Be Heard – Make a Difference

Be Heard – Make a Difference

Written by East Central Chair

Topics: Be Heard!

Be Heard in East Central Community Council:
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BE Heard by the City Council:

Call or email our City Council Representative.

You may also contact the City Council Office at 801.535.7600.

District 1
Carlton Christensen –carlton.christensen@slcgov.com
801.535.7723
Liaison: Kristin Mulderig – email

District 5
Jill Remington Love – jill.love@slcgov.com
801.535.7786
Liaison: Amber McClellan- email

District 2
Kyle LaMalfa – kyle.lamalfa@slcgov.com
801.535.7781
Liaison: Brian Fullmer – email

District 6
Charlie Luke – charlie.luke@slcgov.com
801.535.7784
Liaison: Amber McClellan – email

District 3
Stan Penfold – stan.penfold@slcgov.com
801.535.7726
Liaison: Kristin Mulderig – email

District 7
Søren Simonsen – soren.simonsen@slcgov.com
801.535.7715
Liaison: Brian Fullmer – email

District 4
Luke Garrott – luke.garrott@slcgov.com
801.535.7782 Liaison Nick Tarbet:

Submit your comments to the full Council via email: council.comments@slcgov.com

US Mail :

For 451 S State Street, Room 304
PO Box 145476
Salt Lake City, UT 84114-5476
Main Office: 801-535-7600
Fax: 801-535-7651

Ways to comment

There are three ways that you can participate in the decision process:

  1. Provide your comments to  “Open City Hall” discussion forums.
  2. Email or send a letter to the City Council.
  3. Attend the public hearings, when scheduled. The dates will be added to the top of this OCH topic


24-hour comment line: 801-535-7654

BE Heard by the Mayor Becker
BE Heard by Salt Lake City:

All comments provided in the “Open City Hall” discussion forum, as well as those sent directly to Council, will be sent to City leaders for their consideration.

Open City Hall is an online forum for civic engagement. Read what others are saying about important Salt Lake City topics, then post your own statement. City officials will read the statements and incorporate them into their decision process.

When you post your first statement, you will be asked for your name and home address. This confidential information is only used to identify statements from residents in and near Salt Lake City – so that users know which statements are from local residents.

Open City Hall is run by Peak Democracy, a non-partisan company whose mission is to broaden civic engagement and build public trust in government. They will keep your information confidential per their strict privacy agreement.

As with any public comment process, participation in Open City Hall is voluntary; city officials will consider input from this forum along with all other channels for participation. However you choose to participate, thanks for helping us build a better Salt Lake City.

Watch SLCTV 17

If you are unable to attend a City Council meeting, Planning Commission Meeting or Historic Landmarks Commission meeting, here are some other options:

  • Watch SLCTV live from a computer by visiting: www.slctv.com and click on “watch SLCTV live.”
  • View a rebroadcast on SLCTV cable channel 17 by visiting: www.slctv.com/schedule.htm to obtain an SLCTV schedule.
  • Visit: www.slctv.com/vid_demand.htm to listen to a previous meeting or download a podcast.
  • Contact the City Recorder’s Office at (801) 535-7671 and request a CD copy of the meeting or a particular agenda item.

 

Esther is a Chair of the East Central Community Council.

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