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URBAN LIVABILITY DEPARTMENT

The Urban Livability Department handles code enforcement, animal services, and several other urban improvement programs throughout South Salt Lake. Our efforts have helped create a city that is inviting to new business developers, as well as a safe and attractive home for our many residents. Our department is run by a small and dedicated team of personnel, well-qualified to take on the challenges of this job.

What We Do

Our department takes a proactive approach to several known and ongoing challenges and improvement opportunities throughout South Salt Lake. Since the department was established (2010), we have split into four central divisions:

  1. Animal Services

  2. Code Enforcement

  3. Community Connection

  4. Graffiti Prevention

Each of these divisions does its part to resolve issues around our city and to improve the quality of life for current and future residents and business owners.

In addition to these services, our department also oversees the Utility Box Art Program, where local artists add beautiful art to utility boxes scattered throughout South Salt Lake.

FAQs:

Who can I contact for help adding trees to my yard?

Our Community Connection Program provides free tree planting in front yards throughout SSL. Contact Vedad Lelo at 801.464.6712 / vlelo@sslc.com to get your application today!

How can I show my art around the community?

If you would like to have your art featured on one of the City’s utility boxes, please read the submission requirements on our webpage, then submit your proposal and artist contract to:

SSL Urban Livability Department

220 East Morris Avenue, Ste. 200

SSL, UT  84115 

The SSL Arts Council also runs its annual Mural Fest, where local artists can create murals on empty building space each year. See their website for more details.

Where can I find out what is allowed in my yard?

Our Code Enforcement webpage provides information on what constitutes a code violation, and some of the most common violations. Residents are expected to maintain their properties and remain in compliance with city and municipal codes.

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Urban Livability

Antoinette Evans
Urban Livability Director

220 East Morris Ave, 3rd Floor
South Salt Lake, UT 84115

Office Hours
Monday – Friday
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

O 801-464-6712
F 801-483-6003
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