Thank you for providing thoughtful feedback on Salt Lake City’s critical service needs and the potential revenue sources being considered to fund them.
The input received over the last two months has been compiled into a formal Engagement Report and will be reviewed by the City Council prior to their vote on increasing the local portion of the sales tax 0.5 percent.
That vote is scheduled for Tuesday, May 1 at 7 p.m. in the Council Chambers (451 South State Street, 3rd floor).
Frequently Asked Questions
Through the public outreach process, the City received numerous questions about the critical needs and proposed revenue options. Answers to the most frequently asked questions can be found at www.FundingOurFutureSLC.com
Watch the Council’s Work Session Briefing
Tuesday, May 1 at approximately 4:15 p.m.
Salt Lake City and County Building Room 326
451 South State Street, 3rd floor
Live stream at slcccouncil.com
There is still an opportunity to have your voice heard!
Call a Comment Line
Mayor’s Office 801-535-7701
City Council Office 801-535-7654
Submit a Comment
The discussion isn’t over yet if the sales tax increase is approved by the City Council! As part of reviewing the City’s annual budget, the Council will consider the Mayor’s recommendations for where sales tax revenue will be spent. Watch the briefings Tuesday afternoons at slcccouncil.com, and weigh in at the Public Hearings on May 15 and June 5
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