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 …

Azure Place PD presentation

On March 25 at 6:30 pm, The Capitol Hill Neighborhood Council (CHNC) will host an online presentation and discussion of a proposed Planned Development called Azure Place, by Garbett Homes. The proposal includes 29 new townhomes and will be located in the block bounded by 600 N, Pugsley St, 700 N and 300 W (see map). The meeting will be …

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! …

Got Kids …with spring fever?

Spring 2020 Registration for Avenues Baseball is open! For early bird fees, boys and girls aged 5-12 can sign up by March 7thSign up here: https://www.avesbaseball.org/page/show/5065856-registerPractices begin the week of March 14th and Games begin on March 30th! Can’t join us as a league player? Save the Date for May 2nd, Lindsey Gardens Day! The organization has worked with the …

Mayor Announcement

Mayor Mendenhall Announces Upcoming ‘Office Hours’ For Public Feedback SALT LAKE CITY — Following a series of engaging and informative meetings with Salt Lake City residents during her transition, Mayor Mendenhall today announced the continuation of her office hours during which the public is invited to share their ideas and priorities for their communities and neighborhoods in the city. “My …

Valentine Social

Valentine Social at City Creek Park 4th Ave. & Canyon Road February 8, 2020 11 AM to Noon Cookies, Punch and Conversation Crafts and fun for kids and is a dog friendly activity This is the last Valentines Day before the Water Treatment Building is installed on that site. Please come.

Inland Port Press Conference

The Center for Biological Diversity’s campaign to stop the polluting port is proud to announce the release of a major report that outlines the likely negative impacts from the proposed port on air quality, migratory birds, transportation and the environment.  Join us on Wednesday for the release of our major report that outlines the environmental harms of the proposed polluting inland …

Thank You!

Wishing you all a Happy and safe Thanksgiving Holiday! Did you know… The area that is now the mixed-use development on 300 West at 600 North was once a popular campground for local Native Americans visiting to use the healing waters of Warm Springs?   Read more about some of the history of this area, here. Were you at our …