of progress for the Salt Lake City Council, and for the City as a whole.
RECAP: December 18 Limited RDA Board and Council Meetings
At Tuesday's special, limited RDA Board and Council Formal meetings: the Council held and closed a public hearing and discussed a resolution authorizing below-market seller-financing loan terms and a reduced purchase price to Downtown Partners, LLC, for development of affordable housing.