Salt Lake City’s Planning Division invites residents and users of Parley’s Way to help shape the future of one of the Capital City’s busiest travel corridors.
Parley’s Way has long been identified as an important gateway into Salt Lake City and regular users have expressed their interest in enhancing the safety, efficiency and aesthetics of the corridor for pedestrians, cyclists, drivers and transit riders. The City’s Planning Division is requesting public input to shape the Parley’s Way Corridor Plan.
Participants will have the opportunity to weigh-in on four focus areas:
- Neighborhood Connectivity
- Land Use
- Streetscape Design
You can participate in the Parley’s Way Corridor Plan survey by visiting www.slcgov.com/opencityhall.
Salt Lake City’s updated Pedestrian & Bicycle Master Plan is now available in draft form for public input!
The draft plan, developed over the past two years with input from thousands of residents and stakeholders, is available for review online at www.slcgov.com/opencityhall and the project website www.walkbikeslc.com. Download your copy. A hard copy is also available at the Transportation Division, please call (801) 535-6630 for details.
The City would like to hear from you to know to how well this plan reflects your vision, goals, and recommendations for the City’s walking and bicycling initiatives over the next 20 years. Are there things you would like us to change? Let us know!
The review period is open until Wednesday, December 17.
Salt Lake City is soliciting public input on the future of garbage fees, enforcement and curbside compost.
Carve out two minutes and take the short survey!
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!