SHCC Development Map
Welcome to the Sugar House Development Projects map! Here you can find recent, ongoing and pending developments that have come before the SHCC. Simply click on each pin icon to get more information about the development.
SHCC Area Map
Welcome to the Sugar House Community Council interactive boundary map! The SHCC is comprised of 15 separate neighborhoods. To find out which neighborhood you live in simply click on each area and a pop up box will appear. If you're interested in who the trustees are for your neighborhood click on the houses for trustee information.
Each trustee is your neighbor and we welcome your input and participation as the SHCC volunteers for our community and you.
June 5, 2013 Agenda
|SHCC Agenda |
June 5, 2013, SHCC Agenda
|7:00pm||Welcome - Chair|
|7:05pm ||Approve the Minutes of the prior meeting |
Secretary report inc. trustee statuses
Treasurer report and reports from vice chairs
Fire Department: Chris Milne
Crime report: Detective Andy Leonard
|7:20pm||Public comments for items not on the agenda|
|7:40pm||Committee reports, if available |
* Land Use and Zoning
* Parks, Open Space, and Trails
* Arts and Cultural
* SH Business
Community groups and projects
* Streetcar planning and construction update, Larry Migliaccio
* SL Community Network, by Judi Short
* SH Merchants Association
* SH Street Car Zoning & Master Plan Amendments, Maryann Pickering, SLC (tentative) * Sewer project along 2100 South, Thomas Ward, SLC
* EPA Cleaner Gas and Cars standard, Matt Pacenza, HEAL Utah
Community and City Presentations
* City Council Updates, Soren Simonsen
* Business Spotlight by Larry Migliaccio
1405 E 2100 S
* Library events by Dolly Rauh
* Mayor's Office by Shawn McDonough
The records indicate the following trustee petition(s) will soon expire: Rawlins Young (July), Robin Bastar (August).
Welcome to Sugar House
Dear Friends of Sugar House:
SHCC Message from the Chair
Recently, the Sugar House Community Council held a number of straw polls. One of those straw polls, held at the April Sugar House Community Council meeting, focused on this question - what should we do with Monument Plaza?
Trustees and audience members were asked whether they would like Monument Plaza to become a pedestrian plaza, a streetcar turnaround, or leave it the way it is.
The results favored Monument Plaza becoming more of a pedestrian plaza. Both Trustees and audience members overwhelmingly voted this way. In all, there were 52 votes in favor of a pedestrian plaza, 5 in favor of a streetcar turnaround, and only 4 in favor of leaving Monument Plaza as it is.
With that in mind, the RDA has proposed a redesign of Monument Plaza into a pedestrian plaza, plus the construction of a new mid-block walkway in the Granite Block.
Additionally, money has been prioritized for “streetscape amenities” along 2100 South between 900 East and Highland; these include things like new crosswalks treatments, street furnishings, lighting, and some improved directional signs orienting folks toward Monument Plaza.
However - before any Plaza improvements can happen, the City must first approve the “Circulation and Streetscape Amenities Plan.” The plan was approved by the Salt Lake City Planning Commission on April 10th, 2013, but has not yet been scheduled for a hearing by the Salt Lake City Council.
So, if you are excited about the idea of Monument Plaza becoming more pedestrian-friendly, please keep an eye on our monthly newsletter for details.
-Christopher Thomas, Chair
Show your love for Sugar House!
Now available - Sugar House tote bags for sale $12 and all proceeds go to benefit the activities of the SHCC. They are 14"wide, 16" tall, and 6" deep - they can hold anything with a handle long enough to wear over the shoulder. Get your own "I love Sugar House" or "I live in Sugar House" canvas bag good for carrying all things. Interested contact