Kum and Go Tag

The city is still working on a number of proposals. Homeless Resource Text Amendments, Affordable Housing Overlay, Housing Mitigation.  They are currently working on the Thriving in Place report, and  Anti-Displacement Framework Anti-Displacement Framework, The Kum and Go application is on the Salt Lake City Open...

On October 18, the Salt Lake City Council adopted several zoning text amendments that are important for all of us.  You have probably read about them in the newsletter or my land use reports before, because text amendments take time to write, gather feedback from...

To understand how the Community Council makes its recommendations, and the City Planning Commission makes its decision about a development project, let’s talk about how Land Use in Salt Lake City works.  First, members of the community write a master plan, which is a long...

DRIVE THROUGH in SUGAR HOUSE The Planning Commission held a discussion (not a public hearing) about whether or not a drive-through should be allowed in the CSHBD (Commercial Sugar House Business District 1 and 2) zones. After much discussion, the conversation was tabled until...

At our April LUZ meeting, we discussed the Affordable Housing Overlay Zone, now called Affordable Housing Incentives, which is complicated and quite a lot to understand.  The revised plan is here. Comments are due by May 1!  If you have not made comments, please do...

  At our March 21 Land Use and Zoning Committee meeting (LUZ), we discussed an ADU at 617 Driggs Avenue, which is a conversion of a garage to an ADU. You can read the plans and provide a comment for me at  https://www.sugarhousecouncil.org/adu617-east-driggs-avenue/. We also...

This project is on the Salt Lake City Planning Website.  You can see the plans. I think these are the same plans as on our website, but there is a little more information. This is still not scheduled for a hearing, they have not submitted final...