Out of an abundance of caution, Salt Lake City Parks and Public Lands is temporarily closing the pond at Liberty Park. The pond is partially fed by sources connected to the Jordan River water system. The pond is being flushed with alternate sources of water and will be open for regular use when this is complete. Though no visible signs of contamination have been found, the Salt Lake City Department of Public Utilities has proactively taken water samples from the pond.
Statement from Mayor Becker on Proposed Parks, Trails and Open Space Bond
“After listening and considering input from the community, the City Council, Salt Lake County officials and others, I’m convinced that a parks, trails and open space bond is the right thing to do, but now is the not the right time to do it.”
New Fencing Will Isolate Hidden Hollow Project From Urban Park
SALT LAKE CITY – The City’s Public Services Department, in partnership with Utah Open Lands, advises residents that a new project adjacent to protected public land in the Hidden Hollow area will bring some changes to the area during an upcoming construction period.
City to Host Panel on Off-Leash Programs Public discussion aimed at collaborative problem solving
SALT LAKE CITY – Salt Lake City, in partnership with Salt Lake County Animal Services, is hosting a moderated public panel from 6:30-8 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 24 at the Salt Lake City Main Library Auditorium, 210 E. 400 South, to discuss off-leash dog services and amenities provided by the City.