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Commitment to Gardens, Parks & Open Space

5 January 2019

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Commitment to Gardens, Parks & Open Space

Victory Park, University Gardens Neighborhood Faultline Gardens, University Gardens Neighborhood Reservoir Park, University Gardens Neighborhood 800 East and 1200 East Parkings, University Gardens and Bryant Park Neighborhoods Legacy Garden, University Gardens Neighborhood Gilgal Sculpture Garden, Bennion Gardens Neighborhood

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UNC Rose Community Garden was created in 2014!

2 December 2014

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UNC Rose Community Garden was created in 2014!

Established on 300 South between 900 and 1000 East,  the Intermountain Salt Lake Clinic created the perfect community park/garden for the University Gardens Neighborhood/East Central Community Council. Initially intended as an access road and extended parking, the Salt Lake Clinic wanted to create a positive space for the neighborhood leaving the 300 South block face […]

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University Neighborhood Rose Community Garden

22 May 2013

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University Neighborhood Rose Community Garden

The UNC Rose Community Garden is located between 900 and 1000 East on 300 South. Due to the generous support and commitment towards community from  Intermountain Salt Lake Clinic, the UNC is proud to add this beautiful garden space to our long tradition of parks, open space and gardens. The UNC has entered into a […]

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University Neighborhood Community Garden – Spring

15 June 2012

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University Neighborhood Community Garden – Spring

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History of the University Gardens Islands originally called “Parkings”

13 May 2012

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History of the University Gardens Islands originally called “Parkings”

A little bit of history regarding University Gardens Islands: When these historic islands were first created (1913) they replaced the electrical poles and wires that ran down the center of the street. They were called “Parkings” intended as a park for those who were not able to travel to the City parks, mountains and open […]

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Reservoir Park Project

9 October 2011

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Reservoir Park Project

   The memory of our Beloved Park is Maintained! Click here to see the garden design:  reservoir park garden Click here to see how well the City and Neighborhood worked to bring about a well excepted change: Reservoir Park Collaborative Pubic Process Final (2) Thirteenth East Reservoir – A Bit of History Disappears This historic […]

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