Salt Lake on the Street: Making downtown Salt Lake vibrant

The proposed density distribution in the Downtown Master Plan.  Image courtesy Salt Lake City.
The proposed density distribution in the Downtown Master Plan. Image courtesy Salt Lake City.

Salt Lake on the Street is a weekly podcast featuring discussions with community stakeholders about Salt Lake urban and community development.   The podcast is made possible through a podcast partnership with 90.9 FM KRCL.  New shows will be uploaded weekly with portions of each episode airing throughout the week on KRCL.

Salt Lake on the Street Episode Eleven:

Last month the Salt Lake City Planning Commission voted to forward a favorable recommendation to the City Council on an updated version of the Downtown Community Plan.   The Downtown plan now heads to the City Council for final approval.

In episode 11, Salt Lake City Urban Designer, Molly Robinson discusses the key components on the proposed Downtown plan as well as what makes a downtown vibrant and how that might look in Salt Lake City.

The City will continue gather public feedback at Open City Hall until the plan is adopted.  To read more about the Downtown Community Plan, visit the downtownplanslc.com.

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