Salt Lake City

Council Proposes 50 New Police Officers to Improve Neighborhood Safety, Address Impacts of Operation Rio Grande

Responding to constituents concerned about their neighborhoods becoming less safe, Salt Lake City Council Members on Tuesday endorsed an unprecedented proposal to add up to 50 new police officers to the Department’s ranks.

Constituent calls to Council Members about safety-and crime-related issues have risen since police changes were made last August to meet the needs of Operation Rio Grande, which has put a further strain on the already-stretched resources.

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PRESS RELEASE

SALT LAKE CITY ARTS COUNCIL  |  LARA FRITTS

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
November 29, 2017

Contact: 

Kandace Steadman                                                Annie Davis

Kandace.Steadman@slcgov.com                      Annie.Davis@slcgov.com 
801-596-5000                                                         385-215-4802

Recap of the November 28 City Council Meeting

What Happened?
CITY COUNCIL of SALT LAKE CITY

www.slccouncil.com

Recap of the November 28 City Council Meeting

Media contact:
Dan Weist or Molly Farmer
801-535-7600

At the Tuesday, Nov. 28 meeting, the Council supported expanding the police force by 50 additional officers to help patrol the city streets. The Council will finalize the action in an official vote that could be taken on Dec. 5 as part of a budget amendment.

A preview of the next SLC Council agenda on Nov. 28, 2017

Fast Facts
A preview of the next Council agenda
CITY COUNCIL of SALT LAKE CITY

What: City Council Work Session & Formal Meeting
When: Tuesday – Nov. 28, 2017

2:30 pm Work Session or immediately following the completion of the Special RDA meeting, which starts 2:00 pm

7:00 pm Formal Meeting (A public comment session is scheduled this night.)

Where:

City & County Building
451 South State Street, 3rd floor
Contact: City Council Office 8015357600

Salt Lake City seeks feedback on informational report on inclusionary zoning programs

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

November 22, 2017

Contact: 

Matthew Rojas

385-228-2365 | matthew.rojas@slcgov.com

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Salt Lake City seeks feedback on informational report on inclusionary zoning programs

Recap of the November 21 City Council Meeting

What Happened?
CITY COUNCIL of SALT LAKE CITY

www.slccouncil.com

Recap of the November 21 City Council Meeting

Fast Facts: a preview of Tuesday, Nov. 21 City Council meetings

Fast Facts
A summary of the next Council agenda
CITY COUNCIL of SALT LAKE CITY

What: City Council Work Session & Formal Meeting
When: Tuesday – Nov. 21, 2017

2:00 pm Work Session (A discussion among Council Members and select presenters. The public is welcome to listen.)

7:00 pm Formal Meeting (A public comment session is scheduled this night.)

Where:

SLC’s Housing Innovation Lab announces winning designs from its Home Innovation Competition

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

November 20, 2017

Contact: 

Matthew Rojas

385-228-2365 | matthew.rojas@slcgov.com

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SLC’s Housing Innovation Lab announces winning designs from its Home Innovation Competition

National Weather Service honors Salt Lake City Public Utilities for 100 years of daily weather observations at Big Cottonwood Water Treatment Plant

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Contact:

Holly Mullen, Department of Public Utilities

801-673-9735 | holly.mullen@slcgov.com

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National Weather Service honors Salt Lake City Public Utilities for 100 years of daily weather observations at Big Cottonwood Water Treatment Plant

Salt Lake City urges residents to properly dispose of or compost yard waste and leaves

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

November 14, 2017

Contact:

Holly Mullen, Salt Lake City Department of Public Utilities

801-673-9735 | holly.mullen@slcgov.com

Lance Allen, Salt Lake City Department of Sustainability

801-535-6952 | lance.allen@slcgov.com

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Salt Lake City urges residents to properly dispose of or compost yard waste and leaves

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