March 16, 2021 — March is Women’s History Month. Salt Lake City is home to strong women who are leaders wherever they go. We celebrate them and their contributions today and every day. Learn the latest about different City programs and opportunities to share your feedback below.
For a COVID vaccination timeline for distribution and details, visit coronavirus.utah.gov/
Funding Our Future housing programs are one part of Growing SLC. Do you know about this plan? Back in December of 2017, the Salt Lake City Council voted unanimously to adopt Growing SLC: A Five-Year Housing Plan 2018-2022. This was the first housing plan for Salt Lake City since 2000. The plan outlines a strategy for ensuring long-term affordability and preservation that continues to enhance neighborhoods while balancing their unique needs. Moreover, it considers that as we grow, we must build thoughtfully, in a way that is sustainable, equitable and durable. Growing SLC lays out a number of comprehensive solutions and policies like updates to zoning regulations and increasing homeownership opportunities. Right now, the City Council is considering numerous zoning changes related to housing. Learn more about the 2020 Growing SLC Annual Report here.
Mayor Mendenhall and the City Council are working jointly to move full speed ahead on several fronts at once to address racial equity in policing. The City’s 2020 year-end progress report on this issue was recently released. The report outlines work the Council and the Mayor have done over the past year, as well as points out the path forward. Learn more about that report here.
You can also visit www.SLCREPCommission.com to participate in a discussion forum or fill out a survey.
We need your feedback! The 600/700 North Study will create a plan to transform this critical Westside Salt Lake City corridor in ways that promote safety and improve access for people walking, biking and taking transit. The project team has developed 3 potential concepts for how the 600/700 North corridor could be improved to achieve the project goals. Learn more and take the survey here —before it closes March 31st!
Also, UTA is offering free fare to COVID vaccination appointments through June 30, 2021. The free fare is valid on all UTA modes, including the Frequent Transit Network buses. Learn more here.
The 900 South street design for the Central Ninth neighborhood (West Temple to 300 West) is here! This Funding Our Future bond reconstruction project is starting this year. Learn more at 900southslc.com.
There are other big, exciting bond reconstruction projects starting this year, including 300 West, 100 South, 900 East, and more. Learn about all the upcoming bond reconstruction projects on the map here.