Housing & Neighborhood Development (HAND)

The Housing and Neighborhood Development division administers a wide variety of housing and community development programs that contribute to the quality of life, affordability and sustainability of Salt Lake City's diverse neighborhoods, and support State goals to eliminate chronic homelessness. The Division partners with a variety of non-profit, governmental and lending agencies using City, private and federal funds for these purposes. The Division also oversees fair housing laws and monitors grants received by the City.

Click here to learn more about HAND's vision, mission, and goals along with the market studies that drive them.



Salt Lake City to launch innovative “start-up” housing and business project at 400 South and 300 East

4th South TOD: a 2.2-acre urban in-fill Transit Oriented Development. This mixed use project will include housing and economic development components with emphasis on high quality design. As a predominately residential mixed-use development, this site will be anchored by both an innovative housing project and a business incubator focusing on fostering entrepreneurial skills 
To download a copy of the RFP, you must register at the Utah Public Procurement Place.
Click HERE to register, then search “4th South TOD.”


General Needs Hearing

Salt Lake City  Housing and Neighborhood Development will be hosting a General Needs Hearing to gather input on the needs of the community. Feedback from this meeting will be used to help the citizen advisory board, The Mayor, and the Salt Lake City Council prioritize and recommend funding for proposed activities supported with federal funds. These federal grants help to support projects such as homeownership, housing improvements, parks, streets, sidewalk improvements, refugee services, early childhood education, and more. The General Needs Hearing will be hosted on December 5th at 5pm in Room 118 in the Salt Lake City and County Building (451 South State Street).


Impact Fees Facilities Draft Plan

The Impact Fees Facilities Draft Plan is now available. A frequently asked questions page is also available. 

Two public meetings will be held where the plan will be presented and comments taken. The first will be Tuesday, September 20, 2016, at 9:30 a.m. The second will be held on Thursday, September 22, 2016, at 6:00 p.m. Both will be held in room 315 of the Salt Lake City City/County Building on 451 S State Street. If you are unable to attend either public meeting but still want to comment please visit www.slcgov.com/opencityhall


2017-2018 Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Applications will be accepted starting Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Applications for CIP are now available with a due date of Tuesday, January 3, 2017 by 11:59 p.m. Applications must be submitted online via ZoomGrants™. Incomplete, hand-delivered, emailed, mailed, faxed, or late applications will not be accepted.

Constituents interested in applying need to contact Holly Draney by Wednesday, November 30, 2016 by 3:00 p.m. in order to apply.
Salt Lake City's Capital Improvement Program (CIP) is a multi-year planning program of capital expenditures needed to replace or expand the City's public infrastructure. Capital improvements involve the construction, purchase or rehabilitation of City’s infrastructure including buildings, parks, streets, sidewalks, bridges, transportation, traffic signals or other physical structures. A capital improvement must have a useful life of five or more years. It also must provide one of the following two elements: has a cost of $50,000 or more and/or satisfies the functionality of a capital asset. A capital asset is a type of asset that is not easily sold in the regular course of a business's operations for cash and is generally owned for its role in contributing to the business's ability to generate profit. It is expected that the benefits gained from the asset will extend beyond a time span of five years. A capital improvement is not a recurring capital outlay item (such as a motor vehicle or a fire engine) or a maintenance expense (such as fixing a leaking roof or painting park benches). Acquisition of equipment is not a capital project unless it is an integral part of the capital project. 
Three elements guide the City in determining the annual schedule of infrastructure improvements and budgets. These include the current fiscal year's capital budget, the Impact Fee Facility Plan (IFFP) and the City's Master Plans.  
The Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Application form is the basic source of information of all proposed projects that could be funded within the CIP process utilizing general fund, Class C funds and/or Impact fees.  It will be used by the Community Development Capital Improvement Program Board (CDCIP Board) and CIP Staff in preparing and presenting funding recommendations to the Mayor and City Council during the annual CIP process.
For questions about Salt Lake City’s Capital Improvement Program, contact Holly Draney,
Email Holly.Draney@slcgov.com Phone 801-535-6150


Salt Lake City's Handyman Program

Salt Lake City is now offering assistance with small household repairs to seniors and persons with disabilities.  To qualify, the occupants must qualify as a senior (62 years of age and older) or must have a disability recognized under federal guidelines and the household income must be below 80% of median income.  The applicant must own the property to be repaired.

Click here for more information.

Housing Innovation Lab



Homeless Services Site Evaluation Commission Approved Resolution 

Future Scenarios
Information Packet