The Westside Music Arts and Food Festival is returning to Sugar Space on June 16th from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Featuring many of the same musicians that made last year such a hit, the 2018 Festival has expanded hours and will feature Changing Lanes Experience as its headline act. Besides longer hours, Festival organizers […]
Welcome to Fairpark Community!
Fairpark Community website provides information, resources and news to inform residents of the latest happenings in our community.
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The Warm Springs Alliance is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization formed to protect the Warm Springs landmark site, preserve the Wasatch Plunge building at 840 N. Beck St., Salt Lake City, and reestablish its role as a community gathering place where people of all walks of life come together—to soak in the hot springs, learn, heal, connect, and collaborate.
Restore North Temple
The “Restore North Temple” coalition is a group of neighbors, residents and business owners who want to see North Temple brought to a Grand Boulevard status.
Reports from Community Agencies
Salt Lake City Fire Dept.
SLCPD Crime Stats Report for Fairpark, 2015 Summary
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Fairpark Community Council Meeting
Fairpark Community Council Meeting
Northwest Community Center, Party Room
The Fairpark Community Council meets the 4th Thursday of each month except July and November. The December meeting/holiday potluck is held the first Thursday of December.
Thursday, September 26 , 2019
6:30 - 8:00pm
6:30 Welcome, Announcements and Introductions
****** Important – October Meeting relocated to Mayoral Debate at Fair Grounds ******
(Put on by the Westside Coalition) there won’t be an October Meeting of just the Fairpark Community Council
6:40 Public Safety
Fire Station 7
6:50 Council Members/Legislative Report-
Those in Attendance
7:05 Mayor’s Office Report
7:15 Parking during State Fair –Community discussion
The 2020 Census – Margarita Satini
7:35 Beyond Coal Campaign – Utah Sierra Club
7:45 RDA – North Temple Project Area Ideas – Cara Lindsley
8:00 Adjourn (reminder, next meeting will be our Winter Potluck, on December 5th)
Note: MEETING NORMS
In the interest of everyone’s time, our community council meetings must be conducted with
respect. Please observe the following practices for our meetings:
• please refrain from talking to the people around you and hold your questions until the end of
• If your question is not answered at the meeting, we will provide a way of contacting the
presenters directly with your questions
• Please feel free to use the back of this agenda to write down your questions during the
• Foul, abusive or hateful language cannot be tolerated. Anyone using such will be asked once to
stop using it, and if used again they will be asked to leave the meeting
This events listing is provided as a community service and not necessarily Fairpark Community Council organized events.
School is in session! Remmeber to stop for school busses in your travels.
Sidwalk Snow Removal Policy
Salt Lake City requires property owners to remove snow and ice from their whole sidewalk adjacent to their property within 24 hours after a storm. Please refer to the ordinance for full legal information. (Salt Lake City Code 14.20.070)
This ordinance applies to all businesses and residents.
The ordinance requires snow to be removed from the whole width of your sidewalk and includes ADA ramps which go out to the street.
Read more details here.
Zoning Terms Primer
Click on the link above to learn about:
Market Rate Housing
Union Pacific Delay Hotline
Stopped train have you delayed? Call the Union Pacific Hotline!
If a train is stopped on the tracks, blocking your access to cross, call this number and the train engineer will be contacted by Union Pacific personnel to get the train moving.