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The Government Records Access and Management Act (GRAMA) was established by the State of Utah to set statutory standards in the maintenance and handling of governmental records. You may download a GRAMA Request form (PDF); complete it and submit to the Recorder's Office for processing:220 E Morris AvenueNumber 200South Salt Lake, UT 84115
Residents must complete and submit a Special Event Request form to the City Recorder ten days before any advertising of their event commences. The City Recorder will notify the applicant of approval or disapproval within seven calendar days. The City Recorder coordinates any special services requested for the event, such as law enforcement. Download a Special Event Form.
No, those records are handled by their own departments. For more information, contact the Fire Department and/or South Salt Lake Police Department.
City code can be complex and proper research can help prevent frustration. Start by reviewing the municipal code - you can search by topic. You can also call or email the Community Development department or visit the counter in person.
For more complex projects, the city offers predevelopment consultation meetings (PDF), and applicants should prepare detailed information about their property and project.
The city zoning is a designation given to every parcel in the city to define what is desired for that neighborhood and the rules for development and land uses in it. The city ordinances set these legal requirements.
The Planning Commission works with the Community Development Department to develop and approve master plans, and review and advise on development projects. Their role is to shape policies, advise on decisions and make recommendations to the City Council, who is the city's legislative body.
Any citizen can make a Government Records Access and Management Act (GRAMA) to get more information about a project or decision. GRAMA requests are managed by the City Recorder's office.
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No. All City employee payroll is handled by the Finance Department.
Applicants must include a resume and cover letter with their application, as well as proof of any certifications or licenses required to complete the job.
The City of South Salt Lake offers full-time employees a comprehensive benefits package, which includes vacation time, sick time, paid holidays, health, dental, life, short-term disability, long-term disability, retirement, etc., which the City pays the premium in full or a portion thereof.
The Utah Courts’ Self-Help Center provides assistance to those who do not have legal counsel. You can reach them at 888-683-0009 or visit the Utah Courts website.
Residents threatened with an eviction in Salt Lake County can dial 801-359-2444 or 801-359-4142. In addition, homeless families taking the steps to stabilize their situation and need help with rehousing can also call for assistance.
Yes. If you need an interpreter you must contact the court at 801-483-6072 to make that request.
No. Divorce cases must be filed in the District Court in the county where the residency requirement is met.
You can file a petition at the district court in the county where you live, in the county where the abuser lives, or in the county where the abuse took place.
No. Landlord/renter disputes are handled by the Salt Lake County Justice Court.
Under Title 17c of the Utah Code, the Redevelopment Agency is a separate, distinct legal entity from the City. However, the RDA shares the same leadership management as the City government.
Tax Increment Financing is the primary source of revenue that the Redevelopment Agency has to offer. There are other programs available through the State of Utah and various federal agencies, such as Housing and Urban Development and the Department of Commerce, that are commonly pursued for additional funding.
The RDA meets on the same scheduled dates as the City Council, in a separate meeting with a separate agenda. Typically the meeting is before the regular City Council meeting.