If you were unable to attend the Mayor's State of the City Address luncheon or evening session, click here to view the videos.
Mayor Cherie Wood was invited by former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger to participate on a panel of mayors at his National After School Summit on March 24, 2015. His team had heard of Mayor Wood's Promise South Salt Lake Initiative, and the importance of after school programs in our community. Mayor Wood shared her initiative on a national level, with hopes of influencing Washington not to cut funding for after school programs. Read more >>>
Saturday, April 4, 2015
9 a.m. to 11 a.m. health Fair
10:05 a.m. Easter Egg Hunt
Central Park Community Center/PAL Boxing Center
2797 South 200 East, SSL
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Join us for tours and activities, stay up to date with SSL calendar of events, access information and data about South Salt Lake City, get to know South Salt Lake government and department leaders. Visit us online at sslneighbors.com
South Salt Lake has several job openings... visit this page to check them out!
The City of South Salt Lake On The Move Newsletter is here. This month is our Housing Edition. You can read it here: Newsletter
Effective April 1, 2015, the Salt Lake County Transfer Station will be open on the first and third Saturdays of every month for South Salt Lake City residents' disposal of household waste and yard waste. The hours of operation will remain the same, from 7:00-11:00 AM. For questions please phone 385-468-3670
You may qualify for free tax help if you made less than $58,000 last year. Call 2-1-1 for more information or visit UtahTaxHelp.org. Here is a link to an article with more information.
An invasive beetle called the Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) has been spreading toward the state of Utah, and each property owner in South Salt Lake can prepare for this pest's arrival. An adult EAB is a green metallic-looking beetle about 1/2 inches long. It lays its larvae in the inner bark of an ash tree, which ultimately causes the tree to die within two years. However, EAB only attacks the Ash tree species. The EAB has been migrating west; EAB will likely arrive in Utah within 10 years.
Although there is no known treatment which can effectively stop an infestation, the most effective method for Utahns to battle EAB is to choose to plant other species of trees which the EAB will not infest.
The city has removed the Ash tree from the approved planting list in our landscape handbook. All new city trees will be selected from other species. You can do your part too by choosing to plant other tree species. For more information about the EAB, please visit www.emeraldashborer.info
The South Salt Lake City Council meetings are now streamed LIVE. Meetings are archived and available for viewing anytime. Search for SSLC on Ustream.tv. APPS are available for all mobile platforms.
UDOT has been performing an analysis of the I-80/State Street area for future transportation improvements and requests input from the public. Although the public meeting on December 3rd is now over you are still able to view information, maps, and submit comments. Please click/tap the link below.
Visit http://www.udot.utah.gov/i80statestreet/ and use the tabs on top of the page to navigate through all of the information, or leave a comment.
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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Our City Newsletter is now online!
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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!