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January 2022 Funding Our Future Update

January 20, 2022 — Happy new year! Many challenges persist in 2022, especially with the latest surge of COVID cases. It continues to be important to get vaccinated, boosted, tested, and to wear high-quality masks (like KN95 masks) in order to protect vulnerable members of our community. All households can now order free COVID tests through

Learn more about Mayor Mendenhall’s 2021 Report Card and watch the State of the City Address happening on January 25th. Tune in to the Salt Lake City Government Facebook page or YouTube channel to hear more about the City’s progress and what the priorities are for the upcoming year.

Read on for the latest Funding Our Future updates.


Earlier in January, Mayor Mendenhall addressed an affordable housing summit with state and local leaders, discussing innovative ways we can work together to provide housing solutions.

Learn more here.


Earlier this month, Mayor Mendenhall and the Salt Lake City Police Department provided an update on the City’s crime trends and released the patrol response times for December of 2021. Learn more here.


Time is running out to take the survey about the North Temple Mobility Hub—it closes January 25th! What should the building look like? What community space should it have—playground, art, connection to the Jordan River Trail? Tell us by going to


On our 2021 street projects, we completed:
– 48,345 feet of sidewalk
– 4,100 feet of bike lanes
– 32,330 feet of road

We replaced:
– 14,371 feet of waterline + 7,776 feet of sewer line

To see all of Salt Lake City’s street reconstruction bond projects, visit the Funding Our Future map at

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