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Public Hearings

Notice of Public Hearing and Review Regarding EPA Grant Funds

PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a draft grant application to the Environmental Protection Agency to obtain $475,300 in Brownfields funding for environmental cleanup of a property located at 22 South Jeremy Street, Salt Lake City, Utah, will be available for review until November 16, 2022. A pubic hearing was held on Wednesday, November 9, 2022 regarding this grant application. A recording of that meeting is viewable here. 

The property is located along a segment of the new Folsom Corridor Trail within the Salt Lake City Redevelopment Agency’s (RDA’s) North Temple Project Area. Salt Lake City proposes to reuse the property to begin establishing trail-oriented and affordable commercial space for nonprofits and local, independent businesses as part of the revitalization strategy for the area.

Past uses at and near the property have resulted in releases of hexavalent chromium and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) that have impacted the soil and groundwater in portions of the property.  A cleanup plan, referred to as the Analysis of Brownfield Cleanup Alternatives (ABCA), has been developed for the property that is appropriate for the planned use.

The ABCA and draft grant application are available for review here:

ABCA

Draft Application

They are also both available in the RDA offices at 451 S. State Street, #118 and at www.slcrda.com and the City Recorder’s Office Public Notices website at https://www.slc.gov/attorney/public-notices.

For more information or to give comments on the draft grant application and ABCA, please contact the following:

Cara Lindsley, P.E.
Deputy Director
Redevelopment Agency of Salt Lake City
Salt Lake City Corporation
801-535-7257
Cara.Lindsley@slcgov.com

 

BOD

Board of Directors

The Board of Directors (Board) of the RDA is comprised of the members of the City Council of Salt Lake City; a formal Board list is here. The Board is given policy-making authority for the RDA, while the Mayor serves as the Executive Director. Board meetings are typically held monthly on a Tuesday at 2 p.m. The scheduled 2023 RDA Board meetings are as follows: January 10, February 14, March 14, April 11, May 9, June 13, July 11, August 8, September 12, October 10, November 14, and December 12. Please note that these meeting dates are subject to change and this page will be updated accordingly.

To contact a Board member, please send an email or call 801-535-7240.

Agendas are posted publicly on the front page of this website and the City Council’s Meeting Portal at least 24 hours prior to the meeting start time. Thereafter, those agendas, meeting materials, recordings, and minutes are archived with the City Recorder’s Office. Ordinances and resolutions passed by the RDA Board can be found here.

**For meeting materials and resolutions from 2016-2020, please visit the City Recorder’s Infobase site.

RAC

Redevelopment Advisory Committee

The Redevelopment Advisory Committee (RAC) is comprised of members appointed by the Mayor and the Board who fulfill expertise classifications such as, but not limited to: finance, construction, law, architecture, planning, and real estate. Their purpose is to advise the Board concerning the RDA’s redevelopment programs, activities, and project areas. RAC typically conducts monthly meetings on the first Wednesday of each month at 4 p.m. in the City & County Building at 451 South State Street, Room 335, Salt Lake City, Utah. Please check our website for updates as to when these meetings will occur, as they are not necessarily held every month.

Each monthly agenda will be posted in accordance with Utah Law on the State of Utah Public Notice Website.

RAC members are citizen volunteers who serve 4-year terms. A list of current members is here, with additional information here. If you would like to serve as a member of the RAC, please submit an application here.

To contact a RAC member, please send an email or call 801-535-7240.

As of 2021, all RAC agendas, meeting minutes, materials, and any available recordings will be archived here.

To see the committee’s annual agenda, click here.

FC

Finance Committee

The purpose of the RDA Finance Committee is to provide recommendations to the RDA’s Board of Directors regarding loan applications, tax increment reimbursement agreements, and land write-downs. The Committee is comprised of seven voting members professionally versed in areas like, but not limited to, law, architecture, urban design, construction, and accounting. As cited in the Committee’s by-laws, of the seven voting members, five must be City employees, and two must be members of the RDA’s Redevelopment Advisory Committee. It is anticipated that each member will serve a 2-year term. The committee makeup is as follows:

  • SLC RDA Director, or designee
  • SLC Economic Development Director, or designee
  • SLC Director of the Department of Finance and Accounting, or designee
  • SLC Director of the Department of Community and Neighborhoods, or designee
  • SLC Director of the Division of Housing Stability, or designee
  • Two members of the Redevelopment Advisory Committee

A list of current members can be found here.

Finance Committee meetings are typically held on the third Wednesday of every month at 2 p.m. in the City & County Building at 451 South State Street, Room 126, Salt Lake City, Utah. Please check our website for updates regarding when these meetings will occur, as dates and times are subject to change.

Each monthly agenda will be posted in accordance with Utah Law on the State of Utah Public Notice Website

As of 2022, all Finance Committee agendas, meeting minutes, materials, and any available recordings will be archived here. To contact a member of the RDA’s Finance Committee, please send an email to rda@slcgov.com or call 801-535-7240.