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Salt Lake City seeks public comment on proposed housing projects to be funded with federal dollars

The Salt Lake City Council will hear public comment about proposed projects and activities to be undertaken with 2018-19 federal funds under the following U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) programs. The public hearing will be held March 20 at 7 p.m. at the City Council Chambers, Room 315, Salt Lake City & County Building, 451 South State Street:

Council to hold fact-finding session on Northwest Quadrant; State Legislative leaders invited to Tuesday session

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Feb. 5, 2018
Contact: Dan Weist or Molly Farmer, Council Communications
801-535-7600

Council to hold fact-finding session on Northwest Quadrant;
State Legislative leaders invited to Tuesday session

The Salt Lake City Council will hold a fact-finding session on economic development in the Northwest Quadrant (NWQ) and a related global trade/inland port proposal on Tuesday afternoon, starting at 1 p.m. at the City & County Building.

2017: A Year in Review for SLC Council

In 2017, the Salt Lake City Council focused on strengthening the foundations that support daily life for everyone in the Capital City.

Three primary issues around the essentials of living -- a home, a ride, and safe streets -- were part of a concentrated effort and a series of actions by the Council in the past year. For example:

• Housing: Actions included:

Fast Facts: A preview of the City Council agenda for Dec. 12

What: City Council Work Session & Formal Meeting
When: Tuesday – Dec. 12 2017

3:30 pm Work Session or immediately following the completion of the RDA meeting, which starts at 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
801 535 7600

Highlights from Agenda

Recap of the December 5 City Council Meeting

At the Dec. 5 meeting, Salt Lake City Council Members voted to fund 50 new police officers, plus supported additional employees for the SLPD’s social work office, crime lab and civilian workforce. Read more: http://www.slccouncil.com/council-votes-to-fund-50-new-police-officers/

• Also at the meeting, a citywide Transit Master Plan was adopted by the Council. The Transit plan will help guide the future of bus, light-rail and streetcar system.

Council votes to fund 50 new police officers

Salt Lake City Council Members on Tuesday voted to fund 50 new police officers, plus additional employees to the SLCPD’s social work office, crime lab and civilian workforce.

Also funded by the Council are four new positions related to social work at the Community Connection Center (CCC), an office in the PD dedicated to helping those experiencing homelessness.

The Salt Lake City Council and Mayor of Salt Lake City hereby recognize December 1, 2017 as World AIDS Day

JOINT RESOLUTION RECOGNIZING WORLD AIDS DAY IN 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.

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:

Salt Lake City Passes Ordinance to Reduce Air Pollution from Salt Lake City Buildings by Improving Energy Use

August 30, 2017

CONTACT

Sophia Nicholas, Department of Sustainability

801-574-8593 | sophia.nicholas@slcgov.com

Salt Lake City Passes Ordinance to Reduce Air Pollution from Salt Lake City Buildings by Improving Energy Use

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