Homeless Services Resource Centers
After an extensive, criteria-driven site selection process, four sites were selected by Mayor Jaqueline Biskupski and the Salt Lake City Council, and announced to the public on December 13, 2016.
A Document Library has been created for reference and information.
Please note that the renderings below are examples only, and are used to illustrate potential size and shape in reference to the surrounding area.
648 West 100 South
Neighborhood and homeless services are easily accessible
Highly connected through multiple modes of public transportation
Size and location allow for creative integration with the surrounding neighborhood
131 East 700 South
Within walking distance of neighborhood services and public facilities
Easily accessible by public transit
Mid-block location supports a secure site
275 West High Avenue
Located in a mixed-use neighborhood with easily accessible services and employment opportunities
Bus and light rail connections are within walking distance
Large site allows for creative design
653 Simpson Avenue
Neighborhood services are easily accessible
Adjacent to the S-Line street car station
Serves Sugar House and the east side of Salt Lake City
Three public open houses were held in January to receive public input on the design of the facilities and how to mitigate community concerns.These workshops will focus on three primary design-oriented themes:
- Safety for the users and surrounding neighbors
- Design to mitigate potential negative effects
- Integration into larger neighborhoods