Salt Lake City

Council District 4

Central City, Downtown, East Central


Ana Valdemoros
District 4

Greetings District 4 residents!

I’m thrilled to continue serving our City, previously as a city planner, currently as a business owner, and now as the newest member of the City Council.

I’m glad you’re here and hope you find helpful links, contact information and resources.

Please feel free to contact me or my constituent liaison, Priscilla Tu’uao ( or 801-535-7600), with questions or comments at any time.


2021 Annual Newsletter

Posted on: August 1st, 2021

There are so many exciting things to look forward to within our District. There is an energy and excitement in the air with new City construction projects and the return of annual events.[…]

Hay muchas cosas emocionantes pasando en nuestro distrito. Hay energía y emoción en el aire gracias a los nuevos proyectos de construcción de la Ciudad y el regreso de eventos anuales.[…]

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Folsom Trail Project

Posted on: June 30th, 2021

The Folsom Trail is an off-street, paved walking and bicycling path that will follow a former rail corridor from 500 West at North Temple to 1000 West, and hopefully, in the future, all the way to the Jordan River Bridge and Fisher Mansion near 200 South. […]

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UTA Late Night Pilot Program

Posted on: June 29th, 2021

Utah Transit Authority (UTA) has launched a new pilot service to help riders get to their destinations during late-night hours. The service is available within Salt Lake City limits on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays from 10:00 p.m. to 4:00 a.m., and will end on Saturday, September 4. […]

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Pioneer Park Improvements

Posted on: June 29th, 2021

Salt Lake City believes that Pioneer Park should play an integral role in downtown and the lives of the people who live, work and visit thereby serving many functions that enhance the quality of urban life in our growing downtown communities.

In 2019, new funding for improvements to Pioneer Park was made available by the Salt Lake City Council by re-allocating impact fees. Impact fees are assessed on new housing developments so the City can build new amenities to meet the needs of our growing community. These funds may only be used for amenities that add new services to the park. The goal of this process is to develop a site plan for the park that facilitates positive activation throughout the day and week and creates a welcoming neighborhood and community public space. […]

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