Downtown Plan SLC

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Revised Draft Downtown Community Plan: Story of Our Future 

We are pleased to announce that the most recent draft of the Downtown Plan (May 1, 2015) (19 MB) is now available for your review. The Downtown Community Plan is a 25-year vision and implementation plan that directs growth and development in the downtown. It reflects the outcomes of nearly 18 months of public engagement and directly incorporates what our community values.

During the fall of 2014, we hosted several meetings to discuss proposed changes to the draft plan. This revised draft represents the Planning Division’s recommended changes to the Planning Commission based on these discussions and other comments we received since bringing the draft plan back to Planning Commission in February 2015. For a complete list of the changes since the August 2014 draft, see this list (as of May 1, 2015).

Many of you participated in these meetings, sent us comments, or contributed through previous events and workshops. For this we are truly grateful. The draft plan is a direct outcome of these conversations through which we experienced mutual learning of the needs and desires of others.

Tell the Planning Commission What You Think about the Plan

July 8th – 5:30 PM

Room 326 of the City & County Building (451 S State St)

On July 8th, we invite you to join us at the Planning Commission meeting to voice your support for the revised plan. See the Planning Commission Agenda. The revised draft is posted on Open City Hall for you to submit comments or you can email us directly: molly.robinson@slcgov.com.

We appreciate your ongoing commitment to the Downtown Plan. Please contact us with any questions.