We’re excited about progress on our Rose Park Jordan River Watershed project at 1000 North and Cornell Street, even though COVID19-related supply delays have pushed back completion to spring 2021. Still, work continues 6 days a week. This stormwater quality project will include community benefits, like the ADA-compliant observation deck and aeration waterfall.
Re: Today’s 7:09 a.m. earthquake. Water supply and quality have not been impacted. We anticipate no water shut-offs or boil orders for the community. Our team has been diligently assessing our water, wastewater, stormwater and street lighting infrastructure since early this morning. Our dams and reservoirs are intact and safe. We have responded to a […]
The lit crosswalk at 1000 North and Cornell Street will be deactivated temporarily at 3 p.m. today, October 2, until midday on Thursday, October 3. Crews are doing electrical work associated with our Rose Park-Jordan River Watershed Project. Pedestrians: Please use orange crossing flags for extra visibility. Drivers: Please use care and slow down when […]
On May 21 and June 4, the Salt Lake City Council will hold public comment sessions on the City’s 2019-2020 proposed operating budget. More than $300 million of that document is the Public Utilities budget, which includes proposed rate increases to support improvements in water, sewer and stormwater infrastructure. We invite and welcome your comments […]