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Salt Lake City Mayor Biskupski proposes eliminating bicycle licensing fee - April 3rd, 2018
Salt Lake City bicyclists could soon be able to register their bikes online and for free.
Salt Lake City seeking input about which low-income communities should receive federal development incentives - March 30th, 2018
Salt Lake City is asking the public to provide input about which low-income census tracts should be considered for federal incentives to spur economic development.
Research shows Salt Lake City development loans are fueling new businesses for women, minorities and low-income entrepreneurs - March 30th, 2018
New research shows a large number of underrepresented business owners are getting significant support from Salt Lake City’s Economic Development Fund (EDLF).
Salt Lake City education advisor honored for overcoming obstacles to help other students - March 29th, 2018
Salt Lake City Senior Education Advisor Angela Doan was honored today by the multi-state education organization ASPIRE with the Utah Trio Achiever Award.
Salt Lake City Seeks Feedback on Sales Tax and Bond Proposal - March 28th, 2018
Mayor Biskupski and the Salt Lake City Council are seeking resident feedback to better understand public perceptions of City service needs and potential funding mechanisms.
Salt Lake City’s Foreign-Trade Zone #30 receives new Alternative Site Framework status – makes joining FTZ easier for Utah businesses - March 27th, 2018
The Salt Lake City Corporation is pleased to announce it has entered its Foreign-Trade Zone (FTZ) to the Alternative Site Framework (ASF).
Salt Lake City starts consumer financial protection initiative - March 26th, 2018
Salt Lake City is launching a Consumer Financial Protection Initiative to strengthen consumer rights and protect residents from predatory financial practices.
Salt Lake City bartenders opens first-of-its-kind arcade bar - March 21st, 2018
A Salt Lake City couple who work as bartenders had a dream where you could play Space Invaders and order a Sangria or play pinball and request a pint.
Salt Lake City to participate in public fleet auction - March 21st, 2018
Salt Lake City will participate in the first quarterly fleet auction of 2018 beginning at 8:00 a.m. on Saturday, March 24 at 2353 North Redwood Road.
National land use expert panel descends on Salt Lake City for analysis of factors impacting housing affordability - March 19th, 2018
This week, Salt Lake City is the site of an intensive land use analysis of how zoning rules and development review processes impact development of affordable housing.

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