FAIRPARK COMMUNITY COUNCIL
P.O. BOX 16632, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH 84116
Tom King, Chair – 801-502-1991
Nigel Swaby, 1st Vice Chair
Deanna Taylor Secretary, 801-403-0121
Jarod Hall, Treasurer
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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.
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Fairpark Community Council meetings will be held virtually until further notice.
The Salt Lake Mayor’s office has a section on COVID-19. In tat 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 Virtual Meeting
December 3 2020 -Fairpark Community Council
Next Fairpark Community Council Virtual Monthly Meeting
December 3, 2020 06:30 PM
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When safe conditions exist for gatherings, we will resume our meetings at:
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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.
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
• Please feel free to use the back of this agenda to write down your questions during the presentations.
• 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
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School is in session! Remmeber to stop for school busses in your travels.
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.
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Zoning Terms Primer
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Market Rate Housing
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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.