Salt Lake City

Council District 4

Central City, Downtown, East Central

About District 4

District 4 is centrally located in the heart of Salt Lake City. It spans from Interstate 15 east to University Street and from 900 South to South Temple.

The downtown business hub features high-rise offices, which bring a huge influx of workers from around the valley into the City each day. Award-winning restaurants and residential towers make District Four a great place to walk, ride and socialize; and the City’s civic buildings, including City Hall, the Leonardo, Main Library, and new Public Safety Building are centrally located.

The Downtown Farmers Market at Pioneer Park is a well-beloved Saturday morning tradition that brings residents and dogs alike out for shopping and entertainment.

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Central City Neighborhood

Posted on:April 10th, 2018
The Central City neighborhood is located between 200 East and 700 East from South Temple to 900 South. The boundaries encompass a variety of residential and business uses ranging from single-family dwellings to high-density apartment units, offices and businesses. The community is one of the oldest developed areas in Salt Lake City. It owes its […]

Downtown Neighborhood

Posted on:April 10th, 2018
Downtown Salt Lake City is the most urban place in Utah. It offers urban amenities not found elsewhere in the region. Downtown is the primary destination for culture and entertainment, the center of commerce, and the seat of local government. It serves as an important economic and cultural core for the City and the greater […]

East Central Neighborhood

Posted on:April 10th, 2018
The East Central Neighborhood is located between 700 East and 1300 East and between South Temple and 1700 South. East Central Neighborhood north of 900 South is a part of the ten acre block grid system established by early Mormon settlers. The eclectic nature of the architecture found in this district includes fine examples of […]

Area Parks

Posted on:April 10th, 2018
Salt Lake City has a history of caring for and stewarding parks dating back to the dedication of the first major public park in the City, Liberty Park, in 1882. It stands as an example of a public park that serves a multitude of uses while preserving urban green space. Salt Lake City’s Parks Program […]

Area Schools

Posted on:April 10th, 2018
Salt Lake City School District’s primary goal is to provide every student with equitable access to high-quality and culturally relevant instruction, curriculum, support, and other educational resources to ensure college and career readiness. Below is a list of public schools students residing in District 4 generally attend. Elementary Schools: Bennion Elementary Franklin Elementary Liberty Elementary […]

Community Gardens

Posted on:April 10th, 2018
Community gardens help improve and beautify our communities while growing healthy, organic, local food. District 4 is home to a number of community gardens listed here.

Neighborhood Business Districts

Posted on:April 10th, 2018
Salt Lake City is a place unlike any other U.S. city and each neighborhood within contains a small business community that enhances the flavor and experience for urbanites and travelers alike. Along historic corridors and at neighborhood intersections, business districts weave together the fabric of the local culture and create a vibrant sense of place […]

Salt Lake City & County Building

Posted on:April 10th, 2018
The Salt Lake City & County Building is one of the City’s most beloved landmarks. Completed in 1894, the building is Utah’s finest example of Richardsonian Romanesque architecture. The building has served as the site of virtually every local government decision during this century. The civic campus continues to be the place where people can […]

Main City Library

Posted on:April 10th, 2018
Salt Lake City’s Main Library, designed by internationally-acclaimed architect Moshe Safdie in conjunction with VCBO Architecture, opened in February 2003 and remains one of the most architecturally unique structures in Utah. This striking 240,000 square-foot structure houses more than 500,000 books and other materials, yet serves as more than just a repository of books and […]

Gilgal Garden

Posted on:April 10th, 2018
Located at 749 East 500 South in Salt Lake City, Gilgal Sculpture Garden was envisioned, designed and created by Thomas Battersby Child, Jr. in the mid-twentieth century. Tucked in the middle of the block behind houses and businesses, many are still unaware of its existence and enjoy a true sense of discovery when they visit […]

Trolley Square

Posted on:April 10th, 2018
Built in 1908, this now shopping and dining center known as Trolley Square, was originally built to house Salt Lake City’s street cars near the turn of the century. Trolley Square is located between 700 and 600 East and 500 and 600 South and is home to some of Salt Lake City’s favorite stores and […]

The Walker Center

Posted on:April 9th, 2018
Did you know that you can use the neon tower above the Walker Center to check the weather forecast? If the tower is glowing blue, the skies will be clear. If it’s flashing blue, expect cloudy weather. Solid red means be prepared for rain. Blinking red? Snow is in the forecast. View the history of […]