Complete Streets Ordinance
What is it?
Adopted in 2010, Salt Lake City’s Complete Streets Ordinance requires the city’s streets to be designed, operated, and maintained for all modes of traffic, including people walking, biking, and for travelers of all ages and abilities. New and reconstructed streets are designed using national guidance and manuals, which take into account considerations such as the speed and volume of traffic. The City also seeks to implement a Complete Streets approach with other types of resurfacing projects when feasible. Check out the Complete Streets infographic as well as the full Complete Streets Ordinance below.
Download a PDF version of the full Ordinance: Complete Streets Ordinance
Executive Order by Mayor Rocky Anderson, 2007.
Ordinance passed by Salt Lake City Council and signed by Mayor Ralph Becker, 2010.