Thanks to everyone who participated in the project survey and shared their ideas and comments on how to build the best possible project!
The selection of the final street design was based on the following criteria:
- The Complete Streets Ordinance
- The Bicycle & Pedestrian Master Plan
- The City’s Climate Positive 2040 Plan
- Our technical analysis
- The results of the project survey (posted below)
On the weekend of March 7, 2020, our team posted door-to-door notices for adjacent residents informing them about the upcoming project (that flier is posted below).
A postcard will be mailed to a larger geographic area to also inform residents in the surrounding neighborhoods. Please sign up for updates using the email address listed at the bottom of this page.
This year, we’ll reconstruct 2000 East from Parleys Canyon Boulevard to the city limit with Millcreek. The pavement surface, sidewalks, curb, and gutter will be upgraded, and a new street design to improve travel conditions for people walking and biking will also be implemented.
Email “Updates” to 2000East@slcgov.com to receive notifications about our progress until we reach project completion.
Intersection Design Options
Thanks in part to the community feedback we received, the roundabout design was selected to improve travel conditions at the intersection of Parleys Canyon Boulevard and 2000 East as shown below.
Option A – Roundabout (selected for construction).
Option B – Realigned ‘T’ Intersection (considered, but not selected).
Option C – No Change (A no change option was considered, but not selected).
2000 East Northern Segment: Parley’s Canyon Blvd. to Stratford Ave.
Option A – Sidewalk Improvements and Buffered Bike Lanes (not selected).
Option B – Parley’s Connector Trail (selected for construction).
Stratford Ave. to 2700 South
Option A – Continuous Buffered Bike Lanes and On-street Parking on the Westside of the street (selected for construction).
2700 South to Mary Dott Way
Option A – Center Turn Lane and No On-Street Parking (selected for construction).
Option B – Parking on One Side of the Street with Buffered Bike Lanes (not selected).
Option C – Narrow Parking on Both Sides of the Street with Narrower Bike Lanes (not selected).
|Summer 2019||Draft conceptual designs are made available |
for public input.
|Fall-Winter 2019||The project team develops final engineering |
drawings based on input, safety data, technical analysis.
|Early-Spring 2020||Final design. See what the street will look like.|
|Spring – Winter 2020||Construction.|
*This schedule is subject to change due to weather or unforeseen circumstances.
More information about the construction schedule will be shared on this webpage and via the project email list once a contractor is selected in 2020.
This $3 million investment is funded via impact fees and the 2018 voter-approved streets reconstruction bond, as part of the Funding Our Future initiative.
- Email: email@example.com
- Adan Carrillo, Community Outreach Manager: 801-535-6251
- Jena Carver, P.E., Transporation Engineer: 801-535-6694
- Josh Thompson, P.E., Construction Project Engineer: 801-535-6177
- Social Media: @SLCmoves | #2000EastSLC