Housing Resources Salt Lake City’s Housing and Neighborhood Development (HAND) Division continues to have a COVID-related housing resource guide for the community, and rental assistance remains available to individuals and families who experienced a documented loss of income or financial hardship related to COVID and whose gross income is at or below 100% area median income (AMI).
Frequent Bus Service In August 2020, UTA restored 90 percent of service, targeting improvements for those who need the service the most. The Frequent Transit Network, also known as the FTN, bus routes along 200 South, 900 South, and 2100 South are all being restored to, or improved beyond, pre-COVID levels! Route 200 (State Street North) and Route 217 (Redwood Road) also have the same FTN service and frequency. Additionally, Salt Lake City (in partnership with UTA) is making improvements to bus stops across the City, including some along the FTN. Visit slc.gov/transit for more details.
Streets Crews and Projects While Salt Lake City Streets crews completed many streets maintenance projects this summer, the crews needed to switch their focus to cleaning up debris from the September windstorm. Thanks to these Street crews for everything they do for our City! Separately, the Funding Our Future bond is allowing the City to focus on street reconstruction projects. You can also always learn more about all Salt Lake City streets projects here.