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July 14 Council and RDA Board Meetings

Posted on: July 14th, 2020

At today’s Council and RDA meetings, the Board received an update on the RDA’s Draft Housing Framework, which would formalize the roles and responsibilities of the agency in affordable housing development. This is part of the ongoing effort to streamline the City’s various resources for developers into a single review and application process. […]

May 19 Council and RDA Board Meetings

Posted on: May 19th, 2020

At today’s Council and RDA meetings, the Council adopted a joint ceremonial resolution with the Mayor designating Salt Lake City as a Utah HERitage City, received budget presentations for SLCPD and the Community and Neighborhoods Department (CAN), and held its first of two budget public hearings. […]

April 14 Meeting

Posted on: April 14th, 2020

At the Council and RDA Meeting, the Board discussed and unanimously approved a loan amendment for Housing Assistance Management Enterprise (HAME), a non-profit entity of the Housing Authority of Salt Lake City, which is developing a new mixed-income, mixed-use development that will include 93 housing units and 2,300 square feet of commercial space. […]

Northwest Quadrant

Posted on: August 30th, 2019

The Salt Lake City Council is committed to furthering responsible economic development in the northwest area of Salt Lake City, known as the Northwest Quadrant, which consists of thousands of acres of land prime for industries such as manufacturing, distribution and warehousing. […]

RECAP: August 27 Council and RDA Board Meeting

Posted on: August 27th, 2019

At Tuesday’s meetings: the RDA Board approved the final step of a development agreement from January 2018 between the City and NWQ, LLC. Read the Press Release here. the Council adopted the $34.5 million Capital Improvement Program (CIP) funding allocations. This funding is for citywide community projects that improve public property (such as streets, sidewalks, parks and buildings), typically […]

RDA Board approves NWQ, LLC Tax Increment Agreement

Posted on: August 26th, 2019

In August 2019, the Council, acting in its capacity as the Redevelopment Agency Board (RDA), approved a resolution authorizing a property tax increment reimbursement of up to $28 million to NWQ, LLC over a 20-year term. Tax Reimbursement agreements are a standard part of the Council’s work as the RDA Board, read their Tax Increment […]

RECAP: August 20 Council and RDA Board Meetings

Posted on: August 20th, 2019

At Tuesday’s Meetings. the Board heard from more than 50 individuals during the public comment period regarding a tax increment agreement with NWQ LLC for costs associated with public and site improvements in an area north of the Inland Port. People’s concerns focused on air quality impacts of the proposed development and opposition to Utah […]

RECAP: December 4 RDA Board and City Council Meeting

Posted on: December 4th, 2018

At Tuesday’s meeting: the Council discussed a proposed agreement with Utah Transit Authority to that would expand bus service on key routes. The agreement is part of the City’s Funding Our Future initiative, part of which was $5.3 million sales tax revenue allocation for improved transit service. The Council will hold a public hearing on […]

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: October 16 Council Meeting

Posted on: October 17th, 2018

At Tuesday’s meeting, the Council: adopted a proposal to allow Accessory Dwelling Units, commonly known as mother-in-law apartments, in more parts of the City. The Council held and closed a public hearing at which 14 people spoke, before approving the ordinance in a 5-1-1 vote. Learn more about the ordinance here. held and closed a public […]