Salt Lake City

Council District 1

The Westside – Fairpark, Jordan Meadows, Rose Park, Westpointe

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Recently Completed Projects

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    Salt Lake City International Airport Master Plan

    The Council recently approved the Salt Lake International Airport 2022 Master Plan. The master plan will serve as a blueprint for development of the SLC International Airport for the next 20 years to meet forecasted demand […]

  • Rezone and Master Plan Amendment at Rose Park Lane

    The Council approved a request from the Department of Public Lands to amend the Rose Park Small Area Plan and the Zoning Map at Rose Park Lane. […]

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    Ordinance: Rezone at 2333 West North Temple Street

    The Council approved a request from Mayor Mendenhall to remove 2333 West North Temple from the Airport Flight Path Protection Influence Zone A.

  • Proposed Design for 5600 West between I 80 and state road 201

    5600 West Improved

    The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) is conducting an environmental study for proposed improvements to SR-172 (5600 West) from SR-201 to I-80.

Current Projects

  • Jordan River Watershed Project

    The Public Utilities Department is constructing an urban runoff water quality improvement facility which will collect a significant amount of urban runoff.

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    Rose Park & Fairpark Neighborhood Byway Project

    The Rose Park Community Council was awarded Capital Improvement (CIP) funds for the phase of a north-south neighborhood byway in the Rose Park and Fairpark neighborhoods.

  • New Water Reclamation Facility

    Salt Lake City Public Utilities has begun construction of a new water reclamation facility at Redwood Road and 2300 North. The new plant, scheduled to open in 2025, will replace the current 55-year-old plant. […]

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    Residential Street Reconstruction

    In 2021 and 2022, the City will be treating and resurfacing 28 residential roadways, as part of an effort to maintain and extend the functional lives of streets.

WestSide BestSide

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    Small Business Showcase

    Check out several small businesses that westsiders submitted to showcase for Mom and Pop Business Owners Day on March 29.

  • Comments from 2019 Night Out Against Crime Event

    What do I love about the WESTSIDE? My entire family has lived on the Westside. I love the family environment and the schools. I wouldn’t live anywhere else! – Melissa

  • Ed B.

    “The main thing I love about the west side, which I have resided for 40 years, is that it is Salt Lake City. The diversity of the Westside is what makes it above the rest of county.” ~ Ed B.

  • Denise B.

    “I have lived on the Westside most of my life and I would not change that for anything. My family moved to Rose Park after living in Poplar Grove until I was a Junior in high school. Love this park of the valley and it is just so convenient to downtown or most anywhere.” ~ […]

Information & Resources

  • Store front illustration

    Small Business Showcase

    Check out several small businesses that westsiders submitted to showcase for Mom and Pop Business Owners Day on March 29.

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    Pet Encounters: Pet Bites

    You’re on a walk in the neighborhood with your dog and they unexpectedly bite someone walking by or vice versa. What do you do?

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    Planning Division Open Houses

    Salt Lake City’s Planning Division holds online open houses as an opportunity for community members to review current projects, ask questions, and provide feedback.

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    Community Liaison Officer

    The Salt Lake City Police Department has special officers devoted to grassroots problem-solving within the community. Community Liaison Officers attend monthly community council meetings within the City’s seven City Council Districts. While these officers share and receive a lot of information at these meetings, it is daily interaction with residents that fosters the trust necessary […]

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