Salt Lake County – Salt Lake County (SLCo) is working diligently in partnership with Salt Lake City, the state, service providers, the Salt Lake Valley Coalition to End Homelessness, and other partners, to protect vulnerable populations from COVID-19 with a specific focus on individuals experiencing homelessness.
(SALT LAKE COUNTY)—Salt Lake County Health Department (SLCoHD) today declared a public health emergency in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Immediately following the declaration, SLCoHD issued a health order, effective at 11:00 p.m. today, March 16, regarding business operations in the county, including specifics for the food and beverage industry
All Salt Lake County Arts venues – Abravanel Hall, Capitol Theatre, Eccles Theater, and the Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center – are closing for performances effective immediately today, March 12, through March 31. We are working with all of the shows scheduled during this time to determine the process for event rescheduling or ticket exchanges and/or refunds. If you purchased tickets through ArtTix, you will be notified via email on what to do.
Are your children curious about science and art? Little learners will build and explore with hands-on play and fun experiments that develop a better understanding of the world around them at the County Library’s third-annual Get Curious event.
The County Library is celebrating New Orleans culture with a ragin’ Cajun Mardi Gras brouhaha at the Library’s Viridian Event Center. The gala will include beads, music, food, a parade and more.
Salt Lake County Consortium HOME Investment Partnership Program The Salt Lake County Division of Housing and Community Development (HCD) will be releasing a request for applications for the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development HOME Investment Partnership Program. Applications will be accepted via ZoomGrantsTM, an online grant management system.
Traditional choral melodies and professional Lion Dancers will wow revelers as they ring in the Year of the Rat during the County Library’s Lunar New Year celebration.
Salt Lake Urban County is Releasing the RFA for the 2020-2021 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Hard Cost Programs.
Aspiring adult wizards and witches and alumni will enter a magical and fanciful world, complete with mysterious quests and wonderous entertainment at the County Library’s first-ever Adult Wizarding Soirée.
The County Library will celebrate Mexican heritage with two Día de los Muertos celebrations, the first of which will be hosted at its Tyler branch, with the second taking place at the Hunter branch.
The County Library and Clark Planetarium are proving you’re never too old to learn something new.
Play games and connect with others in the community during a free annual event all about games at the County Library.
The County Library will be getting medieval on some pumpkins—literally.
Hundreds of Midvale-area families won’t need to worry about buying winter coats for their kids, thanks to the County Library and Operation Warm.
Leaders from nearly 100 major urban library systems across the United States and Canada will convene in Salt Lake City and County for this year’s 2019 Urban Libraries Council Forum.
Take the stress out of finding a Halloween costume at the County Library’s Costume Swap.
Nine Amazon best-selling clean romance authors will mingle with fans at a special County Library meet and greet event.
Residents Can Help Direct Resources to Where They Are Needed Most.
Help promote infant health by donating disposable children’s diapers at the County Library during Utah Diaper Bank’s annual Diaper Need Awareness Drive, September 1–30.
Spend the day watching artists fill the sidewalks with unique and exciting artwork at the County Library’s third-annual Chalk the Walk art festival.
Participants who completed the County Library’s Summer Reading Program will receive free admission during Library Days at the Natural History Museum of Utah at the Rio Tinto Center at the University of Utah.
Clint Edwards, author of I’m Sorry... Love, Your Husband: Honest, Hilarious Stories From a Father of Three Who Made All the Mistakes (and Made Up for Them), and Meredith Ethington, author of Mom Life: Perfection Pending and the popular blog Perfection Pending, will talk about parenting and the perception of perfection.
For the seventh consecutive year, the County Library is giving fangirls and fanboys a chance to geek out at ToshoCON, a two-day conference for all things anime.
SALT LAKE COUNTY, Utah—The County Library, Clark Planetarium and the City of West Jordan, along with the U.S. Space & Rocket Center, are inviting the public to join a worldwide celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission by launching model rockets at West Jordan’s Veterans Memorial Park on Tuesday, July 16, from 10 am–noon.
Blasting rockets, spaceship flight simulators and space floats are pretty entertaining. So is a good book.
Defeat the dark side—or embrace it—at the County Library’s annual May the 4th event.
The Natural History Museum of Utah (NHMU) and the County Library’s Taylorsville branch will join more than 150 cities on six continents in this year’s City Nature Challenge, a quest that challenges people of all ages and backgrounds to observe and submit pictures of wild plants, animals and fungi using the iNaturalist mobile app.
Celebrate día de los niños with live music, piñatas, crafts and more family friendly activities at the County Library’s annual Kids Fiesta celebration.
The County Library announced the groundbreaking for its Daybreak branch, which will take place at 10 am on Earth Day—Monday, April 22—at 11358 Grandville Ave (approximately 5600 W) in South Jordan.
Shelter the Homeless is seeking representatives to participate on its Neighborhood Advisory Committees for each of the surrounding neighborhoods near the three new Homeless Resource Centers.
Monday, April 1, marks the first day of open enrollment for approximately 70,000-90,000 adults under Utah's Medicaid expansion.
Salt Lake County and the Jordan River Foundation are coming together to encourage big ideas for how more families, businesses, and visitors can access and enjoy the Jordan River and its surrounding areas.
In 1939, Ruth Vine Tyler—the namesake of our cozy County Library branch in Midvale, was named the first director of Salt Lake County Library and began offering library services in two classrooms of the old Midvale School. Tyler was a trailblazer for women in the workplace 80 years ago, and she fearlessly led and administered library services, and guided the Library Board, for four decades—half of Salt Lake County Library’s existence.
Are your kids curious about science and art? Little learners and their families are invited to build and explore, with hands-on play and interactive experiments, at the County Library’s second-annual Get Curious event.
It is commonly said that we fear what we do not understand. That’s why, from February through April, a number of County Library branches will display exhibits to pair human stories with hard facts and quantify the contributions of Muslims in the United States, courtesy of the Institute for Social Policy and Understanding and Utah Council for Citizen Diplomacy.
In an effort to provide the public with a better understanding of the challenges facing journalists, the County Library’s Tyler branch will host a discussion with Jennifer Napier-Pearce, editor of The Salt Lake Tribune.
Salt Lake County Parks and Recreation is celebrating the kickoff of construction for a new Outdoor Education Center at Wheeler Historic Farm, located at 6351 South 900 East in Murray, this Wednesday, January 30 at 10:30 am.
During the 150th anniversary of the efforts of Chinese railroad workers, the County Library’s Viridian Event Center will host an exhibit honoring and detailing the contributions of Chinese-Americans to the construction of the U.S. Transcontinental Railroad.
Celebrate the Year of the Pig and several Asian countries, cultures and customs at the County Library’s second-annual Chinese New Year event.
The County Library has unveiled a plaque dedicated to Dr. Carrie Byington, a physician and advocate of literacy who cofounded the University of Utah's South Main Clinic and its reading room.
Junior Achievement of Utah is celebrating their partnership with the Salt Lake County Library with a ribbon cutting at their newest installation at Junior Achievement City (JA City).
County Library will hand out free gun locks, no questions asked, and no personal information collected or shared.
Play games and connect with others in the community during an annual event all about games at the County Library.
The County Library celebrated Mexican heritage with more than 800 people at special Day of the Dead celebrations at two branches and ofrendas around the system on Friday.
Robin Glassey has a not-so-originally named “big book.” Since 2014, she has carried the 30-pound, leather-bound behemoth (see photo “CountyLibrary_LocalAuthors1.jpg”) from convention to presentation to workshop, using it to collect autographs from authors and those she meets whose work she admires.
Kristyn Crow, author of many popular children’s picture books including “Bedtime at the Swamp” and “Zombelina,” will read and speak at the County Library’s upcoming Picture Book Party.
The state’s largest convention to connect local authors will take place at the Salt Lake County Library’s Viridian Event Center.
In a partnership intended to educate parents and their trick-or-treaters during the Halloween season, the County Library, Zero Fatalities Utah and the Utah Department of Transportation will host an awareness event and unveil a new pedestrian safety campaign for the month of October.
The County Library is celebrating Mexican heritage with special Day of the Dead celebrations to two locations and ofrendas around the system.
If something isn’t broken, don’t fix it. If something is broken, do fix it—with the help of volunteer fix-it coaches at the County Library’s Fix-It Clinic.
Local art from illustrators of all ages will line the walls of the County Library’s Bingham Creek branch and explode onto social media during October.
A new University of Utah/Utah Education Policy Center study suggests participation in Salt Lake County Library’s Summer Reading can significantly increase young students’ basic early literacy scores.
Help promote infant health by donating disposable children’s diapers at the County Library during Utah Diaper Bank’s annual Diaper Needs Awareness Drive, September 1-30.
Spanish-speaking residents of Salt Lake County can now have access to thousands of materials in Spanish, thanks to the County Library’s partnership with Odilo.
Nearly 5,000 people who took part in the County Library’s Summer Reading Program attended Library Days at the Natural History Museum of Utah last week.
Salt Lake Tribune humorist Robert Kirby will relate stories of Utah and his experience as a journalist at 7 pm on Wednesday, September 5 at the County Library’s Whitmore branch.
Plans for the new County Library in Kearns are underway and, in an effort to build economically and as quickly as possible, we will be closing the current Kearns branch effective Monday, December 24.
Spend the day watching artists fill the sidewalks with unique and exciting artwork at the County Library’s second-annual Chalk the Walk art festival.
Sexually transmitted diseases continue to top the list; officials encourage STD testing
Sexually transmitted diseases continue to top the list; officials encourage STD testing
Celebrate local agricultural and horticultural skills and products at this year’s free Salt Lake County Fair. To make the event accessible to everyone, there are no fees for admission, parking, entertainment, or for most of the activities.
Handy about fixing things? Sign up to be a fix-it coach at the County Library’s Fix-It Clinic.
For the sixth year in a row, more than 1,000 teens from around the state will geek out at the County Library’s anxiously awaited ToshoCON event.
The County Library will welcome special guests David (Gruber) Allen and Lupé Carranza for a Rockin’ Storytime at the Smith branch
Salt Lake County Parks and Recreation and ReAL Salt Lake Foundation celebrate the opening of two futsal (mini-soccer pitch) courts at Constitution Park this Tuesday, June 26th at 7:30 pm.
Salt Lake County Parks and Recreation in partnership with Draper City and Canyons School District will celebrate the start of construction on the Draper Recreation Center on Thursday, June 21st at 1:30 pm at 657 East Vestry Road in Draper, Utah.
The County Library has joined the fight against opioid deaths by distributing injectable Naloxone rescue kits to the public, no questions asked and no personal information collected or shared.
The County Library's Summer Reading Program is rockin’ with challenges and prizes from June 1-July 31. This year's theme is "Libraries Rock!"
The County Library is rockin’ at the seventh-annual Summer Reading Challenge Kickoff on June 1 from 6-9 pm at the Library’s Viridian Event Center and Veterans Memorial Park in West Jordan.
The County Library is rockin' the entire month of May with pet supply donations, to be followed by a day of festivities on June 2 with Save Our Local Pets Utah, Salt Lake County Animal Services, Tiger Claw Tattoo and Rescue Rovers.
Connect with others by participating in technology programs at the County Library during Digital Inclusion Week from May 7-11.
Dust off your Jedi robes, it’s time for the County Library’s annual May the 4th event—an evening at the Mos Eisley Cantina for costume and trivia contests, mocktails, refreshments and galactic games.
In the spirit of United We Read SLC, and in support of New Americans, a guest panel of youth and adults will share their experiences of coming to the United States at the County Library’s Columbus branch on April 26.
Celebrate Día de los niños at Kids Fiesta with Latina artist and illustrator Ana Aranda at the County Library’s Viridian Event Center on April 28.
Salt Lake County Library fans are showing their love for the library and the community during Library Month, April 1-30. Library fans are invited to stop by their local County Library branch, take a photo and share it on social media using #SLCoLibraryFan, to let others know how the County Library has transformed them and their loved ones.
In partnership with KUED, the County Library will host a free reception for traveling art exhibit Vietnam Veterans: Art Beyond Combat on March 29, Vietnam Veterans Recognition Day in Utah.
The application period is now open for the County Library’s Outstanding Wizarding Levels (O.W.L.) Camp this June at the Library’s Viridian Event Center, offering Salt Lake County youths, ages 11-18, the chance to receive an O.W.L. letter, board Platform 9 ¾ and attend Hogwarts for a day.
In partnership with Shadow Mountain Publishing, Author Camron Wright will join the book discussion of The Orphan Keeper, along with and Taj Rowland, the subject of the book. Wright and Rowland will answer questions and discuss a preview of Wright’s new release The Other Side of the Bridge.
Middle-grade authors Brandon Mull, James Riley and Kevin Sands are visiting the Library’s Viridian Event Center on March 19 to share their latest middle-grade fantasy novels: Time Jumpers (Mull), Worlds Apart (Riley) and The Assassin’s Curse (Sands).
Readers borrowed nearly 2 million digital materials from the County Library during 2017, becoming one of only 58 libraries worldwide to circulate more than 1 million digital materials through OverDrive alone.
The public is invited to connect with new cultures through Cooking & Conversation, an event offered in partnership with United We Read SLC at the County Library’s Tyler branch on February 27.
Teens are invited to celebrate science, technology, engineering and math the entire month of March as part of the County Library’s Teen Tech Month.
The County Library will honor and celebrate Chinese culture and the Year of the Dog with local artists, performers, community members and Salt Lake County Animal Services on February 17 at the Library’s Viridian Event Center.
In honor of Black History Month, the County Library is offering a free film screening on February 1 and a special HistoryMakers event on February 3
Offered in partnership with The HistoryMakers organization, the County Library will honor Salt Lake County HistoryMakers Emma E. Houston, the Honorable Shauna Graves-Robertson and Dr. Joyce M. Gray in a special program on February 3.
Bestselling children's literature author Lynda Mullaly Hunt will be chatting with library patrons in an exclusive Skype visit on January 22 at the County Library's Whitmore branch.
Thousands of young witches and wizards will gather at the Library’s Viridian Event Center on January 19 for the sixth-annual Teen Yule Ball—a night of wizardly revelry that has become a yearly tradition for countless Salt Lake County teens.
Library systems across Salt Lake County are uniting for the second-annual United We Read SLC campaign.
Salt Lake County Deputy Mayor Karen Hale will announce and launch the annual countywide Angel Giving Tree Donation Campaign on November 21st in partnership with ShelterKids, a local non-profit organization that has been providing support to homeless, abused, neglected, at-risk teens and young adults served by Salt Lake County Youth Services.
Play games and connect with others in the community during an annual event all about games.
Two County Library Youth Services librarians have been published in a new sourcebook from the American Library Association.
Jean Reagan, author of the popular picture book, "How to Babysit a Grandma." to attend the County Library picture book reading party on Nov 13th.
More than 70 published authors will provide free writing workshops, book signings and discussions at the fourth-annual Local Authors & You event November 3-4 at the Library’s Viridian Event Center.
124 urban libraries sign-on to statement aimed at achieving racial and social equity
The Library’s Viridian Event Center is bringing back one of Salt Lake County’s favorite family Halloween traditions: Pumpkinpalooza.
New York Times bestselling author Craig Johnson will regale us with tales of heroics, sign books and answer questions about his 12th and 13th Longmire novels.
On September 26th, Salt Lake County Youth Services is hosting its Ribbon Cutting event at the newly opened West Jordan Office. The public is invited to attend to meet staff, tour the facility and learn about its unique wraparound approach that Salt Lake County Youth Services provides to residents.
On Sunday, September 24, the public is invited to bring their favorite banned book to the County Library’s Columbus branch and participate in a Facebook live event where we will all read from our banned books, simultaneously, for approximately three minutes in celebration of our intellectual freedom.
Local authors Chad Morris and Shelly Brown will visit the Library’s Viridian Event Center September 27 to discuss their new book, Mustaches for Maddie, which School Library Journal praised as “a moving novel about a truly brave girl.
The County Library is partnering with KUED Channel 7 to present a special preview of the Ken Burns and Lynn Novick ten-part documentary, The Vietnam War, on August 10 at the Library's Viridian Event Center.
Sexually transmitted diseases continue to top the list; officials encourage STD testing
The County Library is offering programs and viewing parties in celebration of the total solar eclipse on August 21.
Salt Lake County Animal Services is ecstatic to announce it has been awarded a $10,000 grant from the Petco Foundation to support the Free Feline Fix, a program that provides free spays and neuters to owned cats in their service area.
For the fifth year in a row, more than 1,000 teens from around the state will geek out at the County Library's anxiously awaited ToshoCON event.
The County Library is celebrating refugees all during July.
Critically acclaimed author and mentor Ramona Zabriskie will visit the County Library’s Viridian Event Center on July 27 to share her approach for personal happiness and marital bliss.
In partnership with Salt Lake County Zoo, Arts, and Parks (ZAP), the County Library is hosting a community concert with the One Voice Children’s Choir.
Local author Matthew J. Kirby will visit the Library's Viridian Event Center on July 19 to discuss "Rogue World," the newest installment in his Dark Gravity Sequence series.
County Library Services, partnering with the Salt Lake County Health Department, has trained librarians on how to administer NARCAN, and has distributed Naloxone kits to their branches. Located in most valley communities, branches of the County Library are strategically situated to offer emergency response.
In partnership with the Aspen Institute's Citizenship & American Identity program, the County Library presents "Science & Civics: Clean Air in Utah," a panel discussion with local and national experts focusing on Utah's air quality.
Starting June 12, various library locations will transform into magical shops, offering wand-making classes, a potions-themed scavenger hunt, magical creature crafts and wizard jokes for the County Library’s Diagon Alley.
The County Library is partnering with Utah State University to offer a series of STEM camps through August. The camps encompass everything from Junk Drawer Robotics and Woodworking, to Archaeology and an Aerospace Mission to Mars, and more.
Local author and Westminster University professor Christine Seifert is visiting the County Library in June to share her new book, “Factory Girls: A Kaleidoscopic View of the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire.”
Interested in cosplay but not sure where to start? The County Library is offering a series of free cosplay classes for teens in June and July.
Salt Lake County Library Youth Outreach and Programming Librarian Stephanie Anderson was named the recipient of the 2017 Utah Library Association (ULA) Community Engagement Librarian Award.
As part of their library month campaign, The County Library held a food drive for its patrons and staff through the month of April. The drive resulted in a 14,120-pound donation to Utah Food Bank, up 24 percent from 2016’s donation.
The County Library is hosting its first Outstanding Wizarding Levels (O.W.L.) Camp this July at the Library’s Viridian Event Center, offering Salt Lake County youth, ages 11-18, the chance to receive an O.W.L. letter, board Platform 9 3/4 and attend Hogwarts for a day.
United We Read SLC continues its discussion series of “A Man Called Ove” at Salt Lake County Library’s Bingham Creek branch on May 10. The discussion will feature a special guest from the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Utah who will share information about depression and suicide prevention.
Local authors Johanna Buchert Smith and Ellen Buchert share their secrets for creating a more conscious, connected life through gardening in their book “The Story Garden: Cultivating Plants to Nurture Memories” at the County Library’s Whitmore Branch on April 17. Following the presentation, there will be a Q&A session and book signing. Books will be available for purchase from The Printed Garden onsite.
The County Library is offering a series of free workshops on business basics, Business 101. Each monthly workshop will explore a different topic, including how to market your business and how to research franchise opportunities, and will be taught by business owners or members of Salt Lake Score.
La Audiencia Pública se realizará con la presencia del Alcalde del Condado de Salt Lake y de los Alcaldes de las Ciudades de Alta, Bluffdale, Cottonwood Heights, Draper, Herriman, Holladay, Millcreek, Murray, Riverton y el Sur de Salt Lake para aceptar comentarios acerca de los proyectos propuestos y las actividades a realizar con los fondos federales en el 2017-2018 bajo los siguientes programas: Subvención de Desarrollo Comunitario (CDBG por sus siglas en Inglés) Subvención para soluciones de Emergencia (ESG por sus siglas en Inglés) Subvención para programa de Vivienda (HOME) Subvención de Servicios Sociales (SSBG por sus siglas en Inglés)
A Public Hearing will be held before the Salt Lake County Mayor and the Mayors of the Town of Alta, Bluffdale, Cottonwood Heights, Draper, Herriman, Holladay, Midvale, Millcreek, Murray, Riverton and South Salt Lake to accept comment on the proposed projects and activities to be undertaken with 2017-18 federal funds under the following programs: Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) HOME Investment Partnership Grant (HOME) Social Services Block Grant (SSBG)
New York Times bestselling author, Brandon Mull, is visiting the Library’s Viridian Event Center in West Jordan on Wednesday, April 12 at 7 pm to celebrate the release of the long-awaited sequel to the Fablehaven series, “Dragonwatch.”
New York Times bestselling author Maria v. Snyder will visit the County Library’s Herriman Branch on April 6 to discuss the newest installment in her “Study” series, “Dawn Study,” and to answer audience questions. Following the presentation, attendees may get their books signed by the author.
SALT LAKE COUNTY, UT – Salt Lake County Library fans are showing their love for the library and the community during Library Month, April 1-30. Library fans are invited to stop by their local County Library, take a photo and share it on social media, using the hashtag #SLCoLibraryFan, to let others know how the County Library has transformed them and their loved ones.
From oral to written to visual and digital storytelling, historic fairy tales continue to play an influential role in all of our lives. Dr. Karin Baumgartner will be at the County Library’s Taylorsville Branch on March 29 to discuss historic fairy tales – how to read them and their impact on modern culture.
Teens across the County are invited to create STEM projects and “Be the Source of Change” in their communities during Teen Tech Month at the County Library.
Rosemary Wells and the County Library will share early learning tips and a “Hand in Hand” storytime at the Library’s Viridian Event Center March 3 and 4.
The County Library and The King’s English Bookshop welcome award-winning artist and author Judd Winick to the Library’s Viridian Event Center on Thursday, March 2.
The County Library and King Marcus III are bringing true Mardi Gras spirit to the Library’s Viridian Event Center on Saturday, February 25. First announced the last part of January, the free Gala “sold out” within days; approximately 300 adults are expected to attend.
he County Library and The Printed Garden welcome award-winning local early reader Author Lindsey Leavitt to the Holladay Branch on Saturday, February 18.
Book and movie lovers are invited to a free screening of "A Man Called Ove" at Salt Lake County Library's Viridian Event Center on February 13.
The Zoo, Arts and Parks (ZAP) program is currently accepting applications for Tier II funding. Learn how to apply.
The County Library is inviting children, families and caregivers to visit their neighborhood branch on February 4 in celebration of International Take Your Child to the Library Day.
The County Library, in collaboration with the Aspen Institute, is hosting an interactive civic discussion about what it means to be an American on January 30, at the Library’s Viridian Event Center. Just prior to the community dialogue, Owl (name to be announced at the event) will be officially inaugurated as the County Library’s new mascot.
In 2016, Salt Lake County Animal Services is the largest no kill municipal shelter in Utah. This year the live release rate exceeded 95%, this is the fourth year in a row Animal Services has reached a number over 90% for the entire year.
Library systems across Salt Lake County are uniting on a reading initiative that encourages everyone in the County to connect by reading the same book and by sharing their experience with others.
Young wizards and muggles will assemble at the Library's Viridian Event Center for the fifth annual Teen Yule Ball on January 13. This event has become a yearly tradition for thousands of youth; last year nearly two thousand youth attended.
April Townsend, director of Finance and Operations at the County Library, was recognized as one of Utah's American Graduate 2016 Champions for her mentorship efforts and for founding The Women’s Leadership Forum in Salt Lake County.
Pets and children can enrich each other’s life, give unconditional love, and offer comfort on an emotional level no adult can provide. Salt Lake County Animal Services wants to share the value of this connection with visitors who see the tree at Festival of Trees.
Utah Friends for Animal Care and Effective Solutions (FACES) is proud to accept a donation of $3500 from the Salt Lake County Health Department’s employees Blue Jeans for Charity Program.
Salt Lake County Announces Public Comment Period for the 2015-2016 Consolidated AnnualPerformance and Evaluation Report (CAPER)
Join us for our 2nd Annual Petapalooza Festival at the Viridian Event Center on August 27! This is the end of summer event of the year.
Salt Lake County Animal Services is gearing up for fireworks season. Keep your pets safe with these tips.
Salt Lake County Animal Services has received an achievement award from the National Association of Counties (NACo) for its Humane Education program. It is a program to educate children and teens about how to be responsible pet owners.
Salt Lake County Community Resources & Development 2016-2017 Federal Funding Recommendations
Salt Lake County Council members are preparing to offer a new call-in option to members of the public who are not able to personally attend the regularly scheduled Tuesday Council meetings.
Salt Lake County Zoo, Arts and Parks (ZAP) is now accepting grant applications from qualifying organizations for 2016 Tier II funding. ZAP Tier II is a grant-making program that partially funds 148 arts and cultural organizations currently.
Salt Lake Tribune: Coming off a year of numerous accomplishments, Salt Lake County is committed to working even harder in 2016 to build "a Greater Salt Lake through healthy people, healthy places, expanded opportunities and responsive government."
The new county dashboard - Salt Lake MetroStat - refers in part to all the statistics tracked by the county to measure progress on health, safety, the economy and public works.
Key life saving statistics are up at Salt Lake County Animal Services: the number of animals being returned to their owners, the number of days an animal spends at the shelter, and the number of animals being released from the shelter.
Salt Lake County Animal Services is proud to announce that it was awarded the Pets for Life Mentorship and Training program grant to provide direct, hands on community outreach in Glendale. The program is sponsored by The Humane Society of the United States and PetSmart Charities®.
Construction for a long-awaited public health center in West Jordan officially broke ground Tuesday.
Midvale City, UT— Salt Lake County’s Lead Safe Housing Program is hosting the free event, “Healthy Homes Day” to give families information to make their homes safer and healthier. The event is on Saturday, May 30th at Copperview Recreation Center.
Statewide non-profit organization Envision Utah wants to hear from you about what you want for the future of Utah.
Community Resources & Development Federal Funding: Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) | Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) | HOME Investment Partnership Grant (HOME) | Social Services Block Grant (SSBG)
Utah State Senator Karen Mayne To Host Two Town Hall Meetings
One of Salt Lake County's beloved community facilities that offers excellent programs to families and kids, is hiring. Discovery Gateway is looking for their Executive Director/CEO.
The Salt Lake County Board of Health has passed Health Regulation #35, Solid Fuel Burning, which prohibits burning coal, wood or pellets in fireplaces or wood burning stoves, and bans outdoor fires. Health department to focus on educating residents this year, enforcing next year
Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams said that Beth Overhuls has accepted the job as the county’s first-ever Chief Information Officer (CIO). She will oversee the county’s Information Services (IS) division and will serve as a member of the mayor’s cabinet.
Mayor Ben McAdams says Kimberly Barnett, current Senior Advisor in his office, has been selected as the new Associate Deputy Mayor. Barnett was selected subject to the advice and consent of the County Council.
Proposals, guidelines & instructions for the programs will be available on the SLCO website. Proposal materials are also available at the County Government Center.
The new pedestrian light is a clear example of what is possible when communities engage with their elected officials to address public safety concerns.
Salt Lake County's reliance on fund balances to pay for substance use disorder prevention and treatment programs has reached a brink, Mayor Ben McAdams says.
Mayor Ben McAdams has selected Sarah Brenna as the new Salt Lake County Department of Administrative Services Director.
The number of Salt Lake County residents age 60 and up is expected to surpass the school-age population by 2033, according to population projections.
Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams says the county has closed on the deal to purchase land on the block behind the Matheson Courthouse for a proposed office building to house the Salt Lake County District Attorney’s staff.
The demolition of Bruce Field is the first step in the transition to a new multipurpose field and playground that is safe, modern and inviting to new families and children.
The Salt Lake County Parks and Recreation Division was recognized and honored Tuesday evening at the annual Utah Recreation and Parks Association awards
Michele Nekota, Director of Salt Lake County Parks and Recreation, has announced her retirement effective March 31, 2014. Nekota retires after 28 years of service with the county; she was named director of the Parks and Recreation division in 2009.
The Aging Services Division has changed its name to Aging and Adult Services.