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Contact Amy Knight at 801-464-6719 for more information. We post all major capital improvements projects on the Utah Public Procurement Portal (JAEGGER).
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Yes! We have several parks right within the city, as well as trails that run through the city, and into our neighboring communities. Learn more at the Parks and Trails webpages.
Each of the following webpages contains a full and updated list of options in and around South Salt Lake:
Parks are maintained by either City and County staff, depending on who owns that park or trail. Most are SSL City parks, except Harmony, James Madison, and General Holm. The Jordan River Trail is overseen by Salt Lake County, while Parley’s Trail, Mill Creek Trail and Meadowbrook Trail are maintained by South Salt Lake.
If you see a non-emergency safety situation or evidence of a crime already committed that would require police attention, please contact Police Dispatch at 801-840-4000 to file a report. The SSL Police Department runs a "Safe Parks Project" to ensure parks remain a safe place for recreational activities.
If you see an emergency situation, please immediately call 911 after moving to safety.
Please report all maintenance issues to the Department of Neighborhoods.
Rent online through the Neighborhoods Department or call the Pavilions Reservation line at 801-483-6021.
The most important contribution residents and visitors can make is following the rules and regulations of park and trail use, and properly disposing of any trash. Stay posted on City News or email Sharen Hauri for volunteering opportunities for our parks and trails.
Our Parks and Facilities teams work within the scope and vision of South Salt Lake's 2015 Master Plan (PDF). Based on this, our goal is to improve the walkability and amenities of our city, provide afterschool resources to our youth, and positively impact property values throughout the area.
Check out the City’s Strategic Mobility Plan (PDF) as well as the WFRC 2019 to 2050 Regional Transportation Plan to see what we have planned for trails throughout the city.
Contact Sharen Hauri at 801-464-6771.