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.
A proposal has been made for the City to approve a subdivision on West Capitol Street and roughly 600 North. The Neighborhood Council has been asked to provide comment regarding the proposal. We must provide comment by August 9, 2015 in order to meet the requirements of the planning process.
A special meeting has been set for individuals immediately surrounding the affected parcel and other members of the Council to hear from the representatives of the developer and City planning staff and for neighbors to ask questions, make suggestions, etc. We will then, as a Council, follow up with providing comment to the City.
The meeting is set for July 29, 2015 at 6:30 p.m. in Room 240 of the State Capitol Building. This is the same room where we hold our regular monthly meetings.
Please come no matter where you live … but, especially, if you live in the West Capitol Hill area. Invite your neighbors, as well.
The June meeting of the Capitol Hill Neighborhood Council will be held Wednesday, June 17, 2015 at 6:30 p.m. in Room 240 of the State Capitol (not in the Copper Room where previous meetings have been held). We’ll look forward to seeing you there.
The Agenda includes reports from SLC Police and Fire Departments, City and State legislative leaders and the following:
1. Report on the Marmalade Library Construction
2. Report on the 500 North Columbus Traffic Signal Construction
Please note that we had planned for a report from Salt Lake City Transportation on the planned improvements to East Capitol Boulevard between 300 North and 500 North. That report will be changed to our July meeting due to an unforeseen conflict.
Our July meeting, July 15th, will feature a discussion Q and A with candidates for SLC Mayor. The meeting will be in Room 240 at 6:30 p.m.
PLEASE ADD TO YOUR SCHEDULE THE JULY 4TH CHNC BREAKFAST AT WARM SPRINGS PARK FROM 8:30 A.M. TO 10:30 A.M. PLEASE COME AND INVITE A NEIGHBOR TO COME WITH YOU!!
The August Capitol Hill Neighborhood Council Meeting will be held on Wednesday, August 20, 2014 in Room 240 of the State Capitol Building. We do not normally hold a Council meeting in August, but, we’ll be meeting to have UDOT provide their final decisions for a proposed traffic signal at 500 North.
PLEASE NOTE: We have changed our meeting room!! We will be in Room 240 of the State Capitol Building ….. not the Copper Room. Room 240 is on the second floor, east side. Because of construction, the East doors of the Capitol will not be open. Please enter through either the North, South or West doors.
The agenda will include the final decision on the proposed traffic light at 500 North as well as reports from state and city representatives.
Hope to see you all there.
Also, look for Candidate Nights at both our September and October meetings.
The May Council meeting will be held May 21, 2014, 6:30 p.m. in the Copper Room at the Capitol Complex East Administration Building.
Topics will include a presentation and Council discussion of traffic proposals developed by UDOT, Salt Lake City Transportation and InterPlan for the streets surrounding the Capitol Building. We will also have reports from our City and State representatives.
An Agenda will be posted the week of the meeting.
Join your neighbors at the March meeting of the Capitol Hill Neighborhood Council – this Wednesday, March 19, 2014 starting at 6:30PM in the Copper Room of the East Senate Building of the State Capitol Complex.
There will be a representative from LDS Hospital to speak about the important changes and services offered to us.
Are you concerned with the traffic in the Capitol Hill area? Please take a moment to review a summary of the Capitol Hill traffic study performed in January.
Capitol Hill Traffic Study