Salt Lake City Mayoral Debate – October 21, 2015

The Capitol Hill Neighborhood Council is co-sponsoring a critical Mayoral Debate between Ralph Becker and Jackie Biskupski on October 21, 2015 at Clayton Middle School. Come meet the candidates starting at 6:00 – 6:45 p.m. The Mayoral Debate will start at 7:00 – 8:15 p.m.

The Mayoral Debate will take the place of our October Capitol Hill Neighborhood Council Meeting.

Mayoral Forum




October 2, 2015 Weekly Update for Capitol Hill Road Construction

Please find below the weekly update for the Capitol Hill Upgrade road construction project.

Also, please note that the traffic signal at 500 North and Columbus will not be completed until November due to delays in material shipments.


Capitol Hill Update_October 2, 2015  

Salt Lake City Transit Master Plan Workshop

Salt Lake City is hosting a workshop to receive public input on the Transit Master Plan.  It will be held at Harmon’s City Creek on Wednesday, September 23rd, at the Cafe level, from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

This will be an opportunity for residents of our neighborhood to hear about current planning as well as to provide input on transit needs and suggestions for our area that can be incorporated into the overall City planning.

The attached link provides more information:

Salt Lake City Mass Transit Open House





September 18, 2015 UDOT Capitol Hill Construction Update

Please find the UDOT weekly Capitol Hill road construction update for the week ending September 18, 2015.

Lisa Zundel and Charlotte Chen attended the CHNC meeting last Wednesday to report on construction progress.  They invited people to call them with questions.  Their numbers are listed in the Update.

Capitol Hill Update_September 18, 2015

Capitol Hill Road Construction Update – 9-11-15

Please see this week’s update on the road construction being done around the State Capitol as well as progress with the installation of the traffic signal at 500 North and Columbus Street.

UDOT reported today that work is continuing through the weekend and is on schedule.

Capitol Hill Update_September 11, 2015