Salt Lake City

Council District 7

Amy Fowler


Amy Fowler, District 7

Amy Fowler
District 7

Welcome District 7 residents! I’m glad you’re here and hope you find helpful links, contact information and resources.

I am excited, honored, and humbled to serve as your City Council representative. I encourage each of you to get involved in one of the many opportunities available throughout our district and city. Remember, your interest and input will help shape our future.

I am always here to listen and to address your questions and concerns. Please feel free to contact me or my constituent liaison, Brian Fullmer, at any time.



Fairmont Park Stream Improvements

Posted on: May 10th, 2019

This summer, SLC Parks and Public Lands will begin the first phase of the Fairmont Park stream improvements project. The project area includes the entire stretch of the Fairmont Park stream from Youth City to East and extending to the Boys and Girls club to the West.

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2700 South Reconstruction Project

Posted on: May 10th, 2019

The City has begun construction of 2700 South between Highland Drive and Preston Street (1930 East). As part of the project, crews will repair curb and gutter, sidewalks and access ramps as needed. They will also upgrade an aging sewer line, install bike lanes in both directions and upgrade pedestrian crossings. Visit the project webpage […]

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Fairmont Park Lighting & Safety Improvements

Posted on: March 10th, 2019

In 2019, SLC Parks and Public Lands will begin making lighting and safety improvements to Fairmont Park. The project will add pedestrian scaled lighting to two major pathways through the park and add lighting to popular recreation features in the southern end of the park.

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Message from Council Member Fowler: Millcreek Annexation Proposal

Posted on: February 7th, 2019

Greetings, As many of you are aware, Millcreek City has proposed taking over a portion of Salt Lake City including Brickyard Plaza and some nearby residences. Salt Lake City opposes this proposal for several reasons, including a loss of nearly $2.6 million in tax revenue. Millcreek City would be the beneficiary, and this revenue loss […]

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