Salt Lake City

Council District 1

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

Rezone and Master Plan Amendment at Rose Park Lane

Rezone & Master Plan Amendment

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. The four parcels at Rose Park Lane were zoned to allow single-family housing (R-1/7000, Single Family Residential zoning district). The Department of Public Lands is requested an Open Space (OS) zone for the property. The property will potentially be incorporated into the Regional Athletic Complex to the north, which is managed and operated by Public Lands.

The rezone includes four parcels of land:  

  • 1902 N Rose Park Lane
  • 1932 N Rose Park Lane
  • 1944 N Rose Park Lane
  • 1954 N Rose Park Lane

Each parcel is vacant besides 1932 N Rose Park Lane, which currently has an empty single-family house. The property owner states they intend to demolish the vacant building and join the four parcels together into one. 

July 19, 2022, Council Discussion   

The Council received a briefing from the Mayor’s Administration at its Tuesday, July 19 meeting. The Council set a public hearing date for Tuesday, August 9 at 7 p.m.  

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August 9, 2022, Public Hearing  

A public hearing was held at the Tuesday, August 9 City Council meeting. The Council closed the hearing and is tentatively scheduled to vote on this request at its Tuesday, August 16 meeting. Comments may be shared 24/7 online, by emailing council.comments@slcgov.com, or by phone at 801-535-7654. 

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August 16, 2022, Council Action  

The Council approved this request at its Tuesday, August 16 formal meeting.

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