Salt Lake City

Lavender wisteria cascades off of a trellis in the foreground with bright green conifers and other plants in the background.

10 reasons to renew your Red Butte Garden membership

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Red Butte Garden made the difficult decision to cancel its 2020 concert series. But a membership offers much more than just the music.


Student Nkenna Onwuzuruoha lists her favorite short rides in Salt Lake City

Top 5 short bike rides in Salt Lake City

U grad student and three-time SLUG Cat bike race champion Nkenna Onwuzuruoha highlights her favorite rides.


1300 East road construction

Beginning Wednesday, July 25, Salt Lake City Public Utilities will start construction on 1300 East between 1300 South and 2100 South.


SLC AFTER DARK

Student startup The Society has a foray of fun Salt Lake City nightlife options and offers.


GIVE YOUR THOUGHTS ON FOOTHILL DRIVE

The Foothill Drive Implementation Strategy project team wants to hear from the University of Utah community on ideas for improvements to Foothill Drive.


FOOTHILL DRIVE

A newly completed plan will identify short and long term strategies for traffic congestion, neighborhood connections, safety and transportation options.


URBAN SPRAWL, ECONOMIC CRAWL

The U’s Department of City & Metropolitan Planning professor Reid Ewing and his colleagues in Utah, Texas and Louisiana find urban sprawl stunts upward mobility.


Announcements

CALL FOR PARTICIPATION The J. Willard Marriott Library has received a small grant to support the use of open textbooks and seeks qualified reviewers. The textbooks to be reviewed are available from the Open Textbook Library. Subject areas that need reviews include general chemistry, human anatomy and physiology, principles of biology, survey of accounting and […]


SALT LAKE TRIBUTE

Former U professor Nan Ellin expresses her love for the city in a tribute letter to Salt Lake as she leaves to pursue a job in Texas.