Salt Lake City

Council District 6

Bonneville Hills, East Bench, Sunnyside East, Wasatch Hollow, Yalecrest


District 6 Council Member Dan Dugan headshot

Dan Dugan
District 6

Hello District 6! I am your new City Council Member.

During the Oath of Office ceremony that took place on Monday, January 6, 2020; I committed to serving the residents of District 6 and Salt Lake City as a whole.

I am excited to begin this new chapter working for, and with you. Please feel free to reach out and introduce yourself. I’m here to listen and address your questions and concerns. Your comments and feedback are welcome, so feel free to contact me or my constituent liaison, Vili Lolohea, at any time.


Foothill Drive Improvement Project

Posted on: April 17th, 2020

The Utah Department of Transportation is beginning work to improve State Route 186 (Foothill Drive) in Salt Lake City. The project will remove and replace asphalt from 1300 East to 2100 South, and Stringham Ave to I-215. The project will also reconstruct new pedestrian ramps in some areas. Work is expected to complete Fall 2020. […]

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Parley’s Interchange Environmental Impact Statement

Posted on: February 7th, 2020

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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Council Member Dugan’s 2020 Oath of Office Speech

Posted on: January 7th, 2020

Good afternoon. What a wonderful day! Thank you, Vili for that Beautiful National Anthem. Thank you ALL for participating in this time-honored practice of handing over the torch. Thank you Salt Lake City and District 6 for giving me the privilege to serve as your Council member. I am honored to have this opportunity. And […]

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Salt Lake City’s Foothills Trail System Master Plan

Posted on: December 21st, 2019

The Council recently adopted the Foothills Trail System Master Plan. This is the first master plan for the Foothills Natural Area, running from the North Salt Lake boundary, south to Emigration Canyon. The plan aims to improve and create trails that are environmentally sustainable, enjoyable, accessible, safe, and low-maintenance. Visit the Council’s webpage for more information.

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