About the Plan


Plan Salt Lake is Salt Lake City’s new comprehensive plan. It will be the vision document for Salt Lake City. Besides the vision for the City, the plan will include policy statements ranging from many planning topics. These policies are city-wide and not limited to specific areas.
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The Logo


The black lines of the logo represent each of the nine planning communities within Salt Lake City: Capitol Hill, City Creek, Avenues, East Bench, Sugar House, Central Community, West Salt Lake, Northwest Quadrant and Northwest.
They radiate from a central point, the historic center of Salt Lake City, Downtown. The blue circle represents Salt Lake City as a whole as it connects the separate planning communities. Plan Salt Lake is the plan to tie all the community master plans together.
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Public Comment Report
From May to October 2012, Plan Salt Lake attended 24 events to get feedback from Salt Lake City residents on what they want their city to look like in 20 years. From those events, we gathered 1,800 comments. We also heard from people through our website, Facebook page and the new Textizen survey. Find out what we heard by checking out our Public Comment Report here.

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