July 4th Breakfast at Warm Springs Park

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Just a reminder ….

Don’t forget the Annual July 5th Breakfast at Warm Springs Park. Please plan to come and participate and invite a neighbor!

Monday, July 4th
8:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.
Warm Springs Park (850 North 300 West)

Come enjoy friends, neighbors and some great food complements of The Garage on Beck Street!!

Kids: Bring your bicycles for bike decorating and more fun … complements of Saturday Cycles!!

See you there.

June 15th – Capitol Hill Neighborhood Council Meeting

Just a quick reminder that our June CHNC Meeting will be held tomorrow, June 15th, at 6:30 p.m. at the Marmalade Library, 300 West 500 North, in the Multi-Purpose Room.

On the agenda:

Updates from City and State Legislative Officials
Ensign Peak Update on Fencing Options – Paul Hanks, Glen Saxton
Accessory Dwelling Units – Michael Maloy, SLC Planning
Energy Efficiency and Conservation in Older Homes – David Scheer, Architect

Two months ago we had a very enlightening presentation and discussion on energy conservation and air quality relating to commercial and office buildings. The Council requested a similar discussion regarding how to upgrade older residential structures to improve conservation options and air quality.

Look forward to seeing everyone tomorrow evening.

May Capitol Hill Neighborhood Council Meeting

Just a quick reminder that our May CHNC Meeting will be held tomorrow, May 18th, at 6:30 p.m. at the Marmalade Library, 300 West 500 North, in the Multi-Purpose Room.

On the agenda:

Updates from City and State Legislative Officials
Discussion of Education Issues before the State Board of Education – Leslie Castle, State School Board Representative for our area
Q & A Discussion of the SLC Transit Master Plan – Julianne Sabula, SLC Transportation

The Transit Discussion is an important neighborhood issue.  As a Council, we consider our neighborhood underserved with transit options. The Transit Master Plan is SLC’s effort to look forward into the future and make sure that our neighborhoods are transit accessible and transit friendly. Please come and participate in the discussion!

Look forward to seeing everyone tomorrow evening

Ensign Peak Trailhead Spring Clean-up

Just a quick reminder of the CHNC Ensign Peak Trailhead Spring Clean-up this Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. at the Ensign Peak Trailhead …. 147 East Ensign Vista Drive. This is our yearly clean-up so that this well known and well used trail will look great for visitors that come from all over the world.

Bring yourself, your gloves and some sunscreen … hopefully, there will be some sunshine. The City will bring tools and everything else we need.

This is a great tradition for our neighborhood and lots of fun!

And, yes, there will be treats for those who come to help.

See you Saturday!!

Purge the Spurge

SLC Open Space needs our help to eradicate Myrtle Spurge in our foothills. They are sponsoring a competition between the various community councils whose areas are affected by Myrtle Spurge ….

The competition is between 9:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. on Saturday, May 7th, 2016. There will be further details as to when and where in the next couple of days.

We need to win this one!!

Please see the following link for additional information.

http://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e044ca9a72aaafd0-purge

Thanks!

April Neighborhood Council Meeting

The regular April meeting of the Capitol Hill Neighborhood Council is Wednesday, April 20, 2016, 6:30 p.m. at the Marmalade Library, Multi-Purpose Room.

On the agenda will be:

City and Legislative Issues Reports
“Purge the Spurge” Event on May 7, 2016
Salt Lake City Green, in coordination with Breathe Utah, to discuss with the Council air quality issues in our neighborhood.

Please come and invite a neighbor to come participate too!

Please save the date for the following:

Ensign Peak Trailhead Spring Clean-up
April 30, 2016, 8:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.
Ensign Peak Trailhead at 147 E. Ensign Vista Drive
Bring yourself, your gloves, your sunscreen and a neighbor.

Purge the Spurge
May 7, 2016, 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Further information to come on location and requirements