Salt Lake City

Council District 4

Central City, Downtown, East Central

Area Parks

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 ensures the preservation, development and maintenance of parks throughout the City for the use and enjoyment of the community of and visitors to Salt Lake City.

4th E Community Garden
553 South 400 East

6th East Mini Park
220 South 600 East

Artesian Well
808 South 500 East

Faultline Gardens Park
1041 East 400 South

Galagher Park
644 South Park Street

Gilgal Garden
749 East 500 South

Pioneer Park
350 South 300 West

Reservoir Park
42 South University Street

Richmond Park
444 East 600 South

Taufer Park
680 South 300 East

Victory Park
237 South 1000 East

Washington Square
451 South State Street

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