City Beat Archive

Broadway Style Theater Will Bring Changes to Other Blocks of Downtown

Plans for a Broadway-style theater in Downtown Salt Lake City are well underway. Yesterday, the public was invited to get an update

DWQ Says Red Butte Creek is Clean; Public Comment Opens

Thanks to a ruptured Chevron oil pipeline, more than 33,000 gallons of crude oil spilled into Salt Lake City’s Red Butte Creek

Winter Farmers Market Coming to Salt Lake City

Four months out of the year, Pioneer Park is filled with farmers, bakers and artisans selling their goods at the Downtown Farmers

Airport TRAX Line to Open Ahead of Schedule

Those looking for easier transportation to the Salt Lake City International Airport can look forward to riding TRAX sooner than originally planned.

Web Cameras Installed on Main Street

Life just got a whole lot more public for those visiting Salt Lake City’s Main Street. The Downtown Alliance recently installed

More Off-Leash Dog Parks Coming to Salt Lake City

Salt Lake City wants to create more open space where dogs are welcome. Ann Ober, the city’s Administrative Services Division Director,

Many Voters in Millcreek Still Undecided on Incorporation

Election Day is just 25 days away. And for voters in one Utah township, it’s also the day when they will decide

Baby Giraffe Born at Hogle Zoo

Salt Lake City is now home to a six-foot-tall baby girl… who happens to be a giraffe. The new giraffe was born

Ballot Could be Used to Decide on Historic Districts

Salt Lake City homeowners could soon have a more direct role in making decisions about preservation. The city council is expected to

UTA Announces Bus Free Fare Zone Will Continue

Public transit riders in downtown Salt Lake City received some good news Wednesday. After a year of discussions, the Utah Transit Authority