Salt Lake City

Local business owners and restauranteurs make major investment with Salt Lake City’s first ‘Food Alley’

In a true example of the American dream, the Nguyen family – Vietnamese immigrants in Salt Lake City since 1992 and owners of Sapa Investment Group – is set to create the City’s first Food Alley. The family opened up the first Pho restaurant in Salt Lake City and now owns five different businesses throughout the Salt Lake Valley. The family says their successful restaurant background, international research, vision and an innovative business model make a recipe for success for Food Alley.

Mayor Biskupski outlines successes and growth opportunities in 2018 State of the City Address

Tonight Salt Lake City Mayor Jackie Biskupski cast her vision for the next two years in her State of the City address at the Horizonte Instruction and Training Center. The speech highlighted the progress made over the past two years and outlined opportunities to improve infrastructure, public transit, affordable housing, public safety and air quality.

“The state of the City is strong,” said Biskupski. “In Salt Lake City we have a rare opportunity to create a transformational shift in how we address growth.”

Salt Lake City Mayor to address housing, transit, infrastructure and safety in State of the City address

Salt Lake City Mayor Jackie Biskupski will address the major challenges and opportunities facing the Capitol City in her State of the City speech on Jan. 31. Her presentation at the Horizonte Instruction and Training Center will include updates on affordable housing, transit, infrastructure and public safety.

Premier office community opens in downtown Salt Lake City

Industrious, a premier shared office space provider with more than 30 shared workspaces in 24 cities nationwide, will open its first location in downtown Salt Lake City mid-February. The new co-working space occupies two floors in the historic Clift Building at 10 West Broadway. The 22,850 square-foot space has 65 private offices and enough space for more than 200 members.

Public should expect heavy-truck traffic, possible brief closures of City Creek Canyon during construction at water treatment plant

January 25, 2018

Beginning on Tuesday, Jan.30, and continuing through Feb. 14, the public can expect heavy-truck traffic while setting equipment in City Creek Canyon for the start of a four-month construction project at the City’s water treatment plant, three miles up the canyon.

Environmentally-friendly coolant company relocates to expandable warehouse in Salt Lake City

January 23, 2018

An international company that manufactures environmentally-friendly industrial lubricants and coolants is moving its U.S. headquarters from West Valley City to Salt Lake City. Oemeta’s new facility will include a water filtration system designed to leave all waste water produced cleaner than it came in.

Salt Lake City and Urban Food Connections announce latest awardees of the Local Food Microgrant Program

January 22, 2018

Applications are now open for local commercial farmers to seek assistance in expanding their operation and production of more organically-grown fruits and vegetables.

Salt Lake City advises residents of wintertime curbside compost collection suspension

January 19, 2018

Temporary suspension saves fuel and emissions during period of extremely low demand

Salt Lake City is reminding residents of the six-week suspension of compost can collection beginning the week of January 22.

Each winter, the City temporarily suspends collection of the brown yard waste containers during a period of very low use, in order to save fuel costs and reduce air pollution during wintertime inversion weeks.

New tech-focused creative co-working community set to open in Salt Lake City

Thursday, January 18, 2018

Kiln announced it has signed a lease agreement to open a new location in Salt Lake City. In addition to a location in Lehi, the new co-working community will have a space at The Gateway, set to open this summer. 

Plan approved for developing Salt Lake City’s Northwest Quadrant

Plan approved for developing Salt Lake City’s Northwest Quadrant

SALT LAKE CITY – The Redevelopment Agency of Salt Lake City (RDA) announced today a major step in the strategic development of the Northwest Quadrant (NWQ), a 3,000-acre area north of Interstate 80 at the western boundary of Salt Lake City.

At today’s RDA Board and Salt Lake City Council meetings, the RDA and Salt Lake City were authorized to enter development agreements with Kennecott Utah Copper and NWQ, LLC, over zoning and property taxes.


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