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Important Update for the TRCC Application Process:

In preparation for the escalation and duration of the COVID-19 pandemic, precautionary measures have been taken by Salt Lake County, the State of Utah and the federal government.  These measures will directly and significantly impact TRCC revenue which is generated from restaurant, car rental and transient room tax.  

During this time of uncertainty, we have made the decision to not open up the TRCC application process for 2021. Application workshops have been cancelled. Your patience is appreciated as we work to respond to this unprecedented situation appropriately and effectively. 

 

Arts and Culture

Spaces, places and services to engage with the arts. Abravanel Hall, Capitol Theatre, Eccles Theater, Rose Wagner, the new Mid-Valley Performing Arts Center (opening in 2020), ArtTix, and the County’s public art program. Contact: artsaltlake.org or 385-468-1010.

Clark Planetarium

Clark Planetarium is a community educational resource for learning about the science in our everyday lives and the wonders of the universe. We place a special emphasis on astronomy and space exploration education.

County Library

Welcoming spaces for everyone to read, create, learn, play, and connect.

Discovery Gateway Children’s Museum

Located in the Gateway in downtown Salt Lake City, Discovery Gateway offers 60,000 square feet of interactive, hands-on fun. Come explore our engaging workshops, programs, and exhibits that invite the whole family to create, learn and play together.

Equestrian Park

A premier racing, training and show facility with some of the finest equine amenities in the Intermountain West.

Parks and Recreation

Parks and Recreation is “Improving Lives Through People, Parks and Play.” It operates and maintains parks, trails and open space, golf courses, recreation centers, swimming pools, ice centers, and Wheeler Historic Farm.

Zoo, Arts and Parks

Since 1997, the ZAP Program has provided funding that enables growth and development of cultural, artistic, zoological, botanical, and recreational opportunities within the County.