Salt Lake City

Council District 1

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

Tagged ‘Projects’

Jordan River Watershed Project

Posted on: July 17th, 2021

The Public Utilities Department is constructing an urban runoff water quality improvement facility which will collect a significant amount of urban runoff, east, and west of the Jordan River. This facility aims to improve the quality of the urban runoff discharged into the river at this location.  […]

Rose Park & Fairpark Neighborhood Byway Project

Posted on: June 29th, 2021

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. This section of byway provides a calm, comfortable, and non-collector north-south route through Rose Park and Fairpark. Learn more by visiting the project webpage.

New Water Reclamation Facility

Posted on: June 29th, 2021

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. […]

Residential Street Reconstruction

Posted on: June 29th, 2021

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. […]

5600 West Improved

Posted on: April 10th, 2020

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. The proposed improvements include widening 5600 West from two to five travel lanes, building a bridge over the Union Pacific Railroad (UPRR) tracks, and converting the existing interchange at 5600 West and I-80 […]

300 North Bridge Project

Posted on: January 18th, 2019

A new walking and bicycling bridge over the railroad tracks at 300 North (approximately 500 West) will be built by 2022. Salt Lake City is partnering with the Utah Transit Authority, Union Pacific, Wasatch Front Regional Council, and community groups to build a safe connection for walking and bicycling that also reflects community character and needs.