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.
Food safety is especially important when helping vulnerable populations.
Three bats found in downtown SLC have tested positive for rabies.
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.
Though most people are focused on Zika this season, WNV is more of a threat to Utahns.
The Salt Lake County Health Department (SLCoHD) announced today that a county resident infected with Zika virus died in late June.
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.
Health department touts that local swimming pools are healthier than national average
Case highlights need for travelers to protect themselves from mosquitoes.
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.
Organizers of Food Design 2016 say, “The opposite of hungry isn’t full, it’s healthy.”
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.
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.
Health officials remind residents that it’s not too late this season to get a flu shot.
The Salt Lake County Health Department announced today a new partnership with Tesoro Foundation and local auto repair businesses that will expand the county’s one-year-old Vehicle Repair Assistance Program (VRAP).