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November 2021 Funding Our Future Update


November 19, 2021 — November is Native American Heritage Month. Salt Lake City is built on the homelands of the Indigenous Peoples of this region, and we value and honor their stewardship of this land, and contributions to our community.

Read on for the latest Funding Our Future updates.


Salt Lake City’s Housing Stability Division is committed to developing programs that assist low-income residents and neighborhoods, and increasing inclusiveness and equity across all areas of the City. To meet these goals, we utilize public funds including annual federal funding from the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). To best determine how these HUD funds should be spent in 2022-2023, we need your feedback through an online community engagement survey! Learn more here.


Earlier this month, Mayor Mendenhall joined Salt Lake City’s new 911 Director Stephen Meyer in thanking our City’s essential team of dispatchers for the important work they perform every day. Welcome to SLC, Stephen!


Have you heard? Salt Lake City is updating our Transportation Master Plan! What is most important to you when it comes to daily transportation needs? How should Salt Lake City improve the transportation network to better serve you? Your comments will help shape Salt Lake City into a place where it is easy to walk, bike, take transit, or scoot to your destinations.

Take our survey about how you get around Salt Lake City and enter an opportunity drawing for the following mobility benefits!
– FREE 5-day UTA pass
– Annual GREENBike pass for only $5 (Account Required, normal annual pass cost of $75)
– $10 scooter ride credit from Spin (Account Required)

Take the survey by December 3, 2021 to enter! Learn more at


This season’s road construction season is wrapping up, but we’re already thinking ahead. It’s your last chance to take the 1100 East survey. It closes on November 19th! In 2023, we are reconstructing 1100 East from 900 South to Logan Avenue. What do you want to see on the street? Tell us and learn more here.

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