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

10 October 2015

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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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University to Downtown Bikeway

14 April 2013

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University to Downtown Bikeway

The Salt Lake Transportation Division has completed a preliminary corridor evaluation for a University to Downtown Bikeway. The City says that the University to Downtown corridor is a key corridor for bicyclists, and the City wishes to provide a “better than a bike lane” connection using a progressive bikeway design similar to others being implemented […]

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Holy Cross Chapel Restoration Project

4 April 2013

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Holy Cross Chapel Restoration Project

The Historic Holy Cross Chapel is a beautiful, historic building that provides an interfaith sanctuary of solitude and comfort for patients, families, staff, visitors, and friends. Construction began in 1901 and dedicated in April 14, 1904   The chapel was created as part of the Holy Cross Hospital, first established in 1875 by the Sisters […]

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Proposed Condo Development: 1075 East 800 South

19 March 2013

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Proposed Condo Development: 1075 East 800 South

A new condo development called Arlington Park is being proposed in our community at 1075 East 800 South. The applicant is requesting the following: 1.  A special exception to increase the allowed height 2.  A planned development for more than one principal building on a lot (they are proposing 3) 3.  A planned development to […]

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The Building Justice Project – University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law

20 February 2013

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The Building Justice Project – University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law

The Building Justice Project On June 4, 2013, the College of Law will celebrate the centennial of its very first graduating class. On that same date, the College is scheduled to break ground on a new building. Through the Building Justice Project, the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law is designing and constructing […]

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“Lighter, quicker, cheaper” to calm neighborhood traffic.

2 September 2012

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“Lighter, quicker, cheaper” to calm neighborhood traffic.

Next week the Salt Lake City Transportation Division will be installing temporary planters on 400 South between 1100 & 1200 East to remind those speeding down the street that they are driving within a neighborhood. The planters will remain until mid September. The City has 6 sets of temporary planters (really  feeding troughs filled with […]

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Demolition & the Gardens – Salt Lake Clinic Construction Phase 3

25 May 2012

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Demolition & the Gardens – Salt Lake Clinic Construction Phase 3

The third phase of the Salt Lake Clinic construction project is now underway. This phase includes the demolition of the old clinic building and the completion of landscaping and site work in this area. If you need to contact IHC regarding this work, please go to this site to ask a question or make a […]

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University Historic District Expansion

8 May 2012

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University Historic District Expansion

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Olympic Legacy Project

11 October 2011

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Olympic Legacy Project

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McClelland Trail (Salt Lake City Canal)

11 October 2011

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McClelland Trail (Salt Lake City Canal)

Salt Lake City Old Water Conveyance Systems Early water conveyance systems (1847 – 1909) serve the City’s residents. LeRoy W. Hooton, Jr. Originally posted on June 23, 2007 Revised and posted on October 8, 2009 Ditches and Canals   The 28-mile Jordan & Salt Lake City Canal conveyed up to 150 cfs of Utah Lake […]

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