Salt Lake City

Youth and Family

Email: youthandfamily@slcgov.com

On-going Campus projects and improvements

The Unity Center is getting a new roof!

We are very excited to have a new roof being installed! During construction the Unity Center North Entrance will be closed to the general public.

All other doors will remain accessible during regular operating hours.

Thank you for your patience and PARDON OUR DUST!



For ADA access contact the Unity Center front desk at 801-535-6533.

We apologize for the inconvenience. Thank you in advance for your patience and understanding as we work to improve the Sorenson Community Campus.

Please refer questions and any other requests for information to:
Koty Lopez
801-535-6534
ronnie.lopez@slcgov.com



Completed: Phase I & II

    In response to input from the community, Salt Lake City completed phase I of the Sorenson Community Campus Renovation Project in 2018. Phase I involved replacing the gymnasium floors, basketball hoops, and interior painting, as well as improving outdoor spaces with the removal of the dividing fence in the south-side greenspace, consolidation of waste and recycling, and addition of an outdoor plaza to the Multi-Cultural Center. Finally, because campus security is crucial to maintaining a safe community space, Salt Lake City is installing new security cameras, access systems, and an upgraded alarm system.
    COMPLETED Phase II projects include:
  • Comprehensive renovation of gymnasium locker rooms – new heating, plumbing, and finishes with increased accessibility
  • Replacement of existing emergency light generator with an inverter and LED emergency lights
  • Renovation of pool locker room showers and addition of accessible benches
  • Heating upgrades in the pool
  • Installation of a photovoltaic (solar) system on the roof of the pool
  • Remodel of the kitchen

Completed: Phase III

    In response to input from the community, Salt Lake City completed phase III of the Sorenson Community Campus Renovation Project in 2022. To better serve our patrons and community members, we have completed the replacement of the parking lot at the Sorenson Multi-Cultural Center! This project has improved both the functionality and safety of the parking lot with a more efficient traffic pattern, better drainage, and increased lightning across the space.