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November 19 Council and Board of Canvassers Meetings

Posted on: November 19th, 2019

At today’s Council and Board of Canvassers Meetings: the Council discussed a draft ordinance that would aim to regulate e-scooters in the City (formally referred to as dockless shared mobility devices). Currently, e-scooter companies have been operating for about a year and a half under┬átemporary operating agreements as a pilot program.┬áThe Council discussed concerns such as enforcement […]

Shared Mobility Devices: what’s next?

Posted on: November 13th, 2019

Shared mobility is the official term for bikeshares and dockless scooter/bicycle systems. Shared mobility devices provide users an option to rent personal transportation for one-way trips. The City Council has received a draft ordinance from the Administration that could establish a framework for regulations on shared mobility devices. The Council discussed the draft during their […]

RECAP: April 23 Council and RDA Board Meeting

Posted on: April 23rd, 2019

At Tuesday’s meetings: the RDA Board held a public hearing and approved a $37 million budget amendment that funds several major projects. The projects include Station Center, a redevelopment plan to build new streets, mixed-income housing, and commercial spaces for six blocks in the Depot District; a $5.1 million Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) for […]

RECAP: March 5 Council Meeting

Posted on: March 5th, 2019

At Tuesday’s meeting, the Council: discussed and adopted amendments regulating car-sharing companies at the Salt Lake City International Airport. The changes: eliminate some criminal penalties, introduce new civil penalties, add clarity for use of parking areas and regulation of new business models, and will go into effect after a 90-day waiting period meant to to give all stakeholders […]

RECAP: September 18 Council Meeting

Posted on: September 19th, 2018

At today’s meeting, the Council: discussed the City’s Capital Improvement Program. Each year, the Council reviews the Capital Improvement Program budget by going over a list of prioritized projects that involve the construction, purchase or renovation of buildings, parks, streets or other physical structures. The Council will take action on the Capital Improvement Program budget […]