Salt Lake City Mayor Erin Mendenhall has issued a declaration of a State of Local Emergency to prepare for the potential spread of COVID-19 and is providing continuing guidance for our City. There is no interruption of service for public utilities, including water and trash pickup. View information about the March 18, 2020 earthquake here

Salt Lake City’s population is growing and is expected to keep growing. Our economy is strong, and the number of people commuting into the City every day to work, learn, be entertained and seek out services is increasing.

However that growth brings challenges. The City’s bright future could be dimmed without investing more in our critical public services. Through years of thoughtful study, planning and public involvement, Salt Lake City identified unfunded one-time and ongoing needs in the areas of street conditions, affordable housing, transit and neighborhood safety. 

By creating more affordable housing options, providing safer neighborhoods and connecting residents and businesses to better transit and complete streets, we can ensure that our Capital City remains a prosperous, livable place for all.

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Start at the Beginning
Start at the Beginning

Learn about how we got here and the engagement process up to now

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Critical Needs Dashboard
Critical Needs Dashboard

Learn about programs funded by the sales tax increase and streets reconstruction bond

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Learn What's New
Learn What's New

Learn about the latest project updates, engagement, and news

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