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: May 15th, 6:30pm

At The Marmalade Library or on Zoom

Program will include:

Proposed Cement Plant in our neighborhood-follow-up discussion
Updates: Jennifer Dailey-Provost-Utah State Representative
Chris Wharton-Salt Lake City Council Member
Detective Marie Stewart-SLC PD Community Liaison Office
North Capitol Building Project Update-Dana Jones and Construction Team
HEAL Utah-Lexie Tuddenham
SLC Public Library-Noah Baskett. Executive Director
Refreshments and socializing at the beginning

Join on Zoom

Other Upcoming Events

Marmalade Plaza Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

May 11th 11:00 AM 

30-minute event to open and dedicate our beautiful new plaza just behind the Marmalade Library 280 W 300 N City officials, artist of the Apricot sculpture, landscape architect, brief history of the block. This will be the site for many future neighborhood events such as the three planned Pop-Up Events with free music, coffee, drinks, and pastries.

May 18 - Pop-up events-Free live music. coffee. drinks. pastries

June 15 - every 3rd Saturday 10M to noon at the new July 20 • Marmalade Plaza behind the library

July 4 - Annual Independence Day Breakfast. 8:00-10:00 AM-Warm Springs Park

Sep 21  - Jam Fest 2024|


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