City Beat Archive
West Valley City officials today unveiled the recently completed Promenade at Fairbourne Station, the community’s new park and public walkway.
What features make a neighborhood a local historical district? The Salt Lake City Council will attempt to answer that question today.
With the debate over the controversial SkiLink proposal and proposed wilderness protections in the background, Mayor Ralph Becker took his push to
A stray piece of trash, a cigarette butt or an old piece of gum on the sidewalk are all commonplace in urban
An audit reviewing the practices and policies of the Salt Lake City Library calls for more management changes. The 53-page report says
What does Salt Lake City have in common with New York, Chicago and San Francisco? As of this summer, it now has
Residents and business owners in the area surrounding Salt Lake City’s North Temple street continue to endure heavy construction as the thoroughfare
Salt Lake City is expanding a program aimed at increasing use of alternative transportation and making residents more confident in it. Sustainability
Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker says he’s not disappointed the U.S. Olympic Committee won’t submit a bid for the 2022 Winter
Organizers of the anti-corporate personhood Move to Amend initiative have taken their quest to get on the ballot in Salt Lake City
Salt Lake City's Library and Washington squares are covered in 158 booths until Sunday for the 36th Annual Utah Arts Festival. KCPW's
Salt Lake City’s $205 million budget is now in place for the next year, after being approved by the city council last
A 20-ton sand sculpture will anchor the four-day Utah Arts Festival beginning Thursday on Salt Lake City’s Library Square. And as KCPW’s
This fall, Millcreek voters will decide if the east-side suburb should remain a township or incorporate as the county’s 17th city. What
The Salt Lake City Library has started a nationwide search for a new executive director, following Beth Elder’s resignation last fall. Transitional
Despite having the support of Mayor Ralph Becker and the chair of the Salt Lake City Council, a proposed ballot initiative calling
Salt Lake City leaders are considering an off-leash dog tag program to increase revenue for maintaining off-leash dog areas and developing new
The Salt Lake City Council will begin discussions today about a proposal to close the Jordan River Par 3 Golf Course in
Bicyclists in Salt Lake City have a new tool to help them explore where and how to ride. This morning, the city
Salt Lake City is welcoming small businesses back to downtown. After years of empty storefronts, Mayor Ralph Becker will celebrate the opening
Twelve thousand runners, walkers, and volunteers will fill library square tomorrow to help fight breast cancer.
The Sugar House streetcar line stretching from the heart of the Salt Lake City neighborhood to the TRAX station on 2100 South
Salt Lake City leaders are in the midst of discussions about the growing problem of panhandling. Downtown Alliance Executive Director Jason Mathis
A local initiative decrying corporate personhood is gaining traction. Thousands of Salt Lake City residents have signed the Move to Amend petition,
Salt Lake City is partnering with five other Wasatch Front cities and counties to launch the “Wasatch Solar Challenge” after receiving a
About 20 tents are now set up on a gravel lot east of the Salt Lake City Main Library, following the city
The Salt Lake City Library is becoming a little more user friendly. This week, it adopted a new online catalog the library
Salt Lake City is back to fine tuning its regulation of electronic billboards now that efforts by state lawmakers to thwart the
A strong advocate for downtown businesses in Salt Lake City was struck and killed by a Utah Transit Authority bus this morning.
Salt Lake City leaders want to know where you get your food. As part of the city’s Community Food Assessment, it’s launching