The plan was adopted by the Council in December of 2014. Before that, Council Member LaMalfa discussed the plan and the engagement process on Capital City News.
What is the 9 Line? Prior to the master plan’s adoption in March of 2015, Council Member LaMalfa explained the plan and history of the 9 Line on Capital City News.
Details on over 200+ community programs and services as well as summary information on the Westside community such as parks, health & Fitness, churches and more.
This is a long-term plan adopted by the Council reflecting a community’s vision for the future. It establishes a framework for development and land use within that community. Watch a more in-depth explanation here.
Help preserve our shared open spaces and trails by joining the Adopt – A – Spot Program.
Check out volunteer opportunities in your community such as the Twilight Concert Series, SLCPD’s Volunteer Corps, or the Refugee Family Mentor Program.
Got questions about what is allowed on your property or what it takes to rezone your business or home? Then visit the City’s Start a Project webpage or contact the Planning Division at Zoning@slcgov.com or call 801-535-7700.
Get involved in your community councils; meet local business owners and neighbors; provide input to City departments and learn about projects in your neighborhood. Find your community council by clicking the map to the right or visit the Community Organizations webpage.
Start a neighborhood watch with the help of SLCPD by contacting Officer Greg Wilking at 801) 799-3361 or SLCPDVolunteer@slcgov.com.