I-15 at 400 S & 600 N Updates 10/4

600 North (Northbound Off-Ramp) Monday (10/4) through Friday (10/8), construction will continue with storm drain box/pipe work on the I-15 shoulder leading up to the 600 north exit. Traffic control has been setup on the 600 north exit ramp to provide safe work zones with inside and outside shoulders being alternatively closed for construction. Because of traffic delays the use …

TONIGHT – City Council meeting – Help Solve Capitol Hill’s Traffic Issues

HELP SOLVE CAPITOL HILL’S TRAFFIC ISSUES Tonight, the City Council will consider the Capitol Hill Neighborhood Council’s request for funds to implement our Traffic Calming Plan. This comprehensive plan includes crosswalk enhancements, traffic-slowing devices (“speed lumps”), and other improvements to reduce speeding and cut-through traffic, and enhance pedestrian and bicycle safety in our neighborhood. YOU CAN HELP by attending tomorrow’s …

Special Council Meeting – Azure Place Development Presentation.

Council Meeting on the building of a new development that will be between 600 and 700 North off of 300 West and Pugsley Street. It will have 38 townhomes. June 30th at 6:30 via Zoom. Zoom Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84410220212?pwd=NHgzOEVxTDNLbWJPODhqNWRyMXJ5Zz09#success Azure Place Development Presentation Capitol Hill residents will be able to review and comment on the proposed Azure Place development. If approved, …

Salt Lake City Bans Use of Personal Fireworks Citywide

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 22, 2021 Contact: Lindsey Nikola 385-707-5205 | lindsey.nikola@slcgov.com – – – – – Salt Lake City Bans Use of Personal Fireworks Citywide Salt Lake City Mayor Erin Mendenhall, along with Salt Lake City Fire Department Chief Karl Lieb, today announced a ban on the use of personal fireworks citywide in response to extreme drought conditions and fire …

Severe Drought, SLC 2021!

Continuing dry conditions trigger a Stage 2 water shortage response and a stronger call for conservation from Mayor Mendenhall SALT LAKE CITY – Salt Lake City Mayor Erin Mendenhall today declared a Stage 2 water shortage contingency response for Salt Lake City and Salt Lake County water customers, triggered by dramatically low mountain snow melt and stream flows. The creeks …

Seven Canyons Fountain, Liberty Park

Salt Lake City Requests Community Input on Two Options for the Future of Seven Canyons Fountain in Liberty Park SALT LAKE CITY – Salt Lake City is requesting community feedback on two potential options for the future of the Seven Canyons Fountain in Liberty Park, which was drained in  2017 due to health and safety concerns.  The interactive art structure, which was …

6th Annual Jam Fest!

This Fall, on the weekend of September 18-19, we will be hosting the 6th annual Marmalade Jam Fest!  The center of activity will be at the corner of 4th West and 4th North – The Garten at Mountain West Cider. We’ll run from 11am-7pm both days, with these included activities: Fruit Preserves Competition Local Food Trucks Live Music from Local Bands and Musicians, throughout …

Trail Updates in the Foothills Natural Area

March 12, 2021Salt Lake City Public LandsTrail Updates in the Foothills Natural Area• 19th Ave Downhill Biking Trail Nearly Complete• A More Sustainable Trail Route North of Terrace Hills• New Trail to Twin PeaksClick here for more info!

Salt Lake City Joins Amicus Brief in Objection to EPA and DOT Vehicle Emissions Rule

Just One Day After Biden Issues a Directive to Undo the Rule SALT LAKE CITY — Today, Salt Lake City joined 14 other city and county governments from across the country in signing an amicus brief against the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA’s) and U.S. Department of Transportation’s (DOT) Safer Affordable Fuel-Efficient (SAFE) Vehicles Rule that fails to reduce dangerous air pollution and …