Salt Lake City

City Seeks Public Input on New Open Space, Parks Signage



July 14, 2014
Contact: Art Raymond

City Seeks Public Input on New Open Space, Parks Signage



SALT LAKE CITY – City residents are invited to review progress on the Salt Lake City Open Space Signage Project at an open house on Wednesday, July 16 from 4:30-7 p.m. in the fourth floor conference room of the Main Salt Lake City Public Library, 210 E. 400 South.


The meeting is a follow-up to the Preliminary Concept Review open house that was held in January, where early design concepts were presented. 


On Wednesday, City officials will unveil the suite of signs for all Salt Lake City open space areas and parks as well as proposed ordinance changes and new signage guidelines. Attendees will have the opportunity to review and comment on the design of, and information provided on, more than 100 individual signs slated for placement at the following open space areas:


          Bonneville Shoreline Preserve

          Bonneville Shoreline Trail

          Ensign Peak

          Hidden Hollow Nature Preserve

          H-Rock Nature Preserve

          Jordan River Parkway

          Miller Park Bird Refuge and Nature Preserve

          Parley's Historic Nature Park and Reserve

          Wasatch Hollow Nature Preserve


All City residents are encouraged to attend this important meeting to provide feedback and ideas to help create the best possible signage for our parks and open spaces.  For more information please visit  or