Come celebrate the S-Line Greenway and its new Parley’s
Trail connection on September 19th with the corridor’s artists, designers, and
community partners. This free event will feature food, art,
and musical performances along the corridor.
This is a unique opportunity to enjoy a beautifully catered dinner, fabulous music and dancing, AND check out the fire station! Dinner in White means we all wear white and the décor is white -- it all comes together for a very special evening. At a very reasonable price. Get your tickets now! $12.50 per person. Friday, September 26, 7:00 PM at Fire Station 42, 3265 S. 900 W. Call 801-483-6076 for reservations.
The City of South Salt Lake Youth City Council is now accepting applications for the 2014-2015 school year.
This is a wonderful opportunity to become involved in your community, learn more about local government, and do community service.
Make friends, have fun, and join us at leadership conferences. To download an application click/tap here YCC applications. Applications are due no later than September 30th. No exceptions!
Fresh fruits and vegetables for sale! Every Tuesday in September from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the Historic Scott School (3238 South 540 East) will be a farmers market. Every Saturday in September from 10:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M. at the Central Park Community Center (2797 South 200 East) will be a farm stand.
We are excited to announce the latest addition to our Utility Box Art program. In partnership with UDOT, the traffic signal box on the NW corner of 2700 S State St. has been wrapped with the artwork of Jennifer Seeley. "Steve the Baby Giraffe" brings brightness to our city, and you just can't help but smile whenever you drive by.
SSL is excited for future projects with UDOT. This program promotes local artists, beautifies our city and is an anti-graffiti initiative. For more information about our Utility Box Art program, or to inquire about having your artwork displayed, visit:
This National Preparedness Month Be Disaster Aware, Take Action to Prepare.
The Ready Campaign established four universal building blocks of emergency preparedness: Be informed, Make a Plan, Build a Kit, and Get Involved. America’s PrepareAthon! builds on this foundation by encouraging millions of Americans to focus on a simple, specific activity that will increase preparedness.
During National Preparedness Month we ask you, your family, community, school and workplace to take action by planning a National PrepareAthon! Day on or around September 30th.
Each week throughout National Preparedness Month will focus on different emergency preparation topics:
Week 1 - How to Reconnect with Family After a Disaster
Week 2 - Know How to plan for specific needs before a Disaster
Week 3 – How to Build an Emergency Kit
Week 4 & 5 - How to Practice for an emergency
Ready.gov has all the information you need to start the conversation with your family including emergency kit checklists and disaster fact sheets.
For more information about National Preparedness Month visit: www.ready.gov/september
Register your PrepareAthon! Day event: www.ready.gov/prepare
Social media: @Readygov, @PrepareAthon, @FEMA, & Facebook/Readygov
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The September Safety Edition of the On the Move newsletter is now here. Click/tap newsletter to download your digital copy.
Boxed, Bundled and Bagged Spring and Fall Curbside Cleanup
The City of South Salt Lake will kick off the new spring and fall "Boxed, Bundled and Bagged" bulky waste clean-up program in November, which replaces the former dumpster program. Guidelines can be found on the city's website at:
The Mayor and her staff are excited to implement this program and are dedicated to keeping our city clean, safe and beautiful!
The South Salt Lake Hometown Heroes program was created to honor and recognize residents who are currently active military members, as well as veterans who have previously served. Nominees must prove SSL residency and military service. If selected they will receive a Hometown Hero yard sign, a certificate of recognition presented by the Mayor, and a spotlight in a future edition of the On the Move city newsletter.
Help us to honor a Hometown Hero! Complete the information below and submit to the Mayor’s Office, City of South Salt Lake, 220 E. Morris Ave #200, South Salt Lake, UT 84115. Call 801-483-6042 with questions.
My Jordan River invites all interested members of the public to contribute their stories and experiences to My Jordan River for publication and a chance to win a Flash 18 Backpack donated by REI.
Examples of possible submissions include:
There are two ways to contribute content:
Instructions to submit content can be found on the Tutorial page of the app.
Visit myjordanriver.org from any mobile app!
The South Salt Lake City Council meetings are now streamed LIVE. Meetings are available for viewing anytime from Ustream.tv. Search for SSLC on Ustream or click on this link. There are APPS available for all mobile platforms.
The 300 East Reconstruction project between 3300 South and 3900 South is moving forward. The design and construction documents are completed, and have been through a UDOT Plans, Specifications, and Estimate (PS&E) Review. Having completed the PS&E Review means the project is ready to advertise. However, there has been one unanticipated delay. There are about 25 small right of way parcels that need to be acquired along the corridor to complete the project. Right of way acquisition has taken longer than anticipated. A few of the property owners live out of State, and it has been difficult to locate them to conduct right of way negotiations. The project team is working to acquire right of way as quickly as possible. The project is Federally funded, and Federal guidelines will not allow the project to advertise before all right of way has been secured. Our intent is to have all utility work completed by late fall and do concrete and asphalt work in the spring. If right of way acquisition cannot be completed in a timely manner the project may have to be delayed until next spring.
If you have questions regarding the 300 East Improvements project, please contact their Public Involvement Manager, Carlye Sommers. Ms. Sommers is happy to answer any questions you may have. 801-859-3770 / 300 East@utah.gov
Your city leaders want to hear from you! What questions or concerns do you have? You can post them on Open Town Hall and we will get answers for you!
Mayor Cherie Wood is interested in what you have to say! She is available for appointments Monday through Friday 8 AM to 5 PM. Also, known as Monday's with the Mayor; she invites citizens, local businesses and employees to visit with her the first Monday of the month where she has extended her business hours to 6 PM. Call 801-464-6757 for an appointment.
$50,000 REWARD for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person responsible for the murder of Sherry Black. Anyone with information on the case can call police at 801.412.3633. For information click HERE.
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Share your opinion on various issues in South Salt Lake! Your leaders are listening!
Our City Newsletter is now online! Read it here!
Every South Salt Lake resident deserves a safe, healthy home and community, and the opportunity to prosper. Learn about the Promise South Salt Lake Initiative and how it can help you and your family succeed!