Seven Canyons Fountain, Liberty Park

Salt Lake City Requests Community Input on Two Options for the Future of Seven Canyons Fountain in Liberty Park SALT LAKE CITY – Salt Lake City is requesting community feedback on two potential options for the future of the Seven Canyons Fountain in Liberty Park, which was drained in  2017 due to health and safety concerns.  The interactive art structure, which was …

6th Annual Jam Fest!

This Fall, on the weekend of September 18-19, we will be hosting the 6th annual Marmalade Jam Fest!  The center of activity will be at the corner of 4th West and 4th North – The Garten at Mountain West Cider. We’ll run from 11am-7pm both days, with these included activities: Fruit Preserves Competition Local Food Trucks Live Music from Local Bands and Musicians, throughout …

Trail Updates in the Foothills Natural Area

March 12, 2021Salt Lake City Public LandsTrail Updates in the Foothills Natural Area• 19th Ave Downhill Biking Trail Nearly Complete• A More Sustainable Trail Route North of Terrace Hills• New Trail to Twin PeaksClick here for more info!

Salt Lake City Joins Amicus Brief in Objection to EPA and DOT Vehicle Emissions Rule

Just One Day After Biden Issues a Directive to Undo the Rule SALT LAKE CITY — Today, Salt Lake City joined 14 other city and county governments from across the country in signing an amicus brief against the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA’s) and U.S. Department of Transportation’s (DOT) Safer Affordable Fuel-Efficient (SAFE) Vehicles Rule that fails to reduce dangerous air pollution and …

CHNC January Meeting

Wednesday! Jan 27, 20206:30-8:00PM via Zoom How to join in the meetingRegister in advance for this meeting:https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMrce2uqjsrGdfsBvPNcjyHRydiMOE5KR8g After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. See agenda, below.   AGENDAJanuary 27, 2021  6:30 Convene on Zoom or Dial-InWelcomeOrdinary businessTreasurer’s reportApprove any outstanding minutesAnnouncementsAsk community members to join our committees 6:40 Public OfficialsChris Wharton (City council)Eva Lopez (Mayor’s …

Quick Build Project: 600 North, Oct 17th

There’s an upcoming quick-build project planned on October 17th (THIS weekend) at the intersection of 1200 W/600 N. After a lot of planning and input from many of you included in this email, we are excited to make it happen! This project will use delineator posts, signs, and paint to demonstrate ideas from the ongoing 600/700 N Corridor Study; calming traffic, …

Columbus Street and 400 N. Signal Installation Project

Columbus Street and 400 N. Signal Installation Project What? Installation of a new traffic signal and targeted improvements to pedestrian ramps and sidewalks Where? Columbus Street (SR-186) and 400 N. in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Salt Lake CityWhy? This new signal will improve pedestrian safety and mobilityWhen? Construction of the new signal will begin on Monday, August 3 and is scheduled to be operational …

Addressing the Homeless

Dear Friends, Tomorrow’s meeting will address the issue of homelessness,featuring Kathy Bray, President and CEO of Volunteers of America Utah. WednesdayAugust 196:30 PM  Please register in advance for this meetingwith this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZEud-2vqzotH9ZPG_UNXQvHBEVUV8UYTqgh Zoom is easy! See video, below. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.  The tentative AGENDA: 6:30 Convene on Zoom or …

Happy August!

Dear Neighbors, Happy end of summer! 2020 has been a year like no other.  There have been lots of changes. And there are more to come! Did you do all you planned or wanted to do? Besides reading our little newsletters and attending Zoom meetings, and being engaged in community — How have you been spending your time?Are you watching the …