Progress Update 5.13 – State Street Water Line

Changing Traffic PatternsThis week, crews have made progress northward from 2nd Avenue through the intersection of State Street and North Temple, and are preparing for waterline tie-in work in the intersection.  In order to accommodate this, drivers can expect changes to traffic control at the intersection. Details on the specific change to traffic will be sent out once finalized. Upcoming Sewer WorkCrews …

Neighborhood Council Meeting – Wed, May 18th, 6:15PM

6:15 Convene in personTreasurer’s report6:35 Committee updates- Brian Hutchinson, Traffic Calming6:45 Public Officials updatesChris Wharton- City CouncilDet Bob Norgaard- SLPDKatherine Kennedy- School BoardJamie Stokes- Mayor’s OfficeJennifer Dailey-Provost- State Legislature7:00 CHNC Board elections7:10 State Senate Candidates- Derek Kitchen, Jennifer Plumb7:30 US Senate Candidates- Becky Edwards, Evan McMullin, Ally Isom, Mike Lee?8:00 Adjourn

I-15 at 400 S & 600 N Updates

Project description: Construction crews are widening the I-15 400 South and 600 Northinterchange off-ramps. An additional lane will be constructed in the southbound direction at 400South, and one in the northbound direction at 600 North. The project will also install and replace overhead signage along I-15 between 400 South and 600 North and on Beck Street (US-89) in the northbound …

State Street Waterline

Project Overview Starting Monday April 25, Salt Lake City Public Utilities will replace the existing water main on State Street between 1st Avenue and 200 North in Salt Lake City. This key public Utility is 100 years old and needs to be replaced to enhance the infrastructure for downtown growth. Crews will also be performing sewer line work at various …

April Meeting Recording

Convene in person Treasurer’s report Committee updates Public Officials updates Chris Wharton- City Council Det Bob Norgaard- SLPD Katherine Kennedy- School Board Jamie Stokes- Mayor’s Office Jennifer Dailey-Provost- State Legislature Application for Cement Plant at 1055 N Warm Springs Road STATE STREET WATERLINE REPLACEMENT PROJECT (1ST Ave-200N)-Duke Richardson PLEASE COME HEAR ABOUT THIS PROJECT THAT WILL START IN MAY!! Salt …

300 North Pedestrian Bridge Construction Update

Construction Update Concrete work continues as crews pour the boiler room walls today and will also pour top slabs. Plumbers and electricians will also begin working onsite. The sidewalk on the west side of 500 West is closed at the intersection of 300 North and will remain closed throughout the project. Alternative wheelchair-accessible ramps can be found at 300 North …

Salt Lake City Marathon

The Salt Lake City Marathon will be running its course through your neighborhood on SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 2022 We are less than one month away and want to let YOU know ahead of time so you can better plan your Saturday! Please review the following general street closure guidelines that will go into effect on April 23rd, 2022 and visit …

Neighborhood Council Meeting – Wed, April 20th, 6:15PM

Join us in-person or via Zoom. In-Person: Marmalade Library Register in advance for Zoom access 6:15      Convene in person             Treasurer’s report             Committee updates 6:20     Public Officials updates             Chris Wharton- City Council             Det Bob Norgaard- SLPD             Katherine Kennedy- School Board             Jamie Stokes- Mayor’s Office             Jennifer Dailey-Provost- State Legislature 6:40     Application for Cement Plant …

March Meeting Recording

AGENDA Treasurer’s report Committee updates Public Officials Chris Wharton- City Council Det Bob Norgaard- SLPD Katherine Kennedy- School Board Jamie Stokes- Mayor’s Office Kristy Gibby-Wachter Salt Lake City Marathon updates Jennifer Daily-Provost Recap of 2022 Legislative session Open mic Adjourn

City Creek Water Treatment Plant

Project OverviewThe City Creek Water Treatment Plant (CCWTP) was the first municipal water treatment plant built in the State of Utah. Originally designed in 1953 and brought online in 1955, the plant has been an integral component of Salt Lake City Department of Public Utilities’ (SLCDPU) drinking water supply for over 65 years. Aged infrastructure has resulted in several structural …