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1300 East Construction Update

13 February 2019

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1300 East Construction Update

Salt Lake City will begin reconstructing 1300 East from 1300 South to 2100 South in April 2019. In order to accommodate the completion deadline, the construction team will temporarily close half of the street at a time: the section between 2100 South and 1700 South, and the section between 1700 South and 1300 South. One […]

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Welcome to East Central Community Council for Residents and Businesses!

10 January 2019

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Welcome to East Central Community Council for Residents and Businesses!

Dear Friends and Neighbors, WELCOME to the  East Central Community Web page, a resource  to stay connected on the latest happenings for all those who live, work and visit our unique and vibrant community of residents and businesses. There is no place like East Central! Bordered by the University of Utah and the University Gardens […]

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About Us

10 January 2019

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About Us

East Central Community Council Salt Lake’s organically grown Urban Neighborhood! The East Central Community Council is a 501 c-3 state and federally registered nonprofit organization located in Salt Lake City, Utah. Membership  in  the ECC is geographically based. It includes from South Temple Street to 900 South, and 700 East to 1400 East.  The ECC […]

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Commitment to Alternative Transportation

5 January 2019

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Commitment to Alternative Transportation

bike web site http://www.bikeslc.com/WheretoRide/SLCBikeMap.html Get the bike map here.

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Commitment to Preserving the History of our Neighborhoods

5 January 2019

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Commitment to Preserving the History of our Neighborhoods

Historic preservation is an endeavor that seeks to preserve, conserve and protect buildings, objects, landscapes or other artifacts of historical significance. East Central Community is a nationally recognized and registered historic district and has two additional City Registered Districts: The University Historic District and the South Temple Historic District. Many contributing buildings in the National District […]

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Commitment to Pedestrian Safety

5 January 2019

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Commitment to Pedestrian Safety

In August of 2000, as part of the Salt Lake City Pedestrian Safety Committee’s initial efforts to reduce pedestrian involved accidents, flags were placed at six crosswalks in the downtown area. The idea for flags was brought to the attention of the pedestrian safety committee by a City Council staff member who saw them being […]

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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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Commitment to Sustainability in the ECC

5 January 2019

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Commitment to Sustainability in the ECC

Sustainability – The ability to endure. The long-term maintenance of environmental, economic and social stewardship, the responsible management of resources for well being.            http://www.slcclassic.com/slcgreen/pdf/trees/  http://www.slcclassic.com/slcgreen/food/ S  

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Safe Passage for Pedestrians across Dangerous “Hot Spots” in the ECC

2 January 2018

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Safe Passage for Pedestrians across Dangerous “Hot Spots” in the ECC

With the highest density in the City and seven arterial streets/ highways cutting through all of it’s neighborhoods,  the ECC launches a campaign to request more be done to provide safe passage for all pedestrians. See the summary of the ten year plan and what is left to be done here: CIP 2013 Pedestrian Safety […]

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Vision / Mission

14 October 2012

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Vision / Mission

East Central Community Salt Lake’s Organically Grown Urban Neighborhood Known for it’s beauty, our community organized in 1926 as a non-profit organization, now  a 501 c-3, registered in the State of Utah and is managed by its Executive Board of Directors. East Central Community Council is the voice of its people and is entrusted as […]

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