August Events & Notices

Photos: Georg Stutzenberger

Fire Blazed

A huge blaze raged up the west side of Capitol Hill towards Ensign Peak, Tuesday, July 24. Luckily, it could have been a lot worse.

Whether you live high on the hillside, or not, fire is a possibility.

How can you prepare? 

  • Evaluate your property.
  • Minimize fuel such as dry grass and brush. Sparks and embers can land on roofs so check your gutters. Keep them free of fuel, too.
  • Create defensible space by clearing brush away from your home.
  • Use fire-resistant landscaping and harden your home with fire-safe construction measures.

“SLCFD has enough equipment to do some pretty cool things, such as extending fire hoses much farther than you’d think possible.” — local Firefighter

Great fire department!

Did you know:*
Salt Lake City Fire Department (SLCFD) has a Public Protection Classification of 1— the highest safety- and risk-evaluation rating possible. SLCFD is the first department in Utah to receive this designation from the Insurance Services Office (ISO). Only 270 departments nationwide rate Class 1.

Read more here:
For more info:

* If you come to our monthly meetings you know this already!

Great dispatch service!

Did you know:
We’ve got great dispatchers here! Salt Lake Dispatch is tri-(police, fire, medical)-accredited. It is the 6th accredited center in the world. That means that 95% of calls get sent immediately to the right agency, for the right response, the first time.


Calendar Postings

Check the CHNC online calendar, here, for the latest postings.

Celebrate Flowers at the Wasatch Wildflower Festivals!
Saturday, July 28- Sunday, July 29  Big Cottonwood Canyon
For more info here
Check out their calendar offerings here

Public Hearing! 
Thursday, Aug. 2, 5:30pm @ City & County Bldg Rm 326. This hearing is regarding construction of three single family attached dwellings and demolition of a non-contributing structure. See more info here.

Night Out Against Crime
Tuesday, Aug. 7. Join with SLCPD at a local event. As soon as the location and time is available for our neighborhood event, the CHNC calendar will be updated. Check it, here, out to see what other neighborhoods are doing.

Recycle that stuff at the Pop Up! CHaRM
Saturday, Aug. 25, 9a-1p @ Salt Lake County Government Center.
Donate your hard to recycle materials like batteries, bikes, books, car seats, DVDs, CDs, and more. Bring $3 to donate to this worthy cause.


District 3 Newsletter
See it — sign up for it!—  here

Fire Station Newsletter
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Meeting Minutes
Read meeting minutes here

CNCH Meeting Dates:

Next Board Meeting
Aug. 6, 6:30 @ Marmalade Library in the Jex Conference Room

Next Council Meeting
Aug. 22, 6:30 @ Marmalade Library in the Multipurpose Room

See the CHNC online calendar, here

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