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! …

A Special Place

Next week! Capitol Hill Neighborhood Council Meeting Next week! Capitol Hill Neighborhood Council MeetingAugust 21 @  6:30 PMMarmalade Library (multipurpose room) On the Agenda*: Local Business presentation Updates from Police, City & Legislative Representatives Community Updates * This agenda is in order of presentation. We’re trying to adjust our meeting’s agenda, based on the feedback you’ve given in our polls. Thank you! Last month’s …

Celebrate our Pioneer History!

Next week! Capitol Hill Neighborhood Council Meeting Come celebrate our Pioneer History this month with special guest speaker, local historian Scott Christensen!  Scott Christensen has done many presentations about the history of the Marmalade District. Hear his presentation about our area, at our next meeting!  Come find out about many interesting things about where we live. Did you know, in 1874, the Gothic …

June 19 Neighborhood Council Meeting

Next week! CHNC Meeting6:30 PM @ Marmalade Library multipurpose room Speed Date a Candidate!Hosted by Capitol Hill Community Council Visit and chat One-on-one with Jim DabakisLuz EscamillaDavid GarbettRichard GoldbergerRainer HuckDavid IbarraErin MendenhallStan Penfold   Issues and Updates: ❃ Salt Lake City Parking Ordinance DraftThe Salt Lake City Planning Division has been working on updating the City’s regulations for “off-site parking”.  More info, …