✓ADOPTED. On December 12, the Council adopted “Growing SLC: A 5-Year Housing Plan.” The Citywide plan, submitted by the Mayor’s Office to the Council, envisions Salt Lake City as a place where all its residents can find housing that is safe, secure and affordable, and echoes the affordable housing goals of the Council’s 2017 Priority on this topic. Read more.
Salt Lake City Council Members on Tuesday, December 5 voted to fund 50 new police officers, plus supported additional employees for the SLCPD’s social work office, crime lab and civilian workforce.
Also funded by the Council are four new positions related to social work at the Community Connection Center (CCC), an office in the PD dedicated to helping those experiencing homelessness. Read more.
After several discussions and two public hearings about Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs), the Council on December 5 sent the proposal back to the City’s Planning Division for a renewed discussion. The proposed ordinance would have changed the City’s ADU regulations, but will instead will undergo additional Planning review and then renewed Council consideration in spring of 2018. ADUs are small apartments that share a lot with a single-family homes. More at Open City Hall (closed topics).
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October 6, 2015 Agenda
September 22, 2015 Agenda
September 8, 2015 Agenda
September 2 – 4, 2015 Boulder/Denver, CO, Council Field Trip
September 1, 2015 Agenda
August 25, 2015 Agenda
August 18, 2015 Agenda
August 13, 2015 Agenda
August 4, 2015 Agenda
July 28, 2015 Agenda
July 21, 2015 Agenda
Recap of the December 12 Council Meeting
Recap of December 5, 2017 City Council Meeting
Recap of November 28, 2017 City Council Meeting
Recap of the Nov. 21 2017, City Council Meeting
Recap of the November 14 City Council Meeting
Council votes to fund 50 new police officers
Council Proposes 50 New Police Officers to Improve Neighborhood Safety, Address Impacts of Operation Rio Grande
Council Statement on SLCPD Incident at University Hospital
New City Budget Focuses on SLC’s Essential Services
With Budget Deadline approaching, Salt Lake City Learns Property Tax Revenue is $1 Million Less Than Expected