The Capitol Hill Neighborhood Council’s purpose is to enhance and strengthen the vitality of our neighborhoods by fostering a participatory community of informed, engaged, and empowered residents working together to improve our neighborhoods. We are organized and run completely by volunteer residents, so your involvement is critical!

Neighborhood Meetings - third Wednesday of every month
Next Meeting: July 17th, 6:00pm

At The Marmalade Library or on Zoom

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Community Updates

  • Jennifer Dailey-Provost – Utah State Representative
  • Detective Marie Stewart – SLC PD Community Liaison Officer
  • Ashley Anderson – Salt Lake School District Board
  • Noah Baskett – Executive Director, Salt Lake City Public Library

Update on Capitol Hill Traffic Solutions Development Study
Breakout Sessions

  • Proposed New Roundabout at 300 N and State Street – Brainstorm ideas to make it the best possible roundabout and create an action plan to positively impact the design.
  • Proposed Cement Plant in our neighborhood – Review summarized research on the health impact of cement batch plants and create an action plan to oppose zoning approval.

Refreshments and socializing at the beginning

Other Upcoming Events

Pop-up Concerts 

  • Free:  live music, coffee, drinks, pastries, and shade!
  • July 20  &  August 17   
  • 10:00 am to noon at the Marmalade Plaza behind the library


  • Marmalade JamFest 2024
  • Annual arts, crafts, live music festival with jam and pie competition
  • September 21   10:00am to 7:00pm
  • Jam after Dark   7:00pm -10:00pm with bar


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Construction Updates - City Creek Canyon

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