CANCELED! Azure Place Planned Development Meeting

Sorry folks. Garbled Garbett again has taken Azure Place OFF the agenda items! This is the 3rd time! The Planning Commission will NOT hear the Azure Place Planned Development application at their meeting tonight. The meeting starts at 5:30pm.  See login instructions HERE.Meeting Agenda is HEREMore Planning Commission Meeting info is HERE. JOIN HERE!

Safety Info & Firework Restrictions

From the July 2020 SLFD Newsletter   July in Salt Lake City is a time for fun holidays and creating memories with family and friends – precious things made even more so given the limitations COVID-19 precautions have placed upon us all over recent months. I expect that many will feel the desire to make the most of the July …

Heavy trucks accelerating around corner of 600 N & 300 W where a truck hit a pedestrian in 2019

LET’S DO AWAY WITH THE INSANE TRAFFIC!

The photo above shows heavy trucks accelerating around the corner of 600 N & 300 W where a truck hit a pedestrian in 2019. Our Livable Neighborhood? Has your household been affected by extreme levels of aggressive heavy truck traffic, large volumes of speeding commuter cut-through traffic or raging motorcycles, tuner cars and modified pickups? We encourage a number of …

Videos!

We’ve got a YouTube Channel.Check it out!Here!

URGENT – RESPONSE NEEDED!

WARM SPRINGS PARK UPDATE! The Salt Lake City Division of Parks and Open Space created a Master Plan for Warm Springs Park in 2015 with neighborhood input. They are now looking to proceed with two parts of that plan. One is to enlarge the current practice field to make a regulation soccer field. This would involve removing a number of …

Dean Anesi gave CHNC's David Scheer, and us all, a splendid interview and lively tour of his beautiful garden.

June 2020 Newsletter

Happy Summertime! We’re warming up!  Did you miss last month’s meeting via Zoom? We had updates, and a special garden presentation by Dean Anesi! You can see the full meeting, or just the Dean Anesi Garden Tour, HERE, on Facebook. June’s meeting is just around the corner, and more! Next Council Meeting: Wednesday JUNE 17 6:30 PM  via Zoom (Zooming is …

Earthquake Damage Assessment

Please take part! Damage surveys should be filled out appropriately for the Building Services to take each house into account. The surveys must be completed by April 22, 2020. Take the assessment online, here.

How to Help During Crisis

Sometimes, one of the hardest parts of responding to a crisis is knowing how to help. Here are some ways you can be of service during this difficult time: Donate blood Donate to groups helping Utahns in need  Connect your neighbors to food banks and SNAP benefits Volunteer or provide resources for your local Mutual Aid Group Salt Lake City …

Corona Virus Info

NEWS Dominion Energy has suspended all service disconnections Smith’s Stores open early for “seniors” (over 60)7 a.m. and 8 a.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays* For all other customers, temporary store hours will continue to be 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. PERSONAL HEALTH CONCERNS REGARDING CORONA VIRUS There are several resources available to answer general health questions about COVID-19 and …

Wishing you all a Happy Spring!

This Old House: The William & Barbara Kinnersley House The house stands on land purchased from John Alford by William E. Kinnersley in 1879 for $1300. Evidence suggests that the house was built sometime in the 1880s. William Kinnersley was another of the many English LDS tradesmen who lived on Capitol Hill. Read more about this house and its people, HERE! …