Exciting news: Two talented architects with Salt Lake City’s CRSA Architecture have joined our 4th Avenue Well Project team. David W. Triplett will be principal in charge of design. John Ewanowski will be the project’s historic architect. CRSA, founded by veteran SLC architects Wally Cooper and Allen Roberts, has earned a reputation for meticulous historic […]
Members of our water resources team shares our city-wide commitment to Wasatch canyons watershed protection and stewardship. Sharing watershed with millions of visitors is a crucial balancing act, and KSL-TV offers an in-depth look here.
SLC Public Utilities happily announces the opening of three new restrooms in our nearby canyons. Our department funded the replacement of the single vault restroom with a new double vault restroom at Guardsman Pass Winter Trailhead. New restrooms are also open at the Donut Falls Trailhead in Big Cottonwood Canyon and at the summit of […]
Headwaters Economics, a non-profit water resources research group, has cited Salt Lake City as one of four U.S. cities focused on how to balance the need for watershed protection and clean drinking water with ever-increasing recreational use. Some cities, like Portland, OR., and Santa Fe, N.M., prohibit all recreation in their watersheds. SLC works to balance […]