Salt Lake City

Council District 6

Charlie Luke


Charlie Luke, District 6

Charlie Luke, Council Chair
District 6

Welcome District 6 residents! I’m glad you’re here and hope you find helpful links, contact information and resources.

I want to thank the constituents of District 6 for being so involved. Your vocal, measured and consistent feedback helps me be well-informed about the improvements and changes people want to see, and work with my colleagues to make sure that fits with the more inclusive vision of all Salt Lake City residents.

As always, comments and feedback are welcome, so feel free to contact me or my constituent liaison, Vili Lolohea, at any time!


Parley’s Interchange Environmental Impact Statement

Posted on: January 29th, 2019

The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) is preparing the Parley’s Interchange Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) to evaluate the short- and long-term needs of the I-80/I-215 eastside interchange.

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Responsible dog ownership keeps your dog, you, and our environment healthy

Posted on: July 13th, 2018

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 […]

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1300 East Waterline Replacement and Sewer Rehabilitation Project

Posted on: June 6th, 2018

A water replacement and sewer rehabilitation project will be happening along 1300 East between 1300 South and 2100 South. This is a major road project with a scheduled beginning in spring 2018 and should be complete by the winter. Water lines run on both the east and west side of 1300 East and date back […]

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Salt Lake City’s Foothills Trail Plan

Posted on: June 6th, 2018

Project Description The goal of the foothill trail system plan is to create a non-motorized, world-class recreational mountain trail system at the edge of Salt Lake City. The primary objectives of the foothill trail plan are: (1) to provide detailed layout, design and management recommendations for a comprehensive non-motorized foothill recreational trail system that is […]

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