Archive | May, 2012

Bryant Park Neighborhood

31 May 2012

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Bryant Park Neighborhood

Welcome to the Bryant Park Neighborhood of the ECC! We are located between 700 E. and 900 E. & South Temple and 400 So.  Get the zoning map here.

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The ECC Supports Local

31 May 2012

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The ECC Supports Local

Resources for your Small Business Click on the links below for local, state, federal and best of the web resources to support and grow you business. Tools for Business   Small Business Administration Everything Local!        Business Planning and Assistance Funding Programs Business Location and Tax Incentives Just Starting Out / Business Formation Government Requirements Employer […]

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Douglas Neighborhood Association (DNA)

30 May 2012

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Douglas Neighborhood Association (DNA)

Welcome to the Douglas Neighborhood Association of the ECC! We are located between 1000 East and University Street & 500 So. to 900 So.  Get the zoning map here. Douglas prides itself on historic homes, beautiful gardens, and tree-lined streets on the eastside of Salt Lake City. Douglas is also the proud home of the […]

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East Central Neighborhood Map

28 May 2012

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East Central Neighborhood Map

Click on the following link to see the Community Council and Neighborhood Map: Community Council & Neighborhood Map

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The Art Barn

23 May 2012

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The Art Barn

TheArt Barn is the home of the Salt Lake City Arts Council. Located in Reservoir Park, in the University Gardens Neighborhood of the ECC, the Art Barn has served as a community art center since its doors opened in the early 1930s. The building houses the Finch Lane Gallery, the Park Gallery and the offices […]

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Central Community Master Plan

16 May 2012

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Central Community Master Plan

Guiding Principles: Development of the Central Community Master Plan includes these guiding principles:   1. Identify and address the issues, policies and implementation actions presented in the 1974 Central Community Development Plan, which were not achieved.   2. Create a user-friendly document that clearly communicates the vision, goals, and policies to guide and manage future […]

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Local Salt Lake Events

15 May 2012

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Local Salt Lake Events

Check out Salt Lake’s upcoming events! The City Weekly Downtown SLC Alliance The Gallivan Center The King’s English Kingsbury Hall Local First Utah The Red Butte Garden Salt Lake City Arts Council Salt Lake City Events Salt Lake City Library – Main Branch Tracy Aviary University of Utah Events Wasatch Community Gardens Westminster College Cultural […]

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Neighborhood Watch

15 May 2012

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Neighborhood Watch

Our community is built on the strength of our citizens, with every day situations calling upon us to be the eyes and ears of law enforcement. Click the link below to find out how you can fight crime in your neighborhood by joining a Neighborhood Watch group. Get more info here.

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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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Cool Stuff from the October 11th Community Meeting

13 May 2012

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Cool Stuff from the October 11th Community Meeting

Thanks to everyone who joined us for our last community meeting! We hope you find the following information and links from the meeting useful: Do you have more questions for Benjamin Roberts, Parking Enforcement Program Manager?  Contact him here: 801.535.6585/801.509.1110 or benjamin.roberts@slcgov.com For information about parking downtown click here. Want more info on Proposition #1 […]

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