Salt Lake City

Council District 2

The Westside – Fairpark, Glendale, Poplar Grove, Downtown

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Recently Completed Projects

  • Rocky Mountain Power Headquarters Rezone

    The Council approved a request to rezone approximately 5.5 acres of property owned by Rocky Mountain Power near North Temple and the Jordan River. […]

  • Rezone at 856 West 1300 South

    The Council approved a request to rezone the property 856 West 1300 South from single-family zoning […]

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    The Other Side Village

    The City Council adopted a resolution to authorize the lease of a City-owned parcel to The Other Side Academy for a 40-year term at a rate of $1 per year during their Formal Meeting on October 18, 2022 […]

  • 805 South 800 West Zoning Map Amendment

    The Council approved a request to rezone property at 805 South 800 West from Light Manufacturing (M1) to Residential Mixed Use (R-MU-35). […]

Current Projects

  • Northpoint Small Area Plan

    The Council is reviewing the Northpoint Small Area Plan. […]

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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. […]

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    9-Line Improvement Project

    Salt Lake City has begun the reconstruction of 900 South from 900 West to Lincoln Street (945 East). As part of the project, the 9-Line Trail corridor will be an attractive, safe, and inclusive place for neighbors, businesses, and street users. […]

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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. This section of byway provides a calm, comfortable, and non-collector north-south route through Rose Park and Fairpark. […]

Information & Resources

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    Annual District 2 Newsletter

    I hope 2022 has been a wonderful year for you. Shockingly, it will be almost a year since I began serving as your Salt Lake City Council Member. I’ve learned a lot and feel lucky to have met many of you to advocate for the issues we face. This year, a lot happened for District 2 […]

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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? […]

  • The traffic calming sign reads "Slow down. Kids live and play here. City Council District Two."

    Traffic Calming Signs

    To encourage drivers to be more mindful of their behaviors when passing through, we are offering free traffic calming yard signs to all District 2 residents. […]

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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 […]

My Westside

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    Linda & Mark S.

    You can’t “beet” the westside! We love gardening in our large westside garden. We also love the vibrant energy here. This is the sort of spirited community where residents proudly wear t-shirts naming their community. (What other communities are doing that?!) We also love riding our tandem along the amazing Jordan River Parkway just two […]

  • Westside residents, Domingo and Cindy, wearing their WESTSIDE shirts

    Domingo & Cindy T.

    “My family, being new to the “West Side” of Salt Lake City, enjoy living in an well-lit community. When we moved to the area we noticed that the street we had moved onto could use another street lamp given that it was extremely dark in our area. I called the streets department and no sooner […]

  • Dino M.

    “What I love about my neighborhood is the culture diversity of the people that live here. And the squirrels that we feed.” ~ Dino M.

  • Edica L.

    “What I love about my neighborhood is the location of the area I live in. I live in Poplar Grove and I love the fact that I live less than 2 miles away from downtown. As a young adult, it’s the best because I can attend all of the fun concerts and nightlife activities without […]

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