Salt Lake City

Council District 7

Amy Fowler

Bulletin Board

2020 Annual Newsletter

Posted on: December 1st, 2020

Hello Neighbors,

Wow, what a year 2020 has been! As we rang in the new year, who could have imagined what was ahead of us – the pandemic, earthquakes, civil unrest, hurricane-force winds that toppled thousands of trees throughout the City, and our inability to get together with
family and friends? This year’s events have all taken a toll on us. Each individual event was a challenge, but collectively they had a big impact. […]

TWENTY ONES Mixed-use Development

Posted on: February 4th, 2020

Twenty Ones is a proposed mixed-use development in the 2100 East 2100 South area. The project includes a total of 107 living units and 21,000 square feet of retail space. This project is scheduled to go through Design Review due to building size limits in the Community Business (CB) zoning district.

Please note, this item will not come to the City Council for consideration.[…]

2700 South Reconstruction Project

Posted on: January 1st, 2020

The City has completed the reconstruction of 2700 South between Highland Drive and Preston Street (1930 East). As part of the project, crews repaired curb and gutter, sidewalks and access ramps as needed. Visit the project webpage to learn more.

Parley’s Interchange Environmental Impact Statement

Posted on: December 31st, 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. The purpose of the study is to improve safety, reduce congestion, increase regional mobility and update the current design of the interchange. The study is in the process […]

Fairmont Park Stream Improvements

Posted on: August 10th, 2019

SLC Parks and Public Lands is working on making improvements to the Fairmont Park stream. 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. The stream is an underutilized natural feature within the Park and these improvements will improve the aesthetics and functionality of the stream through the Park.

2019 Annual Newsletter

Posted on: August 1st, 2019

Affordable housing continues to be one of the most pressing issues in Salt Lake City. Many of our firefighters, police officers, teachers, nurses and recent graduates cannot afford to live in the city where they work. Since affordable housing became a Council priority in 2016, the Council adopted the
Growing Salt Lake Housing Plan to help guide funding for affordable housing. We continue to seek ongoing funding opportunities and partnerships with others addressing affordable housing needs throughout our City, County and State. As our population continues to grow both in the city and
throughout the state, my Council colleagues and I are committed to do what we can to balance this growth with the needs of our current residents.[…]

Enhanced Bus Routes

Posted on: July 18th, 2019

In August 2019, enhanced service for UTA Bus Routes 2, 9, and 21 began. Improvements include higher frequency, a later schedule, and extended service at night and on weekends. Enhanced service for UTA Bus Routes 2, 9, and 21 begins in August! Improvements include higher frequency, a later schedule, and extended service at night and […]

Park Ave: Building Construction Project

Posted on: June 1st, 2019

Park Avenue is a mixed-use development located in Sugar House at 2200 South and 1300 East. This project is a redevelopment of the old Shopko and adjacent parking lot. Some things coming to the new area include the University of Utah Sugar House Health Center, new office space, apartments, and parking for each of these developments. See more about the project here.

Fairmont Park Lighting & Safety Improvements

Posted on: March 10th, 2019

In 2019, SLC Parks and Public Lands began 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.

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 […]