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Public Input Meeting in June for Prison Relocation

The Prison Relocation Commission (PRC) has been working on a plan to move the Utah State Prison, and one of the sites under strong consideration is located in Salt Lake City, west of the airport at about I-80 and 7200 West.

The PRC scheduled three open houses on this topic. One in SLC was held May 20. These are not public hearings. The PRC notes a meeting to take public input will be in June but it has not been scheduled. The Commission has until August 1 to pick a location. Read background or visit the State’s website for more information.

Read the latest Mayor and Council statement in opposition of the prison relocation to Salt Lake City here.

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Open Houses in May for Possible Bond on Open Space & Outdoor Recreation

As Salt Lake City residents, we all want our City to be the very best place to live, work and play. Right now, we have an opportunity to develop as a community, a once-in-a-generation plan for revitalizing and dramatically expanding our parks, trails, and open space offerings.

Salt Lake City is conducting a broad and inclusive public engagement process with eight Citywide open houses throughout May to generate ideas and seek feedback about what people value most about parks, trails and open space and about specific projects they’d like the City to invest in.

Visit the Parks, Trails & Open Space webpage to view open house dates and locations or call 801-910-5356 for more information. Traductor español en la reunión

Salt Lake City's 2015-16 Fiscal Year Budget

Next City Budget Hearing is June 2

Another budget season is upon us – a time when the City budgets for flowers, roads, police officers, water, garbage, fire fighters, parking enforcement, and City dollars and cents are discussed.

The Mayor presented his recommended budget during the Council’s May 5 formal meeting. Read details of the recommended 2015-16 budget here.

The first public hearing was held on May 19. The next public hearing is scheduled for June 2 at 7:00 p.m. to seek public input on the next City budget, which becomes effective in July. Read more on the budget process here.

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