SLC 2017-18 Budget Public Hearings

Weigh-in on Proposed City Budget! Attend an Upcoming Budget Hearing; Next is Tuesday, May 23

The City’s annual budget deliberations are in full swing, dominating the Council’s work sessions and formal meetings through May and June. Public participation is critical to the budget process, due to the many important decisions that could affect you!

Come to City Hall and share your thoughts on the Mayor’s Citywide funding proposals during one of the next two public hearings scheduled on Tuesday, May 23 and Tuesday, June 6, both at 7:00 p.m. Unable to attend a hearing? View other ways to send your comments to the Council.

Learn more about the City budget process here.

 

Watch the SLC Council Meeting on Facebook Live

Catch up with Council on Facebook Live!

Three ways to tune in live to the Salt Lake City Council meetings includes Facebook Live, a live YouTube feed, and SLCTV (CH 17).

For starters, just head over to the Council’s Facebook page to drop in on the live proceedings.

  • Or click on the live YouTube channel, which includes an integrated agenda here.
  • And another option,  go to Cable Ch17 to drop in the live proceedings. Learn more.

Zoning regulations for Homeless Resource Centers to receive Council public hearing

The City Council will soon be asking for comments on a proposed zoning amendment involving standards for homeless resource centers.

The proposal received a favorable recommendation from the Planning Commission on March 22. A briefing before the Council and a public hearing will be scheduled in the coming months.  Learn about the proposed standards on the City’s online forum, Open City Hall.

Two homeless resource centers are being planned for Salt Lake City. This ordinance would affect the conditions, or regulations for any Center in Salt Lake City. Some features of the proposal, as passed by the Planning Commission, are:

  • Creating a definition outlining the purpose of a homeless resource center
  • Identifying homeless resource centers as a conditional use in areas that currently permit homeless shelters
  • Creating requirements that address potential negative impacts of homeless resource centers and homeless shelters

The draft ordinance is available here. In the meantime,  you also can attend any upcoming 7:00 p.m. formal meeting to address the full Council during the general comment period. Find out when the next formal meeting is here, or call 801-535-7600.

For questions, comments, and concerns please email homelessinfo@slcgov.com. Your input will be shared with the Mayor and Council Members.

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