Welcome to Salt Lake City
Welcome to the newly revamped slcgov.com!
At Salt Lake City Government, we’re committed to making digital access to information, City services and your elected officials as easy and efficient as possible.
Please take a moment to peruse new options and tools available across the completely redesigned site. Stay informed by signing up for regular updates from your Council representatives and the Mayor’s office. Let us know what you think about new initiatives and policy proposals on Open City Hall. Make easy electronic payments. And, get involved by participating in your neighborhood community council or by serving on one of the many citizens’ boards.
We hope you find the changes useful. As we continue to fine-tune the new system, we’d love to hear what you think. Post us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks for visiting!
The Public Safety Buildings are Underway
Keep up with the progress on the Public Safety Buildings, including a live webcam view of the property. Watch the building go up, attend public meetings, see the building plans, and more.
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The return of streetcars in Salt Lake City is a welcome, eco-friendly addition to our expanding transit options for residents and visitors. With a recent $26 million dollar investment from the U.S. Department of Transportation for the Sugar House streetcar, and a $500,000 grant to explore alignment options for a downtown trolley system, there are more ways to get around town than ever.
Open City Hall
Open City Hall is an on-line forum for civic engagement. Read what others are saying about important Salt Lake City topics, then post your own statement. City officials will read the statements and incorporate them into their decision process.
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A Sustainable Salt Lake City
Salt Lake City takes a comprehensive and holistic approach to making our City the most livable, sustainable community in the U.S. That means reaching out to all members of our diverse and vibrant population and acting boldly for the future we want.
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