Author: Judi Short

Here is a link to this project that was submitted April 3, 2021 to Salt Lake City for Design Review. https://bkvgroup-my.sharepoint.com/:b:/p/swatkins/EernuiK_c0RAi_tIBlxg2QUBxtIk94imxYqSERhUiS6qKA?e=b0bycS We don't have a lot of specifics yet, like number of units etc.   This is where the old 24 Hour Fitness was, or the old bowling...

The SHCC Land Use and Zoning Committee met Monday February 8.  We discussed a T-Mobile Cell Tower Expanded Array.  I have only had a few comments about this.  We discussed the proposed Alley Vacation at 938 Elm Street. We had a lot of discussion and...

This is a new, mysterious project going up on the corner of 900 East, right by the STREETCAR STATION across from Leisure Living.  Here is a link to the plans.  This is in the FB-SE (Form-Based Streetcar Edge) zone.  This will be an over the counter...

SH LUZ REPORT 2021 FEBRUARY  At the January 3 meeting of the SLC Planning Commission, the request for a Planned Development at 1966 Windsor was denied.  In talking with the planner, it is possible that the petitioner will Design a new project for this land that...

This is a big update of the SLC regulations for off-street parking, including minimum and maximum number of stalls required/allowed; permitted alternatives to off-street parking requirement; and parking lot design, access and dimensional standards.  The City Council will have its first briefing on Tuesday, February...

UPDATE:  Here is the letter written to Planning with neighborhood comments included.  This project ws approved at the Administrative Hearing on March 25. T-Mobile wants a conditional use to expand an existing antenna array located at 1596 Stratford Avenue in the rear.  Because of the size...

The neighbors at 968 E Elm Avenue have initiated a petition to vacate the alley that runs South of their property between 1000 East and Lincoln Street. The reason for the vacation is public safety and lack of use of the public right-of-way as the reasons...

Cemetery Master Plan  was approved by the City Council. The Cemetery Master Plan would serve as a framework for Salt Lake City to address three primary purposes: 1.) to guide the preservation and management of the Cemetery; 1.) to expand access to and enhance appropriate uses of the...

This was on the January 11 LUZ committee meeting.  Now Salt Lake City has received a request from Architectural Nexus proposing a zoning text amendment to the CB – Community Business zoning district that would allow a “School: Professional and Vocational (Outdoor)” and associated activities...