Salt Lake City believes that public input is very important in making the right decisions for our City. Please see projects that are currently collecting feedback!
Current Feedback Opportunities
Inland Port Zoning Ordinance Draft – Us What You Think
Salt Lake City is updating its zoning ordinance to meet requirements set forth by the State Legislature when it passed HB2001-Utah Inland Port Authority Amendments on July 21, 2018. The bill requires the City to change its zoning ordinance to allow inland port uses within the “Inland Port Authority Jurisdictional Land” by December 31, 2018. If the City does not update its zoning ordinance, inland port uses are allowed by right and not subject to additional requirements or conditions.
A draft of the proposed zoning change is now available.
Visit www.slc.gov/inlandport to learn more, take our survey, and find information about how to participate in upcoming meetings.
Do you have feedback on the new dockless scooters popping up in Salt Lake?
We want to hear from you about your experience with shared bicycles and scooters in Salt Lake City. Please take our survey.
1700 South Lane Redesign
A constituent request has been made through Salt Lake City’s Capital Improvement Program (CIP) to redesign the lanes on a four block section of 1700 South between State Street and 300 West. Please take this short survey to give input on the project.
200 East Study
The Salt Lake City Transportation Division is currently conducting a study of 200 East, between 300 South and 900 South, and is considering options for street restriping next Spring.
Funding is available to improve 200 East as part of the Life on State Implementation Plan. Changes to 200 East will address plan goals and needs identified by residents and businesses. The Transportation Division is taking feedback from residents, take the online survey.