March 2020 Funding Our Future Update

March 20, 2020 — Earthquakes, pandemics, and working from home, oh my! During this time of uncertainty, it’s important to know that Salt Lake City continues its day-to-day operations to provide essential services as well as emergency response operations when necessary. 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. Mayor Mendenhall signed a third emergency proclamation after the 5.7 earthquake on March 18th. There will be no interruption of service for public utilities, including water and trash pickup. Please stay safe and healthy by staying at home as much as possible and washing your hands frequently. Engagement for Salt Lake City projects, including Funding Our Future, will be online only until further notice. (more…)

February 2020 Funding Our Future Update

February 21, 2020 — All of the most recent quarterly updates are live on the Funding Our Future website, check out the progress in the critical need areas! Read on to learn more about recent and upcoming engagement on Funding Our Future programs and projects. (more…)

January 2020 Funding Our Future Update

January 14, 2020 — With 2020 upon us, it’s time to look ahead at upcoming presentations and engagement around Funding Our Future projects. (more…)

Funding Our Future 2019 Year in Review

December 18, 2019 — As 2019 comes to a close, it’s a good time to reflect on all the progress and updates that have happened with Funding Our Future projects during this past year in the critical need areas of improved street conditions, greater housing opportunities, better transit service, and increased neighborhood safety. Also, check out this video for a recap of Salt Lake City’s 2019 accomplishments, highlighting multiple Funding Our Future projects! (more…)

Funding Our Future Bond Update

October 14, 2019 — Last Tuesday October 8th, Salt Lake City sold the first $20-million installment of the $87-million general obligation (GO) bond, approved by voters for the reconstruction of the City’s streets. (more…)

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