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Salt Lake City and UTA to officially launch new city transit service during Monday’s commute

Posted on:August 9th, 2019
Mayor Biskupski, Council Member Charlie Luke, and UTA Board Chair Carlton Christensen will make a “toast to transit” at Salt Lake Central Station at 7:00 am on August 12th. A new era for transit in Salt Lake City will begin on Sunday, August 11th, when the first phase of the City’s Transit Master Plan is […]

Mayor Biskupski joins U.S. mayors in asking the United States Senate to act on bipartisan gun safety legislation

Posted on:August 8th, 2019
This morning, Salt Lake City Mayor Jackie Biskupski joined 213 other members of the U.S. Conference of Mayors in signing a letter that asks the United States Senate leadership to take immediate action on bipartisan gun safety legislation.   The letter (https://bit.ly/2YLJrhR) urges Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Minority Leader Chuck Schumer to call […]

Volunteers Needed for the 68th United Nations Civil Society Conference

Posted on:July 31st, 2019
Volunteers are needed for the 68th United Nations Civil Society Conference, announced Mayor Jackie Biskupski. Scheduled for Aug. 26-28 in Salt Lake City, it is expected that the conference will bring up to 5,000 attendees from more than 100 countries all over the world.The goal for the volunteers is to create a welcoming atmosphere for attendees while […]

Mayor Biskupski unveils new wheelchair lift trailers to expand emergency services response by police, fire

Posted on:July 26th, 2019
Salt Lake City’s emergency response services for residents who use motorized wheelchairs will take a leap forward on Monday with the debut of two heavy-duty wheelchair lift trailers.  In the past, first responders have been unable to transport the 300-plus pound, motorized chairs when users are taken to a hospital. The availability of lifts means […]

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