UTA On Demand is an on-call ride-share service that connects riders with other UTA transit services, like TRAX, FrontRunner, and buses, or destinations within the designated service area. […]
Looking back over the year, I am proud of all we have accomplished together as a community. Working with and for you as your City Council representative is an honor. […]
The Rose Park Community Council will host a cookie party as part of their December meeting on Wednesday, December 6th. The meeting will be held at 6 p.m. at the Day-Riverside Library (1575 W 1000 N, Salt Lake City, UT 84116).
Updates under the “Construction Update from Scannell section.” Construction projects are underway along 2200 W. Scannell Construction is in phase one of building a warehouse at approximately 2700 N. […]
The arrival of snow signifies a fantastic period of fun to be spent with family and friends. However, it’s also important to ensure that our sidewalks are as safe as possible so that we can enjoy the fun. […]
Due to repair work in the City & County Building, requests for District swag and traffic calming signs will be on hold until January. We appreciate your continued interest and look forward to resuming these services in the new year. Happy Holidays! […]
The Salt Lake City Arts Council is accepting applications for the Project Support Grant. The grants are awarded to individuals, groups, and nonprofit organizations for specific art projects and programs that are determined to be of value to the community. […]
Salt Lake City and the Utah State Office of Homeless Services are partnering to pilot a non-congregate shelter that will provide 50 people living unhoused with safe, private living spaces.
Council Member Petro recently toured the Alliance House.
The Alliance House is a nonprofit “Clubhouse,” that provides a supportive environment for adults with Serious and Persistent Mental Illness (SPMI).
Salt Lake City’s Public Utilities Department provides clean, safe drinking water to over 360,000 people.
Watershed areas, such as City Creek, Big and Little Cottonwood, and Parleys Canyons, provide nearly 60% of our source water.