The City Council’s next meeting is full of proposals that will impact residents citywide, and the Council wants your feedback about them.
Input from a full house was taken in the Chambers on Sept. 19 on such topics as the proposed Transit Master Plan, changes to regulations for Accessory Dwelling Units; and regulations for two new Homeless Resource Centers (HRC) to be built in the City.
This trio of topics has another set of hearings:
Tuesday, October 3 Public Hearing
7 p.m. at the City & County Building
451 South State Street, Room 315
Can’t make the hearings? People also can weigh in at the City’s online forum, Open City Hall: http://www.slcgov.com/opencityhall#peak_democracy
This proposed ordinance would create requirements that the two new HRCs must comply with in order to operate in the City.In addition to this proposal, the Administration is working on design plans for the new buildings and will soon hold public hearings about them. Learn more about both proposals here.
This proposed ordinance would change the City’s Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) regulations. ADUs are small apartments that share a lot with a single-family home. The proposal would change the areas of the City where new ADUs would be allowed, one option being citywide. Latest version of the ordinance.
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