The final Salt Lake City Council Meetings in 2015 include several Public Hearings

The City Council is wrapping up the year with several public hearings at both theDecember 1 and December 8 meetings. Your input is requested on topics such as the City’s Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan and Plan Salt Lake, among others.
Many of these topics have gone through an extended review period with public input at various times and locations. They are now before the Council for a possible final review and perhaps adoption in the months ahead.
Tuesday, December 1
Room 315, City & County Building
451 South State Street

1. Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan Amendments:
An ordinance is before the Council that would amend the Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan. The plan is an update to the 2004 plan, and includes recommendations for pedestrian and bicycle infrastructure, education, encouragement and enforcement. Also included is guidance for promoting safer interactions between pedestrians, cyclists and motorists. Read More.
 
TENTATIVE Council Action – Tuesday, December 8, 2015.
2. Ordinance: Plan Salt Lake Citywide Master Plan (Continued Public Hearing):

A proposed ordinance is before the Council that would adopt the Plan Salt Lake general plan. Plan Salt Lake is a citywide master plan designed to create high-level policies and vision that will guide the City and its respective neighborhoods for the next 20 years. The Council has received regular updates as the plan has progressed.Read More. Another public hearing on this topic may be added to the December 8 agenda.

 
TENTATIVE Council Action – Tuesday, December 8, 2015.
3. Campaign Finance Reform (Continued Public Hearing):

A proposal regarding potential changes to local campaign finance requirements.

 
TENTATIVE Council Action – Tuesday, December 1, 2015.
Tuesday, December 8
Room 315, City & County Building
451 South State Street

1.Ordinance: Text Amendment Small Neighborhood Business:

A request by the Salt Lake City Council for modifications to the SNB (Small Neighborhood Business) zoning district to allow single-practitioner medical, dental, and health offices as a permitted use in the SNB zoning district. Read MoreTENTATIVE Council Action – Tuesday December 8, 2015 at 7:00 p.m.

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