|December 2017||December Meeting Minutes|
|No meeting in November|
|October 2017||October Meeting Minutes|
|September 2017||September Meeting Minutes|
|August 2017||August Meeting Minutes (no meeting in July)|
|June 2017||June Meeting Minutes|
|May 2017||May Meeting Minutes|
|April 2017||April Meeting Minutes|
|March 2017||March Meeting Minutes|
|February 2017||February Meeting Minutes|
|January 2017||January Meeting Minutes|
Welcome to Fairpark Community!
Fairpark Community website provides information, resources and news to inform residents of the latest happenings in our community.
Navigating this site
(To return to the home page click on "Fairpark Community above the header image.)
Information and resources are located in the tabs at the top of the page.
News and blog posts are featured on the News page.
Minutes from past meetings are always posted within a few days of each meeting. They can be found by clicking the "About" tab a the top menu bar and then clicking on "Fairpark Community Council", then "Monthly Meeting Agendas and MInutes. You can view the current year as well as archived minutes.
Article categories are listed in the drop down menu below.
Archived articles, can be found by visiting the " "Gazette" tab (under "About") and choose the year.
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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.
City Council Comments
To participate in City Council meetings during the COVID-19 pandemic follow the updated instructions on this page – https://www.slc.gov/council/news/featured-news/virtually-attend-city-council-meetings-2/
Reports from Community Agencies
Salt Lake City Fire Dept.
SLCPD Crime Stats Report for Fairpark, 2015 Summary
Stay connected with the Salt Lake City Police Department on your mobile device using CityConnect.
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Fairpark Community Council meetings will be held online until further notice.
Get vaccinated if you’re over 6. Wear a mask if you’re unvaccinated. Support your unvaccinated children by wearing a mask with them.
If you’re worried about whether you may have COVID-19,
please call the Utah Coronavirus Information Line at 1-800-456-7707
Helping neighbors during COVID-19 outbreak
The Salt Lake Mayor’s office has a section on COVID-19. In that section there is a flyer you can distribute to neighbors offering help if they need it, and where you can enter your name and phone number and a checklist of how you can help. Click on the image below for a pdf of the flyer or visit the page directly here: https://www.slc.gov/mayor/2020/03/13/im-worried-about-my-neighbor-how-can-i-help/
Fairpark Community Council Meetings
Notice: The June Fairpark meeting will be held in person at Northwest Recreation Center. This is a hybrid meeting with Zoom info following the agenda.
June 23, 2022 FCC General Meeting Agenda
6:30 pm Welcome and Announcements – Development Committee, Homeless Committee
6:35 Public Safety Report – North Temple issues
6:45 City Council
6:55 Mayor’s offices
7:15 Community Discussion
Affordable Housing Overlay
ASPIRE – Fawn Groves
Suzanne Harrison – County Council candidate
Next FCC Meeting – Thursday, August 25, 6:30
Next FCC Board Meeting – Monday, August 15, 6:30
Register in advance for this meeting:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
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.
The current month’s meeting agenda is posted on the Welcome Page of this site.
The Fairpark Community Council recognizes and respects the relationships that exist between many Indigenous people and their traditional homelands. We acknowledge that our neighborhood is located at the base of the Wasatch Mountains in the Salt Lake Valley, on the sacred lands of the Goshute, Navajo, Paiute, Shoshone and Ute people. We honor the original ancestors of this land and offer respect to all that live in our community.
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 each presentation
• If your question is not answered at the meeting, we will provide a way of contacting the presenters directly with your questions
• Take notes to save questions until the presentation is over.
• 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
Salt Lake City Fire Department is recruiting! www.slc.gov/fire/careers-2020
Crossing Guards are being hired! @$15/hour – am and pm – https://external-slcgov.icims.com/jobs/4042/school-crossing-guard—part-time/job
Fairpark’s Salt Lake City PD contact: 385-549-9262 / Eldon.Oliver@slcgov.com
From the Mayor’s Office:
State of the City. https://www.slc.gov/blog/2021/01/26/a-stronger-more-resilient-more-equitable-salt-lake-city-in-2021-and-beyond/
2021 crime control plan released: http://www.slcpd.com/ass3ts/uploads/2021/01/2021CrimeControlPlan-UPDATED.pdf
Racial Equity in Policing Commission: https://www.slcrepcommission.com/
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.