Come learn about the process a new community garden goes through to get approved. We’re also looking for your input what you would like included in the garden design. Finally, we’ll discuss potential impacts it could bring to the neighborhood.
Salt Lake City’s Transportation Division, along with several partner organizations, invite residents and area stakeholders to meet and discuss the future of the Foothill Drive corridor at an open house to be held Thursday, March 31, at 5 pm located at Hillside Middle School, 1825 Nevada Street in Salt Lake City.
The open house marks the beginning of Foothill Drive Implementation Strategy, which will identify short term and long-term priorities to address traffic congestion, improve neighborhood connections, enhance safety, and provide transportation options.
Foothill Drive has long served as a vital urban thoroughfare linking I-80, I-215, and Parley’s Way at the City’s Southeastern border to the Foothill Cultural District and the University of Utah, and eventually Downtown via 500/400 South.
The street also serves as a neighbor commercial corridor and regular users have expressed interest in enhancing the safety, efficiency and aesthetics of the corridor for pedestrians, cyclists, drivers and transit riders.
To learn more about the project and to share your ideas, visit the project website at www.foothilldrive.org, email the project team at email@example.com, join us at the upcoming open house or call the project hotline at 801-535-7130 to provide comment.
Who: Salt Lake City Transportation Division, University of Utah, Utah Department of Transportation, Wasatch Front Regional Council, Salt Lake County, Utah Transit Authority
Where: Hillside Middle School
1825 Nevada Street
Salt Lake City, Utah
When: Thursday, March 31st from 5 p.m. -7 p.m.
People with disabilities who would like to request reasonable accommodation to attend this event should provide 48 hours advance notice. Accommodations may include alternate formats, interpreters, and other auxiliary aids. For questions or additional information, please contact Christine Passey, Coordinator for Disability Rights/Special Projects, at firstname.lastname@example.org, 801-535-7110, or TDD 801-535-6021.
Salt Lake City residents are invited to participate in the first of a series of public open houses on Thursday, May 14 from 4-7 p.m. at the Sunnyside Park Pavilion, 1735 E. Sunnyside Ave. to share their ideas about how to improve the City’s parks, trails and open space assets.
Salt Lake City is conducting a broad and inclusive public engagement process throughout May to generate ideas and gather feedback about what residents value most about parks, trails and open space in the City and about specific projects they’d like to see investment in.
Are you interested in gardening and farming? Do you want to know where your food comes from? Would you like to start a community garden in your neighborhood? Are you interested in leasing land for small plot farming? Do you care about local food?
You’re invited to attend Salt Lake County’s Urban Farming Open House!
What: Urban Farming Open House
Where: 2001 South State Street, South Building Atrium
Salt Lake City recognizes the important role community vegetable gardens play in supporting our local food system, and has made it a goal to support gardens.
In order to help facilitate the development of new gardens, the City has identified City-owned or managed parcels located on properties with access to a waterline and other conditions conducive to creating a successful and sustainable community garden.
Salt Lake City is seeking public input on the creation of a new, citywide signage system for public spaces and invites residents to an open house event on Thursday, January 23rd from 5:30-7:30 p.m. in the Black Box Theatre at the Sorenson Unity Center, 1383 S. 900 West.
Salt Lake City is home to one of the most diverse parks and open space systems in the nation.
From steep foothills to parkway trails tracing the Jordan River, the City’s open spaces help define the community’s quality of life.
In order to enhance the user experience and stewardship of these spaces, Landmark Design, Inc. was selected to lead planning and design efforts toward the creation of a comprehensive signage system for the City’s parks, natural lands and trails.
The purpose of the project is twofold: (1) establish a plan that outlines the signage standards for enhancing the user experience, and then (2) create the design of specific signs for nine sites below:
Bonneville Shoreline Preserve
Bonneville Shoreline Trail
Ensign Peak Trail
Hidden Hollow Natural Area
H-Rock Open Space
Jordan River Parkway
Miller Park Bird Refuge
Parley’s Historic Nature Park
Wasatch Hollow Open Space
This is the first of three public meetings scheduled during winter/spring 2014 for the public to review progress and provide input on this project.
Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to weigh in on the future of our flagship parks and open spaces!