Community and Economic Development Department
Welcome to the Salt Lake City Community and Economic Development Department (CED)
CED is here to guide and promote the physical and economic development of Salt Lake City. Our goal is to provide leadership, policies and programs that will promote strong, vibrant neighborhoods and communities, and to proactively encourage the positive and orderly growth and development of the City. CED advocates incorporation of the diverse interests of our community to reduce barriers and enhance leadership capacity to continue to improve the quality of life for all who live, work and play here.
The CED Department is made up of seven divisions: Arts Council, Building Services, Economic Development, Engineering, Housing and Neighborhood Development, Planning and Transportation. We have a hand in everything from public art to public way improvements.
CED also houses the Civic Engagement Team, whose role it is to help city staff and officials facilitate better involvement and city-to-stakeholder dialogue.
Community and Economic Development Department 2013 Annual Report.
Enterprise SLC Effort Results in 3-Point Economic Development Pledge
An intensive policy and strategic planning process around the economic development framework for Salt Lake City, entitled Enterprise SLC, was undertaken over the past 18 months. The process involved extensive outreach and meetings with business and community leaders. The Enterprise SLC process resulted in a Vision and Strategy Memorandum, which can be viewed here.
In response to the Vision and Strategy Memorandum, a 3-Point Economic Development Pledge was adopted which will; 1) address existing barriers within the organization; 2) support businesses with tools; and 3) foster and reaffirm partnerships with organizations who share our goal to create a Great American City.
Salt Lake City is initiating a citywide Transit Master Plan to guide decisions and identify investment priorities for public transportation within the City. The Plan is being led by SLC, but will be closely coordinated with UTA and regional agencies.
There will be opportunities for public involvement on an ongoing basis throughout the planning process. During the summer, the Plan Bus will be visiting local neighborhoods and events to gether input about how public transportation can best serve residents. To learn more about the Plan and opportunities for input, visit the project website at www.slcrides.org.
Changes are coming to 200 West. Upcoming improvements will extend from North Temple to 900 South and will result in better service to residents, public infrastructure maintenance and creating a corridor for people and businesses. (See diagram below)
To stay updated on the status of this project, and to discuss ways to make the upcoming construction work better for you, please contact:
Salt Lake City Transportation Division at 801-228-0022 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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