Capitol Hill Traffic Study Proposals and Analysis

The Neighborhood Council held an Open House with InterPlan, UDOT and SLC Transportation to discuss the work that has been done over the past several months to find solutions to traffic problems in our neighborhoods. There was significant analysis of the traffic problems and various solutions were presented as possible options.

Neighbors and interested parties were invited to provide input and suggestions relative to the proposed options. Attached is the presentation of the analysis and solutions provided by InterPlan, UDOT and SLC Transportation. Please take time to review this information and provide feed back on this blog. The feedback will be used to further refine solution options in the future.

Our July Council meeting will include further discussion regarding these options. Again, please provide your input and suggestions …. the more input and participation we, as a community put into this effort, the better the opportunity to find long term, meaningful solutions.

Thanks!!

June Open House Boards

 

June Capitol Hill Neighborhood Council Meeting

A reminder that our June Council meeting will be held next Wednesday, June 18th, at the usual time, 6:30 p.m., at the usual place, Copper Room, in the East Senate Annex building at the State Capitol.

On the Agenda are:

*   Report from Salt Lake City regarding water projects in the area

*   Report from the RDA on the current and future status of the RDA area on 300 West between 500 No and 600 No.

*   Legislative and Municipal Updates

Please plan on attending and participating.

We are planning on having a report on the Traffic Study proposals and result from the June Open House during our July Council meeting.   Also, we are expecting to have the proposals posted on our website as soon as we get them from InterPlan.

Capitol Area Traffic Study Open House

Over the past few months, Utah Department of Transportation (in connection with Salt Lake City) has conducted a study to investigate solutions for Capitol Hill community traffic problems. After numerous meetings with the Community Council to develop and discuss potential options, the analysis team invites you to come view the results at a Public Open House.

The Open House will be held:

· Wednesday, June 11, 2014
· 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm (Open House Format – come any time)
· State Office Building Auditorium

Please review previous postings regarding the Capitol Area Traffic Study for additional information.

Capitol Area Traffic Study and Potential Solutions

The attached presentation was given by Charles Allen and Lisa Zundel at our May Council meeting to update the Council on the status of the Capitol Traffic Study and Analysis which has been in the works since last December.  Please review and submit questions that you may have regarding the proposals that are currently under discussion. A June open house is being scheduled at which these ideas and others will be discussed in greater depth. Stay tuned … the date of the open house will be posted as soon as it is available.

 

Capitol Hill Traffic Studies and Potential Solutions

May Council Meeting

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.

Almond Street Project Update

Just a quick update to everyone regarding the status of the Almond Street Development being proposed by Garbett Homes.  Many of you may recall that Garbett presented to our Council in December, 2013.  There was also a neighbors meeting with Garbett in February, 2014.

The proposal is now before the City Council with the following meetings scheduled:

City Council Public Hearing …. May 6, 2104, 7:00 p.m., City and County Building, 4th Floor.  This is a public hearing where the public may come and comment on the proposed development.  If you have comments, concerns or suggestions regarding the development, you may address the City Council for two minutes during the public hearing period.

City Council Potential Vote …. May 20, 2014, 7:00 p.m., City and County Building, 4th Floor.  The City Council, depending on public input, may take a vote on the Garbett proposal at this meeting.

The Council staff report can be reviewed by going to slccouncil.com/agenda/ and clicking on the May 6, 2014 agenda …. then clicking on the 289 Almond Street heading under the Public Hearing.

If you cannot attend and would still like to make a comment, it is best to send a comment directly to our City Councilmember, Stan Penfold, at stan.penfold@slcgov.com.  You can also call 801-535-7600 and direct your comments or questions to City Council staff.

Thanks.