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Monthly Reports

Posted on: September 22nd, 2020

The monthly reports communicate the Planning Division’s workload and provide analysis of the trends to better understand staff capacity. The Planning Division is experiencing an increase in applicant and City-initiated applications. Each report includes the following information: Total applications submitted, application trends, feature projects, new projects in the works, and monthly highlights. View the Latest […]

ADUS Annual Report 2019

Posted on: June 4th, 2020

The City Council adopted an updated Accessory Dwelling Unit ordinance in October 2018. That ordinance requires the Planning Division to produce an annual ADU report. The report includes the following information: The number of applications received. The address of each application for an ADU. A map showing the locations of approved ADUs. An explanation of […]

Fleet Block Rezone

Posted on: December 10th, 2019

The City Planning Division is proposing changes to the zoning for the properties located on the “Fleet Block” located at approximately 850 S 300 West. The block is bounded by 300 and 400 West and 800 and 900 South. The City is proposing a new zone that would apply regulations to future development on the […]

Affordable Housing Overlay

Posted on: December 3rd, 2019

Learn about the project Survey Results The city requested feedback from the community in two surveys. Over 2,100 people responded to a survey with general questions about housing in December 2019/January 2020.  Nearly 300 people responded to a July 2020 survey with questions relating to options presented in an Affordable Housing Overlay Story Map. Survey […]

Off-Street Parking Ordinance Updates

Posted on: December 1st, 2019

PROJECT SCOPE: Update the City’s regulations for off-street parking and loading areas, including: Minimum and maximum number of parking stalls required/allowed Permitted alternatives to off-street parking requirements Parking lot design, access, and dimensional standards PURPOSE: The proposed updates seek to accomplish the following: Align with the goals of Plan Salt Lake and the various neighborhood […]

Thank you for supporting our work!

Posted on: November 25th, 2019

We wrapped up our Summer Planning Series last month in Downtown – and as the snowflakes swirl, not a moment too soon!  The series was a big success, attended by curious residents walking through a range of Salt Lake City neighborhoods. The Planning Division showcased the wide range of projects we have been working on, […]

Zoning Map Amendment and Master Plan Amendment for 159 S. Lincoln, 949 E., 955 E., and 959 E. 200 S.

Posted on: October 7th, 2019

The Planning Division has received two petitions to change the Zoning Map and the Central Community Master Plan Future Land Use Map for the following properties: 159 S. Lincoln, 949 E., 955 E., 959 E. 200 S. All five properties are contiguous and are located within the East Central Neighborhood. The existing zoning is R-2 […]

Summer Planning Series // Designing Downtown

Posted on: September 24th, 2019

Join us on a walking tour as we explore the design characteristics of downtown Salt Lake City and more. The tour is the last of six events to be held as part of the Planning Division’s 2nd Annual Summer Planning Series. An RSVP is requested for each event. DATE // Friday, October 11, 2019 TIME // 12 – 1 PM […]

Child Daycare Text Amendment

Posted on: September 24th, 2019

The City’s Planning Division seeks to analyze barriers in the current Zoning Ordinance to further support the development of home daycare and child daycare centers near the places we live, with the intent of implementing the following goals adopted in the “Growing SLC” Plan. Goal 1 focuses on the need to increase the diversity of […]

Summer Planning Series // Preservation Passport

Posted on: September 17th, 2019

Join us for a semi-guided tour of infill housing in the Avenues, South Temple and University Historic Districts. We’ll discuss the tools used to make sure an infill project is compatible with the historic district and existing streetscapes. Because of the distance between projects, participants are encouraged to bike or scooter between sites, if they […]