Do you know a local farmer or organization that is seeking agricultural land to develop?
As part of Salt Lake County’s vision to create more opportunities for locally produced food, the Open Space and Urban Farming programs are seeking local farmers to manage land at Wheadon Park and Big Cottonwood Regional Park. The three separate sites have a total of 20.3 farmable acres.
The County is soliciting proposals from qualified firms “Proposer / Contractor” to provide management and operation of commercial farming enterprise at Big Cottonwood Regional Park (7 acres) and at two parcels at Wheadon Park (3.4 and 9.9 acres).
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.
More information on the initiative, visit http://ouroutdoorsslc.com.
Event: Parks, Trails and Open Space Initiative Open House
When: Thursday, May 14 from 4-7 p.m.
Where: Sunnyside Park Pavilion (1735 E. Sunnyside Ave.)
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!
Take a virtual winter stroll through Salt Lake City’s Hidden Hollow Park with these awesome tours, courtesy of the Open Space Program.
Click on the images below to begin your virtual tour!
Hidden Hollow Winter Walk (A) by jpete on Photosynth Read more