Salt Lake City’s Community and Neighborhoods is exploring what to do with the abandoned water park in Glendale. This City-owned property has historically been used as a water park since the late 1970s. The property has not been opened or maintained by the current operator since 2018. The operator determined the water park cannot be […]
The Three Creeks Confluence of Jordan River Reactivation & Riparian Restoration Project seeks to restore, highlight and reactivate a unique location along the Jordan River in Salt Lake City. The project site is located where three major tributaries (Red Butte Creek, Emigration Creek, and Parleys Creek) join the Jordan River. […]
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.
When we planned to focus this newsletter on household and community emergency preparedness, we did not envision we would be experiencing the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and recent 5.7 magnitude earthquake. Traditionally, many of us have prepared for emergencies like fires and other natural or human-caused disasters that might force us to leave our homes for a while. […]
View a list of community resources including housing assistance programs, educational services, and more. […]
Rocky Mountain Power plans to upgrade a transmission line to provide additional capacity, improve electric service reliability, and meet power requirements. Project construction plans to be completed in late 2020. […]
In August 2019, enhanced service for UTA Bus Routes 2, 9, and 21 began. Improvements include higher frequency, a later schedule, and extended service at night and on weekends. See how the Council assisted in making these improvements.
As the days grow longer and the weather starts to warm up, I encourage you to get outside and take part in the many community events the WESTSIDE has to offer. District Two has everything from the Fisher Mansion Bike Bash to Groove in the Grove. These events are a great way to stay connected with friends, family, and our community at large. […]
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.
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