The Yalecrest Neighborhood Council helps promote a safe and vibrant community in this historic neighborhood
with its iconic architecture, tree-lined streets and parks. We act as a forum for residents
to voice their opinions about issues vital to the community and to engage in activities, projects and causes that reflect Yalecrest’s vitality.
YNC meetings are typically held the second Thursday monthly at 6:30 p.m.
Friends: We look forward to seeing you at Thursday’s YNC meeting, June 8, at Anderson-Foothill Library, 6:30 p.m. 1035 South 2100 East. It will also be offered via ZOOM as we’re trying out our new webcam. Let us know how you intend to attend. The ZOOM link is here. Here’s the agenda:
Welcome: Jan Hemming, YNC Chair
Community Announcement: Amy Redd, Organizer, Stars and Stripes Fourth of July Parade in Yalecrest
YNC Bylaws Update: Robin Carbaugh. Former YNC Chair
Presentation: Laura Briefer, SLC Public Utilities Director
– “All Things Water”
– How SLC dodged flooding disaster
– New water rate increases
– Water conservation tips
– SLC’s water quality
– New water treatment plant
– Questions: From audience
Det. Sam Fallows, SLCPD
City Councilman Dan Dugan
Hannah Barton, Liaison, Mayor’s Office
YNC Board: Janet (Jan) Hemming, Chair, Josh Stewart and James Payor, Co-Vice Chairs; Tom Lund, Secretary, Jennifer Evans, Treasurer, and At-Large, Marguerite Henderson and Eric Dyer.
Think about becoming a sponsor of the annual Yalecrest Fourth of July Parade. Organizer Amy Redd and her Stars and Stripes parade committee put on one of the best neighborhood celebrations in the state. It’s largely a grass roots effort and your support is critical. Please contribute any way you can. Contact Amy at firstname.lastname@example.org or through Instagram at @paradesatthepark. Let’s all step up to make this the grandest Fourth of July event ever.
Join the “Friends of Miller Park
In the 1980s, Yalecrest formed the Miller Park Committee, a citizens oversight group. Based on comments as well as suggestions received from Yalecrest residents, the YNC is re-creating the spirit of that early group and formed the “Friends of Miller Park.” The committee is charged with maintaining the historical and environmental integrity of Miller Bird Refuge and Nature Park. This is accomplished through public awareness, occasional clean-up projects, bird watching, vegetation and tree plantings, and educational outings in the park.