LUZ Reports

The Salt Lake City Council will begin their 2024-35 budget deliberations from May to Mid-June. The Council will meet weekly between May and mid-June to discuss, review, and fine-tune the recommended FY25 budget based on its priorities and public input. You can learn about the...

The Salt Lake City Council will begin their 2024-35 budget deliberations from May to Mid-June. The Council will meet weekly between May and mid-June to discuss, review, and fine-tune the recommended FY25 budget based on its priorities and public input. You can learn about the...

On February 28, the PC forwarded a positive recommendation on Adaptive Reuse to the City Council We have had questions about the Wendy’s on 1300 E, they are not going anywhere, just doing a much needed remodel. We learned about a new project called Fairmont Heights 2557...

SUGAR HOUSE IS TWO WORDS! Wells Fargo  - They are still working with the city, we assume to make changes to their original proposal.  if the new zone gets approved every parcel in that zone would be eligible, but each one would have to apply individually...

The city continues its revision of the zoning code, and we reviewed text amendments at our December LUZ meeting. Building Services Ordinance (Construction Enforcement, Fines, Boarded Buildings etc) This was a pretty technical revision, and we did not write a letter. Mobile Business Text Amendment...

On December 5 the  Salt Lake City Council voted to approve Affordable Housing Incentives (AHI) zoning changes to encourage affordable housing construction across the City. This landmark decision comes after months of thorough Council deliberations, underscoring the City's commitment to making Salt Lake City an affordable place to live despite growth and change. The...

In the November Planning Commission meeting, the General Plan and Zoning Amendments (Community Benefit Ordinance was approved with conditions and will now go on to the City Council for final approval. 2903 Highland Drive was approved as a Planned Development and for Design Standards. The citywide Transportation...

The Planning Commission has approved the daycare ordinance changes, to hopefully make it easier for someone to set up a daycare in their home. We are short some 20,000 daycare positions, and once the Federal subsidy stops in December, there will be a bigger need. ...

DO YOU EVER WONDER HOW TO COMMUNICATE WITH THE CITY? Check out this website www.myslc.gov.  You can ask questions of most every department in the city and if you don’t know who to ask, use the link at the bottom to send a general question. DO...

Thriving in Place - The Salt Lake City Planning Commission voted to forward a positive recommendation to the City Council for the adoption of the Thriving in Place plan. Salt Lake City spent the last two years working with a consultant to understand displacement and...