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Do the draft standards (qualifying provisions) address your concerns? Are there additional standards the City should adopt to regulate homeless resource centers and homeless shelters?

This topic has 142 visitors and 4 statements: 4 registered statements and 0 unregistered statements. It is now closed to participation.

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Salt Lake City is adopting a five year housing plan. How can the goals and objectives of the plan be prioritized to best serve the vision of a city where all residents, regardless of race, age, economic status, or physical ability can find a place to call home?

This topic has 206 visitors and 75 responses: 32 registered responses and 43 unregistered responses. That's 3.8 hours of public comment @ 3 minutes per response. It is now closed to participation.

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This Plan will help address the root causes of affordability, create long-term solutions for increasing needed housing supply, and expand opportunities throughout the City. Please let us know what you think about the goals, objectives, and solutions outlined in the Plan.

This topic has 264 visitors and 26 statements: 22 registered statements and 4 unregistered statements. That's 1.3 hours of public comment @ 3 minutes per statement. It is now closed to participation.

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What standards for design, development and operation of homeless resource centers should be implemented to make the facilities successful and fit into the larger community?

This topic has 428 visitors and 125 responses: 78 registered responses and 47 unregistered responses. That's 6.3 hours of public comment @ 3 minutes per response. It is now closed to participation.

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Salt Lake City is creating a master plan to guide preservation and management of the Cemetery into the future. Give us your feedback on proposed planning goals.

This topic has 137 visitors and 32 responses: 21 registered responses and 11 unregistered responses. That's 1.6 hours of public comment @ 3 minutes per response. It is now closed to participation.

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Salt Lake City seeks feedback on designs for a walking and bicycling trail connecting east and west Salt Lake City.

This topic has 522 visitors and 193 responses: 101 registered responses and 92 unregistered responses. That's 9.7 hours of public comment @ 3 minutes per response. It is now closed to participation.

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Salt Lake City’s wastewater treatment plant will be undergoing renovations and upgrades and the public is invited to provide input. Please tell us what you think!

This topic has 118 visitors and 16 responses: 9 registered responses and 7 unregistered responses. That's 48 minutes of public comment @ 3 minutes per response. It is now closed to participation.

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A draft of Salt Lake City's first-ever Transit Master Plan is available for public review. Please tell us what you think!

This topic has 513 visitors and 33 statements: 26 registered statements and 7 unregistered statements. That's 1.7 hours of public comment @ 3 minutes per statement. It is now closed to participation.

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Salt Lake City is proposing a new Impact Fee Facilities Plan (IFFP) and would like your input.

This topic has 167 visitors and 4 statements: 4 registered statements and 0 unregistered statements. It is now closed to participation.

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Changes are being drafted to the Transit Station Area (TSA) Zoning District and Salt Lake City wants your input.

Forward to Planning Commision

This topic has 335 visitors and 122 responses: 85 registered responses and 37 unregistered responses. That's 6.1 hours of public comment @ 3 minutes per response. It is now closed to participation.

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Salt Lake City is creating a master plan to guide preservation and management of the Cemetery. We need your feedback.

This topic has 176 visitors and 79 responses: 44 registered responses and 35 unregistered responses. That's 4.0 hours of public comment @ 3 minutes per response. It is now closed to participation.

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The Salt Lake City Planning Division is drafting a zoning amendment to broaden and clarify existing regulations for Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) and wants to know what you think.”

This topic has 491 visitors and 60 statements: 54 registered statements and 6 unregistered statements. That's 3.0 hours of public comment @ 3 minutes per statement. It is now closed to participation.

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Salt Lake City is studying options for extending the 9 Line Trail to create a high-quality walking and bicycling between East and West Salt Lake City. Feedback from this survey helped develop design options for extending the Trail.

This topic has 667 visitors and 235 responses: 159 registered responses and 76 unregistered responses. That's 11.8 hours of public comment @ 3 minutes per response. It is now closed to participation.

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Salt Lake City is currently studying options for redesigning McClelland Street from 2100 South to Sugarmont Drive. Your feedback will help inform the final street design.

This topic has 609 visitors and 230 responses: 113 registered responses and 117 unregistered responses. That's 11.5 hours of public comment @ 3 minutes per response. It is now closed to participation.

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The Planning Commission will continue their review of the East Bench Master Plan and Parley’s Way Corridor Plan in a public hearing on July 13

This topic has 408 visitors and 14 statements: 11 registered statements and 3 unregistered statements. That's 42 minutes of public comment @ 3 minutes per statement. It is now closed to participation.

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An analysis of the Zoning Ordinance was conducted, relating to public lands and open space regulations. Several changes are being proposed. Affected uses include parks, utility structures, golf courses, treatment facilities, and more.

This topic has 134 visitors and 13 annotations: 13 registered annotations and 0 unregistered annotations. That's 39 minutes of public comment @ 3 minutes per annotation. It is now closed to participation.

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Salt Lake City is finalizing the understanding of the site selection criteria for homeless resource centers and we are seeking your input.

This topic has 938 visitors and 367 responses: 213 registered responses and 154 unregistered responses. That's 18.4 hours of public comment @ 3 minutes per response. It is now closed to participation.

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Changes are coming to the way Salt Lake City provides enhanced street lighting services. Please provide your feedback on the proposal that will be presented to the City Council at a briefing in May.

This topic has 188 visitors and 23 statements: 21 registered statements and 2 unregistered statements. That's 1.2 hours of public comment @ 3 minutes per statement. It is now closed to participation.

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The segment of North Temple from 400 West to east of State Street is being studied to look at options for closing the gap in this regional network. Tell us how you use the corridor and ways it can be improved.

This topic has 326 visitors and 157 responses: 114 registered responses and 43 unregistered responses. That's 7.9 hours of public comment @ 3 minutes per response. It is now closed to participation.

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Salt Lake City wants your help to create a high-impact strategy to tackle energy waste and air pollution from the largest buildings across the city.

Staff Report and Recomendations

This topic has 435 visitors and 259 responses: 140 registered responses and 119 unregistered responses. That's 13.0 hours of public comment @ 3 minutes per response. It is now closed to participation.

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