Salt Lake City

City Council

801-535-7600 | council.comments@slcgov.com

Tagged ‘Infrastructure’

September 24 Council and RDA Board Meeting

Posted on: September 24th, 2019

At Tuesday’s meetings: The Board approved a $3.3 million loan to CW Urban for a new housing development at 378 West 300 South named The Olive. The project would contain 120 condominium units in downtown, ranging in size from studios to two-bedroom units and penthouses. Board Members noted that while the project doesn’t specifically guarantee a level of […]

RECAP: July 16 Council Meeting

Posted on: July 16th, 2019

At today’s meeting, the Council: approved a joint ceremonial resolution with the Mayor condemning the treatment of migrants at the southern border. Council Member Amy Fowler, District 7, said, “…When we act together and do things like this to show that we believe in equity and humanitarian situations, and that we believe that everybody deserves access to […]

RECAP: May 21 RDA Board and Council Meeting

Posted on: May 21st, 2019

At Tuesday’s meeting the Council, acting as the RDA Board, received an overview of the proposed Redevelopment Agency (RDA) budget for Fiscal Year 2019-20 and discussed accomplishments from previous years’ budgets. The Board will continue to discuss the proposed budget on Tuesday, June 4, with adoption expected mid-June.

RECAP: May 7 Council Meeting

Posted on: May 7th, 2019

At Tuesday’s meeting, the Council received a presentation from Mayor Biskupski of the recommended City budget for Fiscal Year 2019-20. The Council will continue to discuss and adjust the $330 million General Fund budget proposal, which includes a proposal for approximately $34.5 million to the Funding Our Future initiative, every Tuesday through mid-June. These discussions are open to the public and will be held until the final budget is adopted in mid-June. Public hearings to accept feedback about the budget will be on May 21 and June 4.

RECAP: March 19 Council Meeting

Posted on: March 19th, 2019

At Tuesday’s meeting, the Council: received updates on the the City’s sales tax increase and bond efforts to fund improved streets and transit. Discussion centered on the two streets maintenance crews that are out fixing potholes and cracks. As the weather warms, the crews will begin larger repair work. Also discussed were infrastructure improvements such […]

Funding Our Future Discussion

Posted on: March 19th, 2019

The Council received multiple updates on the implementation of Funding Our Future at its Tuesday, March 19 Work Session. Council Members heard from the City’s Transportation and Streets Divisions on projects funded under the Better Transit Service and Improved Street Conditions critical needs. Watch the Council’s discussion Visit the Funding Our Future website to learn […]

RECAP: January 15 RDA Board and Council Meeting

Posted on: January 15th, 2019

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: City Council 2018 Actions and Accomplishments

Posted on: December 21st, 2018

The year 2018 proved to be a remarkable year of progress for the Salt Lake City Council, and for the City as a whole. The Council agreed to focus its efforts in 2018 on three primary areas as priorities during the year: Northwest Quadrant, Transit Master Plan implementation, and curb-to curb infrastructure […]

RECAP: November 13 Council Meeting

Posted on: November 13th, 2018

At today’s meetings, the Council: received a follow-up briefing about an ordinance pertaining to regulation of inland port uses. These changes would bring City code in line with State Code requirements for an inland port. Also, conditional uses under the proposed zoning overlay for this area would require an impact mitigation plan. The Planning Division […]

RECAP: May 22 Council Meeting

Posted on: May 22nd, 2018

At the May 22, 2018, Council Meeting: The Council received a written briefing about a new Renovation Pilot Program, which will offer loans to developers to improve existing affordable housing units in the City in exchange for a guaranteed period of continued affordability – at least 30 years. The Council continued discussion on the City’s funding needs […]