After years of public input, independent reviews and an “open call” for ideas, The Salt Lake City Council has sent a set of recommendations to the Mayor’s office that would create new recreational opportunities, expand the City’s open green space and preserve the long-term viability of the City’s golf courses.
The Mayor now has the option to review the recommendations and incorporate them within his budget proposal for the Fiscal Year 2015-16. The Mayor presents his budget plan to the Council in early May, which kicks off a series of budget hearings open to the public. Once the Mayor unveils his budget plan for FY 2015-16 it will become apparent which of the Council’s recommendations have been incorporated, and to what extent.
The public will have multiple opportunities to weigh in on the budget before the Council takes final action in mid-June. Read more info on the budget process here.
Several of the upcoming City Council meetings include a public comment portion of the evening. The City Council formal meetings on April 7 and April 28 include an open podium where people have two minutes to comment on any topic. Scheduled public hearings at formal meetings also are an opportunity to speak on the topic of the hearing. All the formal meetings start at 7:00 p.m.
See the most recent agenda here.
March 17, 2015 Agenda
March 3, 2015 Agenda
February 24, 2015 Agenda
February 17, 2015 Council Planning Workshop Agenda
February 10, 2015 Agenda
February 3, 2015 Agenda
January 20, 2015 Agenda
January 13, 2015 Agenda
January 12, 2015 Legislative Breakfast
January 6, 2015 Agenda
December 16, 2014 Prison Relocation Press Conference
Summary of the March 24 City Council Meeting
Summary of the March 17 City Council Meeting
Summary of the March 3 City Council Meeting
Summary of the February 24 City Council Meeting
Summary of the February 10 City Council Meeting
Council Statement on Mayor Deedee Corradini
New SLC Council Leadership Chosen for 2015
New City Budget focuses on SLC’s core services; additions made to trail development, homeless aid.
SLC Council invites air quality fact-finding panel to Work Session on Earth Day
City Announces Insurance Provider for Big Residential Plumbing Repairs