Since 2020, the Council has been reviewing a proposal from the Mayor’s Administration to create a new zone (Form-Based Urban Neighborhood 3 or FB-UN3) […]
The City Council is reviewing a request to rezone four properties from Commercial Corridor (CC) and Single-Family Residential (R-1/5,000) to Residential Mixed-Use (R-MU). The properties are located at: Learn more about SLC’s zoning. The property owner is also asking the Council to amend the Central Community Future Land use map from Community Commercial and Low […]
Salt Lake City is seeking residents living in District 5 or 6 interested in joining the Historic Landmark Commission
The Salt Lake City Art Council Board is searching for new members.
NeighborWorks Salt Lake recently launched a newsletter of their own! Below you will find an excerpt from their newsletter detailing ways to save money in your home and stay safe during these hot summer months. Summer Home Habits Implementing these habits can help you stay cool and save money. Easy and Cheap Summer-Proofing Summer Home […]
Thank you for joining Council Member Darin Mano, Mayor Mendenhall, Michelle Hoon, Andrew Johnston, and Detective Sam Fallows for a discussion about homelessness in Liberty Park.
The City Council recently adopted the annual City budget for Fiscal Year 2023-2024. The budget began July 1 and is packed with funding to support residents, maintain infrastructure and programming, and aid Salt Lake City’s growth. Notable items in this year’s budget include funds to encourage affordable housing development and support our unsheltered neighbors. […]
The Salt Lake City Arts Council currently has two grant opportunities available for artists, organizations, and programs in Salt Lake. […]
Richmond Park was recently selected for the Reimagine Neighborhood Parks General Obligation Bond […]