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Public should expect heavy-truck traffic, possible brief closures of City Creek Canyon during construction at water treatment plant

January 25, 2018

Beginning on Tuesday, Jan.30, and continuing through Feb. 14, the public can expect heavy-truck traffic while setting equipment in City Creek Canyon for the start of a four-month construction project at the City’s water treatment plant, three miles up the canyon.

National Weather Service honors Salt Lake City Public Utilities for 100 years of daily weather observations at Big Cottonwood Water Treatment Plant

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Contact:

Holly Mullen, Department of Public Utilities

801-673-9735 | holly.mullen@slcgov.com

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National Weather Service honors Salt Lake City Public Utilities for 100 years of daily weather observations at Big Cottonwood Water Treatment Plant

Salt Lake City implements campfire ban in City Creek Canyon

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

June 30, 2017

Contact: 

Matthew Rojas

385-228-2365 | matthew.rojas@slcgov.com

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Salt Lake City implements campfire ban in City Creek Canyon

Beginning June 30, 2017, Salt Lake City has implemented a campfire ban at all picnic sites in City Creek Canyon. Fireworks and open fires outside of developed sites are always prohibited in City Creek Canyon. Propane-fueled camp stoves are permitted.

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