Join this ever-popular community service event and help spruce up Memory Grove Park. Dress for the weather, bring sun protection, water, good shoes and gloves. Tools and lunch will be provided.
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).
A new walking and bicycling bridge over the railroad tracks at 300 North (approximately 500 West) will be built within the next few years. The City wants to hear from you about how the bridge should look, function, and represent the community.
Recently, Mayor Biskupski, Council Member Wharton, and Preservation Utah Executive Director Kirk Huffaker, 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 […]
Backyard GardenShare is a local non-profit whose mission is to help neighborhoods rescue their surplus fruits and vegetables and share it with those experiencing hunger. They partner with the Utah Food Bank, local schools, senior centers, food pantries, soup kitchens, churches, refugee services and other groups committed to fighting local hunger with nutritious resources. Backyard […]
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 […]
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.
One way the City is encouraging continued growth in Electric Vehicle ownership is by building public charging infrastructure to alleviate “range anxiety.” Currently, there are 28 public charging ports around the city and a couple dozen more are being built this year. Additionally, there is no cost to use the level 2 charging stations! More […]