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. […]
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.
It’s a real challenge for our Westside neighbors and visitors. Imagine all the better things you could be doing before those delays.
That’s what Council Member Alejandro Puy did in a photo campaign to shed light on the issue. […]
Alejandro Puy and Victoria Petro: Dedication and engagement are delivering long overdue results on Salt Lake City’s Westside.
We heard what you want to see along the trail and creek in the survey, and what it should look like in the visual preference. Now, tell us what you think about the design concept.
The Council is reviewing the Northpoint Small Area Plan. If approved, the Northpoint Small Area Plan will help guide future growth in the northwest part of Salt Lake City. […]
The Salt Lake City Arts Council announces an opportunity for Utah artists or artist-led teams to submit qualifications for the 500 North/Fairpark Traffic Calming Measures public art opportunity.
The Salt Lake City Public Art Program seeks to engage West Side residents, organizations, and stakeholders in the creation of an iconic public artwork that will honor the diverse perspectives, cultures, and identities that call this place home.
Our community is in need of more crossing guards! Help our community by applying to be a part-time crossing guard. […]