2020 Annual Newsletter
There is no question this has been a difficult past few months in Salt Lake City, but there is still so much to look forward to in our future. I am proud of District Three for the resilience you have shown through the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the earthquake that rocked our historic neighborhoods, and our ongoing conversations on race, equity,
and policing. [...]
View a list of community resources including housing assistance programs, educational services, and more. [...]
4th Avenue Pump House
Salt Lake City Public Utilities is requesting to construct a new pump house on the property located at the corner of 4th Avenue and North Canyon Road (official address is 300 North Canyon Road). The pump house will contain the required equipment and chemicals to access and treat the existing well.[...]
Beck Street Transmission Project
Rocky Mountain Power plans to upgrade a transmission line to provide additional capacity, improve electric service reliability, and meet power requirements. The project is expected to be completed in late 2020. [...]
Salt Lake City’s Foothill Trails System Master Plan
The Council is reviewing a draft master plan for Salt Lake City’s Foothills Trail System.
This is the first-ever master plan for the Foothills Natural Area. The plan covers the area between Salt Lake City’s northern boundary and Emigration Canyon. A future update to the plan will address the area between Emigration and Parleys Canyons. [...]
2019 Annual Newsletter
In this newsletter, you’ll find highlights of the City’s housing investments, an update on how the City is spending funds generated from a 2018 sales tax increase and street reconstruction bond, and how to get involved in your community by joining your local community council. [...]
300 North Bridge Project
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.
Preservation at Work Project House – 528 Arctic Court
In 2018, Council Member Wharton, Mayor Biskupski, and Preservation Utah celebrated the completion of 528 Arctic Court (250 West 500 North), a Preservation at Work Project House. The house was built in 1911 as a duplex residence to house factory and railroad workers. Once prevalent in Salt Lake City, many of these hip-roofed, shotgun-form houses […]
Responsible dog ownership keeps your dog, you, and our environment healthy
Love taking walks with your dog? Responsible dog ownership contributes to the success of our dog parks and allows everyone to share and enjoy public open spaces. For everyone’s safety, keep your dog on leash on the street and sidewalks, in parking lots and at trailheads—anywhere not specifically designated off-leash. Avoid letting your dog roam […]
Council Member Wharton Talks About SLC Airport Terminal Project
The Salt Lake City Department of Airports recently hosted a “Topping Out” ceremony for the new airport terminal. The final steel beam was raised to a high point on top of the new terminal building. Watch Council Member Wharton talk about the ceremony and the importance of the airport project.