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Council Member Ana Valdemoros

Hello Neighbors!¡Saludos Vecinos!
Neighbors, as your City Council Representative, I am here to listen to your feedback and help address your concerns. Please feel free to contact me anytime. 
Neighbors, as your City Council Representative, I am here to listen to your feedback and help address your concerns. Please feel free to contact me anytime. 
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District 4 Website
el sitio web del distrito 4
Each budget year, money is set aside for the City’s Capital Improvement Program (CIP) to fund community projects that improve public property such as streets, sidewalks, and parks. Recently, the Council adopted the $34.5 million funding allocations. Funded projects in District Four include: 
  • $50,000 for Richmond Park Community Garden.
  • $210,000 for 10th East Senior Center Retaining Wall Replacement.
  • $3.445 million for Pioneer Park Improvements.
Do you have a project that could be funded by the City's Capital Improvement Program (CIP)? The City is currently accepting project applications for next year’s budget. Send your pre-submittal application to by Friday, September 27, 2019 at 3 p.m.
Map of projects in District Four
Application information
Overview of this year's process


Last Meeting // Sept. 3

The Council:
  • received a briefing about a proposal to adjust the boundaries between SLC and the City of Millcreek.
  • discussed proposed contracts with Salt Lake County that would reimburse SLC for various transportation projects and studies.

coming up?

Next Meeting // Sept. 17

The Council will meet at:
  • 2 p.m. for a Work Session
  • 7 p.m. for a Formal Meeting

* Please check meeting times & agendas 24 hours in advance

NWQ, LLC Agreement

The Salt Lake City Council, in our capacity as the Redevelopment Agency Board (RDA), adopted the final component of a development agreement between the City and NWQ, LLC on Tuesday, August 27. The agreement was negotiated by RDA staff and approved by Mayor Jackie Biskupski in her role as Executive Director under proper planning, zoning, and land use regulations.

The agreement preserves many City interests, including environmental safeguards that protect the migratory bird population and wetlands. It also preserves the City’s role in taxing and land use authority for this area. 

Read the Council's joint statement with Mayor Biskupski and a list of Frequently Asked Questions
El Concejo Municipal de Salt Lake City, en nuestra capacidad como la Junta Directiva de la Agencia de Reurbanización (RDA), hemos adoptado el ultimo componente de un acuerdo de desarrollo entre la Ciudad y NWQ, LLC que fue negociado por personal de la RDA y aprobado por la Alcaldesa Jackie Biskupski en su papel de Directora Ejecutiva bajo las regulaciones apropiadas de planificación, zonificación y uso de la tierra.

El acuerdo preserva muchos de los intereses de la Ciudad, incluyendo salvaguardas ambientales que protegen la población de aves migratorias y los humedales. También mantiene el papel de la ciudad en el cobro de impuestos y autoridad sobre el uso de tierras en esta área. 

Lea la declaración conjunta del Concejo y la Alcaldesa Biskupski y una lista de Preguntas Frecuentes.
In 2018, the City identified street conditions, affordable housing, public transit, and neighborhood safety as important priorities needing ongoing funding. Here’s what was in this year’s budget:
  Street Conditions
  • $289,369 in delayed hiring savings moved to streets-related projects.
  • Continued funding for second crew that doubles road maintenance capacity.
  • Bond funds will be available for street reconstruction projects later this year.
 Public Transit 
  • Enhanced (more frequent, evening, and weekend) bus service began on August 11 on Routes 2, 9, and 21
Affordable Housing
  • $2.59 million moved from the Housing and Neighborhood Development Division to the Redevelopment Agency to streamline and simplify the development loan application process. 
  • $1.9 million for housing assistance programs.
Neighborhood Safety
  • $4 million allocated for Police hybrid vehicles.
  • The Council discussed expanding Neighborhood Safety to include Fire and 911 Dispatch in the future.
Read more

Did you know?

Some glass recycling drop-off locations in SLC have changed.

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September is National Preparedness Month.

Read more
SLC Engineering wants your feedback on the upcoming 300 West reconstruction project. 
Take Survey

Neighborhood Resources


What to do in District 4

Library Events

The Leonardo

Farmers Market

Urban Arts Festival

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