Comment Period – UDOT I-15: Farmington to Salt Lake City Environmental Impact Statement

The 30-day comment period for the draft alternatives to improve the I-15 corridor between Salt Lake City and Farmington (November 10 – December 16). There will be multiple alternatives for review for each of the areas in the study: Salt Lake, North Salt Lake/Woods Cross, Farmington, Centerville/Parrish, Bountiful/West Bountiful, and I-15. All of these alternatives will be on the website …

EFFECTIVENESS OF TRAFFIC CALMING MEASURES IN SALT LAKE CITY

Following a year-long $100,000 study by Fehr & Peers, Capitol Hill was given first priority status for the SLC Transportation Division’s Livable Streets Program. As you know, we’ve been working on this for a couple years. It would be appropriate for the neighborhood to acknowledge the Livable Streets Program by posting the following link on CHNC-slc.org/Transportation: Read the Full Report

Feedback Needed! SLC Transportation Master Plan Survey

Salt Lake City Transportation Division is launching Connect SLC, an extensive process to update the last Transportation Master Plan from 1996. They want to hear from you! Take the survey to share what YOU think about transportation in SLC! Survey closes at the end of December and is available in English and Spanish. Take the Survey – English Take the Survey – Spanish …

Capitol Hill Quick Build – 600 N 200 W

Quick build street design: what is it and why we need it The typical timeline for projects that add complete Streets elements or otherwise change streets to make them safer for bike riders and pedestrians can take years to implement. Smaller projects, such as adding a bulb-out to reduce the width of a pedestrian crossing or adding a protected bike …

Council Meeting November 17, 2021

CAPITOL HILL NIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL COUNCIL MEETING NOVEMBER 17, 2021 6:30 PM on Zoom Register in advance for this meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0vcOuvrjkuHt2s0MUpVwz9eYrmanp3Wliy 6:30    Convene on Zoom            Approve minutes from October 20, 2021 meeting (Can be found at https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Wk6iMn3uFpHkFtOMX4WbDujtqgUIPJx5ly-V5Xc88t0/edit?usp=sharing) Treasurer’s report 6:35    Public officials’ reports Chris Wharton- City Council Lt. Bob Norgaard- SLC PD Jamie Stokes- Mayor’s Office Jen Daily-Provost- Utah Legislature …

Capitol Hill Traffic Calming Plan- Approved and Funded

Report by Brian Hutchinson- CHNC Transportation Committee Chair Show your support for the Capitol Hill Traffic Calming Plan, sign the petition Salt Lake City is about to dramatically improve the safety and livability of its neighborhood streets and residences, starting with a pilot program in the northern gateway neighborhood of Capitol Hill. City Council Member Wharton led an effort to …

COME PAINT THE STREETS!

Please replace the current announcement of seeking ideas for the street art project with an announcement of the actual project. This should be the most prominent item on the landing page. Here’s a text you can use: COME PAINT THE STREETS! Help reshape the intersection of 600 North and 200 West- Center St. to increase safety for pedestrians and cyclists. …

Provide feedback on the draft Vision for the 600/700 North corridor!

Major project milestone and feedback opportunity! The 600/700 North corridor study has released a draft Vision document here.  The Vision document has transformative ideas for the corridor, which will be built in phases, with spot improvements at crosswalks, traffic signals, and bus stops followed by major roadway reconstruction. Before advancing into engineering design, we want to vet this Vision with …

TONIGHT – City Council meeting – Help Solve Capitol Hill’s Traffic Issues

HELP SOLVE CAPITOL HILL’S TRAFFIC ISSUES Tonight, the City Council will consider the Capitol Hill Neighborhood Council’s request for funds to implement our Traffic Calming Plan. This comprehensive plan includes crosswalk enhancements, traffic-slowing devices (“speed lumps”), and other improvements to reduce speeding and cut-through traffic, and enhance pedestrian and bicycle safety in our neighborhood. YOU CAN HELP by attending tomorrow’s …

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 …