Just a quick reminder of our regular, monthly Capitol Hill Neighborhood Council meeting tomorrow, Wednesday, November 18th, 6:30 p.m. in the Copper Room – East Annex of the State Capitol Complex. Its the same room in which we held our meetings for a number of years. Since the Capitol Board Room is unavailable for the next few months, we’ll hold our meetings in the Copper Room until the Marmalade Library is open in February.
On the agenda tomorrow evening:
1. Reports from City and Legislative Representatives
2. Report on Annual Meeting Requirements
3. Discussion of traffic patterns and pedestrian/vehicle safety issues at the Intersection of Main Street and North Temple with a potential request from the LDS Church to change the current flow pattern and allow ingress/egress from the Church Office Building parking structure directly from and on to Main Street.
4. Final Report from UDOT on the 500 North/Columbus Traffic Signal installation and the Capitol Upgrade Project.
Look forward to seeing all of you tomorrow night.
The image below details the construction schedule for the Capitol Hill area. For additional information, please visit the fiber construction page at http://www.slcdocs.com/Eng/FiberOptics/Fiber-Construction.pdf
Ensign Peak Trailhead Annual Clean-up
May 2, 2015
8:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
142 Ensign Vista Drive
Come and help the neighborhood get this famous, historic trailhead ready for active spring and summer use. We’ll be weeding, mulching and doing general clean-up. The City will bring all the necessary tools and gear. So, no need to bring tools …. just yourself, your gloves and your enthusiasm. Some sunscreen will be helpful.
We’ll have water, juice and treats.
Please see the attached report from Mayor Becker’s office of events, topics of interest and ongoing projects/issues that are being addressed in our City. These are provided by our liaison to the Mayor’s office, Michael Stott. If you have questions or comments for Michael, his contact information is listed.
Mayor’s Office Update_2014-11-18
For anyone interested in knowing more about their health care options under the Affordable Care Act, the City has organized a series of workshops to help.
Please see the attached flyer for additional information and locations …
.Final City Health Fair_EventFlyer_11.14
West High flyer and release Find Information and Registration for COMCAST CARES DAY at BOTH West High School and Washington Elementary School. You can volunteer at either school in helping them clean-up the school and surrounding neighborhood. Join your friends, fellow parents and neighbors in making our “neighborhood” schools the best they can be.
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