Author: Judi Short

UPDATE:  This rezone was approved by the Planning Commission.  It now goes to the City Council for final approval. UPDATE:  This proposal was on the  Planning Commission agenda on January 26 at 5:30 p.m.  You can read the staff report here.  It will also have to...

Accessing the Meeting Agendas To help with navigating our agenda webpage, here are some tips and helpful notes: To access meeting materials, such as paperwork or presentations, visit our agenda portal. HTML Agenda: In your web browser, this opens in a new tab or window that...

The Elm Alley vacation was approved by the City Council on October 19. Significant Water Users Text Amendment was approved by the Planning Commission on September 21, and will go to the City Council for final approval. The design of the Sugar Town Project was approved by...

PLANNING COMMISSION DECISION - The project was denied. UPDATE:  Here is a link to the staff report indicating approval of this project.  Here is a link to the SHCC letter with comments written to the PC recommending they ask the petitioner to rethink this project. UPDATE:  This...

On September 7, the City Council received a briefing about a proposal that would vacate a portion of City-owned alley situated adjacent to properties at 968 East Elm Avenue, 974 East Elm Avenue, 980 East Elm Avenue, and 2188 South 1000 East. A public hearing...

UPDATE: This project was approved by the Planning Commission on January 26, 2022. Here is the staff report, recommending approval.  The only condition in the staff report is that the owner-occupant shall not operate or allow the operation of a short-term rental (i.e., less than...

UPDATE:  The City Council finalized the rezone on March 1, 2022. UPDATE:  The Planning Commission has approved the rezone.    https://www.slc.gov/planning/public-meetings/planning-commission-agendas-minutes/ UPDATE: Here is the letter sent to the Planning Commission from SHCC. The first step in redeveloping this parcel is to rezone the property where the Sugar House...

UPDATE" The City Council approved this update in December 2021.  This will make the standards more measurable. Sugar House Business District Design Guidelines - we have been talking about this for at least four years.  In our Sugar House Master Plan of  2005, the design guidelines...

Sugar Town – The rezone of the old Snelgrove parcels at 850 and 870 East 2100 South was approved July 20 by the Salt Lake City Council.  It is now CSHBD-2.  The building design will hopefully be coming up on the Planning Commission in August. ...

The August 25 meeting of the SLC Planning Commission had three projects of interest to Sugar House.  First was the request to allow Rooftop Commercial Uses In FB-SE Zone (Form-Based Special Purpose Streetcar Edge).  You can read the proposal, including the staff report here.  This...