Salt Lake City

Mayor's Office

Jacqueline M. Biskupski | (801) 535-7704 | mayor@slcgov.com

Legislative Session

 

2018 State Legislative Session

 

Legislative Tracking

The 2018 legislative session in Utah runs from January 22, 2018 through March 8, 2018.  During this time, our legislative team monitors proposed legislation in an effort to advocate for Salt Lake City, the community and residents. We proactively provide feedback to legislators regarding the City’s position on various bills as they move through the legislative process.

As the 2018 legislative session progresses, the following lists will be populated with bills that impact Salt Lake City and updated to reflect the City’s position. The elected leaders of Salt Lake City identified the following issues as legislative priorities: Affordable Housing, Homelessness, Airport, Water, Transportation, Tax, and Air Quality/Renewable Energy.  While the lists below are separated into priority categories, there is a general list (Salt Lake City Corporation Positions in 2018) which shows all bills that SLC supports or opposes.

If you have questions or would like to provide feedback regarding any legislation during the session, please contact Kaletta Lynch, Intergovernmental Liaison and Executive Assistant to the Deputy Chief of Staff, at 801-535-6202 or Kaletta.Lynch@slcgov.com.

Salt Lake City Mayor’s Office Legislative Team

Salt Lake City Corporation Positions in 2018

Talking Points: HB124, HB135, and HB136

Legislative Priorities

Affordable Housing, Airport, Air Quality, Renewable Energy, Homelessness, Tax, Transportation, and Water.


 

2017 State Legislative Session

 

Legislative Tracking

Each legislative session, our legislative team monitors proposed Utah State Legislation in an effort to advocate for Salt Lake City. We use a tracking sheet populated with issues that impact Salt Lake City to provide current information to our team, and provide legislators our position on various bills as they move through the legislative process.As the 2017 legislative session progresses, the following list will be populated with bills that impact Salt Lake City and updated to reflect the City’s position. This list shows only those bills SLC supports or opposes.

Salt Lake City Positions in 2017 

Homeless Related Legislation