Current Petitions

UPDATE 12/30/20 Three emails sent to City council on this subject This is a  map of District 7 Proposed Zoning SRO  which shows places where Shared Housing would be allowed. DEFINITION: A residential dwelling facility containing individual, self-contained, dwelling units none of which may exceed five hundred (500) square...

UPDATE DEC 13,2020 - Along with the request for this new apartment building is a request to  rezone the parcel from CC Commercial Corridor, to CSHBD2 (Commercial Sugar House Business District 2).  The opportunity for larger parcel assemblages of land is finite in our community....

This is a conditional use request to add an accessory dwelling unit to the property at 1792 South 2100 East. in the R 1/7000 zoning district.  It will be detached from the house, and will be located in the rear yard.  The ADU will be...

Salt Lake City is updating its child daycare zoning requirements.  This would allow the ability for more licensed daycare facilities to further support the development of home daycare and child daycare centers near the places we live, with the intent of implementing the following goals...

Here is the letter SHCC sent to the Planning Commission for this project. Salt Lake City has received a Conditional Use request from T-Mobile, represented by Larson Quick of Rage Development, LLC, in order to increase the size of an existing antenna array mounted on an...

Here is the letter from SHCC to the Planning Commission:  Letter to PC Stealth Cell Tower Text Amendment Verizon Wireless has submitted a zoning text amendment request that would allow, by right, stealth antennas up to 60 feet in height in all zoning districts located within...

UPDATE:  Here is the letter written by SHCC to the Planning Commission.  We don't yet have a date for the hearing.   https://www.sugarhousecouncil.org/special-exception-letter-shcc-to-pc-with-comments/ The special exception code changes project is a proposal to eliminate the special exception process from the Salt Lake City Zoning Ordinance. There are...

This was approved by the Planning Commission October 28, 2020. Now this will go to the City Council for final approval. Here is a list of all the city-owned properties in the Public Lands zone where this might apply. Here is the SHCC Letter to Planning...

  Update - This is on the Planning Commission Agenda January 13. Here is a link to the Planning Commission Agenda. Here is the Planning Commission Staff Report recommending the Planning Commission has the authority to grant a higher fence in certain circumstances. This is the letter I wrote...