Salt Lake City has just over 17 percent of the countywide population, but the city has four of the seven largest creeks that flow through the county. For city resident, Brian Tonetti, the fact that […]
As transportation officials continue to gather public input on the 9-line corridor project, others in the community have turned their attention to another area- the Jordan River and adjacent parkway trail. Construction will soon be underway […]
In Salt Lake City’s westside neighborhood of Glendale, getting to the grocery store can be a challenge. According to a 2013 Salt Lake City Community Food Assessment, the Glendale and Poplar Grove areas have low supermarket access and […]
A vacant lot in Glendale is one step closer to finding a new use. The Salt Lake City Planning Commission sent a favorable recommendation Wednesday to City Council for a zoning change that would allow […]
Salt Lake Mayor Mayor Ralph Becker announced today that he will ask the City Council to consider putting a $125 million to $150 million bond measure on the November ballot to fund his Connecting You […]
Sugar House Park could soon lose the title of “largest city park.” In February, the Salt Lake City Council voted to repurpose Glendale Golf Course, a underused 160-acre golf course in the Glendale neighborhood in […]
An updated master plan for Salt Lake’s west side cleared an important step in Wednesday’s Salt Lake City Planning Commission meeting. The commission gave favorable recommendations to the city council for the rezoning of four […]
The dominate message from Glendale residents, a neighborhood in Salt Lake’s west side, at Tuesday’s Salt Lake City council meeting was that residents want a cleaner and safer neighborhood.