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Salt Lake Community Network – Top Ten Listing

5 July 2014

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Salt Lake Community Network – Top Ten Listing

SLCN Policy & Issues Committee SLCN is a non-profit 501c3 service organization for the betterment of the Salt Lake City community (residents, local business, neighborhoods, institutions, etc.) with an emphasis on promoting cooperation, understanding and mutual appreciation among Salt Lake’s Community Organizations. SLCN has several standing committees, one of which is the Policy & Issues […]

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Salt Lake City Boards and Commissions

23 July 2012

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Salt Lake City Boards and Commissions

Board and Commission Meetings   Many neighborhood representatives donate their time to make sure that we are well represented on Salt Lake City’s many boards and commissions.  The main Salt Lake City boards and commissions website discusses what each of these groups do, current representatives and how you can apply to become involved. Several. Links for […]

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Mother in Law Apartments – You can now legalize your illegal unit!

25 May 2012

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Mother in Law Apartments – You can now legalize your illegal unit!

On September 18, 2012 the Salt Lake City Council passed the Accessory Dwelling Units ordinance for selected areas of the City that are near fixed transit. Many people know Accessory Dwelling Units as “mother in law apartments” or a unit that is on a property along with a single family home. A great many homes […]

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City Contact List by Topic

17 May 2012

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City Contact List by Topic

ADA/ACCESSIBILITY ISSUES Salt Lake City Government is committed to being accessible to people with disabilities. Questions or complaints about city accessibility can be addressed by the city’s ADA Coordinator . For information on other accessibility issues, contact the Access Utah Network. SLC ADA Coordinator—Mayor’s Office: (801) 535-7976 (TTY Relay: 711); www.slcgov.com/ada Other ADA issues—Access Utah […]

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Hot Links

1 April 2012

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Hot Links

Check out these links we find helpful to have around! Emergency/Crimes in Progress……………………………………… 9-1-1 Police Non-Emergency……………………………………………. 799-3000 Fire Department Non-Emergency…………………………… 799-4232 Drug Hotline……………………………………………. 799-DRUG (3784) Gang Hotline………………………………………………………….. 799-4114 Neighborhood Watch……………………………………………… 799-3332 Graffiti Removal……………………………………………………. 972-7885 Parking & Snow Removal Enforcement………………….. 535-6628 Housing & Zoning Enforcement……………………………… 535-7225 Health Department…………………………………………………. 313-6641 Domestic Violence………………………………………………….. 799-3756    

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Save the date! New Transit “Hive Pass” coming March 1st!!

30 November 2011

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Save the date! New Transit “Hive Pass” coming March 1st!!

Here is the Information for the pilot Transit Pass Program for Salt Lake Residents. Good for one year on Bus, TRAX & Frontrunner for only $30 per month. Pay for the full year &  you  get a ten dollar discount. Link to more information here:  RidewithHive.com Sign up to receive emails alerts Program Basics: The […]

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Salt Lake City Transparency Initiative

12 November 2011

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Salt Lake City Transparency Initiative

This article discusses how Salt Lake City plans to take transparency to a higher level, building on the foundation provided by the Utah Open and Public Meetings Act and Government Access and Management Act. Utah Bar Journal On Beyond GRAMA and the Open Meetings Act – The Proposal for Greater Transparency, Openness, and Inclusion in […]

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Sidewalk or Curb & Gutter Replacement

30 October 2011

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Sidewalk or Curb & Gutter Replacement

By City Ordinance, the repair or replacement of deteriorated sidewalk and curb and gutter in the public way is the responsibility of the adjacent private property owner.  Property owners can hire a contractor to accomplish the required concrete repairs, which requires a permit to work in the public way, or property owners can take advantage […]

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Accessory Dwelling Units

11 October 2011

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Accessory Dwelling Units

Accessory Dwelling Units The Council voted 5-2 to allow Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs), also known as mother-in-law apartments or granny flats, in single-family and multi-family zoning districts. However, only properties located within half (½) mile of an operational fixed transit stop are eligible. An accessory dwelling unit may be incorporated within or added onto an […]

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Unit Legalization

11 October 2011

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Unit Legalization

Revised Unit Legalization Guidelines with a one year sunset timeframe. Council approved this ordinance on Sept. 18 by 6-1 vote The Council voted 5-2 to allow ADUs (mother-in-law apartments) adjacent to single-family dwellings. But those accessory dwelling units must be located within a half-mile of light rail or street cars. The single-family dwellings must by […]

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