Welcome!

The Yalecrest Neighborhood Council, made up of community members within the boundaries between 1300 East and 1900 East and between 1300 South and Sunnyside Avenue (800 South), meets regularly to involve citizens in identifying and addressing issues, plans and projects that will have an impact within our neighborhood or surrounding areas.

The purpose of the Yalecrest Neighborhood Council is to:

  • Promote a positive cultural and physical environment that aids the community members in obtaining a meaningful geographic identity
  • Encourage positive relationships among members of the community
  • Pursue other objectives that are beneficial to residents of the Yalecrest Neighborhood

UPCOMING MEETING

Wednesday, September 6th
Meet & Mingle 6:00-6:30 – Gather with your neighbors and guests for conversation and light food
6:30pm – Presentations for National Preparedness Month: University of Utah Stop the Bleed program; Zach Robinson MPA, EMT-P, is the Trauma Outreach/Injury Prevention Coordinator at University of Utah Hospital. Follow him on Twitter @UofUtrauma

The Trauma Program at University of Utah Health, alongside the American College of Surgeons Committee on Trauma is leading the effort to save lives by teaching the civilian population to provide vital initial response to stop uncontrolled bleeding in emergency situations. This will be accomplished by the development of a comprehensive and sustainable bleeding control education and information program targeted to civilians that will inform, educate and empower not only the population of Utah, but the 300+million citizens of the United States.

Carmen B. Pingree School


CURRENT CITY PROJECTS AFFECTING YALECREST

700 South 1600 East PCE Plume Super Fund Site

Growing Salt Lake: A Five Year Housing Plan 2017-2021
The plan is intended to establish Salt Lake City as a place where a growing, diverse population can find housing opportunities that are safe, secure, and enrich lives and communities.
This Plan will help address the root causes of affordability, create long-term solutions for increasing needed housing supply, and expand opportunities throughout the City. Please let the City know what you think about the goals, objectives, and solutions outlined in the Plan.

Foothill Drive Implementation Strategy
The Foothill Drive Implementation Strategy will identify ways address traffic congestion, improve neighborhood connections, enhance safety, and provide transportation options.

This project is a partnership among Salt Lake City, UDOT, UTA, Salt Lake County, University of Utah, and Wasatch Front Regional Council.