At today’s meetings, the City Council adopted a joint ceremonial resolution with Mayor Mendenhall declaring racism a public health crisis, received a drought update from the Department of Public Utilities, heard the latest COVID-19 data for SLC, and more. Read the recap here.
Thank you for your patience as the Council tested their first hybrid in-person/virtual Council meeting since the pandemic began and the earthquake. Stay tuned for details on upcoming meetings. Read today’s meeting recap here.
The Council approved the City budget for the new fiscal year, which starts starts July 1. The approved budget focuses on essential services such as road repair, public safety, housing, COVID-19 community support, and citywide equity issues. Read the press release here.
Budget discussions continue as we get closer to adopting the City budget for the upcoming fiscal year. Read today’s meeting recap here.
At today’s Council Meeting: The Council received a series of briefings about the proposed Salt Lake City budget for the next fiscal year, which begins in July. The second public hearing on the Citywide budget proposal is Tuesday, June 1 at 7 p.m. More on the budget: tinyurl.com/SLCFY22Budget The meeting agenda also included a follow-up presentation of […]
At today’s Council and RDA Meetings The Council received a briefing about a proposed Public Utilities budget for 2021-22, which marks the beginning of the annual City budget discussions for the coming fiscal year. The Council, acting as the Redevelopment Agency Board, reviewed a community-driven ‘visioning process’ that supports revitalization of Japantown Street. The Mayor reported […]
At today’s Council Meetings: The Council received an update on $7.1 million in federal grants for community partners and City departments providing services directly to housing programs and assistance to help respond with the pandemic. The Council was briefed on a proposal increasing the number of energy-efficient vehicles eligible for free metered parking. The Council heard recognition for the […]
At tonight’s meeting, the Council selected Amy Fowler, who represents District 7, as the Chair and James Rogers, who represents District 1, as the Vice Chair. […]
At Today’s Council Meetings Council Work Session items The Council received: an informational update relating to the local emergencies such as COVID-19: the Mayor says the Covid numbers have somewhat dropped, but that was expected with less testing due to the holiday; the City is awaiting word on a third distribution of the federal CARES […]
At Today’s Council Meetings Work Session items The Council received: * an informational update relating to the Mayor’s Proclamations declaring Local Emergencies for COVID-19, the March earthquake, and the September windstorm: the Mayor has requested to shift back to the Orange level (moderate) in the state’s pandemic risk categories, because Covid numbers are trending up. The […]