Gardeners from all over our community, as well as from surrounding areas flocked to the event on a cool spring day. There were over 300 people who attended, and the Plant Sale sold almost 2,000 plants during the four-hour Festival. Although some needed sweaters on the cool day, the weather didn’t stop hundreds from visiting […]
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The Gazette At A Glance
Visit The Gazette Archives page (tab at top) for past issues. The Gazette is mailed out each month to all households in the Fairpark Community.
October2017 (Click this link to access the pdf version.)
Education Corner: Starting the day ready to learn: It’s what’s for Breakfast
2017 Utah State Fair a Success!
Annual Community Coat Exchange
Reports from Community Agencies
Salt Lake City Fire Dept.
SLCPD Crime Stats Report for Fairpark, 2015 Summary
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Volunteer Opportunites in Our Community
Coming soon to this page!
This list will encompass some of the volunteer opportunities in our community.
Fairpark Community Calendar
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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.
Portions of meetings are video recorded.
Thursday, June 28, 2018
6:30 - 8:00pm
Note: Out of respect to our invited guests, 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 have included a way of contacting the presenters directly with your questions. Please feel free to use the bottom of the agenda to write down your questions during the presentations.
6:30 Welcome, Announcements and Start Meeting
6:35 Public Safety Report,
Det. Bryce Curdie and Det. Eldon Oliver
Fire Station 7
6:45 Elected Official Report-Council Members/Legislative Representatives in attendance, which may include:
District 1 James Rogers, firstname.lastname@example.org
District 2 Andrew Johnston, email@example.com
District 3 Chris Wharton, firstname.lastname@example.org
State Legislator, Sandra Hollins email@example.com
State Senator, Luz Escamilla, firstname.lastname@example.org
7:05 Mayor’s Office Report
7:20 Update on Operation Rio Grande
Restore North Temple
The Fairpark Community Council joins other community groups in the #RestoreNorthTemple coalition, a group of neighbors, residents and business owners who want to see North Temple brought to a Grand Boulevard status. Learn more at Restore North Temple.
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.
School Bus Safety Reminder
If you are approaching a school bus with flashing yellow lights, proceed with the normal caution required by school zones.
If the school bus is displaying flashing red lights, you must stop (unless the bus is traveling in the opposite direction on a divided highway).