The Salt Lake City Planning Division is currently in need of residents from District 2 (which includes Glendale) to serve as commissioners on two important commissions in the city — the Planning Commission and the Historic Landmarks Commission. Please see the attached flyers and consider getting involved. You can find more information at www.slc.gov/boards.
The Planning Division received a request for a Conditional Use for a place of worship at 1612 & 1624 South 1000 West and we are soliciting comments from the Glendale Community Council, who is the recognized organization for this area. More information about the request is attached.
Come celebrate the opening of Salt Lake City's newest park, the Three Creeks Confluence! Featuring live music, food trucks, and beer provided by Fisher Brewery, this is a party you won't want to miss! Event runs from 5pm to 9pm on Friday, July 9th. Adults 18+ must show valid ID for alcohol purchase.
Attached please find notice of proposed changes to the Salt Lake City Zoning Code. The proposed changes are intended to remove zoning barriers to support the growth of technology related land uses in the city, which is one of Mayor Mendenhall’s 2021 goals. Information regarding this proposal can be found on the planning division website by clicking on the following link: Open House Info
This project is also utilizing a dedicated website to relay information and collect public input through an optional survey. That website can be found here: Tech Related Land Uses The link to the open house info also contains the link to the dedicated website.
The Glendale neighborhood, through the Glendale Community Council has approved a new community plan designed to promote civic engagement and community improvement.
Residents of Glendale voted at the May 19th meeting of the Glendale Community Council to approve a new plan, called the One Glendale Plan. The plan addresses several topics of community interest and outlines recommendations for how the community council engage residents to address issues.
The One Glendale Plan is the result of a yearlong planning process led by Lily Marie Oswald and Brandon Siracuse, students from the University of Utah who led the planning process during an internship with the Glendale Community Council. As a result of their work on the project, Lily and Brandon received the 2021 Best Professional Project Award from the Department of City and Metropolitan Planning at the University of Utah.
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