Current Petitions

  This is a proposal to build a 650 square foot ADU over a detached garage in the rear yard at 2900 South 900 East.  There are two parking spaces in the garage with two more in the driveway. Here is the notification we received from...

The first step in redeveloping this parcel is to rezone the property where the Sugar House Fire Station was located.  It is currently designated as "Institutional and Public Lands", and the current zoning of the property is PL Public Lands.  This proposal would modify the...

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 were listed on the last two pages, but not all of them were codified.  This is...

  The Mayor has initiated a petition to amend the zoning ordinance regulations pertaining to land use that use significant amounts of water in the City. The ordinance is intended to do the following: Prohibit new land uses that would likely consume more than an annual...

 The City is proposing an amendment to the Design Review Ordinance. The purpose of the proposed changes is to clarify which standards of review apply to different design review applications. Some modifications require a review only of the relevant design review standards related to the...

UPDATE:  This is on the Planning Commission Agenda August 25, 2021, here is a link to the staff report. If you want to watch the meeting or make a comment to the Planning Commission, here are instructions:  http://www.slcdocs.com/Planning/Planning%20Commission/2021/08.August/PC08.25.2021AMENDEDagenda.pdf TECH-RELATED LAND USES TEXT AMENDMENT Salt Lake City is...

 Salt Lake City’s Sustainability Department is proposing a zoning text amendment to the City’s Off-Street Parking chapter to include new standards for electric vehicle-ready (EV-ready) infrastructure for multi-family new-construction properties.  The proposed additional requirements stipulate that a minimum of 20% of on-site parking spaces be constructed...

UPDATE: The Planning Commission approved this on July 14, 1021.  The rezone needs to be approved by the City Council before the rezone will the final. UPDATE:  This is on the Planning Commission Agenda July 14, 2021 at 5:30 p.m. Here is the packet sent to them...

This project consists of two buildings, one on the corner of Ashton Avenue where the gym once stood (above).  The second building is south across the street to the west of the liquor store where the 24-hour parking lot was.  It is the second building...