Facilitated, small-group neighborhood meetings; public open house; City Council briefings and reporting.
Update architectural designs and prepare detailed engineering designs; keep neighborhood residents updated and seek feedback on architectural designs; procure construction services.
Notify neighborhood residents about construction schedule; begin construction, provide residents with regular construction updates.
September 2019 - February 2020
February 2020 - August 2020
July 2017: SLCDPU engineer assigned the project.
Fall 2017: First architectural renderings and conceptual plans developed.
July 2018: Presentation to Greater Avenues Community Council and Capitol Hills Neighborhood Council.
August 2018: Public open house at City and County Building.
September 2018: Historic Landmarks Commission work session.
October 2018: Presentation to Greater Avenues Community Council.
October–December 2018: Resident engagement to answer questions and work to reduce project footprint.
November 2018: Hansen, Allen and Luce, an engineering firm, hired to conduct a feasibility study and well analysis.
December 2018: Public open house at Marmalade Library and meeting with City Urban Forestry Department to
discuss tree preservation.
January 2019: Presentation to Greater Avenues Community Council about design updates and revised planning application.
March 2019: Historic Landmarks Commission work session.
April 2019: Hansen, Allen and Luce feasibility study and analysis completed.
May 2019: Public open house onsite at 4th Avenue Well; resubmit planning application with revised design.
June 2019: Historic Landmarks Commission public hearing.
September 2019: Urban Forester assesses tree roots surrounding well site.
October 2019: Additional solutions identified to address community concerns. Facilitated neighborhood working group meeting held.