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01/19/2021 - Formal Meeting - Meeting MaterialsSALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL AGENDA FORMAL MEETING January 19,2021 Tuesday 7:00 PM This meeting will be an electronic meeting pursuant to the Salt Lake City Emergency Proclamation. SLCCouncil.com CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS: Amy Fowler,Chair District 7 James Rogers,Vice Chair District 1 Andrew Johnston District 2 Chris Wharton District 3 Ana Valdemoros District 4 Darin Mano District 5 Dan Dugan District 6 Generated:13:01:56 This meeting will be an electronic meeting pursuant to the Chair’s determination that conducting the City Council meeting at a physical location presents a substantial risk to the health and safety of those who may be present at the anchor location. The Salt Lake City Council Chair has determined that conducting a meeting at an anchor location under the current state of public health emergency constitutes a substantial risk to the health and safety of those who may attend in person.For these reasons,the Council Meeting will not have a physical location at the City and County Building and all attendees will connect remotely. 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As always,if you would like to provide feedback or comment,please call us or send us an email: •24-Hour comment line:801-535-7654 •council.comments@slcgov.com More info and resources can be found at:www.slc.gov/council/contact-us/ Upcoming meetings and meeting information can be found here:www.slc.gov/council/agendas/ Based on feedback we have received,we will be going back to our regular Formal Meeting format.Public hearings will be heard in the order on the agenda followed by a general comment session later in the meeting. Please note:Dates not identified in the FYI -Project Timeline are either not applicable or not yet determined. WELCOME AND PUBLIC MEETING RULES A.OPENING CEREMONY: 1.Council Member Amy Fowler will conduct the formal meetings. 2.Pledge of Allegiance. 3.Welcome and Public Meeting Rules. 4.The Council will approve the work session meeting minutes of Tuesday,May 5, 2020;Tuesday,June 11,2020;Tuesday,July 7,2020;and Tuesday,August 11, 2020 as well as the formal meeting minutes of Tuesday,December 8,2020 and the special formal meeting minutes of Friday,December 11,2020. B.PUBLIC HEARINGS: Items B1-B3 will be heard as one hearing 1.Grant Application:2021 Jurisdictions with Halfway Houses and Parole Violator Centers Grant The Council will accept public comment for a grant application request from the Salt Lake City Police Department to the State of Utah’s Commission of Criminal and Juvenile Justice.If awarded,the funding would be used for overtime for targeted enforcement operations,mental health team deployments,and patrol shifts. FYI –Project Timeline:(subject to change per Chair direction or Council discussion) Briefing -n/a Set Public Hearing Date -n/a Hold hearing to accept public comment -Tuesday,January 19,2021 at 7 p.m. TENTATIVE Council Action -n/a Staff Recommendation -Close and refer to future consent agenda. 2.Grant Application:Fiscal Year 2020 Paul Coverdell Forensic Science Improvement Grant The Council will accept public comment for a grant application request from the Salt Lake City Police Department to the Utah Department of Public Safety’s Bureau of Forensic Services.If awarded,the funding would be used for the Police Department’s Crime Laboratory accreditation assessment fee and the annual accreditation fee. FYI –Project Timeline:(subject to change per Chair direction or Council discussion) Briefing -n/a Set Public Hearing Date -n/a Hold hearing to accept public comment -Tuesday,January 19,2021 at 7 p.m. TENTATIVE Council Action -n/a Staff Recommendation -Close and refer to future consent agenda. 3.Grant Application:Fiscal Year 2021 Jordan River Vegetation Improvement Grants –2100 South Oxbow Restoration Phase 1 The Council will accept public comment for a grant application request from the Parks and Public Lands Division and Trails and Natural Lands Division of the Department of Public Services.If awarded,the funds would support a multi-year effort to restore the 2100 South Oxbow property.Currently,the 2.5 acre property is a vacant field and consists of several varieties of noxious weeds.The focus of these efforts would be weed control and planting native vegetation. FYI –Project Timeline:(subject to change per Chair direction or Council discussion) Briefing -n/a Set Public Hearing Date -n/a Hold hearing to accept public comment -Tuesday,January 19,2021 at 7 p.m. TENTATIVE Council Action -n/a Staff Recommendation -Close and refer to future consent agenda. 4.Ordinance:Amendment to Require Notice for Permits to Work in the Public Way The Council will accept public comment and consider adopting an ordinance that would require permit holders to provide notice to property owners whose properties are adjacent to above-ground work that will be performed in the public way.The key changes would require: •Evidence that notice was provided to all property owners whose properties are adjacent to the portion of the public way where the work is being performed. •Notice that includes the name of the permit holder performing the construction,the purpose of the construction,and a contact phone number and email for the permit holder. FYI –Project Timeline:(subject to change per Chair direction or Council discussion) Briefing -Tuesday,January 12,2021 Set Public Hearing Date -Tuesday,December 8,2020 Hold hearing to accept public comment -Tuesday,January 19,2021 at 7 p.m. TENTATIVE Council Action -TBD Staff Recommendation -Refer to motion sheet(s). 5.Ordinance:Budget Amendment No.6 for Fiscal Year 2020-21 The Council will accept public comment and consider adopting an ordinance that would amend the final budget of Salt Lake City,including the employment staffing document,for Fiscal Year 2020-21.Budget amendments happen several times each year to reflect adjustments to the City’s budgets,including proposed project additions and modifications.The proposal includes funding to cover cost increases to turn the historic Fisher Mansion Carriage House into a recreation hub,create a redevelopment plan for the former Glendale Waterpark,for the temporary emergency winter shelter at the Airport Inn,and to review Police Department staffing needs and changes,among other changes. FYI –Project Timeline:(subject to change per Chair direction or Council discussion) Briefing -Tuesday,January 5,2021 and Tuesday,January 12,2021 Set Public Hearing Date -Tuesday,December 8,2020 Hold hearing to accept public comment -Tuesday,January 5,2021 and Tuesday, January 19,2021 at 7 p.m. TENTATIVE Council Action -TBD Staff Recommendation -Refer to motion sheet(s). C.POTENTIAL ACTION ITEMS: NONE. D.COMMENTS: 1.Questions to the Mayor from the City Council. 2.Comments to the City Council.(Comments are taken on any item not scheduled for a public hearing,as well as on any other City business.Comments are limited to two minutes.) E.NEW BUSINESS: 1.Resolution:Bond Authorizing the Establishment of Short-term borrowing program for the Benefit of the Department of Airports The Council will consider adopting a bond resolution authorizing the establishment of a short-term borrowing program for the benefit of the Department of Airports through the issuance and/or incurrence of the aforementioned Revolving Obligations,from time to time,which may be outstanding at any one time in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $300,000,000,approving the revolving line of credit to be provided by JPMorgan Chase,National Association,and giving authority to certain officers to approve the final terms and provisions of and confirm the issuance and/or incurrence of the Revolving Obligations,from time to time,within certain parameters set forth in the attached Bond Resolution. FYI –Project Timeline:(subject to change per Chair direction or Council discussion) Briefing -Tuesday,January 19,2021 Set Public Hearing Date -Tuesday,January 19,2021 Hold hearing to accept public comment -Tuesday,February 16,2021 at 7 p.m. TENTATIVE Council Action -Tuesday,January 19,2021 Staff Recommendation -Refer to motion sheet(s). F.UNFINISHED BUSINESS: NONE. G.CONSENT: 1.Ordinance:West End Alley Vacation (Adjacent to Properties Located at 740 West and 746 West 900 South) The Council will set the date of Tuesday,March 2,2021 at 7 p.m.to accept public comment and consider adopting an ordinance that would close a small portion of a City-owned alley at approximately 740 West and 746 West 900 South.This is not a request to vacate the entire alley.The proposal would allow the petitioner to square off the southwestern corner of his property for a proposed future multi- family residential and commercial development.The closure will not impact traffic or access.Petition No.:PLNPCM2020-00268 FYI –Project Timeline:(subject to change per Chair direction or Council discussion) Briefing -Tuesday,January 19,2021 Set Public Hearing Date -Tuesday,January 19,2021 Hold hearing to accept public comment -Tuesday,March 2,2021 at 7 p.m. TENTATIVE Council Action -Tuesday,March 16,2021 Staff Recommendation -Set date. 2.Resolution:Bond Authorizing the Establishment of Short-term Borrowing Program for the Benefit of the Department of Airports The Council will set the date of Tuesday,February 16,2021 at 7 p.m.to accept public comment about a bond resolution authorizing the establishment of a short- term borrowing program for the benefit of the Department of Airports through the issuance and/or incurrence of the aforementioned Revolving Obligations,from time to time,which may be outstanding at any one time in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $300,000,000,approving the revolving line of credit to be provided by JPMorgan Chase,National Association,and giving authority to certain officers to approve the final terms and provisions of and confirm the issuance and/or incurrence of the Revolving Obligations,from time to time,within certain parameters set forth in the attached Bond Resolution. FYI –Project Timeline:(subject to change per Chair direction or Council discussion) Briefing -Tuesday,January 19,2021 Set Public Hearing Date -Tuesday,January 19,2021 Hold hearing to accept public comment -Tuesday,February 16,2021 at 7 p.m. TENTATIVE Council Action -Tuesday,January 19,2021 Staff Recommendation -Set date. 3.Grant Holding Account Items (Batch No.3)Associated with Budget Amendment No.6 for Fiscal Year 2020-21 The Council will consider approving Grant Holding Account Items (Batch No.3) for Fiscal Year 2020-21 Associated with Budget Amendment No.6. FYI –Project Timeline:(subject to change per Chair direction or Council discussion) Briefing -n/a Set Public Hearing Date -n/a Hold hearing to accept public comment -n/a TENTATIVE Council Action -Tuesday,January 19,2021 Staff Recommendation -Approve. 4.Board Appointment:Parks,Natural Lands,Urban Forestry,and Trails (PNUT)Advisory Board –Ginger Cannon The Council will consider approving the appointment of Ginger Cannon to the PNUT Board for a term ending January 19,2024. FYI –Project Timeline:(subject to change per Chair direction or Council discussion) Briefing -Tuesday,January 19,2021 Set Public Hearing Date -n/a Hold hearing to accept public comment -n/a TENTATIVE Council Action -Tuesday,January 19,2021 Staff Recommendation -Approve. 5.Board Appointment:Cultural Core Budget Committee –Durga Ekambaram The Council will consider approving the appointment of Durga Ekambaram to the Cultural Core Budget Committee for a term ending January 19,2025 FYI –Project Timeline:(subject to change per Chair direction or Council discussion) Briefing -Tuesday,January 19,2021 Set Public Hearing Date -n/a Hold hearing to accept public comment -n/a TENTATIVE Council Action -Tuesday,January 19,2021 Staff Recommendation -Approve. 6.Board Appointment:Bicycle Advisory Committee –Stewart Soleman The Council will consider approving the appointment of Stewart Soleman to the Bicycle Advisory Committee for a term ending January 19,2024. FYI –Project Timeline:(subject to change per Chair direction or Council discussion) Briefing -Tuesday,January 19,2021 Set Public Hearing Date -n/a Hold hearing to accept public comment -n/a TENTATIVE Council Action -Tuesday,January 19,2021 Staff Recommendation -Approve. 7.Board Appointment:Arts Council Board –Sonali Loomba The Council will consider approving the appointment of Sonali Loomba to the Arts Council Board for a term ending January 19,2024. FYI –Project Timeline:(subject to change per Chair direction or Council discussion) Briefing -Tuesday,January 19,2021 Set Public Hearing Date -n/a Hold hearing to accept public comment -n/a TENTATIVE Council Action -Tuesday,January 19,2021 Staff Recommendation -Approve. 8.Board Appointment:Arts Council Board –Nico Dicou The Council will consider approving the appointment of Nico Dicou to the Arts Council Board for a term ending January 19,2024. FYI –Project Timeline:(subject to change per Chair direction or Council discussion) Briefing -Tuesday,January 19,2021 Set Public Hearing Date -n/a Hold hearing to accept public comment -n/a TENTATIVE Council Action -Tuesday,January 19,2021 Staff Recommendation -Approve. H.ADJOURNMENT: CERTIFICATE OF POSTING On or before 5:00 p.m.on _____________________,the undersigned,duly appointed City Recorder,does hereby certify that the above notice and agenda was (1)posted on the Utah Public Notice Website created under Utah Code Section 63F-1-701,and (2)a copy of the foregoing provided to The Salt Lake Tribune and/or the Deseret News and to a local media correspondent and any others who have indicated interest. CINDY LOU TRISHMAN SALT LAKE CITY RECORDER Final action may be taken in relation to any topic listed on the agenda,including but not limited to adoption,rejection,amendment,addition of conditions and variations of options discussed. People with disabilities may make requests for reasonable accommodation,which may include alternate formats,interpreters,and other auxiliary aids and services.Please make requests at least two business days in advance.To make a request,please contact the City Council Office at council.comments@slcgov.com,801-535-7600,or relay service 711. MINUTES OF THE SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL WORK SESSION MEETING TUESDAY, MAY 5, 2020 20 - 1 The City Council met in Work Session on Tuesday, May 5, 2020, in an Electronic Meeting, pursuant to the Chair’s determination and Salt Lake City Emergency Proclamation No. 2 of 2020(2)(b). In Attendance: Council Members Chris Wharton, James Rogers, Andrew Johnston, Amy Fowler, Analia Valdemoros, Daniel Dugan, and Darin Mano. Staff in Attendance: Cindy Gust-Jenson, Council Executive Director; Jennifer Bruno, Council Executive Deputy Director; Erin Mendenhall, Mayor; Rachel Otto, Mayor’s Chief of Staff; Katherine Lewis, City Attorney; Allison Rowland, Council Public Policy Analyst; Joe Taylor, Transportation Planner; Sam Owen, Council Policy Analyst; Lisa McCarver, Finance Director of Revenue & Collections; Julianne Sabula, Transportation Transit Program Manager; Vicki Bennett, Sustainability Director; Jonathan Larsen, Transportation Director; Russell Weeks, Council Senior Advisor; Jaysen Oldroyd, Senior City Attorney; Lehua Weaver, Council Associate Deputy Director; Cindy Lou Trishman, Council Administrative Assistant; Lisa Shaffer, Mayor’s Deputy Chief of Staff, Jennifer McGrath, Community and Neighborhoods Deputy Director; Pamela Lofgren, Emergency Management Program Director; and Scott Crandall, Deputy City Recorder. Guests in Attendance: Jenny Wilson, Salt Lake County Mayor; Gary Edwards, Director of Salt Lake County Health Department; Mike DeVries, Metropolitan Water District (MWD) General Manager; and Tom Godfrey, MWD Board of Trustees Chair. Councilmember Wharton presided at and conducted the meeting. The meeting was called to order at 3:04 p.m. AGENDA ITEMS #1.3:06:48 PM RECEIVE AN UPDATE FROM THE ADMINISTRATION ABOUT THE MAYOR’S RECENT EMERGENCY DECLARATIONS RELATING TO COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS) AND THE MARCH 18TH EARTHQUAKE IN THE SALT LAKE VALLEY. As part of the update, the Council may discuss public health and other public safety, policy and budget issues stemming from the emergency declarations. The Council may also receive information or updates from organizations or experts related to the emergency responses and coordination, including but not limited, earthquake damage to the City, the functioning of the MINUTES OF THE SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL WORK SESSION MEETING TUESDAY, MAY 5, 2020 20 - 2 Emergency Operations Center (EOC), City response and aid, and the status of City buildings. View Attachments Mayor Mendenhall briefed the Council regarding the following: • Extension of the Emergency Declaration (with Salt Lake City remaining in the red status). • Homeless resource centers testing on a varying basis (dependent on each center; persons having self-declared and/or accurately reporting symptoms). • Community mask drive resulting in 2,100 masks. • Food support distribution beginning within the Salt Lake City school district with authorization for City employees to participate. • Weekly public service announcement (PSA) videos regarding testing and COVID-19 pandemic status were being produced and released in varying languages to reach all communities. • Mayor Mendenhall holding a Ask Me Anything (AMA) event on Facebook organized by Housing and Neighborhood Development (HAND) in coordination with various City partners, answering questions regarding eviction moratorium, varying housing assistance, etc. • Rapid Response report update (regarding housing needs due to the COVID-19 pandemic) provided by Kem C. Gardner Institute. • Identification of several available funding sources to aid renters/homeowners, including an associated timeline. (Utilizing $1.1 million from Housing Trust Fund (HTF); $750,000 for rent assistance, $250,000 for mortgage assistance, and $100,000 for Rapid Rehousing.) Vicki Bennett briefed the Council regarding Proclamation 8 (benchmarking ordinance for owners of large buildings, measuring energy use), and the requirement being for buildings of 25,000 square feet or greater, with the deadline for submission updated from May 1st to July 1st. Rachel Otto and Katherine Lewis briefed the Council regarding an update and review of County/State actions taken for COVID-19 response, Senate Bill (SB) 3004 COVID-19 Health and Economic Response Act impacting local actions and abilities by superseding local ordinance, no further restrictive orders being issued at this time, enforcement continuing to be a discussion with local municipalities while continuing education for social distancing MINUTES OF THE SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL WORK SESSION MEETING TUESDAY, MAY 5, 2020 20 - 3 and mask wearing (Class B misdemeanor for violating provisions of the order). Councilmember Fowler expressed concern regarding restrictions and penalties affecting those who were experiencing homelessness and who may not have access to the necessary tools. She stated appreciation that Salt Lake City was focusing on education and access. Lani Eggertsen-Goff provided information regarding forthcoming funding sources/parameters in conjunction with CARES Act requirements. #2. 3:42:56 PM RECEIVE A BRIEFING ABOUT A PROPOSED RESOLUTION THAT WOULD EXTEND THE MAYOR’S MARCH 10 PROCLAMATION DECLARING A LOCAL EMERGENCY RELATING TO COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS). View Attachments Councilmember Wharton indicated this item was discussed/acknowledged during Item #1. #3. 4:04:25 PM A REPRESENTATIVE FROM THE SALT LAKE COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT HAS BEEN INVITED TO BRIEF THE COUNCIL ON PUBLIC HEALTH ISSUES ASSOCIATED WITH THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC. Mayor Wilson and Gary Edwards briefed the Council regarding public health issues and questions associated with the COVID-19 pandemic: • Highest rates of positive tests were from the west side of the City with the neighboring area of West Valley City on the rise. Coordinated efforts to reach members of the community, provide testing, and identify needed resources were a focus of the County Health Department. • Permanent testing located at the Sorenson Center (every Thursday and forthcoming at the State Fairgrounds). • Households with large occupancy levels were of interest to reduce exposure. • Townhall meetings held to address concerns of the communities in relation to small business re-openings such as restaurants and hair salons. (Education on how to ensure the safety of re- opening being a priority.) • Collaboration with existing community leaders to build trust and ensure proper practice of contact/investigative tracing had been an emphasis of the Health Department. Records created MINUTES OF THE SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL WORK SESSION MEETING TUESDAY, MAY 5, 2020 20 - 4 for tracing (protected health record) were used only for information distribution and protection of the community. Councilmember Wharton requested information regarding contact information (for private citizens/community partners wanting to help with the distribution of information), County guidelines for returning to work (particularly for those who are immunocompromised), unemployment benefits, and Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) access for restaurant and personal services industry. He also expressed concern for those returning to a work environment that might be providing less or requiring extensively more work than before due to the safety requirements. Mayor Wilson and Mr. Edwards provided the following responses: • The County Health Department was the streamlined location for assistance information, particularly as the County was centralizing the focus on maintaining economic health and food support • Returning to work for those immunocompromised was not supported by the Governor’s order or the County and for those who were compromised in the home were being informed to follow the Center for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines. • Unemployment related benefits and insurance questions were referred to the Department of Workforce Services. • Chamber of Commerce conducted the coordination of PPE supplies through the Salt Lake Restaurant Association and Utah Restaurant Association. • County Economic Team was striving to manage the circumstances with the restaurants and personal services industry throughout the County; including the consideration of federal funding for employment circumstances. Councilmember Johnston expressed appreciation for the efforts to reach the west side of the City; and concerns of County jail releases with few housing options available. Councilmember Fowler spoke on reintegration resources for those who had been in custody. Mayor Wilson assured resources were being investigated and ensured COVID-19 cases within the jail were being addressed. Additional temporary federally funded enforcement was being addressed (including additional Parks Patrol positions) to MINUTES OF THE SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL WORK SESSION MEETING TUESDAY, MAY 5, 2020 20 - 5 mitigate impact. Criminal justice reform remained a priority for the County, including development of a community center. #4. 3:49:15 PM RECEIVE AN UPDATE FROM TRANSPORTATION DIVISION PLANNERS ON THE GOALS, PRIORITIES, AND FORMAT OF AN UPDATED TRANSPORTATION MASTER PLAN. The Citywide plan would replace the plan adopted in 1996. The update is part of the Division’s process to develop a request for proposals to write the new master plan. View Attachments Russell Weeks, Jonathan Larsen, and Joe Taylor briefed the Council regarding the Transportation Master plan (being an equal companion to the Downtown Plan Salt Lake), and high level/overall goals of the plan: geographic/economic/accessibility equity, sustainability (air quality), and good governance (efficient use of tax funds). Councilmember Mano suggested consideration of the three goals (as outlined from the Transportation Master Plan) be added into Plan Salt Lake, Transit Master plan, and/or other related master plans for correlation. 4:48:07 PM Further discussion was held regarding the integration between Bicycle & Pedestrian/Transit/Transportation Master Plans, as well as integration with local agencies. Julianne Sabula added that additional considerations/significant changes were made to the Bicycle & Pedestrian Master Plan, allowing for additional/upgraded infrastructure for bicycles and pedestrians. #5. 4:52:52 PM RECEIVE A BRIEFING ABOUT A PROPOSED ORDINANCE THAT WOULD REGULATE THE USE OF ELECTRIC SCOOTERS AND OTHER DOCKLESS, SHARED MOBILITY DEVICES IN THE CITY. Currently, dockless scooter companies operate under temporary operating agreements until an ordinance is passed. A draft ordinance was presented to the Council in the fall of 2019. The updated ordinance incorporates some feedback and concerns including additional requirements for safety features, insurance requirement changes, and language to better differentiate between scooters and devices - motorized or otherwise - used by individuals with mobility disabilities, among other changes. View Attachments Sam Owen, Jonathan Larsen, Jaysen Oldroyd, and Jennifer McGrath briefed the Council with attachments. Mr. Owen provided background on the proposed changes to include: MINUTES OF THE SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL WORK SESSION MEETING TUESDAY, MAY 5, 2020 20 - 6 1) Language added to emphasize requirements specifically made for dockless shared mobility operators (not applying to docked shared mobility operators). 2) Insurance requirements adjusted to reflect technicalities related to general liability insurance coverage. 3) Safety feature requirement language added to better differentiate between recreational mobility devices and those used by persons with mobility disabilities. 4) Business license fees related to dockless shared mobility companies. Jonathan Larsen, Jaysen Oldroyd and Lisa McCarver addressed questions from the Council, including: • Request for Proposal (RFP) process would build progress, and ordinance would create a space for a partnership with established expectations between the companies and the City. • Constraints were built around the State ordinance, and liability concerns were addressed with a recent bill adopted to be included in State statute. • Cost analysis anticipating City’s direct costs (not including wear on City roads). • Business licensing fee was the only fee paid at this time due to the pilot period. • Fees addressed in the proposed ordinance provided additional resources for Staff and a third-party vendor for compliance and education. • Parking enforcement was not currently structured to provide enforcement of limiting speed, sidewalk traffic, improperly parked vehicles, and education (which would be better completed by a third-party). • Options for limiting speed, number of scooters, and speed of scooters being outside of the ordinance but within the operating agreement for adaptability. Further clarification on the request from the Council was provided (Council requested information regarding fees, speed, number of scooters, and sidewalk traffic proposed to be addressed in the operating agreement be included in the ordinance). Councilmember Wharton stated the specific list as follows: • Strict enforcement on helmets MINUTES OF THE SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL WORK SESSION MEETING TUESDAY, MAY 5, 2020 20 - 7 • Collection of fees to recoup every and any cost to the City (signs, parking areas, enforcement officers, street painting and wear/tear on City streets) • Promotion of self-regulation of the company • Insurance requirements imposed upon the company • Least amount of time to implement Ms. McGrath said the foundation of the proposed ordinance was to provide a strong base for scooter permissive use, while using the operating agreement for flexibility in various areas of the City. She added that a transition plan to address enforcement following initial enforcement from a third-party service was being considered. Councilmember Johnston raised concerns regarding fees and speed being limited in the ordinance (due to process of ordinance development), and said equity was also a concern if the companies did not receive profit by participation with the City. Mr. Oldroyd stated that helmets were not addressed in the proposed ordinance, speed would be addressed with the scooter speed capability and signage, enforcement was the most significant challenge, and the ordinance as proposed imposed rider/company penalties. Council Members requested the following from Staff: • Administration return to the Council in June, providing a presentation defining what may be placed in the RFP, vendor contracts, and ordinance within the defined timeframe. • Regulation of speeds based on mapping context #6. 5:53:14 PM RECEIVE A BRIEFING ABOUT A HOUSING TRUST FUND LOAN MODIFICATION REQUEST FROM NORTH 4TH LLC AND PROJECT OPEN 2 LLC FOR A MIXED-INCOME, MIXED-USE DEVELOPMENT LOCATED AT 529 WEST 400 NORTH. The project would consist of 95 units, 74 of which would be affordable for households at or below 50% Area Median Income (AMI). The original City loan to North 4th LLC was for acquisition of the land parcel. The modification request would remove North 4th LLC from the loan because the land has been transferred to Project Open 2 LLC. View Attachments Allison Rowland provided an introduction to the proposal, along with a timeline of the loan: MINUTES OF THE SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL WORK SESSION MEETING TUESDAY, MAY 5, 2020 20 - 8 • 2016: Original loan from the Housing Trust Fund (HTF) to purchase two non-adjacent parcels • 2018: Council modified the loan at the request of the developers • 2020: Shift the ownership of the loan to solely Project Open Phase 2 o October 2019 Housing Trust Fund Advisory Board (HTFB) recommending approval of the request Lani Eggertson-Goff confirmed this was a request for change of ownership and specified this was a substantial change to the original (2017) Council approved process. Straw Poll: Support to approve the loan modification. All Council Members were in favor. #7. Item Pulled RECEIVE A BRIEFING ABOUT A PROPOSAL FOR A NEW PERMIT PROGRAM THAT WOULD ALLOW QUALIFYING RESIDENTS TO REDUCE VEGETATION ON A STRIP OF CITY-OWNED OPEN LANDS ADJACENT TO THEIR PROPERTIES, SUCH AS THE FOOTHILLS NATURAL AREA OR THE JORDAN RIVER PARKWAY, TO REDUCE POTENTIAL WILDFIRE FUEL SOURCES. The proposal seeks to strike a balance between the City’s limited budget for public lands management and the concerns of some residents about the risk of wildfires spreading to their properties. (3:06:18) View Attachments Councilmember Wharton indicated this item was pulled from the agenda. #8. 6:03:21 PM INTERVIEW JIM ESPELAND PRIOR TO CONSIDERING HIS APPOINTMENT TO THE TRANSPORTATION ADVISORY BOARD FOR A TERM ENDING SEPTEMBER 25, 2023. View Attachments Councilmember Wharton said Mr. Espeland’s name was on the Consent Agenda for formal consideration. #9. 6:07:43 PM INTERVIEW ERIKA HILL PRIOR TO CONSIDERING HER APPOINTMENT TO THE ARTS COUNCIL BOARD FOR A TERM ENDING MAY 5, 2023. View Attachments Councilmember Wharton clarified Ms. Hill’s recommendation was to the Arts Council Board (previously incorrectly listed for the Transportation Advisory Board), and her name was on the Consent Agenda for formal consideration. MINUTES OF THE SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL WORK SESSION MEETING TUESDAY, MAY 5, 2020 20 - 9 #10.6:21:17 PM INTERVIEW ANDREA ASHDOWN PRIOR TO CONSIDERING HER APPOINTMENT TO THE ARTS COUNCIL BOARD FOR A TERM ENDING MAY 5, 2023. View Attachments Councilmember Wharton said Ms. Ashdown’s name was on the Consent Agenda for formal consideration. #11.6:00:37 PM INTERVIEW KATHY DAVIS PRIOR TO CONSIDERING HER APPOINTMENT TO THE ARTS COUNCIL BOARD FOR A TERM ENDING MAY 5, 2023. View Attachments Councilmember Wharton said Ms. Davis’s name was on the Consent Agenda for formal consideration. #12.6:10:28 PM INTERVIEW TORLE NENBEE PRIOR TO CONSIDERING HER APPOINTMENT TO THE ARTS COUNCIL BOARD FOR A TERM ENDING MAY 5, 2023.View Attachments Councilmember Wharton said Ms. Nenbee’s name was on the Consent Agenda for formal consideration. The Council took a break for the Formal meeting and reconvened the Work Session discussion at 8:33 p.m. #13.8:34:15 PM RECEIVE A BRIEFING ABOUT THE SALT LAKE COUNTY MULTI-JURISDICTION HAZARD MITIGATION PLAN, WHICH INCLUDES INFORMATION SUCH AS DEMOGRAPHICS, A HAZARD PROFILE, AND IDENTIFIED NECESSARY/POTENTIAL MITIGATION PROJECTS TO MINIMIZE DAMAGE AND LOSS OF LIFE. Required every five years by FEMA, these updates are critical and required for an entity to be eligible for pre- disaster mitigation funds and post-disaster assistance. View Attachments Pamela Lofgreen briefed the Council with attachments and discussed the following: Hazard Mitigation Plan being one of the most critical documents of the City (required to be reviewed and approved every five years to permit federal funding availability during emergencies), background included a review by City departments, public, State, then pre-adoption approval from FEMA (April 2020), Volume One containing the base plan (County-wide), Volume Two containing specific hazards to Salt Lake City, and the plan ensuring the City was eligible for funding requests associated with identified hazards. MINUTES OF THE SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL WORK SESSION MEETING TUESDAY, MAY 5, 2020 20 - 10 #14.8:43:42 PM RECEIVE A BRIEFING ABOUT THE PROPOSED METROPOLITAN WATER DISTRICT BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 2020-2021. View Attachments Sam Owen, Laura Briefer, Mike DeVries, and Tom Godfrey briefed the Council with attachments. Mr. DeVries shared a presentation with an overview of the Metropolitan Water District budget, including a history of the creation of the water district and board members. Additional information provided included: areas impacted by the water district, water supply sources, key facilities, revenue (including the fixed water rate implemented in 2017 to provide predictability), proposal for FY 2020-2021 (holding the water rates without water rate increases), anticipated 3% water increase to occur in FY 2021-2022 (and annually through FY 2025), non- member entities having an increase for water sales for FY 2020- 2021 (3% increase to offset member city costs), and expenditure summary (including operation and maintenance/capital expense increases, future cost increases, etc.) Council Members requested information regarding: • Evaluation of economy as rate increases were considered in future years • Pumping power increase required for the Cottonwood project, and the anticipated decrease once the project was complete • Population increase/predicted growth and capital costs related to the growth • Investment of reserves in multiple locations due to the current emergency #15. REPORT OF THE CHAIR AND VICE CHAIR. No discussion was held. #16.6:14:00 PM REPORT OF THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, INCLUDING A REVIEW OF COUNCIL INFORMATION ITEMS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS. The Council may give feedback or staff direction on any item related to City Council business, including but not limited to: • Billboard Ordinance Amendments; and • Scheduling Items. See File M 20-5 for announcements. MINUTES OF THE SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL WORK SESSION MEETING TUESDAY, MAY 5, 2020 20 - 11 #17. CONSIDER A MOTION TO ENTER INTO CLOSED SESSION, IN KEEPING WITH UTAH CODE §52-4-205 FOR ANY ALLOWED PURPOSE. Item not held. The meeting adjourned at 9:29 p.m. _______________________________ COUNCIL CHAIR _______________________________ CITY RECORDER This document is not intended to serve as a full transcript as other items may have been discussed; please refer to the audio or video for entire content pursuant to Utah Code §52-4-203(2)(b). This document along with the digital recording constitute the official minutes of the City Council Work Session meeting held May 5, 2020. kt/dr MINUTES OF THE SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL WORK SESSION MEETING TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 2020 20 - 1 The City Council met in Work Session on Tuesday June 11, 2020, in an Electronic Meeting, pursuant to Salt Lake City Emergency Proclamation No. 2 of 2020(2)(b). In Attendance: Council Members Andrew Johnston, Amy Fowler, Chris Wharton, Daniel Dugan, Darin Mano, James Rogers, and Analia Valdemoros. Staff in Attendance: Cindy Gust-Jenson, Council Executive Director; Jennifer Bruno, Council Deputy Director; Erin Mendenhall, Mayor; Rachel Otto, Mayor’s Chief of Staff; Allison Rowland, Council Public Policy Analyst; Jaysen Oldroyd, Senior City Attorney; Jonathan Pappasideris, Senior City Attorney; Lehua Weaver, Associate Council Deputy Director; Mary Beth Thompson, Chief Financial Officer; Lani Eggertsen-Goff, Housing & Neighborhood Development Director; Lisa Shaffer, Mayor’s Chief Administrative Officer; Tim Doubt, Assistant Chief of Police; Robert Nutzman, Council Administrative Assistant; Benjamin Luedtke, Council Policy Analyst; Katherine Lewis, City Attorney; Cindy Lou Trishman, City Recorder; and DeeDee Robinson, Deputy City Recorder. Councilmember Wharton presided at and conducted the meeting. The meeting was called to order at 3:33 p.m. AGENDA ITEMS #1. 3:33:14 PM CONSIDER A MOTION TO ENTER INTO CLOSED SESSION, IN KEEPING WITH UTAH CODE §52-4-205 FOR ANY ALLOWED PURPOSE. Councilmember Fowler moved and Councilmember Valdemoros seconded to enter into Closed Session to discuss collective bargaining strategies pursuant to Utah Code §52-4-205(1)(b); and Attorney-Client matters that are privileged pursuant to Utah Code §78B-1-137, Utah Open and Public Meetings Law. A roll call vote was taken. Council Members Johnston, Wharton, Mano, Valdemoros, Dugan, Fowler, and Rogers voted aye. See File M 20-1 for Sworn Statement. In Attendance: Council Members Johnston, Valdemoros, Wharton, Fowler, Rogers, Dugan, and Mano. Others in Attendance: Cindy Gust-Jenson, Jennifer Bruno, Mayor Mendenhall, Rachel Otto, Lehua Weaver, Katherine Lewis, Benjamin MINUTES OF THE SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL WORK SESSION MEETING TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 2020 20 - 2 Luedtke, Cindy Lou Trishman, Allison Rowland, Jaysen Oldroyd, Jonathan Pappasideris, Lisa Shaffer, Mary Beth Thompson, and DeeDee Robinson. #2.4:41:00 PM FOLLOW-UP DISCUSSION REGARDING THE POLICE DEPARTMENT BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR (FY) 2020-2021, INCLUDING POSSIBLE CHANGES RELATED TO THE COMMUNITY DIALOGUE ABOUT RACE AND JUSTICE IN RELATION TO LAW ENFORCEMENT POLICIES AND BUDGET. View Attachments Jennifer Bruno briefed the Council regarding the following: • Expected new growth revenue being less than anticipated (Council tasked with finding $43,782 in savings) • Less money to fund new initiatives through the judgement levy ($456,367) • Concept of moving funding from the Police Department for increased transparency/prioritization, with the following aspects: $512,578 transferred to non-departmental budget ensuring a body-camera for every officer, reallocating $55,000 for de-escalation training to non-departmental budget, adding $267,800 to non-departmental budget for additional de-escalation training, and potential of restoring/hiring three Social Worker positions ($80,798) • Concept of allocating funding ($2.8 Million – from Police Dept budget) in a holding account pending further review of the overall department budget and additional community conversation (achieving this would mean a full year hiring freeze for sworn officers and no recruiting class), with the option to add to the account or make changes during budget amendments. Possible Legislative Intents regarding: • moving programs from Police Department budget (Park Rangers, Social Workers, and potentially Internal Affairs), and determining consequences/operational side- effects • outlining steps (and timeline) for a Police Department budget audit, to inform a zero-based budget exercise and the FY 2021 budget • prioritizing reimbursement of the Housing Stability Program and addressing community needs identified in the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) process with Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES) funds MINUTES OF THE SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL WORK SESSION MEETING TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 2020 20 - 3 • coordination with City Attorney’s Office to author an ordinance implementing a Police section of the reporting ordinance (in coordination with Mayor’s Office, Police Department, and Finance) • Capturing the following funds into a holding account for Council identified community-building priorities (underserved communities & communities of color): $422,979 from funds not expended from CIP projects older than three years (including $250,000 of funding from CIP daycare project), and $996,159 from the North Temple Viaduct CDA account for debt service. Councilmember Fowler indicated she wanted to add a legislative intent with the power to deny acceptance of grant applications for military grade equipment. Ms. Bruno said this could be framed as a Council initiative, and the Police Department could apply for such grants, but the Council would have the final say (retaining more flexibility than prohibiting the Police Department from applying from such grants). Katherine Lewis said they could work through a way to have that language tied to Council appropriation & budgetary power (draft ordinance to solidify the concept). Councilmember Wharton said he agreed with Councilmember Fowler’s request (the Council ultimately having to agree to receive such appropriations - within the Council’s purview to approve or deny). Councilmember Johnston added it was important for the Council to be made aware of what surplus items the City would be receiving and how they were to be used (training munitions vs. full SWAT combat vehicles), and for the Council to be able to review on case-by-case basis. Councilmember Johnston said an audit was needed (with high prioritization) for the Police Department budget and inquired if funding would need to be allocated. He added that the findings of the audit could help inform any future Mayor/Council initiated commission, along with the clear intent to ensure any community investment funding went to communities of color/underserved communities. Ms. Bruno said there were five firms on contract (specializing in municipal finance/operations), no Request for Proposal (RFP) process was required, and sufficient funding was available (encumbered). Tim Doubt provided clarification of Internal Affairs’(IA) role and reasoning for it being within the Police Department MINUTES OF THE SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL WORK SESSION MEETING TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 2020 20 - 4 (investigations were conducted regarding officer action/misconduct and referred to a Commander/Supervisor who determined disciplinary action). He said IA received all complaints about officers, complaints against an officer were retained in a personnel file only if disciplinary action was issued, and a database was used for complaints against officers (detailing every complaint an officer has had, disciplinary actions, etc.). Straw Poll: Support for Staff’s recommendations on the following: • Move funding from Police Department to non-departmental (directing it to officer body-cameras/training, and social worker positions); • $2.8 Million placed into a holding account (pending ongoing discussions with the community & department on how to best use funds); • Re-evaluating with Legislative Intents; • Community investment (funding from day care/North Temple Viaduct directed to catalytic projects for either North Temple and/or communities of color - contingent on the findings of the future joint Mayor/Council commission); and • Changes to reporting requirements for the Police Department All Council Members were in favor. #3. Tentative Break #4.6:40:08 PM FOLLOW-UP BRIEFING ABOUT UNRESOLVED ISSUES RELATING TO THE PROPOSED BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR (FY) 2020-2021. View Attachments Jennifer Bruno, Benjamin Luedtke, and Lisa Shaffer briefed the Council regarding the following information: • $588,000 to be appropriated from Fund Balance for police body-cameras, including revenue reimbursed from Airport for body-cameras • Potential funding source from funds not expended/encumbered from FY 2019 & 2020 Community Land Trust • Attorney’s Office budget overage ($29,000) • Increasing funding for homeless services (future needs) • Transportation funding for projects added to a holding account (excluding staffing) MINUTES OF THE SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL WORK SESSION MEETING TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 2020 20 - 5 • Restoring vacancy savings for Fire Department ($272,562 for seven fire fighters and one civilian position) • Restoring vacancy savings for Public Services (maintenance of parks and facilities, and additional homeless camp clean-up) • Adding funding to non-departmental for the Inn Between Lani Eggertsen-Goff discussed the Inn Between’s Funding Our Future application and said it was currently in the review process and would come back to the Council for review within the next month. Further discussion was held regarding the Mayor’s recommended budget regarding camp clean-ups, vacancy savings in relation to Fund Balance, concerns regarding next year’s budget (specifically looking at Fund Balance – including projections for the next few years), current running balance of Fund Balance, and the Council’s funding of the Financial Risk Assessment, (within Budget Amendment No. 4) taking into consideration the risks to maintaining Fund Balance (anticipated to be completed in FY 2021). Straw Poll: Support for the Council to give direction to Staff/Administration to look at unfreezing all/some Fire Department positions (exploring all possible options – taking into consideration the needs of the department), and report back at the Council’s next meeting (before budget adoption). All Council Members were in favor. STANDING ITEMS #5. REPORT OF THE CHAIR AND VICE CHAIR No discussion was held. #6. REPORT OF THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, INCLUDING A REVIEW OF COUNCIL INFORMATION ITEMS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS. The Council may give feedback or staff direction on any item related to City Council business, including but not limited to scheduling items. No discussion was held. The Closed Session adjourned at 4:31 p.m. The Work Session meeting adjourned at 7:13 p.m. MINUTES OF THE SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL WORK SESSION MEETING TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 2020 20 - 6 _______________________________ COUNCIL CHAIR _______________________________ CITY RECORDER This document is not intended to serve as a full transcript as other items may have been discussed; please refer to the audio or video for entire content pursuant to Utah Code §52-4-203(2)(b). This document along with the digital recording constitute the official minutes of the City Council Work Session meeting held June 11, 2020. dr MINUTES OF THE SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL WORK SESSION MEETING TUESDAY, JULY 7, 2020 20 - 1 The City Council met in Work Session on Tuesday, July 7, 2020, in an Electronic Meeting, pursuant to Salt Lake City Emergency Proclamation No. 2 of 2020(2)(b). In Attendance: Council Members Chris Wharton, James Rogers, Andrew Johnston, Amy Fowler, Analia Valdemoros, Daniel Dugan, and Darin Mano. Staff in Attendance: Jennifer Bruno, Council Executive Deputy Director; Erin Mendenhall, Mayor; Katherine Lewis, City Attorney; Allison Rowland, Council Public Policy Analyst; Lisa Shaffer, Mayor’s Deputy Chief of Staff; David Litvack, Mayor’s Senior Advisor; Nick Norris, Planning Director; Brian Fullmer, Council Policy Analyst; Kira Luke, Council Policy Analyst; David Gellner, Principal Planner; Molly Robinson, Planning Manager; Mayara Lima, Principal Planner; John Anderson, Planning Manager; Lehua Weaver, Council Associate Deputy Director; Robert Nutzman, Council Administrative Assistant; Benjamin Luedtke, Council Policy Analyst, Nannette Larsen, Principal Planner; Nick Tarbet, Council Policy Analyst; Mary Beth Thompson, Chief Financial Officer; Jaysen Oldroyd, Senior City Attorney; Mike Brown, Police Chief; Tim Doubt, Deputy Police Chief; Jeff Kendrick, Deputy Police Chief; Sam Owen, Council Policy Analyst; Amanda Lau, Council Public Engagement & Communications Specialist; and Scott Crandall, Deputy City Recorder. Guests in Attendance: Gary Edwards, Health Department Director; Erin Litvack, Health Department Deputy Director; Josh Van Jura, Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) Project Manager; Vince Izzo, UDOT Consultant Project Manager; Bri Binnebose, UDOT Public Involvement; Maximilian Coreth, Applicant (Item 4); Bethany Christensen, Applicant (Item 8); Michael Van Do, Applicant (Item 7); Derek Christensen, Applicant (Item 9). Councilmember Wharton presided at and conducted the meeting. The meeting was called to order at 2:09 p.m. 2:09:41 PM AGENDA ITEMS #1. 2:10:52 PM RECEIVE AN UPDATE FROM THE ADMINISTRATION ABOUT THE MAYOR’S RECENT EMERGENCY DECLARATIONS RELATING TO COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS) AND THE MARCH 18TH EARTHQUAKE IN THE SALT LAKE VALLEY. As part of the update, the Council may discuss public health and other public safety, policy and budget issues stemming MINUTES OF THE SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL WORK SESSION MEETING TUESDAY, JULY 7, 2020 20 - 2 from the emergency declarations. The Council may also receive information or updates from organizations or experts related to the emergency responses and coordination, including but not limited, earthquake damage to the City, the functioning of the Emergency Operations Center (EOC), City response and aid, and the status of City buildings. Erin Mendenhall, Lisa Shaffer, Erin Litvack, and Gary Edwards briefed the Council on the following topics/requests from the Council: • Disproportionate COVID impacts to the westside communities (efforts needed to mitigate impacts, potential for City to assist Health Department efforts). • Encampment cleanups (status, next steps, and outreach to communities lacking permanent residences). • Contact tracing (how other staffing or community outreach needs for the Health Department were being impacted, possible opportunities for Council Members/community members involvement to distribute information or help meet volunteer needs that community organization had right now). Mr. Edwards and Ms. Litvack talked about efforts being made on the City’s westside, encouraging people to get tested and understand the process of contact tracing, expansion of permanent testing opportunities specifically with targeted zip codes, numerous languages being utilized to communicate with residents, working with and hiring community partners/agencies that had trusted relationships with communities of color (understanding their needs), testing being suspended for seven days due inundation from those outside target areas, utilizing new strategies/notification to deploy testing in hotspot areas (Rose Park, Glendale, Magna, West Valley City), testing strategies for diverse/underserved communities, distributing masks (Mask Outreach Program), wraparound services, testing issues/turn-around times (goal for 24-hour results), data collection (public education purposes/programs), case worker training/utilization, emergency response (better preparation for future events), and understanding the role/value of community health workers (providing appropriate training). Councilmember Wharton thanked Mr. Edwards and Ms. Litvack for the update. Mr. Edwards said due to time constraints, they were MINUTES OF THE SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL WORK SESSION MEETING TUESDAY, JULY 7, 2020 20 - 3 unable to present all the information they had prepared and would forward that to the Council. #2. 2:31:42 PM RECEIVE AN UPDATE ON THE LITTLE COTTONWOOD CANYON ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT (EIS) STUDY. THE PURPOSE OF THE PROJECT IS TO IMPROVE SAFETY, RELIABILITY AND MOBILITY ON S.R. 210 FROM WASATCH BOULEVARD THROUGH THE TOWN OF ALTA. View Attachments Josh Van Jura, Vince Izzo, and Bri Binnebose provided an overview of the attached proposal. Key points included: • Substantial improvements to safety, reliability, and mobility on S.R. 210 (Little Cottonwood Road) from Fort Union Boulevard through the Town of Alta, road widening, parking issues/enforcement, snow sheds, trailhead access, transit options, and incentivizing utilization • Reasonable alternatives – input from public meetings reduced to three main options: enhanced bus service ($283 million), enhanced bus with bus lane priority service ($470 million), and gondola service ($393 million) • Process and Schedule - draft EIS (Spring 2021), final EIS and decision (end of 2021) Councilmember Wharton thanked the presenters. Mr. Izzo asked the Council to remind their constituents to continue providing comments about the proposal (website, phone, e-mail, etc.). #3. 2:54:55 PM RECEIVE AN UPDATE AND DISCUSS WITH THE ADMINISTRATION RECENT EFFORTS ON RACIAL EQUITY AND POLICING (REP) IN THE CITY. The conversation may include issues of community concern about race, equity, and justice in relation to law enforcement policies, procedures, budget, and ordinances. Discussion may also include updates on: • Financial Audit of the Salt Lake City Police Department; • Newly created Commission on Racial Equity in Policing; and • Summaries of what other communities are doing to address implicit bias and systemic racism, particularly as it relates to the City budget. View Attachments Lehua Weaver, Benjamin Luedtke, Allison Rowland, Kira Luke, Lisa Shaffer, Jennifer Bruno, and David Litvack provided an overview of the attached proposal. MINUTES OF THE SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL WORK SESSION MEETING TUESDAY, JULY 7, 2020 20 - 4 Ms. Weaver said after reviewing numerous items raised during the budget process/adoption, Staff compiled a list of projects the Council wanted to move forward during the upcoming year. She reminded the Council about the “Ask Me Anything” (AMA) live Facebook event taking place this Friday at noon. She said Council Members Wharton, Valdemoros, and Fowler agreed to field questions from the public. She said Staff would provide a script/other information to them prior to the event. Projects for discussion included: • Financial audit (detailed review of the Police Department budget – in drafting stage) • Commission on Racial Equity and Policing moving ahead • Summaries of what other communities were doing to address implicit bias and systemic racism, particularly as it related to the City budget • Coordinating internal Staff training on implicit bias, consultant provided training (more coming) • Attorney’s Office - items needing review/ordinance amendments: banning receipt of military equipment, Police Civilian Review Board (briefing next week), internal reporting items added to ordinance (police reporting to Council), and qualified immunity/indemnification amendments • Over-arching project - defining scope of public engagement efforts (regularly sharing updates on work being done by City) Ms. Shaffer, Mr. Litvack, and Mayor Mendenhall discussed issues relating to the REP Commission. Comments included facilitator position posted through a Request for Proposal (RFP), three Commission members selected to serve on selection committee along with Mayor Mendenhall and Councilmember Valdemoros, additional discussion regarding building out entire Commission (18-20 total members), and compensation. Mr. Litvack said he would get additional information back to the Council regarding budget allocations for compensation, board functions, etc. Mr. Luedtke reviewed the following information regarding the financial audit. • Audit – Scope of Work timeline o Draft being developed – ready to publicly share next week – receive feedback MINUTES OF THE SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL WORK SESSION MEETING TUESDAY, JULY 7, 2020 20 - 5 o goal of mid-July to send scope to auditing firms (request firms respond with proposals of how they would implement the scope including costs by end of July) o firm selection in early August o providing interim update to Council in September o final report in November – audit results would form the Council’s zero-based budgeting exercise to rebuild the Police Department budget from zero (potentially completed by end of 2020) Ms. Luke reviewed issues/topics of what other communities were doing to address implicit bias/systemic racism, particularly as it related to the City budget. Topics included: • Scope changes • Disbanding Police Department • Use of Force • Transparency • Justice System Reform • Police Accountability • Community Investment • Civilian Review • Hiring Practices • Demilitarization • Union Relationships Councilmember Dugan requested additional information on the Eugene Oregon Mobile Crisis Intervention Program CAHOOTS (Crisis Assistance Helping Out On The Streets). He said he was interested in exploring how that program might work for Salt Lake City (SLC). Ms. Luke said New York had a similar program and would provide information on that program as well. Councilmember Mano also requested information on similar programs in Sunnyvale California and Camden New Jersey. Councilmember Rogers talked about the need to evaluate the pros/cons of various scenarios like defunding the police, etc. so sound data driven decisions could be made. He said it would be helpful to know if residents in cities, implementing new police measures/strategies, felt safer or not (important to convey that information to SLC residents). He expressed concerns about council members in other cities (Minneapolis) having to hire private MINUTES OF THE SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL WORK SESSION MEETING TUESDAY, JULY 7, 2020 20 - 6 security to feel safe (would be a serious issue for residents and council members). Councilmember Wharton expressed interest in analyzing methods used by other cities regarding how they informed their residents about implementing new programs. He said it was important to inform residents that the Council was trying to create a system to elevate safety for everyone (not just taking from one group and giving to another). Councilmember Valdemoros said the Council was trying to help the Police Department make improvements. She said good data was needed on how police activities/programs were currently working compared to complaints/facts and then compare that to what other cities were doing (ensure police were equipped to help in specific circumstances like mental illness/substance abuse or move those aspects to social workers, etc.). Councilmember Fowler said she agreed it was important to evaluate the pros/cons but expressed concern about spending too much time collecting data resulting in delayed implementation. She said she could use her connection to the National League of Cities to facilitate meetings with Council Members from other cities to get feedback on their experiences. She said she was also interested in reviewing budgets of not only the Police Department, but other departments like Justice Court and Prosecutors Office (look at all options to reallocate budgets for social workers, other programs). Councilmember Dugan said he thought a good place to start was analyzing how police resources/officers were being used at public schools. He said he wanted to explore options of moving those responsibilities to social workers, etc. and working with the School Board. Councilmember Wharton said he hoped the REP Commission could help analyze pros/cons and bring enough information back so the Council could feel comfortable moving forward without long delays (avoiding analysis paralysis). #4. 3:37:25 PM RECEIVE A BRIEFING ABOUT A PROPOSAL TO VACATE AN ALLEY ADJACENT TO PROPERTIES OWNED BY WEST END LLC, LOCATED AT APPROXIMATELY 730-740 WEST AND 900 SOUTH TO GENESEE AVENUE IN THE CUMMING’S SUBDIVISION PURSUANT TO PETITION NO. PLNPCM2019-00813. The alley was partially vacated in 1993. The current petition proposes the City vacate the remaining mid-block portion of the MINUTES OF THE SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL WORK SESSION MEETING TUESDAY, JULY 7, 2020 20 - 7 alley in order for West End LLC to redevelop the site. The project was recently approved to receive Redevelopment Agency (RDA) funding for a mixed-use development. The vacation will not impact vehicle or property access to property owners west of the proposed alley vacation. View Attachments Brian Fullmer, Nannette Larsen, John Anderson, Nick Tarbet, and Maximilian Coreth (applicant) provided an overview of the attached proposal. Discussion was held on Councilmember Mano’s question about potential to tie alley vacations to certain developments. Councilmember Mano said he wanted to ensure alleyways were not being granted based on the promise of getting a better project and then, in the future, plans were changed and no longer represented what was presented to the Council. Further discussion was held on utilizing development agreements to tie vacations to specific projects. Mr. Anderson said Planning was getting better at utilizing/tracking development agreements but found it was most helpful when agreements contained very specific direction. Mr. Tarbet said Staff would work with the Attorney’s Office to develop some options to bring back for Council consideration. #5. 3:49:05 PM Tentative break. #6. 4:02:50 PM RECEIVE A BRIEFING ABOUT A PROPOSAL TO REZONE PROPERTIES AT 5525 AND 5575 WEST 1730 SOUTH FROM CG (GENERAL COMMERCIAL) TO M-1 (LIGHT MANUFACTURING) PURSUANT TO PETITION NO. PLNPCM2019-00726. The properties are already developed with two identical industrial buildings and occupied by tenants. The applicant has no plans to redevelop the site but would like to allow more land uses and eliminate maximum off-street parking. View Attachments Nick Tarbet, Mayara Lima, and John Anderson provided an overview of the attached proposal. Mr. Tarbet said two public hearings would be scheduled (potential action during second hearing). Ms. Lima said Planning Staff did not receive any public comments regarding the application and felt the proposed zoning district was appropriate for the area and could potentially help further the City’s industrial growth plan. Council Members did not raise any objections. MINUTES OF THE SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL WORK SESSION MEETING TUESDAY, JULY 7, 2020 20 - 8 Note: Items 7 and 8 were heard as one item. #7. 4:07:10 PM RECEIVE A BRIEFING ABOUT A PROPOSAL TO REZONE THREE PROPERTIES ON 700 NORTH STREET (1616 WEST, 1632 WEST AND 1640 WEST 700 NORTH) FROM R-1/5000 (SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL) TO CB (COMMUNITY BUSINESS) PURSUANT TO PETITION NO. PLNPCM2019-00923. The applicant would like to consolidate the parcels and develop a commercial use on the combined site. The consolidated parcel would be approximately 50,000 square feet in size. No specific site development proposal was submitted with this request. View Attachments #8. RECEIVE A BRIEFING ABOUT A PROPOSAL THAT WOULD REZONE THE PROPERTY AT 1612 WEST 700 NORTH FROM R-1/5000 (SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL) TO CB (COMMUNITY BUSINESS) PURSUANT TO PETITION NO. PLNPCM2019-00986. The purpose of the rezone is to match the CB zoning of adjacent parcels on the same block of 700 North Street. The proposal would also accommodate future development of the property. No site development proposal has been submitted at this time and the applicant has not indicated what they plan to develop on the property. View Attachments Brian Fullmer, David Gellner, and Molly Robinson provided an overview of the attached proposals. Mr. Gellner said the Northwest Master Plan envisioned these areas becoming small-scale commercial areas under the CB zone. He said no master plan amendments were being proposed but both petitions would be subject to the Housing Mitigation Loss ordinance should the properties be redeveloped for commercial use (each parcel contained a single-family dwelling). He said the Planning Commission forwarded a positive recommendation. Councilmember Mano asked about buffer/landscape requirements regarding adjoining residential properties located to the north and specifics about the housing mitigation ordinance. Mr. Gellner said if the building footprint exceeded 7,500 square feet the proposal would have to go through the City’s design review process which would look at setbacks, compatibility, etc. Mr. Fullmer said Staff would return to the Council with precise setback requirements. Councilmember Dugan requested follow-up information on housing mitigation requirements (short summary). Bethany Christensen, Item 8 applicant, said she purchased the property to add improvements to the area (more commercial needed). Councilmember Rogers said he echoed Ms. Christensen’s comments and MINUTES OF THE SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL WORK SESSION MEETING TUESDAY, JULY 7, 2020 20 - 9 felt the proposal would be a great improvement to the area (essentially creating a neighborhood node). Michael Van Do, Item 7 applicant, said his parents owned the property and he was mainly helping them with the application process/providing translation services. He said he agreed there was a need for additional commercial which would add jobs/services. #9. 4:19:13 PM RECEIVE A BRIEFING ABOUT A PROPOSAL THAT WOULD AMEND THE ZONING MAP AND FUTURE LAND USE MAP FOR TWO PROPERTIES AT 771 NORTH AND 795 NORTH 400 WEST PURSUANT TO PETITION NO. PLNPCM2019-01011 AND PETITION NO. PLNPCM2019-01095. The proposal would change the properties from M-1 (Light Industrial) to MU (Mixed Use) to allow redevelopment of the vacant parcel at 771 North 400 West. The applicant would like to build a multi-family housing development which is not allowed under the current M-1 zoning. No site development proposal has been submitted at this time. View Attachments Brian Fullmer, David Gellner, and Derek Christensen provided an overview of the attached proposal. Mr. Gellner said he felt the proposed development was compatible with the existing community and could help revitalize/enhance the area/corridor. Discussion was held on creating a tech/bio-tech corridor. Comments included potential impacts of having a residential housing development in the middle of “light industry” (noise, pollution, compatibility, etc.), area eventually transitioning away from industrial uses (slow change), heavy truck traffic being encouraged to move from 300 to 400 West, facilitating tech growth, and potential impacts of the new Rocky Mountain Power (RMP) transmission line (large infrastructure) on future development. Council Members spoke about the need to begin discussions (sooner than later) about creating a Beck Street Master Plan to address issues concerning development, traffic, etc. along the corridor. Councilmember Wharton asked the applicant, Derek Christensen, if he was aware of the new transmission/power line. Mr. Christensen said he noticed activity in the area (causing power outages) but was not aware of project details. Councilmember Wharton said Staff would provide the applicant with contact information (Jeff Barrett - RMP). MINUTES OF THE SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL WORK SESSION MEETING TUESDAY, JULY 7, 2020 20 - 10 Mr. Christensen spoke in support of the proposal. He said he had worked with the City on numerous projects and felt the proposed project would be a catalyst to improve the area/community. #10. 4:34:48 PM RECEIVE A BRIEFING ABOUT A PROPOSAL TO UPDATE CITY CODE FOR DONATIONS TO THE CITY. The revisions would provide more guidance to accept donations. Donations can be public art, a building or structure, and land, among others. Changes would create a more efficient process and include more transparency and internal controls by increasing the Finance Department's involvement in the donation process. View Attachments Benjamin Luedtke, Mary Beth Thompson, and Jaysen Oldroyd provided an overview of the attached proposal. Mr. Luedtke said the amendment would increase transparency, enhance internal controls, and provide a more efficient process. He said the ordinance applied to all General Fund departments and most Enterprise Funds (Library excluded). Discussion was held on tracking, reporting, notification, and liability issues. Council Members were in support of adding a requirement that the Council be notified of any donations exceeding $10,000 and adding additional language requiring explicit review for both financial and legal aspects of donations. #11. 4:45:20 PM REPORT OF THE CHAIR AND VICE CHAIR. Councilmember Wharton provided information about the proposed City flag redesign (approximately 640 submissions – reduced to eight). He said the top eight designs would be submitted to the public for additional comments throughout the summer (online by the end of the week). Mayor Mendenhall said the public would be asked to review/provide feedback on various design elements, not just voting up or down (utilize rating system). She said her Staff would be sending the Council information on various ways the public could access the designs (intent to share with constituents). #12. 4:52:27 PM REPORT OF THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, INCLUDING A REVIEW OF COUNCIL INFORMATION ITEMS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS. The Council may give feedback or staff direction on any item related to City Council business, including but not limited to scheduling items. No discussion was held. MINUTES OF THE SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL WORK SESSION MEETING TUESDAY, JULY 7, 2020 20 - 11 #13. 4:52:39 PM CONSIDER A MOTION TO ENTER INTO CLOSED SESSION, IN KEEPING WITH UTAH CODE §52-4-205 FOR ANY ALLOWED PURPOSE. Councilmember Fowler moved and Councilmember Rogers seconded to enter into Closed Session to discuss deployment of security personnel, devices, or systems pursuant to Utah Code §52-4- 205(1)(f); and Advice of Counsel, Utah Open and Public Meetings Law. A roll call vote was taken. Council Members Johnston, Wharton, Mano, Valdemoros, Dugan, Fowler, and Rogers voted aye. See File M 20-1 for Sworn Statement. In Attendance: Council Members Johnston, Valdemoros, Wharton, Fowler, Rogers, Dugan, and Mano. Others in Attendance: Jennifer Bruno, Erin Mendenhall, Lehua Weaver, Lisa Shaffer, Amanda Lau, Benjamin Luedtke, Katherine Lewis, Allison Rowland, Kira Luke, Robert Nutzman, Jeff Kendrick, Mike Brown, Sam Owen, Tim Doubt, and Scott Crandall. The Closed Session and Work Session meetings adjourned at 5:39 p.m. _______________________________ COUNCIL CHAIR _______________________________ CITY RECORDER This document is not intended to serve as a full transcript as other items may have been discussed; please refer to the audio or video for entire content pursuant to Utah Code §52-4-203(2)(b). This document along with the digital recording constitute the official minutes of the City Council Work Session meeting held July 7, 2020. sc MINUTES OF THE SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL WORK SESSION MEETING TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, 2020 20 - 1 The City Council met in Work Session on Tuesday, August 11, 2020, in an Electronic Meeting, pursuant to Salt Lake City Emergency Proclamation No. 2 of 2020(2)(b). In Attendance: Council Members Chris Wharton, James Rogers, Andrew Johnston, Amy Fowler, Analia Valdemoros, Daniel Dugan, and Darin Mano. Staff in Attendance: Cindy Gust-Jenson, Council Executive Director; Jennifer Bruno, Council Executive Deputy Director; Rachel Otto, Mayor’s Chief of Staff; Katherine Lewis, City Attorney; Allison Rowland, Council Public Policy Analyst; Lisa Shaffer, Mayor’s Deputy Chief of Staff; Nick Norris, Planning Director; Samuel Owen, Council Policy Analyst; Russell Weeks, Council Policy Analyst; John Anderson, Planning Manager; Robert Nutzman, Council Administrative Assistant; Jennifer McGrath, Community and Neighborhoods Deputy Director; Benjamin Luedtke, Council Policy Analyst; Kaletta Lynch, Mayor’s Executive Assistant; Rick Rasmussen, Police Civilian Review Board Administrator; Jonathan Larsen, Transportation Director; Lewis Kogan, Trails and Natural Lands Division Director; DeeDee Robinson, Deputy City Recorder; and Scott Crandall, Deputy City Recorder, were present. Councilmember Wharton presided at and conducted the meeting. The meeting was called to order at 2:05 p.m. 2:05:52 PM AGENDA ITEMS #1.2:07:07 PM Informational: Updates Relating to Mayor’s Proclamations Declaring Local Emergencies for COVID-19, March Earthquake, and Recent Protests. The Council will receive an update from the Administration about the Mayor’s emergency declarations relating to COVID-19 (coronavirus), the March 18th earthquake in the Salt Lake Valley, and recent protests in the City. As part of the update, the Council may discuss public health and other public safety, policy and budget issues stemming from the emergency events. The Administration may also provide information or updates from organizations or experts related to the emergency responses and coordination, including but not limited to earthquake damage to the City, the functioning of the Emergency Operations Center (EOC), City response and aid, and the status of City buildings. MINUTES OF THE SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL WORK SESSION MEETING TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, 2020 20 - 2 Rachel Otto and Lisa Shaffer briefed the Council regarding the following issues/requests from the Council: • COVID-19 Updates: extension of Emergency Declaration, long- range plan rolling out September 1, 2020, data regarding areas of the City with highest impacts, forthcoming information regarding CARES funding allocations, and update on modified City operations (upcoming release of the Readiness Action Modification Plan – RAMP). • Status/updates on encampment mitigation/abatements/clean-up efforts in the City, short-term solutions, partnership opportunities, contracted providers, etc. • Launch of the Rose Park Connect/Digital Equity efforts, and impending additional Wi-Fi service provided at the Sorensen Unity Center. Councilmember Johnston said he was aware of issues regarding daytime pop-up sheltering (separate from over-night camping) on North Temple, he commended local businesses for their own clean- up efforts, and said more City resources were needed immediately throughout the next eight weeks (to October) for supporting the winter overflow shelters. He expressed frustration with recent comments made by a Utah State Representative that the City was not doing its part on following up on Operation Rio Grande (assisting with the Rio Grande area), and felt the City was left to carry the brunt of the burden (over all other cities on the Wasatch Front). He added that small businesses were being disproportionately affected (by homeless encampments, needing clean-up of waste, etc. – effectively driving business away) in some areas of the City and needed immediate support (City resources), focusing on the Ball Park, 100 South, downtown, and North Temple areas. Straw Poll: Support for Administration to provide a budget proposal as soon as possible for increasing services (more frequent) with Advantage Services for clean-ups in the North Temple area and Districts 4 & 5, (including additional portable restrooms), and begin an increased level of service (clean-ups) as soon as possible. Councilmember Fowler provided a statement of clarity for the straw poll and said this would express support for the Administration to work with Staff to take the necessary steps to increase services as soon as possible along with providing information regarding time-frames (how soon), and return to the Council with short-term, mid-term, and long-term proposals MINUTES OF THE SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL WORK SESSION MEETING TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, 2020 20 - 3 (sustainable increased frequency of services). All Council Members were in favor. #2.2:59:00 PM Informational: Updates on Racial Equity and Policing. The Council will hold a discussion about recent efforts on various projects City staff are working on related to racial equity and policing in the City. The conversation may include issues of community concern about race, equity, and justice in relation to law enforcement policies, procedures, budget, and ordinances. Discussion may include: • Review of the current Police Civilian Review Board (PCRB) ordinance and a discussion of potential changes; • 3:56:45 PM An update or report on the newly created Commission on Racial Equity in Policing (REP); and • Other project updates or discussion. View Attachments 3:57:24 PM Kaletta Lynch briefed the Council regarding updates on the REP Commission, including: • Commission began with six core commission members (selected to lead in the structure of the commission) • Commission members met in July to discuss criteria for selection of additional members, ensuring new members represented diverse communities, backgrounds, expertise, and different viewpoints • Current total of 18 commission members, looking to add one additional member, as well as a Youth sub-committee (consisting of 10 members – two being a part of the larger commission), for a total of 21 voting members of the commission • A Joint Resolution would be forthcoming for the Council’s review/decision, establishing the commission as a public body under the Open Public Meetings Act • Commission was currently meeting to establish meeting logistics; ensuring the process established aligned with Open Public Meetings Act, allowing for transparency, and held in a public platform for all to join (no barriers to access for the public), and working to establish designated times within the meetings for public members to speak • Requests for Proposal (RFP) Facilitator process/applications closed on July 15 (nine applications received) and review committee chose three companies to move forward to the next step of the process • Email established for the public to provide input prior to public meetings. (REPCommission@slcgov.com) MINUTES OF THE SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL WORK SESSION MEETING TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, 2020 20 - 4 Allison Rowland provided information regarding the process of the PCRB, the structure of the PCRB was compliant with State law and provided a summary of issues/concerns/follow-up brought forth by Council Members. Katherine Lewis provided information regarding specific ordinance language for subpoenas (Mayor having authority to compel a witness or City employee to meet with/be interviewed by PCRB Administrator), witnesses and City employees could be subpoenaed under the current ordinance language, Council having authority to re-evaluate the panel (five members from full board, new panel selected for each new case) vs. board (14 members) structure changes within the ordinance, and requirements/prohibitions for serving on the board. Rick Rasmussen discussed the interview process, and provided the following information: • PCRB never having to mandate the appearance of an employee (exercise the Mayor’s authority for limited subpoena power) • Compliance for all past requests to the Police Department for employee interviews • No PCRB panel has requested to interview a witness or City employee • How often the board heard cases (to date, five officer- involved shooting cases, three non-officer involved cases). Councilmember Wharton expressed concerns that previously obtained information stated the City could not issue subpoenas and subsequently received criticism from citizen groups that sought changes to the PCRB (for not having an ordinance that allowed for the issuance of subpoenas). He said having known of the allowance for subpoenas, the public could have been properly informed. Councilmember Fowler suggested small group meetings with PCRB members to review their thoughts on the board and asked Staff/Administration to coordinate with any willing members to meet with the Council to flush out any concerns and see how the Council could better support the board, thus creating the necessary changes to the ordinance. #3.3:38:18 PM Ordinance: Dockless Shared Mobility Devices (Electric Scooters) Follow-up. The Council will receive a follow- up briefing about a proposed ordinance that would regulate the use MINUTES OF THE SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL WORK SESSION MEETING TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, 2020 20 - 5 of electric scooters and other dockless, shared mobility devices in the City. The Council would also consider amending the Consolidated Fee Schedule as part of the dockless shared mobility device ordinance. Currently, dockless scooter companies operate under temporary operating agreements until an ordinance is passed. The latest version of a draft ordinance was sent to the Council in March 2020. The updated ordinance incorporates some feedback and concerns including additional requirements for safety features, insurance requirement changes, and language to better differentiate between scooters and devices - motorized or otherwise – used by individuals with reduced or specialized mobility, among other changes. View Attachments Samuel Owen introduced the proposal and indicated this was the third briefing. Jonathan Larsen briefed the Council regarding the following information: • Brief timeline (Summer 2018 to Summer 2020): scooter launch/pilot program began, launch of survey/website/email, State Legislation, five vendors in operation, draft ordinance, additional surveys conducted, updated ordinance, and eventual ordinance adoption • Next steps (post ordinance adoption): competitive process to limit up to two vendors, fee adoption, contracting, provide resources to run program and develop performance monitoring/reporting, and continue to listen/observe/adapt • Fee structuring options: flat up-front fee, per ride fee, or hybrid (smaller up-front fee plus a per ride fee – City recommended) • Accountability: competitive process for limited licenses, performance monitoring, annual renewal of contract, potential fines, incentives, etc. • Upcoming staffing needs Jennifer McGrath said a fee analysis was conducted and it was determined the program would cost between $150,000 to $200,000/year (to meet basic operating requirements/operate the program) and it would be helpful to receive direction from the Council on preference of a fee structure (per ride, hybrid, or up- front fee). #4. 4:04:20 PM Ordinance*: Zoning Text Amendment to Increase Building Height Limits in a Portion of the G-MU Zone Follow-up. MINUTES OF THE SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL WORK SESSION MEETING TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, 2020 20 - 6 The Council will receive a follow-up briefing about a request to increase the building heights within a portion of the G-MU (Gateway Mixed Use) zoning district from a current maximum of 120 feet up to 190 feet across portions of two separate blocks located between 500 West and the railroad tracks (approximately 625 West) and 200 South and 400 South. The applicant is requesting the change for a specific development project. *The Planning Commission forwarded a negative recommendation, therefore an ordinance has not been drafted. If the Council decides to approve the zone amendment, an ordinance would be drafted and considered for approval. View Attachments Russell Weeks introduced the proposal, indicated this was the Council’s third discussion on the issue, and explained the two motions presented to the Council. John Anderson provided clarification on the motions before the Council and indicated a straw poll would be helpful to know Council’s position and to begin working with the Attorneys Office to draft an ordinance. Straw Poll: Support for adoption of language originally written by the petitioner in a proposed ordinance to increase building heights within the geographic area proposed by the petitioner, along with a requirement that new construction of buildings within the geographic area be subject to design review and design review standards set out in Salt Lake City Municipal Code 21A.59.050, and for the Administration to initiate a study of building heights in the greater downtown, starting with the Station Center and North Temple Street areas, followed by areas identified for transit-oriented development, and then by areas that made up the greater downtown generally defined by the existing D-1, D-2, D-3, D-4 and G-MU zoning districts. All Council Members were in favor. Nick Norris provided information regarding the GMU zone ground floor use requirements, and said the proposed area was not yet included on the zoning map (zoning was changed recently), and also indicated a review could be made regarding design review/ground floor uses and forwarded to the Council. #5. Tentative Break (no break) #6.4:23:30 PM Resolution: Capital Improvement Program Projects Follow-up. The Council will receive a follow-up briefing about a MINUTES OF THE SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL WORK SESSION MEETING TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, 2020 20 - 7 resolution for project funding allocations in the Capital Improvement Program (CIP), which involves the construction, purchase or renovation of buildings, parks, streets or other physical structures. Generally, projects have a useful life of five or more years and cost $50,000 or more. View Attachments Benjamin Luedtke indicated this was the Council’s third briefing, tonight was the second public hearing, and the Council was set to take action on August 18, 2020. He said since the July 14 briefing, there was a potential future capital project (adding interior lighting to Jefferson Park). Councilmember Mano provided a summary regarding the Jefferson Park lighting and said there was a meeting between the Parks Department and the community a few weeks ago where suggestions were made on how more lighting could be added to the park in conjunction with a new walking path (as ways to make the park safer). He said this project had the potential to be appropriate for parks impact fees. He added the lack of lighting in the area had become an increasing concern among the community, and it was within the City’s consideration to provide lighting and help the neighborhood. Councilmember Fowler expressed frustration with the CIP process this year and said she was not opposed to the Jefferson Park project but noted no other potential projects were funded this year and she could not be supportive of adding this project to the current CIP. Councilmember Mano explained that the Parks Department came to the community with specific lighting options and asked the community for their input. He said this project would require a budget amendment or CIP funding. Councilmember Johnston inquired if utilities knew of the cost to install lighting on existing light poles on Paramount Street, and if funding for it could be found in the existing budget, the mitigation budget, or any other existing budgets as a stop gap measure as budget openings go forward. Jennifer Bruno said there were a few available paths (all ending in Council action) and it would either require an allocation of General Fund dollars, a budget amendment within the Public Utilities street lighting fund, or a public benefit analysis. Councilmember Wharton inquired how it might make more sense to go with the CIP process or a budget amendment (from a budgetary MINUTES OF THE SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL WORK SESSION MEETING TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, 2020 20 - 8 standpoint). Ms. Bruno said one benefit of the CIP process was it received review by a citizen review committee. Cindy Gust-Jenson added that the City preferred projects like this go through the CIP process, however; this one might have excess needs that justified additional funding from other sources and it would be up to the Council to discuss/decide where the funding came from. Jennifer McGrath alerted the Council that issues might arise with moving projects forward if funding was not allocated (delaying until Fall or later), impacting the ability to move forward with studies, placing projects out for bid (for completing engineering work), etc. #7.4:49:38 PM Informational: Municipal Renewable Energy Project Update. The Council will receive a briefing about the Administration’s recent efforts to align more City operations with renewable energy resources. The update primarily includes a solar project opportunity and City financial impacts for repowering municipal electricity needs with renewable energy. View Attachments Councilmember Wharton said he would move this item to a written briefing. No discussion was held. #8.4:50:40 PM Ordinance: Vegetation Reduction Permits for Wildfire Mitigation Follow-up. The Council will receive a follow- up briefing about a proposal for a new permit program that would allow qualifying residents to reduce vegetation on a strip of City- owned open lands adjacent to their properties to reduce potential wildfire fuel sources. Only properties managed by the Parks and Public Lands Division, such as the Foothills Natural Area or the Jordan River Parkway, would be eligible. The proposal seeks to strike a balance between the City’s limited budget for public lands management and the concerns of some residents about the risk of wildfires spreading to their properties. View Attachments Allison Rowland introduced the proposal, indicated a public hearing date would be set tonight (September 15, 2020), and potential action would be on October 6, 2020. Lewis Kogan briefed the Council regarding: • History of the proposal; • Multiple requests being received from the community for permission to conduct vegetation removal; MINUTES OF THE SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL WORK SESSION MEETING TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, 2020 20 - 9 • No previous mechanism to permit/allow vegetation removal to occur; • Importance of considering wildlife habitat, recreation, scenic values, etc. in conjunction with fire mitigation; • Permit program being available to any private homeowner who lived immediately adjacent to a property that was managed by Salt Lake City Public Lands (parks or natural areas); and • Limits on vegetation removal (Foothills up to 30 feet from property boundary and up to 5 feet in urban areas from property boundary). #9.4:57:57 PM Advice and Consent: Salt Lake City Economic Development Director – Ben Kolendar. The Council will interview Ben Kolendar prior to considering his appointment as Director of the Economic Development Department. View Attachments Councilmember Wharton said Mr. Kolendar’s name was on the Consent Agenda for formal consideration. #10.5:09:38 PM Advice and Consent: Chief Human Resources Officer – Debra Alexander. The Council will interview Debra Alexander prior to considering her appointment as the Chief Human Resources Officer. View Attachments Councilmember Wharton said Ms. Alexander’s name was on the Consent Agenda for formal consideration. #11. 5:27:31 PM Board Appointment: Utah Performing Arts Center Agency (UPACA) – Danny Walz. The Council will interview Danny Walz prior to considering his appointment to the Utah Performing Arts Center Agency (UPACA) for a term ending August 11, 2024. View Attachments Councilmember Wharton said Mr. Walz’s name was on the Consent Agenda for formal consideration. #12. 5:30:21 PM Board Appointment: Business Advisory Board – Alfonso Brito. The Council will interview Alfonso Brito prior to considering his appointment to the Business Advisory Board for a term ending December 30, 2024. View Attachments Councilmember Wharton said Mr. Brito’s name was on the Consent Agenda for formal consideration. MINUTES OF THE SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL WORK SESSION MEETING TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, 2020 20 - 10 #13. 5:34:11 PM Informational: Update on Sustainability Projects for Quarter 3 Fiscal Year 2019-2020 The Council will receive a written briefing from the City’s Sustainability Department about the quarter three status of Sustainability Projects approved in the Fiscal Year 2019-20 budget, as of June 2020. View Attachments Written briefing only. #14. 5:34:16 PM REPORT OF THE CHAIR AND VICE CHAIR. No discussion was held. #15. 5:34:24 PM REPORT OF THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, INCLUDING A REVIEW OF COUNCIL INFORMATION ITEMS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS. The Council may give feedback or staff direction on any item related to City Council business, including but not limited to scheduling items. No discussion was held. #16. 7:10:05 PM CONSIDER A MOTION TO ENTER INTO CLOSED SESSION, IN KEEPING WITH UTAH CODE §52-4-205 FOR ANY ALLOWED PURPOSE. Councilmember Fowler moved and Councilmember Johnston seconded to enter into Closed Session to discuss pending or reasonably imminent litigation pursuant to Utah Code §52-4- 205(1)(c); and Advice of Counsel, Utah Open and Public Meetings Law. A roll call vote was taken. Council Members Johnston, Wharton, Mano, Valdemoros, Dugan, Fowler, and Rogers voted aye. See File M 20-1 for Sworn Statement. In Attendance: Council Members Johnston, Valdemoros, Wharton, Fowler, Rogers, Dugan, and Mano. Others in Attendance: Cindy Gust-Jenson, Jennifer Bruno, Lehua Weaver, Lisa Shaffer, Amanda Lau, Benjamin Luedtke, Katherine Lewis, Mark Kittrell, Rachel Otto, Allison Rowland, Robert Nutzman, Samuel Owen, DeeDee Robinson, and Scott Crandall. The Work Session meeting adjourned at 5:35 p.m. The Closed Session adjourned at 8:14 p.m. MINUTES OF THE SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL WORK SESSION MEETING TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, 2020 20 - 11 _______________________________ COUNCIL CHAIR _______________________________ CITY RECORDER This document is not intended to serve as a full transcript as other items may have been discussed; please refer to the audio or video for entire content pursuant to Utah Code §52-4-203(2)(b). This document along with the digital recording constitute the official minutes of the City Council Work Session meeting held August 11, 2020. sc/dr MINUTES OF THE SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL FORMAL MEETING TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2020 20 - 1 The City Council of Salt Lake City, Utah, met in an electronic Formal Session on Tuesday, December 8, 2020 pursuant to the Chair’s determination and Salt Lake City Emergency Proclamation No. 2 of 2020 (2)(b). The following Council Members were in attendance: Chris Wharton James Rogers Andrew Johnston Daniel Dugan Darin Mano Amy Fowler The following Councilmember was absent: Analia Valdemoros Cindy Gust-Jenson, Council Executive Director; Jennifer Bruno, Council Executive Deputy Director; Erin Mendenhall, Mayor; Mary Beth Thompson, Chief Financial Officer; Lehua Weaver, Associate Council Deputy Director; Laura Briefer, Public Utilities Director; Sam Owen, Council Public Policy Analyst; Brian Fullmer, Council Constituent Liaison/Policy Analyst; Benjamin Luedtke, Council Public Policy Analyst; Robert Nutzman, Council Administrative Assistant; Ben Kolendar, Economic Development Deputy Director; Amanda Lau, Council Public Engagement/Communications Specialist; Cindy Lou Trishman, City Recorder; and Kory Solorio, Assistant City Recorder participated electronically. The meeting was called to order at 7:03 p.m. A. OPENING CEREMONY #1. Councilmember Chris Wharton conducted the formal meeting. #2. 7:03:40 PM Pledge of Allegiance. (A moment of silence was held while the American Flag/Anthem was displayed on the screen.) #3. 7:05:23 PM Welcome and Public Meeting rules. #4. 7:05:40 PM Recognition of City Councilmember Chris Wharton for his service to Salt Lake City as 2020 Council Chair. Councilmember Johnston expressed appreciation to Councilmember Wharton for his contributions and accomplishments as Council Chair over the past year and presented him with a gift. B. PUBLIC HEARINGS 7:19:40 PM NONE. MINUTES OF THE SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL FORMAL MEETING TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2020 20 - 2 C. POTENTIAL ACTION ITEMS #1. 7:19:56 PM Resolution: 2020 Salt Lake City Water Conservation Plan The Council will consider adopting a resolution that would adopt the Department of Public Utilities’ 2020 City Water Conservation Plan. The updated plan was developed per the State’s Conservation Plan Act, in addition to other State and regional guidelines and industry best practices. Guidelines for plan development, as well as requirements in the conservation plans, include: • Water supply; • Historical water demand; • Water conservation goals; • Conservation program information; and • Adoption or approval by each water provider's governing body. The State Conservation Plan Act requires all water providers with more than 5,000 connections to submit a water conservation plan to the State every five years for review and approval. Implementation of the Water Conservation Program is included in the Public Utilities proposed budget each year. View Attachments Councilmember Rogers moved and Councilmember Fowler seconded to adopt Resolution 41 of 2020, adopting the 2020 Salt Lake City Water Conservation Plan, which motion carried, all members present voted aye (roll call). (T 20-5) #2. 7:20:59 PM Ordinance: Street Vacation Near 800 N and Warm Springs Road The Council will consider adopting an ordinance that would close a portion of 800 North Street adjacent to I-15 and Warm Springs Road. The applicant owns the property to the north and proposes that the vacated area will be split between the owners to the north and south. The closure will not impact traffic or access. The subject right-of-way is no longer used as a roadway and is generally unoccupied. Petition No. PLNPCM2019- 00824. View Attachments Councilmember Dugan moved and Councilmember Fowler seconded to adopt Motion 1 (adopt with deed restriction). Councilmember Rogers recused himself from the vote and clarified he did not own a billboard company. Motion 1 (adopt with deed restriction): The City has had a long-standing policy objective of protecting its viewshed, limiting the number of billboards within its boundaries, and MINUTES OF THE SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL FORMAL MEETING TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2020 20 - 3 ensuring that City-owned property was developed to achieve those policy objectives. I move that the Council formalize a specific policy ensuring that City-owned property located in viewshed areas or adjacent to critical gateway areas of the City, will include a restriction on billboards, and that restriction will run with the land and be recorded prior to disposition of that property. Based on those longstanding policy objectives, and based on the Council’s desire to formalize this policy prior to disposition of City- owned property; I further move that the Council adopt Ordinance 55 of 2020, vacating the property subject to the Administration recording a deed restriction before selling the property that stipulates billboards are not allowed on the property and that the condition runs with the land, which motion carried, all members present voted aye, except Councilmember Rogers who was recused (roll call). (P 20-24) #3. 7:23:16 PM Ordinance: Dockless Shared Mobility The Council will consider adopting an ordinance that would regulate the use of electric scooters and other dockless, shared mobility devices in the City. The Council would also consider amending the Consolidated Fee Schedule as part of the dockless shared mobility device ordinance. Currently, dockless scooter companies operate under temporary operating agreements until an ordinance is passed. The latest version of a draft ordinance was sent to the Council in March 2020. The updated ordinance incorporates some feedback and concerns including additional requirements for safety features, insurance requirement changes, and language to better differentiate between scooters and devices – motorized or otherwise – used by individuals with reduced or specialized mobility, among other changes. View Attachments Councilmember Mano moved and Councilmember Dugan seconded to adopt Ordinance 56 of 2020, which motion carried, all members present voted aye (roll call). (O 20-12) #4. 7:24:17 PM Ordinances: Creating an Appeal Hearing Officer System by Repealing Civil Service Commission and Employee Appeals Board The Council will consider adopting two ordinances: 1. One would repeal City Code Chapter 2.16 (the Civil Service Commission ordinance), amend the entirety of City Code 2.24 (the Employee Appeals Board ordinance) and replace both the Civil Service Commission and the Employee Appeals Board with an appeal hearing officer system. 2. One would enact Chapter 2.98 Competitive Merit-based Recruitment and Promotion Processes in the Fire Department and the Police Department. MINUTES OF THE SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL FORMAL MEETING TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2020 20 - 4 The numbering of City Code 2.24 would remain the same, however the entire text would be replaced with the new hearing officer system for all eligible employee appeals. View Attachments Councilmember Johnston moved and Councilmember Fowler seconded to adopt Ordinance 57 of 2020 repealing City Code 2.16 and amending the entirety of City Code 2.24, and Ordinance 58 of 2020 enacting Chapter 2.98 Competitive Merit-based Recruitment and Promotion Processes in the Fire Department and the Police Department, which motion carried, all members present voted aye (roll call). Staff note: The numbering of City Code 2.24 would remain the same; however, the entire text would be replaced with the new hearing officer system for all eligible employee appeals. (O 20-18) #5. 7:25:26 PM Ordinance: Budget Amendment No. 5 for Fiscal Year 2020-21 The Council will consider adopting an ordinance that would amend the final budget of Salt Lake City, including the employment staffing document, for Fiscal Year 2020-21. Budget amendments happen several times each year to reflect adjustments to the City’s budgets, including proposed project additions and modifications. The proposal includes: • accepting $7.1 million in U.S. Housing and Urban Development (HUD) • CARES Act grants which will be awarded to specific community organizations through a separate, open, and competitive process; • adding temporary lighting near homeless resource centers; • repairs to City sidewalks damaged during the September 8 windstorm; • demolition of the Glendale water park; • $20.5 million from the next issuance of the $87 million voter- approved Streets Reconstruction Bond; • and other items. View Attachments Cindy Gust-Jenson stated the Administration had some budget amendment items needing to be processed in a timely manner. She said the best way to handle this was to set briefing and public hearing dates for January 5, 2021 and January 12, 2021, in order to begin advertising for the public hearings. She said the Council would receive the transmittal in the next several days. Councilmember Fowler moved and Councilmember Johnston seconded to adopt an ordinance, amending the Fiscal Year 2020-2021 final budget of Salt Lake City including the employment staffing document as requested by the Administration. She further moved that the Council schedule a budget opening to set public hearing dates on January 5, 2021 and January MINUTES OF THE SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL FORMAL MEETING TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2020 20 - 5 12, 2021 for time sensitive budget items the Administration would provide to the Council and Recorder’s Office no later than December 17, 2020. Robert Nutzman stated the January 12, 2021 meeting date would need to be corrected to January 19, 2021, because there was not a formal meeting scheduled for January 12, 2021. The original motion was amended. Councilmember Fowler moved and Councilmember Johnston seconded to adopt an ordinance, amending the Fiscal Year 2020-2021 final budget of Salt Lake City including the employment staffing document as requested by the Administration. She further moved that the Council schedule a budget opening to set public hearing dates on January 5, 2021 and January 19, 2021 for time sensitive budget items the Administration would provide to the Council and Recorder’s Office no later than December 17, 2020, which motion carried, all members present voted aye (roll call). 7:56:01 PM Jennifer Bruno explained the Attorney’s office communicated with Staff and the motion sheet approved earlier for Budget Amendment No. 5 did not reflect the Council’s straw polls supporting positions in the Attorney’s office. She said the motion sheet was being corrected to reflect the straw polls with the correct amounts. 7:58:27 PM Councilmember Fowler moved and Councilmember Dugan seconded to reconsider agenda item C-5 for Budget Amendment No. 5, which motion carried, all members present voted aye (roll call). 8:00:37 PM Councilmember Fowler moved and Councilmember Dugan seconded to renew her motion regarding Budget Amendment No. 5. and the Council adopt Ordinance 59 of 2020, amending the Fiscal Year 2020-2021 final budget of Salt Lake City including the employment staffing document as requested by the Administration. She further moved that the Council schedule a budget opening to set the public hearing dates on January 5, 2021 and January 19, 2021 for time sensitive budget items the Administration would provide to the Council and Recorder’s Office no later than December 17, 2020, which motion carried, all members present voted aye (roll call). Staff note: Council Members did not need to read the individual items being approved below; they were listed for reference. Also, the Budget Amendment No. 6 public hearings referenced in the optional motion would be held on January 5, 2021 and January 19, 2021. A-1: Animal Services Contract – ($44,192 – General Fund) A-1: Animal Services Contract – ($44,192 – General Fund) A-2: Sustainability Department Pickup Truck – ($55,000 – Refuse Fund) MINUTES OF THE SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL FORMAL MEETING TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2020 20 - 6 A-3: Sustainability Department Refuse Packers – ($2,642,500 – Refuse Fund) A-4: Funding for Vice-Presidential Debate – ($315,944 – General Fund) A-5: CARES Act Funding for HUD – ($7,138,203 – CARES HUD CV Funds) A-6: Consumer Protection Analyst – Finance Department – ($-0-) A-7: Economic Development Director Funding – ($34,878 – General Fund) A-10: Temporary Lighting near the Homeless Resource Centers – ($33,000 – General Fund) A-11: DAQ Lawnmower Exchange – ($250,000 – General Fund) A-12: Attorney’s Office New Positions – ($426,482 – General Fund) A-14: 50% Renewable Energy for Municipal Operations Project – ($45,000 – Refuse Fund) A-15: Restore HR Deputy Director Position – ($81,317 – General Fund and $14,350 – Risk Fund) A-16: Restore Contract Specialist Funding – ($20,892 – General Fund) A-17: Right-of-Way Repairs from Windstorm – ($662,500 – General Fund) A-18: Water Park Demolition/Fencing/Security – ($855,000 – General Fund) C-1: U.S. Department of Justice, FY 2020 COPS Hiring Grant – ($1,250,000 – Grant Funds) D-1: Camera Activation for Fleet ($93,000 – Fleet Fund) D-2: Reduction of Budget for General Obligation Series 2010A & 2020A ($1,987,955 - Debt Service and $1,871,000 - Debt Service) D-3: General Obligation 2020A Streets Reconstruction Bond ($20.5 million from Bond Issuance of which: $2.7 million for 300 West, $15.57 million for local streets and $2.23 million cost of issuance and contingency) D-5: FY 2021 CIP Landfill Construction and Planning Projects ($15,000,000 – CIP Fund) D-6: HUD Grant Recaptures ($37,535 from Misc. Grants and $1,250,212 from CDBG) E-1: National Recreation & Parks Association, Parks as Nutritional Hubs ($80,000 - CIP) Section G: Council Consent Agenda – Grant Awards Note: These items previously appeared on the Council’s formal meeting Consent Agenda. (B 20-12) D. COMMENTS #1. 7:28:22 PM Questions to the Mayor from the City Council. MINUTES OF THE SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL FORMAL MEETING TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2020 20 - 7 Councilmember Fowler took a moment of personal privilege and acknowledged the great job Mayor Mendenhall did this year and thanked her for her leadership. #2. 7:32:22 PM Comments to the City Council. Note: Councilmember Wharton reiterated standards/rules of decorum for public comment. Pamela Starley commented that her and many of her neighbors had discussed some development projects and expressed disillusion and frustration concerning developers in transitional zones. She asked the Council to make modifications to zoning allowances such as parking, roof heights, and other things that impact areas in transitional zones. Shane Curtis spoke about the Fleet Block. He said this was a chance to make an artistic statement and suggested commissioning art representing equality. Cindy Cromer spoke about equity, the Council addressing equality in housing, and her role as a landlord and the opportunities for equitable transactions with her tenants. She suggested the Council construct the safety net for housing first, before addressed equality in housing. Anne Charles reiterated her comments from a prior Council meeting about the Raise Up Salt Lake City Fund and not being able to find an application online. She talked about accessibility of online platforms suggesting minor adjustments could make it easier for people to get involved. Councilmember Wharton requested Staff obtain Ms. Charles’ contact information and provide her with the requested information. He also stated that after her comments last week, Staff was working on making updates to the website to make it more user friendly. Georgie Corkery said she worked at a high school directly downwind from where the Inland Port was being constructed and expressed frustration about the construction not being done in a sustainable fashion (despite claims from the Utah Inland Port Authority that this would be the world’s first green port). Emily Alworth commented about how well the WebEx platform was working and the opportunities it provided for accessibility/flexibility. She said it was a great way for people to get involved and hoped it would be possible to continue to incorporate WebEx post-COVID, to continue community outreach/engagement and to lessen vehicle emissions (due to climate change). MINUTES OF THE SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL FORMAL MEETING TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2020 20 - 8 Shane Brooks spoke about the Fleet Block and not rezoning the murals of victims from police brutality. He also commented about the opening/pop-up of an emergency shelter for the homeless last winter. He asked why that was not happening this year, instead of the unsheltered being pushed around by Police Officers and having their items taken away. George Chapman commented about the Fleet Block, suggesting the consideration of making it into a park, and asked why the City was not asking companies in Utah to contribute. He spoke about Utah Transit Authority (UTA) providing more services (specifically on the west side) as promised with the increase of taxes. He also talked about UTA and property owners paying for a Trax station at 650 South. Gina Thayne commented about the Fleet Block saying she stood firm about keeping the murals there as a constant reminder. She said it brought the community together, was a healing process, continued the legacy, and reminded the City of the things needed to move forward. E. NEW BUSINESS #1. 8:02:11 PM Motion: Meeting Remotely Without an Anchor Location The Council will consider a motion to ratify the determination that the Council will continue to meet remotely and without an anchor location under HB5002. View Attachments Councilmember Fowler moved and Councilmember Johnston seconded to ratify the motion, which motion carried, all members present voted aye (roll call). (G 20-9) #2. 8:06:32 PM Resolution: Local Emergency Declaration Extension – COVID-19 The Council will consider adopting a resolution that would extend the Mayor’s March 10 proclamation declaring a local emergency relating to COVID-19 (coronavirus). The Council’s most recent extension of the local emergency relating to COVID-19 terminates December 9, 2020. View Attachments Councilmember Rogers moved and Councilmember Fowler seconded to adopt Resolution 42 of 2020, extending a proclamation declaring a local emergency relating to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic, until February 3, 2021, which motion carried, all members present voted aye (roll call). (R 20-5) #3. 8:03:01 PM Resolution: Local Emergency Declaration Extension – Windstorm MINUTES OF THE SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL FORMAL MEETING TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2020 20 - 9 The Council will consider adopting a resolution that would extend the Mayor’s September 8, 2020 proclamation declaring a local emergency relating to the windstorm. The Council’s most recent extension of the local emergency relating to the windstorm terminates December 9, 2020. View Attachments Councilmember Johnston moved and Councilmember Mano seconded to adopt Resolution 43 of 2020, extending a proclamation declaring a local emergency relating to the Windstorm until February 3, 2021, which motion carried, all members present voted aye (roll call). (R 20-13) #4. 8:05:12 PM Resolution: Local Emergency Declaration Extension – Magnitude 5.7 Earthquake The Council will consider adopting a resolution that would extend the Mayor’s March 18 proclamation declaring a local emergency relating to a magnitude 5.7 earthquake. The Council’s most recent extension of the local emergency relating to the earthquake terminates December 9, 2020. View Attachments Councilmember Rogers moved and Councilmember Mano seconded to adopt Resolution 44 of 2020, extending a proclamation declaring a local emergency relating to a magnitude 5.7 earthquake, until February 3, 2021, which motion carried, all members present voted aye (roll call). (R 20-6) F. UNFINISHED BUSINESS #1. 8:07:55 PM Joint City Council-Mayor Resolution: Establishing Electrified Transportation Goals The Council will consider adopting a joint resolution with Mayor Mendenhall that would establish goals to improve air quality and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The focus of the resolution is electrification of transportation modes that otherwise heavily rely on gasoline, diesel or natural gas (rather than the broader scope of “travelwise” strategies such as walking, biking or teleworking). If approved, the resolution would memorialize Administration and Council commitment, and provide direction for City departments and divisions to collaborate on transportation strategies that will improve air quality and reduce carbon emissions. View Attachments Councilmember Fowler moved and Councilmember Dugan seconded to adopt Resolution 45 of 2020, establishing electrified transportation goals, which motion carried, all members present voted aye (roll call). (R 20-16) MINUTES OF THE SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL FORMAL MEETING TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2020 20 - 10 #2. 8:08:48 PM Ordinance: Proposed Changes to the Police Civilian Review Board The Council will consider adopting ordinance changes to the Police Civilian Review Board (known as the PCRB or the CRB). The ordinance outlines independent civilian oversight of police conduct in specific cases through complaint review processes, and also recommends changes to Police Department policy and procedures. Changes could include expanding the size of the Board, reducing barriers to serving on the Board, and mandating an annual briefing to the Council, among other changes. View Attachments Councilmember Johnston moved and Councilmember Fowler seconded to adopt Ordinance 60 of 2020, with the changes and legislative intents listed in Attachment 1, which motion carried, all members present voted aye (roll call). Attachment 1 - Amendments to the Council’s Police Civilian Review Board, and Related Legislative Intents: Ordinance changes 1. Amend City ordinance to extend the period for which to file a complaint with CRB to 60 business days after filing with the Police Department. 2. Amend City ordinance to allow appointment to the CRB of people with criminal records in their past, provided they have completed their sentences and can pass a State background check at the level necessary to meet their training requirements. 3. Amend City ordinance to ensure that all panels include at least five Board Members, rather than the minimum of three currently permitted. 4. Amend City ordinance to expand CRB membership to 21 members, with three members representing each district. 5. Amend City ordinance to require a majority of sitting CRB members to participate in any complaint regarding Officer Involved Critical Incidents (OICIs). 6. Amend City ordinance to require an annual Council briefing about recommendations formulated by the CRB during the preceding 12 months. Legislative Intents 1. The Council intends that the Administration provide an adequate workspace for panel discussions, equipped for social distancing and to allow confidential police body-worn camera footage be shown to the group. 2. The Council intends that the Administration expand efforts to raise the public stature of the CRB by providing communications MINUTES OF THE SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL FORMAL MEETING TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2020 20 - 11 staff, or the opportunity to contract with a private firm for this purpose. 3. The Council intends that the Administration design a succession plan for the Administrator/Investigator position. 4. The Council intends that the Administration explore additional mechanisms to increase transparency and accountability related to independent, on-going auditing of Police Department body-worn camera footage, and that future modifications may be made to the ordinance to codify these mechanisms. 5. The Council intends that the Administration explore the question of providing honoraria to members of some or all members of City Boards and Commissions. This change would be made to the general section of the Boards and Commissions ordinance, and no stipend would be provided to members before discussion of this proposed ordinance is complete. (O 20-20) G. CONSENT 8:09:46 PM Councilmember Rogers moved and Councilmember Johnston seconded to approve the Consent Agenda, which motion carried, all members present voted aye (roll call). #1. Ordinance: Amendment to Require Notice for Permits to Work in the Public Way The Council will set the date of Tuesday, January 19, 2021 to accept public comment and consider adopting an ordinance amendment that would require notice to adjacent property owners for permits for above-ground work in the public way. (O 20-21) #2. Board Reappointment: Parks, Natural Lands, Urban Forestry, and Trails (PNUT) Advisory Board – Brianna Binnebose The Council will consider approving the reappointment of Brianna Binnebose to the PNUT Advisory Board for a term ending May 7, 2022. Brianna was originally appointed to serve an At-Large seat. The Administration would like to reappoint her to serve the remainder of her first term as the D5 representative. View Attachments (I 20-23) #3. Board Appointment: Housing Advisory and Appeals Board – Katie Sims (formerly Fredrickson) The Council will consider approving the appointment of Katie Sims (formerly Fredrickson) to the Housing Advisory and Appeals Board for a term ending December 31, 2024. View Attachments (I 20-33) MINUTES OF THE SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL FORMAL MEETING TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2020 20 - 12 #4. Board Appointment: Housing Advisory and Appeals Board – Carrie Eschler The Council will consider approving the appointment of Carrie Eschler to the Housing Advisory and Appeals Board for a term ending December 31, 2024. View Attachments (I 20-33) #5. Board Appointment: Housing Advisory and Appeals Board – Sara Hart The Council will consider approving the appointment of Sara Hart to the Housing Advisory and Appeals Board for a term ending December 31, 2024. View Attachments (I 20-33) The meeting adjourned at 8:11 p.m. ______________________________ Council Chair ______________________________ City Recorder This document is not intended to serve as a full transcript as additional discussion may have been held; please refer to the audio or video for entire content pursuant to Utah Code §52-4-203(2)(b). This document along with the digital recording constitute the official minutes of the Salt Lake City Formal Session held December 8, 2020. ks MINUTES OF THE SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL SPECIAL LIMITED FORMAL MEETING FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2020 20 - 1 The City Council of Salt Lake City, Utah, met in an electronic Special Limited Formal Session on Friday, December 11, 2020 pursuant to the Chair’s determination and Salt Lake City Emergency Proclamation No. 2 of 2020 (2)(b). The following Council Members were in virtual attendance: Chris Wharton James Rogers Andrew Johnston Daniel Dugan Darin Mano Amy Fowler Analia Valdemoros Cindy Gust-Jenson, Council Executive Director; Jennifer Bruno, Council Executive Deputy Director; Rachel Otto, Mayor’s Chief of Staff; Katherine Lewis, City Attorney; Benjamin Luedtke, Council Policy Analyst; Blake Thomas, Community & Neighborhood Department Director; Dan Rip, HAND Policy & Program Manager; David Litvack, Mayor’s Senior Advisor; Elizabeth Buehler, Civic Engagement Manager; Jennifer McGrath, Community & Neighborhood Deputy Director; Joel Paterson, Planning Programs Supervisor; JP Goates, HAND Policy & Program Manager; Lehua Weaver, Council Associate Deputy Director; Lindsey Nikola, Mayor’s Communications Director; Lisa Shaffer, Chief Administrative Officer; Lorna Vogt, Public Services Director; Michelle Hoon, Homeless Services Project Manager; Mike Brown, Chief of Police; Nick Tarbet, Council Senior Public Policy Analyst; Olga Crump, Real Property Agent; Paul Nielson, Senior City Attorney; Russell Weeks, Council Senior Advisor; Samuel Owen, Council Public Policy Analyst; Shellie Finan, Real Property Manager; Tracey Fletcher, Assistant to the Council Executive Director; Amanda Lau, Council Public Engagement/Communications Specialist; and Cindy Lou Trishman, City Recorder were also in virtual attendance. The meeting was called to order at 2:38 p.m. A. OPENING CEREMONY #1. 2:38:00 PM Councilmember Wharton conducted the formal meeting. B. PUBLIC HEARINGS None. C. POTENTIAL ACTION ITEMS None. D. COMMENTS None. MINUTES OF THE SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL SPECIAL LIMITED FORMAL MEETING FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2020 20 - 2 E. NEW BUSINESS #1. 2:38:51 PM Ordinance: Temporary Zoning Regulations Authorizing Temporary Overflow Homeless Shelter Use at approximately 2333 West North Temple The Council will consider adopting an ordinance enacting a temporary land use regulation to allow a temporary overflow homeless shelter at approximately 2333 West North Temple. View Attachment Councilmember Johnston moved and Councilmember Fowler seconded to adopt Ordinance 61 of 2020, enacting a temporary zoning regulation authorizing an overflow homeless shelter use at approximately 2333 West North Temple. Councilmember Valdemoros asked for clarification regarding the length of the temporary regulation. Katherine Lewis said temporary regulations were typically valid for up to six months. She said this one was scheduled to expire on April 15, 2021. Councilmember Wharton called for the question, which motion carried, all members voted aye (roll call). Council Members Valdemoros, Johnston, Rogers, and Wharton took a moment of personal privilege to comment on the proposal. Councilmember Valdemoros (summary of comments): Councilmember Valdemoros stated the Council was again considering approval of an emergency shelter at the 11th hour (despite efforts to find solutions throughout the year), and there was hope the Council would not be having this same conversation as Salt Lake City (SLC) has participated in above and beyond measures. She expressed gratitude to Millcreek Mayor Silvestrini for his efforts/leadership in hosting a winter shelter and appreciation for those joining the effort and utilizing opportunities to help people struggling with mental health issues, drug addiction, living in encampments, etc., and it was now a moral obligation to provide shelter and keep individuals from freezing. Councilmember Valdemoros encouraged community leaders and residents to be engaged in compassionate service and for leaders to help carry the burden of hosting emergency facilities and provide resources needed to address issues contributing to chronic homelessness. She stated that homelessness was not only an issue for SLC and the ongoing requests for State leadership, neighboring cities and counties to get involved in the efforts will address the humanitarian crisis. Councilmember Johnston provided a written statement (summary of comments): Councilmember Johnston expressed gratitude to the Mayor, the Council and Staff for supporting the ordinance, gratitude to Millcreek, MINUTES OF THE SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL SPECIAL LIMITED FORMAL MEETING FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2020 20 - 3 Midvale, and South Salt Lake for hosting homeless resource facilities, sharing that community members often blame the City for causing and/or not fixing the issues while overflow shelters remain desperately needed. Councilmember Johnston expressed anger and frustration to the blatant inequity being highlighted by the situation. He continued that with the temporary shelter being located between two of the lowest areas of opportunity in the City, where a devastating impact of COVID-19 already existed in the communities and neighborhoods, and the continued healthcare disparities between the poor and affluent communities the westside neighborhoods continue as an economical and socially marginalized area with persistent discrimination. Councilmember Johnston stated that SLC does not have enough resources for the County’s unsheltered residents and was currently hosting 7 of 10 homeless service sites (all effectively located west of State Street) and the City remains responsible to make the unconscionable choice between standing up for neighborhoods or letting people freeze on City streets. Councilmember Johnston concluded that the City’s continued willingness to address the difficult and unfair situations was evident and it was well past time for other leaders to do the same. Councilmember Rogers (summary of comments): Councilmember Rogers shared that the proposal impacts Districts 1 and 2 equally (westside being impacted by new prison, Inland Port development, homeless issues, etc.) and the Council continuing to clean-up a situation created by circumstances not created by the efforts of the City. He continued that with increasing problems along North Temple, the shelter opening, decreasing revenues impacting police and response times, the City’s westside was continually impacted by outside issues. Councilmember Rogers shared that the current Council has been the most outspoken about the creation of westside opportunities, and the necessary discussions to actively stop the ongoing burdens being placed on the westside. Councilmember Rogers added that with the upcoming budget season the Council will need to seriously discuss funding and find creative ways to address the issues which are continually being concentrated on the westside. Councilmember Wharton (summary of comments): Councilmember Wharton stated that the ordinance was not fair or aligned with the desires of the community - safer streets, parks, trails, equitable housing, support for small business, Grande Boulevard, etc., and discussion regarding funding to mitigate impacts and resident expectations must occur. He included that the proposal was not fair to SLC and particularly to the traditionally underserved westside communities who were expected to continue to shoulder the burden of a Statewide crisis. Councilmember Wharton included that the City faces the need to act to prevent people from freezing to death, but also needs the State and other Wasatch Front municipalities to engage in the humanitarian effort. Councilmember MINUTES OF THE SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL SPECIAL LIMITED FORMAL MEETING FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2020 20 - 4 Wharton said he would continue to meet with North Temple residents, along with others, to try and help the community understand why the Council made this decision. (O 20-22) F. UNFINISHED BUSINESS None. G. CONSENT None. The meeting adjourned at 2:59 p.m. ______________________________ Council Chair ______________________________ City Recorder This document is not intended to serve as a full transcript as additional discussion may have been held; please refer to the audio or video for entire content pursuant to Utah Code §52-4-203(2)(b). This document along with the digital recording constitute the official minutes of the Salt Lake City Special Limited Formal Session held December 11, 2020. clt Items B1-B3 Page 1 MOTION SHEET CITY COUNCIL of SALT LAKE CITY TO:City Council Members FROM: Sylvia Richards, Policy Analyst DATE:January 19, 2021 RE: MOTION SHEET FOR GRANT PUBLIC HEARINGS The Council will hold a Public Hearing and receive public comment on Grant Application Items B-1 through B-3. After the end of public comment, the Council may consider the following motion: Motion 1 – Close and Refer I move that the Council close the Public Hearing and refer Items B-1 through B-3 to a future Consent Agenda for action. Project Timeline: Public Hearing: Jan. 19, 2021 Potential Action: TBD CITY COUNCIL OF SALT LAKE CITY 451 SOUTH STATE STREET, ROOM 304 P.O. BOX 145476, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH 84114-5476 COUNCIL.SLCGOV.COM TEL 801-535-7600 FAX 801-535-7651 COUNCIL STAFF REPORT CITY COUNCIL of SALT LAKE CITY www.slccouncil.com/city-budget TO:City Council Members FROM: Sylvia Richards, Budget Analyst DATE: January 19, 2021 RE: PUBLIC HEARING FOR GRANT APPLICATION SUBMISSION PROJECT TIMELINE: Briefing: Not required. Set Date: Not required. Public Hearing: Jan. 19, 2021 Potential Action: TBD Council Sponsor: No sponsor / Budget item _________________________________________________________________ ISSUE AT-A-GLANCE The Administration has submitted three grant applications. In an effort to ensure that the City Council, Council staff and the public has adequate opportunity to see and comment on them, the grant application notifications will be included in the Council meeting agendas under Public Hearings. There won’t be a set date since this is not a required hearing. 1.2021 Jurisdictions with Halfway Houses and Parole Violator Centers Grant Purpose/Goal of the Grant: If awarded, the grant monies will be used to fund overtime for targeted enforcement operations, mental health team deployments and patrol shifts ($186,412). The Department would also purchase a van and equipment ($48,320) for the Public Order Unit to transport officers, protestors, visitors and residents. Note: This vehicle is not included in the Administration’s Fleet Plan. According to the transmittal, the Police Department proposes to include it during the FY22 budget process. The transmittal also indicates that during recent protests in downtown Salt Lake City, the Department rented vans to deploy team members, equipment and supplies. The Administration indicates the Department needs a permanent vehicle. Grant funds would also be used to purchase new wireless communication kits for motor officers’ helmets ($5,832), and to fund mobile surveillance trailer maintenance, repairs and supplies ($7,500). Grant Amount: $248,064 Requested by: Police Department Page | 2 Funding Agency: State of Utah, Commission of Criminal and Juvenile Justice Match Requirement: A match is not required. Staff Recommendation: Please refer to motion sheet. Gr ant Application Submission Notification Memo TO: Jennifer Bruno, Cindy Gust -Jenson, Rachel Otto, Lisa Shaffer, Mary Beth Thompson, Brijette Williams CC: Sarah Behrens, Mike Brown, Scott Crandall, Shellie Dietrich, Tim Doubt, Jan yce Fowles, Elizabeth Gerhart, Mark Kittrell, Jaysen Oldroyd, Melyn Osmond, Sylvia Richards, Linda Sanchez, Kory Solorio, Lehua Weaver FROM: J ordan Smith DATE: November 4, 2020 SUBJECT: 2021 Jurisdictions with Halfway House and Parole Violator Centers Grant FUNDING AGENCY: State of Utah, Commission of Criminal and Juvenile Justice GRANT PROGRAM: Jurisdictions with Halfway House and Parole Violator Centers Grant REQUESTED AMOUNT: $248,064 DEPARTMENT APPLYING: Police Department COLLABORATING AGENCIES: N/A DATE SUBMITTED: November 3, 2020 SPECIFICS:  E quipment/Supplies  Technical Assistance (Training)  Provides FTE Position  Existing  New  Overtime  Requires Funding After Grant Explanation: See grant explanation below.  Match Required:  In-Kind and/or  Cash GRANT DETAILS: The Salt Lake City Police Department is requesting funding for the following: • $186,412 – Overtime for targeted enforcement operations, mental health co-responder team deployments, and patrol shifts • $48,320 – Van for the Public Order Unit • $5,832 – Communication kits for officers assigned to the Motor Unit • $7,500 – Mobile surveillance trailer maintenance, repairs and supplies Items B1-B3 Page 1 MOTION SHEET CITY COUNCIL of SALT LAKE CITY TO:City Council Members FROM: Sylvia Richards, Policy Analyst DATE:January 19, 2021 RE: MOTION SHEET FOR GRANT PUBLIC HEARINGS The Council will hold a Public Hearing and receive public comment on Grant Application Items B-1 through B-3. After the end of public comment, the Council may consider the following motion: Motion 1 – Close and Refer I move that the Council close the Public Hearing and refer Items B-1 through B-3 to a future Consent Agenda for action. Project Timeline: Public Hearing: Jan. 19, 2021 Potential Action: TBD CITY COUNCIL OF SALT LAKE CITY 451 SOUTH STATE STREET, ROOM 304 P.O. BOX 145476, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH 84114-5476 COUNCIL.SLCGOV.COM TEL 801-535-7600 FAX 801-535-7651 COUNCIL STAFF REPORT CITY COUNCIL of SALT LAKE CITY www.slccouncil.com/city-budget TO:City Council Members FROM: Sylvia Richards, Budget Analyst DATE:January 19, 2021 RE: PUBLIC HEARING FOR GRANT APPLICATION SUBMISSION PROJECT TIMELINE: Briefing: Not required. Set Date: Not required. Public Hearing: Jan. 19, 2021 Potential Action: TBD Council Sponsor: No sponsor / Budget item _________________________________________________________________ ISSUE AT-A-GLANCE The Administration has submitted three grant applications. In an effort to ensure that the City Council, Council staff and the public has adequate opportunity to see and comment on them, the grant application notifications will be included in the Council meeting agendas under Public Hearings. There won’t be a set date since this is not a required hearing. 2.FY2020 Paul Coverdell Forensic Science Improvement Grant Purpose/Goal of the Grant: The Police Department is listed as a sub-awardee. If awarded, the grant monies will be used to fund the Department’s Crime Laboratory accreditation. The 2019 grant project timeline ended December 31, 2020; however, the accreditation process has extended into 2021. The transmittal indicates that the Department used the FY19 funding only for the application fee which left an unused balance. The Department is applying for the balance to fund the remaining costs for the first year of accreditation including the assessment fee and the annual accreditation fee. Grant Amount: $19,500 Requested by: Police Department Funding Agency: Utah Department of Public Safety, Bureau of Forensic Services (UBFS) (subawarded from U.S. DOJ National Institute of Justice) Match Requirement: - 0 - Page | 2 Staff Recommendation: Please refer to motion sheet. Grant Application Submission Notification Memo TO: Jennifer Bruno, Cindy Gust-Jenson, Rachel Otto, Lisa Shaffer, Mary Beth Thompson, Brijette Williams CC: Sarah Behrens, Mike Brown, Scott Crandall, Shellie Dietrich, Tim Doubt, Janyce Fowles, Elizabeth Gerhart, Mark Kittrell, Jaysen Oldroyd, Melyn Osmond, Sylvia Richards, Linda Sanchez, Kory Solorio, Lehua Weaver FROM: Jordan Smith DATE: December 23, 2020 SUBJECT: FY2020 Paul Coverdell Forensic Science Improvement Program Grant Application FUNDING AGENCY: Utah Department of Public Safety, Bureau of Forensic Services (sub- awarded from U.S. DOJ National Institute of Justice) GRANT PROGRAM: FY2020 Paul Coverdell Forensic Science Improvement Grant REQUESTED AMOUNT: $19,500 DEPARTMENT APPLYING: Police Department COLLABORATING AGENCIES: Utah Department of Public Safety, Bureau of Forensic Services (UBFS) SPECIFICS: o Equipment/Supplies o Technical Assistance (Training) o Provides FTE Position o Existing o New o Overtime o Requires Funding After Grant Explanation: o Match Required: o In-Kind and/or o Cash þ Other GRANT DETAILS: The Police Department is proposed as a sub-awardee in the UBFS application for the FY20 Coverdell grant for the Department’s Crime Laboratory to attain accreditation through ANAB (ANSI National Accreditation Board) under ISO 17020 for Inspection Agencies. The Police Department received a subaward from the UBFS FY19 Coverdell grant for this project, but the accreditation process has extended into 2021 and the FY19 grant project period ends on 12/31/20. The department only used the FY19 funding for the application fee and de-obligated the balance of the FY19 grant. The department is reapplying for that de-obligated balance in the FY20 grant application to fund the remaining costs for the first year of accreditation including the assessment fee and the annual accreditation fee based on the laboratory’s scope of operations. Items B1-B3 Page 1 MOTION SHEET CITY COUNCIL of SALT LAKE CITY TO:City Council Members FROM: Sylvia Richards, Policy Analyst DATE:January 19, 2021 RE: MOTION SHEET FOR GRANT PUBLIC HEARINGS The Council will hold a Public Hearing and receive public comment on Grant Application Items B-1 through B-3. After the end of public comment, the Council may consider the following motion: Motion 1 – Close and Refer I move that the Council close the Public Hearing and refer Items B-1 through B-3 to a future Consent Agenda for action. Project Timeline: Public Hearing: Jan. 19, 2021 Potential Action: TBD CITY COUNCIL OF SALT LAKE CITY 451 SOUTH STATE STREET, ROOM 304 P.O. BOX 145476, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH 84114-5476 COUNCIL.SLCGOV.COM TEL 801-535-7600 FAX 801-535-7651 COUNCIL STAFF REPORT CITY COUNCIL of SALT LAKE CITY www.slccouncil.com/city-budget TO:City Council Members FROM: Sylvia Richards, Budget Analyst DATE: January 19, 2021 RE: PUBLIC HEARING FOR GRANT APPLICATION SUBMISSION PROJECT TIMELINE: Briefing: Not required. Set Date: Not required. Public Hearing: January 19, 2021 Potential Action: TBD Council Sponsor: No sponsor / Budget item _________________________________________________________________ ISSUE AT-A-GLANCE The Administration has submitted three grant applications. In an effort to ensure that the City Council, Council staff and the public has adequate opportunity to see and comment on them, the grant application notifications will be included in the Council meeting agendas under Public Hearings. There won’t be a set date since this is not a required hearing. 3.FY2021 Jordan River Vegetation Improvement Grants – 2100 South Oxbow Restoration Phase 1 Purpose/Goal of the Grant: If awarded, the funds will support a multi-year effort to restore the 2100 South Oxbow property consisting of 2.5 acres. Currently, the property is a vacant field consisting of several varieties of noxious weeds. The focus of these efforts will be weed control and the planting of native vegetation. Grant Amount: $9,920 Requested by: Trails & Natural Lands/Parks & Public Lands, Department of Public Services Funding Agency: Utah Division of Forestry, Fire & State Lands Match Requirement: - 0 - Staff Recommendation: Please refer to motion sheet. Grant Application Submission Notification TO: Jennifer Bruno, Cindy Gust-Jensen, Rachel Otto, Mary Beth Thompson, Lisa Shaffer, Cindy Lou Trishman, Brijette Williams CC: Scott Crandall, Janyce Fowles, Elizabeth Gerhart, Melyn Osmond, Sylvia Richards, DeeDee Robinson, Jordan Smith, Kory Solorio, Lehua Weaver FROM: Sarah Behrens DATE 13 November 2020 SUBJECT: 21st South Oxbow Restoration Phase I FUNDING AGENCY: Utah Division of Forestry, Fire & State Lands GRANT PROGRAM: FY21 Jordan River Vegetation Improvement Grants AMOUNT REQUESTED: $9,920 DEPARTMENT APPLYING: Trails & Natural Lands|Parks & Public Lands|Public Services COLLABORATING AGENCIES: DATE SUBMITTED: October 30, 2020 SPECIFICS: Technical Assistance (Training) Equipment Only Provides FTE Position(s) Existing New Overtime Requires Funding After Grant Explanation: Match Required __ ____________ In- Kind and Cash New Program (City not performing function now) GRANT DETAILS: The Trails & Natural Lands Division is preparing to initiate a multi-year restoration effort at the 2100 South Oxbow property, focused on weed control and the establishment of healthy and diverse native riparian vegetation across this 2.5 - acre site. Currently the site is a vacant field containing multiple noxious weed species which must be controlled prior to native planting efforts, and the Division is requesting funds to support a large first -year noxious species treatment by the City’s contracted weed control specialist, PMG Vegetation Control. Specifically, FFSL Vegetation Improvement funds will be used to control Russian Olive, Phragmites, Russian Knapweed, and Scotch Thistle on the property, preparing the site for subsequent restoration seeding and planting efforts. Estimated Project Costs November 13, 2020 2 Item Unit Unit Cost Requested Funds Contracted Field Technician w/ Chainsaw 32 hrs $85 $2,720 Contracted Field Technician w/ Herbicide 80 hrs $90 $7,200 Total $9,920 Item B4 CITY COUNCIL OF SALT LAKE CITY 451 SOUTH STATE STREET, ROOM 304 P.O. BOX 145476, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH 84114-5476 SLCCOUNCIL.COM TEL 801-535-7600 FAX 801-535-7651 MOTION SHEET CITY COUNCIL of SALT LAKE CITY TO:City Council Members FROM: Nick Tarbet Policy Analyst DATE:January 19, 2021 RE: Text Amendment: Notice of Work in the Public Right of Way MOTION 1 I move the Council close the public hearing and defer action to a future Council meeting. MOTION 2 I move that the Council continue the public hearing. MOTION 3 I move that the Council close the public hearing and adopt the ordinance. MOTION 4 I move that the Council close the public hearing and reject the ordinance COUNCIL STAFF REPORT CITY COUNCIL of SALT LAKE CITY TO:City Council Members FROM: Nick Tarbet, Policy Analyst DATE: January 19, 2021 RE:Text Amendment: Public Notice for Permits to Work in the Public Right of Way PROJECT TIMELINE: Briefing: Jan 12, 2021 Set Date: December 8, 2020 Public Hearing 1: Jan 19, 2021 Potential Action: TBD WORK SESSION SUMMARY This item was on the January 12 agenda as a written briefing. Council Members did not raise any concerns or ask staff questions about the proposed changes. The public hearing is scheduled for January 19. The following information was provide for the January 12 work session briefing. It is provided again for background purposes. ISSUE AT-A-GLANCE The Council will be briefed on proposed amendments to City code requiring permit holders to provide notice to property owners whose properties are adjacent to the above groundwork that will be performed in the public way. The proposed changes were requested in response to numerous constituent inquiries about the lack of notice to adjacent property owners. Much of the right-of-way work that is performed is governed by State statute and limits the amount of interaction the City has with the work. However, in balancing the work that is performed and the impact to residents, some additional noticing steps are being added to the ordinance. The key changes would require the franchise holder/applicant to provide the following: Evidence that they provided notice to all property owners whose properties are adjacent to the portion of the public way where the work is being performed. Page | 2 Notice that includes the name of the permit holder performing the construction, the purpose of the construction, and a contact phone number and email for the permit holder. Evidence shall be satisfactory to the City Engineer that all adjacent property owners have received notice. Related text cleanups to match current practice. Since work in the public right of way is overseen by the City’s Engineering Division, they have reviewed the ordinance in collaboration with the Attorney’s Office. Engineering has expressed their support for these proposed changes. Administrative staff have noted the contractor will have to give notice of the construction prior to submitting an application for a permit to Engineering. Once Engineering approves the permit, the contractor may move forward with construction. PUBLIC PROCESS Engineering provided Council Staff a list of the companies who do much of the work in the public right of way. Council staff emailed this group to let them know about the proposed changes, and the dates of the briefing and public hearing. POLICY QUESTIONS 1. For the properties that would be included in the notification, the Council may wish to consider expanding the requirement beyond the proposal of adjacent property owners. 2. If the Council has questions about the timing of the when the notice must be given to when the permit is granted, the Council may wish to ask the administration to explain the process for when the notice must be given before receiving the permit for construction. 3. If it would be helpful, the Council may wish to ask the Attorney’s office or Administration representative to provide a quick review on the types of things the City is able to require or request versus items that are monitored or regulated by the State. 4. The Council may also ask Engineering to provide a description of their typical interaction with the permit holders. 5. The Council may wish to raise any other issues that have been raised by constituents. 6. The Council may wish to ask about options to address issues when the noticing requirements are not followed. LEGISLATIVE DRAFT SALT LAKE CITY ORDINANCE 1 No. _____ of 2020 2 (Amendment to Require Notice for Permits to Work in the Public Way) 3 An ordinance amending sections 14.32.030 and 14.32.035 of the Salt Lake City Code 4 pertaining to notice of permits to work in the public way. 5 WHEREAS, the City Engineer has by policy requested that holders of a permit to work in 6 the public way provide notice of such work to adjacent property owners prior to commencing 7 such work; and 8 WHEREAS, the City Council desires that where there is an above ground installation, 9 notice to adjacent property owners will be a requirement to obtain a permit to work in the public 10 way; and 11 WHEREAS, the City Council now desires to amend this ordinance; and 12 WHEREAS, the City Council finds that this ordinance is in the best interest of the public. 13 NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the City Council of Salt Lake City, Utah: 14 SECTION 1. Amending the Text of Salt Lake City Code Section 14.32.030. That Section 14.32.030 15 of the Salt Lake City Code (Permit Application Requirements) shall be and hereby is amended as follows: 16 14.32.030: PERMIT APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS: 17 A. The permit applicationApplications for a permit shall be filed with the City Engineer on a 18 form or forms to be furnished by the City Engineer, and shall contain, as applicable: 19 20 1. The name, address, telephone number, and facsimile numberemail of the applicant. 21 Where an applicant is not the owner or in sole control of the facility to be installed, 22 maintained or repaired in the public way, the application also shall include the name, address, 23 telephone number, and facsimile numberemail of the owner; 24 25 2. A description of the location, purpose, method of the proposed work, and surface and 26 subsurface area to be affected; 27 28 3. Where required by the City Engineer, aA plan showing the proposed location of the 29 work and the dimensions of any excavation and the facilities to be installed, maintained, or 30 2 repaired in connection with the work, and such other details, existing utilities, and drawing 31 standards as the City Engineer may require; 32 33 4. The proposed start date of the work;A copy or other documentation of the use permit 34 authorizing the applicant or owner to use or occupy the public way for the purpose described 35 in the application, including the appropriate franchise agreement or master license 36 agreement. Where the applicant is not the owner of the facility or facilities to be installed, 37 maintained, or repaired, the applicant must demonstrate in a form and manner specified by 38 the City Engineer that the applicant is authorized to act on behalf of the owner; 39 5.4. 40 The proposed start date of the work; 41 42 6.5. The proposed duration of the work, which shall includeincluding the duration of 43 the restoration of the public way physically disturbed by the work; 44 45 7.6. The applicant’s signature, certifyingWritten certification that all material to be 46 used in the work and restoration of the public way, will be on hand and ready for use so as 47 not to delay the work and the prompt restoration of the public way; 48 49 8.7. The applicant’s signature, committing Written certification that the applicant and 50 owner are will perform the work in compliance with all terms and conditions of this chapter, 51 the orders, and all applicable rules and engineering regulations of the City Engineer, and that 52 the applicant and owner are not subject to any outstanding assessments, fees or penalties that 53 have been finally determined by the City; 54 55 9.8. Evidence that applicant carries of insurance as required by either 56 section 14.32.065 of this chapter or the applicable agreement with the City; 57 58 10.9. A performance deposit security device as required by section 14.32.070 of this 59 chapter; 60 61 11.10. A scaled site plan, rendering or photo simulation, scaled elevation view and 62 other supporting drawings and calculations, showing the location and dimension of all 63 improvements. The submittal must include sufficient information to determine compliance 64 with the standards and requirements of this chapter, specifically including information 65 concerning structure height and location within the public way, compliance with the City's 66 intersection and driveway sight distance standards, and compliance with the ADA; 67 68 12.11. Evidence of all regulatory approvals, permits, authorizations or licenses for the 69 offering of such services from the appropriate Federal, State, and local authorities (whether 70 3 the services are being offered by the permit provider or another person), upon request of 71 City; 72 73 13.12. Evidence that the owner franchise holder (if not the applicant) has provided 74 permission to perform the work on behalf of the owner franchise holder and, if applicable, 75 permission to use or attach to owner's franchise holder’s property in the public way; and 76 77 13. For all above ground installations, evidence that the applicant has provided notice to all 78 property owners whose properties are adjacent to the portion of the public way where the 79 work is being performed. The notice shall contain the name of the permit holder, the purpose 80 of the construction, and a contact phone number and email for the permit holder. Such 81 evidence shall be satisfactory to the City Engineer that all adjacent property owners have 82 received notice; and 83 84 14. Any other information that may reasonably be required by the City Engineer. 85 86 87 SECTION 2. Amending the Text of Salt Lake City Code Section 14.32.035. That Section 14.32.035 88 of the Salt Lake City Code (Permit Application Approval Criteria) shall be and hereby is amended as follows: 89 14.32.035: PERMIT APPLICATION APPROVAL CRITERIA; APPROVAL OR 90 DENIAL: 91 92 A. Factors to be considered by the City in In reviewing the permit application for approval, 93 and the scope and timing of approved work, shall includethe City Engineer shall consider, among 94 other things, the following: 95 1. The capacity of the public way to accommodate the facilities proposed to be constructed 96 and installed, and the compatibility of such new facilities with existing facilities; 97 98 2. Any damage to or disruption of public or private facilities, improvements, or 99 landscaping then existing in the public way; 100 101 3. The capacity of the public way to accommodate multiple work projects in the public 102 way or other conflicting uses of the public way; 103 3. The public interest in minimizing the cost and disruption of construction from numerous 104 excavations in the public way; 105 106 4. Any then existing excavation restrictions imposed by the City Engineer pursuant to 107 section 14.32.085 of this chapter; 108 4 109 5. The availability of alternatives to excavation, including, without limitation, the 110 existence of excess capacity in the public way, or the feasibility of using tunneling, boring, or 111 other trenchless technology; 112 113 6. The qualifications and reputation of the applicant; 114 115 7. The financial strength of the applicant, including the applicant's ability to provide the 116 required bonding and security; and 117 118 7.8. Evidence that tThe applicant has provided required notice to adjacent property 119 owners.and 120 121 8. Potential conflicts with other uses of the public way. 122 123 B. The City Engineer may deny the issuance of permits to persons who have shown by past 124 performance that they will not consistently conform to the engineering regulations, construction 125 specifications, design standards or the requirements of this chapter; provided that prior to any 126 such denial, such person shall be given written notice of the basis for such denial, and shall be 127 given a reasonable opportunity to be heard in connection therewith. 128 129 C. When necessary, in the judgment of the City Engineer, to fully determine the relationship 130 of the work proposed to existing or proposed facilities within the public ways, or to determine 131 whether the work proposed complies with the engineering regulations, construction 132 specifications and design standards, the City Engineer may require the filing of engineering 133 plans, specifications and sketches showing the proposed work in sufficient detail to permit 134 determination of such relationship or compliance, or both, and the application shall be deemed 135 suspended until such plans and sketches are filed and approved. 136 137 D. The disapproval or denial of an application by the City Engineer may be appealed by the 138 applicant to the Director of Public ServicesCommunity and Neighborhoods, by the filing of a 139 written notice of appeal within ten (10) days of denial. The Director of Community and 140 NeighborhoodsPublic Services shall hear such appeal and render his/her decision, within fifteen 141 (15) days following notice of such appeal. 142 143 E. In approving or disapproving work within the public way, or permits therefor; in the 144 inspection of such work; in reviewing plans, sketches or specifications; and generally in the 145 exercise of the authority conferred upon him/her by this chapter, the City Engineer shall act in 146 such manner as to preserve and protect the public way and the use thereof. 147 148 SECTION 3. Effective Date. This ordinance shall become effective on the date of its 149 passage. 150 5 Passed by the City Council of Salt Lake City, Utah, this ____ day of _________, 2020. 151 152 153 ______________________________ 154 CHAIRPERSON 155 156 ATTEST AND COUNTERSIGN: 157 158 159 ______________________________ 160 CITY RECORDER 161 162 163 Transmitted to Mayor on _______________________. 164 Mayor’s Action: _______Approved. _______Vetoed. 165 166 ______________________________ 167 MAYOR 168 169 ______________________________ 170 CITY RECORDER 171 172 173 (SEAL) 174 175 176 Bill No. ________ of 2020. 177 Published: ______________. 178 179 Approved As To Form Salt Lake City Attorney’s Office By: _________________________ Kimberly K. Chytraus Date: ______________________ SALT LAKE CITY ORDINANCE No. _____ of 2020 (Amendment to Require Notice for Permits to Work in the Public Way) An ordinance amending sections 14.32.030 and 14.32.035 of the Salt Lake City Code pertaining to notice of permits to work in the public way. WHEREAS, the City Engineer has by policy requested that holders of a permit to work in the public way provide notice of such work to adjacent property owners prior to commencing such work; and WHEREAS, the City Council desires that where there is an above ground installation, notice to adjacent property owners will be a requirement to obtain a permit to work in the public way; and WHEREAS, the City Council now desires to amend this ordinance; and WHEREAS, the City Council finds that this ordinance is in the best interest of the public. NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the City Council of Salt Lake City, Utah: SECTION 1. Amending the Text of Salt Lake City Code Section 14.32.030. That Section 14.32.030 of the Salt Lake City Code (Permit Application Requirements) shall be and hereby is amended as follows: 14.32.030: PERMIT APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS: A. The permit application shall contain, as applicable: 1. The name, address, telephone number, and email of the applicant. Where an applicant is not the owner or in sole control of the facility to be installed, maintained or repaired in the public way, the application also shall include the name, address, telephone number, and email of the owner; 2. A description of the location, purpose, method of the proposed work, and surface and subsurface area to be affected; 3. Where required by the City Engineer, a plan showing the proposed location of the work and the dimensions of any excavation and the facilities to be installed, maintained, or 2 repaired in connection with the work, and such other details, existing utilities, and drawing standards as the City Engineer may require; 4. The proposed start date of the work; 5. The proposed duration of the work, including the duration of the restoration of the public way physically disturbed by the work; 6. The applicant’s signature, certifying that all material to be used in the work and restoration of the public way, will be on hand and ready for use so as not to delay the work and the prompt restoration of the public way; 7. The applicant’s signature, committing that the applicant will perform the work in compliance with all terms and conditions of this chapter, and all applicable engineering regulations; 8. Evidence that applicant carries insurance as required by either section 14.32.065 or the applicable agreement with the City; 9. A security device as required by section 14.32.070; 10. A scaled site plan, rendering or photo simulation, scaled elevation view and other supporting drawings and calculations, showing the location and dimension of all improvements. The submittal must include sufficient information to determine compliance with the standards and requirements of this chapter, specifically including information concerning structure height and location within the public way, compliance with the City's intersection and driveway sight distance standards, and compliance with the ADA; 11. Evidence of all regulatory approvals, permits, authorizations or licenses for the offering of such services from the appropriate Federal, State, and local authorities (whether the services are being offered by the permit provider or another person), upon request of City; 12. Evidence that the franchise holder (if not the applicant) has provided permission to perform the work on behalf of the franchise holder and, if applicable, permission to use or attach to franchise holder’s property in the public way; 13. For all above ground installations, evidence that the applicant has provided notice to all property owners whose properties are adjacent to the portion of the public way where the work is being performed. The notice shall contain the name of the permit holder, the purpose of the construction, and a contact phone number and email for the permit holder. Such evidence shall be satisfactory to the City Engineer that all adjacent property owners have received notice; and 14. Any other information that may reasonably be required by the City Engineer. 3 SECTION 2. Amending the Text of Salt Lake City Code Section 14.32.035. That Section 14.32.035 of the Salt Lake City Code (Permit Application Approval Criteria) shall be and hereby is amended as follows: 14.32.035: PERMIT APPLICATION APPROVAL CRITERIA; APPROVAL OR DENIAL: A. In reviewing the permit application for approval, the City Engineer shall consider, among other things, the following: 1. The capacity of the public way to accommodate the facilities proposed to be constructed and installed, and the compatibility of such new facilities with existing facilities; 2. Any damage to or disruption of public or private facilities, improvements, or landscaping in the public way; 3. The capacity of the public way to accommodate multiple work projects in the public way or other conflicting uses of the public way; 4. Any existing excavation restrictions imposed by the City Engineer pursuant to section 14.32.085; 5. The availability of alternatives to excavation, including, without limitation, the existence of excess capacity in the public way, or the feasibility of using tunneling, boring, or other trenchless technology; 6. The qualifications and reputation of the applicant; 7. The financial strength of the applicant, including the applicant's ability to provide the required security; and 8. Evidence that the applicant has provided required notice to adjacent property owners. B. The City Engineer may deny the issuance of permits to persons who have shown by past performance that they will not consistently conform to the engineering regulations, construction specifications, design standards or the requirements of this chapter; provided that prior to any such denial, such person shall be given written notice of the basis for such denial, and shall be given a reasonable opportunity to be heard in connection therewith. C. When necessary, in the judgment of the City Engineer, to fully determine the relationship of the work proposed to existing or proposed facilities within the public ways, or to determine whether the work proposed complies with the engineering regulations, construction specifications and design standards, the City Engineer may require the filing of engineering plans, specifications and sketches showing the proposed work in sufficient detail to permit 4 determination of such relationship or compliance, or both, and the application shall be deemed suspended until such plans and sketches are filed and approved. D. The disapproval or denial of an application by the City Engineer may be appealed by the applicant to the Director of Community and Neighborhoods, by the filing of a written notice of appeal within ten (10) days of denial. The Director of Community and Neighborhoods shall hear such appeal and render his/her decision, within fifteen (15) days following notice of such appeal. E. In approving or disapproving work within the public way, or permits therefor; in the inspection of such work; in reviewing plans, sketches or specifications; and generally in the exercise of the authority conferred upon him/her by this chapter, the City Engineer shall act in such manner as to preserve and protect the public way and the use thereof. SECTION 3. Effective Date. This ordinance shall become effective on the date of its passage. Passed by the City Council of Salt Lake City, Utah, this ____ day of _________, 2020. ______________________________ CHAIRPERSON ATTEST AND COUNTERSIGN: ______________________________ CITY RECORDER Transmitted to Mayor on _______________________. Mayor’s Action: _______Approved. _______Vetoed. ______________________________ MAYOR ______________________________ CITY RECORDER (SEAL) Bill No. ________ of 2020. Published: ______________. Approved As To Form Salt Lake City Attorney’s Office By: _________________________ Kimberly K. Chytraus Date: ______________________ January 5, 2021 Item B5 CITY COUNCIL OF SALT LAKE CITY 451 SOUTH STATE STREET, ROOM 304 P.O. BOX 145476, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH 84114-5476 SLCCOUNCIL.COM TEL 801-535-7600 FAX 801-535-7651 MOTION SHEET CITY COUNCIL of SALT LAKE CITY TO:City Council Members FROM: Ben Luedtke and Sylvia Richards Budget Analysts DATE:January 19, 2021 RE: Budget Amendment Number Six FY21 MOTION 1 – CLOSE PUBLIC HEARING AND ADOPT I move that the Council adopt an ordinance amending the FY 2020-21 final budget of Salt Lake City including the employment staffing document as requested by the Administration and Council-added Items as shown on the motion sheet. Staff note: Council Members do not need to read the individual items being approved below; they are listed for reference. A-1: Fisher Carriage House Exploration Center Construction Overage – ($540,732 – Parks Impact Fees) A-2: Glendale Water Park Redevelopment Plan – ($225,000 – Parks Impact Fees) A-3: Trailhead Property Acquisition – ($275,000 – Parks Impact Fees) A-4: City Innovations Team – ($63,673 – General Fund and $453,399 – IMS Fund and 1 New FTE) A-5: Police Department Hiring Class – ($ -0- General Fund) D-1: Airport Interim Financing – ($ -0- Airport Fund; Creation of $300 Million Revenue Budget) I-1: Housing-related Funding Our Future Applications – ($500,000 from FY21 Community Land Trust and $297,000 from Landlord Assurance Program) Funding is split as follows: $325,380 for Service Models for the Most Vulnerable $271,620 for Incentivized Rent Assistance $88,000 for Landlord Tenant Mediation (aka Build an Equitable City) $62,000 for Shared Housing $50,000 for Mortgage Assistance I-2: HUD-CV Emergency Solutions Grant for the Temporary Winter Shelter – ($750,000 – ESG-CV Grant) MOTION 2 – CLOSE PUBLIC HEARING I move that the Council close the public hearing and refer the item to a future date for action. MOTION 3 – CONTINUE PUBLIC HEARING I move that the Council continue the public hearing to a future date. MOTION 4 – CLOSE PUBLIC HEARING AND NOT ADOPT I move that the Council close the public hearing and proceed to the next agenda item. CITY COUNCIL OF SALT LAKE CITY 451 SOUTH STATE STREET, ROOM 304 P.O. BOX 145476, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH 84114-5476 COUNCIL.SLCGOV.COM TEL 801-535-7600 FAX 801-535-7651 COUNCIL STAFF REPORT CITY COUNCIL of SALT LAKE CITY TO:City Council Members FROM: Ben Luedtke and Sylvia Richards Budget and Policy Analysts DATE:January 12, 2021 RE: Budget Amendment Number Six FY2021 ________________________________________________________________________________ NEW INFORMATION The Council took the following successful straw polls during the January 5th Budget Amendment #6 briefing. The other five items in the budget amendment were not discussed during the briefing due to time constraints and are expected to be covered at the January 12 briefing. -D-1: Supports authorizing a revenue budget up to $300 million for Airport Redevelopment Project short-term interim financing -I-1: Supports shifting $797,000 of Funding Our Future dollars from the FY21 budgets of the Community Land Trust and Landlord Assurance programs to Incentivized Rent Assistance and Service Models for the Most Vulnerable -I-2: Supports awarding $750,000 of ESG-CV funding from HUD authorized under the CARES Act for operation expenses of the Airport Inn temporary emergency winter shelter (note this award needs to be formalized in the HUD-CV grant awards appropriation resolution) Questions related to Item I-1 shifting $797,000 between Funding Our Future housing programs -How does the Administration recommend splitting the $797,000 between the Funding Our Future housing programs? -How would potential applicants have learned about the Funding Our Future housing programs and how to apply? -How many applications were received in prior fiscal years for these Funding Our Future housing programs? -Could you please provide a status update on the City’s Community Land Trust? How does the model compare to others around the nation? -Are there other Funding Our Future FY21 budgets with unspent funds that could be recaptured for urgent housing assistance? -How are applicants connected with other funding sources from the City, County, State, Federal (such as HUD Grants) when Funding Our Future budgets are less than applicant’s requests? The Council also received an update on sales tax revenues through the month of October. This information is available in Attachment 5. Project Timeline: Set Date: December 8, 2020 1st Public Hearing: January 5, 2021 1st Briefing: January 5, 2021 2nd Briefing: January 12, 2021 2nd Public Hearing: January 19, 2021 Potential Action: TBD Page | 2 All information below this line was provided for the Council briefing on January 5th. ___________________________________________________________________________________ Budget Amendment Number Six includes requested changes to four funds. Total expenditures are $2,560,804 including $63,673 from Fund Balance. There are a total of eight items, five of which are new items in Section A. The sixth is a Housekeeping item in Section D. The seventh is a Council-added item in Section I. Additionally, this budget amendment includes the transfer of six employees from the General Fund to the IMS fund and the creation of one additional position within the IMS Fund. The Administration is requesting a straw poll on the Housing-related Funding Our Future Applications. (See Item I-1 Council-Added Item.) The Administration indicates that all eight of these budget items are time-sensitive. General Budget Updates The Administration anticipates updated sales tax revenues for October and Comprehensive Annual Finance Report (CAFR) confirmed Fund Balance numbers will be available to share with the Council at the January 12 briefing. The City received $150,000 from the County for a third round of CARES Act funding. The Administration plans to include in an upcoming budget amendment the $150,000 and a reconciliation of the second round of CARES Act funding. The President has not decided whether to declare a disaster for the September windstorm. The March earthquake did not qualify for FEMA reimbursements to the City. However, individual and household assistance is available up to $938,506. 279 applications have been submitted at the time of publishing this report. FEMA’s website for the earthquake disaster is available here: https://www.fema.gov/disaster/4548 The Administration provided the following status update on insurance claims and payments for earthquake damage to City buildings: “The City received a $2,000,000 advance payment from the property insurance carrier for earthquake damages. Once the City’s expenditures for repairs exceed $2,100,000 ($100,000 deductible + claim advance), we can submit those expenses for reimbursement.” Revenue Update Page | 3 The Administration indicates that they are seeing a decrease in revenue budget due to trends for apartment units, new business license and business license renewals. Due to the administrative order for COVID, parking ticket revenue shows a decrease of nearly $500k due to only 51,000 pay station transactions through the end of August (normally well over 200k). This decrease is also having an effect on citations written. Additionally, Justice Court fines are down $37,000, while moving violations are down $151,000. In Charges and Services, field reservation fees are down $273,000 while auto parking fees are also under budget. Miscellaneous revenues are also down due to a decrease in special events and the elimination of take- home vehicle fees during the current pandemic. Fund Balance Update: Page | 4 This fund balance projection includes a line item adding in funding budgeted for use for expenses associated with COVID- 19 in the fiscal year 2020 that was not spent. Page | 5 Impact Fees Update The Administration provided a summary of impact fee tracking, details on refunding amounts and dates and lists of unfinished projects with impact fee funding. The information is current as of December 1, 2020. $88,479 of police impact fees are scheduled to expire by the end of this fiscal year. The Administration reports the impact fee consultant is finalizing the police section update and transmittal to the Council Office is anticipated in early 2021. Type Unallocated Cash “Available to Spend”Next Refund Trigger Date Amount of Expiring Impact Fees Fire $732,533 More than a year away - Parks $6,404,154 More than a year away - Police $318,626 December 2020 $9,155 Transportation $3,623,027 More than a year away - Note: Encumbrances are an administrative function when impact fees are held under a contract Section A: New Items (note: to expedite the processing of this staff report, staff has included the Administration’s descriptions from the transmittal for some of these items) A-1: Fisher Carriage House Exploration Center Construction Overage ($540,732 – CIP Impact Fees) See Attachment 1 for renderings of the Fisher Mansion Carriage House redevelopment project In FY20 CIP, the Council approved $1,098,764 of parks impact fees for this project which is in addition to $280,000 from the Chevron donation (2010 oil spill in Red Butte Creek). The total approved budget for the project was $1,378,764. The new funding request represents a 58% increase for a new total project budget of $2,172,496. If approved, then the available to spend balance of parks impact fees would be $5,610,422. Council staff asked the Administration if the impact fee consultant had confirmed using $253,000 of parks impact fees to purchase indoor furnishings and equipment. It was determined these expenses are for items with a useful life less than 10 years and ineligible for parks impact fees. As a result, this request was reduced from $793,732 to $540,732. It’s unclear how the $253,000 will be funded or if scope reductions can deliver the project within the approved budget. The Administration’s transmittal indicates the following: “As design development nears completion, SLC Engineering and the consulting architect, CRSA, have updated budget projections for the project. Unfortunately, those cost projections have increased significantly from the original budget estimate created in 2018 based on a preliminary conceptual design. This budget amendment requests the additional funding necessary to implement the project, which (if funded) would go to bid in December 2020 and be constructed in 2021. Increased costs for the project are associated with all project elements, but particularly relate to the preservation of historic windows and doors, interior finishes, necessary plumbing and electrical upgrades, unforeseen utility upgrades and increased cost for proposed furnishings associated with the public exhibit space”. This project is eligible for up to $100,000 from the CIP Cost Overrun Account. In previous discussions the Council expressed a preference to spend impact fees before General Fund dollars because impact fees must be spent within six years or refunded to the developer with interest. According to the Administration, “The project scope includes construction of an exploration center at the historic Fisher Carriage House that provides standing exhibits on the natural and cultural history of the Jordan River and surrounding area, and which showcases a beautiful restored historical structure. The exploration center will provide space for activities and education programs, places for visitors to engage with city staff and partners and get information about the Jordan River Parkway Trail and water trail. The center will also provide a home-base for outreach & education staff with the SLC Trails & Natural Lands Division, from which they can conduct programming up and down the Jordan River. Additionally, the project will compliment an adjacent boat ramp (construction planned for winter 2020) and create a recreational jumping-off point for the future Folsom Trail, the Jordan River Parkway Trail, and the Jordan River 'Paddle Trail”. The Administration would also like to let the Council know about future costs associated with the project. The two new employee positions and the ongoing costs listed below are anticipated to be needed for the FY23 annual budget based on the current project timeline. Future Ongoing Costs FTE Site Manager & Part-time Assistant $ 90,000.00 Supplies and Materials $ 20,000.00 Page | 6 Kayak Rental Fleet (One-Time) $ 10,000.00 Facility Maintenance Costs $ 18,238.00 Grounds Maintenance Costs $ - * TOTAL $ 138,238.00 * In Trails Natural Lands budget Policy Questions: $253,000 Indoor Furnishings Unfunded – The Council may wish to ask the Administration for funding recommendations and/or scope reductions to address the $253,000 of indoor furnishings that are ineligible for parks impact fees. Fisher Mansion Redevelopment – The Council may wish to discuss with the Administration if redevelopment of the Fisher Mansion should be prioritized instead of the Carriage House given the project cost increases. During FY20 CIP, the Administration had a general cost estimate of $3.7 million to redevelop the Fisher Mansion. Note this cost may have increased due to damage from the March earthquakes. The Administration anticipates detailed Fisher Mansion redevelopment scenarios to be available mid-2021 such as public-private partnerships, nongovernmental organization operated facility models and City-operated models. The scenarios could inform a new Request for Information (RFI) for the mansion. A-2: Glendale Water Park Redevelopment Plan ($225,000 – CIP Impact Fees) See Attachment 6 for the Water Park Survey Report from November 2020 The Administration’s transmittal indicates the following: “Public Lands is requesting a budget amendment for $225,000 in parks impact fees to hire a consultant to create a Development Plan for Glendale Water Park, a Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) site. A recent community survey asked: If costs and market forces of building a new water park where not an issue would you prefer the land be used for a water park? 52.6% answered yes and 47.4% answered no. 2,971 respondents answered this question out of a total of 3,841 total survey responses. The Development Plan would articulate a long-term community supported vision for the site with phased implementation.” Full restoration of the water park may be cost prohibitive at over $20 million but reuse of some components may be feasible. According to the Administration, the first phase, (to be determined with the input of public feedback) would implement active recreation on site within the three-year LWCF requirement. The clock begins once the State LWCF official inspects the site which is currently on hold due to the pandemic. The City will receive a letter confirming the three-year deadline to restore public access to the site. A violation of the conservation easement could result in denial of future federal funding grants to the City and/or a court action by the National Parks Service to require active outdoor recreation access. The resulting redevelopment plan will be considered a small area plan. A draft will be presented to and reviewed by the Planning Commission in an open and public meeting. Then the Council will be briefed, review and have the opportunity to adopt, modify and adopt or decline the plan. As indicated by the Administration in their transmittal, “The 17-acre water park site located along the Jordan River is adjacent to two park sites, a golf course, the surplus canal and natural areas along the Jordan River… The benefits or goals of the project would include the following: Creating a plan that unifies these public amenities through connecting trails, unifying landscape character and the development of complementary recreation uses into a regional asset. Developing the water park site within the context of the more than 210 acres of public lands would foster positive activation and creating a dynamic community asset. Because this site was private for so long, the development will essentially create a new park, added to the City’s park inventory, with new service to residents and is impact fee eligible. In the time of a pandemic and political divisions, it is more important than ever to invest in dynamic public spaces that connect people and break down demographic and economic divides. The Glendale property is a unique opportunity to create a very special place the supports economic development, public health, a sense of community, and environmental sustainability as well as increase confidence in city government’s use of public funds.” Project Tasks may include but not limited to: • Analyze the site and surrounding context: opportunities and constraints • Facilitate community and stakeholder engagement: community support • Define the Park Vision: Community vision and goals • Develop conceptual site plan alternatives: Explore development alternatives and cost estimates. Include analysis of alternative plan operations and maintenance requirements and cost estimates • Develop Final Site Development Plan • Develop an implementation plan that includes plan phasing and funding strategies Page | 7 • Facilitate adoption by City Council. The Administration shared the following general timeline for project based on annual quarter (for example “Q1” is first quarter from January 1 – March 31): Q1 Engage a consultant Q2 Engagement Window #1: Foundation of Understanding Share background on the project site and City goals Gather information from the community about what kinds of activities they would like to see and priorities Understand how they see the park playing a role in their neighborhood, community, city and region Present engagement results to Council Q3 Engagement Window #2: Visioning Glendale Present preliminary site improvement vision for feedback Targeted engagement and city department collaboration Initial strategy recommendations development Present engagement results to Council Q4 Final Community Engagement Window #3 Sharing of the draft plan Focus on next steps of implementation Planning Commission Review Council hearings Q5 Plan adoption by Council Policy Question: Small Area Plan Early Council Input – The Council may wish to ask the Administration when the Council will be able to provide early policy input on the small area plan similar to the master plan process. A-3: Trailhead Property Acquisition ($275,000 – CIP Impact Fees) The Administration is requesting $275,000 of Impact Fees to purchase land for a trailhead. The Administration is prepared to provide additional details of the property in a closed session. A-4: City Innovations Team ($63,673 - General Fund/$453,399 – IMS Fund) See Attachment 2 for the Chief Innovation Officer job description The Administration’s transmittal indicates the following: “Salt Lake City Administration is looking to take transformational steps with regards to enterprise technologies and improved business practices. To do this the development of a team is required, this team will be known as the City Innovations Team. The team initially will be built upon existing resources from the Mayor’s Office, Public Services, IMS, and Community and Neighborhoods. This team will take on larger enterprise projects like the new Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) effort.” The Administration states the team’s services will be available to all General Fund departments with a goal to increase service levels over time. The team will be located on the fifth floor of Plaza 349. No additional costs are needed to make that office space ready. One new FTE position, a second strategy & special projects manager, is requested for a total of seven FTEs on the team. The total annual cost for the new FTE is $106,348 but this request is for $63,673 or seven months of funding. One of the Public Services Department deputy director positions will be removed from the staffing document. Public Services will have two deputy director positions after this change. A new title and FTE, Chief Innovations Officer, will be created on the staffing document for IMS. The total annual cost for the Chief Innovations Officer is $220,500. See Attachment 2 for the job description. The team will also improve coordination and resources between the Civic Engagement Team and IMS Media Services. A further step to improve engagement is to combine SLC Media Services and the Civic Engagement Team into a city-wide communications/engagement team in the Information Management Services (IMS) which is an internal service department. As indicated in the transmittal, “Currently, departments work with both teams separately to develop engagement and communications strategies for projects. Both teams also co-manage SLCgov social media accounts. By combining the groups, the City can create a one stop shop for engagement & communications efforts.” The proposal also includes operational costs associated with the team. The positions include: Public Services: Chief Innovations Officer – Nole Walkingshaw transfer FTE Deputy Director position Strategy & Special Projects Manager – Alyssa Johnson transfer FTE Strategy & Special Projects Manager Page | 8 From Community and Neighborhoods: Civic Engagement Team – Four FTE’s transferred from Community and Neighborhoods o Elizabeth Buhler, Civic Engagement Manager o Kyle Strayer, Civic Engagement Program Specialist o Christianna Johnson, Civic Engagement Program Specialist o Ronnie Buttons, Special Projects Assistant New Position: Strategy & Special Projects Manager Policy Questions: In addition to the ERP effort, will there be other projects this group tackles in its first year? From a longer-term perspective, will this team be similar to an internal service for all City departments? Or will that be project or service dependent? Back when the Civic Engagement Team was initially created, it was anticipated that they would provide support and engagement work for both branches of government. As the group launched and the Council Office’s communications work evolved, there has been a different but successful way that the groups coordinate. Will the future Innovations Team, and specifically engagement staff, continue to be available to extend and collaborate on the Council engagement efforts? A-5: Police Department Hiring Class ($ -0- General Fund) See Attachment 3 for the Administration's memo about this request. The transmittal indicates the following: “The Administration and the Police Department are seeking Council support for the hiring of a police recruit class in January or February of 2021. The Police Department is not seeking additional funding but will use current budget for fully funded positions and attrition savings from the first six months of the year”. Section B: Grants for Existing Staff Resources Section (None) Section C: Grants for New Staff Resources Section (None) Section D: Housekeeping D-1: Airport Interim Financing ($ -0- Airport Fund) The Administration’s transmittal indicates the following: “Salt Lake City Department of Airports (SLCDA) plans to issue interim financing up to $300 million in the form of either Commercial Paper backed by a Letter of Credit or a revolving Line of Credit directly with a bank. We are currently in procurement and are negotiating the terms of the agreement which we deem to be favorable especially considering the low interest rate environment. These funds will ultimately be refunded with long term debt, but we will maintain the facility for upwards of three years to help with financial flexibility on the Airport Redevelopment Project. These funds can be used for operating and maintenance expenses or to fund construction costs as determined by the Airport Finance division”. If the Council approves this request, then the Administration will transmit a resolution authorizing the issuance and sale of bonds not to exceed $300 million. A public hearing must be held after the resolution is approved and following public notice of the bonds issuance per state law. Council staff is working with the Administration to understand the time sensitivity of the resolution in January. Section E: Grants Requiring No New Staff Resources (None) Section F: Donations (None) Section G: Council Consent Agenda – Grant Awards (None) Section I: Council Added Items I-1: Housing-related Funding Our Future Applications (time-sensitive) Straw Poll Request Page | 9 The Administration has indicated that two categories of applications received fewer funding requests than what the Council approved in the FY21 annual budget, and two categories received more funding requests. The Administration is requesting a straw poll from the Council to approve a shift of the unallocated $797,000 to unmet Incentivized Rent and Vulnerable Populations needs. CATEGORY TOTAL BUDGET TOTAL FUNDING REQUESTED IN APPLICATIONS Community Land Trust $500,000 $0 Landlord Assurance Program $350,000 $53,000 Incentivized Rent Assistance $900,000 $2,323,512 Service Models for the Most Vulnerable (children experiencing homelessness and individuals with mental illness) $200,000 $725,380 The $900 billion pandemic relief bill approved by Congress (pending presidential action at the time of writing this staff report) includes an extension of the national eviction moratorium through January 31, 2021 and $25 billion in rental assistance, however, it’s unclear how those funds will be distributed / accessed by landlords and renters. Utah is estimated to receive $214 million. The public facing website www.fundingourfutureslc.com provides the following program descriptions: Community Land Trust (CLT): make homes perpetually affordable. There are currently 9 properties in the CLT. The program reduces the cost of home ownership significantly, decreasing the purchase price of a home by removing the land cost from the total mortgage price. Landlord Assurance Program: works to mitigate perceived risks related to renting to low-income clients. Agency will recruit eligible landlords, provide tenant financial assistance, landlord financial assistance, and provide tenant education. Incentivized Rent Assistance: continue to fund an assistance program to stabilize low-income renters using best practices and an outcome-based approach, to help prevent homelessness. Service Models for the Most Vulnerable: support housing programs for individuals with mental illness and children experiencing homelessness. Policy questions: Outreach to Applicants – The Council may wish to ask the Administration how would potential applicants have learned about the Funding Our Future housing programs and how to apply? The Council may also wish to ask if how many applications were received in prior fiscal years for these programs. Status of Community Land Trust – The Council may wish to ask the Administration for a status update on the City’s Community Land Trust and how the model compares to others around the nation. Balance of Other Housing Budgets – The Council may wish to ask the Administration if the other Funding Our Future budgets for FY21 have been spent or if funds remain that could be recaptured for urgent housing assistance. Connecting Applicants with Other Funding Sources – The Council may wish to ask the Administration how applicants are connected with other funding sources from the City, County, State, Federal (such as HUD Grants) when Funding Our Future budgets are less than applicant’s requests. I-2: HUD-CV Emergency Services Grant for the Temporary Winter Shelter ($750,000 – ESG-CV Grant) A request was made through the City’s modified mid-year HUD Cares Act funding cycle for $750,000 to fund the operating costs at the temporary winter shelter. The shelter, which is located on North Temple, will be operated by Switchpoint. The Council may recall that in a previous budget amendment, the City received a round of Cares Act funding ($7.1 million) that would be set aside for a modified mid-year CDBG-type process. The Council appropriated the money, but it has been held while the Administration publicized the funding availability and received applications from community organizations for the grant funds for COVID-related services. The Administration has transmitted the funding log with recommendations from the Mayor and Community Development and Capital Improvement Program (CDCIP) Board. However, we are requesting that the item for Switchpoint be pulled Page | 10 out and considered separately in order to ensure the operating costs for the temporary shelter are in place as quickly as possible. Funding: Some questions may arise related to the funding partners for the temporary winter shelters. In addition to this funding request for $750,000, the Administration has shared this public funding breakdown: State ESG-CV funding, $525,000, operations, Millcreek and SLC Airport Inn. County ESG-CV funding, $234,320, operations, just Millcreek. There is also a private contribution related to security expenses at the Millcreek and Salt Lake City locations. Overall ESG Projects: The Council may also have questions about the remainder of the ESG funding availability. The log for those items is included in Attachment 4 and will be scheduled for a full briefing as soon as possible. The full briefing would include the remainder of the ESG funding requests, plus the other CDBG funding requests. As a note, based on this $750,000 request and the other applications that were received, there would be $460,828 in funding remaining for future discussion. Policy Questions: The Council may wish to ask whether additional funds will be requested for the temporary shelter. The Council may wish to ask whether there have been any conversations about the County providing funding for the Salt Lake City side operations. The Council may wish to ask about the other support costs related to shelter-resistant camping locations in the City, and whether adequate budget remains for the waste disposal and temporary restroom facilities. ATTACHMENTS 1. Fisher Carriage House Redevelopment Renderings 2. Chief Innovation Officer Job Description 3. Administration's Memo about Request for Hiring Police Officers in Budget Amendment #6 4. ESG Funding log 5. Sales Tax Revenue Update through October 6. Glendale Water Park Survey Report from November 2020 ACRONYMS CAFR – Comprehensive Annual Financial Report CARES Act – Federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act CIP – Capital Improvement Program CLT – Community Land Trust COPS - Community Oriented Policing Services DAQ – Utah Division of Air Quality ERP – Enterprise Resource Planning FEMA – Federal Emergency Management Agency FTE – Full time employee FY – Fiscal Year HUD – United States Housing and Urban Development Department IMS – Department of Information Management Services LWCF - Land and Water Conservation Fund site RFI – Request for Information SLCDA – Salt Lake City Department of Airports Fisher Mansion Carriage House Improvements JORDAN RIVER TRAILSIDE EXPLORATION CENTER SITE PLAN W 200 S FUTURE BOAT ACCESS FOLSOM TRAIL JORDAN RIVER TRAIL PADDLE SHARE LOCKERS CARRIAGE HOUSE FISHER MANSIONJORDAN RIVERLOCATION MAP N PROPOSED BOAT ACCESS BOAT ACCESS BOAT ACCESS JORDAN RIVER TRAIL FOLSOM TRAIL NORTH TEMPLE W 200 N I - 15 I - 80 W 200 S N 800 WS 900 WN 900 WS 1000 WEMERY STS CHEYENNE STREDWOOD RDNAVAJO STCALIFORNIA AVE INDIANA AVE W 300 S W 400 S W 700 S POPLAR GROVE BLVD W 1700 S S 700 WJOR D A N R I V E R PROJECT SITE Fisher Mansion Carriage House Improvements JORDAN RIVER TRAILSIDE EXPLORATION CENTER MAIN LEVEL PLAN UPPER LEVEL PLAN N OPEN OFFICE MEETING AREA RESTROOMS WORK ROOM / FLEX SPACE UTILITY CLOSET OFFICE OFFICE EXHIBIT SPACE / FLEX SPACE EXHIBIT FOYER OFFICE Fisher Mansion Carriage House Improvements JORDAN RIVER TRAILSIDE EXPLORATION CENTER SOUTH ELEVATION EAST ELEVATION Fisher Mansion Carriage House Improvements JORDAN RIVER TRAILSIDE EXPLORATION CENTER NORTH ELEVATION WEST ELEVATION Fisher Mansion Carriage House Improvements JORDAN RIVER TRAILSIDE EXPLORATION CENTER SECTION LOOKING WEST SECTION LOOKING NORTH Fisher Mansion Carriage House Improvements JORDAN RIVER TRAILSIDE EXPLORATION CENTER PERSPECTIVE LOOKING NORTHWEST Fisher Mansion Carriage House Improvements JORDAN RIVER TRAILSIDE EXPLORATION CENTER PERSPECTIVE LOOKING NORTHEAST Fisher Mansion Carriage House Improvements JORDAN RIVER TRAILSIDE EXPLORATION CENTER PERSPECTIVE LOOKING SOUTH Salt Lake City Corporation, Human Resources Department Job Title: Chief Innovation Officer Job Code Number: xxxxxx FLSA: Exempt Pay Level: 039 EEO Code: 1 Bargaining Unit: 000 Benchmark: Executive / Administrative JOB SUMMARY: Working under the general direction of the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO), incumbent is responsible for managing the innovation process within the City and providing the necessary ecosystem that allows ideas to germinate, take root and flourish. Works closely as a management consultant to departments to develop and inspire the creation and implementation of data-driven best practices in municipal government and foster a culture of innovation, efficiency, and process improvement. Focuses on identifying and scaling creative ideas that work throughout the City’s business, operational, and administrative functions. Implements solutions in partnership with internal and external stakeholders. Acts as a strategic and forward-thinking catalyst for change throughout City Hall and identifies opportunities to improve, adapt, and implement creative, data-driven, comprehensive solutions to traditional, technological, and operational problems. Drives the organization towards innovative solutions. Assists with and coordinates the implementation of citywide administrative and policy initiatives. May direct and/or supervise staff and program functionality in the Mayor’s office. This is an appointed, at-will position without tenure and exempt from the career service system. TYPICAL DUTIES: 1. Formulates and implements effective new ideas and innovative strategies and incorporate them into the City’s plans. 2. Researches and analyzes trends in local government to forecast future changes in practices, processes, and programs; explore and import innovations from other communities for testing where they may be applicable. 3. Utilizes quantitative and research methods to identify opportunities for improvement in operations and services throughout the city. Analyzes and researches a variety of administrative and operational issues/problems/opportunities and provide sound solutions or courses of action; establishes and maintains systems for measuring, monitoring and reporting on operational and management performance citywide. 4. Formulates solutions and provides implementation alternatives to various governmental systems, processes, and service delivery models and delivers recommendations to the mayor, city council, departments, and outside agencies. 5. Evaluates the progress of innovation and adjust the pace or direction of new projects in accordance with the city’s various strategic priorities. Chief Innovation Officer - Cont. 6. Provides citywide oversight of metrics and data analytics to facilitate strategic utilization of data. 7. Forges partnerships with local community groups, companies, universities and school systems that can support the research and development of innovative solutions. 8. Works in partnership with the Chief Information Officer on identification, development, and testing of civic technologies and projects that advance the city’s Open Government mission; ensures a forward- thinking, cohesive, and strategic approach to technology in support of all municipal business units. 9. Represents the city and serves as liaison and convener with other local, state and federal agencies and related NGOs to align community innovation with broader regional and national programs. 10. Leads multi-functional, cross-departmental teams that may consist of employees from all levels of the organization. 11. Develops and equips managers in their role as change agents and leaders of innovation in their respective departments. 12. Performs highly responsible and complex administrative work related to planning and managing the activities of assigned departments and units; develops short- and long-range plans, goals, and objectives with clear objectives, outcomes, and performance measures. 13. Advises city leaders on the effective, efficient, and economical management of the areas of assignment; submitting reports; monitoring grant opportunities (i.e., local, state, federal, private) to add innovative capacity to city operations. 14. Performs other duties as assigned. KNOWLEDGE AND SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Demonstrated knowledge of: • Complexity management, organizational alignment and change management, supported by complex technology operations. • Fiscal management, including budget preparation, expenditure control, and record keeping. • Management and supervisory principles and practices. • Leadership theories and practices, work styles and teambuilding. • Principles and practices of municipal administration, functions, services and organization. • Advanced project management skills. • Organizational development principles and practices. • Innovation and continuous improvement principles and practices. • Management and supervisory principles, practices and methods. Demonstrated skill in: • Interacting with a variety of agencies and departments, community groups, elected officials, and advocates. • Developing program goals and objectives. • Developing program goals and objectives and directing, conducting and implementing planning activities. • Identifying new ideas, potential opportunities and ways of working by leveraging technologies; ability to frame problems and perspectives • Analyzing and evaluating program operations and develop and implement corrective action to resolve problems. • Establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with department management, employees, city council members, other agencies, and the general public. • Representing the city to external contacts and customers at the highest professional level. • Communicating effectively, both orally and in writing, with individuals and groups regarding complex or sensitive issues or regulations. • Facilitating group decision making and resolve complex problems at a high level of complexity. • Building and maintaining strong internal and external relationships • Influencing others toward process improvement, developing effective means to challenge assumptions and "usual" ways of doing things. • Presenting complex concepts and issues to a wide variety of audiences in an effective and understandable manner. • Communicating effectively both orally and in writing, regarding complex technical issues. • Assembling, organizing and presenting complex statistical and factual data derived from a variety of sources. • Analyzing and interpreting complex data and information; direct others involved with analysis. • Remaining current with technical developments in the field. WORKING CONDITIONS: • Light physical effort. Intermittent sitting, standing and walking. Comfortable working conditions. • Considerable exposure to stress resulting from complex problem solving, stringent project deadlines, and liaison work between City departments, Mayor’s Office, politically powerful community groups, and the City Council. A TEN YEAR PERSONAL, CRIMINAL AND EMPLOYMENT BACKGROUND CHECK IS REQUIRED FOR THIS POSITION. The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by persons assigned to this job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities and skills required of personnel so classified. All requirements are subject to possible modification to reasonably accommodate individuals with disabilities. Position Review Information Date: 3-31-2020 Departmental Approval: Lisa Shaffer, Deputy Chief of Staff HR Consultant Approval: Compensation Approval: David Salazar Notes: New job/position 1 6 9 9 9 Request to hire Police Officer positions vacated through resignations, separations and retirements The Police Department is requesting to hire Police Officers to replace vacancies created through resignations, separations and retirements. While the Police Department understands the City Council’s resolve to increase civilian positions in community programs such as social work and relieve some of the need for police officers in the community, those positions and programs are not fully developed. The need to maintain police officer staffing to adequately respond to community needs, calls for service and emergency response is still paramount for the police department and the City. The community deserves excellence, not adequate service and we are not even at adequate. The Police Department is experiencing low staffing levels which creates difficulties in providing timely response to calls for service and other community needs. These low staffing levels have created an ever growing concern that, in the event of an emergency, the police department does not have the necessary staffing to respond to basic community safety needs or provide the level of service required to maintain safety in the city. With these low staffing levels there is very little opportunity for patrol to provide proactive policing. 1 6 9 9 9 Contributing issues to the understaffing of police officers Resignations, Separations and retirements The Police Department is experiencing an unprecedented number of resignations, separations and retirements. From July 1, 2020 to December 20, 2020. S wo rn c ou nt by FY FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 Grand To tal 1 July 2 1 7 9 11 30 2 August 2 3 5 1 4 15 3 September 2 2 1 4 10 19 4 Octo ber 4 4 6 1 17 32 5 No vember 3 2 5 2 4 16 6 December 3 4 6 2 7 22 7 Ja nua ry 2 8 1 3 1 15 8 February 4 4 4 2 14 9 Marc h 4 2 6 1 13 10 April 2 4 3 2 11 11 May 1 4 8 4 17 12 June 3 6 6 15 Gran d Total 29 41 58 37 54 219 1 6 9 9 9 THIS CHART IS CALENDAR YEAR – FOR COMPARISON to Fiscal Year above THIS CHART IS CALENDAR YEAR – FOR COMPARISON to Fiscal Year above The Police Department will have 53 vacant funded (including attrition positions) sworn and 20 vacant unfunded sworn positions with the announced retirements and resignations through December 2020. There are also 3 pending vacancies for January. Departmental Leaves The number of Officers on leaves from the Police Department, including Short term disability, Workers Compensation, FMLA, ERPL, Administrative Leave, Parental Leave and Military Leave has fluctuated from 45 leaves in July to a high of 70 leaves in October. 1 6 9 9 9 These numbers do not include accrued leave time available and taken to include Vacation, Personal Leave, Compensatory Time, Holiday and Funeral Leave. Other factors that affect officer availability include court time and training time. Quarantines The nature of police work lends itself to exposure risk of the COVID 19 virus. The Police Department has worked diligently to reduce the risk from COVID by implementing training, PPE requirements and contact tracing. Along with all other precautionary measures taken, quarantines have been necessary to reduce spread of the virus within the department and the community. 1 6 9 9 9 COViD Quarantines This chart represents persons placed into quarantine. Quarantines last between 4 and 14 days in most cases. **The data in this chart are preliminary figures due to changing protocols throughout the time of the data collection, some data may be missing and/or incomplete. The chart above reflects the number of employees that entered quarantine per day. Quarantined employees are assigned to work telephonic but are not available for patrol response. The culmination of resignations, separations, retirements, leaves, quarantines and training creates a huge gap in staffing. The Police Department is now staffing at a level that does not provide adequate call response or timely case resolution for the community we serve. Other issues affecting staffing The city continues to see an increase year to year in calls for service 1 6 9 9 9 Calls for Service Call time response has increased due to many factors including the increased number of calls for service and the reduced number of officers available. Protest and free speech events The City continues to experience protest and free speech events on a regular basis. For the period of March to November the city has had over 270 protests or free speech events. These events all require research and analysis. When safety concerns are identified for any event staffing for safety and investigation are also required. It also required deployment or standby of motors and public order units to mitigate potential or experienced civil unrest. Homeless Encampment cleanups The Police Department has been integral in working with the Department of Health on all encampment cleanups. This has put a strain on both on-duty and overtime resources. COVID mitigation Salt Lake County and DNR have funded overtime resources for COVID mitigation in parks and open areas of city. Working these overtime shifts have also strained the ability to staff departmental overtime patrol coverage shifts. Use of on-duty resources 1 6 9 9 9 The Police Department continues to utilize on-duty resources for large events such as the Vice- Presidential Debate, protests, free speech events and public safety response such as homeless encampment cleanups and COVID 19 mitigation whenever possible. Use of on-duty resources is necessary to reduce the budget impacts that would occur with the use of overtime as well as the inability to fill overtime rosters with voluntary signup by officers. Inability to fill overtime shifts The police department is experiencing low rates of voluntary overtime shift signups including patrol coverage signups. This is seemingly due to many factors including morale and the increased stress that they are experiencing related to their positions. All factors mentioned above are damaging to the ability of the police department to maintain an adequate response but in totality they are detrimental to public safety, the city and the communities we serve. Budgetary Impacts of low staffing numbers The police department is experiencing multiple impacts related to the inability to retain and maintain adequate staffing. Overtime Call outs Backfill Officer mental health and wellness (workers compensation) Retirements, separations, resignations Cost of retirement, separation and resignation payouts Retention vs replacement Required attrition savings – the retirements that are providing these savings are also creating costs related to retirement payouts and overtime. Overtime needs and associated costs will continue to increase as the number of officers on staff decrease. Overtime costs will not decrease at the time officer vacancies are filled but approximately one year after the hiring process of a new officer begins. We currently have officers in the background process that could be hired in February and placed into service in January of 2022. Cyclical issues - Low staffing in an environment with increasing calls for service creates backlogs in calls for service and longer response times. The mental stress from running from call to call and never catching up creates additional stress. When officers are under additional stress that they cannot mitigate we see additional mental health and physical illness. These stress related issues have multiple costs which includes medical visits, workers compensation and leaves. When officers go out on leave, it again lowers staffing which increases the workload and stress on the other officers. 1 6 9 9 9 Police Department efforts to improve community response times The police department has been proactive in efforts to mitigate the staffing issues presented above, but these efforts are not sustainable long term. Redeployment of resources The police department recently made a temporary reallocation of resources from investigative and special response areas of the department to patrol. This temporary redeployment will help manage calls for service in the short term but puts extreme limitations on the resources available to investigate crime, respond and investigate increasing gang related violence and criminal activity, it reduces school resource officer availability as schools return to on-site learning, reduces focused enforcement of drive by shootings, narcotics, auto theft, property crimes, reduces motor deployment availability and creates issues related to delays in solving criminal cases and taking the criminal element off the street in a timely manner. Bike squads are not currently affected, but daily needs to cover calls for service may require us to reallocate bike squad resources on a daily basis. Use of available overtime funding The police department has been utilizing available funding for overtime related to COVID from outside agencies such as Salt Lake County and the Division of Natural Resources. This funding has been temporary in nature and most of it has ended. Grant funding for overtime has been utilized when it is applicable to the grant objectives. Ongoing evaluation of community needs and the most effective ways to meet those needs 1 6 9 9 9 Preparing to meet the long term needs of the community Hiring The police department has been working towards a hiring class to fill vacant officer positions. A hiring class can be implemented as early as February of 2021. Officers from this class will not be available to handle calls for service for 10 months which would put them in service in January of 2022. This is an extremely long time to improve staffing and calls for service response. In order to proceed with this hiring class in February of 2021, the police department would need approval to hire no later than January 12, 2021 to meet post requirements for an academy. It is paramount to maintain a consistent hiring process in order to mitigate large swings in staffing. Redeploying resources on a regular basis incurs costs in multiple areas. Consistent small academy classes are more manageable in budget and curriculum scheduling then fluctuating hiring processes. Training The police department also supports the administration, city council and the community to provide increasing training within the department. Training would need to be dynamic to meet the needs of the community and to provide training in a timely manner additional time availability for officers or overtime would be needed to accomplish additional training. 1 Utah Community Action New REQUEST:1,212,940$ Homeless Prevention CDCIP:1,212,940$ MAYOR:1,212,940$ COUNCIL:-$ Maximum Score 129 Applicant Score: 108.42 REQUEST:1,212,940$ CDCIP:1,212,940$ MAYOR:1,212,940$ COUNCIL:-$ 2 Utah Community Action New REQUEST:773,355$ Rapid Rehousing CDCIP:773,355$ MAYOR:773,355$ COUNCIL:-$ Maximum Score 129 Applicant Score: 110.81 3 The Road Home New REQUEST:50,000$ Prevention Assistance CDCIP:50,000$ MAYOR:150,000$ COUNCIL:-$ Maximum Score 129 Applicant Score: 105.89 REQUEST:823,355$ CDCIP:823,355$ MAYOR:923,355$ COUNCIL:-$ SALT LAKE CITY ESG-CV PROGRAM: FUNDING LOG 2020-2021 Support for households who have recently exited Rapid Re-Housing Program and are in need of an immediate intervention to retain their housing stability. ESG-CV RAPID REHOUSING TOTAL PROJECT DESCRIPTION PREVIOUS GRANT AWARDS REQUEST/RECOMMENDED 2020-2024 CONSOLIDATED PLAN and COVID-19 ELIGIBILITY % OF GRANT AWARD $3,986,9112020-2021 Funding Available: Emergency rental assistance for clients experiencing a COVID related crisis, and funding for case managers to provide case management services to clients. ESG-CV HOMELESS PREVENTION TOTAL Emergency rental assistance for clients experiencing a Covid related crisis, and funding for case managers to provide case management services to clients to ensure they are able to become self-reliant. ESG-CV RAPID REHOUSING APPLICANT/ PROJECT NAME ESG-CV HOMELESS PREVENTION APPLICANT/ PROJECT NAME PROJECT DESCRIPTION PREVIOUS GRANT AWARDS REQUEST/RECOMMENDED 2020-2024 CONSOLIDATED PLAN and COVID-19 ELIGIBILITY % OF GRANT AWARD Aligns with Consolidated Plan and meets eligibility through the Prepare, Prevent, and Respond to COVID-19 requirement of the CARES ACT. Aligns with Consolidated Plan and meets eligibility through the Prepare, Prevent, and Respond to COVID-19 requirement of the CARES ACT. Aligns with Consolidated Plan and meets eligibility through the Prepare, Prevent, and Respond to COVID-19 requirement of the CARES ACT. ESG-CV Page 1 4 Volunteers of America New REQUEST:128,917$ Homeless Outreach Program CDCIP:128,917$ MAYOR:128,917$ COUNCIL:-$ Maximum Score 129 Applicant Score: 106.70 5 Soap to Hope New REQUEST:112,180$ Street Outreach Program CDCIP:112,180$ MAYOR:112,180$ COUNCIL:-$ Maximum Score 129 Applicant Score: 71 REQUEST:241,097$ CDCIP:241,097$ MAYOR:241,097$ COUNCIL:-$ 6 Friends of Switchpoint New REQUEST:750,000$ Salt Lake Winter Overflow Shelter CDCIP:750,000$ MAYOR:750,000$ COUNCIL:-$ Maximum Score 129 Applicant Score: 96.7 7 The Inn Between New REQUEST:114,400$ Medical Respite CDCIP:-$ MAYOR:-$ COUNCIL:-$ CDCIP did not score this application due to it's HUD-CV ineligibility. REQUEST:864,400$ CDCIP:750,000$ MAYOR:750,000$ COUNCIL:-$ Reach the increased number of unsheltered individuals experiencing homelessness due to COVID-19. Funding will support new positions, and to provide basic needs items. Essential care and supplies for homeless persons living on the street, including substance abuse services. Staffing costs to increase outreach. ESG-CV STREET OUTREACH TOTAL Staff costs for a medical housing, to medically frail and terminally ill homeless individuals, who need to be in a COVID-free environment due to underlying health conditions and other high-risk factors. Aligns with Consolidated Plan and meets eligibility through the Prepare, Prevent, and Respond to COVID-19 requirement of the CARES ACT. Application is HUD-CV ineligible. Application does not meet the HUD-CV definition of Emergency Temporary Shelter. ESG-CV STREET OUTREACH APPLICANT/ PROJECT NAME PROJECT DESCRIPTION PREVIOUS GRANT AWARDS REQUEST/RECOMMENDED 2020-2024 CONSOLIDATED PLAN and COVID-19 ELIGIBILITY % OF GRANT AWARD Funds will be used for staffing two 24/7 facilities that will operate as winter overflows. Shelter rental costs, staffing, food and PPE supplies will be included in the use of funds. ESG-CV EMERGENCY SHELTER TOTAL Aligns with Consolidated Plan and meets eligibility through the Prepare, Prevent, and Respond to COVID-19 requirement of the CARES ACT. Aligns with Consolidated Plan and meets eligibility through the Prepare, Prevent, and Respond to COVID-19 requirement of the CARES ACT. ESG-CV EMERGENCY SHELTER APPLICANT/ PROJECT NAME PROJECT DESCRIPTION PREVIOUS GRANT AWARDS REQUEST/RECOMMENDED 2020-2024 CONSOLIDATED PLAN and COVID-19 ELIGIBILITY % OF GRANT AWARD Emergency Shelter Housing ESG-CV Page 2 8 Salt Lake City Corporation New REQUEST:398,691$ Administration of Grant Programs * CDCIP:398,691$ MAYOR:398,691$ COUNCIL:-$ Maximum Score 129 Applicant Score: 103.9 REQUEST:398,691$ CDCIP:398,691$ MAYOR:398,691$ COUNCIL:-$ FUNDS REQUESTED FUNDS AVAILABLE Homeless Prevention 1,212,940$ 3,986,911$ Rapid Rehousing 823,355$ 3,986,911$ Street Outreach 241,097$ Emergency Shelter 864,400$ FUNDS RECOMMENDED Administration 398,691$ CDCIP:3,426,083$ TOTAL FUNDS REQUESTED:3,540,483$ MAYOR:3,526,083$ COUNCIL:-$ CDCIP Board Recommendation: AVAILABLE FOR ALLOCATION CDCIP:-$ MAYOR:460,828$ COUNCIL:3,986,911$ Administration Staff Analysis: APPLICANT/ PROJECT NAME PROJECT DESCRIPTION PREVIOUS GRANT AWARDS REQUEST/RECOMMENDED 2020-2024 CONSOLIDATED PLAN and COVID-19 ELIGIBILITY % OF GRANT AWARD TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE: TOTALS Board Motion For Remaining ESG and CDBG Funding: To go to homeless service agencies that could help with COVID-19 vaccination, such as agencies that can help identify low income, homeless, marginalized populations, and communities of color, to obtain and receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Aligns with Consolidated Plan and meets eligibility through the Prepare, Prevent, and Respond to COVID-19 requirement of the CARES ACT. Grant administration for ESG-CV Funding. * $314,748 Has been appropriated by City Council to cover administration costs for 2020-2021. Balance will be utilized for the remainder of the grant period. ESG-CV ADMIN GRANT AWARD: (NOTE: 10% is the maximum ESG-CV amount) ESG-CV ADMIN TOTAL ESG-CV Page 3 2020-2021 Funding Available: $87,443 1 Utah Community Action REQUEST:82,196$ Housing Stability HTFAB:82,196$ MAYOR:82,196$ COUNCIL:-$ Max Score: 129 Applicant Score 119.83Applicant Score 119.83 REQUEST:82,196$ HTFAB:82,196$ MAYOR:82,196$ COUNCIL:-$ 2 Salt Lake City Corporation REQUEST:5,247$ Administration of Grant Program*HTFAB:5,247$ MAYOR:5,247$ COUNCIL:-$ Max Score: 129 Applicant Score: 109.17 REQUEST:5,247$ HTFAB 5,247$ MAYOR:5,247$ COUNCIL:-$ FUNDS REQUESTED FUNDS AVAILABLE Housing Stability $ 82,196 87,443$ Administration 5,247$ 87,443$ TOTAL FUNDS REQUESTED 87,443$ FUNDS RECOMMENDED HTF Board Recommendation:HTFAB:87,443$ MAYOR:87,443$ COUNCIL:-$ AVAILABLE FOR ALLOCATION Administration Staff Analysis:HTFAB:-$ MAYOR:-$ COUNCIL:87,443$ HOPWA-CV ADMIN APPLICANT/ PROJECT NAME This funding will be utilized to provide Permanent Housing Placement (PHP) and Short-term Rent, Mortgage and Utility (STRMU) assistance for persons with HIV/AIDS, during the COVID-19 Crisis Grant administration for HOPWA-CV funding. * $314,748 Has been appropriated by City Council to cover administration costs for 2020-2021. Balance will be utilized for the remainder of the grant period. PROJECT DESCRIPTION PREVIOUS GRANT AWARDS REQUEST/RECOMMENDED 2020-2024 CONSOLIDATED PLAN and COVID-19 ELIGIBILITY % OF GRANT AWARD Aligns with Consolidated Plan and meets eligibility through the Prepare, Prevent, and Respond to COVID-19 requirement of the CARES ACT. SALT LAKE CITY HOPWA-CV PROGRAM: FUNDING LOG 2020-2021 APPLICANT/ PROJECT NAME PROJECT DESCRIPTION 2020-2024 CONSOLIDATED PLAN and COVID-19 ELIGIBILITY HOPWA-CV HOUSING STABILITY TOTAL HOPWA-CV HOUSING STABILITY PREVIOUS GRANT AWARDS REQUEST/RECOMMENDED % OF GRANT AWARD TOTALS Aligns with Consolidated Plan and meets eligibility through the Prepare, Prevent, and Respond to COVID-19 requirement of the CARES ACT. GRANT AWARD: TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE: (NOTE: 6% is the HOPWA-CV admin amount.) HOPWA-CV ADMIN TOTAL HOPWA-CV Page 1 SALES TAX REVENUE UPDATE THROUGH OCTOBER The monthly total table shows the FY Month of Sale after distribution calculation. Note: For the first 4 months, SLC is receiving 77% of the total distribution. This number is has climbed from 74% last year Month of Sale 2019 2020 diff 20-19 % Change 2021 diff 21-20 %Change Note July 5,166,159 5,509,305 343,146 6.6% 5,506,282 (3,023) -0.1% August 5,494,943 5,453,557 (41,386) -0.8% 5,363,921 (89,636) -1.6% September 5,990,942 5,979,661 (11,281) -0.2% 6,506,479 526,818 8.8% October 4,966,702 5,463,847 497,146 10.0% 5,190,694 (273,154) -5.0% November 5,186,889 5,461,007 274,119 5.3% 4,936,434 (524,573) -9.6% At budget December 6,321,763 6,883,312 561,549 8.9% 6,177,447 (705,865) -10.3% At budget January 4,901,735 5,697,416 795,681 16.2% 4,814,755 (882,661) -15.5% At budget February 4,925,841 4,468,260 (457,581) -9.3% 4,687,540 219,280 4.9% At budget March 5,739,003 5,980,157 241,154 4.2% 5,617,941 (362,216) -6.1% At budget April 4,743,045 4,607,410 (135,635) -2.9% 4,508,143 (99,267) -2.2% At budget May 5,480,257 4,834,144 (646,112) -11.8% 5,009,171 175,027 3.6% At budget June 5,980,148 5,986,060 5,912 0.1% 5,767,149 (218,911) -3.7% At budget Total 64,897,427 66,324,138 1,426,711 64,085,955 (2,238,182) 1% Budget 62,049,593 YTD Est Over 2.0 M Top 5 Sectors (>79%) of sales tax revenue. Numbers below represent pre-distribution totals YTD Jul-Oct Month of Sale 2020 2021 Sector Name sales_credit Diff FY Y/Y % Ch % of Total sales_credit Diff FY Y/Y % Ch % of Total Retail Trade 12,473,423 344,851 3% 40.6% 12,923,680 450,257 4% 43.8% Accommodation and Food Services 4,404,066 185,112 4% 14.3% 2,500,242 (1,903,824) -43% 8.5% Wholesale Trade 3,923,738 82,327 2% 12.8% 4,310,498 386,760 10% 14.6% Manufacturing 1,849,530 (67,199) -4% 6.0% 2,054,593 205,064 11% 7.0% Real Estate and Rental and Leasing 1,619,499 (60,392) -4% 5.3% 1,414,678 (204,820) -13% 4.8% Water Park Commemoration Survey Report November 2020 Survey Summary Timeline 87% support disassembly 52.6% Support a new water park 47.4% Support something else 1 Outreach Overview Glendale Community Council Presentation CARES Staff gave a presentation to the Glendale Community Council on September 16th. This started off the engagement period for the project. Webpage www.slc.gov/can/real-estate-services/waterpark 2 Social Media Posts were shared on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Nextdoor, Reddit and sent to the feedback community email list (6,000 + subscribers). 870 respondents signed up for future email alerts about the water park project. 3 News Reports 4 Survey Data •Do you support disassembly of the water park equipment and pools in order to remove hazards they present and make way for something new? •If costs and market forces of building a new water park where not an issue, would you prefer the land be used for a water park? 5 •Federal funds used to acquire the park restrict the use to outdoor recreation. In one or two words, please tell us your favorite outdoor pastime. Shared Photos from Survey Participants (68) 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Comment I WANT TO REIMAGINE...: A new facility for the homeless. Might I suggest a location for such a needed place? There is an unused 17 acre parcel of land in the Glendale neighborhood. YES you guessed it the now defuncted and dilapidated Seven Peaks/ Raging Waters park. While Upgrading would be far to costly for taxpayers to flip0 the bill. To hope for an investor to refurbish the water park is just going to be jabberwalkie. To demolish something that is already falling apart is cost effective. Sewer lines are intact power lines are intact. A single Woman's shelter, single Men's shelter and a Family shelter. Also a resource center is greatly needed in the Salt Lake valley. What better use for the 17 acre lot. Since the city Government totally dropped the ball in the Reo Grand district by closing down the shelters before they had any idea what so ever what to do with the homeless and needy Who utilized the resources that were found in that area. ie fourth street clinic, St Pauls' mission, travers aid...ect. It was unbecoming and absolutely disheartening for me to witness the callous unchristian like behavior that was given towards the most needy in our society. That was then this is now. It is easily accessible by bus, car, (shopping cart) what have you. It is also out of the way and not in residential neighborhoods like the so called shelters are located now. food for thought. thank you. Be well, Stay safe Name: Tim A v W Email (Anon) Social Media Comments 15 To Whom It May Concern, I just read the following article on the abandoned 17-acre water park in the Glendale neighborhood. https://www.fox13now.com/news/local-news/slc-asks-for-public-input-on- abandoned-water-park-site I would like to propose turning this abandoned 17-acre water park in the Glendale neighborhood into an intensive grazing permaculture model where people can get back to nature with a model of clean, organically grown clean food production run by and inhabited largely by homeless residents and/or mentally handicapped individuals. I would suggest in addition to establishing gardens and grazing areas that we build greenhouses to winter livestock in a healthy mix of vegetable growth, fish ponds, and aquaponics. This could provide an opportunity for people of sll ages to savor the energy of nature in a pristine permaculture environment which demonstrates a symbiotic interaction between livestock, fish, and plant growth which produces healthy , economic food production ripe for picking and petting. I have a vision for a self-pick or self-harvest organic food production theme park run by previously homeless and/or mentally handicapped individuals within a family-safe setting. The site could also provide a new venue for a permanent farmer’s market from which to sell the goods produced while providing an educational environment to teach SLC residents to replicate some of these food production models on their own residential properties. I would solicit the consulting guidance of farmers such Joel Salatin of polyfacefarms.com and permaculture experts to design and establish the optimal organic food production model for thos project. Thank you. Alan Cordaro (Resident of Sandy, UT) President American Revolutionary Ventures, Inc 801-577-7776 Email (Anon) It would be nice to see the city invest in projects on the West Side. Why not restore some of it and also upgrade it.Facebook that would be nice and re-fix all the pools with leaks Facebook How about investing in the West Side for once and bringing it back to its former glory? It was the city's mismanagement (under subcontractors) that allowed it to get to this point. Why should the people of Salt Lake lose this asset because of that? Why are all the open spaces on the West Side neglected by the city? Capital Improvement Program (CIP) project?Facebook 16 A dog park. Salt lake city and west valley city are the two largest cities in this state and yet there are no dog parks? West Jordan has one. Millcreek has one. This area is big enough to level it out and create a huge dog park. There can be a gated agility course, water fountains to be able to fill water bottles and bowls, throw in some benches. There are already some trees for shade. Give the people something useful. Get the residents of the community and their pets outside. Give them a reason to be outside. Give them something nice rather than treating them like they live in the ghetto, especially that area, and surrounding areas.Facebook A rec center would be great. Or even an indoor soccer arena.Facebook Make it a state run liquor store.Facebook Make it an independently owned, operated, and self-regulated liquor store.Facebook I’m sure it will just become luxury apartments like everything else in the valley. More unaffordable housing coming your way!Facebook I'd rather have apartment buildings than 600k+ single family homes. Single family zoning is killing affordability.Facebook I can't tell you how much negative activity has taken place near, in, or around there in the last years. It's sore for sure that needs to be remediated. But I honestly don't feel that "another" water park is an answer. The unfortunate part with that area, is anything "public" in time will likely become another source of conglomeration amongst negative activities. That's been my observations and experiences. I feel it would be better left to the private sector for development. Housing, office buildings, etc.Facebook it legally cannot be used for any purpose other than outdoor recreation.Facebook Low income housing to help people in need would be great (if the zoning allows)Facebook Kids packed that waterpark every summer. Now where are they during those hours? Pitiful that the place that brought so many memories is reduced to dollar signs. That area and those kids needed respite but the long lines to joy have convened on the streets. Put a price tag on that.Facebook Man. That place was the best. I had so many memories there. We had our 6th grade graduation there. I wore my hypercolor shirt and thought I was so cool 😆. Turn it into a skate park!Facebook I only went to Raging Waters a couple of times as a kid, but I had so much fun there.Facebook I think that should be $500,000 to $600,000 not $500. Facebook Although technically it's not wrong Facebook 💁🏻♂Throw a fundraiser on the upper east side to raise funds to rebuild it Facebook A public park with a water pad and walking paths Facebook Get rid of it. We dont need another water park in a drought filled state.Facebook $500, anyone? Anyone?Facebook Make a nice community garden...create a co-op! Beautiful space + will benefit community Facebook Turn it into a State Liquor store.Facebook 17 If costs and market forces of building a new water park were not an issue, would you prefer the land be used for a water park? Yes. It has been a great asset for the community in the past. However, I would suggest putting some thought into how to make this a service that would be more accessible all year and not just summer months (a portion of it could be indoor, ice skating rink in winter?). Also, making certain that this is accessible to all income levels is essential. For example, a discounted price for 84104 residents. Yes No. The water park has always been a burden on the Glendale community. We have had to deal with the overflow parking clogging our streets and all of their trash littering our lawns and sidewalks. The water park did very little if anything to contribute to the community it was located in. YES! I would love to get an annual pass to take my family to a water park close to home. I would rather see Glendale get a Amazing High school. yes Yes Yes Yes because in the summer A lot of people used to go there to have fun No, I would prefer it be used as a more accessible community resource--whatever that may end up looking like. yes No Not really no preference Nah, make a river park over there on the Jordan’s river... make a kayak, river surfing rapid and such. Yes, it would be an attractive amenity for the area. Yes, we need more water parks yes No. It didn't work out in the past so I think something that can be used year-round would be beneficial. Nope. It would be nice if financially feasible. No, we live in a desert. Yes. It was really nice for the community when it was operating. Yes No. Water parks seem fun but they are petri dishes of infection. Liability insurance for water parks is probably not affordable. no Maybe not. No. We live in an arid state No, make it a new type of water park--an ecological water park with wetlands, riparian habitat, etc.! I believe it is really important to NOT develop the space into apartments or homes. SLC is still short on recreation fields, open space and parks. No. Yes absolutely! Yes Yes that would be fine. Sometimes it is much better to start over brand new. In this case it would be better to redesign the entire park and by doing so start the construction fresh from the ground up. no, maybe a new multiuse indoor/outdoor pool. SLC does not have a good outdoor pool for families. Yes. I think water parks that are run well, only allow a limited number of people in the park at a time, and are cost effective can be a lot of fun. The problem comes from families that use parks like this as daycare during the summer or when there are so many people in the park that it is no longer safe nor enjoyable. Then some times the entry fee gets so high that most people will not go. No Yes, I would prefer the land to be used for a water park since most of the infrastructure is already in place. Yes, absolutely. It would be a great community gathering place. That would be nice. Or perhaps a beautiful green space with built-in water features such as those in Liberty Park? Perhaps some community gardens and gathering areas? probably, but another community or recreational use may be just as valuable Survey Comments 18 No. The water parks at Lagoon and Draper likely meets the waterpark recreation needs for the Wasatch Front population. If another water park is to be opened, it should be done so at the expense of a commercial entity and not be funded by the city. Some type of open space that allows community use. No. I have loved going to that water park, and if costs were not an issue, than I would love to see it restored- even if was in a different form- like a splash pad park or something like that. No. It's not an appropriate location and was not large enough to handle demand. A larger, nicer water park with adequate parking in an area outside a residential neighborhood would be much better. High density housing Not necessarily. I'd be happy with any kind of pleasant outdoor space. Yes, Salt Lake City needs a water park. It's hot here in the summer. Yes Yes. But perhaps an indoor facility to avoid sun exposure and minimize evaporation. Maybe something like the new U of U facility where most is inside with doors that open to the outside? Then this could be used year round. No, housing or actual park is preferred. Yes Yes No a full water park is a waste of money. I could see possibly a splash pad or something like incorporated into the park. Yes Yes! yes, a local water park would be great. If it was a public entity that everyone in our community could use, I think a water park would be great! Even better, a public pool, a place to gather like a water park but without the slides would be amazing. No, I much prefer a standard park with green space and room for citizens to relax outside. No. Wetlands Park that restores native habitat and provides educational opportunities. Any developments to the area south of 1700S could be offset with wetlands restoration to the neglected areas of the park on the north she. It seemed to be used up until it closed. Although it appeared that attendance declined as the facilities fell into disrepair. So I think there is still a customer base for something like this. no. No. A water park may have been a great idea before March of 2020. However, Covid-19 has really changed that calculus on any destination that attracts large crowds. This is likely a passing issue, but certainly impacts near term operating goals. If we can get a state of the art water park with water roller coasters and animal encounters then I am all for it. The area can use investment and revitalization. I just expect to lose money for the first 5 years of operation. Living in the glendale area I feel a renovated park with have an enormous community impact. Please correct your spelling No. But perhaps some water features should be retained, like an outdoor pool or splash pad. Yes. I would love to see a public water park on the west side of Salt Lake. I believe this would be a tremendously fun benefit to city residents and surrounding communities as well as a source of recreation and pride for the west side. Absolutely! I loved this park as a kid and made many memories there. no No, because it should revert to public space. Perhaps a public swimming pool and water complex, but not a private water park. I don't necessarily think building a new "water park" is a great idea but maybe new swimming pools or other water based theme, a canoe/kayak run, play wave or similar. I would prefer something more sustainable and less water intensive No A fun park, like liberty park It was not a viable operation during the boom years. Now with the Covid-19 virus problem it is very unlikely that people will be willing to return any time soon. No. A park - open space would be great. Definitely a park, preferably a park with water features for kids and dogs and people (yes, an expensive filter and filtration system would be needed) but especially with COVID and greater social distance we need more outdoor space and low cost, preferably NO cost options for kids to be outside and PLAY. 19 Yes, if it were a private venture. No government subsidies for a water park. I'd like to know what the alternatives are before saying that I want it to be a water park. to be use for rapid rehousing for the homeless https://endhomelessness.org/resource/housing-first/ No No! They are gross, loud, and ugly. Only catering to families with kids (you can be a family without children). I think it depends on how much use it got before it fell into disrepair. If not that much, then find a different use for it. I think the land could be easily repurposed into something else. Skate park, lawns, sport courts, etc for a much smaller cost. yes No. Seems too expensive to build which doesn't include operating / insurance costs either. A nice park with smaller splash pad type features would be great! No. I would rather see a biking, parkour fitness, “ninja” training or rock climbing facilities No. Summes get hot, and they are only continue to get hotter. Yes, Please have some sort of water park. It doesnt have to be as grand as it was, but something with swimming would be nice. No, I’d prefer something else No, but it should be used for open space. We do not have enough open spaces or garden spaces available in the city with all the urban housing developments. It would be nice to have a large children's activities park with large playgrounds and activities - kind of like Liberty Park. Glendale has the youngest population in the state and it would be used very heavily. Shame on Seven Peaks. I enjoyed Raging Waters as a young Utahan, I think it made for a great attraction that united the east and west sides of the valley. I would welcome a similar park. No. Personally, I'm unlikely to use a water park. However, since there isn't another decent water park in this area, I do support a water park, or at least splash pads of some sort. Perhaps a more accessible park that could be used throughout the year that had splash pads built in? No. I would prefer an open space like a park or wetland that does not require active maintenance by a private partner. As long as you don't sell it to your favorite luxury housing developers No No - redirect funds to improving other natural "water parks" (Jordan River parkway) and other outdoor rec spaces. No, because future improvements/upkeep is not worth the tax burden which will undoubtedly impact all residents. No. I don't know if it necessarily needs to be a waterpark, but it should remain as a public recreation area of some kind. That side of the city needs to maintain places for families and kids to go enjoy themselves in the summer. It would be even better if it were something that could be used year round. No Yes, or a public park/open space. How about a frisbee golf course? Not necessarily. No. No- Utah is the second-driest state in the US and a waterpark is a flagrant misuse of a scarce resource in this area. It would be great to see this space used to create a more ecologically-conscious outdoor space available for public use. Yes! Our older kids, teens and young adults have such limited things to do in our city they often get into trouble. Having an affordable water park not only serves that purpose but also give employment opportunities as well. It is worth the cost. Let the kids have places to get outside and be off of their screens! It's an inefficient use of space since water parks in Utah can only operate about 4-5 months of the year. No. No Absolutely. It’s ludicrous that there isn’t any other water slide park(s) in SLC. Where else can one be built anywhere in the county but there?!!! Sell it to another water park company. Let them do the repairs! No. I'd rather it be either a more traditional park, or a rec center (unless it's too close to an existing rec center), or just an outdoor community pool (rather than a waterpark) with park and picnic space outside the pool area. No. With our four season climate, committing the needed large amount of capital does not make sense. No. 20 No - this is not a sustainable use of water resources in Salt Lake City. The land should be converted into an urban food forest with long- term leases for small farmers as well as open access areas for growing perrenials and community led gardens. no Yes I definitely think Salt Lake needs a water park no No. No. Just a plain old fashioned park. More open access to parkland, trees, simple play areas, walking paths. no No. We have lagoon for a water park. No, I would prefer the land be used for something that could be used year-around and in a way that could benefit the local Glendale community / economy. The park is located near the Jordan River. Perhaps there is a larger way to celebrate the river and all it has to offer. I support looking at all options for the best use. Yes Yes, the area kids need a place to spend time in a safe environment. Not necessarily. No No opinion, but you may wish to have someone who is competent in written English to proofread the survey. In the question above "where" should be "were". Yes! Water park! Yes, or some type of recreational park. A lot of locals used that water park and it was affordable to all families. I would love to have a water park there. It was a part of my childhood and I hate to see generations not have the opportunity to enjoy it. No No preference Not necessarily but it should remain something the public can use recreationally. Build low income housing for chronically homeless, handicapped people. Yes, in the end, I wish it could still be a water park. I have really fond memories of going there as a kid, and it was one of the few places close by that was really a treat to be able to go but was still close enough that it was possible to go frequently. I want the kids in our community today and in the future to have that too. No Yes Absolutely. It is sad that the city allowed this to happen in the first place. Proper security and maintenance should have been in place to avoid the condition that was allowed to happen. Honestly, it’s unacceptable. In addition, the city should have been actively monitoring the condition, and making repairs as needed before it got to the point that everything needs repair at once. No Yes I don’t think that building a water park is the best choice from an environmental standpoint. Water is scarce and will only become more scarce. Additionally, along with water parks being expensive to maintain, they are often not cheap to attend. The community of Glendale would be better served by a creating a public space. No, I would prefer it be used to create a nice green space similar to Liberty Park No. Water parks aren't terribly equitable and with the lack of parks on the west side I think the space could be better utilized as a public amenity for that area. I am fine either way, I would probably take my kids to the water park a couple of times a summer, but am also fine with it being turned into something else. No, it should be used for green space. I don’t have any interest in using a water park, but if many others wanted it, I would not oppose it. an outdoor community pool would be nice to have It does not seem to make a lot of sense to put in a water park at this time. Maybe that isn't good forward thinking. Maybe looking back at park usage when the park was a viable operation would be telling whether it was something that would attract guests once this pandemic is over. 21 Yes Yes, we do not have a large outdoor waterpark in Salt Lake County. It is a great day summer outing for families. Part of the land could be a water park and part could be something else that wastes less water - skate park, basketball courts, tennis courts, pickle ball, baseball/softball fields/ Yes, it seems like it would be a great summer time resource for the city but the renovation costs seem high. No Yes. Perhaps it could be reduced in size and features that were the most popular back in the day could be rebuilt. Yes and no. The water park was a really fun place to go and a great way to cool off on hot days. That said, it felt really old school and wasn't that accessible for all so I would support something different in this space. Wading pools, a few splash pads scattered throughout, bike trails, picnic sites. No No. Use it for green space or small market stall space with inexpensive rentals for budding entrepreneurs or licensed food vendors. No. A general park or greenspace would be more appreciated. I would love to have an outdoor pool !!!!! That is the only thing I would want built in it's pace. Yes. NO, There are many more important things we could do with the land. No. It failed twice as a water park. 7 acres is a lot of assembled ground. A derelict water park is a lot of potential liability. Assuming the City has clear title, I would scrape it , market oi as one parcel and be patient. It could take a while. No I would rather it use for a swimming pool complex HMM facility center like they have out at Kearns A regular park. No Yes. Not really. It was expensive. I’d rather see something the whole community can use No No Yes Somewhat, I think a 'splash pad' would be good for the west side as there isn't anywhere for kids to have that kind of fun (to my knowledge they would have to go to Liberty Park for the canyon one there and I'm not sure if it has been open before COVID. Yes Yes No. Yes No. Would like to see community pool, gym, rec center, case management services and smart density housing with hefty dose of open green space No No, I would still prefer a different use of the land. No! Yes No I could see a water park being a great family attraction, close to the city. But the math would really have to work. Revenue would need to support operating costs. no NO! No Yes Yes! No YES!!! No Yes Yes 22 even just a regular park would be nice (i don't remember if the one nearby has playground equip or not), open green space, a garden space or coop of some sort. Oh hell no. Get rid of that [Language redacted]. Put in a green house, or a community or rec center. No NO! Absolutely not Honestly, I am not sure it is worth the money and time to create a water park when this space could be used for other types of outdoor recreation that are cost friendly. I don't mind the idea of a water park being there, but maybe something scaled down like just a couple of nice pools, splash pads, etc. (especially if owned by the city). But honestly the land would probably be better used as a nice park. No too expensive, aren't there cheaper types of park to build? Regular park yes No. The City has no more business running/leasing a water park than it does running a circus. No No, that is not an amenity needed in my opinion. No. It should be reimagined into something more unique, inclusive, and beneficial to the community No way. No. We need something that can need used year round. No. Probably, but I'm not sure. No Yes No, give the public an opportunity to remove existing items like power boxes or anything else found useful. Then turn it into a park after removing dangerous chemicals and structures. No Yes, we need a water park or other family friendly place in the city I would not have a preference. No but a large splash pad and playground would be nice. No Yes No Yes - or create another space similar to Liberty Park with multi-use options Yes indeed. Public swimming pools that offer free swim classes are an amazing meeting point for people with different socioeconomic backgrounds Yes Yes, a water park is nice to have in hot weather. But the management must have enough resources to keep it safe. I have fun memories from going there. But it had become unsafe and not well maintained in recent years. The workers were young and probably untrained. They did not charge enough to keep the business viable. Closed on Sundays! was a dumb decision for a seasonal business. It is a shame to lose it. The one in Provo is in much better shape. Yes, It was so popular for so many years. I have never been to the water park but have seen others enjoying it when I was playing Golf at Glendale Golf course. SLC waited too long to do anything, just like the Wingpointe Golf Course. HASTE MAKES WASTE! No No. Yes. No Affordable housing No. I'm not against it but I have no strong preference for a water park over just simply beautifying the space or allowing new development ideas. Yes, I prefer our coming generations to have a fair opportunity to enjoy a waterpark as families and friends rather than having to know someone well enough off to go boating at a reservoir. While having small pavilions for group reservations. 23 For a long time it worked well as a water park. One of the issues when it became seven peaks was that it was closed on Sundays. That made it an unsustainable business . Concomitant with that was the "pass of all passes", which made very cheap to go there and hence made it incredibly crowded on Saturdays! So sure I love there to be a water park there again it was a well run business where I wanted to go No. Nobody cared enough to complain since it closed so time to move on. Yes. I would like to have another water park there, but, it appears to be impossible. No No YES - for all ages and levels of ability. Use as part of future Olympic Facilities close to the city In normal time, maybe. Global warming would make a water park attractive to young kids and give them a place to recreate close to home. In the current environment, I would probably say no. Yes Yes. Back when the park was in good repair, our family enjoyed visiting the water park. While the area could be renovated to be more of a splashpad with an outdoor pool, it would be nice to maintain some sort of outdoor aquatic recreation site there at Glenwood Park. Yes. There isn't a water park in Salt Lake City proper and, done well, it could be an enormous amenity and economic driver for Glendale, making it a regional destination. Continuation of the 17th River Park....with recycle servies No. No Would the water park be run by the city or county? Yes. No Yes, something that highlights the Jordan River Area would be awesome. It’s the city’s waterway! yes go o ut anbd get bids from established operators for a long term use and see what happens Yes because Glendale needs a community center and something to be known for. Perhaps back to basics and strive to create a water park attraction unique in Utah since it would be competing with a few other regional destinations. If there was a wave pool, I would travel across town to use it. Not really since I don't frequent water parks. I would want whatever is best for the community and city, such as perhaps an indoor swimming pool, another dog park, and a nice park with natural vegetation and trails, places to sit or picnic, bicycle connections to JRT, an outdoor playground, and sufficient surveillance and maintenance to keep the homeless and vandals from ruining it. No. No- I never thought it was a good use for that parcel Maybe not a *full* water park, but something more akin to a great Rec center with really nice pools (lap pool separate) lazy river, splash pad, etc. No, a better use would a community gathering spot with restaurants, bars, outdoor activities Absolutely No Way! Yes. I never visited Seven Peaks, but it sounds like it was a great place to take a family during the warm months. If the cost were reasonable, I would support rebuilding the park. Only if it were acquired and operated by a private company with no public funds. Yes, if costs were not an issue, it would be great to have a water park in the area. However, I think the money would be better spent on a site that can be used year round, including the winter. NO. An actual park No, we are a desert. Yes 24 Yes. I lived in Las Vegas for over 20 years - Wet "n" Wild was one of the most popular attractions for residents and visitors. I moved to the SLC area in 2011. I have no "water park memories" to share. This looks to be a fairly easily accessible location, offering job possibilities - not the least of which would be lifeguards. There appears to be ample space for parking. One thing you might add is a fenced-off area for private parties - which would be an additional cost for business or family rental. As far as I can see, with careful planning, this could be a serious cash cow. No. Make the property owner pay and sell this property. If this land is privately owned there is absolutely NO reason to spend ANY taxpayer dollars on this. I take care and am expected to take care of my property so should they. Taxpayers should by no means take on private property issues other than hold owners responsible YES! No, a skate and BMX park please. No. I say turn it into a really nice splash pad. Yes, I want a water park there!! No. It should be a public park highlighting responsible water usage in a desert climate. Walking trails, a venue for outdoor concerts, a playground, a skate park. No No. Maybe a pool and a public park. How about an outdoor archery range? (Archery can actually be very safe). A skateboard park, areas for picnicking, and maybe pickle ball courts. A public garden would be good as well. No No, probably a green space like a park. Yes, if if market demand for a water park were there. I'd rather have a revenue generating piece of land. Yes Not particularly Green space, community park Only if Covid is a thing of the past No NO Yes, we need a modern water park No Yes Not really. No. No Not necessarily, but would prefer it be used for community access/recreation, green space if at all possible. Yes, I think it would be great for salt lake to have a water park, but I don't think it's for the city to solve. Yes No, the location is perfect for a water-centric public park for canoeing, linked with the Jordan River. No. No No. at least not all of it. should be more accessible to the public I think it would be nice to have one in this community, as well as maybe expand the area to include other affordable activities. No No Not really. It would be fine but drive to Lagoon ya know. Yes Nope! I think something more beneficial to the health of the users and more accessible would be ideal. No. Something more universally applicable should be there instead. No No, with the pandemic going on, its not a good idea. 25 Yes No. Get rid of the water park. Just make it a regular beautiful gardened with trees. neutral No, I think there are probably much better community-focused uses for the property as opposed to the for-profit nature under which it has been operating. It depends on what the alternatives are. I think a new water park could be good for the community and families and future generations. Maybe a splash pad and lazy river as part of a park, but not a water park. No, I don't think that's something the City needs to provide. I'd rather see it used for more general recreation, whatever is needed by the nearby communities. No, but the site should remain recreational and follow the same spirit. No Yes no As part of a city recreation center Yes No, I think it's time for something new. No. Water parks are expensive to operate. Staffing leaves much to be desired. Another skate park or bmx track would be awesome. Especially for the location. A green park wouldn't get good traffic. No Large park similar to Liberty Park I would rather not have a water park there. It is right by the trail. Id rather have open lands then a big fence. East side has a splash pad why not a small one on the west side. Less water would be used and would be just as much fun. Yes Yes Yes No. I do have good memories of raging waters as a child, but I think it is time to let go. I would love to see a west side park with splash pad though. No. yes If the water park were smaller and include a public park as well No. But perhaps a multipurpose center I assume you meant if it “were not an issue”, not “where not an issue”. I would be happy to volunteer to proofread future surveys. This is sloppy, and doesn’t reflect well on SLC. Personally, I would not use a water park, but I know many people who loved it in the day. I assume there would be good usage. Therefore, if costs and market forces were not an issue, I would be supportive of rebuilding (given a survey to determine interest). No, I would prefer a large recreational area open to the public. No. An outdoor water park operates for 4 months of the year so no revenue comes in for 8 months. Also, more people and their kids are avoiding the sun since sun exposure promotes skin cancer. No No, I would prefer that the site is restored as open space for the whole community, one that embraces the needs of many people, but interfaces with the Jordan River for a site that is worthy of the river, the community, and the valley. yes No No Yeah, a water park would be fun, though this is a desert so something else may make more sense. No No fill it with trees and make it a big park and allow high density mixed use surrounding it in non single family zones No Neutral Yes No 26 No, we live in a desert and don’t think we should use our valuable water and resources on a water park Yes. It is a great resource and family activity spot on the west side of SLC. It was a safe place for younger people to gather without parents and a relatively safe space. No, a water park would not be valuable to me No, it seems as though the community has lost interest or many people wouldn’t feel safe or comfortable going to that part of the city anymore anyway. No, I would like the acreage to be converted to a habitat that would augment the quality of the nearby Jordan River and allow humans to use the outdoor area for mental and physical relaxation and rejuvenation and be suitable for wildlife to thrive. No No. We have other existing water parks. Maybe add a water feature to a new park, but let’s not add another water park. No No Not necessarily. No No no No. We don't need a water park. no no No No. Yes it would be wonderful to have a fun family friendly state of the art water park at that location. No No No No No no No. It should be affordable housing. This is a perfect spot for it. No No No I would make it not a water park make a park that more people can use No. I think an outdoor space that is not a water park would be better. No. It better serves the community as open park land. No. I would prefer a community pool and community center. No No Yes, I think it was a fun addition to the neighborhood. Considering the costs, however, I don't believe it would be worth it. A west side water park would be nice! No. Some other community park/recreation resource would be preferable. It seems like there are a number of water parks and amusement parks in the area--not sure if another one is needed unless it would be more affordable for people to access this one if restored. I think a big splash pad is a better option for kids and free of charge to use. Less water wasted. Support surrounding neighborhoods. If a private developer were willing to spend the funds to do this, yes. I don't think public funds should be used to construct a new water park given past failures. Absolutely! I loved raging waters back in the day. But I suspect that market forces *are* an issue - usually these places fall into disrepair because the operator doesn't think the investments are justified. The City surely has some insight on their financials. Was it ever profitable after 7 peaks Provo opened? Love me some good urbex though, can't support removing anything until we have a clear plan for what's next. Not to the size of the existing park. If it could be scaled down to just a few slides, a lazy river, and diving boards, AND include lap pools and a fitness area it could be made into a successful rec center. 27 Yes. My family went every summer for over 20 years. This was a wonderful place to swim. The Westside of Salt Lake needs an outdoor pool like the eastside has. It would be great to have a pool like in Layton. Surf and Swim. Outdoor in the summer indoor in the winter. And have a big park around it Yes Bird refuge No No Yes Yes Yes. Glendale needs outdoor recreation parks. Things for kids to do. Take care of the west side. I would like to see a water park there. No YES!!!! This would provide a place for the youth in the area to get outside during summer, along with job opportunities and a place for families to go and enjoy each other. The closest water parks are in Farmington and Draper. They are overcrowded with terrible access. not really - a nice pool or other park Yes Yes Yes, it would be a great asset to the neighborhood if done right. It would be a bummer to have the property turned into multi family development or another skate park. Would selling it to a private entity, such as Busch Gardens, with the requirement that it be used as a water park be an option? No, but I would love to see a regular outdoor pool, similar to the one at the SLC Sports Complex by the U. I live in Fairpark and drive 20 minutes across town to swim there in the summer, because we are lacking that type of outdoor lap swimming in this area of town. only if it's a publicly run non-profit water park that is accessible to people of varying abilities as well as accessible to low-income individuals Half water park, half multiple use. Batting cages, miniature golf, outdoor activities. No No. Definitely keep the water park if feasible. That much vandalism withing the neighborhood would make me question the wisdom of pumping more money into another project. Yes, but that's a meaningless hypothetical unless someone plans to donate $20 Million. No. I’d prefer that the area and section of Jordan River in that area was cleaned up, both of garbage, thorny bushes, and unchecked foliage (that have led to the high number of homeless camps in the area) I used to take my 11 year old son fishing there every now and then, but between getting frequently caught up in all the shopping carts and debris in the water and a couple of scary encounters with transients, we no longer like going there or feel safe. This could be an amazing urban fishing area with city and community support. Despite the dirtiness of the water, the Jordan River supports a wide variety of fish and wildlife— imagine if it was clean! No Yes the water park would be wonderful. I love the idea of an affordable or free place for the community to come together. A water park could be such a place. But other ideas such as a nature conservatory, butterfly dome, arts and culture center, community-led class center, recreation center, and more could all be ways for the community to come together. Or maybe a combination of these ideas! definitely not. Unsafe. No parking. Yes. OR another large park like Liberty, but with a FEW large public swimming pools and a lazy river or something. Water slides are not necessary, are hazardous, and take up a lot of space. But there needs to be some better water recreation in SLC. No Yes No. We live in a desert. Yes No Yes Yes 28 Neutral. Can our system afford that heavy a use of water? It’s true that water play in a clean facility (as opposed to an unregulated & overcrowded reservoir eg Jordanelle) is an important form of summer recreation & relief, and the presence of such on the West Side is also important. It is important to protect property values and rents from being inflated as a result. What about a large skateboard, acrobatics, and climbing park incorporating smaller water features and just a large pool with slides & Diving boards? NO!!!!!!! We live in a desert. Maybe if it were possible to make a more natural pool, with plants and things in it, so people could still float and swim but without all the chemicals?? Yes. no Yes No Yes to water recreation - I visited the Boise Greenbelt with family This summer and we all had a great time. Places to sit and lounge in the river and ponds. Picnics and smiles. We especially liked the whitewater park and thought the kayaking and wake boarding there could serve our outdoorsy community well. Any way parts of Glendale Golf Course could move over to take the place of the park ground and the land next to Jordan River could be freed up for something like this: https://www.boisewhitewaterpark.com/ No. Yes No No no Hmmm... I'm split on this. I love water parks, and feel that SLC could benefit from one - but I could also be excited about a really cool and unique public park in its place. Either way - it's all about taking this opportunity to create something amazing. We don't get too many chances as a City to work with this much public space at once. Sadly no. We can’t afford to waste the water. A water park is a bad idea in our current drought/climate change environment. I liked the water park, but an alternative park would also be good. No. Salt Lake City does not need another water park. The city in the middle of a high desert and water parks waste a lot of water. The city and surrounding counties still don't have a comprehensive and enforceable water conservation program and a new water park would only bring SLC closer to having less clean water for drinking, cleaning, and growing food. Yes My kids grew up enjoying the water park. It was always a fun place to go. We would love to have a water park again, if possible. No, make it into an mountain bike park (a la 9-Line, Trailside in Park City). The long term up keep will be expensive and returns limited. It should not be the city’s problem to maintain. Why was such vandalization allowed to begin with? Who let this go into such disrepair? Children and families need places to place and recreate. It is a shame that this site has been allowed to fall into such a state. Now the city wants to disband it. It never should have gotten to this point to begin with. Regular maintenance and upkeep are vital to any park and without that you soon have a dump as is here the case. No. Yes Ambivalent...it might be useful to have the space be something which would appeal to more of the public than a water park does. Absolutely not. Water parks have become dinosaurs. No I would much prefer to make the property into something more functional such as a regular park with a splash pad. No. a botanical garden no Yes It can be used for whatever as long as it is cleaned up Yes No. It was built as a water park because those were becoming popular. If water parks aren't popular enough to fund its development, then it shouldn't be a water park. It could be so many other outdoor recreation venues that are less expensive and more popular. What about a bike track/velodrome? Maybe an outdoor swimming pool but not as extreme as a water park? I'd love an olympic length outdoor swimming pool. I think water should be a feature of the park - as a pond or an interactive stream. No 29 No.....but an actual park with trees would be nice. Yes, but on private land by private non guaranteed loans. All abilities playground like the one in st george Yes! No, but a splash pad would be cool No, a water park in Utah is not a money maker and will continue to be a drag on limited City resources. No the land and water park should only be rebuilt by private funds, private company. No, it should be open space, preferably a nature park Not really No. NO No. It should be made into outdoor green space with a playground and dog park. It could then be used to also hold farmers markets in the summer for local residents Historic park like Pioneer Village at Lagoon No, make it a dog friendly water play place. No. How about using the site for social services and affordable housing? This addresses the hazards of the abandoned property. It also addresses SLC's most pressing crisis. No No That would be great. You have to drive north or south for those kind of recreational activities. Maybe even something smaller like a spashpad. yes no Yes. There is nothing here in the city like this waterpark where people can go play and have fun. The closest water park would be at Lagoon or 7 Peaks in Provo. Salt Lake City as well as Salt Lake County need something like this again. No. I think there is huge potential for developing this space in a way that more generally serves the community. Think community garden, skate park, urban forest, tennis courts, pickle ball, amphitheater. No. Preserve the open space with as little water waste issues as possible. Prepare for the future of climate change and ongoing drought in the new use No I am not opposed to using the existing site for another water park, but hopefully we learn a lesson from our previous experience. If some other party steps forward with a replacement plan, they should be required to put up a bond in order to take care of the site in the event it is eventually closed or abandoned so that the city doesn't have to pick up the cost. Even some sort of industrial park would be better than what currently exists. No- I don’t believe we need another water park in the desert west. No. Especially in light of the pandemic. Water parks are crowded and wasteful of our natural resources. The area could be much better served as a biking park, trail system, or other outdoor recreation area. No, I feel like there could be a better community event center. Yes No. No. We have no need for a water park in this part of the city. no Yes a water park No - perhaps a park for everyone - with splash areas, putt-putt, etc. No- water parks are disguising, expensive to remain, and a waste of a precious resource. Yes No. Having a water park in the poorest neighborhood in the city would never work. We can't afford to attend it anyway unless it was super cheap and neighbors got discounts. It would just fail again. Something needs to go there, but why not a waterpark? Your email doesn't address what I view as the key issue: can the water park make money? Why not turn it into a public/private partnership? No. I would like something more natural there. Yes!!! Personally, no. However, I would not be opposed to the rebuilding of a waterpark if there were sufficient market demand for it. Yes 30 Yes Yes - Salt Lake is so very hot in the summer, so a water park would be greatly appreciated. no. I prefer a public amenity that is accessible and open to all members of the public that incorporates recreation with environmental sustainability and access to the river. I support a regional park concept but with additional art and local neighborhood concepts. Bird refuge with trails I was thinking just a regular park with paved sidewalks, playgrounds for the kids, and maybe a swimming pool as homage to raging waters Yes, as long as it is self-sustainable. Yes! It's such a great location to have a water park that's for both kids and adults. Yes, but one that celebrates the Jordan River. A more naturalized experience that grounds people and connects them to the land and water. No No. A sustainable water park seems out of reach. A big dog park! Like Tanner park but fenced with trails, trees, and agility equipment for play! No sure, in a perfect world. who would run it? While I like the idea of a water park, I do think that it would be better to incorporate one with the Jordan River Parkway as sort of a destination that people could drive, bike, or walk to. The best use would be as an urban camping ground. This would allow for planting much more trees than would be possible with a water park or even a park. No. It should be turned into a park similar to Liberty with walking paths and access to the Jordan River. No Maybe; it depends on alternative proposals. a WATER PARK WOULD BE GREAT@ I would prefer a park and maybe a small community center, something for all ages and demographics.It would be a nice stop on the Jordan River bike path. A pond is a nice feature as well as a nice quiet area. A skate park and an off leash area would be a nice addition to the neighborhood. No, I believe the community could be better served in other ways. Yes! The water park has a long Salt Lake City history with many, many families and we don’t have another one...it’s a great place to goin the summer with your kids and even as an adult I enjoyed it... PLEASE don’t tear it down and make way for another gingerbread, no set back apartment or condo building! We have those.... We don’t have a water park! yes A family friendly, outdoor space. Offer sports - pickle ball, basketball, volleyball, picnic tables, pond, Playground, food venues. Would love to have small cafes or eateries. Live music, putt putt golf course, chess/ping pong. Research Klyde Warren Park in Dallas as a comparison. So many low maintenance activities for all in the community to enjoy Our favorite park/area in Salt Lake is sugarhouse as it has plenty of food places and we can walk across the street to enjoy family dates at the park. We would love to have something closer! No, I'd much rather see a space for multi-season events and activities. Yes I'd prefer a place that doesn't cost me any money for upkeep or entrance fee, walking around enjoying a park with a water fountain would be just fine for me. no Yes, I spent most of my childhood at Raging Waters and am saddened by not being able to make memories like that with my own children. No, I'd rather just have a regular park: trees, paths, natural plantlife. Maybe a water feature. Yes, or a comparable activity center No, there must be a better use of the land than that. No. 31 Sure. Water parks are fun if money is no object. No. Water parks don’t seem to do well in Utah. A public park with a splash pad in remembrance of the park could be useful. no, water parks have a terrible carbon footprint. Let's do a park or rec center or something. Yes, This was once the best amenity the Glendale neighborhood had and now has become another detriment. The City's negligence (as property owner) has compounded the deterioration to the point that it is now hopeless the save what is there. Even the lack of irrigation has led to the death of most of the vegetation. At this point, I don't think I can trust the city to do the right thing. The budget presented above is probably insufficient to do any thing more demolition of the existing facilities and installing turf. I suppose the question answers itself. Raging Waters as I knew it was Spectacular in it's day. It's not worth the restoration cost vs the demolition and allowing for something new to occupy the space. It looks like plans might be moving forward on something that was in consideration a year or so ago. And the deck is being cleared politically and publicly ahead of any City Involvement. A company representative tells me they have big plans to renovate the park into a destination resort with new pools, slides, restaurants, retail space, and even the world’s longest lazy river. They envision it as the Disneyland of waterparks, but they need the city’s help to get a loan for the estimated $20-25 million it would cost. If they do, would area residents even be able to afford going there? That's one good option! Not necessarily. There are other water parks in the state. Yes, Yes, Salt Lake needs a water park Make it a skate park No The West Side needs for economic opportunities. Make it a large park designed to also allow for commerce such as flea markets, food trucks, boutique pop-up shops, farmer's market, etc. yes I think a water park would be good for the city where it is hot. However, an open space usable year round would be best. yes NO Yes. Summers in this area are hot, and the water park was a local jewel for all ages. Yes most definatley No, we have plenty of wonderful pools in the area. We don't need a water park. Yes. I think water parks are an essential part of childhood!! I loved that place when I was younger and if it could be redone and brought up to code for the next generation I’d prefer that. It’ll be sad to see it torn down. And it’s such a great central location. Glendale area deserves some love Maybe regular multiple swimming pools No. SLC Public Works folks have failed to properly maintain the CONTRACT allowing the miserable situation that now exist. The City allowed two different contractors to get away owing hundreds of thousands of dollars. The City has shown over the history of the park it cannot properly manage either the park (nearly bankrupt when City initially ran it in the early 80s) then failing to properly manage the contracts after that. Given this history, the City is better off without the park. Yes; but ongoing maintenance and cleanliness are such big issues. No. No. I think there is something more suitable for this environment. I am not opposed to a fun park for kids and families. I'd like the boat ramp to remain, as I use it weekly to kayak in the Jordan River. It would be nice for families, but seems that the cost of operating it is very costly. So maybe yes. No. A skatepark would be ideal use of a healthy section of the site. No, I have no interest in a water park at this location. no Yes No, we live in a desert and need to conserve water, be more efficient with public water use and acknowledge a water park in a desert does not advance the City's water goals but actually makes it harder to meet those goals. No. given the pandemic it is an unprofitable proposition. No 32 No, something more useful and free for use would better serve the community. Yes I only used it a handful of times in the past, but it was very popular when it was open. I don't want whatever is done to cost a lot of money. no, would prefer some other park yes Yes I would! I think a really fantastic water park would be an incredible asset to Salt Lake, and I love the history of this park. How cool that it's been there since the 70s! Maybe it's covid and fall talking, but the idea of lounging at a beach in a waterpark seems like heaven right now. No preference on usage, but I do use the boat ramp to the Jordan River and don't want that to be removed or made inaccessible. I do not believe the government should be involved in owning or operating a water park. Only if its ongoing maintenance and repair costs (that I'm certain will NOT be paid for by federal grant money) have been considered and built-in to future city budgets. No. Perhaps a swimming pool and park available to all. Yes Anything that would benefit the community and lead to activities for famiies would be good; I used to take my children there. No That or another attraction would be nice. No. Use the land for a regular public park, emphasizing education about conservation, urban gardens, and plant TREES--lots of them. Probably. It's nice to have something like that so close to downtown. Maybe sure Yes Maybe! Yes No Yes absolutely it should be used for a water park Yes indeed Yes, this area needs a water park badly. Most regions in the United States have at least one good water park to visit. I miss that terribly since I moved from California and Georgia- both of which have fun water parks. Those probably bring in a ton of revenue to dining, parking and the nearby shopping that could easily be Utah based and family owned businesses. I would love to see a water park. We don’t have anything like it on the Westside. It gives our kids job opportunities and recreational opportunities. It is within walking distance and it was a fun way for our kids to stay out of trouble during the summer. No, I think water parks are out of date and not in touch with current needs. No Yes, just make it smaller but affordable for family's and a little less flashy. Maybe a small wave pool. We don't want to compete with Logoon for big flashy stuff. The flashy stuff cost to much to maintain and most of us can't afford the Lagoon prices. !!!!!! Have some picnic tables between the different stuff and pools. Maybe a large area for family gettogether with a large fire place or something like that. Maybe just standard size pool for water sports. Sorry to see the water Park going H**L - sure was fun while it was running. Yes, use the land for a new waterpark. Raging waters was an iconic summer spot and its heartbreaking to see what has become of it. Salt lake needs more water parks! Yes Yes. Raging waters was an important and fun part of childhood in SLC for a long time. Having a fin water park in that area of the city made for a safe and exciting gathering place for many children. No. Water parks are only usable for a short window in Utah. An indoor version is something I would prefer to the current park design, but yes. No *were Yes the land should be used for a water park 33 Yes Maybe No, not necessarily. There are lots of other good options it could be used for to benefit the community. No, we need more adult soccer fields Maybe a small nice public pool would be better, and much cheaper. Or just a public park. Yes A water park should be one option. A survey should be taken with the different options being created by the Recreation Department at the University of Utah. Yes, Salt Lake City needs a water park for families to enjoy, there are none. Yes Yes. I have missed going to the water park. I would prefer a new water park than more open nature area. (Don't get me wrong, I LOVE open nature areas by the river too!) No. No Yes there are a lot of kids in that area that need activities to do. So if not a water park a skate park and play ground. No No, they can be dangerous and the cost probably doesn’t give a good ROI. Yes, there are very few water parks in the region. No No no preference although I think the immediate local community should have the most weight in that answer No No Yes Yes I would prefer the water park or some nature use of the property if cost were not a factor. No, I think the space should be used for something else. Make it an outside concert and events venue Yes this is Utah we fun stuff to do in summer Yes Only if a private enterprise could fund new construction, operations and maintenance at no cost to the city. If it can't be done without public money I am opposed to it No No I would definitely prefer it to be used for something that could be used by the greatest number of people. So please definitely don't make it another golf course for hell's sake. Rich white men are not in desperate need of more public land space. Yes Yes Yes, it's so hot in the summer we need something awesome like water world in Denver No No, but some smaller scale water play is desirable for low/no cost public access to a place to cool down. I only went to the water park twice with my kids in the past 15 years. However, it was actually pretty fun. So if money wasn't an issue I think it would be good to build another water park. It seemed to be popular and it's nice to have another water activity option in SLC. Maybe you can include an outdoor lap pool. No I don't think a water park is something salt lake city really needs honestly. Something lower scale would be nice though. A large public pool would be as far as I would go. No, it would be better to spend the money on a cultural or historical or artistic site. No. A primarily native land park would be better. Yes It would be fun, but not realistic. I would love to see another county aquatic center like Kearns Oquirrh Park with a big outdoor (covered) competition pool! Yes Yes! Some sort of step up from a splash pad and much larger would be fun for families to go to. Nothing super fancy is needed for p ople to enjoy it. 34 Yes Yes Waterpark is still needed on Salt Lake Valley not really. Boat ramp to the river should remain and maybe a multi-use outdoor recreation area. Yes. Hot summers need water parks. Keep SLC fun and family friendly. I would really like a water park there, please please. I know so many people would love to go to the water park there. Yes Yes Yes Make it into a splash pad like the one in Bluffdale. Yes Yes yes yes Yes Yes Yes water park stuff is fun but I bet some water park like features could be done for cheaper Indifferent No. Yes We have loved our time at Seven Peaks and would love to see another water park. Absolutely. It would be nice but it's not necessary. No Yes definitely No No Yes Yes Yes No preference Yes Absolutely Yes That would be fine Yes, better yet take note from Great Wold Lodges and other cities around the world who have INDOOR water parks. Some even have hybrid outdoor/indoor sections fir the warmer/colder months. Very sad to see what Seven Peaks did with the place. Trashed it entirely. No. No No yes Yes Yes. Stop spending money on black lives matter murals and maybe there would be funds No... This day and age with Covid this is the last thing that should be on anyone’s mind. This is land should be allocated to a low income housing project to help support Citizens get back on their feet and prosper and benefit economy as a whole. Secondarily I would support a motion to make it a open space area. No Yes I would love it! We used to go to Seven Peaks all the time. YES the kids in that neighborhood need that water park! They will never get to go to one like this. no No. I would prefer the land be used for something useful. A shelter for those without homes... 35 Yes it could be fun still No Yes Yes Preferably it would be great if it was a water park. No. I'd rather see it used as more xeriscaped, "green", self- sustaining, low-water use space. Yes Yes No, I think a spot for people with disabilities would be wonderful. How about a huge botanical garden that is wheel chair accessible? How about a giant City Garden that provides families and individuals an opportunity to learn about gardening and creat strong family bonds? Yes No, we have plenty of water parks and not enough parks open for other sports. Yes No Yes Not if the water park was being a hazard to the environment. But I loved going to the water park when it was open! If it were safely redone, that would be ideal. Yes. Most definitely No No Revive some of the water park features a small reasonable amount, build new attractions like outdoor rock climbing walls, and other activties, food vendors etc (could even be good trucks) outdoor roller rink, mini golf and other things along that line which, make it a good place to take a date too then with revenue from the park, slowly rebuild more of the water park over time. Hire me to manage the renovation and future operation, as a former executive for the nation's largest health insurance, I have both the time and ability to easily turn this into something amazing. Yes Yes, but another park would be really good too. Yes No No A splash pad or water conservative option is preferred Yes This is really sad to see. I grew up going to wild wave and raging waters. It’s shameful that people vandalize and ruin other people‘s properties. It would be fun to keep this as a water park. I’m not sure if anyone could afford to repair and fix it up. It would be nice to have some thing like lagoon, but as a waterpark. It seemed when raging waters/seven peaks owned it they never put any money into maintain it. Therefore, it ended up deteriorating every year. I feel it wasn’t manage well like lagoon. If anyone ever buys this and turns into a successful water park. They need to take note from the owners of lagoon and put a little bit of money into the business. Don’t sell cheap passes that let’s everyone in. I feel when they did that it really went downhill and all the slums Went in and vandalize and ruined things for everyone else. It makes me sad that such a fun place is so run down. No Potentially yes, or something similar with water recreation as a component. Not a vanilla park No, a community park or shopping area would better serve the local residents. No, I think there are better uses for the land Yes!! It was great to bring in people to eat and then visit the park from several counties! I think the location is too central to use for a water park. I think it should be redeveloped into housing. Yes Yes Personally no. I’d like to see a regular park replace the area. Yes absolutely. Salt Lake City needs a water park. This one is sorely missed. And it is saddening to see the current state. Yes, there isn't many water parks in Utah, in fact there's only one left that I know of. If building an entire new one where Raging Waters was is a possibility, that's definitely the way to go. Yes, but maybe a splash pad and park would be more cost efficient and usable by the public. 36 Yes it would be a great asset to the city, there isn't another place like it in the county. Seems like these places are difficult to sustain. College age people and adults with money don't want to go there because there are too many kids. Families from the East benches are scared parking their car and being around the locals of Glendale and Poplar Grove. You always have to innovate or it becomes stale and people lose interest. Lots of money for maintenance. Still a couple of generations of residents have great memories at Raging Waters. It was a fantastic place as a kid. Sad to see it's current state. Absolutely! This water park means so much much to generations of my family. On the last day of operation in 2018 (little did I know it would be the last day ever), I went with my young single adult church congregation to the park. I sent a text to my mother to tell my terminally ill father that I was there, was thinking about all the wonderful times he took my siblings and I there growing up, and that I loved him. The next day, he took to his death bed, became unresponsive in his final bouts of suffering from the effects of metastatic Prostate Cancer, and died three days later at the age of 55. This waterpark means more than you or I could ever fully comprehend. If there is any remote chance that it could be reborn still a water park, that would be incredible! Yes No, a community outdoor pool along with a outdoor space that enhances the river and parkway. No No YES Please besides the provo water park the salt lake is the only one we have left. We NEED a water park and just having one for the entire state would be detrimental to our community. Most definitely Yes No No Yes No Yes! We loved going there when it was Raging Waters. Yes No a water park is a waste of water. This should be something with a lot of green space. Maybe something similar to happy hollow in San Jose. Then at least it could generate revenue. It would be nice to have a place for kids, we have places like lagoon but not in the city. A smaller park would be great for families to go on a weekend and not have drive to Draper or another place. Yes, a water park for the community would be a great resource to beat the heat and has a great location to further promote the jordan river as a water recreation source. No Sure It shouldn't need to be a water park, but it should continue to be something that brings joy to people! Yes, I grew up going to Raging Waters every summer and I absolutely loved it. No No No NOOOOO. We only need Lagoon Yes I think we need that here in salt lake No, I think something else would be better I don't know that is prefer it, but I wouldn't object either Yes. I love seven peaks Yes Absolutely yes. The only problem I see here is the greediness from every aspect. If you really want to do something for the community stop thinking to the God money and profits and go with your hart, otherwise burn everything and make apartments like there is no tomorrow.. Yes 37 No No "If costs and market forces of building a new water park [were] not an issue, would you prefer the land be used for a water park? " Probably. Maybe. Just because I know people who loved it so much and I hoped one day that I could have enjoyed it with my family, when my children became old enough. I don't care if it's a water park again. No, it would be a waste of funds. There are other water parks and many river areas to go to. Let the university use the land to learn botany, and the eco system. High schools can participate as well. You would also get funding...solved Yes Yes Sure. Only issue is COVID now No, I see it as a beautiful opportunity to build an awesome skate plaza, which will help youth and adults alike practice the sport safely, without endangering other people’s property, or public property. Yes Yes! We loved going to Seven Peaks. Yes Perhaps if similar to that of Cowabunga Bay. Yes. We need a good, large-scale water park in Salt Lake County. The only other one I’m aware of is Cowabunga Bay which is very small and literally just in a parking lot. No Yes Nope. I have a different idea No No, I think there are much more meaningful ways to use the land I think making it into more of a splash pad structure like the park out near riverton/herriman seems like a great way to keep it a water park and hopefully not cost $20 million I think it would be cool to have an art park, where graffiti is allowed and other community art installations can go up. It could also feature regular park attractions (playgrounds, picnic areas, etc.) The playgrounds could also be made into art No because it would fall into disrepair again if you put in another water park Yes lo No Yes. Yes! Seven Peaks was a fun water park and I'd love to see it restored. Yes, most definitely Yes No No. Disc golf. Not really, a public park or community center of some kind would probably be better Yes I think remove all old and have a community pool maybe little rec center for the kids and it will bring in money as well Splash pad great idea Not necessarily. No. I owned a season pass to Seven Peaks for a few years in a row and only went half a dozen times. No No Yes I loved the water park. Utah needs a water park where a lot of people are going to use it. That location is perfect and it needs an update. Find a company that will spend the money to do the repairs and make it safe. Whatever you do with $500,00 to $600,00 will not be as fun for the community as a water park. Yes, there is a need for a water park in Salt Lake City. Cowabunga Bay is a great water park, but mostly caters to younger children. A water park for older children and teenagers is greatly needed. I think it would be really cool if the architects for this project could recreate something similar to the old Saltair building, which was located at the Great Salt Lake, and build a water park around this theme. Saltair is a piece of Utah history and a place that our grandparents and many visitors flocked to for swimming and water activities. I think a water park commemorating some Utah History and sharing how our relatives also enjoyed water activities could be a neat project that could provide a place for families to enjoy and share their own water activity memories. 38 Potentially. Shifting to another type of public space like a natural park would be nice too and help build the neighborhood Yes but on smaller scale and add other recreational Activities as a big water park uses a lot of water and being with the water situation water conservation would ideal and no use keeping old outdated equipment. No, as more apartment buildings are crowding in. Our community needs to meet the needs of that growth. Practical prudent planning for the future is more important than ever. I believe something like a public school, hospital or a park that would accommodate farmers market and playgrounds. No no I wouldn’t mind one so close to home but there is Cherry Hill and Lagoon to the north and Seven Peaks down south No Yea no, choose something environmentally friendly. No Yes. And it would be amazing if it would be affordable to attend the water park. Or even make it less about giant slides, but resemble natural swimming areas found around the state of Utah. Yes I would as my family enjoyed using the water park in the summers. But a nice community center with indoor water park amenities would be wonderful, similar to Provo’s recreation center and it’s great indoor/outdoor water park space. No I think you could keep a lot of the original design and land and build a multi area dog park. Yes. The park was a frequent attraction for our family. A place to cool down in the hot summer months. But maybe there is a more year round concept that is possible with some thought; for 4 seasons or more seasons use. No Yes Yes Yes Yes, that or a splash park. If there was still demand for a water park I wouldn't mind. I would like to see the water park turned into a skateboard park. It would bring people from all over and would not require much upkeep or investment of funds and it would not require the use of water! No The waterpark was already loosing visitors, I don't see another one being a good idea. It should be a surf park. No City park No a new disk golf course Yes Not necessarily. It's very sad this is lost and a part of me doesn't want to let it go, but as a lap swimmer I prefer indoor pools with fewer distractions. I would rather see more adult fitness things like a parcourse (such as we no longer have in Murray Park), or the large, sturdy all-ages playground ( that can be used by adult-sized people as well as kids) at Lodestone Park in Kearns. Yes!!!! No, amusement parks are pretty gross places that really only kids enjoy and these days most kids would rather be at home, renewing the grounds as a community garden, dog park with walking trails, or making the area very useful as cheap housing,maybe a trailer park would be very beneficial to the community Yes. I think that it serves an undeserved location of the community. We used to frequently go to the park on summer days after work for several hours. We also had Lagoon passes, but enjoyed the close proximity of the water park. I understand the economics of trying to bring back a water park that's in this star of disrepair, but if the money was there, I would love to see it turned into a modern park/community pool. I think it would be very popular if done right. Yeas No. With Covid, that seems like a tremendous amount of money to spend in the midst of a pandemic that has no real time-line of slowing. We are still in a place where we have no way of knowing if people would feel safe enough to go. Even a year or two from now. If ever. Yes 39 Unfair to compare 20 million for a finished park to 600,000 for clean-up only, noting that future development costs would still have to be added on. 20 million is a lot of money, but the kids are worth it -- they need somewhere to go to have wholesome fun. Can't vote on a new water part without knowing what could be done to prevent future fires, vandalism, etc. If a repeat of the current outcome can be prevented, I'm all for the new one--we had some good times there. No, how about a dog park? Only if the rebuild hada serious (probably costly) eye toward water sustainability. Water is our most precious resource in this desert. A water park would be nice, as our climate warms, but I worry about the park's impact on the local Jordan River ecosystem. Open space with trees Yes I have fond memories of the water parks there, but I'd prefer that the land be used for something else. City park No Waterpark my hope, if had to be something else a community fishing pond would be perfect for that spot! No I wouldn't be opposed but 20 million seems like a huge hurdle to clear to ever make it feasible. No Yes, there are no other water parks. An epic sporting contest. Fill it with mud. Fill it with foam. Fill it with fun. Yes Yes I am unsure No Yes and No. Save what water areas are not leaking, destroy what is leaking and fill in with dirt. Add parks and recreation for events I do not care No, water parks are a waste of resources and germ infested areas. It is not a good use of space for everyone to use. Yes! Sure. No No - particularly if it is closed on Sundays as the old one was. No No. While the park has been popular in the past, the cost and commitment to keep the park running and making upgrades to keep the park competitive is more than a publicly owned facility can sustain. I’m afraid we will be once again stuck with a white elephant. Yes 100% there is not another one anywhere close. We would definitely be season pass holders!! No Yes. I love water parks i would support some type of active recreation area, maybe a smaller water park with other activities Not necessarily. Yes Yes No. We only get a free months of the year for outdoor swimming. Is rather see something that can be used year round No No No---I think we could use it for green space instead. I think a public park and disc golf course would be great. Opens it up for everyone and gives disc golfers another SLC option (also very cheap to build and maintain). Yes. There are so few places to take the kids for a water park in the valley. I would love to see it rebuilt. I would even support a small tax hike or donation request to aid in its construction. YES WE NEED A WATER PARK IN SALT LAKE COUNTY. yes. I believe there would be interest by the residents of Salt Lake valley and beyond to have such a feature. I spent many summers at Raging Waters and would love other kids to have that experience. My family has always enjoyed spending time on our many beautiful lakes during the summer time, I would rather not see the land used for a water park. Yes and no. Anything that includes public green space is fine with me. 40 No No. I don't want a water park Yes Yes. There are well over 1,000,000 people in the Salt lake valley. If you had a virtual fundraiser of some sort I'm sure almost every resident here would be willing to pitch in $20+ to help meet the financial requirements of a new water park. Especially those of us who grew up going to Raging Waters. No. The water park is seasonal, with high maintenance and operational costs. The land could be better utilized by the community. Return it to a more natural state! Perhaps a community garden interwoven with paths and sitting areas. No Yes Absolutely, I would prefer the land be used for a water park. No Yes no Sure, I'm indifferent. Would be great to have an updated safe and clean water park. You could also add 9 more holes to Glendale golf course or a par 3 course. Yes No Could do an elaborate splash pad. Part for small children part towards older children. Still water but not as much money as slides and pools. I live near and my children would love it. With the virus though most aren't using parks under the restriction so it could be less used for a while. No. Absolutely No. No Yes, the Westside needs some fun (and safe) places for kids and families. Yes, I would prefer a water park. The park that it used to be is located conveniently for freeway access. It is the closest water slide park with a wave pool/pool to me, in Sandy. It could be a great gathering place again. Only if it were insured. To many injuries. Yes, because we do not have a water park in the area. But only if costs were not an issue. I dont think it matters what the "people" want, you'll end up building MORE apartments, condos or townhouses 🙄👎👎👎 No. We already have Lagoon. It could retain an area with water features where pipes are still intact. Perhaps the "geysers" that children like to play in and a large natural park. No. I think the city should build a skatepark or bike park. I think it would be a great place to put in a disc golf course! While are a few courses that already exist in Salt Lakecounty, the majority of them are in parks that are frequented by walkers and such, and as disc golf becomes more popular, it creates more congestion in each of them. Opening a new park that is focused on disc golf will be useful in providing an additional location for disc golfers, as well as reducing congestion in other parks. Yes. I grew up spending every summer at Raging Waters and I think it is a great adventure for children and adults. I believe that Northern Utah would benefit from another water park. No. With 17 acres in the midst of a pandemic, a resource center for unsheltered people including a clinic would be a better use for that space No, there are plenty of water parks available. No. Shipping container homes for the homeless to get back on their feet. Yes No No, there are enough water parks in the valley. No. No No 41 If it couldn’t make it as a Waterpark once, it probably won’t make it as a Waterpark again. Just sayin’ Why not use existing hills and slides and convert the park into an “Alpine slide”? No water, still a great place for kids to enjoy outside, use new management... all good. Make sure there are paths and maybe a bike path for me to ride on and everyone is happy! Yes, having a water park to go to besides local pools is a treat for families wanting to do something different. Yes Wetlands No. If you're going to build a new water park, do it somewhere else. So much of the Jordan River corridor and floodplain has been lost to channelization and development. This is a rare opportunity to restore a large section of that lost habitat and landscape. Do that instead. I like the idea of a water park being there on a romantic level, but in truth, I only ever visited the park once since I moved to Salt Lake in 2005. Granted, my lack of desire to return did have to do with the park's state of repair and cleanliness. I'll say, yes, I'd prefer a modernized, safe, clean, and adult friendly water park. No No, it should be taken down and turned into a waterski and wakeboard tournament lake with the use of the Jordan River as a water source. That or a waterski cable park or surf park. Allow fishing and paddle boarding and canoeing. Yes Not opposed to a water park, but expansion of Glendale golf course should be considered! That is a beloved SLC golf course and a redesign/upgrade would be welcome. With the popularity of golf growing, now would be a great time. And the proximity makes complete sense! No. We live in a desert. Yes but that seems unrealistic No, water parks feel like a dying industry. no No, that's an incredibly irresponsible use of water No! No. Yes a water park in Salt Lake would be great. There is a lack of water park type pools in the Salt Lake Valley. No Yes I would prefer a park to a water park. This has a great access point to the Jordan River. It would be nice to see that improved. Yes No No Most DEFINITELY!! We need a water park here... That was my families go to all summer every summer! We sure do miss it! Neutral In a new world, Covid, etc, water parks are outdated attraction. Yes No I would like to see a park with a big play ground for our kids in the Glendale community. Also a place where the people that walk the trail or bike can sit down at tables and maybe a swimming pool .Also tables too have lunch with family members. And a basketball court for the kids in the Glendale community. Thank you. Yes. I miss the water park; it was a great way to spend family time. I hope the city can find some way to restore the water park. No I think it should be turned over to a privately held company. Many great memories always seemed busy during. The summer so yes it would be nice to have a water park again. Yes There are plenty of other water parks in Utah, it would be awesome if this was turned into a community garden or large park. I would love to have one of the slides to put at our cabin! No, there are enough water parks. Do something else with the land. I think we need a water park in the city -- something for families to do together -- make it have places for picnics and maybe family reunions -- something for families No. The city needs green spaces, not some cut rate theme park for trashy people. Sure. I think we could use more water parks. 42 Yes I would Yes. Please make the park into a Wynwood Walls type area like in Miami. It’s incredible. Yes. A solid outdoor water recreation area would be great for the Salt Lake Valley Yes Yes No. I'd prefer a competition swimming facility similar to Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatic Center in Federal Way, WA. The swimming community in Utah lacks a true competition facility in the state that can adequately accommodate spectators and swimmers for big meets, let alone practice sessions for HS and club teams. Yes. SL County should take ownership and turn it into a rec center or something that is ran by the county like other rec centers throughout the valley. This could be a great money generator for the county if they Invest in making a water park. no No, but if the piping infrastructure can be maintained I'd like to see it used for water conservation. Perhaps a giant cistern. No. Yes Yes! It's a historic part of Salt Lake. I have fond memories of visiting 7 Peaks. The city could use a water park instead of more golf courses. No No Stop, the projections in the second paragraph are absolutely distorted to the point of making the entire survey an exercise in absurdity. Any thinking person cannot take this seriously. I do not have a preference how it is used. Definitely not government owned or operated. No Yes. No, use it for more green, natural space. Not just another family park, but a true nature preserve, with lots of trees, benches, and no concrete. Not just another park with a playground, but a place to escape to nature. Yes, the location a good and centralized for local residents to access. A nice green spot would work as well. housing project No Yes i think it was nice to have around Yes Yes, and food truck courts. *were no. water parks are expensive to visit and presumably expensive to maintain Yea I would love to see a new and approved water park. No, i believe there could be better recreational options for the city depending on funds. I also think if funds are limited to providing something unique that leaders need to think in innovative new ways to use the land even if it means dividing up the property for better uses. No no No. No, green space Sure, it doesn’t seem financially realistic Yes!!! Please bring a nice new fresh water park! Yes yes. Currently nothing like this exists in SLC and is a great benefit to the surrounding community. No. Post Covid a water park is not a good idea. yes No. Let’s make it a skate park, mountain bike park, and kids playground. We could all benefit more from free outdoor activities rather than pay to play in water or slides. Plus most people just go to Lagoon. No No No 43 Yes. I would like to see this land be used for the Glendale community. A public rec center, water park etc... Turn it into a local art project like Meow Wolf or Dreamscapes! Yes love water parks Yes No yes-or another hang out for the kids. not a skate park No Yes a new water park would be great, but must justify costs Yes! Another water park would be awesome! There are too few considering the population here in Utah. No, I think there are better uses for that land. In all honesty my perspective (a resident of Salt Lake Valley all my life) of Glendale Community is that it’s a “run down” or unsafe neighborhood. I would suggest developing the land so that it is inviting not only to members of Glendale Community but to people across the Salt Lake Valley. I’m a big fan of pickleball and the sport itself is growing rapidly across both younger and older generations. I think this would be a great opportunity to develop a nice park and state of the art pickle ball courts. The State of Utah has a strong pickleball community, but there isn’t a facility that is solely dedicated to the sport and has the capability of hosting large competitions and/or events. If Utah were to help grow the sport of pickleball we could be known for pickleball in the western half of the United States and become nationally recognized for supporting the sport. This would lead to an increase of community and out of state support! Yes. I would like to see the park opened back up for the public’s enjoyment. No Maybe a smaller public pool facility with a park. Maybe similar to Murray park with green space trails and a recreation center A race strip Yes Yes Yes, I can’t understand why the park was not Maintained and protected by the city since they are the owners they should be responsible. Yes Yes, this would be a prime location for residents in Salt Lake City to enjoy a water park close to their home. Currently residents must travel farther , outside Salt Lake City boundaries to enjoy a water park , that isn’t a community rec center. This water park would help the growth of the near by business by more customers visiting this area. No, I would instead support riverside conservation/development including public open space and a dog park. Something for Children to enjoy would be good. Swimming is also a good idea. The water park was very beloved, and it would be great to see something like that again. Yes!!! Yes. Yes definitely. I wanna snowboard Not necessarily. I think something like a splash pad, such as the one built in Bluffdale, might be a good alternative. ABSOLUTELY Yes No Some sort of green space. No it’s just a waste. Should make it a fishing pond Community green space with trees, grass, walking trails, ponds, and a skate park. No No. Build a park with splash pad. Yes. I have two children who used to enjoy this park in it's previous incarnations. Nope. Water parks are gross and tacky Sure. no water park. it is not used enough. Yes. Anything is better than overpriced apartments. No. 44 yes. Yes, it’s a staple of Salt Lake City and with not much around as far as local amusements. I believe the park should be kept as a water park. I do however believe that the facility should be dismantled to make it safer and make room for more cutting edge equipment and facilities. Yes kids need someplace to go during the summer You have water parks in other more influential areas; the west quadrant residents should have the same opportunity for our children and families. Yes somewhere for young people to hangout Yes if it could be used for a water park that would be amazing. It is more than just a water park. It has been some place families could go to enjoy spending timers togeather. A place generations of families have gone. No. A dog park or expand the tennis courts and/or golf course. No Yes. We don’t have much water perks here in Utah. Would be fun to have. Also went since I was a kid and I would want to take my future children. Yes!!! Yes. It has been the closest water park in Salt Lake are. Great memories. Not enough water parks around. I wouldn't mind That would be great. Yes yes! salt lake lacks good water parks Yes. I think it could potentially be a different sort of water park than it is now, (splash pad, and pool for example) mixed with something else. yes! i have lived across the street from the park for more than 30 years! it is a huge part of our community and we miss it dearly! please save it!!!!!! Yes and no. I wouldnt do a water park. But a splash pad and city park would be wonderful. Yes Absolutely. Our kids need places to go to spend the summers with their friends. Not just sitting in front of a computer to pass the time. Water Park. That was the stated use when purchased from the federal government. No That would be great. I remember going there as a kid and it should definitely be a water park again Yes, I think we need one in Salt Lake. But it needs owners that will run it correctly Yes yes No Yes yes Yes. If it could be brought up to code its a great water park Yes The land definitely needs to remain a nice water park accessible to all residents. With Seven Peaks being gone there is no major water parks in Salt Lake county only small city pools. Yes No Yes Yes No Nfl Yes, or something fun! No water parks a pee puddles. Gross! Yes. Good times I had there. Its a shame SLC is left without a water park of that type now. No park build after makes the cut. Yes Yes, the neighborhood kids need a place to go in the summer. 45 Not necessarily. As long as the land remains a park of some kind, I'm ok with it. I do not want to see it developed into housing or commercial development Yes Yes Yes I’d prefer it become a natural area. Yes No, the land could be used for something much more beneficial to the surrounding community. Definitely. There is no competition around. Yeah, the infrastructure is already there yes I don't see a new water park being desirable. Lagoon is not far from here and the world is different since COVID. A natural outdoor space would be best especially with the amount of development of huge buildings that has taken place lately. Yes Yes Yes, it gets really hot in Utah in the summer and water parks are something that people of all ages can enjoy. I loved Seven Peaks and wish it stayed longer. A new water park would be fun. Although, seeing that we are still dealing with this pandemic, it wouldn't be a cost effective plan since we have no idea when the pandemic will be over. No No let’s make it a Renaissance Faire. The Utah Renaissance Faire is looking for a new place to do their event. No If cost were not an issue, it would be nice to have a water park here. However, in my opinion the cost is prohibitive to do so, and the history of problems on site makes me think another use might be better. Yes No. Sure No Yes. No The water park was popular and a good addition to activites in Salt Lake City and County. Yes, if cost was not an issue, I would support the land continue as a water park. No Yea I would rather hav wit be a nice park yes Yes, a new Waterpark would be great Yes I would prefer the land to be used to fulfil a myriad of things the community wants (e.g. a small splash-pad, conservation space near the Jordan River cooridor, natural gardens, walking and bicycle-access paths, ADA playground equipment, and other functional uses). Yes! No it should be used for affordable housing Sure! It was a fun place to go. I don't even know where a water park is anymore. Yes! Lagoon is the only major amusement park in the area. You guys should rebuild the park so there is more variety and options for people in the SLC area. Yes! This area of west valley needs more activities for families to do during the summer Absolutely! I've been in the neighborhood of Glendale all my life and going to the water park was one of my favorite activities to do during the summer. If cost wasn't a factor then I would enjoy having a place to go swimming and be with family. Now that it shut down it is a massive eye sore and if the cost to repair is too high then tearing it down for something for the community is better. No, there is a reason the property has not succeeded as a water park Yes No, do something else 46 YES!! I remember as a kid going there and there needs to be more things for kids to do outside of the home and on there electronic devices. Yes Absolutely No It would be more beneficial to use the land to build more jobs for residents in the area. Either some office space, or a small retail outlet. Yes A water park is preferable because we don’t have a lot of water areas. But it has not been taken care of and keeps getting vandalized. Time for something new for that land. Water Park would be awesome, but the wave pool could be covered like Layton does and used during the winter as well. No, something new would be better such as an airsoft field. Yes Yes. I have find memories of that park and it would be awesome. no. would not mind a new water park there. No No. Redo the golf course and move the clubhouse to that side. Make the club house large enough to host corporate tournaments and wedding receptions. Salt Lake City does not have a course with a large enough clubhouse to do that. You could then develop where the clubhouse and driving range are now. Yes No Yes, this was my childhood water park growing up. I would love to bring my children here. Yes, restore the water park to its state before being abandoned Yes Yes No Yes I think it would be good as a water park as long as it was reasonably priced and well maintained. We had a lot of fun going there over the years but definitely noticed the decline in upkeep and maintenance. I think if not a water park an all abilities park with water features would be great. Thunder junction all abilities park in St. George is a great option for families that includes a variety of things to do as well as ways to cool off in the summer. They also have a splash pad with a lot of rivers and places to play. Wardle fields in Bluffdale is also a great example of a variety of things to do especially in the summer. No strong opinion, but I own a house nearby so I am tired of the "eyesore". No Yes, it seems to me the mistake was not renewing the lease with Seven Peaks without having a clear plan and tenant to keep the park open. While I wish it was in a more central location, I can't imagine another use for the property. I think that if it weren't an issue it would be nice to have a water park there, but I don't think the demand is there as much as it once was. So I don't think it would be practical. Though it will be sad to see it go. Absolutely! Do you not realize how many jobs that place provides, and how much revenue is pumped into the local economy? People will drive down here if Provo is too far. Not to mention, the park in Provo has been finding ways to operate in the winter as well, making it operational for more then just the summer. Yes I would Love to see it Transformed back into a water park. Not necessarily. A regular park would be great too. No, I would prefer to see something fun for kids to do. Like the Rush Funplex in Layton, or a Boondocks. There is nothing for kids to do in salt lake it feels like. You could use the outdoor part for like a mini golf or Go-Karts. Just something new instead of industrial buildings. You took down Rocky Mountain Raceway, now a business park. Lost Hollywood Connection. Now vacant. It just seems like everything fun is going away. yes Yes!! 47 Absolutely. Raging Waters was the place to be back in the day. As a side note, you should change the part of your intro from $500 and $600,000, to $500,000 and $600,000 to avoid people getting the idea this problem can be fixed for a measly $500. No. Take the opportunity to make the Glendale golf course the number one destination in the state. Build a short beginners course and a new state of the art club house and driving range. Yes I’d like a more natural interactive water feature Yes Yes Yes! No we don’t need a water park Extension of Jordan River Parkway. Remove the industrial parcel between the JRP and the old water park. Perhaps subdivide to sell a part of the west parcel with the proceeds to buy-out the industrial parcel to the east between the JRP and the Park. Create a regional- scale park designed to attract residents and visitors from beyond the area. Connect to the JRP. Install attractive splash pads, plant grand shade trees, perhaps a small amphitheater or soccer pitch with grass hills for informal seating. Absolutely! It helps the city economy. It's a fun way to spend Summers and would make fir great memories for future generations. Yes. I think salt lake could use a large recreational attraction of some sort. Yes Yes Yes! We need one is Salt Lake Valley. They are so much better than local community pools. No. No Yes. No, build a more natural water feature that can have boats or kayaks. Yes Yes. There needs to be more water parks in the area. I remember going to raging waters as a kid and spending many great moments there. Really sad to see it in this shape. Maybe a waterpark is not the best thing for that area at this time perhaps something that would be better Yes - salt lake doesn’t have one. Some sort of park or large recreation area with a variety of activity space (rock climbing, skate park, kids area,etc) Yes Yes. I think the land should go to water park of some kind. Even if they redid most of it and kept some of the working parts. Yes No. Not if there was a better option for the whole community No. They're unsafe and vectors for disease. I do not care if it is used for a water park. Yes Yes Yes, I enjoyed the fact that there was a waterpark so close to downtown that I could visit in the summer. No Yes, this is a great place for a water park. No Yes! Yes! Yeah I would like another water park I am not opposed to a water park, but I think a park this is usable year round by a more diverse group of citizens would be better. no Yes. Yes It would be ok, there isn't one in salt lake county so it would be nice to have that revenue. 48 Yes, it had been so nice to have a large water park close by. Yes, there isn't a good one in Salt Lake! Yes. It should be a water park. No! Piccleball courts with lights! no No Yes Yes please No, it's COVID-19 time. I don't want to be sharing water with strangers. Yes Yes Yes yes Where not an issue? If they were not an issue, yes! Water parks are fun No. A community park with lake, dog runs, and skate park would be more beneficial. Yes, it would be great if there was a water park for the city. I have said it in other surveys but the city is lacking water recreation/pools available within city limits for residents. No the evaporation of water is just a waste. Yes If another water park was to be put in place, that would be wonderful. However, I feel as if the property should be used as some sort of park or attraction. I do not believe it should be used for businesses or housing. sure, would be nice to have a CITY water park. Yes, it’s a great spot for a new water park Yes Yes No Yes I would Yes no No Yes - it provides a community and recreational space for west side residents No As long as if the water park is intensely fun with those insane slides. I don't care where its built. No Yes Yes. Keep it a water park and fix it back up! Yes No Yes No Yes Yes Yes I think we need a new water park for the public No preference. Usually they are too high price for my family to visit or they are all cement and uncomfortable to visit. Yes I would prefer a water park. Personally no, I don't have kids and I think water parks are gross there always seems to be a nasty used bandaid or hairball lurking on the slide steps. Also Utah is a 4 seasons State so it's not a very efficient use of the space. However, I'm not opposed to it being used for a water park if the majority of residents are interested. Yes, but I would suggest modeling it after the provo rec center where there is indoor and outdoor space allowing for year round revenue. 49 Yes Yes Yes Skatepark Yes. I and my family have loved visiting this place in the past and I'm so disappointed to see the state in which it has fallen. It was a great venue for church, work, and family parties. Yes No, I would prefer a food forest for the local community to be apart of No No. Soccer fields should be implemented. Yes Yes Yes No, plenty of other options for water exist. It doesn't matter. Just please beautify the area. That place is now a hotspot for teenagers looking for trouble. Yes we need another water park in Salt Lake County. A community center. A venue, with outdoor gardens, art, etc. The indoor venue would host live music, open mic/dj nights, paint nights, community outreach events, classes on permaculture, and sustainability. Yes It doesn't matter what it becomes as long as the current derelict is removed. Yes, and open as a "sledding", park for winter months. Yes. No, remove the water and just build a park. i.e. west side sugarhouse park Yes Yes I would Water parks are an enjoyable place to recreate. My opinion on building another waterpark is they are limited by the seasons. State land should be a place that anyone can go to and enjoy themselves. So I dont think that is the wisest use of the property to rebuild the waterpark. Absolutely! Yes Yes No, I would be open to other options. A bike park would be so awesome! Similar to trailside. I get that Park City has mountains to work with and this site is flat. However, you could still make an awesome bike park. Yes. We need to re-build a water park. Costs will always be an issue. But we don’t need more ball fields, green grass, picnic area, skateboard parks, dog parks or nature parks. Lots of those already exist. But there is no public water park in SL County. So, let’s find a way to partner with SL County, and the State if need be, to use ZAP or other funds and build a new theme park water park. Other places have done it. So can we. No Maybe - it needs to be something that all people can use for a decent price or not cost at all. (The city needs to go after the current owners and make them pay for it). Yes! It's a valuable asset to the city and the neighborhood. Yes! I would love to see that water park up and running again. I would like to take my kids there and let them know I went there as a kid. No. Well, because of land use restrictions I’m okay with it staying as a water park. Seems like affordable housing is a big issue in The Valley and 17 acres of open land is hard to come by now. It’s too bad you’ve painted yourself into this corner. Yes Yes Yes, this is was my favorite place to go as a child raised in Utah. Yes and no. Water park would be great but turning it into a destination water park. Include camping sites, cabins, and other areas to get out of the sun to not add to the increasing melanoma diagnoses in Utah. Yes Yes please, keep it a water park. 50 You've given me 1000 characters and asked a yes/no question, lol. So I'll say yes, that always seemed a good use of the space and many people in the valley have great memories of the park. So, assuming it could be financially viable, if love to see a similar, positive family/kid venue replace it. Another thought would be to expand the Glendale golf course footprint to be world class golf practice center, with programs specifically geared toward getting kids involved in that great sport. If I had to guess, you could get Tony Finau involved to help draw kids. (If you're not aware, Tony is a very highly ranked, and VERY popular professional golfer who learned to play the game at Glendale). Yes, a water park would be great to have at that location. It was a fun place but I believe with the location, it could make an amazing park. It would be amazing to have a park of this size if we put the money from recreating the waterpark into plants and such Yes! No Yes. Yes I would like to see another water park built here. This site has long provided inner city and underserved kids and families to have access to a water park at reasonable prices. We have put so many burdens on these families on the west side (half way houses, prisons, and homeless centers) that it is past time to give back and invest in the community. I would like my son's memories of this area to include more than seeing homeless people shooting up drugs in front of his school because my memories, my dads memories and my grandparents memories of Glendale hold so much more. No I grew up going to the water park and went up until it closed. I would love to keep it as a water park, especially because there isn't another one similar in the Salt Lake valley...but only if it's feasible. Yes No Yes Yes No Yes depending on the price of addmition and as long as it's affordable to all Yes, a water park is a nice place for the community to spend time. Used for a water park. Make it an indoor outdoor water park something big that would make money. Slc utah has nothing like it. Yes! Yes - I think it's important to save history and work to keep places for families to play. yes No. Turn it into green space with park pavilions. Yes. Yes No I think a water park is nice. I went to seven peaks a few times. I’d like something more appealing to all demographics (meaning older people too) since I’m too old for the fast water slides now but would enjoy a lazy river or similar. Also I would not be likely to use it during the pandemic. No. Water parks are likely a thing of the past for the foreseeable future. Also, it’s “were”, not where... yes Yes definitely Yes Pickle ball court, rock climbing or skate park YES! The salt lake valley don’t have anything like this park... cowabunga bay dont come close. Yes, SLC needs a water park Yes I would prefer the land to be a water park if nothing else. Ive gone their since I came to Utah and Ive taken my kids their since they was babies. I believe to just update to a new water park. Rebuild basically. Yes or just build a reservoir like black ridge in herriman Yes Yes. There is very few actual water parks in Utah. I would not. I believe you could build a disc golf course on that property. No, more citizens would be able to use the space if it were not a water park. 51 I would rather it be made into an indoor pool facility and park a lot like the lions recreation center in Holladay. The area of Glendale and west valley have long been neglected and ignored. If there was something was built that was for all people ala Kroc Center in Salem, Oregon maybe get the Kroc Foundation involved. No Noo Yeah that would be cool to have something close and not have to drive to Provo. Yes. I support taking down an old dilapidated park. If money weren’t an issue it would be amazing to have a new and improved water park as I grew up going to that one as a kid and made so many fun memories! YES!!! I loved the convenience of attending this location when it was in operation. I understand the challenges but would love to see a renovated or new waterpark! No Yes Not really. I think a pool would be better Sure. We don't have one near this side of the valley and would be one of the few attractions to the neighborhood. Maybe add a county fair type feeling with having a food truck court, which would support small businesses. No No I'd prefer the land be used for a apt complex for low income housing and section 8 only residents. Yes, if it was affordable for the people who live in the neighborhood to utilize. More similar in pricing to the other city owned pools rather than an amusement park. Yes I would love a waterpark if Coronavirus was not such a big concern right now. Yes I prefer it to still be a water park Yes No. If it couldn’t be profitable before, what has changed that would make it profitable now? No Yes Yes Yes! Water park there is a must! No. It would be petter to have green space (that is free for all to use. Maybe put in a splash pad if you feel you need a water feature, but we don’t need a water park. Waste of money. Put in walking / bike trails. No No water park: it should be turned into a world class skate/BMX Park. Maybe also use some of the land for a park/splash pad. Yes Yes I’d like to to be a waterpark. We need fun family activities in the area. If they made the waterpark more dense (but kept around the same number of attractions with some thrill) and used other parts of the land for other uses I’m fine with that too. No, its a waste of precious land that should be utilized to bring back a natural face lift to the hideous display it currently is. Yes no No. Make it a x-games, skate, bmx, and stunt park. No, housing Yes Absolutely I would want a water park still. No, but it would be nice to have another water park somewhere. I would prefer that the city turn it into an urban beech. With a small entry fee of 2 dollars. Bozeman beech is an example of what it could be. Just make a natural looking lake with swimming paddle boarding etc. No Yes No. Anyone who wants to go to a water park is just going to go to lagoon anyway. What we really need around here is a wake park or a tow cable park. In the winter it would just freeze over and be the largest skate rink in the world as well. Yes No, i wouldn’t not want another water park. yes or no, there are a couple of locations already close for this need. 52 Yes its the only one in Salt Lake county No Yes. Guarantee the loan of a new purveyor and operator. No. Open spaces and housing are more important than another water park. Indifferent Yes!!!! Yes. It was nice to have a waterpark in out neighborhood. Yes No Yes, or some smaller water venues and public attractions. Yes Yes Yes,but a small water park with lots of parkland and maybe a fishing pond. No Definitely not As fun as it has been, I do not think that is the best use of the land to be available for everyone to enjoy. Yes! Yes Yes yes yes yes YES!!!!! Who wrote this thing? Full of typos. I would prefer it to remain a water park if possible, if not, please replace it with another water associated recreational area such as a splash pad. Yes! Why should we have to go to St George for a decent water park?! We need things to do as a family that don’t include going to the mountains and purchasing expensive off road toys that no everyone can store anyways No I think they should make a new waterpark Yes if it was a non-traditional park like a surfing, wakeboarding, skimboarding park Yes, absolutely. There is a demand and need for a facility just like this in the area. Yes Only if it is owned and operated by the city Yes, absolutely. Not necessarily - I would prefer it not be used for housing or a strip mall or something along those lines. It would be nice if the land was used for some kind of recreation. No Yes. Look at cae wakeboard parks like they have in CA, TX, and all over FL Water park in the summer & Ice-skating in the winter. Yes Yes Rebild the water park its recreation in the summer to help keep kids out of trouble and off the streets Yes I think a water park should be built because slc valley doesn't have enough good water parks like that in slc. Yes No way! There are plenty of water parks in Utah and we don't need to repair this one. There are many better uses than a water park, like a shopping center. As long as the new water park is run good, unlike Seven Peaks was, it would be nice to have another water park, especially since the others here in Utah are way too far away from Salt Lake City. Not if chlorinated, fluoridated waters are going to seep into the natural habitat and rivers. It should be made into a lush living garden forest for the sake of preparing for the coming disasters. Garden forests because these reseed themselves and do not require much up keep and they provide food. YES!!! 53 No. I believe you can recycle most of the materials and use it as a regulated skate/bike park. You can use a lot of the old materials and waste to create and maintain a better and safer area for kids and pros to skate, bike, rollerblade, and scoot. We could hire staff to help with info & enforce safety regulation. If turned into a recreation park, we could use volunteers and paid staff to help with the initial clean up and rebuild. Once rebuilt, it could be opened as a new and structurally creative park (under OSHA regulation of course) I actually own an Events business and would love to take this project on myself as a contribution to our community. I don't have a lot of capital to my business and feel like this would help our company (Solid Events) gain traction for future projects. Please please dont tear it down, our generation had so many memories their and we would love to see the park continue on in a new and improved way!!! Yes. As a kid I loved to spend my summer at the park, I worked there for a summer and was also a pass holder. We need a fun water park here in salt lake. We have nothing more than Lagoon and that place is to packed to enjoy. Yes, make it a water park again! Yes, a new water park would be nice. Something water related like a splash pad/park It should become part of the Jordan River, it could be a park and space for community gardens. Also, you could put in an outdoor pool for folks who like to swim. Yes I think a really nice water park would be great! Same place Yes. I would love to see something for all residents, young and old. Since likes are very different by age, it would be nice to see almost 2 separate parks within one park. This would allow all residents to be able to enjoy the park and their own level of activity. And due to the area we live in, actual security. Not wanna be cops, but true, trained security. Absolutely Yes Yes, indoor year round water park like Wisconsin Dells would Ben amazing! No Yes Yes we need the recreation in the area. Yes Yes no, we dont need more water use in the desert i would like to see the park converted to a skatepark and bike park. as well as pollenator/ wildlife garden with native flowering and fruiting plants. Yes! Yes Yes. Yes If COVID didn’t exist, yes No yes Yes but a splash pad would suffice Yes! Yes Yes. Love community water parks. Yes, for the sake of not having to travel so far to get to a water park. Yes would love a water park that is safe!! Yes. There isn't a water park in Salt Lake City and it would be fun if it was made more like cowabunga bay or maybe a combo park/pool/splash pad. Having a safe water park would be ideal. But I would prefer a man made lake with beach access, splash pad, running trails, bike park, skate park, small Amphitheater for local artists to perform. Please make it family friendly. Public park Yes. No Yes would be awesome to keep it if possible No 54 Yes No. Something that can be used year round. Yes!!! Utah needs more! A massive park with something for everyone! Playground equipment, open natural space and a big off leash dog area No Yes No. Reclaim the land for disc golf course and park. Yes. I have great memories of my summers at Raging Waters. Would love to have a place in the city that is similar to share with my kids. Yes I would like to see a new water park put there since we have enough of everything else but entertainment from a water park or theme park. Yes! Yes No Yes No, there are better uses. yes! Undecided I think the bones should be left and the city should recycle it into a skate park. It would be a really cool idea and neat use for something old evolving into something rad for the kids and families that like action sports in our community. Surely with all the outdoor companies around Utah they might even help turn it into a cool skate or bmx training camp. Absolutely yes. I was taking my kids there all summer long through the pass of all passes. They miss it a lot. Yes Yes I would love a new water park that is in the Salt Lake Valley Yes please use the land for another water park there. raging waters was a staple of summer time in many childhoods and brought so much fun andso many great times and memories YES! Not necessarily Sure, why not? Something year round may be a better alternative however. I don't think a new water park is needed. If they were to build a new one I would hope it is done in a sustainable way, both economically and environmentally. No Yes, having a waterpark in the heart of Salt Lake city is important to me; the younger generation needs something such as a waterpark to keep them entertained and out of trouble. Yes No Yes Make it a water park No Sure Yes we need a water park Yes Yes. I’d like to know what the ideas are for something new Yes No. Sure! We can build a water park after we solve the homeless problem. Absolutely not. The water park is part of so many SLC sons and daughters' memories and it should be rebuilt and reopen to the public with or without public management. Yes. Salt lake needs more water parks like this. 55 Yes, I loved it and miss it. If I said yes to supporting disassembly I feel you would find a way to use the land for some other way that none of us people want and weasle your way through and ignore us. hence I said no to the question above. I would love for a better water or amusement park to be put in its place, whichever is cheaper since saving money should be top priority. Yes No Absolutely No. Yes Salt lake could always use another family place. Uae the land for a community pool or open park that can compliment the terrain and natural features. YES Water parks helps communities in general. The management is always a problem in running the park. All parks are profitable. yes No It should be a water park Definitely Yes that would be cool. Or another attraction Water park Yes we need a place for kids to play but we have the added challenge of keeping a new facility safe from burgeoning gang activity. Yes. I grew up going to ragging waters and its sad that this new generation is missing out on nostalgic experiences such as a local water park. No No Yes Yes No, I’d rather have another public park and disc golf course Yes Sure Yes yes! Not unless it was a splash park like the Wardle Fields (Bluffdale) or Thunder Junction (St George). Then at least you could turn the water off in the winter and still use it as a park. More useful for year-round enjoyment than a pointless waste of land/tax $$ 9 months of the year. No... No, I would recommend something different. Perhaps a park including a splash feature but also other outdoor activities like a climbing feature, or miniature golf. Yes. Make it a water park NO Yes I want a water park Yes, but I doubt its worth the price, because if it were to be used as a water park again I'd prefer it to not just become an "ok" one like it had been recently, but developed into an outstanding Waterpark that would utah on the map like it did in the 80s. However I'm sure that would cost much more than the restoration estimate of 30 million Yes! No Park should be left abandoned as is, as an interesting historical site. Yes No No Yes Yes. Probably not. If it didn't workout before it might be a bad location for another one. Yes 56 Yes!! Yes No Yes I would Yes, or the Disney world of skate parks! No Yes and I would love to see a new and improved water park Yes YES Yes. We need it for our families! It was the best when it was raging waters Skate park, go karts Yes. Hear me out- Paintball/adventure park would substitute perfectly here. Utah being an outdoor recreation destination does not have a centralized rec field. This would be perfect with the amount of property that’s here. Leaving opportunity for majority of the semi permanent fixtures to be reused. Paintball/airsoft would be the main feature but many fields operate as sports parks like sand volleyball / cornhole / and other sports you can’t get at local parks. Look at Hollywood sports park in CA. This would draw Ogden to Provo easily. Much like the water park did in the early days. I don’t know of another rec approved sport here that would be unique enough to draw that crowd. The backside into a golf course is a prime neighbor and great location/access. I’m very serious as I’ve got the knowledge and interest. Yes Not really Yes absolutely!! Have the city dismantle the park and then offer up clean land for developers to use to make something better. Yes No Yes a water park brings families and communities together. Yes No I feel that this space should be built into a place where people all over utah can come and play paintball Yes we could use on in salt lake I was sad to hear this closed Yes No No Yes Yes, the water park should be restored/rebuilt. Not really, location is probably no longer a great spot for a water park Yes No Yes! Yes Yes Yes I would. Honestly probably not. I prefer something the community can use rather than an expensive water park only a few can enjoy, particularly with COVID changing our lives recently. 57 I have two ideas: 1. Turn it into a beautiful walkthrough park with streams, rivers, ponds, a small lake and maybe a few small waterfalls with pathways, boardwalks and other nature pieces. - people could rent areas for weddings, family picture spots, possibly fishing if the lake was big enough. It could draw outdoor concerts and highlight local musicians. 2. Keep the less hazardous pieces, and turn it into a post apocalypse paintball arena. -continuous revenue for the city. We don’t have anything like this in Utah and it would be a huge draw for a lot of people. You could even section it off and have one area be paintball, air soft guns, bow and arrow course (the arrows with padding on end). For the holidays, especially Halloween have special events and really draw people in. Yes, absolutely! Salt Lake City needs a water park. I don’t know if this is the best location or not though. No YES No No No Yes. Salt Lake County needs a good water park. No Yes or an outdoor amphitheater for live shows, music and farmers markets. Low income tiny home housing community (Where should read were) No. Yes. Perhaps a smaller park. Public pool with water slides. No No No Yes Put a disc golf course in it’s place there is plenty of room to put a full 18 hole course in. It would cost would be between 10-15k for tee signs concrete tee pads and disc golf pins No Yes Yes. It wood be sad to see it go Yes Yes, but I would rather see it as a splashpad or small waterpark that is more family friendly and much cheaper to attend. Like the one in north ogden. Lagoon has a great waterpark that us expensive. No, something new and better could be built. A bathhouse with soaking tubs and a beautiful indoor jungle could replace the water park. Yes Yes A disc golf course would be better No Yes Yes absolutely! For years it was a central gathering place for the broader valley and with technology and engineering improvements in the last 30 years it should be able to built and sustain that again for decades to come! A small lake to paddleboard could be interspersed throughout as well No. Something more simple and accessable to a broader range of residents should be put in. Yes! No, a paintball destination for thousands of players. The paintball community needs this and the experience would draw thousands. Yes Yes Not really. I wouldn't go because of the neighborhood . I feel like anything there is going to be overrun by less then appealing people. Yes 58 Yes No, I think it should be turned into a skatepark Yes Yes, Salt Lake City does not have a water park nearby and with the increasing heat, year over year, a water park would be a welcome attraction. No. Water parks are gross. Make it a green space instead! Yes!!!!!!! 💦 ☀ SLC should put together a system that allows families to donate and see if we collect enough money to rebuild the water park!!!! Yes Absolutely not. We never went to waterpark. Crowded places with loud music are of no interest to us. We are frequent patrons of the Jordan River trail and appreciate Murray's commitment to providing restrooms and trails that are open and well-maintained year-round. Do that. No Yes No. No No I think we should definitely make another water park Or make something fun for family with kids like classic skating a second location No Yes No, i would want it used as a skatepark Yes Yes the community needs this Waterpark No Yes The city could approach a company like Woodward(park city) and utilize it like they do. climbing gym, workout facility, indoor skatepark, etc. Make it a destination activity spot for the west side for gravity sports. Possibly, there really isn't many fun places families can go to in that area. And it would be in walking distance. No make that [language redacted] a skatepark yo . Absolutely. The only thing that the land is going to be used for is apartments or houses. Super lame. Yes Possibly if a maintenance plan is included in the approval that must transfer when sold or aquired. Cash reserves for this purpose is important so we do not see this sort of disrepair again. If it was economically feasible, it would be wonderful to have a water park. People have so many fond memories of all the fun they had at Raging Waters at Seven Peaks. However if it is not practical let's not force it. No. I think we need to be thinking of ways to conserve water, not recreate in it. Yes A water park, or if you sit and think about it for a moment with the right pools you know kidney shaped it would make one heck of a skate park! Just because I’m old does not mean that I would not love to go and watch kids hone their craft as they forget about gravity from time to time. Might be fun for parents to see what their kids can do. Maybe snack bars and or a place to have a picnic. People would have to run it so more jobs, just charge a small fee or monthly pass for upkeep. Despite what we think skateboarders just want to have a safe place to go and practice their skills. Thanks for listening. Not a water park but i would support the new design incorporating a pool, especially if there were free water safety classes. If it were something similar to Lagoon-A-Beach where I had other attractions in place when I'm done with the water, I'd probably be alright with it. Yes, or some sort of amusement park area, or even a professional football field so UT could get a team! Yes 59 Absolutely Yes Yes Yes COVID ruined water parks. It would be nice to have one close, but there might be a better use of the space. No I wouldn't No. I think something new would be refreshing No I would like to see a new waterpark come back. There are only a few and this one was one of the best. Yes Yes I would love to see a new water park in this location! This was such a great place to keep people busy there are not many places people can enjoy going to a water park in utah that is affordable lagoon costs a fortune and seven Peaks in Provo is far. Yes Yes Yes I think this area would be a great pace for an outdoor paintball field, for woodsball, close quarter combat, and speedball. Sure. Kind of. I think that it should be made into a park for everyone including those with disabilities and has some things like splash pads. No Yes Yes No Yes No Yes. yes Yes Yes! Utah is in serious need of additional amusement parks. I would prefer another Lagoon type park. Lagoon is the only amusement park in the state, and is too overcrowded to even enjoy the day. A water park, that can only be used 3 months of the year in Utah, is a waste of space and money. Not necessarily a water park. But a sports complex with pools, parks, fields, etc Yes. We don't have any water parks around the area. Raging waters was so fun to go to. No No Yes make it a water park No No No No it would be nice to have an airsoft field. Not a lot of space left in salt lake for activities the surrounding cities are supporting. Like airsoft I think that it would be nice to have the Park stay as a water park if money was not a problem. And there be a pass you can get for like 100 person. Depending on the price of a ticket. I am not sure, a water park would be nice but also might not be the most beneficial use/used by the most people. Is there another use that would benefit the age group that frequented the water park? Perhaps a park with instagram-able photo layouts, mini-golf, or another activity for kids/young adults. Currently I don't believe the neighborhood has an outdoor pool, but there is a pool at the Sorenson Unity Center. No Golf Yea Yes No 60 No. Open space please. Maybe a community pool but no water park. No. No If cost was not an issue, then yes, a water park would be great. But cost is the major issue. Could the pools be repurposed as a skate park? Pulling out the concrete and filling the holes will be extraordinarily expensive. Yes Yes it was awesome No but you could add a little splashpad! Not a water park, but maybe part could be a pool. There are few places to swim in SLC, especially on the West Side. With climate change continuing to produce hotter, longer summers, a pool could be a much appreciated amenity. No—the space should be used for whatever is most valuable (whatever the market dictates) No No No. No water park. Yes, I loved going to raging water as a kid and would love to take my kids there. Water parks are a great way to get outside. No Yes Yes, a great wolf lodge type water park indoor/ outdoor and hotel Sure. Its a great place to recreate. Yes, we need more swimming park areas in SLC. A splash pad with slides and lots of grass would be great for families and children. no, how about a dog park, tennis courts, running track, etc as an avid tennis player we could use an additional alternative site I would prefer a modern aquatics facility on the west side. Or a large well constructed community fishing pond. Yes Yes we need more waterparks besides lagoona beach and cowabunga bay and cherry hill. We want something close Yes Yes Yes No preference If it were a non-profit water park for low income families. No Yes! We miss the waterpark Yes, I would prefer it to be a water park. I grew up right across the street and we would go swim there every single day. It keeps the neighborhood kids out of trouble because it gives them something fun to do. Nope NO! No! Yes No Yes Definitely YES No. Make it a free park for everyone to use. Yes. There aren't any fun larger water parks in the area other than lagoons swimming park. Yes. Gives a more central water park to the valley. Fun for families. Preferably Yes Yes Yes Yes. We don’t have a ton of water park options here in Utah. Revitalizing this space as a water park would bring back another main attraction to our neighborhood. 61 Yes Yes absolutely! We need more of these parks in our city No. Yes Yes Rebuild it fix it! Stop tearing down things in SLC that should be preserved! It’s a terrible trend! Yes Yes. Yes No No No Yes Yes, a new water park would be awesome for the Glendale area!! Yes Yes! We love the water park. No No, I prefer a paintball/ airsoft park Yes Yes Indifferent, we loved the water park, but would be happy to make way for something else. No, make the land part of the affordable housing initiative if possible. Kids playland with maybe arcade for kids to enjoy cause they are no good arcades since fun dome. Yes Yesss everyone love it! Get for family and kids Yes. This was a childhood staple of mine and I want my kids go grow up being able to go to something like this too. No sure! N/a No, i would prefer something more environmentally friendly. No. Green space Yes Yes I new water park would be great! No. Create a sustainable living place for homeless!! A camp or tiny houses!!! They need a place and neighborhoods need a solution from the makeshift camps! Yes A homeless camp space or tiny home community is needed more than a water park No, we have laguna beach and cherry hill for that. If cost was not an issue, sure build another water park. No, would rather see public space and trails Absolutely! Yes. Yes No. A regular park in that space would be great. Absolutely No, they can reuse the land for another project either being private use for buissness or public space. Yes Yes! Yes! A recreation of some of the old classics from raging waters would be amazing! Meh. Make it into something the community can use without having to pay lots of money to enjoy it. Park, community swimming/fishing hole (reservoir), skate park, food truck round about with built in seating, etc. 62 Yes No that’s so idiotic why do something that failed already Yes!! Yes, I prefer a water park Yes Yes! It was fun. Depends on user volume. If there’s demand, money can be made. If not build a park. No, there are plenty of other pools and slides around. The winters are too hard on large water parks Public park with splash pad, picnic areas and pickleball courts similar to Wardle Fields in Bluffdale, UT No Yes Yes absolutely. We miss having a big water park in salt lake. I do not take my kids nearly as often as we used to now that we have to drive to Provo. Yes Yes Absolutely I miss the water park so much it makes up some of my happiest childhood memories! Yes Yes No Yes Maybe. Waterpark is great, depends on the alternative. A nice multi-use space like Liberty Park, or public art space with a westside flair would be ideal. Running trail, museum, water features to tie in with the Jordan River. Poem wall, or something. I think there are enough water parks within reasonable driving distance of Salt Lake City that it’s not a long drive for those that want to go to one thats already operational. I am also of the perception that water park patronage in general is declining so restoring the water park would not be a good use of resources in my opinion. Yes I would. No Yes Absolutely. There is not enough places in Utah to gather for good clean family fun No No, the risk is too high I am in different but you wouldn’t want to see just homes put in there No. Water parks are gross and absurd. Especially in a desert. So also, don't turn it into a golf course. Yes. We need more water parks in Salt Lake City. We have such hot summers. Yes! Yes No No... prefer something different...not a water park Yes, but it could be used for something else too. If possible it seems like some of the attractions could be repurposed or repaired even if it is too expensive to do it with all of them. Some of the existing stuff could be incorporated into a playground or a skate park or splash pad. Yes Not really I feel like that this Water park can be Turned into a High school or Nearby Stores Such as a Gas station or Grocery store or Only if it was fun and affordable. No, I feel like a community park by the golf course would be beneficial to the area YES!!! We need an amusement park here. Absolutely Yes; Due to the historical use of the land as a waterpark, it would be nice to continue that use as a water park Yes Yes I'd go there 24/7 if I can honestly their fun No. I have little to no interest in attending a water park. Yes 63 Yes This should not be used for development!! Put something in for the community to have fun. It would be fun, but the cost to attend for my family is too prohibitive for our use. Better in my mind to put it to better use for the community. Yes No. We need a high school for Salt Lake City that is west of the freeway. This is an equity issue,?and before Weat High is rebuilt much too big, we should build a Glendale area high school. This school could become a school focused on health - mental and physical. Let’s get more people of color into the health sciences and into teaching/administration too. Yes, we need to keep the land for a water park. There aren't a lot of big water parks in Salt Lake city, so its very inconvenient to dive up to Farmington for lagoon or provo to go to Splash Summit. Yes No, would prefer something else besides a water park. Yes, something with a more open concept, lots of pools eoth slide and activity features more along the perimeter No! More green space please! Yes Yes No Make a public outdoor pool and perhaps a skate park or other public, outdoor recreation. Area I have great memories of going to Raging Waters as a kid. I took my kids to seven peaks once and said I’d never go again. It was so dirty. Cowabunga bay can’t come close to what raging waters was in its day. If you built a state of the art water pArk that was clean and kept up, we would be there. If it is similar to what seven peaks runs, I wouldn’t come near it. I’d rather pay more for a quality experience. Yes Yes No It would be a nice attraction to have but if we can have something else that can provide economic activity. Yes You could have a large park and multiple splash pads built. It would bring a lot of life to the area and potential commerce options. You could even set up vendor options or a food truck park to accompany the splash pads and park. No Yes I would prefer it to be used as a water park. Salt lake is a large city that should have a large functioning water park for families to visit. We used to go to seven peaks and it’s too bad that it has been left to fall apart. That would be fun. But it’s not particularly important to me that we have a water park. No. I think we need something like a public greenhouse a place where people can go and enjoy some nice clean air and a beautiful garden and maybe vegetable garden. It would be good for all ages with nice indoor paths, benches and maybe ponds. It would be a lovely place with many purposes like for learning of plants, a nice place for people (of all ages) to sit or walk around and enjoy, it would also be very beautiful and make the scenery that much more enjoyable for tourists and the people who live here. Yes No No, I think it could be turned into a really awesome haunted house! A haunted water park seems like an awesome idea! Yes Yes Yes Yes! Salt Lake City needs more water parks! Yes Yes It should be used to make a skate park Id want a water park Yes, Roaring Springs in Idaho has a great water park. Bring them to Utah No Maybe more of a community center water park like some of the great ones in the southwest part of the city. I think there need to be more family centered affordable entertainment and would like to see a private company put in a new water park. Yes 64 No, I'd prefer a skate park I would like it to be replced with a skatepark. No. Let’s do something innovative and available to all. No, a water park doesn't seem to be a good idea in a desert where water is scarce. Maybe make it accessible from the River Park across the street with a wide bridge or tunnel, and put in an amphitheater a la Murray Park? Yes No preference Yes Yes! Sure, actually even better a wave pool. Surfable wave pool like the one in Palm Springs or BSR in Waco Texas that holds professional surf contests. It’d match Utah’s outdoor appeal and provide a good off season attraction to skiing. I’ve gone down to Texas a few times just to surf that pool. They sessions were always full and people were traveling from all over the globe to get there. Yes Absolutely. Utah's only other real water park is in Provo. This site is not only ideal, but it's historical as well. Community pool/rec center over another 7 peaks. I also think you could make it into a splash pad place with waterslides or something. Splash pad, dog park, regular park (swings, slides, soccer fields, etc.) Yes No No Yes I spent my child hood here and I have a lot of good memory’s here I hope to either see the current water park reopened or to but a new water park just as good in its place Yes Yes! Rebuild it Yes I would love to see an updated water park. We loved going there. But needed a lot of work. No 100% Yes!! Considering how many families are here in Utah I think keeping it a waterpark in some form could be a great idea. Especially because in the Salt Lake valley there’s not to many water parks other than Cowabunga Bay, which is fun but mostly for younger kids. Utah summers can get pretty toasty too, and sometimes it’s hard to find fun activities to keep you cool. Perhaps even making a new indoor water park that could be opened year-round could be a fun/cool idea!! No No I think it should be turned in to a park. More green space is always preferable. Yes but with rides as well for the kids. Only if it were run by the city as a public pool. Yes, 100%. I grew up going to Raging Waters, I have a lot of great memories there. I also love waterparks and think that Salt Lake really needs a good one. There’s one at lagoon, and some in Provo and Draper I believe, but I think salt lake would be a great place for a stand-alone water park. Even if any small of it could be refurbished, like just the wave pool, it would be worth it to me to go! Plant grass, trees, and flowers, put in pavilions and some grills, play grounds, and convert parts of the water park into a skate park. A new water park should definitely go in there. It’s a perfect spot and a legacy location Yes, and have a considerable amount for a dog water park. No No I personally don’t care Yes No Yes No. I would like to see a skate park and a place for gatherings for the community. Now is not the time to back down on the dream of seven peaks. When Victor Borcherds, founder of seven peaks, built this place he had a Dream. A dream of a questionably safe water park that leaked chlorine rich water into the river. I remember a tender conversation I had with him in 96’ where he said “I would literally rather be shot and killed at a bed and breakfast than see this place closed”. Lucky for you he is gone, but he is rolling in his grave right now and you are making his friends and family live through a brand new trauma. 65 No Yes Yes but not as it is currently imagined. A modern park would be ideal where kayaking and canoeing could be incorporated into the natural landscape creating a world class sports venue. Yes no Yes please. No undecided Yes I would prefer a Waterpark No - I’d rather have it be a normal park No Sure why not A million times yes. It gets so hot in the summer and the one water park that still exists in SL County gets packed. Even better if we can make it indoor for year round use. Yes! YES! No, but I love the idea of a park sign a water feature like the one in liberty park that no longer works Yes Yes - if the cost weren’t astronomically high, I think a water park is a great asset for a city to have. Especially considering there aren’t many and it’s a great summer option for family/ friends activities. Yes, I think there is so other affordable park around. It is a great central location. It was wonderful when I was in school to go play on a summer day. It keeps kids off the streets and provides them a place to be a kid and have fun. Being a landlocked state its nice to have a place with water. As Raging Waters slogan said. Its Utahs beach. Yes. (I think Salt Lake needs an outdoor rec venue of some kind.) Yes Ow income housing Yes, or an off leash dog park. No Yes! Yes, having a water park in Salt Lake City was such a fun activity and convenient location in the summer. My teenagers, my toddler, and an infant all have fun at the same time time. However, we did stop going to seven peaks when we became concerned about the safety of structures of slides. Yes No, it should be used for affordable housing. Yes water park, YES Yes. No Yes!! Yes I think a world-class water park would be a great asset for Salt Lake, if expense wasn't a huge obstacle. We have hot summers, and cooling off in water with fun is a favorite past time. Ideally, I think the land could be used to accommodate a water fun park, along with natural public open space given its proximity to the Jordan River. Or alternatively to a traditional water park, perhaps something more creative and accessible, similar to the 7 canyons water feature that was popular at Liberty Park when it was still working. YES!!! Yes Yes Yes! A new public water park like the one in Riverton would be awesome and welcomed by the community. Yes No Yes it should be a water park Yes 66 no No No. It should be converted to a paintball course Yes Yes I think there are plenty of parks in SLC and a water park for children to attend would be great for summer activity. Yes Yes Hell yes! Doesn’t matter to me but would be nice for kids if system in place for epidemic protocols. Prefer water park over more buildings/apartments. Yes 100%. I think that’s one thing Utah would enjoy having. Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes. Aside from the Liberty Park splash pad, Cherry Hill, and Cowabunga Bay, there aren't any major water themed attractions accessible in the SLC area. Sure! Yes! 100% I think it should remain a water park. That area of Salt Lake could use a nice facelift and somewhat of a tourist attraction. It would be great for nearby businesses as well when people come to visit the water park. I am very in favor and would love to participate as a committee member of some type to help the cause. I think tearing down what can no longer remain is fine. Tear those pieces down, face lift the others and add other options of recreation there as well like splash pad, large pavilions, playgrounds etc. . Yes, I think that is good for the community and families. I have fond memories of water parks as a kid. Yes Yes If cost and market forces were not an issue I would definitely support the land still being used for a water park. I would support the sale of the land to a private developer that was willing to take on the costs of rebuilding the water park and reopening it. Of course I realize that scenario probably is not realistic at this point so as much as I hate to see the water park go I fully support the idea of tearing it down to make way for something else. Water park or another place for kids. Maybe a recreation center for kids to keep them off the street Yes No! City Museum in MO.. Look it up! One would thrive here! There are so many artists, collaborators, small businesses that could benefit from a community collab to make something beautiful, functional, profitable, and represent what talent our state has to offer! No. I world prefer the land be used to provide permanent housing for unhoused individuals and families. Tiny houses or apartments, whichever would be best for providing the most accommodations for the most people. Yes I grew up going to Raging Waters. And I would like to see it restored so I can take my family there! Yes, this would give people a closer water park to go to. If money were no object? Sure, why not. Yes no Yes. Also, you misspelled “were” No, I think there are better uses than a water park. I'd like to see this area turned into a large urban greenspace. A beautiful park along the Jordan River is always welcome. Yes. Yes, the west side desperately needs a pool. There isn't a lot of options for kids to swim and cool off. Yes Of course No I would not Absolutely yes 67 no Yes Nah don't care for water park No yes, we need more water parks I think the water park has been present in that community for several years. At this point, i believe it should be something new. Yes Yes Yes No, definitely not. Maybe a pool, but it would be nice to have something more environmentally friendly especially considering draught and responsible water use in this state. Not necessarily. A nice park with lay ground equipment, open space, a splash pad, and gathering areas would be nice. Yes, What about a community pool and hot tub. Or redoing the wave pool to make that part functional and maybe 1 or 2 slides that are in good condition and a kids splash pad. SLC needs a new motorcycle track Yes Yes I would love them to put in a new water park. Maybe. I used to go to that waterpark in grade school and had fun. I'm not sure how the socio-economics of that area of town have changed, and what the residents of that neighborhood want/need most. A new water park would be nice but it would need to function correctly and be up to code No, I would prefer it to be used as a skatepark Yes Yes, but I think something better could be made. Indoor Skate park 🛹 for winter times or a covered skate park for winter times Yes No, it should be used as a field for the sport of Paintball. The scene is growing in Utah and this would attract many players from all over the state and out of state and it would require minimal funds to convert it Absolutely Campground cherry hill type No No. I would prefer it to be a Parkour park instead No Yes Yes Yes, the neighborhood needs something for family fun, gatherings. Yes yes - but modified. I would prefer the land be used for an outdoor swimming pool(s) without the water slides. Something similar to Murray Park or Layton Surf n Swim. We don't have a nice outdoor pool on the westside of SLC. I envision a nice outdoor pool, maybe also a smaller kiddie pool and nice surrounding park of grass, trees, picnic area. Also - like Murray Park and Layton Surf n Swim - entrance fees are not outrageous, less than $8. The westside is growing and we could use a NICE large park like Liberty or Sugarhouse and a NICE, large outdoor pool. Pools are costly, and liability insurance is costly - but surely less than waterslides. Right now the best outdoor pool close the westside is at Redwood Rec - it has a good deep end with diving boards, but no wade-in area for toddlers. Turn the old pools into a skate park! Times are hard. Kids need somewhere to go ! Yes I think a water park should be considered along with other options. Yes, I used to go there when it was Raging Waters and i was Younger yes Yes Yes Would it be a good location to move and expand Hogle Zoo New water park will be great 68 Yes! No. No, I would not. Yes No Yes, many memories of the water park. Would love to see it brought back to its former glory. No No No it’s only warm enough for a water park for maybe 4 months Yes definitely Possibly..but I think a park would be better Yea water and botanical garden mash up Yes I think that is one idea for this land use. There is only one other water park in SL county. Yes! I would love to have a new water park! Sell it for the Building of a Rustic Inn. Landscape the place and rent Canoes. Then force the Power Company to rebuild the docks used by Canoeist's 15 blocks north to negotiate the falls the Power Company uses. It'scacdeath trap now. There's golf right at a Visitors Fingertips, and the River. (Which has been tested for and Contains E-Coli. No I think you should leave it, take away cops and use it as a skate park. Make the pools into ramps for skateboarders and use it as a park in general for the older kids to paint, etc. make the place safe and convert it to a place people can go to paint or skate. Yes! The water park was so much fun and we literally only have 2 water park options left but they are both far away from the northern end of utah Yes, if at all possible, I would prefer it to be a water park. Yes. We need water parks in our city... Yes Yes we loved 7 peaks Not as much as a water park with large tides but rather a nice park with a few different types of swimming pools for the public to use. There could be walking trails, picnic areas, etc. This would provide Westside residents an affordable entertainment while a much cheaper option to build (& less liability). Yes yes Yes Yes definitely, my family is very sad to see it closed down. Everytime we drive by they all wish it would reopen. Alot of good memories were made here. Yes, definitely a water park No I do t really care for waterparks A water park that was more natural and helped revitalize the jordan river. No, this land would be better used as a natural riparian area with maybe a small footprint for canoe rentals that could run down to the facility being built at the Fisher Mansion. Yes Yes Yes, to have somethjng local. Build a wake board park! Public park and kayak park on Jordan river yes Absolutely. I used to go to the park several times a month. I am disappointed with its current condition. Yes no Yes Yes Yes! 69 Paintball/airsoft sports park No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes ! I like the ideas of an indoor/outdoor park No opinion No I'm pretty indifferent. A water park within easy biking distance would be fun in the summer, but I imagine the old one went out of business for good reason. Lagoon is probably plenty for one valley. Tellingly, I could bike there too, but never do. Yes Yes. This part of the valley needs a water park. The beach at Lagoon is not cost-effective for groups who want to go for just the water park and the parks to the south of the valley are too far and too crowded as it is. Yes No. Just for a nice huge swimming pool. No need for the extravagant pools and rides. Yes I would prefer it to be used for a water park. There are really any big water parks in the salt lake area, you have to drive towards park city or Draper to have some fun in the sun! It’s a great location for one. I also am so sad about Raging Waters being gone, I have so many amazing memories there as a kid. I think the space could be turned into a new and improved water park for my children and future generations to enjoy!! Yes but have it be more then just a water park. Go carts, zip lines, skate park and a playground for children. Maybe even outdoor trampolines. Yes I would still like there to be a swimming pool as public pools in Salt Lake are somewhat limited. I think a mixed use park with a pool, an all abilities park that is very accessible to all children would be awesome. Either a water park or a new rec center similar to Kearns rec center that has an indoor and outdoor swimming pool. n/a yes, as long as it is not cost prohibitive. Yes, I thought the waterpark was great when I visited in 2017! Build water features similar to liberty park, have spaces for everyone to enjoy, include a regular playground and a water one with a water slide and other water accessories. Make all spaces accessible, have a ton of grass for kids to play around in no matter the age, plant a ton of trees to eventually provide shade, have some picnic tables, and spaces for families to go for reunions and what not. Make it a memorable place for kids and adults of all walks of life. Yes!! no Yes. Yea yes Yes Yes The issue with this survey is that it’s too vague and appears to be poorly planned. First off, to make any meaningful change to the are, even completely demolishing it, would be much more than 600k. Additional money would then be required. The city should make a proper plan, present options and then ask the community for feedback and approve thy budget via a vote. Yes Yes for sure. I would rather see a water pad park put in and not a pool park Yes No Yes, I feel like a water park is a great idea for SLC as the only water parks (that I know of) are seven peaks in provo and cherry hill up north. We definitely need a fun water activity in SLC. Yes take out the old stuff and rest transform it to a newer bigger pool like west Jordan has or with new sides and a newer bigger pool Yes 70 Airsoft field. There is a heavy airsoft prsence within the state and it could generate a decent amount of revenue for the city! Plus, if the park were able to be turned into a larger field it would be maintained and large events could be held there, and that means people coming in from out-of-state and brining revenue to not only the airsoft park, but also the hotels and food places surrounding the nearby area. It could be a big economic spot for the city and would repay itself quickly. Yes Absolutely! Yes Yes I would just prefer it to be something unique and fun, something Utah hasn’t seen. For all ages. I’d love something fun and new to bring my kids to! I would rather it be a splash pad/water play area for families then a full water park. No I think something new can be done. There are enough water parks people want to see something new. Since the actual holding of water seems to be the issue it seems that you can do something clever with it to still use the slides and basic structures. I personally like tinkering with ideas and you could transform it into a holiday light experience without dismantling everything. Use alpine slide style carts to send people through slides fitted to be an outdoor holiday light experience with music. With the current covid situation it’s perfect for social distanced light viewing with simple sanitization of carts. For non holiday months it can be slightly revamped to serve as a unique skate park. Nah, I would prefer seeing it turned into an airsoft arena / field. There are thousands of people who play airsoft and using it as that would open up so many opportunities for airsofters in Utah. affordable housing No! We live in a desert and water conservation should be a huge consideration over continued waste. If there is a water feature it should be minimal since water levels have been low and we will soon experience droughts Yes, this will drive revenue to Glendale if the park was renewed. *were Park, splash pads, swimming pool with some slides Yes, Raging Waters and Seven Peaks were a blessed for a large portion of my life! It often got me away from video games and technology! I’d love to see younger kids experience the same! No. It’s not the area for a large water park. It will again turn into a money pit. Sure but why not something else Yes Yes Yes No No yes! Yes Yes Yes Sure Yes! Yes.I would like to see a new water park or any kind of recreation park rebuilt on that property. Or it could be a multiuse space for skateboarding, swimming pool, walking paths, soccer, or baseball fields. Small putting green, water saving demonstration gardens Neighborhood vegetable garden. , The water park was great there No. I think just making new pickle ball court or a homeless shelter could help. No, water parks are dying out and don’t make a profit during winter season. No, use it for a drive-in movie theater! definitely do not rebuild a water park Yes. I would still want a water park! No Yes, all the other water parks are much further away. Yes. We loved the water park. Yes 71 Yes0 Yes!! Yes! It was such a big part of my childhood and there's really much else in Glendale for kids to do so please consider it. no Yes! I absolutely think it should still be a water park! No Yes. Salt Lake City needs a water park. no Not entirely. Water parks are fun but also expensive. I think a better user of the land could be just as fun. I think an all abilities park with just a splash pad would be awesome. Yes Yes Yes No Yes, but perhaps an all season park- something that can be multi-use. Like water park in the summer, festival venue in fall, and outdoor ice skating in winter Yes No Yes, I think it's important to have outdoor water recreation areas for children and youth - especially west side youth. Being outside and exercising helps fight obesity, diabetes, and gets children away from screens. Also, the west side has limited outdoor recreation areas and there will continue to be more pressure on our recreational areas as population increases and urban growth pressure continues. Only if the water park conserved water and did not result in usage/waste of water. Since that will be a bigger concern for the city in the next 20-50 years, I think that constructing a community asset with water conservation in mind is critical. No. This land can be better used than for a Water Park that runs only 4 months of the year. No. I would rather see another public park space similar to Liberty Park. Yes! Either way Yes, I would absolutely prefer it to stay a water park yes I think it would be fun to develop a mixed use park where there's a water part (maybe the most expensive thing to remove, might be better to restore?) and the rest can have other park amenities. No, I think we need to utilize those 17 acres to build a multiple use public park for our growing population. However, the park could incorporate a water feature, like a really nice splash pad for families to play in during the summer. Yes Absolutely, Utah needs more places to cool off in the summer, it would be nice to have more than 1 water park in the state Yes Yes no Yes Yes and no; the overall design of the water park isn't very good and feels more like a scattered afterthought. The various pools and slides are all over and the Lazy River is pushed to the far side. If cost were not an issue, then I would recommend a combination of repair, remodel, and adding other attractions like miniature golf, go-karts, bumper boats, hot tubs and ice skating. However, care would need to be taken that they are well designed and flow well and not "cookie-cutter" afterthoughts of which have become too common in the industry. Even many of the professional designers in the nation have become lazy with their designs and give little thought to them. Just look at Boondocks, All Star Bowling, Allegient NonStop, Mulligans, Toads, The Rush, and many others. They almost all look alike with nothing that really makes any of them stand out. Several national studies have said that too many remodels and new builds are being done that miss the mark and don't understand. No No, but it should be converted into a usable and safe public space. No. Yes 72 No preference Yes Yes No. A splash pad would be nice, but not a full Waterpark. We need easier to maintain, and no/or low cost outdoor recreation Absolutely! There is still need for a waterpark attraction for our community. Especially, an outdoor place such as this. It was such an awesome place for families. Yes Yes No I love the water park and I think Salt Lake City needs a good water park. I wish they could fix it. I like the idea of having a water park there but not the dangers associated with it. yes Yes please build a new water park Yes No, I think the land could be better used in other ways to support our local community. There are several other public pools and water parks in the area that provide places for families to go to escape the heat in the summer time. I think a community space and a splash pad would be more ideal. No. I grew up going to Raging Waters, so it would be awesome to see it back, but it would be cool to see something take its place, as well. Hell Ya Brother Yes. Yes No Yes A water park is a unique destination in Salt Lake City and it would allow for many different types of people to use the space. So I think having a water park in this area is a great idea. However, it may not be the best one in terms of cost and water usage. I wonder if there is a better use that is just as inclusive? It seems like various recreation hubs (athletic fields, mountain biking or skate park, etc) would all cater to a smaller user set. All else being equal, I'd love to see this area remain a water park. No. I'd prefer the land be used for a multi-use facility. Fields for soccer, baseball, and lacrosse. Tennis and pickle ball courts are a great idea as well. That water park was so fun when I was younger. I would love to see another one there Yes or a water pad and large park with water features? Yes. An indoor/outdoor aquatic center Yes No, salt lake would benefit from a clean business development or more nice housing to be sold for profit. Something that would encourage nicer housing in surrounding neighborhoods Yes the area needs something fun to bring in people, but make more parking available I would lime to know other ideas before I could answer that question. No No. Build a velodrome for bicycle racing... it’s fun for families to enjoy....walk or ride their bikes to watch weekly competitive meets. Bring a dinner picnic...Redmond, Washington has a great velodrome. A water park would be great. I’d hate to see it turn into some kind of housing development. Of course No No No, using this space as a more accessible and eco friendly open space for the community would be a better use of our funds. No. No. Yes. It was great having a water park so close. Yes Yes 73 no Love water park or pool! We need a bigger outdoor pool in SLC. Liberty park isn’t enough. No No. while water is fun etc, we need to be mindful of water use in utah yes No, not a water park. But more outdoor community pools would be nice. Yes Yes If cost is not an issue make it a green park or community sports like tennis or basketball field. If cost is limited make a skateboard park or community garden. Or sell it a developer and make a low income housing. no Yes Yes Not a water park but an urban beech Where can I paddleboard, swim and lay on a beech in the city? A lake with a small entry fee where people can soak up the Utah sun and lay in the Sand sounds great. Bozeman beech is a good example of what it could be. No water slides just a natural looking lake with nice sand. After visiting Bozeman beech in Bozeman montana and seeing people kayak and paddle board just five minutes from downtown, I’d like to see salt lake have an urban beech. The old water park would be a good spot for a lake with sandy beeches and volleyball courts. A small fee could be charged and water toys could be rented. Maybe even lease a few pads to restaurants with water views and have a trail going around the urban beech. Yes, I prefer it go back to being a water park. I have such wonderful memories from that park. It’s a shame that it is no longer up & running. No Yes Not sure Yes It seems silly to build a water Park during a pandemic. Other areas which allow social distancing and year round operations seems like a better use of the space. Yes No No No Yes, if the City committed to subsidizing the park (like it does golf) to enable local area residents affordable access. No not at all huge waste of water and poor use of land No. Not unless a successful outside operator could be brought in to design, construct and operate such a facility. Yes No I say a surf zone. A man made surfing pool as seen in some of Casey neistats videos on YouTube. I could also go with a bike park like Woodward. Or a mega outdoor theater venue like the ussa ampatheater. were* and no. Extend nature area from Jordan River trail to create a mountain biking/nature walking area. This part of the valley is sorely missing this kind of amenity and the valley in general is missing flatter, more beginning friendly and accessible trails. No A bike park! No. Perfect spot for a mountain bike spot! It is one of the fastest growing sports in the state and we need to accommodate the growth! Not to mention it brings in a lot of money No. I’d like to see a bike park with pump tracks and jumps! Yes No. It should be repurposed for something else. No no 74 No I think this should continue as a water park, but with the marquee feature being a modern surfing wave pool. Some examples are https://www.bsrcablepark.com/bsr-surf-resort/ and https://www.surfloch.com/about. This would fit well with the adjacent golf course and also include skate park, dry land surf training, as well as other mountain sport activities such as outdoor bouldering or deep water soloing, mountain or BMX bike courses. Also the national Whitewater center in NC is a good example: https://usnwc. org/visit/activity-passes/ No No No, Yes, I think the closing of the waterpark really left a gap in this type of outdoor entertainment in Salt Lake City. Currently SLC residents go to the waterparks outside of the city and they are capitalizing on that revenue. We should strive to have another waterpark in that location. I would not prefer it to be replaced with a new water park. Absolutely not. We don’t need any more water parks. No, I think a bike park would be a more useful community project. I don’t believe Utah is an ideal state for a water park. no NO. Make it a Bike Park I do not necessarily prefer a water park but I do think it is a neighborhood icon that holds a lot of meaning and nostalgia for people from the area and other areas as well. If it were to become a water park again, it would be important to maintain affordable prices or special rates for community members. This way we do not cut out certain groups from being able to access the new water park. Folks often get priced out of these new and improved amenities. No Not really Sure I'd prefer if it was used for a bike park! Make it a mountain bike park! It will reduce trail congestion, reduce traffic to the mountains, and give people a safer place to hone in their skills No. No. No Nope! No No Yes A bike park. no No... There are better uses like a natural ate a or bike park in proximity to the Jordan River parkway. No No I would not want a water park. Maybe no, it would be better to invest in a facility that could benefit the community year round Yes. I worked there for 4 years in the 90s. Salt lake needs something like this, especially in Glendale. I’d prefer to see a bike park put in its place! No. I think a bike park would be a more beneficial way to use that space. Yes No, let the market demand bring another water park later. Yes. I would like to see a new water park with the current technology to produce waves for surfing among other activities for all ages No, I’d rather it be a more sustainable use that is accessible to more people. No No No No. A bike park with trails, pump track open green spaces and lighting would be ideal. No Anything recreational for the community. Bike park, skate park etc 75 No. No No No Wave pool would be cooler and actually attract money. No I would prefer a mountain bike park No No I would prefer the land be used for other options such as a bike park for salt lake. Salt Lake are is a bicycle mecca and a bike park would greatly impact the community for the better by growing a positive healthy activity for the greater salt lake community. No Yes No No, I would not prefer the land be used for a water park. I feel a good use for the land would be trails and open space, both of which are currently lacking in that area. No. No. Build a bike park. A bike park could be used 9 months out of the year. No, use it for a bike park! No. It would make a great bike/mountain bike park. With dirt trails, jumps and technical features. No. Make it a bike park. I think a combination smaller-water-park and bicycle park would be interesting. no!!! unless it was built to be a whitewater park for kayaks, rafts, and tubers. No Yes No, I would prefer it to be made into a bike park. No. No No No, I'd like to see a BMX/Mountain Bike Park. No. How about just a large, open field of beautiful grass with walking paths? Personally I would rather see the land used for another form of recreation like a bike park. While there are other offerings there are none with the infrastructure like lighting to ride after dark. Kayak play wave would also be a nice feature to see within the greater SLC community. No it should be turned into a mountain bike park. yes No No, there was already a lack of infrastructure with the old water park; the overflowing parking lot traffic out to the surrounding neighborhoods was too much, and a new water park would bring in way more visitors. While that is good for the economy its be better suited for a larger area that can accommodate more visitors No, I think it should be used for a mountain bike park!! It would be unique and draw people in from all around. No, it was expensive to get in and costly to rent anything there. No a bike park No. Although a water park might bring revenue and entertainment to a small community, they negatively affect the environment by requiring and thus wasting substantial amounts of water. During the summer operating months, a water park consumes tremendous amounts of water through evaporation and requires substantial amounts of energy to pump water throughout the park. This has a vastly unnecessary negative impact to the water supply, environment, and climate change and the land could be utilized in a much more sustainable way. Some suggestions on ways to utilize the land in a sustainably responsible way would be to make a public park with access for everyone or as a bicycle themed park with areas for learning bike handling skills to more advanced features for experts to perfect their skills. Additionally, the land could serve as a festivities park where farmer's markets could be held and vendors such as food and beverage trucks could be located. Nope. Water parks are gross. No No, I think the area could be used better as there are larger and better water parks not to far away. 76 Nope. There are way better uses for that space. Probably not, although I did LOVE going there as a kid! No, I believe there are better uses. No Bike park No. The market has decided. Water park is nice or maybe a park or mountain biking park No, use the land to build a bike park! Yes No yes No, I would love a bike park No, MTB, BMX, and skate park. Bike park for mountain biking No I would love to see a mountain bike park built there as we don't have enough in the area, but if costs were of no issue I think restoring the water park would be wonderful. No I think a water park is not the best use for the land. I think the land could be used as a bike park. These are much cheaper to maintain as well as attend. I would like to see attract as well as some freestyle lines available for biking. No, it’s not a great service to the community, and would require too much staffing and maintenance. It would make a great location for a bike park suitable to all abilities and ages. No No No No no I would not To build a mountain bike park Kids would like it. No, rebuild it into a bike park Nope! I think a bike park, similar to what Draper City built, would be a great use of the space. A gravel course for the road cyclists, some jumps, and some skills areas. Trailside in Park City is another great example. Families can spend the whole day there together and everyone can have a good time. I’m undecided Bike park, pump track and a cool splash pad area. Or a off leash dog walking area like Run a Muck in park city. While I think a waterpark is a worthy investment for recreation opportunity, I believe it is far more important to focus on investing in the body of water that it borders, the Jordan River. Rather than updating a park that will further pollute the river, invest the money into the Jordan River. I prefer to see the land forested, and money go towards making the Jordan River itself a recreation opportunity that is no longer toxic, where kids and adults can swim on hot days. No No, turn it into a bike park. No No. No Yes I would love to see this become a mountain bike park. Jump lines. Little kid strider bike trails (little kids love that stuff) mountain bikes trials. BMX skate park. Sure No Yes No 77 No, I think this would make a great bike park. No. A bike skills park would be awesome. No. Build affordable housing units in this area. Single family or condo type housing affordable to low and middle income families. No A bike and/or skate park would be great. skatepark!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! i think a skatepark plaza would bring a beautiful touch to that part of town. Think of a skatepark but more beautifully executed No No. Unless it was made into a river wave river park. If I could surf the river wave then I would be stoked and willing to donate! No a bike park please. Like the one built in St George called Snake Hollow Bike park. No No No I think it should be converted into a bike park. I would not like a water park No Not with current health situation. Yes Yes Water parks are great for kids, but I feel that demographic has shifted and feel the market for a water park isnt what it used to be, I think y'all predict reduced pass sales and that's the real driving force behind deconstructing the park That could be fun No, I would like a bike park that included old parts from the water park such as slides and pools No No Yes No Yes, where in the entire state is there as big of a water park. I would like to see it developed back as a water park, with new attractions and a public pool. Would also like to see recreational options for year around use. No, absolutely not No Yes, just like the drive-in theater, water parks are disappearing. Yes No, there are other water parks nearby to use. No I would prefer to see a mountain bike park made. Jumps Berms and pump tracks! Yes Yes, I think a water park was a good asset to the community. Yes No bike park would be better No. No No. I would prefer a bike park. Mountain biking has exploded in Salt Lake City area and I think it would we Serve the community and bring families together, giving kids a safe way to spend their time away from screens. No No No, not really. I had a lot of great memories there, but in Utah it has such a short time of year when it can be used. I think it could be better utilized for year round recreation. Yes Utah is a Mecca for mountain biking! A mountain bike park would be loved and used extensively. It could be a wonderful, community building area. No, I'd love to see a bike park with an exercise course. Yes. It seems like a good idea to keep a water park available to the community. But of course, if an idea is brought up about what to do with the property instead, we could entertain the suggestion. 78 No No. Turn it into a bike park!! No. Utah has enough water parks. No No No, this should be a skateboard/bike park. No. I am against water parks. They are dangerous and don’t promote physical activity. No, I would prefer this space to be available to everyone Yes, absolutely. It’s a great place for community together and have fun. If there’s a way to make it more affordable to that’s also wonderful. Yes I would like to keep it a waterpark strictly because it's been three generations of us to have went there all the way from the 1980s until it closed awesome experience always had a fun a little expensive other than that it was a blast remember Fourth of July fireworks from park across the street and everything Yes yes. I would love it to be a water park No Yes No No. I’d prefer the land be reutilized for a mountain biking park. No. We need more green spaces to combat all of the new high-density developments. The last thing we need is another raging waters. Create a multi-use area that has green space, walking trails, and a bike park (see what daybreak is doing with their new bike park) BIKE PARK Not in this time of drought and constant water crisis, worsened by climate crisis. Would anyone want to swim beneath a smokey sky? Kids need a place to run wild in the sun without the confinement of manicured lawns . Grow the biggest trees there and teach them to build their own treehouses they can zipline to one from another. Offer a variety of tall swings, a rock wall, horseback riding around the park, a pond for canoeing, a mud volleyball pit, archery, the best playground equipment geared toward older children and excitement, and deep sand substrate. The "safe" things today are boring, for toddlers, and falling on the substrate hurts them! A fenced-off area for toddlers with age-appropriate equipment and shaded big circular tables and long benches for parents to socialize. Let the older kids be kids. Where else in the world will they be able to do these things? Imagine the memories that will be made in a place like that. Do you have any memorable waterpark days? No No. A mountain bike rec area No NO No No. No No No Yes that is a grear neighborhood addition No, that area is a food desert. It needs to be a grocery store Water Park use is good Yes yes, I liked having a water park so close to Salt Lake City Indifferent. yes Yes. What other public water park, with the diversity this one has, are there? An outdoor recreation space with art, swings, murals and a garden Yes, but a more natural and gentle water park. Perhaps with splash pads, wading pools, paddle boats and canoes. No, I would prefer it be something else. While I love water parks, they are only available for part of the year. It would be great to see a giant community park with a variety of activities available such as mile marks for walking/running, hills for snow sledding in winter and splashpad for summer. 79 Yes, but it doesn't need to be huge slides, it could be more like water features, splash pads and play areas Yes, but public This is a dumb question because costs are an issue!!! Yes No Yes. The water park creates a family and youth shared environment for many local families to enjoy. We are an inner city community who works hard to contribute to the economy of Salt Lake City. This park being in Glendale mid city in open area makes it an accessible park for many children who attend our city schools and live in the neighborhood which is host to the water park. The need for youth emgaement, youth employment, use of land to support family reunions, business celebrations, recreational activity that supports good health and well being of the physical self. Yes Yes No No No, I’d prefer a botanical garden or return to a more natural habitat No Yes. Id love to see it fully remodeled and renovated with a large budget to revitalize this part of town and put emphasis on economic development in this area. Yes No Yes Yes No No Yes Not really. I loved Raging Waters but obviously it wasn’t a viable business I’d this is what happened to it. Absolutely! We don't have many water parks in the salt lake valley. Yes Yes! No, bike fork Yes, disassembly of the current park and a new a better Waterpark should be built. I think you should turn it into a show fountain and or splash pad. The company OTL has a technician local here who maintains and repairs all of their features here in Utah like the one at Station Park in Farmington. splash pad, nature trail No Yes, absolutely. Sure 60000 Yes Yes Yes Yes!!! I loved it when I was a kid and is sad to think my son might not be able to go there. no. but keep it recreational Yes, we need a place for kids to exercise, swim and have fun. A park and place for a farmers market. Yes Sure water park is fun and something different. Yes Yes Yes 80 No Yes Make it a giant splash pad Yes, growing up this was one of my favorite places to go, I’ve been work there and I loved it it was my first job. If we could renovate the waterpark and make it into something new that would be awesome for the community. Or building homes in that area with a park for kids Yes No Of course so much history why end it now. let’s keep the water park going and build it better then it was once. Perhaps it will gain its money back from the attention it would get Yes. Give us a drag strip Yes, we don’t have enough/any water parks. No No. Why waste the valuable water? No Yes we need another water park in Salt Lake City it can get pricey driving to Farmington for lagoon or Provo for seven peaks. Yes No Yes Yes Yes No Yes, there is no water parks in the valley that are outdoors, and have more then one or two slides. The are plenty of golf courses, parks, tennis and pavilions. Yes, we love water parks and the one in Draper us really small. No, water parks are too costly to keep up and with current times not sanitary. No Absolutely, the water park was so much fun and such a great summer activity for familie Skate park and/or a splash pad Absolutely. I have grown up with that park starting out as Raging Waters into Seven Peaks with many fun memories. There is not enough water parks in Utah and having this one close down has been sad. Yes improvements definitely need to be made but it needs to stay a water themed park. No No, but a multi-use facility No. The maintenance and safety of waterparks is expensive and unsafe. I think the property and funds can be used for something more cost effective and appropriate for all. We don't need more apartments or business. We need places for are family to do stuff. And I would do family pass for my family every year even living out in Davis County because we love that park No. Yes, I'd prefer a water park a community pool would be great (like the Roy Aquatic Center or North Ogden's pool) Turn it into a park for residents of the area to be able to enjoy nsture I'm not totally against a new water park but would rather it just be a public park with possibly some water features... or maybe even a public pool. I live in the neighborhood and never had any plans to attend the waterpark, it wasn't really my thing but would love some kind of public park/garden. Yes Yes No My family and I would love another option for a water park close by. Yes Yes YES!!! Of course 81 Yes Yes, this area needs more than just a public park it needs an attraction I would love to help design a theme park that would rival Disneyland. [email redacted]. I would love to hear neighbor input and then I would love to present to the city council some of ideas I have. Yes Yes a new water park would be awesome there are t any around like raging waters. Yes No Yes If it can be something better then make it better Mountain bike and skate park, Food truck park, Community garden and orchard, Rec center, Park and splash pad with options for people with disabilities Yes. A water park in good repair would be great for the area. Yes Na, we have plenty of water parks and natural water Yes my family loved the water park Yes I’m not particularly in favor of a water park but I wouldn’t be upset if it remained a water park. Yes. Absolutely!!! The jobs the park would provide, and the tax dollars it would bring to the area are substantial! Yes Yes. Yes Yes! Because it gives the younger population something to do and keep them busy with outdoor activities instead of on the dang electronic devices. No yes No to the above question only because having a really excellent water park could be so good for Glendale. It would attract businesses and restaurants and cafes - those are dreams for post-pandemic world, but realistically this project would take a while to pull off anyway. To this question : Yes, an urban schlitterbahn! Also clean up the river and really make it amazing like new braunfels’ schlitterbahn + comal river. How about sky diving simulators and surf simulators like Flowrider. Super fun! An indoor laser tag area would also be fun. Go carts and arcade games are always a hit. No. The water park was too expensive for local low income families to enjoy. Yes we need a water park! Yes, it should definitely be used for a water park. No. I would like to see a water rapids park constructed with the nearby Jordan River. A similar project was done on the Boise River/Boise Green Belt in the last several years. The rapids are using by kayakers, and surfers for swimming and a fun, unique outdoor water experience. No Make it a skate park Yeah duh Pickleball Dog Parks Yes Yes Yes, would love to see another water park. No, I think an updated park with a splash pad would be a better use of the space. 82 Yes a new water park or a re model of the currant park Yes It would be nice Not necessarily No I would prefer it to be used as a water park. Please no condensed housing. Yes i loved haviing a water park Yes please. Absolutely! Salt lake is growing like crazy and we have one other water slide park in the City it’s not enough. We need more things to do with the babies Yes, I believe if money wasn’t an issue the park brought the community together. No, make it a dog park. Open land sanctuary. Need more dog parks. No Yes Yes Yes Yes, it has always been a great place for families to go and enjoy their time. Yes No Yes!! We need a water park on northern Utah Yes Yes. Yes I would. Yes No. I'd love to see a tiny home community be put in!! Yes Yes it’s a great family activity. No a bike park would be great No I have a lot of fond memories of the water park growing up. A lot of my friends and family have expressed how much we miss going to Raging Waters, and wish it were still open. Yes Yes No No Yes Yes, the most fun memories I have were in the wave pool and the lazy river. Yes Sounds nice No. There’s no need for another water park. Maybe a splash zone at most. Yes. Instead of continuing to hold on to the property sell it off (condition of keeping it a water park) at reasonable cost to an investor so they can fix, repair, and reopen a historic and family place that brightens a community. No Yes Yes Don't know...water parks are very expensive and many in the city and state cannot afford to visit it Not really Yes No, it would be a nice site for a regular park with splash pads for children and an off leash fenced in dog area. No. Use it for a place for the homeless to go! Since their home was taken away from them! Not really! There's a much better use for thus land. An interactive, all abilities park/playground with a large city run splash pad. 83 Yes, please! I loved the water park and there aren’t enough options like it. I certainly don’t want the park to be dismantled and cleared, but recognize that it can’t remain in its current state. That said, it would be nice to have a nice water park replace it. No. Water parks are costly and lame. Yes Absolutely! I believe that a water park in that particular section of the state would be a boon to the community. Nah, make it a skatepark. No No, this one closed for a reason and it wouldnt be wise to have the same problem come back up in a few years. But the area isnt very nice so maybe a waterpark could spruce up the area? No strong preference as long as the land isn’t turned into more apartment buildings. Yes A water park would be fun however it wouldn't be used year round. If money was not an option I would love to see something (water) indoor for year round use. Absolutely. Let’s have one amazing water park in SLC. Pllllleeeeeeaaaassssse. If we have to, please explore options for people to buy bonds or public / private fundraising or etc to fund the building of a new water park. I’m poor as heck but I’ll be the first to chip in $100 if you offer the chance for the public to raise funds. Yes!!! Yes Turn it into a surfable wave pool. Google wavegarden or Kelly slater’s surf ranch. Yes No, make it a real park with lots of trees. Perhaps a splash pad or some sort of water feature. Maybe just a regular public swimming pool. Yes Yes Conceivably, yes. No major opposition to this usage given precedent, but maybe there is a better usage. Absolutely! My family went to the water park for years. It was conveniently located, unlike lagoon, so it was easy to get to and a great way to spend the day cooling off. I want my kids to have a relative experience, enjoying what seems like a dying market. Please keep it alive. Please rebuod and renovate the water park! No Yes Not really. Water parks are great, but to restore that one when you could build something else such as a public recreation center for cheaper would be preferable. I suppose a water park would be nice to incorporate into a recreation center but I don’t think this one should be restored. No. Due to the fact Utah is in a drought and i feel we need more free outlets for kids and skate parks are a great resource. Water parks are only fun in the warm weather months. Build something that could be used year round like a amphitheatre, nature park. Yes Yes, it was a great place to go as a kid and Salt Lake City needs more entertainment than restaurants and bars no No No Yes! Salt Lake City needs and deserves a water park. it's disgraceful a city our size doesn't have one. Yes Yes! Loved this park as a kid and would love to be able to take my kids No Yes, but only if privately funded- I do not think water parks should be publicly owned- it is too costly (and a liability risk if the city gets sued because something happend there) Sure Yes Yes A water park would be a fun addition to the area. 84 Yes, the people in this area have enjoyed the water park for years. It is worth the cost to fix it. If it were put to a vote the people would choose to spend the money. I like the idea of a water park and maybe coupled with a miniature golf course and family picnic or nature reserve similar to Liberty Park - paddle ponds and bird sanctuary, etc. Yes absolutely! Utah is so limited with water parks or would be great to have another water park other than just lagoon. Yes Yes, definitely would rather it be something rather than abandoned Yes Sure Yes Yes, if done right. Yes I think the liability of water parks is too high for me to feel comfortable with that being owned by the city. If something horrible happened and the victims sued, I don't want my tax dollars going to defending, settling, or any other potential payment for this type of situation. Yes. Yes Yes, but it just needs to be torn down and have something else done with it that is not an eye sore or danger to those who break the law Yes absolutely. There aren’t many waterparks here in Utah. Absolutely. Yes Yes Yeah, slightly Absolutely! We loved having a water park here. No No No Yes No No No Water park is there. Why not keep it but if someone wants to buy the land and use it for something else then why not sell to them. Either way! Yes, it would be fun to have a nice water park locally. Yes. Great memories and great for families. It lasted 40 years before shutting down. no No Yes Turn it into a giant splash pad style park. Those are popping up all over Utah and are AMAZING. Turn it into something with open space that can be enjoyed by younger residence that encourages healthy play rather than an expensive eater park in the ghetto part of town. (No offense) Yes No, I find that we use recreation parks much more than water parks. Specifically, parks more like Liberty Park, or Veterans Memorial Park. Absolutely!!! Turn it into a skate park No No the area could be better used for building a public bike park No Yes or something as to that nature like a better and bigger boondocks. Preferably a water park because I have been going there since the 80's. 85 No Absolutely, I grew up at this park. No One hundred percent! Yes Yes, there is a need for a water park in our area. We need increased summer outdoor options for large families and water parks are so accommodating to largr groups. I've only been to the property a small number of times - a couple of days when it was Raging Waters and and a couple of times when it was under the ownership of 7 peaks. From what I remember, it is a pretty nice piece of land that would make a very nice public park. Part of it should be"water park", but scaled down to something comparable to American Fork's rec center. That would be one or two acres of the 17. Another acre should be used for a skate park. Another couple of acres should be for pickleball and tennis courts, and horse shoe pits. The rest should be packed with regional natural vegitation with a trail system. No. Yes! Utah needs more family parks. Tear down the water park that’s there, saving what you can, and rebuild a new water park. I have lots of great memories there and would love to give my kids some as well. J hi If private investors step in and fund it, yes. If not I believe a sustainable city park makes much more sense financially. What about an amusement park!! That would be fun. Obviously if money weren’t an issue. I think a splash pad would be just as nice. Yes I’d love to have access to a water park there are many close by and I have a ton of kids that would love it! Yes, the community needs a water park. It gave much of the community who could not afford vacations and trips to beaches a stayvaction of kinds. It gave families and youth a positive way to spend hot summer days. Salt Lake needs a water park again With all my heart I’d prefer a garden with water features. Yes No No. I think we could use a lot of other things more than a water park. I would love to see them take down the old hazardous water park and build an amazing one! Utah has never had a good water park we always have smaller ones based for kids! We need one that can and would accommodate too large amounts of people and for all ages small children to older people. That way people in Utah can finally have a nice big water park that we all deserve ! Not really. Yes Yes. Definitely. Let's keep it a water park. Yes I’d love another water park! Yes, not directly living in the city myself. I visited this park often in the summers growing up. It is a great place to spend with family and friends. Yes... it's only far for us to have our own water park instead of having to go to draper or further north! We want local family venues for our kids too! Yes, we need a water park. Absolutely. My family and I have enjoyed the park for years and we were very disappointed when it closed down. It gave a fun place to spend the day and have a good time. Salt lake is short on water parks and I believe it would be upsetting to see it go. Yes. This was the best Waterpark in slc and I would like it to make a comeback. Yes no Yes YES, I want to go on record as saying "KIDS LOVE WAVE POOLS" Yes Yes It would be nice, but I could also support it being another recreation location. 86 Yes Partial use as a pool and splashpad, but use the remaining area that has trees as a park, including possible skate park. Keep it public recreation. Open space is diapering so fast in Salt Lake it is going to be nothing but low quality high density housing with no quality of life left. Save for public use!! The city has been soooooo neglagent in how it handled this property. Could have been saved for millions less. Dont be short sighted about this anymore. No, Leave it allow the public airsoft groups to buy the land as is and use it as a amazing airsoft field or paintball field this could promote some awesome tourist attracting for an annual game scenario. Yes, I think the community needs it. Kids and families need a fun, safe environment to enjoy the summers. The location is perfect for people coming from all around the salt lake valley abd will help bring community together. If refurbished and safe, people will flock to the new park. I spent many summers here and have wonderful memories. No, as this location for a profitable Waterpark three times have failed due to location, parking, and maintenance failure. No, we don't need another water park. Let's build a bike park or a natural area for walking and protecting wildlife & birds. YES!!! That place had so many fond memories and every time I drive by the point of the mountain I think of it. I wish it could be a water park that is affordable and simple, just like raging waters. Yes No Yes No No An all-abilities park. There's one in St George that has a playground that kids who are even in wheelchairs can enjoy, along with an amazing splash pad and a train. No No No, we don't need a water park. I would like to see a dog park or something that people can utilize. Please no more condos and townhouses! No Yes Yes it’s basically set up and ready to go why start over No Yes Yes I don't think so. I think it should be used for a skate park and soccer/football field. Movies in the park during the summer. Or we can use another park like Liberty Park with running/walking trails, big trees. Fun safe area for exercise and dog walking Yes! Yes Yes Yes Yes No. I want the space to be environmentally friendly while also supporting and enriching the community, not another drain on resources and exploitation of consumerism to fill the pockets of wealthy investors Yeah, it's good for the people and family keeps the money in Utah. These parcels should remain recreational, but with a mixed-use component to make the endeavor profitable. If restoring the water park isn't viable, rebuilding one in its place should the the approach. That said, the most important feature on this property is that it is adjacent to the river, and the lack of thoughtful development of this river through the City is a real missed opportunity. YES we have plenty of parks in salt lake valley but no water parks Yes! Zip line, rock climbing, action park Allow airsoft to buy land as is. Its makes an amazing urban natural battlefield that is very scenic to airsofters. Yes Yes and it could possibly be a community outreach project have slcpd and local government help out and get involved with those kids in the community maybe the youth for community service. That water park could give kids something to do to stay out of trouble. The city workers could teach volunteers how to do some of the repairs and a lot of the others you could ask for contractors help some might even donate time you’ve just got to ask we do have the best state in the us and some people that are pretty good at coming together. 87 id like a water park. built the stairs not so high so other people can use it. have more people watching for trouble makers and kick them out so familys can enjoy it. I did my sons birthday party there for years.taking playing in water parks that kids can run and have fun No, I think it should be turned into something more community based. This land would be a great spot for a fair grounds. Future hosting of festivals and public events. Plant trees and make it a green space. Maybe add a playground and a small pond for wildlife to return. yes No I think a park with multiple outdoor recreation areas would be best. A subset of the park could be water based while other pieces of it contain room for activities such as pickleball. No. Absolutely not. This is a non desirable neighborhood. If you were to replace the water park, do it somewhere nice like Draper. This area is horrible as you can plainly see by the damage created by criminals. Build it into several parks. Slash Pad, dog park, skate park, all the parks! Also hired inside security during park hours to prevent that BS from happening again! Not really. Yes there are so many amazing memories from seven peaks. It's sad to see it gone. Yes. Where should be were. Make it a warm water pool for the cold seasons. Makes sense to have “thermal pools” Yes, absolutely. However, I don’t believe it’s a good use of city money to restore it. Yes. This water park was such a source of fun and joy growing up. Definitely if money wasn’t an issue it would be nice to have the water park rebuilt No, a park for people and animals to view nature. No Yes I prefer the land to be a water park! No. Water parks, though refreshing in our heat, sounds peculiar to me in our drought prone area. Yes Yes Yes No. yes Yes. Yes Yes YESSSSS!!!!! I grew up there and as I am getting ready to have children of my own I would like to be able to share the memory my grandma and mom shared with me of going there as little kids. No Sure! Sponsor out the park in sections multiple sponsors, construction in segments and sections at a time. Yes! I loved going to this water park as a child; I hope to bring my children to the water park some day. Yes because it’ll be nice to have a water park in the salt lake valley. absolutely! Having a new water park makes even more sense given the population in the valley keeps increasing No yes. it was amazing having a water park in town and if someone is willing to build an updated water park it would be amazing. way too many people have good memories there. no yes No. Depending. Yes 88 Not necessarily I would prefer the land be used to create a wake board cable park as well as an indoor flow rider. I think a lot can be done with this since it is right next to marine products. There should be an outdoor as well as an indoor cable park so that there can be business year round. Are used to go there when it was wild wave And raging waters. I think you should look for investors to come invest money and make it a waterpark again that’s what the city needs is nice water parks If it needs to be taken down completely then I'd rather see it be turned into a new water park. There is too many buildings and industrial thinsg around our state. We need something fun like this for our youth. No, I believe that ANOTHER water park would only use water that we should be saving for other things. I think something should go there that is helpful to the community. Like a community center with a park, gym, and services for people that need them. I believe a water park would be the best option. There isn’t anything like that within that area of SLC. I mean you have Cowabunga Bay in Draper. That’s too far for some people. No. We need more housing for the houseless. Yes!!! This is such a summer staple. I’m sad it’s gone, a newer safer water park would be just what Utah needs for fun summers! no f No. Yes No No. Repurpose what is there and create and urban skate/Bmx park. It’s an opportunity to create an urban park that would inspire the nation. How the High Line Park in NYC inspires repurposing. Yes. Bring back Raging Waters! We need a water park activity on that side of town for families to enjoy. Rebuild! Yes I would turn it into a more natural setting to serve as a gathering place. It could include simple outdoor activities such as paddling in a pond, small rock climbing wall, picnic areas, sled hill, pump track, skate park, water pad, ice cream and coffee stands, food truck parking, etc. Tulsa's Gathering Place has been a huge hit for locals there. It would be nice to have something of a lesser more cost effective scale at the least. No, build a homeless shelter. The city needs a nice one. You can’t keep ignoring those people. They need help. Provide it for them Yes, it may provide more job opportunities for people in the area and community. Yes Most definitely! Yes Yes. It’s a perfect spot for people who live in Salt Lake City. I know in the long run, you’re going to do what YOU want. If you decide to “make way for something new”. Please DON’T let it be housing! NO condos! NO apartments! NO new homes. I know some will try even when you say you can’t. It should be something that others can enjoy. So many people are outdoors now, make it for all us. A park with walking trails/ biking trails would be wonderful. It should not be used for a waterpark. There is one in Provo and Draper. It should be used for conservation. Or a educational site to teach people how to reduce their carbon footprint and help slow climate change. Yes No. Who needs another water park in 2020? I’d love to see a natural recreation area that makes use of the Jordan River and natural landscape. Yes Yes. Yesss there going to waste the money anyways and then if it’s a better water park then boom you get all that money back by having a lot of people coming to this new and improved water park just think about it Definitely. We are getting rid of everything! What can our kids enjoy anymore? Yes Not necessarily, I think a park that has a splash pad would nice, but not a "water park" Yes I think this land should be used for a wake-board cable park, as well as an indoor flow rider. Especially because it is close to Marine Products where people can get equipment for it No more water park in this area . It hasn’t been used . A public pool with Gym maybe . A slash pad with play ground using smaller part of the area maybe . Use part of the area for homes ? Yes! Or at least green space. 89 MAKE THIS A WAKEBOARD CABLE PARK PLEASE! IT WOULD BE AWESOME! MAYBE PUT IN A FLOWRIDER AS WELL PUT IN A WAKEBOARD PARK. IT WOULD BE AWESOME! Please make this a wakeboard cable park! It will generate revenue and it will spruce up the area its in. It will also generate revenue. I want a cable park here because me and my buddies have been wanting to have one in Utah for years! Make it a cable park bud. I don't know if you necessarily have to dissemble it. I think it should be a cable park for wake boarding. It would make a lot of revenue and be great for the community. Make it a cable park dude! No No, unless it was operated by a local municipality. As we've seen, private operators cannot be counted on to maintain their property. They will cut and run when the going gets tough. Yes with improved attractions and AFFORDABLE for local residents, especially Glendale, Poplar Grove residents. yes Yes I loved the water park and would enjoy it again. No Yes Not necessarily a water park, but I think a family friendly park should be built there. Maybe a playground, some BBQ grills and pavilions, or something along those lines would go good there. I think that a family oriented park, at little or no cost to residents, would fit nicely in that area. Yes! I really miss Raging waters and would love to see a new water park be built. No, it wasn’t open enough throughout the year. Maybe build an indoor pool with slides to use year round. Use the land for housing. We don't need a water park. I would prefer anything that is open and available to the public as a recreation. Utah has lost some parks and others are designed for kids under the age of 12. So in short yes. I’m not sure but definitely tear it down Yes! No. No No Make it a skate park No Yes Yes Outdoor concert space, or, outdoor park, or potentially revenue generating space for future Olympic committee plans Yes! No. After Covid, is going to be hard for big companies to take over. Even theaters are going under. Disneyland and Disney world are suffering. I don't know what kind of investors will throw 20 million up in the air at the current financial status. NO it' would be to costly to repair and upgrade the park No YES! so much fun! I wish the park was renovated and brought up to modern standards. Yes Yes, I would love if it could still be a water park Yes! A giant splash pad would be awesome. Yes Yes I like the idea of having a family friend water park in the county as there really isn’t one close. A water park. I’d prefer a water park. No. We have hot summers but SLC can only use a water park for a few months of the year. Probs why this has happened. No Yes, I have fond memories as a child and would like my kids to experience them as well. However, I realize this isn't likely possible. 90 No. We need more nature areas in the city for those that can’t take to the hills but want to be more connected with nature. Some kind of gardens or something would be great! Yes Why not utilize the land for a NEW HOMELESS SHELTER AND REASORCE CENTER Since there isn't one really. Centrally located easy access power water sewer already there. It is also out of residential neighborhoods unlike the shelters now in use. It would be good karma since SLC gov dropped the ball in relocating the old shelter... Yes. Yes!! Yes No I regularly used the water park and took my 4 children there. It was a unique activity and one of the rare places I could enjoy time with both toddlers and teenagers. It also employed a large number of teens. For the cost, I would rather see a park for mountain biking in the summer and cross country skiing/sledding in the winter, but we will very much miss the water park. No, build a park open to the public and free to all. Yes. But it doesn’t seem cost effective to fix, rebuilding would be just as expensive. And with Covid who knows if/when anyone would actually be able to use it as a water park in the next few summer seasons. I would prefer another water park Yes No the area is a problem area and with no end in sight for this pandemic it would be a waste of money. No, if it were profitable and valued by the community then market forces would have kept it in business. Yes Yes It depends to be honest. That’s a lot of money to rebuild it. Yes, I think it brings great value long term for the area and the city. No. The park was a lot of fun, but with rapidly dwindling open green space and river corridor tree canopy, it is far more important that the water park be converted to a multi use habitat space. No Take some of the existing structure and turn it into a skate park. The closest one to Glendale is in sugarhouse. Bmx track, pump track, skate park Yes, some other form of outdoor entertainment for sure Yes Yes No Yes I don’t have a preference as long as something fun and kid friendly is there. Yes! Even if it is smaller and not as much to maintain it should be some sort of entertainment water park. Yes Yes No YES! No, we are a desert. Yes. Sure No. Sure Yes. Living in the Glendale area, this park was a staple in our summers. I also spent every summer here as a kid. I would love to see it come back. No, we could turn this into an awesome park, with some amazing skate parks. Yes I love this place No No opinión No. I would prefer a nature park, such as a Japanese garden, with sculptures and beautiful trees, as well as places to sit and socialize or spend time in solace. 91 Absolutely! I have the most amazing memory of going here on a field trip when I was a child, but sadly cannot remember anything more than arriving there. I have dreamed of taking my children there. bike park No No Yes, this was a regular activity for me and my family. It is sad to see it not open. Yes!!!! Yes. The last thing the city needs is more apartments or condos. This water park was absolutely beloved. And it would be wonderful to have a new waterpark to make memories in. Yes No. I think there are adequate current water parks in other cities like Farmington (Lagoon), Draper (Cowabunga), and Provo (Splash Summit). Yes i grew up at this park I think it would be fun to have a Waterpark nearby but the cost might be to much. No Absolutely we need to keep this historic place, fix it make it better. No "Where not an issue"? But, yes. No, make more open nature space No. I think the land is better used for a pollinator-friendly park with native plants and/or a community garden. Yes No, I think it would better serve as a natural park or farm. Something that would help to nourish the land. Yes, rebuild the water park. No Yes, I loved having a waterpark so close to us! Probably yes, but it would depend on the other available options. Yes! Bring back raging waters! Yes. It’s important to show the community you aren’t giving up on them Probably. There are no water parks nearby that would compare. No No I’d like it to be used for something else. Something that can help the community. Like a homeless shelter. With the pandemic there has been a lot more homelessness in our city, and the people affected by it are putting into our neighborhood of Rose Park and Glendale. I’d love for there to be a homeless shelter/homeless resource to center there to keep them safe, fed, and given so the other resources that need like education and public aid. Absolutely. This is historic and should be redone for future generations Yes Yes. It was a beautiful and fun water park filled with memories. I’m sure if we could fix it up we’d be able to make it into a water park again I think you should make it into a renovated skate park and pavilion, it could welcome in residents of the area to have somewhere safe to gather and would make good use of the pool bowls and many of the other features, you could remove the water equipment and modify some of the bowls to be better suited for skating, while at the same time re-using some of the already existing walkways and blank pavilions which could be used for activities such as art shows, movie presentations/festivals as well as outdoor conventions we could better utilize this park as a safe place for the younger of Utahns and create something that many generations of different interests would be able to utilize for great outdoor activities! Yes No, I think that time has passed. Yes definitely. It’s great for the surrounding community Yes. Salt Lake valley has no major water park. Yes No Yes No. We don't have much water as it is. 92 If we could create something like lava hot springs, I think that would be popular enough to cover the cost of the business owner. No No No, a water park needs to be a private company, not a govt agency. A simple swimming pool and open space would be a good idea for this land. Or even a simple splash pad, open space. I feel a water park and pool is a great source of employment for young people. But the land could be used as a city park for future generations which is something everyone enjoys. Yes. There is a park in Provo and a park in Farmington but nothing in salt lake city. Residents are used to traveling these distances to get to an entertainment park, but it would be nice to have a local one that were revamped and safe for residents to enjoy. It may help clean up the reputation and image people typically have of Glendale city of being 'the hood'. Yes! Yes with a beach, lazy river, live shows and concert areas. The parking has to be addressed as cars get vandalized too often. Incorporate some daily show highlighting the diverse cultures in Utah I don’t think so. It’s time to move on. No. I think a mountain bike park should be built there Itd be cool to have a 20 million dollar waterslide park. Being a cold weather state hot tubs saunas and steam rooms all year would be better. no Yes The water park is in a terrible location. The surrounding neighborhoods are responsible for its demise. The city should not waste funds on rebuilding anything here. Level the park and prepare the property for private commercial use. No, at least not one as large as that. I think there are better uses that could benefit the Glendale community more. I think you could build a nice regional park with an area for food trucks, a skatepark, splash pad, trails, etc. a place for people to gather. Yes Yes No, it should not be used as a water park. Yes, Utah does not have many fun water parks No, I dont think this location is suitable for a new water park. Glendale and surrounding areas are not home to very many children. And is very run down and poor area with lots of crime and homelessness along the Jordan river trail. I think a water park would be better constructed elsewhere. No. I would prefer a park similar to Liberty park, but with a skating park, perhaps climbing and other activities. A lazy river, water fall or other thing, tapping into natural hotsprings if possible Yes Yes No. The water park was always looking run down and in an unattractive area. I would prefer a dog park. I would want it to be a water park Yes No yes I would. I would love to build a new “Raging Waters”. It would be amazing to have a completely new watermark that has nods to the old park. No Yes! Unsure but open to suggestions. No, other nice things could be put in its place. Yes, need more parks for kids Yes No Not necessarily. If people want it, but that's a pretty big space that could be used for actual affordable housing. Not luxury apartments. Just simple four walls and a ceiling. There really aren't a lot of actual affordable housing untits available, and building some would benefit the community more than another water park. Yes absolutely!!! Raging waters was the source of countless great memories for me and all my friends as kids. I believe we should rebuild and bring the park up to code! The kids these days need some outdoor fun and the water park days were always amazing!! Yes 93 YES! Utah is a close knit community many members of Utah have made memories at this water park. Don’t divide the community! We need our recreation areas. Social environments are becoming few and far between. We need this community to stay united! It is an amazing place to have fun and let loose and just keep our childhood alive! I am indifferent to water parks, and would honestly prefer something less rambunctious and noisy. I would prefer that the site be made home to more nature. Yes No I would love that. Or a public pool Yes. Yes Yes no Yes No No, I think an outdoor area for simple trails for biking and walking and fishing would be nice. Yes No, fishing pond is preferred No, build a skate park Yes NO!!! Use the land to create low-income housing to help support the homeless population Yes the city of salt lake needs something for our children to play Yes. No Yes No. Affordable housing would be better. I think it would be great but having something else there would be okay too like a regular park. That was a very memorable place for many people though so I think it would be awesome to rebuild it so new generations can enjoy it, too. Yes No Yes. Something for the community and to keep kids out of boredom. No Yes I think water parks are a great addition for the city in the summer time however they go unused in winter months. Has long as it can incorporate many different structures to allow year round use I believe it would be a great place for citizens to enjoy recreation. Yes yes Yes I would prefer it to remain a water park. I have a lot of fond memories of raging waters. But maybe it should be put to good use. The land could be used to move the homeless shelter there. We have a ton of homeless in Utah. They could build a bigger shelter and maybe have like a rehab/ mental health center. Help all the homeless vets and drug addiction in salt lake. Yes but they are It would be nice if a water park were put in if it were completely town down and and replaced. If a water park is not viable, a combination skate park and bmx park should be built. Yes! Affordable housing and parks No, wastes too much water No a park would be more suitable for that area. Yes, it holds many amazing memories for me. My grandparents lived in walking distance and we spent a lot of summers there, including the firework show! No, the park went under for a reason. Water parks are really only viable for 3/4 months out of the year in northern Utah, I don’t think the city would make back its money be investing in a costly water park revitalization plan 94 Yes I would prefer the land to be used as a water park I would like it to be a water park, It doesn’t need to be but me and my friends would love that. I would definitely prefer a new water park over anything else. It should be used as a skate park. We are desperately in need of a good skate park. No Maybe, if it were mostly open park with multiple splash pads, free and open to the public Hell yes!! Yes Yes No. No No. Water park preferred. Gets kids out of the house. Yesss Yes Yes No Yes Yes Not a water park but maybe a regular park would be great in this area Yes! No No No. Utah has too much stress on water resources to support another park. Yes Yes No Bicycle park. Yes Yes, I would love a new water park to go in there. Yes No I feel the cost to renuild are too great. How about a soccer field Yes I would prefer a new water park Yes. If this is turned into a park, it will degrade into a homeless camp and the general public will not be able to use it. Apartments would be better than that, especially with Jenny Wilson touting how much we need housing. Maybe a park for residents. No. It should be open space for the community. Yes, the water park is a historical place in the city. My family and I were very sad to hear it closed down and hasn't reopened. The water park is in it's current shape due to a lack of upkeep. If it was well maintained over the years, the current repair costs would not be as high. The city should have annual inspections of the water park prior to it opening for the season to ensure major repairs are not being neglected. The water park has potential. It needs several updates and repairs but if it is properly maintained and well taken care of, it should continue to last for decades as it has in the past since the 1970s. This was a great family friendly destination for our community. It was even a major pioneer back in the day! We should not give up on the water park. It needs an owner that will properly maintain it and keep it running properly. Yes Yes No yes please keep it a water park. Yes, I'd prefer that the land be used for a water park. 95 It would be really nice if it could be used for that. I didn't care for the slides. I was happy when it was just a wave pool. Maybe you can incorporate it into the Sorenson's Pool :D They did talk about making a recreation pool at one time in the parking lot at the Sorenson Center and move the parking across 800 West where the defunct garden is. A walking track would be nice over the top of it for winter use. At a community council when Billy Palmer was in, he said it would be good to have a high school on the west side. Lynn Robertson said Anthony Sudweeks is the principal that is looking to get a building for a charter high school. Maybe this can work for it. Yes Yes I would rather have a water park than homes or a another Maverik getting built like always no Absolutely, water parks are amazing and all we have now is Lagoon which limits the number of guests. With temperatures rising every year we need somewhere to coll off. Thanks I would prefer a water park. No No yes There is community value to having a water park and this type of active recreation in this area of the city is lacking. I would support an updated water park that was accessible to all city residents. Keep in mind that return visits during a summer season might be financially hard for many residents in the surrounding neighborhood and price admission accordingly. yes! I grew up going to this water park as my kids got a chance for the last few years to experience the same.. I would love to see that it remain a water park if possible.. Yes for sure. Salt Lake City needs a water park still. Yes, even though my kids are too big for a water park these days. However, in the old days we used to drive to Cottonwood Heights to find a nice outdoor pool. Seems like all the pools in SLC are indoors and/or built for laps, not kids. Turn it into a haunted attraction. Hell no yes I don't know Yes, it would be nice to have another water park attraction here in Utah. Yes, it would be great to have a safe, nice, water park within Salt Lake area for families to enjoy. Yes, but only if there was something new and interesting about it. Rebuilding another giant toilet with screaming kids wouldn’t be cool. Yes. I loved raging waters growing up and went with my children to seven peaks for years until it also closed. would love to see what this water park could be. Yes Yes a new water park! Absolutely. Make this a cable park dude!!! Make this a cable park dude!!! I love the idea of making this a wake-board cable park or a flow-rider for water-sports people who want something to do without having a boat or if you guys make it indoor, it can be a year round attraction that will also bring in year round revenue Yes. My family would prefer a water park. No Is this some kind of a joke survey? Yes please leave hazards alone and add some new hazards. Whatever. Yes,if taxes were not used to build it. It should be a private company. no No, I would prefer the land be used for a bike park. The current land and layout would be a fantastic place for a park like Trailside bike park in Park City. Yes. We don't have an outdoor water park in our area. We have to drive to west valley or kearns or bountiful to enjoy the outdoors pools. We need something our children can go to without having to make a far drive out of town. Yes Skate park!! Use what you can and save money. Add a splash pad and a few other water features to pay hommage. No. No make it into something more useful for the community. Build Glendale High School there instead✊🏽 yes. renovating what it was would be perfect and people would love to be able to go back to the water park we grew up with. the fun it was not taken away. 96 A new High School and park for the people in the community, I grew up across from Raging Waters and went to East High. It was extremely tough making it to school. If you missed the bus home. You’d have to walk. The area is growing and kids are getting busses to schools 10+ miles away. Sure Yes No preference as I haven’t gone to raging waters since I was young so doesn’t impact my life necessarily, but a raging waters 2.0 might be nostalgic and nice geocaching no No No. Put a public pool and a regular park with soccer fields and basketball courts. Minor note: “where” should be “were” in the phrasing of this question. Yes Yes- if the space is not able to become a water park or public pool. I think it would be a good idea to become a green space ( Salt Lake City peace garden) ( liberty park) with trees ponds - stream? Fountains ? Etc No - as much fun as a water park is, it is not a sustainable use of the area. I would rather the park be transformed into a green space that is more environmentally sound and safe and accessible for everyone to enjoy. If the need is there, it seems that type of entertainment has gone out of favor I think it'd be better use as a splash pad or park, with basketball courts, pickleball courts and play grounds. The small park across the street Glendale park is a joke of park with one playground set, no pavilions, no basketball courts. No Yes! One with less admissions and parking prices. Yes or an amusement park. ABSOLUTELY Yes Yes Yes, it upgraded our community for so many years taking it dow and adding housing would be a disaster for our Glendale neighborhood, espically apartments. No I would prefer it be turned into a multi sport complex with turf soccer fields where a lot of the kids in this area don’t have access to a good soccer field Yes, growing up i have so many memories of that park, the best way to bring back those memories, would to please redo it. I am so sad at how many people have come to ruin something that was once a childhood dream. I loved going there with my whole family, and I loved the location, being so close but yet so secluded in the back going down 1700. I hope someone reads this and hears the disparity in my voice, I would really love to see it back up for my next generation of kids at least. Yes! I think a state-of-the-art water park seven blocks from my house would be a huge asset! I never visited the park before it closed, partly because it was widely considered to be in a state of disrepair. I think it is also important to have quality recreation on the west side, especially considering this is where a majority of Salt Lake City’s youth live. Yes. The community needs an outdoor outlet for children and families. Yes in the long run it would pay for itself being the only attraction of its kind in the area also provide jobs Yes I think if money wasn't an issue turning the site back into a water park would be incredibly neat it's been like that for years and tons of memories have been made there Yes Yes, its important for kids and adults to have a fun and safe summer activity. No. Turn it into a multi use park with skateboard park, pump track, pavilions, pond, basketball courts, tennis courts, etc. Yes Splash pad, skate park, public park No, theres enough water parks in Salt Lake. Yes Yes!! Yes yes - that place rocked Yes Probably. 97 Absolutely not. Water is scarce and valuable. It should be used to cultivate local trees, flora, and fauna. Think Liberty Park, Sugarhouse Park. How about turning the place into a giant community garden? It's in the middle of the city, and all people from all areas would have easy access. Not to mention the proximity to the river. No yes, or another theme park in general. That would be great for the community. The old one was enjoyed by so many, and nothing like it is available anywhere near. Couldn't some of the materials be recycled and used? Yes Yes, this was the only water park I went to in Utah and I very much enjoyed it and would love to go and enjoy it again Yes Yes! No No. A new water park is needed but it should be in a nicer area. No, I don’t want a water park. I’d prefer it to be a regular park that can be used year round Maybe Maybe A permaculture garden. Probably the cheapest option, not to mention the many community and environmental benefits. I think it could make a great skate park, atleast some of the land! No No. We could have a splash pad or a small swimming hole style "lake" No Yes, but a better maintained and facilitated water park. No I’d prefer it be turned into a high school. Glendale High School Yes! No Yes No. Based on the recent impacts of Covid 19, I think that it would not be a wise investment. No Yes Yea!! I would great a nice pools with slices With a few restaurants outside different concept With movie theater outside and a lot of fun activity We are a restaurant call [Name redacted] and we would love to give input to make salt lake better Sure no Yes! West valley/ salt lake valley need a water park, pools, slides, attractions! We have nothing else Nope Yes, I think a water park is needed because it provides healthy recreation for many families in Salt Lake, Davis and Weber Counties. No Sure No Yes Yes we need stuff like that in our commuity. I would love to see it turned into a skate park, however I would like to see the are being using as a water park again No No opinion. 98 Yes Not necessarily any sort of public park would be nice yes Yes Yes Maybe, maybe not. Depends on analysis of whether or not it would get used enough to keep it open. Also, I think something different can be do to make it useable year round. No. Yes Yes I would like a water park to be there Yes No. Build a bike park, pump track, etc. Yes, the site is big enough and upgrading it with modern equipment, pumps, slides, and pools would be beneficial in my opinion Yes! I'd prefer it be used as a public water playground-type of water park. i.e., keep it free but incorporate water play, like a splash pad! Yes Yes yes- aa clean and safe one Yes, and maybe a park that can be used year round by the residents. A year round option like the Utah Olympic oval has with the pool, park and indoor ice skating and meeting rooms for special smaller events. This is the only way I can see that the property gets used year round instead of just the summer months. I’m a long term resident of Glendale and have been a season pass holder from the beginning when he property was Called he “The Wave Pool.” We took our 3 young boys almost every day or night we could go to swim and ride the waves as a family. What great memories! We bought out first home in Glendale partly because the water park was so close to our home. Also, that we could walk to the wave pool in 5 minutes. We are still in the same house we bought 40 years ago in Glendale. We have enjoyed the water park immensely over the years. We always held our summer parties at the “Rage” with extended family and friends over the years and have missed the opportunity. . Yes outdoor splash pad in summer and mini ice rinks in winter. I think that whatever is done with the park, there are three things to consider: 1) sustainability 2) how it benefits the economy 3) how it benefits the people. I’m not sure what the budget looks like, but if the funding is there I think that a sustainable park (I.e. planting responsibly, limited water usage, etc.) with a garden that is open to the public could be hugely beneficial. While Utah doesn’t have as big of a homelessness issue as say CA or NY, many families still suffer from food insecurity. If there was a public garden where people could pick fruits and veggies (maybe in a regulated way to make sure no hoarding happens) then that would definitely help lessen the burden of food insecurity in our area. Maybe the park could have two focuses: providing organic food to those in need and educating the public on nature/climate change/sustainability. Signage could be around the park that helps inform visitors of Utah’s ecosystems and tips to help preserve them. -KaCee A. Weber As long as the 20million dollars isn't from tax payers I don't see a problem with a new water park. Use it to help the less fortunate Yes Definitely Not really. I'd prefer that the old site at the hot springs near Beck St. be renovated. Post COVID19! Yes. Yes. This park is in a neighborhood that needs somewhere for kids to go and have good safe fun. Lagoon costs too much money for many of the residents of this state and especially Salt Lake County and even more specifically the west side neighborhoods. I grew up playing there and my children have missed it so much. Doesn't matter, right? no Yes, but a free splash pad for kids Yes! I was a lifeguard there, and I hold the place dear to me. 100% Yes!! I do not want to see apartments going up there. this property needs to be used for some recreation facilities for the residents in this area. 99 Yes, I spent many summers at this water park and lived every minute. I would love to see it retired to its former glory. Yes. Anything less than restoring the water park will be a disappointment to many people. More effort should be put into finding a private partner to with with, or the city should consider a bond to finance restoration and let the people own the park, or perhaps some combination. Yes No Yea No; having a water park in the middle of a desert is ridiculous. Yes Yes Yes, our family would enjoy and use a water park facility. No No No No No Though I gave fond memories of the water park as a kid, I don't think a water park is the best use of the land (or water). I think a small water feature at a park (like Liberty Park) where people could cool off would be just as beneficial. Park space with restored habitats and river access. Yes, a large, well done water park is an incredible thing to have when you live in the desert in the summer. Not particularly, although if other residents felt strongly that they would like a water park, I wouldn’t oppose. No No more water park I would prefer it be used to celebrate Salt lake's incredible and creative arts industry! No. It depends. Salt Lake City doesn’t really have any good public pool options, so it would be nice to have a water park. That being said, this area is right next to the Jordan river trail, a hidden gem. It would be cool to incorporate the Jordan river and create a natural recreation area that supports a healthy Jordan river. It would be cool to have a beachy, swimmable body of water that complements the Jordan river. I think it needs to be something like that. Some place for kids and families to go and have fun and spend time together No No Not necessarily, a huge outdoor park with a splash pad would also be great. A water park would be as well. No. No Nope Yes Yes. I think a water park would be a good investment. The previous water park was old and un taken care of. Keep in mind it lasted almost 40years. A water park in this location is easily accessible for families living in the areas. It would be a close, easy accessible, fun thing for families in the area to do, and for families out of the area. No. A water park is unsustainable long-term. Build a giant outdoor roller rink instead. Yes, but cost is an issue so that's not practical. Yes Yes! No Yes Yes on the water park as long as it’s safe and admission fees are reasonable. No Yes Yes! I believe there should be more options of family entertainment on the west of the community. I feel if done correctly this can be a centerpiece of the community similar to Lagoon for Farmington. 100 Yes, or an attraction with water, like the Blackridge Reservoir in Herriman. https://www.herriman.org/city- departments/parks/blackridge-reservoir/ Yes, a nice water park in Salt Lake would be great! No. If it was built as maybe a county recreation pool or water park yes This was a greatly used water park and I believe the residents of SLC deserve a new water park. No, there is a idea floating around the facebook post of turning it into a bird sanctuary of some kind. Would a Tracy Aviary Extension be an outdoor pastime? How about a mixed use outdoor recreation park? Maybe one that I corporates whitewater kayak and paddleboarding into it as well. Bring together the the outdoorsy types with the city dwelling types. Pools that can be used for diving and swim meets as well? I have lots of childhood memories there and be a shame for it to be torn down and not have a water park put back salt lake City needs a water park Yes. Our city needs this for both economy and morale. Yes, our youth have been through so much this year. Something new and exciting could be just what we need to keep morale by having more activities to do. As well as a place for SLC youth to learn how to swim. No No. Yes, because it would be perfectly located between the water parks to the north of SLC (Lagoon & Cherry Hill) and those to the south (old seven peaks in Provo). I live two blocks away and am tired of driving past it every day, wishing I had a nearby place for fun swimming or floating in a lazy river. No No No No No Yes Love water parks. I loved this park growing up. Lots of birthday parties and memories here. I would love to be able to share that experience with my kids. No Yes I would prefer to restore the park as I believe that restoring it would be good for those who want some summertime relief! Yes Yes Water park is great! Absolutely this should be either restored or something new should be built! Raging waters was my birthday spot for 10 years. Such great childhood memories, and it’s a shame to let such a fun place in SLC wither away!! No, I believe the space available can provide the city with another great park. No. Yes No, water parks are super unsanitary. I live right down the road from here and wouldn’t want to deal with more cars on this road and people trying to park Yes, the water park was an integral part of the Glendale community and is a historic monument to many people. Yes YES! Sell it to COWABUNGA Bay company. They have a great one in Las Vegas. Win all the children and families here we need more places to recreate. Lagoon is almost as expensive as Disney per day and I think getting out in the summer is worth it. We travel to Cherry Hill inDavis County or South to Attraction in Utah County for fun. Salt Lake County and City has become a lame duck. The closed Hollywood Connection years back. We need more bowling allies, rolller and ice skating rinks, paint balling, laser tags, miniature golf, etc. sports parks and physical things to do with children and kids. No more splash pads. Yes- but also a regular park No, but I am not strongly opposed either. I think there are better recreational activities for an urban area. No Not personally, but yes if it were a beneficial community supported space Yes Bountiful or NorthSalt Lake No 101 No No No. No water! Gross, expensive and unnecessary. Skate park, bike paths, roller skate rink, ice skate rink, food truck area w public seating. No, there are plenty of Waterpark around the area. No I think we already have plenty of water parks No, I think it would be fun if the land could be utilized to allow players of both paintball and airsoft use the grounds and equipment as is to have a place to come and play team sports and come together as a community. No, I would prefer that structures be left largely as is, and the park be used for a paintball/airsoft arena, that could also double as a police training facility. The unusual urban landscape would lend itself very well to this use, and many people would be willing to pay to use those facilities. No I would love to have a new water park but who's to say that the same thing won't happen? I would not like it to be used as a water park. No water park but airsoft field Nope yes No No Yes No, I do not. The current climate will not go away anytime soon and the property should be used for something more efficient and resourceful to the community. No Yes I love the idea of keeping this land as a water park! It reminds me of my childhood. Good times No. I would prefer it to be green space, usable by and for the public at large. Yes! Yes. Salt Lake City is a great western city. Why should we not have a water park? Changing this area to something different would likely turn into the other city-managed open spaces along the Jordan River, which are neglected and regularly vandalized. The water park was one of the few good community places that the west side had for the summer. INVEST in the west side. If you don't, that land will turn into camping grounds for the homeless and a playground for drug users and truckers seeking a good time. Why not leverage community development funds for such a special place. To me, your wording is saying, "those on the west side are only worth $500 to $600,000". I can tell by the state of our open spaces that this is true. no Yes, the water park was wildly popular when it was in operation. People on the west side need something to do within walking distance, especially the kids. No, I'm a part of the Utah Airsoft facebook group and we think it would be better used as a field. I don’t care as long as it’s a safe place for the public good The second question below makes me think this question is a waste of my private time answering this question. which is it? it doesn't sound like the city is interested in maintaining, or creating an outdoor park if the funds used to acquire it restrict outdoor use of the property...so its a land grab plain and simple. What you do with it is on your dime. The waterpark was a lot of fun to go to, we had family season passes for 3 years till it started getting neglected, when it closed we bought lagoon-a-beach passes. It really needs a complete renovation to remain as a waterpark, It was already in bad disrepair for almost a decade, many of the neighborhood kids worked there as their first low paying jobs. Well there goes Glendale's waterpark, the city bought it with funds that restricted outdoor use, how convenient for the developer that comes in and saves the city from its ineptitude. No No I would like a water park or some other type of park or community space A partial water park would be fine, but ideally something that could be used in Fall and Winter like a mix of a traditional park/water park. I am open to a new water park. They are a blast! No it should be turned into a airsoft and paintball arena you would see a lot of people going there from all states Yes, slides are not needed. Just the pools and updates the landscaping. No, it should be used for an airsoft -and paintball field No. 102 No YES! This was such a great place for families. The salt lake valley does. Not have enough of these Cowabunga is small splash summit is fantastic but far. The slides and options at this park were the best. Needed to be managed and maintained better. We already have enough apartments and vacant office buildings No. It would not be cost effective. Build a mini-golf course there. With its proximity to Glendale Golf Course it would be a positive addition to the neighborhood. No no Yes. Draper has a skate park, dog park and splash pad all within walking distance of one another. Their splash pad is kind of small. You could have a playground too. Yes I would like a water park, but not neccesarily the large water slides. I think having a swimming pool/hotspring splash pad and other water features would be great, even the lazy river would be lovely. I don't care for the large slides from a liability standpoint and cost of maintenance and such, but the area and neighborhood needs somewhere for kids and adults to enjoy. Leave as is and open up the countries greatest Airsoft/paintball field. Would get visitors from around the country. Could also be used for military and police training when not open to the public for Airsoft and paintball. Maybe, but think turning this into an air soft arena would be really fun and different for the community. No I have another idea. We could use as a more central location for all airsoft hobbyists everywhere and have a new fuel to have fun on and get together. No it could work great for industrial space No Yes it would be nice to still have a water park in Salt Lake City. Yes Keep the wave pool. It can be retrofitted to a surf pool. People would pay to be able to surf in the middle of a desert. Demolish the rest of the park and turn it into a whitewater park. The best whitewater park is currently in North Carolina, the US National Whitewater Center (usnwc.org). Salt Lake is 3.5 hours from any good whitewater rafting/kayaking. We could create a park just as good as the one in NC, if not better. This would create the revenue needed to operate the facility as well as create a recreation hotspot in the middle of the valley. Not a pay-to-use park with slides, etc. ponds for kayaking, fishing, SUPing. See Quinn’s pond in Boise for a large version or highland Glen park down in Alpine, UT for a small version. Yes it would be nice to have more family friendly activities in the area. Yes. I would prefer some sort of outdoor pool complex. SLC doesn't have a nice kid-centered outdoor pool. It's a gap in our parks dept, especially when compared with suburbs like Cottonwood Heights and Bountiful. No Check out the blueprintjordanriver.org to see the blueprint survey results of over 8,000 people. People's recreation interests may be informative. -Cody Lutz, Envision Utah clutz@envisionutah.org No Maybe... I did enjoy the waterpark for several years... but it is seasonal so was only used for part of the year. I think I would prefer a more natural landscape there which could be used during most of the year. The location near the Jordan River should be taken advantage of. No. Seeing as Utah is the 2nd driest state and climate change will bring more drought seems like a foolish investment. Also as our deregulation and lack of public health education create struggles with crypto and other contamination in current pools. How about a natural park highlighting the river wildlife and fauna, you could include some splash and spray areas, fountain, a pond? Community garden and community gathering/town square area? Year round indoor/outdoor farmers market? An amphitheater? A skate park? Giant chess board? Shaded picnic areas? Solar and wind features? An all abilities playground? History of Glendale ties? Jordan river rafting? ps Please ask the people who live in the area and include them in planning and execution. No Yes. Supporting at risk youth in that neighborhood is a good idea No Yes! Raging Waters needs to come back! Yea 103 No. A water park is not as inclusive as a larger park with a water feature like a lake with smaller playgrounds for slides, splash pads, skating in the winter, etc. Look at what they've created in Daybreak and intend to create via the Daybreak water course. A larger water feature like a lake would be more inclusive and usable year round than a water park. Absolutely not. If water parks were a thing, it wouldn't have gone down hill. There are few, if any, local examples of thriving water parks. Yes, if they could make it affordable to go to it would be even nicer. Yes Maybe Yes. A well run water park would be a wonderful use of the space. Yes absolutely. Build low budget housing no yea No. No No, green spaces bike, walking ,running trails splash pad would be better that a water park that we can only use few months of the year because our state’s weather does not allow for year round No no. no Yes. Raging waters was my childhood. I went there for a 7th grade field trip. Yes No, there are better, more water efficient recreational activities that the space could be used for. No No Yes Indifferent No. There is a type in the survey question, it should be "were", not where. Yes Yes! Rebuilding the water park would be great for the community. Yes. No No No let’s make it a beautiful family-friendly riverside nature space No Yes please! Not a new water park but a huge splash pad Yes. I like it being a water park. mo Not really. The cost of just getting in keeps many people away. By the way, you have a typo in this question. I believe you mean "were" in the place of "where". Yes, but could also have a large splash pad/water feature. Yes!!!! No A park with a lack with paddle boats, lots of trees and picnic areas, a stage for performances where people could bring their own chairs, maybe a water fountain area for the kids to run through and cool down. Half as water park with a wave pool, the rest as park area with pavilions and picnic area. Fir the winter switch wave pool over to ice skating and/or outdoor market. Possibly. It could also have walking trails, a pond, climbing walls, skate board pits, an indoor pool like at Fairmont Park.... 104 Yes, I love water parks and have fond memories of them as a child Yes A combined water park and amusement center would allow for year round operation, rather than a seasonal one. It would also provide a chance to innovate with the latest rides and water attractions. The only way to move forward on a new park is to embrace a multi- faceted approach. We should build a premier bike park, similar to the recently built Snake Hollow Bike Park in St. George (https://www.sgcity. org/snakehollow/). Mountain biking is the fastest growing high school sport in Utah, and we need more places for kids on the west side to get together with friend and safely ride their bikes. The venue is also large enough to build some race tracks for events, parties, etc. No -- I would much prefer a nature park, which would be more ecologically friendly and provide green space for all residents to enjoy. Yes. No. Could be a mix of skate park, bike pump track, swimming pool and traditional park space. It would be a more versatile space with year round use possible. yes Yes No No. Utah is the second driest state in the nation, and droughts occur far too often to be using water to the degree a waterpark demands. Yes, depending on design and amenities offered Yes Yes I think that the site should be turned into a food truck park similar to those in Austin, Texas. It would be great to have a park, seating, restrooms and an area for food trucks to come. This would be a great addition to the neighborhood and a great community gathering place. Yes! Yes. It would be ideal if another water park was put in there so that families may continue to get together to create memories. Yes. However, I don’t think a water park is the only potential use of the space. I would champion spending closer to $5M and make it something spectacular that would boost the community and draw folks from all over the city. 100% - Do not replace the old raging waters with something that is not a water park. Make it better and tied to Utah culture. A mechanical surfing wave would be a great place to start. http://www.kswaveco.com/ Is a company I would include in this new park for sure! No Yes I would prefer it be turned into a different type of public place, maybe a park with water features like liberty park Yes yes It is time for something new, but I would like to suggest keeping the memories of the old park (Raging Waters) alive. How about an 18 hole miniature golf course with a water park park theme. A grill and or a restaurant with a Raging Waters museum might attract people from all over the valley. Variations on this idea are limitless and could be very profitable if done right. This would keep the Glendale flavour and history alive. It would also tie in nicely with the Glendale golf course connected on the south and west side of the water park. No. Other options allow for greater community use and enjoyment. Yes. But a brand new water park that everyone could enjoy. Yes. I would LOVE to see a new wave pool and water slides at this location. If the water slides aren't an option, a great wave pool, splash pad and community water area would be welcome and wonderful, perhaps something similar to Lagoon-A-Beach size and scope. There aren't any water parks in the SLC area and I think we desperately need something to cool the summer heat. I grew up at Wild Wave and love it! No I would like to see it be more of an action sports water park, and not a wave pool and slides type of place. No. We have serious water shortages in this state, and I don't support wasting it for this type of recreation. 105 No. With the proximity to the Jordan River Parkway, and the plans for that potentially becoming a trendy destination where community and tourists want to visit, the land should be a space that promotes activity and compliments the Parkway trail. I believe that a combination skatepark/bike pump track/outdoor workout zone would be the most cost-efficient use of the space while also being the most compatible with the area around it. Costs could be saved by re-using parts of the existing waterpark landscape, and if zoning allows, small cafes and shops could share the space to generate revenue. The area could keep the waterpark theme as an homage to its history, think waves at the skatepark, river runs for the bikes, Muscle Beach for the workout zone, etc. I know this wasn't the right place to share this comment but I missed the deadline for the reimagine nature survey. I hope that it can reach the right eyes. Yes Yes. There are no other water parks in the area. Maybe a different model that included some year round use including space for a food truck park or other food option. No. Yes, a new waterpark. I would prefer a new water park replace the old one. If the property remained in public hands. I would also like the idea of selling the land to a private party, in order to construct a golf course or other large venue. Yes, 100% support for the land being used as a water park. yes I'd rather see it turned into something more accessible that won't require large amounts of money to continually maintain. Yes No No Yes. I would like to see the water park replaced with another water park. water park that includes more than just slides and a wave pool-ie., skate park, climbing wall, etc. Incorporate the structure as part of the Jordan River. By this I mean learning opportunities for the community as to what a great resource the Jordan River could be with the support of the State gov. and local leaders. No. Our country needs to focus on physical fitness and healthy living. We are obese. Yes A different kind perhaps. Less of the thrill factor. More capacity to be in and next to the water, including natural water like streams and ponds. Yes. Also, it’s /were/ not /where/. This is important for a government survey. I’ve been working on the /wh/ sound with my kindergartener. That would be acceptable, but I'd rather see a mountain bike park. Like trailside outside Park City. Please refurbish existing or build a new water park even better than the old one! An estimate of up to $600k sounds like a deal to me. Yes, or some kind of water feature. Of course, any new development needs to be taken in context of covid. Yes Yes, build the wave pool bigger and the water park bigger! We have more people living here and it needs to be more grandeur and fancier then what it used to be. No - something that benefits people of all ages: green space with nature trails, bike trails, palyground No I would prefer part of it to be a water park but also have the land include other recreation opportunities such as a place to roller skate, bike ride, skate, etc. No, water will become more and more scarce and we need to find ways to manage the park for the future, conserving water, instead of looking to the past. With its proximity to the Jordan River the future plans for this park need to be in coordination with the River planning commission to rehabilitate the waterway and increase natural areas in the city. A water park. See Volcano Bay, Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach in Orlando. no No. No I think another water park would be good for the community in that area it was a cultural part of the community and a good part of the history. I also think that another attraction could be very interesting. A large miniature golf course along with other attractions like go-carting and a community pool would all be fun attractions that would promote outdoor activities with family and friends. It seems like a great area as well for farmers markets, cornhole/horseshoe and food trucks that would promote local business. No. No water park! We need a water park! 106 Yes No. Make it a city park / green space and maybe include a skate park. Something similar to what is at Daybreak Yes. No Yes. I worked there in the early 90's. Any use should however should include increased video surveillance. The current state of things evidence of why that is needed. Thinking in 3 dimensions I would love to see a secured, year round usable, underground kind of water park... maybe themed like the movie Goonies.. with the open, above ground space like any other public access city park- maybe a single direction bike riding track with hills, dips, twists and turns making it's way over the top of the underground parking lot. The more grass and foliage we point to the sun, with our asphalt hidden, the better for our valley microclimate and climate warming problems. No. Maybe a splash pad feature but not a water park. No Another water park yes. I would be in favor of it being renovated to a new water park again. I would put a cap on how many people can enter the park so lines arent so long and the wave pool doesn't feel like the Titanic just went down. I have great memories of raging waters as a kid and even with my wife about ten years ago, and I'd like to share those memories with my kids now. Hopefully Covid is gone by the time a new park would be built! Yes, a new and better water park would be awesome. No No turn it into the coolest skatepark I'm the world is such an easy solution. Talk to the woodward guys. You can make it so old slides can stay as features, obviously you would have to retro fit them but it wouldn't be too hard. Plus there is an inherent liability assumed from skateboarding so legally speaking you're probably better off to call it a skate park. Yes No No No No. This location is not a great one for families and expensive equipment. Too much crime in the area. Yes No I would not want another water park there no sure This has a typo - should be "were" not "where". Yes, keep it a water park or some kind of recreation facility. No. The park’s location along the Jordan river trail make it a good hub for an East-West multi-use trail connector, along with a regional park with amenities for dogs, pedestrians, and bikes. No. A swimming pool, wading pool, and ice skating rink wound serve more people and improve health. unsure Yes. No Yes No. It's a total waste of money and resources especially post Covid-19. No, water parks are gross and our swimming season is short No no Yes No. I believe a water park is not environmentally sustainable and useful for the community, especially when we experience weather not conducive towards swimming for nearly the majority of the year (Sept-May). Attendance to a water park is also costly, which is not inclusive and may exclude many of the residents who live in the nearby community/neighborhood. Parking for this area is also atrocious. When Ragin' Waters/Seven Peaks was in operation, a lot of overflow parking went into the community and congested the streets. It is not an equitable investment for the city, especially in light of the land needing to be "public." A water park would be great (if costs were not an issue), especially if priced affordably for nearby residents. Yes. One that is safe and accessible to all. 107 yes, I can remember when i was kids and went to Raging waters as a kid. This should be saved at all cost for the entertainment of kids and adults!!! No. Let's house the homeless. No Yes, the Salt Lake Valley needs quality outdoor water attractions. You could divide the park area up for different seasonal offerings. Yes- we need a water park like this outside of the high prices of lagoon. It would be nice for the community but not necessary. A water park or a new public pool with diving boards and a shallow entry for kids would be nice! Maybe an outdoor ice skating rink for winter. No. Build a tiny little Temple surrounded by Green Space. Instead of the boring White, PAINT IT BLACK! Learn how to spell. It's "WERE not an issue", not "where not an issue". Where'd you go to school? Granite School District? No, the season is too short and there are community pools that many people use now. I think year round use of the land would be most beneficial. Yes yes Yes or a park with lots of trees Yes I think a new water park should be built that is better and safer than what is already there. I think a new fresh set of eyes could create a waterpark that would enjoyed more than the previous. Tubes should be free and included in the cost of the park. We have plenty of condos and apartments being currently built we need a new waterpark. Please do not sell the land to a realistate developer. We should not have to travel to Layton (Lagoon) , Draper (Cowabunga) and Provo (Seven Peaks) which are always too crowded to enjoy. no No. The city shouldn't be in the water park business. The water park should be removed. Make the land part of the the Jordan Parkway or sell it to someone else to develop. no Yes, I think a water park is needed. It’s a historic location to have a water park. No. Yes. Yes Yes a new park would be nice Yes, some sort of water park or splash pad. This should be a yes or no question. YES No No No YES! The west side needs a quality attraction like this when properly maintained! It would also be a central location for something that might be harder due to farther commutes. Salt Lake City itself does not have anything like this and it would be nice for residents to no have to drive at least 45 min for a water park. Yes we need fun attractions on this side of salt lake yes--there are no water parks for several miles and it was a great destination for the west side of the city No yes Absolutely YES! Yes, that’s a historic water park where hundreds of thousands of families have spent their summers and created wonderful memories. No No Yes No 108 No because it would bring more tourists and up the revenue of certain properties making it less affordable for our lower income community that resides there. maybe. no Yes No, I would prefer the land be converted to green space for the enjoyment of the entire community. No, because that is still not realistic given the costs and the higher value of that land currently. No I would love to see an Equestrian Park! No I would not prefer a water park no No- a regular park would be preferable Yes, let's build something that rocks! It would be nice to see an INDOORS Water park like those found in Wisconsin. This would make the park more useful and more family year round fun No, we do not need a water park. Instead the city would benefit from a green space, dog park, playground, community garden, or other city space. Not necessarily. I think the location makes it an ideal place to create a Jordan River Service Center for recreation boating on the Jordan River. The water trail through Salt Lake is especially scenic and the concrete ramp by the water park is the best river access point on the river. In addition to a service center/c-store for trail users I value the property as open space. Take advantage of what you have and add to it. The one thing that people in salt lake love to do is drive to southern Utah and I joy the red rock desert and all things that come with it like waterfalls , lakes , rivers, cliffs, and the flora. Build a desert oasis with Joshua trees, soap trees, Texas yuccas, desert willows all of which will grow here. I know this because I’ve been growing them in my yard for 20 years. Bring St George to salt lake. Bring in food courts.Use the Jordan River to float thru the desert oasis. So many amazing things could be done. Yes Yes No Yes I would love the water park to come back. I grew up with the water park and I miss it so much. I would love to see it become a water park again. It was my favorite place to hang out. no, but the site should benefit the nearby community Not really - I think it would be more beneficial to the community to turn it into outdoor space conducive to groups getting together 6’ apart (and closer for the future). A new water park seems likely to only appeal to a small portion of people. Yes. A water park will attract people from all over the region, and that may be a boost to the economic vitality of the neighborhood. A skatepark No. I think it should be something new Yes No. Not unless it was a water park for human enjoyment (such as swimming) that also created riparian habitat, promoted water infiltration into the area, etc. No Yes. I grew up going to that water park and I'd love to be able to take my kids there in the future as well. No It would be fun if this area could be used as an adult water park with some type of luxury pool bar. OR if for family use, a surfing pool with waves would be really fun kind of like the surf business in Provo. No I loved the water park - and feel like was a resource that would continue to be used if the funds were available. I personally never want to spend the money to go to Lagoon, and missed it the past few years. I would however be very excited to see the space developed into a mixed-use gathering area. The idea of using part of this space for a new bike park has me very excited. I would like it to repurposed as community space. Not developed by a corporation. *were We do not need a water park. instead give the money to recreation centers and youth programs in the area No. how about a parking area for people who live in their cars. There would be bathroom facilities, a security/police presence. Also park facilities and dog park. Yes. A water park was unique and uncommon in that part of the valley. Properly done, it could really be used as a positive catalyst for the Glendale area. No. 109 Nope- let's restore some wildlife habitat! Perhaps throw a conservation easement on it! No No Yes, a giant wave pool for surfers and family’s wading. No Maybe a public pool but not a water park. Plenty of room for other things though, like a mtn bike park and multiuse sports courts. Can also be used for roller skating which is quickly gaining popularity. No. A park with a small splash pad/pool would be so much better. No No!! No No Yes Yes. We need one for residents here in the SL area. If we can have something like the Kearns Center, with an outdoor pool. That would be more practical for us. No No preference I'd love to see this used for something with a water theme. River access, maybe just one water slide?, gardens that feature / demonstrate solar-powered evaporative cooling "water gardens"? No, it obviously is not sustainable, othherwise it would still be a water park. No No absolutely not! Only if there is reasonable support that revenue can be made from a water park. Meaning if it is built to be an attractive and appealing destination. Not some low budget park just to keep it as a park. no A water park or a regular park/green space. Please no more apartments or cookie cutter retail space. Water park is fine, but it would also be good to have other ecologically conscious/educational outdoor entertainment included as part of the new plan. Suggestions for expanding what is offered: - Nature center with local vegetation - Educational tools to learn about the nature center - Trails for walkers and bikers on - An out-door water park component (that is not heavily chlorinated) - If room permits, a leash-free pet area. - An area to recycle waste Pls avoid leasing space out to private eateries/junk food chains - amongst other things this will only serve to increase the litter in the park. No Yes, I love water parks! nope No No Prefer a multi use green park with a few water features Yes, but ONLY if prices were affordable for everyone. It'd be unethical to use tax dollars to pay for it, then charge $20 per person. This would leave it unaccessible to most Utah residents. Yes! I would much prefer an accessible water feature in the urban area of the west side of slc. A Bike park? An amphitheater? Beach volleyball! Not neccisarily, but a great outdoor recreational facility. yes, if costs are no issue and extra burden to tax payer. Yes no If land could be used for a more all year around activities that would be awesome Yes It was fun having a water park close that was affordable. Lagoon is expensive. 110 Yes Yes Although water parks are fun, they have a limited season. Maybe a pool and water park area with a retractable roof that could be open in warm weather? It seems our Eastside SLC has Fairmont, Steiner, Liberty Park and Northwest is the only Westside facility. Glendale should have recreation opportunities too! Great location along the Jordan River bikeway that can be incorporated in the plan. No Yes but with a more extreme sports in mind. Think jelly slaters wave pool for surfing and a wakeboarding park yes No. I would like to see it as a homeless campus. It could include medical, mental health employment and self care services, tiny homes, tents and green space This could be such a help to the homeless and a very creative use of space. No. A waterpark 50 percent smaller in size with a heavy lazy river emphasis to encourage calm and reflective family fun and splash AWAY from Jordan River actual. Slice off the eastern third to half of the park and let it be protected riverlands in the heart of Glendale Gardens, Salt Lake, Utah^__^ that is my thoughts; thank you. I am moving back to Utah from Oregon in May 2021. I am excited to continue this conversation upon my settling in^__^ Yes Yes Yes I want that water park to be restored and use it for family water park like raging water how they runned before. No Yes Not particularly. Water parks have always struck me as a public health hazard—germs, chemicals, biohazards, not to mention injuries and drowning. Now with a pandemic it seems even more ill advised. Don’t get me wrong—I LOVE waterslides and swimming. There are just so few facilities that are well maintained. Do it right and maintain it to the highest standards or don’t do it at all. No Affordable housing. Most definitely. I think a water park is a memorable experience for children and a wonderful place for the safe and accessible gathering of friends and family. I believe that recreating it would be preferred, however with the costs associated maybe there is a better use of the money being dispersed through a multitude of recreational properties. However, a sized down version of a water- type recreation would be interesting (like a innovative splash pad park) alongside a skatepark and maybe even a BMX park or an adventure park of some sort that would allow for healthy recreation, community gathering, and team/social building amongst children and adults alike. Yes No No. consider Community First! Village in Austin, TX. No. Please use this land for something everyone may enjoy. No need for a water park when we need affordable housing. No No Yes, maybe a different type of water park. Like a walking park with lots of fountains. Yes! A Waterpark this is safe would be ideal Yes As a park, with splash park for kids. It is difficult to say at this point in the midst of a pandemic. I think perhaps the best use would be tear down the water park and just replace it as a park space with tables playgoers equipment and the like. I think the day of water parks has left. 111 Federal funds used to acquire the park restrict the use to outdoor recreation. In one or two words, please tell us your favorite outdoor pastime. Mountain biking Swimming Pickle ball, Tennis, Bocce, Horseshoes I think the city should partner with the Salt Lake City School District to envision how they might build a high school on this property that serves the Glendale and Poplar Grove communities, utilizing much of the space for athletics, outdoor recreation programming and a school-community garden. Much could be done to use this land to make long overdue investments in Salt Lake City's Westside communities. Please don't build another attraction on this property that most of our families lack the financial resources to enjoy. I love going to that park with my family. I love taking walks and riding my bike. We also love to have family picnics and barbecues and since we do not have a yard at home, a park with barbecue grills or fire pits would be awesome! Camping Frisbee golf, pickle ball, basketball, splash pads hiking Pickleball The slides also the waves Walking giant slide Running Walking/Biking tennis courts, quality basketball courts Rafting and mountain biking Hiking, photography. swimming Right now I am teaching at an outdoor preschool and we go to local parks/canyons/outdoor rec areas to play. I think a park with some more natural playground type things would be amazing. Skiing and trail running. Birding. Biking. Dog park, softball/athletic fields Hiking Running, swimming, tennis and hiking Water skiing Walking, biking walking and cycling Walking, biking, hiking, tennis, gardening. Hiking cycling You can still include some form of water park, maybe a kayak park?! Mountain bike park, pump track, and/or hard and soft-surface trails for hiking, walking, biking. Maybe an outdoor climbing facility or bouldering area (a park in Columbus, Ohio has a built outdoor wall: https://www.metroparks.net/parks-and-trails/scioto- audubon/). Maybe Salt Lake Climbers Alliance can assist? It would provide west-siders an opportunity to learn how to climb without the need to access the Wasatch. Hiking, soccer, ultimate frisbee, playgroups Biking Baseball / softball complex dog walking Sun bathing. swimming I love good parks that are safe and provide parents easy visibility to the whole park. It is also nice when their are places for parents to sit and work while their kids play. Hiking, but really any green space would be nice. 112 camping and hiking Baseball Walking and jogging through nature pathways with my family. mountain biking, skiing Cycling, running, walking. cross county skiing Pickleball. Walking dogs Running and walking with my dog Bike trail riding Biking Swimming and Hiking Pickleball Yeah Wildlife park or wilderness area of some sort.. Maybe a dual use wildlife and wetland to help offset the loss caused by the inland port. Dark park for astronomy centric uses. Golf Park playground, outside museum Golf Tennis Hiking, hammocking, basketball, etc Beaches, water parks, family centric activities that are OPEN ON SUNDAY. The old water park operated with both models, and being closed on Sunday is ridiculous especially when it is next door to a golf course that is open. walking in a tree covered area Swimming, biking Walking, picnicing Walking and hiking. Wildlife watching. Biking, nature walks. Golf - but there's already a golf course next door. Running/Walking/Hiking - Maybe it could be a multi-use park like Liberty Park or Sugar House park. Keep some sort of swimming facility, but also tie into the Jordan River. Walking, bird watching. Walking/biking I really enjoy hiking, shooting, biking and camping. Realistically, Utah is already overflowing with areas in which I can do all four. I'd love the idea of a water park maintained by the city/state Scuba diving Nature journaling. Hiking. Birdwatching Hiking and exploring nature. Water parks! horse back riding Swimming and walking. Anything away from a desk and outside is welcome. Hiking and biking Fishing Hiking, walking. Open space Walking I like to walk or exercise or meet friends in the parks. I like to golf and I really like Glendale Golf course, too; but that's not for kids and kids need safe, outdoor, no cost opportunities. Disc Golf Team use of athletic fields. 113 biking and hiking Picnic Hiking. Walking the dog. Cycling and walking Spikeball, volleyball, frisbee. golf Running & hiking. Biking, rock climbing parks, play areas, off leash dog parks, walking paths Sand vball! Paddle Boarding. Hiking, biking Gardening, hiking My nephew and I love exploring the international peace gardens and playing along the river. I also enjoy hiking and appreciating wildlife. With your budget suggestion. $600,000? Skate Park? Multi-use park with walking paths and playground. Gardening/yard work & hiking Hiking, playing on the grass with my children. Riding my bike. Avoiding downtown Hiking through urban park with trails surrounded by trees. walking, nature-watching Fishing. Family friendly park. Rollerblading, swimming, playing basketball, tennis, and pickleball. Walking in nature Big-game hunting Walking/hiking. tennis. It would be great if the City could create a tennis center like the one on Wasatch Blvd for residents on the west side. I enjoy hiking and bird-watching. Water! Maybe a summer water park with skateboard ramps and winter sports opportunities too (snow board ramps, sledding hill warming stations, bathrooms, etc). Fishing, gardens, skateboarding, frisbee-golf, tennis. Watching Nature thrive in its natural habitat without risk from humans. Bike Ride Swimming Walking and picnicking in a park with trees / gardens. I'm unaware of any outdoor public swimming pools in SLC -- I think that could be a great alternative to a waterpark. Pickleball Watching Nature in its undisturbed habitat. growing food softball, tennis, and pickleball Water and rides walking, running Walking, running, and playing Ultimate Frisbee in parks, biking and hiking. Walking it should be turned into a park with walking/running/biking trails An outdoor music and performing arts venue that is incorporated into the Jordan River Trail system. 114 Walking/hiking; biking walking and observing/interacting with natural areas Family activities Hiking Skate and sockerfield walking Off roading Skiing, with cycling a close second. I want to see a sense park. Not open green space, but trees and excessive shade. Maybe local foliage Hiking, swimming Cycling hiking parks racketball tennis Soccer, dog walking Hiking Build low income housing for chronically homeless, handicapped people. Biking and Swimming are my favorite outdoor past times. But I also love kayaking and just going for a nice walk. Hiking, biking Cycling A nature park where people can ride bikes or walk would be nice. With birds and art. Also, heated pools similar to a hot spring would be great if the land is used for a water park. Water parks. Sand volleyball courts. Do your job and keep things as they are supposed to be. Regular swimming pool Swimming Roller blading Climbing walls and playgrounds. A place that focuses on child development and physical activity while promoting ecology Hiking Skiing, snowboarding, hiking. Not very helpful for this space. Walking, running Walking outdoors with my dogs in natural areas where there is water they can cool off in. Nature trails with ponds and large shade trees would be ideal swimming and spend time with my dog Hiking A park like Liberty Park or Sugar House. They have things for all. Swimming, hiking, and camping. Skateboarding and team sports Bicycling Walking the dogs around a park. BMX and Frisbee golf water play and biking Mountain biking / hiking / bird watching / tree hugging. Biking is exploding and there are not enough places to ride. A well designed trail / hiking outdoor park environment would benefit many groups and provide healthy activities. Walking Walking, hiking, bike riding. Swimming, bicycling, kayaking, hiking and skiing Water Park is the best option. And not a lame one like Cowabunga Bay. Raging Waters was a childhood favorite, and it's heartbreaking to see what has happened to it. 115 Running. Fields, hiking, walking loop and trails If out door recreation is not a viable or best use then go back to the Federal Funding Agency, explain the change of circumstances and ask for reduced restrictions. Retain a land planner for advice, the best use and a rough site plan. Otherwise, you are in a difficult position because it’s hard to make money from urban outdoor recreation. RV Camping I would rather it use for a swimming pool Tennis courts basketball courts running track Golf Tennis The space needs to kept open - no developments like high rise apartments. However the space cannot become another Pioneer Park. Perhaps put a fence around it and charge a very very small fee ($1) to keep our nefarious people but low enough that lower SES families can access the park. Use the fee to staff a guard at the entrance gate to watch who comes and goes. Hiking, baseball. Going to park with water features (Liberty, Sugarhouse) Birding Nature walks bike riding Baseball Water parks I think a large park with soccer or fields of some sort. I love baseball/softball. Target shooting Walking hiking swimming biking Running Walking/running, sitting. Fly Fishing walking Open space Lazing around Dogs, bikes! hiking Turn it into a natural resource. Rock climbing Walking, running, pickle ball Bocce ball Running but the park is too small for that. I'd love a place my daughter could roller skate (lots of flat paved areas) or where kids could learn how to ride their bikes (again, flat and smooth) Rollercoasters!!! Mountain biking Swimming Swimming, walking corn mazes in the fall, farmers markets, fishing, playing at the park, petting zoo. Gardens and dog walks Skiing & Fishing but that is not what I want to see there. It is a perfect place for a BMX pump track and/or a huge skate park. I'm a 55 year old guy who doesn't do either of them but please do it for the kids. Or, go big with a velodrome walking, volleyball Shady walks My favorite outdoor pastime in this setting would be an inviting space to walk around, hang out and study, possible skateboard or bike, a friendly space for dogs especially an off leash area. Considering the pandemic, it would be extremely beneficial to have more outdoor community spaces. I would be curious what a outdoor/more pandemic friendly community space might look like including food, recreation, and social areas. Drinking beer 116 Walking, biking,picnicking Dog walking trails Golf/Mini golf baseball/softball Walking, swimming, kayaking. Walk dogs BMX bicycling Viewing art Hiking / walking along a paved path. Fishing boating Hiking and skiing Walking in beautifully landscaped spaces Walking, Cycling Large open space with beautiful natural and man made scenery Frisbee golf Mountain biking, climbing Just walking and being in nature. A park would be a great use if that space! Water park or family fun center with mini golf, go carts. Rowing Biking and playground Biking Fishing Should be low maintenance activities for all ages: Walking paths, disk golf, playground Running and volleyball swimming, hiking Mountain biking hiking and walking For this spot a water park! Aviary Walking the dog. Splash pad, outdoor amphitheater walking with my dog Climbing, hiking. I very much enjoyed the park when it was known as raging waters. The wave pool was fun as a group or to try touching the bottom. Then the dark enclosed slide was like disappearing into a pit to re-emerge into a pool and the really tall slides wherein you felt gravity practically cease as you slightly free fell only to experience some g- forces as the slide leveled out and shot you skipping like a stone across the landing zone. Frisbee golf or walking. Golf, cycling, and walking Bike park Something multi-seasonal Hiking. Canoeing. Fishing. Water parks and amusement parks pickleball, tennis, biking I would love to see the stretch of the Jordan River from 1700 S to the Fairpark cleaned and maintained for kayaking. I enjoy putting in at the boat entry in the parking lot of the old waterpark, but the water quality and state of the embankments is frequently poor. With the waterpark area itself, it would be amazing to do a dam-and-divert plan for the river to create a whitewater park for paddling in the area (like what was created on the river in Columbus, Georgia). Swimming Safe Activities Bicycling, but that doesn't have anything to do with this other than being visible from the Jordan River Parkway. Botanical garden walk Lounging. Skate park and tennis courts Water skiing We live in a desert! An oasis is important! Maybe Part could be a splash pad current use Kayaking. Surfing. Hiking Walking in parks Dog walking 117 Hiking, kayaking Community engagement GOLF. Walking I would make this into a park with basketball courts, a skate park and lots of green space and maybe a pond. Salt Lake City needs more options for INDOOR recreation in the long winter months when there is poor air quality. I would love to have access to an indoor recreation complex with running track. Indoor cycling/biking/skating tracks would be fantastic. An indoor water park would be great. Make the roof retractable so it can be considered "outdoor" to satisfy the restriction. SLC also needs more indoor fields for soccer/lacrosse,etc. Other idea: SLC needs more tennis/pickleball/racquetball/futsal courts. Could make it a park with a variety of outdoor recreation options. Running Walking in an outdoor area like Liberty Park. Make sure that maintenance is in the budget. Skate park or bike park with picnic space. Water park. Hiking in the mountains Swimming! Lots of people from the neighborhood, from young moms to old women and men from the neighborhood used to go meet and swim together in the wave pool and it was a great way to come together. I took my son after work/daycare many days all summer when he was in elementary and middle school and it was a great family connection place. Maybe we can build a state of the art indoor/outdoor swimming and health center and tie it into the canoe launch for the river as well? I'm so mad the city let the water park go to the group from Provo that had it closed on Sundays (one of the busiest/most profitable days) and let the park go. It was a great asset in the neighborhood until that point, and now it's obviously a huge problem. It would be painful to see it turn into just another park (I love parks! But really. Raging Waters was special.) Also, many of us from Glendale now drive up to the pool at Steiner near the U or Cottonwood Heights to swim outside. BMX biking Fire pits, splash pads, hiking trail with land marks, or a nice park. Waterpark!! Walking Just being outside with friends and family; hiking. Favorite outdoor activity is a combination of nature walk and bird watching Hiking, walking my dog, picnics Walking in a park with lots of trees on a wood chips footpath around a lake. Biking Family gathering areas, picnics, etc Splash pads for youngsters Ninja courses Bike riding, hiking Nature walks Walking boardwalks or through protected areas to see birds & wildlife & nature. I also like botanical & wild gardens & other preserves. walking or biking water Walking in nature Off leash dog park :) Picnics, family gatherings. I don't have one, unfortunately. Biking. Playground, nature walks Kayaking on the Jordan River; Bicycling on the Jordan River Parkway Trail; hiking our local mountain trails. Kayaking and canoeing Court sports Camping mountain biking Walking with the dogs, hiking, biking, or handing out in a beautiful park. I was actually hoping the land could be used for a grocery store and some retail shops. I live down the street from this eyesore. We have no decent grocery store in the area. I am not really into propping up corporate America but other than hook and ladder, we have nowhere to grocery shop or dine in this neighborhood. This is sorely needed. If not on 17th, then please find us a place for a decent grocery store. Paddle boarding with my dog Frisbee golf & mountain biking. Skiing Hammocking! rock climbing Hiking Walking/hiking and gardening Swimming, visiting historic locations Picnics, hiking, biking, what about a skate park? That way kids don’t have to roam neighborhoods looking for ruptured sidewalks to conquer via a skateboard. Biking, hiking, picnic. glad it can be recreation. Plant lots of trees, we need shade. We could just have a normal swimming pool. Bicycling and skiing 118 Gardening, especially with native plants, Hiking and exploring. Biking. Inline skating. Viewing nature. Hiking Hiking and shade Walk explore Picnics, bike and walking paths Canoeing, camping Golfing It would be nice to have some firepits. I love to sit around an open fire and roast marshmallows and tell stories. I like to go hiking and walking. So, maybe some walking trails, etc. Skating, mountain biking Farmers markers, outdoor concerts with beer gardens Hiking with friends Biking, geocaching Swim Running Ice Hockey Hiking, play grounds, and splash pads with my kids. green space suitable for walking, dog park use, with trees and paths. golf Walking, bike riding Biking Walking in a park. Mixed use park like riverside. Gentle hikes and on-leash dog walking. Canoeing/kayaking. Outdoor dining. Meeting friends. Picnics. People watching. Picking up trash and needles left by homeless people. A small seasonal petting zoo would be kind of neat—a few goats, bunnies, sheep, small pigs. Maybe a seasonal small train just for kids. Or even a G-scale model railroad. These things worked very well for a public park in Englewood, Colorado. Make it family friendly—and I have no kids and I want that! Would be good to have a stream or creek. No dog park, please. Most SLC dog parks are awful except the one near 300 N Redwood Road. Nature walks, taking my children to a playground. Hiking, Biking bicycle park Walking, biking. Hiking rock climbing Open space, park, NO golf course. I'm sick of tax dollars supporting the recreation of a small minority of the populace. Outdoor amphitheater; interactive exhibits; small scale amusement park. Walking under big trees Walking Hiking Recreation out in the nature Hiking and bicycling Mountain biking Picnics and swimming Urban gardening I think a big children’s playground would be good. Something with climbing things plenty of slides, swings and a splash pad. Hiking and birding Hiking and running Picnics, running, walking, playground for kids. Walking and biking Hiking, Trail Running, Rock Climbing Hiking, tennis Cycling Splash pad or pickleball courts pickle ball tennis soccer baseball Walking in a natural and quiet environment. walking gardens dogs 119 pristine nature that supports water conservation and habitat- not man-made attractions Being outdoors--preferably in a semi-wild space. Think Redwood Nature preserve, not peace gardens... Walking or hiking. Hiking and biking Cycling, Hiking, Park Gatherings, Community Gardening, Golf Forest exploring Walking Golf. Frisbee golf Walking and bike riding General park with soccer fields, walking paths, playground, dog park etc. Just a very nice park Time in beautiful space. Outdoor garden. Hiking Swimming, running on park trails Walking and golfing Ski Snowboard Make it a year round indoor snow and outdoor dryslope (making use of the roof areas). Makes money year round and can be cleaned fairly easily. My favorite outdoor activities include hiking and climbing in the mountains, but for a spot like where the water park is located I would love to have a disc golf course, an outdoor pool with surrounding gardens, or a nature reserve. Hiking, dog park Trail running Ski/canoe Skate park, splash pad Cycling That's suitable for Glendale? Canoeing. On the Jordan river. Don't really think a BMX park or another scenic park where you can picnic or play soccer or whatever is really the best we can do with this. Skateboarding. The addition land should be used for a new and much-needed skate park. Swimming, biking, walking. Just being outside Frisbee golf. Hiking Bird watching Splash Pad Cycling, hiking Bike polo Biking, running Water park, skate park. ice skating, kayaking, biking, fishing, walking Playing tennis Lazy River biking , swimming Playing in a well shaded playground Walking and picnicking in a garden/park setting Fishing, kayaking, biking, boating Lap swimming rock climbing and gardening Oh, Like federal regulations can't be challenged. I have little faith in federal regulations right now. How exactly is a a water park NOT outdoor recreation. Definitions change. Maybe call it SPORTING recreation. Miniature GOLF, BASEBALL batting practice Frisbee, rollerblading Running, biking hunting Nothing that could be put there. Tennis Fishing Golf Bicycle and Skate Board Park with Jordan River Parkway connection with refreshments and snacks for walkers and bikers on the parkway. Animal watching & smelling pine trees Gardening, arboretum, Food Forest. Swimming at the public pool as a kid was the only thing I could afford to do on regular basis. SLC has enough trails and walking/hiking places and not much in the way of pools or water recreation. Dog park Community vegetable gardens and orchards, with greenhouses and free classes. 120 Dog park. Tennis. Walking paths. I submitted this survey already but wanted to add more. You should put something like Wheeler Farm there with animals too. Community chickens and eggs. Green space Swimming Bike and walking nature trails. Creating a green space that is adventurous, beautiful, and green. Cycling, swimming, hiking, lake canoeing/kayaking Swimming at a lake or having a pic nic near a body of water Bicycling. hiking and exploring Running Jogging/biking Swimming and kayaking Hiking and road cycling Hiking Bicycling and running Hiking, walking Work with Utah State Wildlife to make a nature park and an urban fishery for the youth to have recreation the Canal next to it could provide water for ponds. Nature Riding my horse I don't have outdoor pastime issues, but it seems that something with trees and pavilions would be a better use, given the need for outdoor gathering spaces for families. In my opinion, it would also be a good idea to have a community fireworks area rather than having fireworks in neighborhoods. Walking and birdwatching Riding bikes! Swimming and biking Hiking, skiing, and mountain biking. Mountain Sports Turn it into a park pool community center. I personally love to walk and bike ride. But there are many for whom this park was a joyful outing and a fun place to play and have fun with friends and family. 1) Eminent domain the land, locate and charge the former owner for all demolition, restoration costs, and back-due taxes, and restore the land to its original riparian state. Or, 2) Refuse federal funds and sell the land to a developer for low- and moderate cost housing, a homeless service center including a medical/mental health facility, and shopping center with a grocery store. Require the developer to forfeit the land and improvements if the property is not maintained to current standards and require the developer to pay sufficient tax surcharge to compensate for the impact on City services. . Soccer hiking in nature trails Indoor or outdoor climbing. Mountain bike course. Playgrounds and splash pads for the kids walking Stupid question. Really, one or two words? Also my favorite outdoor recreation may not make sense for the space we're talking about (hiking and camping). Playing with my dog, swimming. Ice skating Fishing and camping Make it into a wetland habitat area, with a boardwalk for birdwatching. I swim, bike and run. I walk my dog, too. Not that I want this above other popular options, but why not have a running trail around the perimeter and a olympic lap pool (that can be for playing, too) and a velodrome on the inside? It could be a perfect place for triathletes to practice! Or something like the Draper Cycle Park, where there are hills to jump bikes off of? It would be so nice to have something like that on the west side. The 1700 South location is easily accessible from the east side of Salt lake, and a perfect location for something like that. I think it would be well used. I have family in the corner canyon area that are on the mountain biking team (high school), and wouldn't it be so nice if the west side had a legit place to practice so they could have their own team? Draper park cost = $10 million. In the meantime, after it was cleaned up maybe it could be a huuuuge off leash dog park - parts of it could be fenced off until the full development was done. mountain biking, rock climbing, hiking, soccer Hiking Cycling is at the top of our list....and with this land in such close proximity to the Jordan River Trail, it would be amazing to have another park at which to stop, picnic and enjoy the mountain views. We golf frequently at Glendale, and quite frankly, the view of that water park from the golf course is horrifying. Swimming Hiking, playing Swimming pools Biking Sports Relaxing Hiking and walking, bike riding. 121 Birding I think a park would be nice. Plenty of trees, playground, dog park, soccer field, basketball court, pickleball and a community garden would be something that I think would add to the neighborhood. Maybe a nice cafe or coffee shop with a patio. General open space with multi-use sports fields. Hiking, biking. Hiking and skiing Sightseeing The dog parks Cleaning up homeless camps, reducing theft, improving the lot of the less fortunate. Enjoying green space with family and friends Hiking, skiing, tennis, pickle ball, baseball Swimming mountain biking. walking Hiking Walking in nature... Pickle ball. Cycling. Hiking. Hiking In open space a public park. Running/biking/dog Mountain biking I love just having a peaceful place to rest and relax outdoors. Something for families to enjoy. Baseball fields, great play ground equipment A city park in this location would be wonderful. Running trails, a dog park, picnic tables... A public space with trees and pavillions. Maybe a splash pad and playground area. hiking and riding bikes Going to Raging Waters as a child with my Mom and taking my kids to Seven Peaks as a parent Hiking, gardening Outdoor recreation to enjoy the peace and quiet of nature Alpine skiing Nature walks with my dog and family I would like to see it remain a waterpark, but it appears there is an immediate need to remove the hazards. Hiking. Dog walking. Biking. Going to the waterpark every week for the past 35 years!!!! Hiking and spending time in the mountains or other natural areas Botanical gardens Biking and swimming Being with friends and family. biking and walking Hiking Cross country skiing and hiking Swimming For this area, gardens with water features would be nice, Bird watching, swimming Walking Running + climbing Walking 1. Walking my dog 2. Bird watching 3. Caoneing hiking and bicycling Camping Walking and lounging. Bike riding Hiking and camping with dog and family TAKING DOGS OUT ON TRAILS Dog walking Hiking, picnicking Going to the water park if it was there. Running and bicycling. Gardening... walking/hiking Basketball and pickle ball 122 Swimming Don't have one. Going to water parks and swimming is my fav pass time. Other than that, we enjoy going to neighborhood parks. Walking/hiking. Biking Camping, strolling Outdoor park. Biking Sun bathing, running Parks, sports, recreation. All of the outdoor swimming opportunities have now been eliminated from the Glendale neighborhood by the city. There are many other parks that offer a variety of recreational opportunities. This should be a regional outdoor recreation area. Cycling/Tennis Mini golf Water park, trails for walking and riding bikes, picnics and dog parks. Hiking Skateboarding cycling Snowboarding and mountain biking. We need more dog parks also cycling Biking Hiking make another Liberty Park for Glendale! leisure activity Walking it Canoeing and kayaking the Jordan River, and the boat ramp at the former water park was a great place to launch, disembark, and simply enjoy the vibrancy of the park. Biking, skateboarding Make it a kayak adventure park like in rgreen river whyoming and a huge splash pad biking, tennis Camping Water parks Water fights Swimming or tennis Make a well-lit, surveilled, ability-inclusive playground/sports complex with: splash pads cognitive/sensory development play ability-inclusive playground soccer field (Real Salt Lake partnership) rubberized track (U of U partnership) basketball courts (Utah Jazz partnership) curfewed picnic amenities skatepark and purified/spring water filling stations Include partnerships from local teams, corporations or businesses to bring the same state-of-the-art amenities to all ages, incomes, races and neighborhoods in Salt Lake City. Partner with power companies to fully light and power the park, with renewable energies. Skiing, hiking, walking dogs. Hiking and bicycling Getting into the mountains. Kayaking, hiking, biking cycling golf How about another red butte garden? Skateboarding Nature parks, hiking, conservation, or simply a large city pool. camping, hiking Having a park area with water features and running track would be ideal for people that don't play sports. Hiking, walking park paths Walking Bicycling Nature walk and photography with lots of flowers plants and trees, trails water features, seating and educational opportunities. With space for some local food trucks as well. Walking 123 It used to be a place for baseball and there are tennis courts down the road. Why not make it a sports field to be used for football, basketball, baseball etc. roller skating hiking Swimming Biking, snowboarding, hiking, swimming. kayaking on the Jordan river, or biking along the Jordan Park Trailways! The location near the river and the trail provide an excellent opportunity for river and trail-related uses. As above. Pool and park. Walking spending time with dogs and family Walking in shade Outdoor music concerts, roller skating, bmx biking, Walking, hiking Hiking/walking/strolling Exploring Kayaking. And there just happens to be the perfect boat launch in the eastern-most part of the water park's territory. Whatever you do this boat launch MUST remain accessible and usable. Swimming, running Hiking Walking A park like liberty park Hiking swimming Swimming. I love swimming and wish there was access to water here other than a few lakes. I also love hiking. Swimming Walking the dog Mountain biking Just to kick back. Snowboarding & water parks Mountain biking Swimming or skate park Dog walking. Boating on the Jordan River and Hiking. I think a connection the the existing Jordan river would be a benefit. Installing another boat launch on the property would be amazing. The existing parking lot would be ideal for the parking needs. And a bridge to the other side of the river would connect the current Jordan river trail to a new park and recreation space. Shade and lawn areas are limited in this area, and adding a park here would increase the recreation choices. An Indoor Pickleball Complex. Example: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/e/2PACX- 1vQEyxIuE3L4oy10XV3h4JUTR9xrGAMpUun7oAkvwXlxQ21IavhkAtNn3lKvA54K7obS6eCXmddB6G-d/pub?start=false&loop=false&delayms=3000&slide=id. g346268d5db_0_13 swimming dancing Walking trails, parks Golf and Tennis Pickleball, tennis Adult Soccer Basketball Outdoor movie theater golf Create a big splash pad for children with smaller water slides if a water park is not appropriate Hiking and wandering Cycling. Gardening. Walking paths and picnic areas. Skatepark, basketball court, and playground Reading Chilling Walking & biking. Hiking Mini golf! Being outside. Tree Walk Golf. You can have a glow in the dark night golf as a par 3 course, maybe even a normal 9 hole course so that during the day it could operate as a normal 9 hole course with a driving range. Just look at the popularity of top golf and golf in general right now. Visiting outdoor gardens, arboretums & parks. Check out "Grounds for Sculpture" in NJ. The wave pool could be replaced by an amphitheater for concerts, plays, ceremonies etc. 124 Trail running Rock climbing and swimming Parks, hiking trails, water features, trees, nature, picnicking Walking, and enjoying outside Outside concert and event venue Hiking, tennis Seventeen acres would make a nice off leash dog park. It could easily have a variety of terrain features constructed and wouldn't have to done in Kentucky Blue Grass. It would help relieve the pressure that currently falls on Tanner/Parley's Nature Park. It needs to be big enough that people can walk around in an open area while the dogs romp and play. Since Rocky was Mayor every administration has said that they would create a Westside large off leash dog park. Here is the perfect chance to do it. Hiking, biking Shady hiking or walking path areas would be great. It's hard to find walking path places that don't follow roads. Like liberty park has a great walking loop but the cars follow the same path, which is annoying. Exploring Water park Water slide Outdoor concerts This is how I would like this park to continue to be used for recreation: Walking trails to explore nature, a ropes course and climbing skills development, ecological purposes, outdoor fitness classroom for group instruction, bike and skateboard park, youth center for recreation and outdoor education. Swimming, mountain biking, tennis, trail running. Splash pad Rock climbing. That would probably be a lot of liability though. Botanical gardens Hiking and playing with dogs Hiking Lap swimming! Pickleball, splash pad, frisbee golf, or sports complex (fields for soccer or baseball that could be used for recreation leagues). Walking Hiking, maybe a man made forested area of sorts that people can use for walking/running with ponds and wildlife I don't want dense housing at all. The Wave Pool with friends growing up. . kayaking Sun and water Water slides and my best memories of being a kid. Tennis Swimming. Camping Hiking. I think trails and nature would be good Playground with my kids Abythinh that is family friendly and dog friendly would be cool Water slides; amusement Hiking, Skydiving In summer I like to paddle and jike Water parks walking Park Bicycle skills park. Beach. Great idea would be to make a man-made beach with wavepool and learning exhibit about marine life. Also, a scuba diving lesson section, surfing lesson section, water rafting lesson and wake boarding lessons. Some of the offerings allow for a controlled learning environment which equips those for the natural experiences like water rafting. Or, even creating a man-made hot springs whirlpool experience. Going to the drive in. A mini theme park. Something similar to Evermore. It needs to stay as a waterpark. The reason why seven peaks didn't work out was the lack of quality and variety of food options. With the amount of people that came each day, if you have good food options, you will recoup your investment. The lack of aesthetics also kept people away. Keep the grass green and the rose bushes trimmed and people will come. With little competition in a tight-niche market and a big summer attraction for the city this would be a big win for Salt Lake. It would be sad to see the park just demolished for 500k and this chance thrown away. Open park space! Walking/hiking. Raging waters Mil-sim or more commonly know as airsofting. There is an amazing community in utah in need of a place to play this amazing sport at. Watching baseball Amusement park Swimming Water parks Bicycling, hiking Swimming and family gatherings Taking walks or water activities 125 Paintball park or golf since gendale golf course was closed. Waterpark w/ Family Walking, hiking, biking. Walking and chilling Baseball Water Park, mini golf, indoor sports Splash pad Connect with the Jordan River! Keep it as a water park. That are is commercial and industrial no one will go out there for anything else. Let’s overturn the regulation and let’s make it an outdoor recreational space since it borders on to Glendale Golf Course you could make it a softball and or baseball complex type of set up akin to 4500 S. and 1300 E. Hiking, kayaking Nature/water. Ragging Waters!!!!! not sure. another 'indoor pool' facility (one with lap swimming and another pool for playing or whatever) or how about a 'night sky' park? (it's not dark enough in that area but something similar to sugarhouse park? liberty park?-bike paths, jogging paths etc Walking. Running. Hiking. biking Airsoft Camping atv Camping and parks Hiking and golfing. Biking Soccer Camping Gardening and enjoying nature and wildlife with my family. Swimming Airsoft Skating and swimming Skate park/urban community and environment why can’t we have a unique super urban skate park filled with unique features and places for local urban artists to showcase their work? Snowboarding Football Baseball Biking Camping, hiking Rock climbing. Family friendly free park Ultimate frisbee, wakeboarding, mountains biking Swimming and biking airsoft and paintball Park luke Liberty Park Off leash dog park, community garden Basketball courts with outdoor lights Dog park I loved it when it was wild wave. It was a great huge community pool. They sold family passes that were a reasonable price. I miss the community pools that were out there in the parks. The pool at Jordan Park was so fun. It was a place of gathering with all my friends and family. Airsoft Poolside lounging Garden walks, picnic areas, playgrounds . Something like liberty or sugarhouse park would be nice in our area. hiking Water!!! It's a great family activity!! I think the federal funds should be paid back and the land be redeveloped, maybe a parks department pool with a neighborhood around it. Swimming, mini golf Hiking Tennis and biking Waterparks I would have seasonal passes if there was still a local option other then Cowabunga bay. Walks, swimming Pickle ball Music venue. Natural trails with flower gardens, water features, rock features. Swimming/water parks Water parks 126 kayaking and biking. Airsoft Airsoft (similar to paintball) Mountain biking park would be nice. Please do not turn it into another golf course. Airsoft Airsoft arena Camping & hiking Urban Forest. Fill it with wildlife. Swimming Playing in Watertown Walking and playing with our family I have too many. However an interactive outdoor space could be better than a nature space / park. For example, sport fields, tennis courts, MTB park, skate park, frisbee golf. Something that brings out the community instead of another park turned homeless encampment. Cycling Hiking or biking Fun and social! Hiking or walking Trail running and climbing Sports Basketball Exercising, sports. Water activities, amusement parks I like just being able to be outside, under trees, reading. Hiking, pickleball Hiking and camping. Also playing outdoor sports like ultimate frisbee. Sports on the grass Going to the waterpark. . Pickleball Calisthenic Park Keep some of the original park! Turn it into a new daybreak-ish type manmade lake and park. If you could keep some of the original stone stairs and caves it would be AMAZING! Memorialize it and turn it into something new at the same time! Outdoor artificial obstacle course climbing and rappelling. Biking or surfing Gardens Exploring the closed water park & re-living my childhood memories there camping Fishing; dog park Skateboarding. Japanese garden Running Dog Park Swimming Mountain biking. Turn it into a bike park. It's the perfect size and has a hill. Water parks! Airsoft Go karts Slacklining Hiking I enjoy people watching and getting to sit down and relax, a picnic is preferable. Hiking Yes Bike/skateboard park Theme Parks - The land could be home to a themed environment such as a Dinosaur park, a park resembling a foreign country, or a park based on the works of a local fantasy author. Running/biking Disc golf Swimming Basketball, fishing Disc golf Hiking, walking dogs Seven peeks 127 Splash pad I enjoy airsoft, it's like paintball. This would be perfect for both. Disc golf Disc golf Trail Running/walking/biking with my dog! It would be great to have some shaded walking paths or an area to recreate with my dog. Hunting Water fun Swimming and running through sprinklers. Nature walk Barbecue, birdwatching, archery, painting Dog park pickleball!!! Cheap/free botanical and public gardens with walking/jogging trails Rick climbing and water sports Swimming Outdoor sports going to public gardens with maybe a platform for small performances or speakers Public gardens, frisbee golf I like exploring, riding bikes, hiking and watching wild life. Swimming is great fun too. One of the best places I went swimming as a kid was a natural water swimming pool in West Texas, the water was spring fed and clear, so you could see the fish and turtles you were swimming with. It was really amazing. Taking my son to playgrounds is another favorite pastime. Swimming, walking Disk golf Hiking with my pups Tennis and soccer are our family pastimes. However, swimming comes close. But the pandemic has affected all of our activities lately and will for a while. Tennis Giant lazy river waterparks Waterparks with the family Biking, swimming I'm a golfer Hiking of course but a close second is skateboarding and mountain biking! Disc golf Skateboarding Walking Trail running Disk golf An outdoor ice skating ring would be nice Hiking & bouldering. Also nature photography. Swimming, playgrounds Today in most homes you can hike trails around the world, play tennis go bowling, learn ballroom dancing, all in your living room so themed parks are just an expensive way to get corona virus, if i were to plan to go out to a park i would want easy walk trails that could be completed within 15 to 30 minutes some trails that were for riding bikes only to keep those away from walkers, ability to bring the family dog lots of benches to stop and sit and lots of things to see while walking Utah doesn't need another theme park we always need another dog park or garden Fishing. I dont know if a local fish pond would be doable, but an outdoor sports complex with basketball, tennis, and other courts is something that I feel would be a popular option. Outdoor markets Bike paths, walking trails, running tracks, Hiking Kids today want water fun and skate fun, but prices have to be kept down. The old park cost $17/visit/person so we couldn't go very often. Now I'm older, so in addition to what we do for kids, please also include plenty of shade and picnic tables for those of us who just want to watch. :) Playing with dog at dog park I love the Jordan River trail for jogging, biking, picnics, and getting some nature time close to home. I recommend tearing out the pools and creating a reservoir for swimming, fishing, paddle boarding (non-motorized water activities), connected to the JR trail. We need more park space for our growing population! Might be good for walking trails or frisbee golf Homeless RV park Hiking Disc golf. Super low impact and good use of park areas that get less traffic. Hiking with my kids Fishing pond Hiking, fishing Disc Golf Golf Exercising, gardening 128 Slides and swimming Splash pad Community garden Hiking Hiking Just sitting at a nice place , having lunch, lettings kids play, or meetup with family Running Walking outdoors Raging Waters, Lagoon, race tracks, Fall corn mazes & outdoor hill slides, carnivals, state fairs, parks with sport events, etc. Going to Raging Waters was one of the funnest things to do in the summer. I love going to parks, fairs, concerts, amusement parks etc. Being outside is just amazing in Utah. Disc golf hiking; kayak course? Fishing Botanical gardens Passive park Water parks Airsoft Walking in gardens running and biking water -related activities Hiking, places to enjoy wildlife, refuges, restoration of habitat. Would love to see a nature center for everyone to enjoy, a small fee for entrance or yearly affordable family memberships. It could be another great world class facility for the city. Adventurous playgrounds (ones that involve a little risk) Disc golf Fishing Biking Walking or biking DISC GOLF! It's growing in popularity extremely quickly and courses can be compact, as well as very inexpensive to build and maintain. Fly fishing Boating and waterparks Floating rivers I started playing disc golf 11 years ago and its a wonderful way for families too get out side and exercise. Disc golf courses are fairly inexpensive to build and our community is always there to step up and help build and also maintain courses. I have seen the sport explode with new players in the last 3 years and SLC could definently use more courses to accomidate the rapidly growing number of new players! Walking Hiking/picnicking/frisbee golf/mini golf Rollerskating and Rollerblading is back! Make an outdoor rollerskating rink in a nice park. Trees, forest, gardens Hiking and picnicking Water Park. My favorite outdoor activity is simple: quietly enjoying nature. That may be walking to a local park, exploring a hidden trail, or simply sitting in my backyard. Much of my outdoor time continues to be spent quietly enjoying nature, and in the warm months, gardening. Picnics in the park water park Water parks. Trails Walking through creeks plain old park Golf Rock climbing, going to the dog park Skiing We have tons of golf. I'd say splash pad, dog park, or similar we don't have (pioneer park dog area is not safe and not lit) secondary would be low in come housing to help the homeless or low income population but doesn't fall under the open space issue Baseball field, dog park, park. Fishing, golfing, Hiking & climbing Mountain bike riding, you could do a skills park? Biking & Swimming Swimming Playing rugby. Hiking and canyoneering Peace and quiet Nature walks- see "Palmer Park, CO Spgs" 129 Biking, skateboarding, kayaking, climbing. Disc Golf Swimming, enjoying nature, camping. Change laws and do what I said above Camping is my favorite, but for local outside activities multi-use parks (e.g. SugarHouse Park, Liberty Park) are great for family get togethers, walk/ride bikes. A splash pad may be a more affordable option if a multi-use park replaces the existing water park. Walking, hiking I loved raging waters in the 80s. Now I enjoy camping and skiing. Bicycling, walking Walking Skate park Walking trails and feeding ducks. A beautiful park with path, flowers,trees,Picnic areas. Places for people living in dense areas can enjoy the outdoors Golf, walks, fishing Walk, hikes, bikerides Playing sports Water parks Walking Hiking, skiing Hot springs relaxation Soccer and walking Swimming. Raging water was so much fun and engaged so many people in healthful activities. Golf! Walking Disc Golf Frisbee golf, walking trails, kayaking skateboarding Foraging, hiking - use the space to make a food forest and start growing local food!! Outdoor events! Hiking and paddleboarding. Ultimate Frisbee and Mountain Biking Climbing / adventure / hiking Yes. Kayaking, cycling, hiking. This is a great spot to access the Jordan River for Kayaking or canoeing. Swimming, sports Walks Airsoft Swimming with family Grass, water features and general open area for picnics, kids playing, people doing whatever, throw balls, relax, etc. Parks, trees, pathways, open air Hiking Longboarding Hiking, canoeing. I'd like to see a Park like lodestone Park with a unique playground, walking trails, sports courts, plus a large splash pad. Cycle, hiking Swimming Skateboarding Relaxing Spending time with Family Sports... not soccer. Swimming, outdoor fitness, parks with my kids Water park Outdoor hikes and swimming Water parks Community fishing Urban mountain biking track Swimming Water sports or lounging in the sunlight Hiking. Swimming. 130 Great water parks that Utah lacks. Travel to any other state and they probably have an amazing water park. The prior owners of this park never invested back in the park.. Slc needs an amazing water park that can not only attract locals but people from surrounding states. Just as lagoon draws people in. Gardening. A community garden would be great considering the rise in multi family structures like Townhomes and Condos where there is not a place to grow a garden. Sports, hiking Tennis and biking Camping Soccer, walker, biking Swimming Roller skating Enjoying natural areas that are dog-friendly (on or off leash) American Football, lost you haven't I? Walking Water Park. Walking Hiking, biking Go to the park and be with family. soccer hiking Walking the dogs Hiking Kids playground Slides and wave pool A part of the park, could be several pavilions, picnic tables, etc. Also, an area for twice a month, food truck court. Like a food court, in the mall, but all the different food trucks, could buy a spot, and we the public, could sample a wide variety of foods, and cooking talents here in our state. It might help save, or bring back some restaurants that struggled this year. Its a huge success in other places. It is something we use to look forward to in Hawaii, twice a month. The rule was, as it got bigger and more popular, that a food truck owner, could only buy a spot once a month. Which made room for so many more on the bi week. The park gets utilized, and gets money. It would be the only one in the state! gardening, nature paths, FREE activities for the community Water park, big jungle gym for all ages. I'm not located near the city so, my outdoor past time wouldn't be relevant for this situation. However, I would want to encourage the land use to be used in the most beneficial way to what kind of people they are trying to attract and the use as something unique. If not divided and made into something the population needs or wants. I also encourage more research done to those who live near this park. Golf I enjoy going to the parks with my daughter and fishing in the ponds. Camping, roller skating. green space A park with some really nice water features Summer outdoor recreation! Having Fun Waterpark. I love to fish and kayak. Would be cool to see a kayak park with some man made rapids similar to Reno. walking in nature Mountain biking Pickle ball Skate paro Napping Fishing local ponds Art garden walks Swimming hiking Walking, enjoying flowers and trees, picnicking waterfalls, walking, biking live bands and snack shops Airsofting and paint balling Camping Being at the outdoor pools and being in a park. Swimming As mentioned in my previous comment, I’m a big fan of pickleball. I also like basketball and mountain biking. Aside from pickleball courts, basketball courts would be fun, and I also think that if you created a mountain bike race track that could be a lot of fun for members of the community, and a bike race track would definitely be something unique and attractive. Raging Waters. Fishing hiking picnic Mountain biking 131 Race strip Water park, nude recreation! Water Park Swimming Water park, in the summer is a wonderful pass time for my family. Park gatherings and outdoor games. Swimming. Agriculture Water park! My favorite pastime is walking, however for that area, perhaps a park with basketball and tennis courts, playground, and a fitness court that adults and children can use. swimming or biking I wanna snowboard Cookouts SWIMMING! Water parks Hiking Chillin Fishing Disc golf Splash pad Hiking. Snowboarding Build a mini Lagoon type amusement park. softball fields would be a great way to utilize the space. there are not enough locations in the down town area for softball so tournament have to be played in Grantsville, South Jordan, west valley. ect. Disc golf. The disc golf community is growing rapidly and we do not have enough disc golf courses in state to keep up with the demands. The Fort in ogden has a world class disc golf course and will be hosting the world championship next year, bringing in tourism and broadcasting to thousands of upon thousands of viewers world wide. This would be a great opportunity for us to have a one of the most unique courses in the world if done right. This would be an economic boost for the area as well as providing more outdoor space for families and friends to use. visiting parks Drinks with friends or family. Water sports for sure Fishing Golf, tennis, bike riding. Gardening. Hiking, swimming Going to the water park. Picnics and taking my children to the playground. Jogging. Biking. A public space with options for concerts etc. Swimming build a beautiful walking garden like Buchart gardens or Thanksgiving point with carriage rides and places for families to picnic among waterfalls and meandering streams. Hiking, golf Water parks Paintballing Mountain biking and fishing. Swimming and a wave pool would be fantastic though. maybe a new park? a zoo? Hiking. Climbing. strolling through trees Parks and hiking. Swimming My boys enjoy spending time at the Skate and Bike Parks. Swimming has always a fun summer past time. Even if it isn't Waterpark Fishing Swimming Concerts Water parks swimming and picnics Golf Trails. Biking and hiking trails. No more golf courses!!!!!!! Miniature golf, water park rides, amusement park 132 pickleball Water activities Hiking, and biking Snowboarding in winter and water related activities in summer. The wave pool and childrens water park Park with lots of trees and shade and playgrounds Water slides Sports or water park Fishing, hiking Swimming Sports Rock climbing. water slides are outdoor rec. Make a dirt track for motor cycles four wheels and mt/bmx bikes or make a newer improved water park. Wave pool Walking and birdwatching. Hanging out in my backyard with my son Spending time with my dogs off leash. Sitting under the shade of trees Nothing in Glendale. A water park is perfect. Utah needs to put more effort into activities for kids so that they have something to do other than cause trouble. Birding Going to the water park Fishing and Sight seeing Swimming Hiking running It would be great to have a place for fishing within the city. A nice park with a small pond/lake would be amazing. walking in the mountains, and SWIMMING Swimming Sports park I loved the slides and rides at Seven Peaks. Please rebuild a new and safe water park. People stopped going because it was not maintained. Camping, bike rides Atv/utv recreation Renaissance Faire Airsoft Biking, playing disc golf gardening, walking, tennis Water park I would like to see the whole place become a more natural sanctuary. Some of the former park features could be incorporated rather than torn down. I think that most of the former pools should be filled with gardens. I really like Red Butte Garden and I would like to see something like that put in. Maybe I would restore the lazy river. I would also like to see a performance venue incorporated where there would be free concerts and cultural events. Water sun! Na I rather enjoy going for walks in nature or, when the opportunity presents itself, going to an amusement/theme park. Walking, hiking Walking and hiking. Biking Parks and zoos Spending time outside in a free public park. tennis Water Parks!! Sports Complex Interactive Parks I love stand-up paddle-baording! What if a park was made that allowed for that specifically? So a lazy river of sorts or other pool/water outlets for stand-up paddle- boarding! Sports and outdoor music events. Swimming laps, walking, running, animals I like to go fishing, hiking, and snorkeling. You could add utah's first snorkeling experience! My summers were spent at raging waters/seven peaks or hanging out with family at the baseball field. Soccer and hiking. Biking A new water park. The westside of Salt Lake City does not have any form of recreation other than parks and golf courses. No movie theaters, bowling alleys, or swimming pools. We deserve something other than apartments and Mexican food restaurants Community Pool, revamped I love to go camping, swimming, hiking, love miniature golf and also spending time with my girls and husband. 133 Walking and swimming Water Park! Concerts Skateboarding Swimming Going to an awesome playground. The problem is that no matter what you will have it vandalism because of where it is and how many homeless are in that area. I lived in the neighbors right across for years and all our parks you could find syringes, alcohol, trash, and just scary situations. Layton Surf-N-Swim! Airsoft wars are a large part of my life. Water parks Swimming turn it into a world class skate park! sledding and skate boarding Mountain biking Golf. Swimming at raging waters Disc golf The wave pool was by far the best of the water park. Hiking Swimming Parks are lovely. Swimming, going to the park Spending time with the kids are different parks. Golf, fishing walking in the park My family and I love a good community pool/splash pad. I like the design of the Lindon Pool but perhaps on a larger scale. Perhaps a new aviary or liberty park type space? Playground and nature walks. I am the father to three young children. What they really want are awesome playgrounds with lots of hidden places to walk and hide. Visiting theme parks, and water parks. Why doesnt someone try a sales pitch to Six Flags.??? going to the water parks Open space, outdoor space is always a favorite. If you can turn it into a garden, obstacle course, "Central Park" type thing where there are multiple activities, food trucks, live performances, open markets, that type of thing. Go Karting, Baseball/sports complex. Water Park Raging waters was always my favorite. Disc golf Golf. Enhance the existing golf course next to the facility. Camping and swimming I’d prefer a more natural interactive water feature. A more elaborate splash pad type thing that is fully wheelchair accessible Rafting, Climbing Water fun or hiking Walking my dog so a dog park would be nice Use the proceeds to connect the Jordan River Parkway to this parcel. Hiking and Amusement Parks Hiking and playing with my young girls. Pool Dog walking Kayaking or water sports. Playground and splash pad. Hiking Hiking Kayaking or hiking Swimming Swimming Camping Hiking Hiking and rock climbing Hiking and swimming I loved water slides. I liked how creative you could be with them. Raging waters Hiking Parks 134 Tennis, rollerblading. Ice skating. I like Miniature Golf. Utah has a lot of golf courses and several water park options but very few miniature golf courses that cater to families and kids/teenagers who only want to play miniature golf. It would be wonderful to have somewhere that could have several different course options for people to go through. I feel a miniature golf course could be used a lot more of the year then a water park and would cost less overall to maintain and keep safe and up to date. Maybe some of the parts from the water park could be salvage, used, repurposed and recycled to make parts of the golf course or water features as a tribute to the water park. It would be nice to see the city or county recycle, reuse, or repurpose some of the stuff. You could also add in a pavilion with tables where families could enjoy meals if they wanted. Mountain Biking Airsoft Place to cool off in the summer Tennis Bicycling Fishing Pool time! Golf - skate park-recreation center Cycling pickle ball My favorite summer outdoor past time is going to water parks. Nothing beats the thrill of fun water slides and being in the sun for a day. Secure the funding to fix the water park and fix it. The city can do that by closing at least two golf courses, and taking the $1.2 million in golf subsidies to pay of bonds to fix the water park. Golf course land can be reimagined as space that gets far greater public use than golf. Golfing Swimming Taking my dog hiking and swimming Hiking. Piccleball courts Fishing kayaking Taking my kids to a lazy river Swimming, surfing Picnicking/enjoying the shade and fresh air by reading outdoors. Ultimate frisbee Sand volleyball Local lake Tennis and swimming tennis water/ skate/ pedestrian park Softball fields, fun bike trail like the one recently built in West Ogden, hopscotch, four square, pavilions.... Flying kites. 1. Ski/snowboard/winter sports, 2. water park/swimming/summer water sports Concerts Water park I love spending time outdoors, going on walks, spending time near water. Parks, sports, etc. swimming A bike park would be awesome with walking trails as well Dirt bike course Water park. Water Park Public gardens Going to raging waters Communal get togethers. Picnics. pickle ball Stem kid park, basketball, soccer Hiking Walking my dog Soccer, skateboarding I love lakes. Outdoor amphitheater Picnics Photography Raging waters Sports fields I think the land needs to be used to build a new high school 135 Live music, concerts Anything but golf Sports The wave pool and family time Swimming Hiking, Jeeping Indoor water park. sledding, hiking My kids love to swim and kayak Federal funds should not be used Swimming and hiking Swimming Bmx biking Swimming, picnicking, hiking. Kayaking Gardening or hiking Pickleball Golf. Add more golf to current Glendale course. hiking, swimming walking and biking and swimming Mountain biking, build a master bike park to pull congestion away from the canyons and give winter biking options! Hiking, swimming Hiking, backpacking, camping, swimming, picnics gardening, and climbing. Wave pool Camping and hiking I was here every summer weekend with cousins for 5+ years in a row. As I grew older, I took my younger cousins here and built memories with them as well. Raging waters/seven peaks was a big part of my childhood. Zip line, swimming. Running, picnic, biking, frisbee golf Hiking Sand castle building Fishing/ paddleboarding. Going to Raging Water every summer. Mini-golf, frisbee golf, small boats. Swimming, hiking, baseball, football & paintball Mountain Biking Picnics in my backyard. Walking Relaxing, sitting or laying around with family and friends. swimming Have a place where you can take your family like a water park would be nice. Sports Golf, running. Frisbee golf. Archery Sports Going to raging waters Camping, outdoor movies outdoors stuff Riding scooters, going swimming. As my previous answer suggested, I love golf and I'm still saddened by the loss of Wingpointe. We don't need another golf course there obviously, except maybe a small par 3 course for kids, but it could be a tremendous practice and training center with investment in rentable launch monitors, high quality putting areas, and areas to practice wedge play, etc. These things are being done with low maintenance materials (alternatives to grass) around the country. Check out the explosion in usage Golf in the Round has enjoyed since simply investing in launch monitors...there's no doubt this could be made to be a revenue generator if done correctly, ESPECIALLY if geared toward growing the game through families and children. Swimming Rock climbing Off roading 4 wheel rzr Build a skateboard park, a small splash park, And a dog park. Multi use park (dog park, splash pad, walking trails) 136 Trees, picnic areas, pickle ball, playground equipment, pond with fish and fishing opportunities, several water splash pads, food trucks, hiking, paddle boarding Trail running City park. Splashpad Anything with water Water park I like walking and reading outside, typically in serene areas with a lot of foliage. Playing in the water with family and friends I think a nice new park with maybe some pickle ball courts and a nice playground. Maybe similar to the new county park in bluffdale would be nice Swimming. Slides water park fun. Golf, Swimming Relaxing in parks, swimming water Pick nicks swimming and camping Water park Waterfall hikes Hiking and swimming (in a pool- I’m afraid of natural bodies of water due to germs and wild animals). Summer concerts Mini golf waterpark or miniature golf Swimming Mountain sports, golf Mountain biking Swimming! Water parks swimming or fishing Taking my babies their and I still would as they are just about teenagers Kayaking fishing Pickleball,water parks, and mini golf Disc golf Disc golf Baseball, football Golf, walking Pic-nic lots of free pavilions, fountains with garden paths and children’s area...shade trees trees trees❤ Hammocking; hiking Water parks and theme parks. Ice skating. Rollerblading. Running. softball. Recently My family and I went to bear world in Yellowstone. Would be neat to do another one here in salt lake or something’s similar! Something that brings families together! Swimming, hiking Swimming Airsoft Swimming Hiking and gardening. But that would probably not work for this land. Maybe a second location for the Conservation garden, arts projects and Red Butte Gardens. Walking my dog Swimming, hiking, walking the dog, disc golf. Swimming Pools or fishing. My favorite would have to be the water slides and the tidal waves Swimming Walking. Baseball 137 Offleash dog park with attractive paths. Please not just a ball throwing area but actual trails/walking paths. If there's enough space for offleash walking trails, this would benefit the health of people and dogs. Skate(board)/BMX park. I'm in my 50s and skated at parks in my 40s. The skatepark community keeps youth out of trouble and is easy to maintain. That said, either the park would need to be locked up or patrolled off hours. I'm thinking how badly Fairmont gets visited by partyers with a lot of underage drinkers. Large meditation walking maze. I know there's another off of the river but this could be connected to other spaces and we need more meditative spaces. Exercise park. I haven't seen those recently, where one does a circuit of exercises. Soccer field. Soccer is just so popular and wonderful. Biking, swimming camping Swimming! Hiking, jogging, biking Pickleball My personal favorite pastime is hiking. I had a season pass to Raging Waters between when I was 9 and 11. I became a good swimmer because of Raging Waters and I wanted to be a lifeguard when I turned 16. (I didn’t though). Disc golf Spent every summer there. Was so excited to take my kids, then it closed. Would love it to be reopened to share memories with my kids If they could make it indoor/outdoor to justify year round use that would be amazing. I’ve had so many fun memories at that waterpark and it’s sad to see it in disrepair Nature walk Sports, open natural space hiking with the dog, disc golf, reading in hammocks Walking and biking Pool, Fun time. Bounce house It's been either raging waters or lagoon. Paintball, stunt runs Swimming paddle boarding Mini golf Swimming, sun bathing Skiing, Snowboarding are why we moved to Utah from Florida. I'd love to see a wake park for waterskiing and wakeboarding. Preferably tow cable design. Swimming, playgrounds for kids, outdoor games (horseshoes, petanque, chess tables) Reservoirs !!!!!! They are so fun and drum up so much business ! parks water park Fishing The city needs a place to play. Lagoon is too small cowabunga Bay is too small and it doesn't serve the West side community Running, kayaking Skiing Water parks!! Please hear me out and Let skateboarders skate here. Playground disability Dog parks, tennis courts, running track, trees for picnic areas. hiking Drive in movies! Off leash dog hiking trails Raging waters Fishing Mini golf. Escape rooms. Amusement park. Pickle ball courts! Go Karts. Biking Conservancy walks Water park! Swimming Water Park! Watching clouds Airsoft Going to raging waters Tennis, surfing Skateboarding 138 Biking, rock climbing, swimming diving platform. Camping and fishing Swimming Skiing, cycling Park Water activities Ice-skating & Swimming Summer time with the kids at the waterpark. Loved having a season pass to enjoy and also gave the kids something to do all summer. It has been missed a lot. Walking in nature with my family and my dog and miniature golf swimming at the water park. Fix my water park you guys abandoned and left it to be vandalized Water slides Swimming and camping Unfortunate. If anything it would be a rec center with tennis and racquetball courts! I don't normally do outdoor activities but waterparks and amusement parks can get me outdoors easily. Gardening is an outdoor recreation, therefore It should be made into a lush living garden forest for the sake of preparing for the coming disasters. Garden forests because these reseed themselves and do not require much water or up keep and they provide food. Swimming, and hiking Skateboards and Grandparents Theme Parks Raging Waters Water parks Kid playgrounds Gardening Picnics and camping Walking, frisbee Water parks Volleyball, Frisbee, Horseshoes, Corn Hole, walking track Swimming Swimming splash pad Walking/ hiking Walking dogs Swimming Family activities Hiking. Or playing at a park with my kids River floating skateboarding Concerts/Parks Hammocking relaxing Bike riding, hiking. Swimming Swimming and rollerblading Picnic and family outings fun Boating Tennis, hiking swimming Water park, disk golf, dog park Water attractions Playing outside in the water. Skate park with my boys. We need to keep them active and out of trouble in their youth Biking Hiking Dog walking Water parks Drinking Nature walks Golf Kids park with thematic elements and activities that value the American History. Fishing Amusement park like liberty park Hiking with my dog Central park Bike Disc golf 139 Water Park Swimming Baseball. Time at the park with my family. Fishing, swimming, bicycling Playing with dog Swimming, camping My favorite outdoor activity is disc golf. It’s relatively low cost to install and play, and is an activity for all ages. swimming Skiing skate or snow sports Swimming, bikes sand volleyball and waterparks Swimming, horse back riding Water parks Donkey Jousting Walking/ hiking Raw Nature, not fields of grass Hiking, Kayaking Outdoor concerts Swimming, playing in the water structure at Liberty park. Shooting Make it a large garden. park space Hiking among beautiful trees, greenery and flowers, even vegetable gardens can be nice to walk through Family time there Fishing, Walking Swimming, Airsofting Swimming Swimming Swimming! I love waking. In the winter it would be nice to have a place to walk that is protected from snow. family mini golf, rock climbing, splash pads A velodrome for cyclists would be huge. ESP an indoor one. Drive in Movies FEderaL FUNdS UsEd tO ACqUIRE thE parK rEStRICT tHe Use To OUTDOOr rECrEAtion. The wave pool Raging Waters camping... though that land would be horrible for that because its loud, surrounded by neighborhoods instead of nature, and would feel fake... so amusement park it is for me! Camping, fishing, and enjoying time in parks. Thrilling waterslides, big swimming pools Hiking Stargazing Fishing Swimming and water based activities. Little league football fields/stadium for the kids Water activity Basketball I loved lagoon as a kid Water park Water parks Hanging out at Rage!! No questions asked nothing beats spending your summers as a kid/teen at the local pool. Provide shelter for the homeless people!!! Playground or splash pad Golf Pickleball Surf wave Park with walking, biking trails like sugar house Disc Golf Fishing Swimming Being outside 140 wave-poll, slides Taking my kids to the park. Wardle fields and Thunder Junction. "Urban camping" we should dress it up as a cool thing to do but instead let it be a resource to allow persons to "camp" while they may be experiencing some of lifes hardships. What I'm saying is use it to house the homeless. Hiking, biking, walking, climbing. Playing at a water park Exercise, nature walk Water park Water slides Rock climbing, skate boarding, canoeing and outdoor fitness like jiu-jitsu or capoeira Horseback riding and water slides Enjoying nature Hunting Rock climbing Walking. You should turn it into a normal park or nature reserve. Play time Dpg park Swimming and lounging in the sun Walking in outdoor parks; Friendship gardens etc. Soccer. Skating. Hiking/Excercise Baseball Water slides My outdoor pastimes are hiking and climbing but I think the park has unique structures that would allow it to be the best skate and bike park in the country. Dog walking I remember spending hot summer hanging out with family and friends at raging waters . Some of the best memories and in times like now our children of the world need places like this Relaxing outdoors Family bbqs Amusement parks and Water parks. Summer ski park like in Europe. Artificial hills with carpet that allows for skiing and snowboarding down without snow. WATER PARK That water park Skiing! Outdoor ice rink I worked at Raging Waters and grew up in Glendale. I loved Raging Waters as a kid, and there isn't anything else like it in the area. Background on paintball - it’s rise was in the 90s and early 2000s featured on ESPN and serious money to be won in the tournament scene. Once the recession hit many fields closed as it was an expensive hobby. Although it’s completely returned and thrived on today’s economy COVID has presented a new hurdle and in many ways one of the best socially distanced sport. You already require to wear a mask and typically don’t get within 5 yds of another player. It would be a matter of keeping people spaced out during staging - which this location is perfect. Many fields run a haunted attraction in the October months which would keep it diverse. I’d personally would be very interested in further conversations. [Name, phone, email redacted] ( Paintball sounds messy but I promise you it’s much cleaner than you think. Also the netting required isn’t like a landmark fixture similar to top golf it’s much less invasive) Disc golf Water sports!! Surfing such as flow rider, hanging out with family and friends with great food/drinks. Enjoying the day and soaking up the sun. Swimming Multi use park with water features (splash pads) Pickleball Water park Paintball Swimming pool Disability access playground Skateboarding park Paintball Airsoft Going to parks Swimming Mountain biking Biking, walking Skiing Swimming for sure Skate park with different areas for different ages/skill and picnic areas with shade with a fenced off dog park area and maybe splash pad if there’s enough money. Something modeled similarly to the big splash pad and playground called Wardle Fields in Bluffdale would be an excellent idea. Horse riding Swimming, hiking, splash pad. Splash pads with my nephews and nieces, all abilities parks with my nieces with Down syndrome, and picnics in the shade. 141 Watching sunsets Water park Paintball SWIMMING Birdwatching Kayaking, pickleball This should be made into an equestrian venue! We spent most of our summer swimming and camping. Paintball Live music and kickball. Please just don’t put any water features that will end up filled with botulism in hot months, killing all the wildlife. No rancid water features fed by horrid canal water. Pickleball, biking, walking, picnicking walking Biking Lazy river Soccer Water slides Disc Golf All abilities park, bike pump track, recreation fields, park. Something with lots of trees a fun park . Whatever you do DO NOT let corporate housing hell build apartments... We need something green and full of life. Petting zoo, trees, something that won't be an eye sore that's all Utah is these days. . An eye sore. At my age being with my family How about a second, multi-use Liberty park? Tennis, spashpad, picnics in the park, pickleball Visiting hot springs Skateboarding Parks or lakes Fishing Paintball park Disc golf Paddleboard. Hike Hiking Active green space with paths for bikes, skates, boards, possibly skate park. Playgrounds, water feature. Paintball Being outside Mini golf Fishing, hiking, disc golf Hiking Going to a water park! Skateboarding Dog park large walking park playgrounds with a splash pad Water park walking Swimming and hiking. We have enough parks and playgrounds. Bring back the water park!!!! Getting wet LOOKING at the river, waterfowl and song birds, shrubbery and trees. LISTENING to bird song, wind, and flowing water. Being ALONE in Nature. Horse Riding Swimming Park, enjoying a nice park. Children's interactive exhibits Hiking, watching wildlife It's family friendly and fun for kids especially during summer time Cycling and running Paintball Skateboarding Rock climbing Swimming Dog Parks Swimming and hiking skateboarding 142 Swimming, running Drivin movie skating Water slides Water park FPV Drone flying, a drone focused fligth field would be awesome to have in the city. Walking through shaded trails. In a flat area like this I'd love to see lots of trees and a few picnic tables and some flower beds and natural shrubbery. An urban forest or reclaimed grasslands would be nice as it would help with air quality and give the Glendale community a place to enjoy nature. Swimming Family use, family fun. Walking Dog Park! Amusement parks. Sliding down water slides Skiing & mountain biking Petting zoo Hunting and fishing Swimming Paintball!!!! Water play! Climbing walls. Botanical Gardens. I think it should be turned into a park/ skate park. Pickleball and sand volleyball. Frisbee golf Hiking Being with family. Water park Going to ragging waters and magic waters I have a video on VHS of when i was three years old playing at the water park my sister had many birthday party's at this location it is so sad to see it abandoned 😭 Walk, chill with friends and family surrounded by nature Hiking Water park Disc golf and paintball Mountain bike riding & hiking. Playing games and playing at a park. Walking with flowers Swimming Paintball Awesome playgrounds, big grassy fields and awesome paths through it. Amusement parks. amusement park BBQ! Taking my dogs hiking/walking Cycling or snowboarding Water park -Splashpad -Nature center -Garden trail (Something pretty with shade. You can take pictures there or picnic. If there's an educational piece you can use it for field trips to learn about the outdoors (like Murray's). Park Pool Adult / kid skate park A park or a community center Outdoor concerts Playing airsoft with a group of buddies. Going to lagoon. One thing I think would be cool to do is build a nother amusement park. There Walking Parks with playground and splash pads and pavilions. Golf At the water park Visiting playgrounds with my kids Pickle ball, walking Bike riding and walking 143 Dog parks/dog off leash play. Maybe another greenery park with a walking trail and a fenced, off leash area for dogs to socialize. Or a skate park, if SLC doesn't have one. Public park with a splash pad, dog run, playground, etc. Picnics in the shade. Swimming. We love water parks/ splash pads! Swimming Grilling or preparing outdoor foods. Outdoor movies. You should put giant slides and outdoor ping pong tables. Birdwatching Skiing Miniature golf Airsoft and Paintball Park. That would be a better option because it could be utilized both summer and winter. And could host national tournaments. Family park I think a water park is still a great idea or even a small amusement park. Pickle ball Water Park Cherry Hill Tennis, volleyball; parks with trees and picnic areas with benches Swimming with family hiking, tennis, cycling Fishing, Water park going to raging waters and enjoying the tidal pool and other waterslides. Days at the water park with the family Water recreation Lake time and sunning on the beach Splash pads/parks, hiking Community gardening Outdoor concerts! Consider building an amphitheater with adjoining playground and splash pad. Free to the public. Hiking, playing at park with family Hiking Tennis and volleyball. A dog park TENNIS! Walking trails!!! Walking, swimming Sitting quietly in a natural environment Soccer, drive in, the west side needs something nice Swimming, family friendly water park Biking, boating, walking Hiking, skiing. Wave pool and lazy river with the younger siblings. Pool/Rec Center kayaking or water activities Swimming Swimming at the lake. This should be turned into a man made lake with some sand. Raging waters was an absolute blast to go to as a kid. It was usually a reward for good behavior, or excelling grades in school. It also was a great option in the summer to cool off, and have fun with friends at the water park. Water park Pools, walks, Animal sanctuary. Splash pad, Walking, volleyball, playground swimming Swimming, biking, picnicking, fishing Skateboarding Most of my favorite things to do in the outdoors wouldn't fit on this site. Demonstration garden Airsoft Mountain biking, skiing Biking or swimming Swimming and Camping with family. Going to seven peaks as a kid Water park 144 Walking, picnic, water features, local plant gardens . Accessible playground and picnic tables. A large accesable pavillion. Frisbee golf. Paintball! Parks and playgrounds Hiking Willard park in Logan - petting zoo. Queens park in Invercargille New Zealand. Rezone Maybe of possible do a slide and big jumpy web thing Hiking, swimming You can make into nice park Camping and hiking gun range Hiking and Biking Walking/hiking I enjoy taking pictures outside or going for a picnic. I would like to add the stuff george has a cool playground graded for adults called thunder junction, and idea like that would be fun. Picnic in the park Out door park. Please consider creating a section for the elderly as well as disabled children including playground equipment that can accommodate special needs. Coming every other day to the park with friends and family to cool down at the park, got a season pass every year for birthdays Something we can maybe enjoy year round if possible Make it a campsite for homeless. There are enough outdoor recreation areas and 0 solutions to address these out of control homeless camps. Disc golf Homeless campsite or sustainable living space for homeless with tiny homes Hiking, and rollerblading Biking Walking or hiking Swimming or enjoying the sun! Walking Anything water related! Biking and walking. Motocross, but I don't think that would be feasible at this location. I enjoy trail walking and biking I used to go as a child to raging waters I would love for it to be something on the same sort s water park or even better upgraded. More things added. Ect. Mountain Biking Swimming, rafting Water - natural type (lakes and rivers) Walking on a nice, safe trail system. Enjoying time stopping to relax in a park like setting. Basketball swimming Hiking, roller skating, and snowboarding Pickleball swimming and running Walking under a canopy of trees. Volleyball and kayaking Public park with splash pad, picnic areas and pickleball courts similar to Wardle Fields in Bluffdale, UT Mountain Biking Swimming Swimming Pickleball Golf or swimming WATERPARKS!!! Fishing Swimming Hiking Splash pads! Running, hiking, trail walk. Bicycling, hiking, fishing Water Sports Flood the land into a manmade kayaking pond and access for Kayaking the Jordan River. Walking Water park playing badeball Splash pad, and park for kids 145 Data taken for the Madison and Salt Lake City show that most families have dogs so I think a dog park would be a good idea. Many people like the Jordan Parkway so something like that I think would be fantastic idea or an urban forest would be a very good in the public domain since the air quality can be bad and greenery always looks better than buildings Camping and campfires. Fishing is cool, too. Swimming and swimming I remember going to seven peaks when it was open. My family and I used go everyday all day in the summer. That was my favorite outdoor thing back then. Swimming Playing rugby outside. We have a pro team in Utah the Utah Warriors and they are looking for a stadium. The property should be converted to a pro rugby stadium that can also be used for high school events like state championships for football and soccer. It is on the outskirts of the capital city and is easy to get to. Could be a great place to host competitions locally and also marque events or concerts. Could be a really cool venue with lots of different uses. Bike riding, paddle boarding, picnicking, walking Playing sports Swimming, quality time with family One of my favorite outdoor Past time was Ranging Water during the Summer we would always walk to The park and pay to get wet something my dad and My lil brother would always do we would always get Season pass My favorite was Raging Waters. When it changed to Seven Peaks, it became too expensive. Not allowing outside food was horrible. When it was Raging Waters, I had a season pass. When it changed, I went once and was highly disappointed. Water parks are the pinnacle of amusement parks. If not a water park, build rollercoasters or an indoor snowpark! Water sports Hiking picnicking I loved the water park. I also am fond of ice rinks, and swimming pools and running tracks. Water slides and wave pull Amphitheatre for Shakespeare in the park! Pokemon Go Build dog park with pool for swimming Hiking and fishing Water, sun walking, swimming Swimming Combine selling part of the space to the city for a school and use the rest of it for an outdoor science center. And use some of the space for Pickleball courts. I love Pickleball. Swimming Splash pads Walking, picnics Hiking Picnicing and exploring gardens, etc. the area is missing something reminiscent of Forest Park in St. Louis Missouri. Water slides. I got a pass to raging waters every summer as a teen and took every Tuesday off to go with friends. There isn’t another water park in the area so I think a new one should be built. Hiking Swimming, biking Boating, lakes Water park Swimming Dog park Botanic garden, farmers market/swap meet, fantasy park like Evermore Park in pleasant Grove, Water parks and rides Hiking, kayaking, hammocking, biking We enjoy swimming, kayaking, splash pads, hiking. A space for concerts and theater would be amazing. Enjoying nature. Softball and water parks. Playing tennis Haunted houses are the best! Hiking Swimming Swimming Skiing Dog park, picnicking, hiking, 146 Pool, water park, kids area Skate Swimming and softball Hunting, Fishing Bike trails !! Family time Scuba diving. Swimming and camping Fishing and bmx. Turn it into a fishing pond or skate park Skating Live music / events / venue Hiking. swimming Sledding hill Swimming Family fun Surfing Basketball, Frisbee Golf, Golf (or mini golf) If you don't make it into a pool.... Maybe you either make it into housing for the poor or something unqiue for tourists like a memorial. Maybe you could make it into a Utah Jazz park or maybe a pioneer park. Hiking, running Picnicking, hiking with our dogs Fly fishing Waterparks Swimming Slides Rebuild it Swimming Swimming is a family favorite. Go carts Maybe something with multiple use. Rockhounding Personally if it’s a warm day, Swimming/ water parks are my go to’s. Amusement parks as well. Pretty much anything that involves getting a good thrill :) Basketball Hiking and running Camping We are in need of a family friendly Beer Garden, with a nice playground. Some examples: https://county.milwaukee.gov/EN/Parks/Explore/Beer-Gardens Swimming Family time at the playground Summers at the Raging Waters were epic. Please keep it as a water park. Salt lake has lots of outdoor activity already Dog splash pad Green space. Large park. Walking trails A lovely ppl with trees and play area everyone can enjoy. Sunshine Swimming Soccer, foot golf, bike park The Water Slide Playground and skate park Anime girl cosplay Fire pit Mountain biking Biking/ swimming Outdoor cookouts and games Understanding how nature works... to learn and explore . Swimming I think the city needs more skateparks. The kids love them and they are all so crowded. camping, hiking Golf A city park that includes the waterfront Family fun 147 I have fond summer memories of the water park. My second vote, much, much, lower than the water park would be an amazing park with splash pads. Outdoor movies in the summer, trails for walking around with kids All the stuff at Liberty Park? (This is a really hard question to answer in “one or two words”???) Playing in water or riding our bikes Skating at a skatepark or skiing Camping, hiking, photography, wildlife observation, bonfire nights. Swimming and Boating Something different: archery, CrossFit, rollerderby. (Not soccer, football, skatepark) Biking Swimming Playing fetch with my dog Walking/playing with my dog Pool or splash pad Swimming. Go kart racing Pickle ball, football, Fishing, hiking Playing at a water park Tennis. Water park Biking and skating. A nice outdoor bike pump track and skate park would be awesome for all ages of course. Baseball/swimming Biking. Could be a great mini trail network off the JRP. Or just another nice park / green space. bicycling. Hiking. Swimming!!! Dog park Swimming Water park! Picnics at a park with family- lots of trees, playground, splash pad area Drive in movie All abilities park with a train Water park Minigolf, nature walk Allaccess playgrounds Disc golf Paintball course Walk/Swim Swimming pool Splash pad Park Rides like Liberty Park Small concessions Biking/boating Going to waterparks Beach volleyball My favorite outdoor pastime is paddle boarding or kayaking on a lake somewhere. Biking Water park Water park If not a "water park", make a splash pad, a dog park, a regular park, a soccer field or combination of those. Call it the Salt Lake Outdoor Play Zone or something Hiking, festivals. Walking, cycling Concerts Water park Ampa Theater Soccer and snowboarding I think a disc golf course would be fun to have once the water park is disassembled. Water fun 148 Going there every summer with my family growing up and then taking my own kids Basketball, soccer I love hiking. And I love interactive art. I think we have enough outdoor recreation. Please use the funds to provide shelter for unhoused individuals and families. Raging Waters rock climbing Running & biking. This would be a good site to build a biking pump track on, similar to what they've down in Draper Swimming and SUP bike park! Swimming, paddle boarding Walking or hiking. Hunting Sports and camping Swimming, walking or biking on safe paved paths, relaxing in the shade Outdoor concert High school I miss the old raging waters it was the best so ideally a water park would be fantastic dance, but i think it should be a skate park Spikeball, picnic, hikes Walking and hiking My favorite outdoor pastime would probably be camping, picnics with family, etc. Biking, running Regardless of my favorite outdoor pastime, I feel that the community needs additional places (free or very affordable) & things for youth to hang out & play. Splash pad Tennis court Biking, some dirt bike paths would be cool. I like viewing nature, birds and butterflies primarily, and it would be great to have spaces that would attract them Walking, running I am a member of the Utah Airsoft Group and find that my favorite outdoor pastime at present would be airsofting. As a member of the community I can say for lot's of others that allowing for this to be used to play games for a time would be something people would greatly enjoy as it is difficult to find urban places to play. So if this could be opened up to the airsofting community for a short time a lot of people would be extremely happy. Pool Motorcycle riding Swimming or hiking Swimming Biking, running, swimming, tennis, pickle ball, skateboarding. Swimming Skateboarding Pools Sledding, tubing Skate boarding Kids play ground and dog park. Paintball or Woodsball Pool time! Gotta cool off! It use to be seven peaks. Cherry hill Camping Parkour everyday Off leash dog park Outdoor concert venue Public park Skking. But I say make it a skate park or playground/park. Swimming and hiking Bbq and swimming. Raging Waters Swimming. Picnicking and playgrounds. Anything!!! Just make it cost effective for families. Paintball? Obstacle courses? Dog park? Swimming Watching surfing I go Golfing, in the spring & summer time 149 Hiking. Canoeing, biking, swimming Water parks, night games Fishing Walking, swimming, picnics Taking my dog to a dog park with a large off leash area! Rock climbing. Swimming Park with lots of trees! Mountain biking Dog park & hiking, walking & biking trails Shooting Range Volleyball, tennis, pickleball Water park could be fun. I also enjoy outdoor sports. Maybe it could be used to set up some new batting cages! There are some in south Jordan but that is really far to travel just to practice for a few minutes. Maybe a similar structure to what Mulligans has could be fun. Batting cages, mini golf, golf (top golf style?). Softball fields? walking and biking paths Coachella If I can only use two words it would be Concerts and festivals. However, I choose to tell you more. This area could be used for mass gatherings like farmers market, festivals etc. It could be designed with bike trails coming off of the Jordan River parkway so it could be green space for this community to gather. There is a library close by that could be incorporated in the trail system. There could be food trucks on a schedule and people could get food and stay to eat. Maybe even a splash pad in the summer, If done properly this area can generate tax revenue instead of attracting homeless and hooligans. Water park Waterparks I enjoy running and swimming. But, maybe make it Utah's biggest and best splash pad or Utah's biggest destination park similar to Lodestone Park or Wardle Fields Regional Park but bigger and better Skiing Hiking and biking We love going to the pool and water parks!! But would enjoy a drive in theater or a new mall or an updated water park Walking riding bike Swimming in outdoor pool Swimming, baseball park Make it a park similar to Thunder Junction or the one in Bluffdale. Add some water features for summer. Part of it could be a skate park. I loved the wave pool there Swimming with family Water parks Picnics at pretty parks Swimming Rock Climbing Swimming/ Basketball courts Sledding Wakeboard Park Whitewater kayaking concerts Swimming park- walking Swimming Swimming, camping Water parks and pickleball Paintball Beach time Mountain biking Take baby to playground The wave pool , it was unique Swimming Disc golf 150 biking and hiking Running, hiking, biking I like biking most. The valley has ample resources for road, gravel, and mountain biking. one thing we DON'T have that I think would be AMAZING for the area is a velodrome. There were talks of building one down in a Draper a while back if I recall correctly. I think the Salt Lake biking community would be much more likely to use such a structure, and it would certainly be appropriate for it to be located on the Valley's most famous bike path. build a skating/ice skating rink in the middle and/or bike polo courts. Allow food trucks and, in a perfect world, a bar, and you've created a social space unlike anything on the JRP. The closest Velodrome is in Colorado Springs. Salt Lake is cooler and better than Colorado Springs and it would be easy to book events. Once installed it would be a potential revenue generator. Splash pads and shade and playgrounds Hiking and paddle boarding Cycling Swimming In the summer time it would be swimming and concerts (we have enough concert halls in this city) Water parks Natural park Swimming (like rec center). Splash pad Swimming, picnicking, and splash pad for kids. Swimming Swimming outside Water park or adventure park astronomy - stargazing Whitewater kayaking Picnics in the park Green space. Playing with my children Water pad Water parks Field space for ultimate frisbee, rugby and/or soccer games. Hiking, swimming, picnics in the park with my family Family fun I think turning it into a winter sledding and ice skating would be amazing. Also an all abilities play ground world be wonderful too. Airsoft and hiking Feeding ducks Raging waters waterpark! Swimming. Could it be a rec/ multi purpose center. Dog park with a pond for the dogs to swim Rock climbing Peaceful walks Holiday activities and time with family outdoors. Airsofting open park jogging I think an outdoor activity park should be built with a recreation center, an onsite youth center staffed with counselors and perhaps a substation for SLPD with outreach program. The outdoor features should have skateboarding bowls, bicycle trails (on and off road), climbing wall, soccer area, basketball area. Pool time Camping, Swimming Dogs and food Hiking and camping This place Skateboarding Water park Rock climbing and picnicking Family Fun Center. Bigger than boondocks. Water Swimming Action Park. Lazy Rivers. Swimming hiking Water park or let lagoon manage it they do a good job. Gardening outdoor walking. Birdwatching along the Jordan River 151 A smaller venue like red butte with an amphitheater for concerts would be fun along with trails open for walking dogs or biking My favorite outdoor activities I’ve always enjoyed and still do is play pickle ball, as well as volleyball. I love parks with a variety of playgrounds. Pickleball is so fun and a great way to be active. Playgrounds for adults and kids. Maybe you can Create a splash pad area and have one or two water slides - as part of memory of what the park used to be. Rock climbing mountain biking This water park was my favorite past time growing up and continued for my own kids Park for small infant toddlers Skiing! I definitely think we need more activities for families and kids. We loved the pool and prefer it be a pool or splash pad of some sort Park, pond Swimming hiking anything outdoors Swimming or biking Whatever you do with it, make sure that there's a water element to it (like a splash pad area?) golf, hiking, dog park Water park. Maybe a water park you can turn into a ice ring or something during the winter. Hiking and biking. Please add a Jordan River Trail Spur and some dirt trails Water parks, walking dogs, riding scooters, hiking,swimming exploring nature Mtn biking. Pump tracks and some jump courses would work great in this space. Water park fun Swimming Hiking, walking Hiking Splash pad Airsoft I think it's important to have a waterpark component - especially in this low income area. This allows fun outdoor children focused activities closer to minority and low income youth. Don't tear down the slides and pools until you have a real plan of what it will become. hiking, biking Could Salt Lake City use centraly located soccer, rugby, baseball, etc fields? If properly designed with tree-shaded alleyways, it could be relatively waterwise as well, and used as a Park as well as for sports. Also space for a Community garden for Glendale? Cycling hiking Swimming! Even if it’s just in a pool. I think turning it into a skating rink where they could also do ice skating in the winter with skate rentals would be awesome! Outdoor concerts, or a skate park Hiking, mountain biking hiking, hanging out walking with my dog among green open space and kayaking, paddling on the Jordan River Water park Swimming, hiking, and biking. Swimming, walking Basketball, tennis, volleyball campfire Waterpark For decades, I have researched all of the various entertainment recreational activities in Utah back to the beginning. While not as popular as they once were, water parks are staying fairly steady in popularity in Utah. Not quite as popular as bowling, but more popular than many other summer outdoor attractions. Miniature golf remains among the more popular activities, in Utah, and has among the lowest maintenance costs. Ice Skating is quite popular, as well, but only for 2-3 months, peaking in December, but could provide a winter use for the park. Thus, a recommendation would be to keep and redesign part of the water park so that it flows better and add miniature golf, go-karts, bumper boats, and hot tubs. Make the Lazy River interact between all attractions. Have ice skating in the winter with the hot tubs. If the miniature golf is designed correctly, then it could also be used in the winter. Cycling Running Farmer's markets, food trucks, outdoor concerts, seasonal events. Sports complex: tennis courts, baseball, soccer fields, etc. Water slides and pools Yes, I remember having SO much fun here when I was younger and I feel like bringing something similar or better back would be great! Pickle ball Tennis Wave pool 152 Sledding Sports. Boating Walking dogs Mountain biking Golf, biking Mountain biking golf, swimming, disc golf, dirt bikes, jogging Skateboarding biking, kayaking, running. Use Liberty Park as a model. My kids would love a splash pad. I think also adding an ampitheater of some sort and a park could offer a lot to the communiyt. Paintball Dog park do a beach like bartholomew park in Springville. We could call it tweaker beach. Swimming. Fishing and hunting Bird watching, walking Pickle ball, skate park, soccer fields, extreme playground with see saws and cool slides Mountain biking. Soccer Walks on a nature trail Boating in lake Concerts, Farmers Markets, walks, exercise Not golf, not tennis. Walking, biking checking out trees. Something like a boondocks Walking/hiking Walking Bicycling, golfing kayaking biking. A pump track and some trails for all skill levels, from tiny kids on up, would be awesome. Running, swimming, skateboarding Hiking, biking Hiking, pickle ball, dog parks biking, picnicking, bird watching People watching Paddle boarding. Put in man made lake! Walks, playing on playgrounds, splash pad/water play. A water park is a facility that won’t be overrun by homeless encampments. Keep it build it support it. Making it into another conventional park is just one more place the homeless and criminals can occupy. Mountain biking Something like Wheeler Farm or This is the Place Pool, nature walks or horses! Frisbee Cycling: what about a cycling park or velodrome, such as what they've done in Draper? waterpark Hiking, swimming. Biking Water parks a supplemental aviary for West Side SLC residents, with strolling gardens, childrens gardens, a BioMimicry designed buidling as a children's classroom teaching vermiculture soil care, the care and feeding of butterflies and bees -- and fishing ponds for residents too, where west side Salt Lakers have access to a living classroom teaching us how to care for our community of trees and other living things -- plus in terms of higher tech conservation teaching, maybe their could be a computer classroom with communications systems for kids to build friendships with children in other countries who are also facing climate change and also learning optimal new practices for caring for their peoples' water and soil. Rowing Fishing Kayaking Sunbathing Paddleboarding Pool play Basketball and hiking I have fond memories of raging waters, if a new water park is possible that would be best. 153 Hiking Walking Nature walks. Dog park or "haunted" water park! Mountain biking! Cycling - make it a year round cyclocross/ short track mtb course park. We need more bike parks for families! Biking has exploded and there’s not many places to ride in the Salt Lake valley that aren’t advanced trails only. These bike parks provide trails of all levels, so riders can start at an entry level and progress, regardless of age. We currently drive to Trailside Park or Draper, which are both 30 min away. Mountain biking. Being outside in nature Outdoor entertainment and event venue. Food truck Park and Farmers market location. Arts festival venue and home to pride celebrations and other Civic gatherings to celebrate Utah and diversity. Bike park Dirt jumps Mountain biking Mountain biking Bicycling Mountain Bike Mountain Biking Mountain biking Biking. Create a mountain bike course Mountain biking. Mountain biking mtn biking Biking, trail running, frisbee golf Climbing and Surfing Mounting Biking Mountain biking with jumps Mountain Biking, or BMX facility would be a hit. We have the best market for mountain biking anywhere in the country. This could be a very unique and fun outdoor sports and education center. Would love to help make this a reality! I think we should rebuild a waterpark Mountain biking Cycling. Any form of cycling. Let’s put a velo drome in like we were supposed to in draper. Or even a bike park that can be lit up at night Mountain biking is my favorite pastime Biking! mountain biking Riding bikes, fishing, going for walks/dog walks, picnics Mountain biking Bicycling Please turn this into an outdoor bike park! Mountain biking is a healthy and fun way to recreate outdoors Mountain biking and Snowboarding Mountain biking Riding bikes! This would be an amazing place for a bike park Biking. Mountain bike park Mountain biking! A bike park would be awesome there Mountain biking Mountain biking Mountain Biking Mountain biking I think having a place for kids and adult to ride their bikes would be great. Turn it into a bike park. Mountain biking and bike skills park, kayaking. Mountain biking Mountain biking Climbing and skiing rock climbing, golf, cycling, mountain biking Cycling. Mountain biking Riding bikes. Biking and swimming Mountain biking is my favorite and the fastest growing sport in Utah. It also supports the economy as a major source of local business and tourism revenue. It’s good for community and keeps kids focused on physical health and growth. Surfing swimming 154 Biking and running Mountain Biking Mountain Biking Mountain biking Biking This space would make for an awesome bike park. With the way high school mountain bike has taken off in Utah. This space could get incredible use of a bike park encouraging more people to explore and hone hobbies outdoors and help alleviate trail systems. Bike park, skate park Cycling, mountain biking, criterium racing, pump tracks. Mountain Biking Bikes Bike park Surfing, biking, kayak Park. Dirt Jumping. Make it a dirt jumping bike park. Stat. Mountain biking Mountain bike Mtn bike park! Pump track, skills course, wooden features Riding bikes. Mountain Biking Mtn biking trails park A park that included a splash pad would be fun Mountain biking Would love to see this turn into a bike park like the 900S 9 line park, Trailside park in Park City or something along those lines. Maybe a splash pad in addition so kids could cool down on those hot days? Mountain biking Riding bikes I have so many. Being outdoors and in the wilderness is my favorite pastime. Mountain biking. Bicycling. As a child, I always enjoyed Walking and exploring natural, riparian areas. Cycling This would make a great mountain bike park Mountain Biker. Mountain bike/ bike park would be fantastic as the cycling community is growing rapidly with the population. Biking Mountain bike park, please! Mountain biking. Walking! Biking kayaking climbing Mountain biking kayaking, bicycle riding Biking, Bike Parks Running and biking Mountain biking and skiing. Mountain Biking and Trail Running A bike park would be awesome Cycling is a fantastic outdoor activity that provides cardiovascular exercise as well as social interactions. My favorite outdoor pastime is cycling and this land would be an ideal location for a mountain bike themed trails and skills park for all ages. Disc golf, mountain biking. I think you should consider what the town of Frisco Colorado has done and create an "Adventure Park". https://www.townoffrisco. com/play/frisco-adventure-park-summer/general-info/ This park has facilities for a lot of up-and-coming sports that don't typically get featured in standard city parks. Mountain Biking! Cycling. This space would make an incredible bike park and could provide affordable recreation for thousands in the valley. Hiking/Biking mountain biking Bike park! Bike park! Bike park!!! Mtb biking Mountain biking! Skiing Mountain biking Mountain biking Mountain Biking! bike trails please! Mountain biking 155 Absolutely this would be an incredible mixed park for mountain bikes, BMX, and skateboarding. You could use the hill to build a park similar to what Boise Idaho has and/or snake hollow bike park in St George. The lazy River could be repurposed to a really cool asphalt pump track, the swimming pools could be repurposed to skate parks Mountain biking Hiking/walking/running Mountain biking Velodrome, dirt bike park, skate park. Pump track My favorite outdoor recreation is mountain biking. It's great exercise , it's a great way to meet people and I can help build a stronger neighborhood Mountain biking Mountain biking Mountain biking Velodrome/bike park Mountain biking disc golf, and/or a lagoon for water sports (kayak, SUP, etc.) Mountain biking Mountain biking! Mountain bike park would be fun for the family. They could get longer season of use. Biking, with its proximity to the Jordan River trail this would be a great location for an urban bike park. Look at eagle mountain bike park, progressive ramps and jumps for all skill levels. Mountain Biking! Cycling. Make it a bike park Biking and running Bike park Swimming, trail running, ski touring. We would love to see this space turned into a bike park. My family currently travels to park city and corner canyon in drainer a few times a week to mountain bike. We would love to stay in the salt lake valley and have a place to practice our mountain bike skills. Mountain biking Mountain biking Riding my bicycle. Airsoft I hike. Camp. Fish all the things you have to go to the mountains for. A outdoor park would be very cool Amusement park! Haunted house/park Mountain biking Mountain biking Mountain biking. Mountain Biking Mountain biking Cycling skatepark Mountain biking and jumping I go the local jump parks all the time. It’s a great spot to meet others in my community who are like minded Biking. And skiing. But this seems like a natural bike park. Or maybe a river wave? A river wave like they have in Durango CO would be very cool. Riding my bike at Trailside. Wish there was a bike park like that with features closer to SLC. BIke park Bike park Mountain biking! The industry is growing ridiculously fast and we all want more mountain bike parks Mountain biking Mountain biking BIKES Walking Mointain Biking Disc Golf Mountain biking Bikes! Mountain and bmx! It would make a fun bike skills park. You could even possibly use some of the waterside parts as berms and keep a nod at what it once was. That could be super fun! BIKE PARK Bike park Bike parks Sun and water Mountain Biking Ice skating, rollerblading, mountain biking, Christmas Village, coffee shop, concerts, swimming, make an outdoor recreation center, rock walls, so much could be done! Nature and Plants Mtn biking, skate boarding, scooter. Drive-in theaters 156 Rock climbing A multitude bike park. These were safe places to go and kids are always helping other kids. Cycling Mountain biking Swimming Mountain biking! This sport is huge in the state and people would come from all over and spend money in the area. People want to see progression features, begginer through expert. A mix of jumps, wooden features and berms. Lots of the old equipment, wood, slide material and other stuff could be used. Hiking Mountain biking Mountain biking Cycling - put in a bike park! It would be a wonderful Cyclocross venue (of which there are very very very few in the Salt Lake Valley) We have a very vibrate cyclocross racing series (UTCX.net) and they have an incredibly difficult time hosting races in the Salt Lake Valley - despite most racers living here. Mountain biking Mountain Biking Mountain bike Mountain Biking Mountain biking Mountain biking Make it an outdoor concert venue perhaps with year-round park. Mountain biking. Make the place into a huge bike park Biking Mountain biking Mountain biking Mountain biking Biking Bike park. Cycling I love going for walks or riding bikes in a nice tree field area. Water and sun Biking. Walking Water park Hiking and biking. Would love to see this turned into a bike park Golf. Walking. Skiing, but since that isn’t possible there a good idea would be to make is a park focused on the Jordan River. There is already a boat landing there. Mountain biking! Mountain biking Biking BIKE PARK Nature, playing with my friends Mountain biking Mountain biking Outdoor basketball, dog parks, rock climbing Biking Bike park Surfing Mtn Biking Mountain biking Mountain biking Cycling, running Flyfishing Mountain biking and rock climbing Spending time with family. A waterpark would be very nice to have nearby. cycling, hiking, hunting. I know with SLC and the Salt Lake Valley projected population growth we are going to continue to have more users per acre of park / open space. I hope this is an opportunity to expand the open space in the salt lake area. Hiking/playground with my kids My family and I enjoy outdoor activities such as mini golf and water parks. Please make a public, city ran, bike park. There is a bike park in Boise, Idaho that is amazing. I understand there are a few bike parks around, like Draper and 9 Line. Make a bike park that has asphalted pump tracks, jump lines from beginner to professional. Include a sprinkler system, drinking fountains, bike tool area, picnic tables, shade, etc... I think a playground would be fun, especially if it had exercise equipment or adult sized swings so everyone could enjoy it Nature strolls, hikes, wading, fishing. Too many parks in SL valley are grass and used for sports. More natural uses are needed in the valley. Walking, running and taking my kids to an outdoor space to get their wiggles out. Walking in the park, trails, bike Kids splash 💦 157 cycling Water/green Spending time in parks in Portland Oregon. Plant some trees, make space for families community events and an off leash dog area! Swimming, training center Climming, sculpting- Paddle boarding Water parks and picnics, maybe some rides Fishing on a lake. Dog park, walking trails w sidewalks or flat surface lights, benches, trash cans Walking the dog and have a coffee / drink and food in the park . A park with Loads of trees . Maybe part can be a dog park and other part a survival park with tree Climb etc Walking with my dog Sitting amongst trees and beautiful gardens. Some gigantic trees should be brought in on this project to intersperse with 2-4in caliper trees. A skate park would be cool for the kids too, maybe a few water features to play in on hot days, and trees, tables, and large sculpture. Mountain/road biking, hiking, picnics, wildlife watching Splash pad Cycling! An outdoor velodrome and other bike park features would be amazing! outdoor movies, Pokémon Go Water parks Ponds or local small fishing areas Fly fishing Concert park, amphitheater, farmers market site, activity park like the American ninja warrior site, ninja playground park, with similar features to exercise/ obstacle course. Nature. I think the area should be turned into a community garden. With covid and our current economic situation there is a lot of food insecurity. Growing food for the community would be a win win Taking my grandsons to feed the ducks, walking through nature. N/A Swimming. Biking Utv exploration. Visiting Beautiful water displays such as the fountains at Station Park or City Creek. biking, hiking, cross country skiing No, Covid is going on .. Concerts SKATE PARK, SKATING RINK, SOCCER FIELDS 500 Splash pad/ Sensory park Swimming Going there and swimming with family biking Indoor swimming park. open space with trees, flowers, plants and a playground, soccer goals, and baseball diamond. Cycling Swimming Splash pad for daughter, park walks Water slides Hiking and running Bike riding Waterpark fun! Raging Waters was a blast! Swimming, and playing in the desert Abandoned saftey hazards Racing Outdoor movies and swimming Walking downtown without all the homelessness and blatant drug use. Make this a homeless recreation area or camp site or similar. Get them out of downtown and off State Street 158 Biking Playing outside Water slides Playing on the playground Amusement/water park Water park Play everywhere with friends was fun Camping Staying cool during the summer, bike park Picnic and swimming Hiking Golf / driving range Swimming, Hiking Volleyball, adult type park Skateboarding I think it should be a park that families don't have to pay to access say for a game of family football or soccer. We were only able to go the seven peaks once because of the cost and while we had a good time if it were a park that has a pool along with ball parks or soccer fields in addition to other activities such as Redwood center so it can be used all year not just summer. Family fun Hiking. Frisbee golf walking Backpacking Would love another park or garden. Maybe a public pool would be interesting. I really like hiking and biking and we kind of have that covered with the trail nearby. Maybe an outdoor rollarskating rink. Also could be a good spot for a community garden or greenhouse. Swimming Love the water park Biking and rollerblading Spending time around lakes of streams Lazy river Fishing, hiking, skiing, ice skating Something watery... pools... maybe more natural and rocks... like at liberty park. It would be nice to have more swimming areas in SLC. Maybe a drive in out door theatre? Picnic areas.. I was a lifeguard there for two years and have many fond memories of that place. I have an old Raging Waters yearbook I'll look for to submit photos. Swimming Water park I think swimming and water are great. Also perhaps an outdoor concert venue could be cool Theme parks, bike riding, snow skiing, water skiing Biking Camping, boating Swimming, camping Cycling Petting farm Swimming Rock climbing Playgrounds, sports, picnics Camping and playing !! kayaking, dog park The wave pool Water park Amphitheater concerts Water parks/mini golf batting cages Playing at the waterpark!!! Family activities. Rock climbing Swimming Sports, tanning fresh air Swimming, boating, skiing, biking. 159 Surf simulator Gardening Water Park Water and volleyball Pickle ball, Rugby Hiking Playing at the park Skateboarding Build a skatepark Pickleball Dog parks Hiking Just relaxing Hiking Zip line park Playing with my kids at the park or having a picnic with them. Spent time with family at this park as a child and would love to see it back functioning for family’s to continue to enjoy and kids to grow up around Swimming or amusement parks Drive or walk in movies It could just be a big, beautiful park! Hiking and Biking Water skiing and camping with family. Swimming Swimming and camping Swimming outside I loved indoor recreational facilities, I believe the area should invest in a large recreational center Camping, hiking Mountain biking Raging waters Swimming Fairs Bike riding Pickleball Mini golf or zoo I love water park or amusement parks. Swimming Abundant nature viewing I love to go swimming and picnicking. Water park. Playground Hunting!!! First of all: GOOD!!!! We are enough concrete jungle already. I'll just give my ideas as my hobbies aren't in the city but any water park or big pool park with lots of grass to lay out on woud be a hit. Also a dog pool. Gated part of it. Or an obstacle outdoor course. Fun fitness is the best. Everything at own risk of course. Volleyball and cycling Mountain biking, dirt jumping Dirt bikes Swimming. Water play Water slides Long walks Cycle and gaming Swimming & picnics Swimming, sunbathing Offroad, water, target shooting Roller skating!! Water sports Hiking Water park Botanical gardens Disc golf 160 I like somewhere fun and close that I could take my friends to hangout. Hiking Reading, people watching, giving back to the community To be honest, this would be a perfect location for the city to develop a second USA bmx sanctioned race track in salt lake county. Would be wonderful place to work together with rad canyon bmx. Santa Clara Utah has just finished a new USA bmx sanctioned race track and it's a site to behold. Utah's race tracks are far and few between and make it extremely difficult for Utah's kids to compete with the rest of the countries kids and to also Perdue their dreams of becoming an Olympian in this sport. Please consider the idea. It would change allot of youths lives to say the least. And would be an amazing attraction in the salt lake county!! Watching my kids play in nature. Swimming, canoeing/kayaking, wading/splash pad, picnicking, ice skating Basketball Anything with water!! Please don't tear down Raging Waters. So many Utahns have such great memories swimming there. Memories that I^d ike to continue with my kids and take them there, take them to the greatest water park ever, RagIng Waters!! SAVE RAGING WATERS!! SAVE THE WATER PARK!! PLS FIND AWAY TO KEEP AND GET IT UP AND RUNNING AGAIN. Swimming and hiking I dont really do outside, I do enjoy swimming and such so a small artifical lake wouldn't be a miss. Skateboard Park or a small forest with trail for running or biking to be green Sleeping The wave pool was awesome. I worked here under the seven peaks staff. Our food was always hot. The slides the lazy river. It's a blast to spend a day here. Riding UTV Water parks. I used to live in Phoenix and they have three giant water parks in the Phoenix valley that are a blast. SLC does not have even one anymore but they should focus on reestablishing one. Swimming amd hiking Swimming Surfing Playground equipment Rock climbing Biking! Water Parks swimming Savoring the energy of nature in a pristine permaculture environment which demonstrates a symbiotic interaction between livestock, fish, and plant growth which produces healthy , economic food production ripe for picking and petting. Visiting self-pick or self-harvest organic food production theme parks run by previously homeless and/or mentally handicapped individuals within a family-safe setting. Water play Mountain biking Pickleball I love parks with lots of grass for playing games like frisbee. A sand pit for volleyball would be awesome. Paved asphalt walking path around the perimeter, maybe a combined biking path as well. Hiking, camping, outdoor shooting. Paddle boating Swimming, bike, paintball Swimming walking on mountain trails Gardening....many people want to grow their own food but dont have space. Create a grid of plots with path and trails...and lease the tiny plots ( 20 ft x 20 ft) to those that want to garden ? Run piping for water. Extra food could go to food banks. Roller skating Reading Dog walking Mountain biking Swimming Walking in nature- that is a big site and could have some very nice trails, perhaps with a lake or pond and lots of trees and flowers. A really nice, general park. Water Park! Water park Swimming Swimming and fishing Hiking and fishing Pool swimming. 161 Water park Soccer and tennis Running playground I love mountain bikig, the hill at the park would be great for a bike park. Salt Lake City in general needs an additional fun spot aside from outdoor parks and Lagoon, so anything that isn't an outdoor park that kids & adults can have fun in would be something to look into. Swimming I enjoy walking as well as going to the pool or lake. I think something similar to Liberty Park would be awesome! Family fun, lots of shade. Water elements. Swimming in the summer Play grounds Dog Park Bungee trampoline & water slides. Sports/fishing Water activities Mountain biking Swimming Going on walks Fenced dog park, grass and playground Drive in movies Kayaking course Go to public parks and just relax on the grass, enjoying nature as is Hanging out Hockey and football. Build a stadium. Lagoon Walking/hiking walking, pickleball Hiking Swimming These new splash pads are really epic for kids, they are us usually in higher priced areas for sure. Me personally, I love watching my kids play and enjoy themselves, I also like zoo’s and aviaries. I miss the little carnival at liberty park with the Ferris wheel. Hiking, dog parks,picnics,etc. Walking or hiking with kids and our dogs New water park!! Roller skating Playgrounds, picnics, bike rides Mountain biking Hiking/ strolling through natural Utah landscape. I think restoring it to a natural landscape would be great Swimming It should include a splash pad with greenspace and updated pickle ball and tennis courts, bocce ball pits, and fields for kickball and softball. We need more options for these things than just the 11th Ave Park or Liberty Park. Swimming Biking, hiking Water Slide Wave pool Skateboarding/scooter Dirt biking, camping, rafting, mountain biking, hiking, pickleball, tennis, picnicking with family. City Park Going to water parks, amusement parks, or skateboarding. Volleyball Fishing or skating I love rock climbing! That would be cool to have a big rock climbing wall! Summer activities Swimming in a wave pool. Swimming Walking with my family and enjoying the outdoors. Water park Hiking, ultimate frisbee, biking Fishing and foraging for wild edible plants and fungi are about even. I camp and four wheel. But that has nothing to do with building a better water park. Skate park, just another public park with a running trail or something. Keep it a water park 162 Rafting. Salt lake could really stand out and draw in a crowd if the water park reflected some of the natural aspects of Utah. Add a whitewater park with a kayaking river and play waves. Being right on the Jordan River, it could encorporate some of the natural features and things that attract people to Utah, the great rivers and rafting opportunities. Swimming Fishing Swimming! Swimming Water parks and sporting parks like Trafalga. However, we already have a few of those. Water parks would be more my speed. Laying in the sun, swimming and having something fun to do. Wave pool fishing Be in a wave pool. Play out doors with my dog Water park Pickleball and walks in the park Swimming, hiking Pickleball Swimming, fishing. Airsoft. Hiking and swimming. splash pad/park Biking, Birdwatching, wildflower identification Doing something safe and affordable with my kids. Disc golf Family friendly golf extending / multiple use park Biking and walking Hanging out with my family Climbing Gardening Hiking with my dogs. Biking, climbing, camping Swimming Hunting and fishing Kids park Water park Soccer & Football Hiking/swimming Going to a park or dog park Skateboarding Water park BBQs and camping Lagoon amusement park, Jordan walkway Per my last comment, I believe that, with some wrangling, something could be done to allow for mixed-use development here, with the principal and prevailing use being recreational. The SLC RDA should get involved to build a plan for a development that contemplates which resources provide the greatest opportunities to draw the public into this space. (RDA and DJ Baxter spent a significant amount of time about a decade ago working through how to best activate Gallivan Plaza. I think it had to do with a "Rule of Tens" principal. Brianne McConkie headed the effort on the RDA staff.) To answer the question, our outdoor passion is river running, and the Jordan River needs to be put to use! Once the recreational opportunities are explored and fleshed-out, then an effort can be made to thoughtfully fold in mixed-use residential, retail, programming, and perhaps institutional uses to ensure that the city-owned asset remains an active space and doesn't fall victim to vandalism and crime. Softball\swim Public oarks Zip lining, rock climbing, swimming Airsoft I really like Parkway Park. It has a playground, basketball courts, tennis courts, and a soccer field. If Glendale had a park like that they would really enjoy it. Community renovated Water park is the best solution for that space. taking the grandkids to play in the water i took my kids for years. Riding motorcycle s and side by sides. Camping and bonfires swimming Bike and skate park Pickleball is my top suggestion. As it grows in popularity in SLC, it is becoming harder and harder to find available courts to play. A community garden could also be cool. 163 Parks. Even a public pool. Dog park. Baseball field. Skate park. Renaissance fair All ability parks Water park. Parks with nature like hikes. I imagine a park where it embodies all of the canyons out city is surrounded by A public park similar to Liberty Park would be an incredible option. NO MORE DEVELOPMENT Ideas: -Frisbee golf course -Public running track -Skate Park -Mountain bike park with jumps -Splash pad -Road bike course -Drive in movies -Outdoor kitchens -Fishing pond -Amphitheater -Giant kids playground -Sports complex -Reptile house/bird sanctuary There’s lots of things you can do with a few acres of land down there. I like hiking and swimming It would be playing soccer Sun bathing. Nature walks. Dog walking. Fishing I’ve lived across the street from this park my whole life and it was always the highlight of the summer for my siblings and I! Hiking, nature. Swimming Water parks Anything water related Public Gardens swimming Community based events. Splah Pad Water Kickball! Hammocking Water parks Family activities. Water parks with slides and splash pads. hiking, jogging I think It should be turned into a skate park/play ground area for kids. walking dogs swimming picnics Mountain Biking the boomerang Hiking. Whitewater, Mountain Biking Swimming Disc golf, rollerblading I think making it a skate park would be a great idea. They could use alot of what's there for a rough base to build on, or over. WAKEBOARDING! Surfing. Swimming. All of the above should be involved in this. Water parks Sitting in the lazy river and wave pool with my mom soaking in the sun and hurrying back to our cooler to get some sandwiches and cool off in the shade Going to concerts, mini golf, and reading in the sun. I'm not much of a sports person... Swimming Nature loitering Boating Turn it into a garden with trees kind of like Chicago’s conservatory. f 164 Building trails for biking would be awesome. Bike Park features Parks with my kids Walking, picnicking, and biking Gardening, my kids skateboard and ride BMX bikes Amusement parks Swimming Mountain Biking, Snowboarding, Sledding None. Make it into a goddamn homeless shelter. You’re not taking care of the people in your city and regardless of whether you see them as humans with value or not. They deserve to have a place to sleep and eat. There’s so much space. Build a homeless shelter Hiking Lagoon! Water Hanging out with family at wholesome family outdoor entertainment spot. Trail walking. Wild nature. Water park Cycling and jogging. Floating the river would be a nice addition. amusement park Swimming, riding bikes. The sun is hitting and the pool is outside there’s more space and way better than being inside Swimming, walking Seven peaks Hiking, running defensive Gun range shooting and training facility. Reference front sight in Nevada. Wake boarding, surfing We loved it when it was safe and popular. I hasn’t been used forever and it’s way out there for Salt Lake City . It’s in an unsafe area . Time for a change make it different kind of park , smaller playground area . Säle some of the land off for homes . Playgrounds, volleyball, running WAKEBOARDING, ANY WATER SPORTS WAKEBOARDING! Watersports. Wakeboarding, snowboarding, surfing Waater sports, soccer, hockey Watersports, Basketball WAKEBOARDING! Walking, and playing disc golf. If I may add additional input: a park similar to New York's Highline would be amazing in Salt Lake City. But, because there aren't skyscrapers around, the park itself would then surround a small outdoor concert venue turned skating rink in the winter. Something along those lines would be incredible for Salt Lake. Being separated from automobiles, dirt and pollution. That's all anybody going to a park really wants. Make a peaceful, green space. Adding amenities for specific individuals' enjoyment is icing on the cake but if you can't carve out the green space from the urban setting, it's not a very good park. Softball Family gatherings going to a water park Swimming Running Going to the park ?? Scenic walks or cooking food outside with friends. Water slides Swimming I would like more availability of recreational pools/water theme parks. Lagoon is the only place I can think of that passes for adults to enjoy. Not sure. Water park Riding my bike at skateparks, pump tracks and dirt made bike parks! Rock climbing Skate bord Skating Rock climbing Going to the water park Disc golf, outdoor park Hiking (probably not useful here) Honestly it would be a Waterpark! Maybe next would be a beautiful city park with tennis and pickelball courts, basketball courts, soccer fields and playgrounds. Football. 165 Divide the park by age groups and species. Have a nice quiet park for seniors, have a skate park for teenagers, have a adventure park for kids. In this adventure park, you can have a pond with fish and frogs for kids to look and explore, also have like a ninja course for big kids to do and a huge tree house to explore. Have a doggie park. A huge bike trail around the park. You can also built little houses like the House of Nations in Balboa Park, in San Diego California. Each house represents a country. Balboa Park is a great example of a park, it has a beautiful pond, it has vivarium where you can learn about plants, it has museums where you can learn, it has a trolley, and it also has a stadium where musicians give concerts during the week. You can get teenager volunteers to help design and built the skate park. Dog lovers to help built the doggie park. The more you get the community involved in turning this place around, the more sense of ownership you will get from the community. It was Skiing camping and Hiking Frisbee golf Hiking and camping. Going to Raging Waters! bike park Splash pad Go Cart racing. Water parks. I think creating a water park and outdoor recreation area that can be used for family entertainment and picnics would be great. A safe environment that provides a place for other outdoor activities like climbing walls, basketball, tennis, skating, and a splash pad would be great as well. Consider even a dual use for summer and winter. Water park in the summer and ice skating and other winter activities when it’s cold. That could provide year-round activities and employment. Water park. Or outsdoor water focused park. Relaxing Skateboarding Flower garden, Japanese garden. Hiking/walking Homeless-free park Camping, hiking, swimming, canoeing, horseback riding, water skiing. swimming Swimming It should return to a more natural state. Perhaps you incorporate water features, or a natural swimming area/pool. I love swimming, hiking, and picnicking outdoors. mountain biking sports Merry go round Swimming and waterslides Swimming Hiking Sitting in the sunshine near a bubbling stream. Swimming Swimming Pickle ball courts with lights. People will definitely use it because it’s a popular sport right now Skateboarding Botanizing & wildlife viewing. Walking my dog are playing outside with my kids. I just enjoy relaxing in the shade. But a skate park would be great in this area. And a lot of the structure is already there. You could possibly save money by using at least some of the preexisting structure. Dirt bikes Amusement parks Relaxing and having fun My family went to raging waters every year multiple times in the summer( we traveled over 3 hours to go to the park). I wanted to take my girl there when they were old enough but now its closed. Dog walking, gardening, sports Tennis & basketball quarts, skate parks. Hiking, water Amusement parks. Water parks are the best outdoor parks. Raging waters was the best Rebuild it Soccer Rebuild the water park! Make it awesome. Water parks are disappearing! Bring back our youth! Walking on trails, picnics Swimming, socializing. Walking through parks You should create another facility for Tracy Aviary. Or an animal rescue. Mountain biking Skateboarding. A skatepark would be a great idea for this site. Snowboard swim mtn bike Pickleball 166 Favorite: Mountain biking or rock climbing mountain bike Mountain biking Mini golf Swimming Water park. Swimming Drive in Movie Theater or Water Park. Or a nice large park for fishing, splash pads, basketball & soccers areas, running track & all abilities playground. The Wasatch Front area is missing a large multi-use outdoor sports complex namely for football, soccer and pickleball. This could potentially bring big tournaments to the city and state and result in tourism revenue. I am biased towards pickleball. The big tournaments are mostly held in Brigham City or St. George and we need a central located site for the state. An indoor facility, if allowed, would bring revenue year round for a variety of sports tournaments i.e. pickleball, basketball, volleyball, etc. Regardless of your decision, the land should be used where it provide benefit to the community as well as potentially bring in revenue to help offset maintenance cost of whatever it is decided to build on the property. Swimming A nice family park with miniature golfing, grass and kids play areas, food vendors, just a nice park for family fun Hiking Water slides Walks and admiring nature Biking, hiking. Parks Hiking and gardening. Running Going to raging waters and spending all day playing with family a friends. Hiking. Hiking, boating, mini golf, high ropes courses, zip lines. Swimming Swimming Swimming or things with dogs. I think it should be rebuilt into a combo of a skateboard park, botanical gardens, water spray site for kids and playground equipment. Walking Amusement parks or theme parks Spending time with my family at the park during the summer months. Water park. It will always be known as a water park and it should stay that way. Picnics with family Skateboarding Gatherings for movie nights and art Swimming or hiking A scenic park or a park containing activities for health and fitness. In 1984 I was 13. I entered a drawing for an inflatable raft, while playing at Wild Wave. And I was drawn for the grand prize! An 18’ Catamaran Sail Boat. Super memorable. Taking my children to playgrounds. Being with family Rollerblading Camping Swimming Parks with trees. It might be fun to reserve some space in the park for commercial use as well. I love botanical gardens, and creative artist parks Mountain biking Mountain Biking Bike Park Walking trails, visiting parks, biking. Walking my dogs My kids really enjoy splash pads. Somewhere I'm allowed to take my dog off leash is nice. An all in one kind of area like liberty park would be great-something for everyone. Create an outdoor adventure land! Raging waters Swimming pool Mountain biking American football hiking, sailing, golfing Water park 167 Skateboarding and wandering trails. Water park Waterslides and splash pads Picnics! Please make it a nice green public park. Swimming, walking Cycling and paddle boarding Hiking, gardening Fun slides at raging waters Water slides Outdoor fitness It should be a a water park Raging waters Liberty park rivers water and off leash dog park. pool n waterfalls foliage Scenic drives, picnic at parks Make a homeless shelter Rock climbing, walks Family fun quality time. Trail biking/walking Bbqing Skateboarding/scooter park with a splash pad. Outdoor simple rides likes a Carousel. Build another ice-skating rink. Hiking Hiking Raging Waters Swimming, hiking and enjoying the beautiful outdoor views while laughing with friends riding bikes I grew up going to raging waters i woukd like to take my kids there now too. Peace gardens, and splash pads Bike park!! Swimming (paddling mostly) or leisurely walks Lounging Swimming, Alpine slide, snow tubing, Amusement Park, Water Park i think it should be safe retreat for wildlife, horses, etcetera. and a place where people can come and vunteer and wirk with the horses Skateboarding Motocross track Fishing Swimming, riding bikes Mountain biking and fishing Skateboarding Hiking with my family, camping Walking/Hiking Watching people have affordable housing on land that stands as a huge & costly liability to the city Swimming Playing in water Inclusive park similar to the one in st George Gun range Splash pad and playground Mountain biking Other than another waterpark, maybe just a very big park! With a lot of trees! Utah needs better air and planting more trees is always a good way to go :) Water park Exploring Honestly swimming Dog swimming arena Hiking with my family and dog Observing nature in a natural habitat, biking and or walking trails. Swimming in the summer make an artificial beach, with sandy beaches, like daybreak did. I remember speaking into raging waters with some friends and we got caught and had to work off the admission fee or go to dt. Depends on what would fit into area and current needs hiking and skateboarding 168 Hiking, finding mural art Hiking Horseriding Walking Spending time with family and friends. Time with family The park should be incorporated into the existing Jordan River parkway Fave outdoor past time is going swimming Olin summer and sledding in winter Running in the sprinklers with friends Swimming. Lake time Walking, picnicking, playing with my children Raging Waters! A water park. Salt Lake County has nothing else like it. Hiking Walking through the woods and trees. Going on nature walks or trails and seeing wildlife. Cycling, soccer Being outside Water park, zoo , play grounds like in arizona Swimming with My children, family time Camping and park Hiking hiking Biking Water parks Playing frisbee this area would be great for a frisbee area Water parks. Golf Walking Waterpark I went to raging waters every single summer in high school. The most fun was had there Scateboarding and picnicking and fun playgrounds with soccer and football fields Riding bikes. Amusement park Raging waters Hiking and walking Swimming Water parks. Riding my bicycle. Swimming Swimming and having a good time at a water park Water parks Mountain biking raging waters was a good water park, they had done things very well. seven peaks didn’t keep it maintained. please re build it Mountain biking Well if it has to be that I would prefer it to be a pool. And maybe a stand so people can rent equipment to float the Jordan River. I like swimming and walking and the trail is right there. I am more of a sit and crocheter. Swimming Swimming paddle boarding or kayaking Raging Waters I like running in parks like Liberty park and Sugar House park. Dog parks hiking Hiking swimming and walking Swimming!!!! Swimming, Golf, Frisbee Golf, Running, Hiking, Biking I like to hike in the foothills or along the Jordan River Trail. I like natural areas better than manicured parks. Hiking. 169 Outdoor mall, restaurants, top golf, pools and carnival rides Going to the movies Horseback riding Picnicking Swimming, skateboarding. Enjoying nature Water parks. Camping Wakeboarding Wakeboarding Wakeboarding, swimming I recommend it be made into something everyone can use. We have enough skate parks., plus that is limited to skaters Sports fields that can be used by community and youth sports groups Spending time at a park with family. Create another liberty park or Sugarhouse park. Modern design. Pickle ball courts, disc golf! walking / running trails. possible kids bike courses using the berms. Biking. Mountain biking and dirt jumping Swimming. Swimming Snowboarding Concerts Picnics, sports, bike riding, walks with multigenerational family members being at tagging waters every weekend was my favorite memory growing up. covid will go away one day and it should not be the reason to does not open. everything else had it restrictions, it can do it tell the restorations are gone when covid goes to bay. no better way to spend in the summer then at what ragging waters was. Basketball and football ball. Them parks rides Golf Picking up litter in my neighborhood and geocaching just build a park and pavilions people can use near the JRPT. it doesnt need to be expensive or fancy. just a park with grass and pavilions. thats it. Basketball Skate park Tennis Cycling Going there as a kid and taking my kids there. Biking- running- waking Hiking; walking my dog; picnics with friends. Maybe a miniature golf course would go well with the Glendale Golf Course Playing basketball, or even a fishing pond. Duck ponds, nature, enjoying a park. Water parks Riding Roller Coasters or Disc Golf Park. Water parks Water park Wild wave Raging Waters. Seven Peaks Soccer. Shotgun falls, or the big yellow or blue slides at the furthest west of the park. By far my favorite rides Disc Golf I swam at Jordan park my entire childhood. There are not any outdoor pools in our area. We need outdoor recreation. Swimming Biking or Climbing Parks Water park Hiking Mountain biking Water Park! Hike picnic An outdoor ropes course would be cool. I love adventure. Going hiking, and figuring out something new. Golf Hiking 170 community garden space for urban agriculture & community building. As we move into an increasingly unstable future, maximizing places for community to convene & grow together (literally and metaphorically) is essential to our 'resilience' through changes. urban agriculture is a GREAT way to create a shared project in these public spaces. Swimming & playing with my kids Rock climbing or swimming. Walking in the woods Mountain Biking Sight seeing, if this were the case a garden. Water fun. Amusement rides or water slides Going hiking Going for walks Swimming/hiking Soccer Water rafting. Hiking, running, climbing, concerts Equestrian activities Equestrian activities Exploring. Skateboarding! Playing in the park with my dogs Volleyball Could park of the area be set aside for an adventure park? A park that allows for kids to take small risks. Similar to those seem in California and the UK. With Utah free range parenting law there needs to be places that help support families and kids wanting to raise their kids this way. To help kids build independence. Hiking. Swimming! Walking,biking, general park enjoyment water park Converting this space into a paintball park, and woodsball area would be something that would draw many people from around the state. Picnicking Swim parks Water Parks!!! I love where you can find food and fun activities together Dog park, walking, skate boarding hiking, walking, playing games, picnics, running. Water slides People watching Swimming, water slides, zip lines, ropes courses, Rock Climbing Tanner park, off leash dog parks Playground, flowers, park, science museum Rock climbing community. Fishing Skateboarding Pickleball Being outside. Swimming Bicycling, hiking hiking / biking Hiking Roller coaster Walking, fishing Fun In the sun Anything out doors, camping hunting fishing . Riding bicycles. Walking or jogging. Walks by the lake! hike bike Swimming walking through well kept gardens, outdoor concerts. 171 We need to at least try get a change in the federal funding agreement so that the property can be used year round and also have indoor options during the winter month to be able to make this park profitable. We all know what the history has been with the different owner ships over the last few decades. They all went bust trying to make a Water Park profitable in the 90 to 100 days of operation it had to work with. This needs to be a 365 days of operation park to have a chance to make this a viable option If this can’t be done then funding need to come from a bond option or some other source and the city take over the operation of the park and make his a indoor out door year round operation. Thanks, John Lake I have had thee BEST memories at this water-park as a kid! This would be amazing to have it rebuilt! Utah deserves to have a water-park rebuilt Must be able to be used all year long. Skate park or ice rinks or both Volleyball Hiking, enjoying nature. Baseball, golf and disc golf are good options. Could just be used for exercise stations, use the existing pools for a skate park, etc Swimming and performing there Hiking. Skiing. Dog-walking. Is there no way we could repurpose some of the land for low-cost housing? Hiking Playing at Raging Waters as a kid. Biking cycling, Splash pads and camping Visiting parks, hiking, and/or swimming. swimming Hiking! Water park Hiking Leisure pool Disc golf. Swimming Walking dogs off-leash. Water slide Water parks or gardens Amusement parks, water parks, rollerblading Trail walking Outdoor movies Running Walking pathways in parks Biking and jogging, taking my dogs to of leash spaces. Climbing/biking/skiing. Bird watching, naturalist photography, hiking, paddling. Swimming, cliff diving, rope swings, rock climbing, skateboarding. Basic park activities: walk/run/hike , picnic, spend time with family, etc Tennis! Salt Lake area lacking INDOOR tennis courts that can be used during winter. Sounds like this would be a perfect place for indoor tennis courts! Walking plein air painting Hiking, camping Laying on the beach or having a picnic in the park with friends. Hunting and fishing. Walks, Community gardening and making music. Walking and enjoying the landscaping Volleyball Pickleball courts with lights! Year round pickleball. Meditation, bird watching Running, biking Drive in movies My favorite outdoor past time is biking. Living in Utah it Is hard bc of the temperature. I suggest an ice rink in the winter (like the Galavin Center in downtown slc) and a pool in the summer time Roller skating I'm a performer, so something with a space for outdoor performances, like Murray or something. Golf Picnic Walking hiking Raging waters was amazing! Skiing, golf Nature preserves & baseball parks Hiking Sports Waterpark Beach 172 Love the pool and water parks. mountain biking Sports Water park Cycling and hiking, the more natural the better. Paddleboarding, hiking, yoga, camping, Skiing and many others Swimming, hammocking, chilling. River rafting, climbing Enjoying outdoor activities with family and friends. Cycling. Bike riding. Fitness and exercise. Putting up a hammock between non-evergreen tree trunks (evergreen bark is too sticky with sap) and then reading or knitting in the sunshine. I know Frisbee golf is something my husband enjoys outdoors. And this neighborhood could really use a fenced outdoor dog park, and/or an all-abilities children playground (like the new one in Spanish Fork). I think a pump track, outdoor skating rink, children’s splash pad Walking in a park Hiking Hiking, walking my dog, looking at the wildflowers, meeting friends for coffee at the park Hiking and walking trails. You should consider turning it into a restoration area. Volunteers would be more than happy to help. It would fit your budget, it would help the smog, and it would help wildlife. Many Utahns would love to sit and drink coffee, have a picnic, take family photos, and walk their dogs there. Swimming and hiking swimming I would love a water park Horseback riding, bicycle riding, walking and hiking. waterparks Bicycling and Spending time outside Hiking Camping, fishing, riding bikes, swimming, shooting, amusement parks... Raging waters for sure was top ten in my list for summer activities and memories. Reserving a tent, bringing in a cooler and getting a sunburn that would last the whole week. There’s not a kid I know that grew up in SLC that wouldn’t love to see this park back up and running like it was. Recreational Sports Pickle ball, tennis, and basketball. Paddle boarding Outdoor music, park Basketballl Being dropped off there as a kid at the time the gates opened and picked up when they closed. Many great memories there. Sandy used to have the sports park with outdoor everything. Families and children need this. Enough electronic devices. Swimming at the pool Hiking and skiing. Walking or biking Hiking We prioritize free or cheap outdoor pastimes in our family. (Hate to pay money to enjoy nature.) we enjoy rock climbing, ice skating, playgrounds, and splash pads Camping Mountain biking, jumps, pump track Mountain bike jumping and drops Gardening, hiking, bird watching, picnics. Skate park, bike paths, roller skate rink, ice skate rink, food truck area w public seating. Trees, gathering areas, places to sit and places to use wheel based fun things. Airsoft is my absolute favorite. As it stands right now, there is only one arena, in Layton. Living in the SLC County along with many other enthusiasts it would be nice to have another option. Airsoft I enjoy many outdoor sports including hunting, shooting, camping, and playing aorsoft with friends airsoft Airsoft and paintball I love playing airsoft and competing in events that involve airsoft. The biggest problem with that is there’s is very few places to play unless you go out of town into the middle of nowhere. So if it could be turned into an airsoft arena I believe it would give a great amount of people somewhere to play, also I believe it would bring newcomers to learn how to play safely with the right equipment. Airsoft! Airsoft/Paintball arena. Airsoft Airsoft swimming Community garden 173 Mountain biking Skiing and trail running Walking and riding my bike. All abilities parks where children can play and explore in an inclusive environment. Adventures Walking Community mountain biking Swimming in a water park and going down slides. airsoft Floating on a lazy river in a water park Airsoft, is a community run sport where you shoot each other with bbs similar to paintball. Picnic, walking, hiking So you acquired an outdoor waterpark with money that restricts outdoor recreation? To what? outdoor humming? mumbling to pigeons only? what does that even mean...so the waterpark was dead the moment someone signed the deed. who's oversight was this and who is responsible to the community for such irresponsible federal funding? .is that correct from reading this question? So from the beginning of your acquiring the park, there was no intention of reopening it as an outdoor Water based rec-area, why talk about the burned down buildings and leaky pools then, just plow through it and build something new. I feel severely let down by a city that acquired the property with funds that prohibit outdoor use of an outdoor property, what carelessness, so much for a community use property...I guess you can make a new Police precinct to help accidentally shoot more unfortunate dark skinned kids in our neighborhood who have nothing better to do in the summer, that will be your legacy I suppose. Airsofting Hiking, picnicking education about the natural environment Dog walking. Airsoft Swimming Airsofting Soccer. Well, hiking, but we use that parking lot to kayak the river. We love water parks or water activities as a family. Golf, community gardening. Biking camping Walking the dog and hanging with the kids. Food trucks are great too. Please build a new water park Swimming obstacle course Airsoft Biking, and swimming. Airsoft Airsoft Walking through nature I enjoy running and it might make a good general park location. Something less enticing for vandalism. The vandals are probably younger people who need a better outlet so maybe a skate park would be something they would want as a place for them. Water park Kayaking and Surfing Kayaking, hiking Swimming or skating Playgrounds and pools Gardening Trees, walking paths Hiking and walking Hiking biking walking camping. Incorporate this into the Jordan River Parkway trail with an amphitheater for concerts and events. I golf. I watch them. Those kids pack those stairs for a minute of sliding. Rebuild the park Find the money Dirt bike track In the summer, definitely water parks! Kayaking. 174 Miniature golf, dog walks. Swimming, Hiking, a bike/skate park, skiing. Hiking A place for families and friends to meet, and with chlorine to keep COVID-19 at bay, a water park is a great idea! Waterparks Whitewater Kayaking. Playing at a playground with my kids. Fishing Walking, bicke rides, picnics Nature play I would like to see either a Par 3 golf course or a multi use park for basketball/futsal courts, as well as biking and skating. Mountain biking! In the mountains. Hiking or boating Ultimate frisbee Bike riding Bicycle park Water parks Dog park I play a lot of disc golf, so a course would be great. However, I would primarily be interested in seeing the site re-imagined as a multi purpose outdoor space similar to Liberty Park, Sugarhouse Park or Jordan River Park. Coffee drinking There are so many! Hiking, picnics, water park fun! Bike riding, walking, jogging. I wish this was still open and operating so I could take my children there. Running and hiking in nature It should be rebuilt as a community recreation area, with a skate park, walls for rock climbing, pool with one or two waterslides, walking/running track, basketball and tennis courts. Or maybe a botanic garden or similar which could be a field trip destination for local students. Running, hiking, walking Walking, observing nature, picnicking and meeting others, a city park / nature area would be great that ties into the river. Maybe a splash pad for hot days. Kayaking Hiking Biking Bicycling, waking, relaxing in parks. Disc Golf. Cycling, mountain bike Swimming and hiking I'd suggest a fully accessible playground for children of all abilities. There is one in St. George and one in Springville to use as examples. I think a splashpad would be very welcome in the neighborhood. Walking paths are very nice, but we definitely want to keep them safe. Situated along the jordan river and accessible from the jordan river parkway, this area has potential to be a recreational hub for salt lake county. Like the the Olympic oval, there is also an opportunity bring something unique to an economically disadvantaged area that will attract residents from across the state. With this in mind, three things come to mind that would naturally blend with Jordan river and parkway. 1) an olympic style kayak park and canoe area attached to the jordan river. 2) a state of the art indoor or outdoor velodrome promoting track cycling. 3) an outdoor bike park that includes a world class European style cyclocross course. Similar to the Olympic Oval, any of these facilities could bring something to salt lake that is currently nonexistent in the state, and virtually the west. These facilities would create new opportunities for locals but could also attract international competition and economic opportunity. Bike/scooter trails, nature walks Camping Pickle ball Playing out doors with my children in green open spaces. Hiking, walking, enjoying public outdoor spaces. Walking Enjoying nature A hike through nature or a walk in the park. biking I love birdwatching and spending time in nature. Please make this a nature park! Biking. walking, picnicking, watching the sunset, indoor pavilion for large family gatherings year-round, ADA playgrounds and creative play Biking, running Plays and concerts. 175 Golf Fishing Cycling Running Amusement Parks Bike park Swimming Family bonding Skiing and Surfing Rollerblading Pickleball Hanging out with friends in the shade Fishing Waterpark Recreating in a family park, such as International Peace Gardens I like to walk and ride a bike along the Jordan River Parkway. I also enjoy playing golf. Climbing. Outdoor artistry. Jigsaw puzzles. Hiking/biking WATER!! Reading Skiing, Hiking, Mtn Biking, Trail Running Picnics! Biking Swimming, and Water Sliding. I believe any water and food option could find success in this area. Hiking. Dog-walking. Skiing, hiking, pickleball. Biking Swimming water park, swimming pool Nature walk Walking trails in a vibrant park with water features Biking! This site would be perfect for a bike skills park (see Trailside in Park City). Bicycle skills parks attract users of all skill levels across socioeconomic classes. Fishing I love swimming and playing in water. I love playgrounds for the kids. Maybe the project could include a playground that's open year round -- even when the waterpark can't be open. climbing, skateboarding Tennis, biking, swimming (Seiner outdoor). Can the pool be bubbled during cold seasons? Outdoor fitness weight training? Bubble this area in the winter. Year round fitness. Swimming and water park, climbing, zip lining off leash dog walking Hiking Mountain biking Walking in the woods, viewing wildlife, camping. But those things are done elsewhere. Favorite outdoor PARK activity is swimming pools, hot tubs, slides, etc. But we have to drive a long way for those now that this park has closed. Well, that, and current COVID restrictions of course. Exercise and water. Botanical gardens for a science learning center for west side schools Swimming in the wave pool. biking , bird watching Picnics and BBQ's Rollerskating and bike riding. There aren't many locations specific to rollerskating close to the area other than Classic Fun Center. People have had to roller-skate on tennis courts or basketball courts. It would be nice to have a place to roller-skate outside. An adaptable space that can incorporate different activities but also have established places for certain activities would be great! Enjoying natural areas where wildlife and humans can co-exist. Large swaths of turf are unnecessary, over-use water resources, are costly to maintain and provide no habitat benefit. A series of trails through natural areas where bird-watching is possible, education facilities, a nature preserve, and boardwalks near the river would be preferable. Family activities pickle ball Mountain biking. Paddle boarding. Splash pad, mini golf Lazy River, Mini Golf Snowboarding Hiking We have golf, frisbee, parks. Need a water park. Cherry Hill and Cowabunga Bay just aren't as good. Skiing, golfing 176 Relaxing at a park or hiking Water features for kids to play. Outdoor pool. WE NEED AN OUTDOOR POOL IN SLC. Similar to the Taylorsville and West Jordan Outdoor pools. Zero depth play areas. Lap swimming lanes. Open plunge deeper water for play. Diving boards. Lazy river. Maybe 1-2 slides. It doesn't have to be a whole park! Running and Cycling Biking, walking, swimming. A nice park, with walking trails. Maybe pickle ball. Adding a nice dog park would be nice. Mountain biking Wave pool and waiting untill I got tall enough to go on the slides in the summer Mountain Biking, Golf Skiing, hiking, mt biking. Hiking, birding, yoga Skiing and skating. I like biking and rollerblading. I like skate parks Swimming Roller skating Fishing Picnics, dog-walking, hiking, fishing Soccer Why not make an outdoor archery park out of it? There is a large archery community around the valley. Running and biking, laying in the sun and reading a book gardens, like at thanksgiving point backpacking Hiking, going to botanical gardens Mountain biking. There are currently no opportunities for mountain biking in the West Valley area. The Oquirrh mountains and areas with significant elevation change near Mountain View corridor and U111 would make excellent sites for mountain bike parks similar to trail side park in Park City. Similar parks exist throughout the state (Draper, Eagle Mountain, Herriman, etc), but not in or near West Valley. Walking & swimming we need a park like Liberty Park but grander on this side of town. we need a food truck area to gather. a few water features a nice grass areas. board walk for the Jordan River. maybe a beer garden for local breweries to host film night or something for the younger crowed. Mountain bike park...pump track, flow trails, features. Or an outside music venue. Golfing Community soccer fields, open space, walking path like the West Jordan Soccer Complex. Six footsal courts. One full soccer pitch. One indoor soccer facility. Turn it into a place run by the nonprofit Utah Development Academy. Make it a training area where kids from that side of the city can go to play the game without having to pay three grand a year to get on a for profit competition travel team. Unfortunately, a water park in the pandemic age is likely not a great idea. A fraction of the $25 million refurbishment number could build the soccer site. The UDA is a top class operation that has helped many kids play the game who otherwise could not afford it. Hiking Nature trails For me, it's fishing and biking, but I believe a water park is in the best interests of our family oriented community. We enjoy taking our dog to a well maintained, clean, fun, dog park (such as Fairmont Park). We wish that Fairmont was bigger. It would also be great to have a doggy pool (so maybe the pools at this site could be re-used). We also wish that there were options for colder weather for our furry friend to play and we weren't freezing at. We also enjoy visiting the Murray Park Outdoor Calisthenics Park. We do not have anything like that available in Salt Lake City - an open, outdoor gym area. So basically, it would be great if this area could be turned into an area with a large indoor/outdoor dog park with an outdoor gym area that is completely free to the public to use. Hiking with dogs off leash Walking, picnic Going to Raging Waters...Save the Park!!!!! Go to parks, hike, ride bikes The wave pool at the old park. I think a mountain bike pump track would be a great add for that area. Many cities (Boise, Denver) have these kind of dedicated space for bikers to practice and work on skills as well. In the summer, paddle boarding. In the winter, sledding. Getting high. Roller skating/blading. With the resurgence of skating, why not a roller rink? An outdoor dining area surrounded by food trucks would also be a nice community draw. Going to dog parks Swimming Camping water park, Jordan river boat launch park Swimming fishing, golf, basketball 177 Work to get that Federal restriction removed. The requirement is holding you hostage to use the land for something more worth while to the community. Make it part of the Jordan Parkway with trails and other less costly outdoor activities. bike ski Skiing and horseback riding. Wilderness recreation. Trails and nature. Biking. Water slids and the wave were fun Pickleball and water parks Dogs. Bike park Concerts Youth sports Biking, swimming, and roller skating Swimming Hiking, biking Biking and hiking. swimming Socializing. Fun. Sun. Fishing Equestrian sport. This would be a great location to bring Equestrian to lower income families and more urban areas. It could host competitions to help fund various programs Equestrian sport. This would be a great location to bring Equestrian to lower income families and more urban areas. It could host competitions to help fund various programs Swimming and walking in nature Equestrian park Hiking Horseback riding walking the dog Fishing and playing games Dog walking I would like to see a mixed use outdoor space, with biking / walking trails, trees, and possible a skate park. It would be a nice space to have picnics, outdoor concerts, events, and bring the community together. Maybe an amphitheater similar to the new one one Murray Park could be great. The nearby skate parks are extremely overcrowded and overused so it would be wonderful to have a well lit skate area for all ages (since skate parks attract much younger children these days). It is an effective way to get kids outside and exercising, so I think we should be promoting it as much as possible. Equestrian use! We are being pushed out of the city, farther and farther away despite a huge increase in popularity in 2020. A couple large riding arenas, And stables Will pay for itself in time. We could host clinics, competitions, and board horses. Picnics! softball, bicycle, nature observation Walking, reading Mountain Biking no comment Hiking, walking the dog, playing in the park Kayaking, Biking Being outdoors Mountain biking/going to the zoo Paintball Extreme sports Raging Waters what about a public sled park? and in the summer it's just rolling hills and park amenities? hiking I enjoy walking through our city parks, seeing the wildlife that harbors there, and admiring the trees. Roller skating and skateboarding Running Going to a park Multi use park. Family, food If a water park is not an option, perhaps a dog park with a nice jumping dock and swimming area for the dogs, maybe some agility equipment. swimming, fishing, biking surfing! surf pool Basketball courts or Pickleball courts Mountain biking. Canoeing. Kayaking. Bike, gardens Hiking. Gardening 178 walking/hiking Swimming Biking and walking. running Hiking, nature Biking Surfing big barrels in salt water I’m worried about the chemical leakage and the after effects of it. I would enjoy a park with green spaces and sports courts - but please resolve the chemical issue before anything so nobody gets hurt afterwards. Mountain biking Trails. Multi use courts! For soccer, roller skating and bike polo. Bird watching Tennis Walking/running trails with additional outdoor recreation. Playgrounds, courts for basketball, pickle ball, tennis, baseball park, soccer fields. Nature center, Jordan River access point for boating. Walking or jogging. Roller skating and there are no outdoor roller skating rinks in the valley. Birding and cycling are some of my other favorites. Hiking, walking. all human-powered (hiking, kayaking, canoeing, bicycling, xc skiing, camping, etc.) running, walking Hiking with my dog Hiking Running and bicycling looking at trees running/walking An outdoor park & nature center that can be used by adults & children alike. Pls see answer to previous question for some suggestions for outdoor recreation. Dog park Hiking and going to dog parks Mine is walking, but I think the park land should be soccer fields Playgrounds Walking Bike rides Shade Rock Climbing Hikes, picnics,play fountains for children and adults, dogs in limited areas, no charge A large park would be lovely! We need more free outdoor space! Parks accessible to small children pickleball, beach volleyball, really good seating swimming, pickle ball, tennis, and bike ridding biking, kayaking Swimming walking trails Multi purpose settings combining green parks, art exhibitions, art performance , farmer/ artisan markets Swiming and walking A mountain bike course for beginners would be amazing! Or a dog obstacle course or something like memory grove with an off leash dog area and area for bikers. Waterpark Hiking Getting exercise by walking, biking and swimming. Include a dog park & pickle ball courts PIckleball I enjoy cycling and sailing. Something to incorporate those would be great. For urban area - Roller-blading. For water - kayaking or SUP Going to Naturist beaches that are family friendly along the Columbia River here in Oregon. In Utah I love camping near and swimming in Mirror Lake in the High Uintahs^__^ Cycling Amusement park or public park Big Water park like raging waters Picnics, outdoor concerts Walking dogs Running, biking & botany—don’t give me a thousand character limit and then tell me one or two words. :) 179 Hiking & walking Skateboarding is most definitely my favorite past time. The community it builds is incredible and the life skills learned are immeasurable. Skateboarding teaches you how to become and stay confident, strong, committed, kind to strangers, supporting other humans in their endeavors, getting right back up when you fall, and especially trying again after you fall hard. Teaching others to enjoy the outdoors. Hiking Mountain biking and skiing. Maybe a cross country ski track in winter and a pump track and skate park for summer. Birdwatching Hiking Watching natural surroundings. It should be a place for the public with an awesome water feature to commemorate its history. Swimming, and paddle boarding! Park picnics and community gardening Hiking, biking enjoying nature Hiking, walking, picnicking not water slides. 180 Primary Keywords Frequency hiking/walking/running 1098 park 828 swimming 606 biking/cycling 502 water 455 bike 241 parks 231 mountain 224 golf 223 outdoor 193 skate/skating/skatebaording 187 dog 160 family 156 trails 131 nature 115 fishing 108 disc 101 kids 100 splash 93 camping 91 tennis 82 climbing 81 sports 79 river 76 playing 73 riding 68 pad 67 soccer 65 skiing 65 playground 64 kayaking 63 play 60 pickleball 57 picnics 56 trees 56 activities 51 slides 51 course 51 courts 50 basketball 48 rock 48 gardens 47 people 47 Common words from survey comments 181 areas 46 recreation 46 airsoft 44 place 43 one 42 food 42 picnic 41 dogs 41 garden 40 amusement 40 favorite 39 gardening 39 used 39 concerts 39 ball 38 natural 37 watching 37 public 36 fields 36 salt 36 wave 35 build 35 friends 35 track 34 baseball 34 open 34 see 34 playgrounds 34 well 33 picnicking 33 etc 33 pickle 33 outside 33 being 33 features 33 many 32 need 32 similar 31 waterpark 31 utah 31 another 31 new 31 paintball 31 center 30 liberty 29 182 good 29 enjoying 29 really 28 land 28 mini 27 volleyball 27 very 27 indoor 26 big 26 pads 26 cool 25 roller 25 children 25 please 25 amazing 25 green 25 paths 25 leash 24 taking 24 through 24 small 24 ice 24 lots 23 large 23 shade 23 winter 23 homeless 23 year 23 needs 22 places 22 much 22 keep 22 state 22 outdoors 22 around 22 best 22 spending 21 way 21 paddle 21 wildlife 21 things 21 local 21 surfing 20 183 END OF REPORT FOF GF Only TOTAL FOF GF Only TOTAL Beginning Fund Balance (CAFR FY2020) 10,372,054 69,441,955 79,814,009 6,625,050 82,617,126 89,242,176 Budgeted Change in Fund Balance (FY2021)- (1,510,094) (1,510,094) 2,924,682 (7,810,302) (4,885,620) Prior Year Encumbrances (3,105,004) (6,566,830) (9,671,834) (3,733,743) (6,165,453) (9,899,196) Estimated Beginning Fund Balance 7,267,050 61,365,031 68,632,081 5,815,989 68,641,371 74,457,360 Beginning Fund Balance Percent 18.10%21.07%20.71%17.73%23.84%23.22% Year End CAFR Adjustments Revenue Changes - - - - - - Expense Changes (Prepaids, Receivable, Etc.) FY2020 - (4,127,838) (4,127,838) - (5,676,583) (5,676,583) Fund Balance w/ CAFR Changes 7,267,050 57,237,193 64,504,243 5,815,989 62,964,788 68,780,777 Final Fund Balance Percent 18.10%19.66%19.47%17.73%21.87%21.45% Budget Amendment Use of Fund Balance (2,300,000) (15,370,734) (17,670,734) BA#1 Revenue Adjustment - - - BA#1 Expense Adjustment ( Airport Budget only) - - - BA#2 Revenue Adjustment - - - BA#2 Expense Adjustment ( 1st tranche of CARES funding) - (288,488) (288,488) BA#3 Revenue Adjustment - - - BA#3 Expense Adjustment (Intial Windstorm budget) - (6,239,940) (6,239,940) BA#4 Revenue Adjustment - - - BA#4 Expense Adjustment (Second tranch of CARES funding) - - - BA#5 Revenue Adjustment (Regular Budget Amendment and HUD CARES) - (242,788) (242,788) BA#5 Expense Adjustment (Regular Budget Amendment and HUD CARES) - (2,783,685) (2,783,685) BA#6 Revenue Adjustment - - - BA#6 Expense Adjustment (Inovations and Impact fees) - (63,673) (63,673) Change in Revenue 758,000 6,069,370 6,827,370 - - - Projected Revenue Shortfall (FY2021)- - - - (5,417,445) (5,417,445) Fund Balance Budgeted Increase 900,000 - 900,000 - - - - Adjusted Fund Balance 6,625,050 47,935,829 54,560,879 5,815,989 47,928,769 53,744,758 Adjusted Fund Balance Percent 16.50%16.46%16.47%17.73%16.65%16.76% Projected Revenue 40,142,000 291,182,037 331,324,037 32,797,506 287,915,052 320,712,558 Salt Lake City General Fund TOTAL Fund Balance Projections 2020 Actual 2021 Projection Revenue Forecast Salt Lake City Corporation November 30, 2020 FY20‐21   Variance Annual Revised Favorable Revenue Budget Forecast (Unfavorable)    Total General Fund 288,531,853          283,114,408         (5,417,445)              Property Taxes 111,418,455          111,418,455          ‐                            Sales and Use Tax 67,999,593            68,137,605           138,012                    Questar energy sales forecasted based on Q1 monthly payments. Franchise Tax 26,812,125            26,334,210           (477,915)                   Was following ‐9% revenue per FY trend. Docket 10‐035‐T05 increased water rates as of  7/1/2020. Seen higher monthly rev. since going into effect PILOT 1,508,894              1,508,894              ‐                            License and Permits 28,601,482            27,814,168           (787,314)                   Aiport parking/license tax down ‐$2,045,000 from decreased travel due to Covid.  Innkeepers tax ‐$1,717,500. Covid has hit the hotel industry hard. According to the local  news, hotels are experiencing 30% occupancy compared to this time of year in previous  years. Business license expected to be below budget due to trends for apartment units,  new business license and renew business licenses. Losses offset by gains in street  excavation due to a temporary boost from Google contract. Intergovernmental 4,444,400              4,193,400             (251,000)                   SL Board of Education down due to Covid lockdowns resulting in less resource officers  being used. Interest Income 1,900,682              1,400,717             (499,965)                   Revenues are decreasing at a fast rate.  It is averaging only about 30% of each month  from FY20. Fines & Forfeiture 3,938,848              3,202,692             (736,156)                   Parking ticket revenue ‐$800k. Covid cases increasing, further restrictions likely. Citation  revenue still about 1/3 of regular year. Also adjusted Justice Court fines down ‐$63k,  moving violations ‐$308k. They are following the order of the Administrative Office of  the Courts and are still in the red for Covid. They have a limited amount of court activity  via WebEx. The defendants are not ordered to pay their fines, they are not being sent to  collections and no warrants are being issued. Traffic school revenue ‐$34k and vehicle  booting ‐$12k trending off of current actuals. Parking Meter Collection 3,432,962              2,104,931             (1,328,031)              Meter transactions and revenue about 1/3 of previous years at this time.  Covid  restrictions likely to increase. Charges and Services 4,428,069              4,042,742             (385,327)                   Field reservation fees ‐$214k and program fees ‐$31k.  The first half of the fiscal year is  when they generally bring in the most revenue, and with Covid they are bringing in very  little.  Auto parking ‐$161k under budget, Special events ‐$107k due to Covid  restrictions. Police alarm service fees ‐$25k. Miscellaneous Revenue 4,014,037              2,924,288             (1,089,749)              A/R Collections not currently happening; special events (cost recovery not happening);  fuel reimb for take home vehicles suspended by emergency declaration; other utility  reimbursement trending down due to Covid. Interfund Reimbursement 20,281,706            20,281,706            ‐                            Emergency management admin fees. Transfers 9,750,600              9,750,600              ‐                            FY20‐21 FY20‐21 Variance Annual Projection Favorable Revenue Budget (Unfavorable) Sales and Use Tax ‐ 1/2 cent 32,797,506            32,797,506            ‐                            Sales and Use Tax ‐ County Option ‐                           ‐                           ‐                            MARY BETH THOMPSON Chief Financial Officer ERIN MENDENHALL Mayor DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE POLICY AND BUDGET DIVISION 451 SOUTH STATE STREET, ROOM 238 PO BOX 145467, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH 84114-5455 TEL 801-535-6394 CITY COUNCIL TRANSMITTAL ___________________________________ Date Received: ________________ Lisa Shaffer, Chief Administrative Officer Date sent to Council: ___________ ______________________________________________________________________________ TO: Salt Lake City Council DATE: December 16, 2020 Chris Wharton, Chair FROM: Mary Beth Thompson, Chief Financial Officer SUBJECT: Budget Amendment #6 SPONSOR: NA STAFF CONTACT: John Vuyk, Budget Director (801) 535-6394 or Mary Beth Thompson (801) 535-6403 DOCUMENT TYPE: Budget Amendment Ordinance RECOMMENDATION: The Administration recommends that, subsequent to a public hearing, the City Council adopt the following amendments to the FY 2020 – 21 adopted budget. BUDGET IMPACT: REVENUE EXPENSE GENERAL FUND $ 0.00 $ 63,673.00 IMS FUND 453,399.00 453,399.00 AIRPORT FUND 300,000,000.00 0.00 CIP (IMPACT FEE) FUND 0.00 1,293,732.00 TOTAL $ 300,453,399.00 $ 1,810,804.00 Lisa Shaffer (Dec 16, 2020 14:21 MST) BACKGROUND/DISCUSSION: Revenue for FY 2019-20 Budget Adjustments The Fiscal Year 2021 projections are coming in below budgeted revenues. The following chart shows a current projection of General Fund Revenue for fiscal year 2021. Business licensing is seeing a decrease from budget due to trends for apartment units, new business license and business license renewals. Due to the administrative order for COVID parking ticket revenue shows a decrease of nearly $500k due to only 51,000 pay station transactions through the end of August (normally well over 200k). This decrease is also having an effect on citations written. Additionally, Justice Court fines are down $37k, while moving violations are down $151k. In Charges and Services, field reservation fees are down $273k while auto parking fees are also under budget. Miscellaneous revenues are also down due to a decrease in special events and the elimination of take-home vehicle fees during the current pandemic. FY20-21 Variance Annual Revised Favorable Revenue Budget Forecast (Unfavorable) Property Taxes 111,418,455 111,418,455 - Sales and Use Tax 67,999,593 67,999,593 - Franchise Tax 26,812,125 26,812,125 - PILOT Taxes 1,508,894 1,508,894 - TOTAL TAXES 207,739,067 207,739,067 - License and Permits 28,601,482 28,225,928 (375,554) Intergovernmental 4,444,400 4,444,400 - Interest Income 1,900,682 1,900,682 - Fines & Forfeiture 3,938,848 3,202,960 (735,888) Parking Meter Collection 3,347,986 2,848,523 (499,463) Charges and Services 4,428,069 4,083,647 (344,422) Miscellaneous Revenue 4,014,037 3,435,330 (578,707) Interfund Reimbursement 20,281,706 20,281,706 - Transfers 9,750,600 9,750,600 - TOTAL W/OUT SPECIAL TAX 288,446,877 285,912,843 (2,534,034) Sales and Use Tax - 1/2 cent 32,797,506 32,797,506 - TOTAL GENERAL FUND 321,244,383 318,710,349 (2,534,034) Given the available information fund balance would be projected as follows: This projection of fund balance includes a line item adding in funding budgeted for use for expenses associated with COVID-19 in fiscal year 2020 that were not spent. 2019 Actual FOF GF Only TOTAL FOF GF Only TOTAL Beginning Fund Balance 56,104,269 10,372,054 69,441,955 79,814,009 6,625,050 36,900,813 43,525,863 Budgeted Use of Fund Balance (380,025) - (1,510,094) (1,510,094) - (4,885,620) (4,885,620) Prior Year Encumbrances (8,731,774) (3,105,004) (6,566,830) (9,671,834) - - - Estimated Beginning Fund Balance 46,992,470 7,267,050 61,365,031 68,632,081 6,625,050 32,015,193 38,640,243 Beginning Fund Balance Percent 14.57%18.52%21.06%20.76%20.20%11.38%12.30% Year End CAFR Adjustments Revenue Changes - - - - - - - Expense Changes (Prepaids, Receivable, Etc.) (3,701,982) - (4,127,838) (4,127,838) - - - Fund Balance w/ CAFR Changes 43,290,488 7,267,050 57,237,193 64,504,243 6,625,050 25,390,143 38,640,243 Final Fund Balance Percent 13.42%18.52%19.65%19.51%20.20%9.03%12.30% Budget Amendment Use of Fund Balance (1,858,647) BA#1 Revenue Adjustment - - - - - - BA#1 Expense Adjustment - (410,173) (410,173) - - - BA#2 Revenue Adjustment - 135,628 135,628 - - - BA#2 Expense Adjustment - (745,025) (745,025) - (288,488) (288,488) BA#3 Revenue Adjustment - - - - - - BA#3 Expense Adjustment - (50,000) (50,000) - (6,239,940) (6,239,940) BA#4 Expense Adjustment (2,300,000) (10,987,506) (13,287,506) - - - BA#5 Revenue Adjustment - - - - (242,788) (242,788) BA#5 Expense Adjustment - (1,350,000) (1,350,000) - (2,783,685) (2,783,685) BA#6 Revenue Adjustment - 438,980 438,980 - - - BA#6 Expense Adjustment - (3,071,042) (3,071,042) - (63,673) (63,673) FOF Revenues 3,149,980 - - - - - - Projected Revenue Shortfall 758,000 (4,297,242) (3,539,242) - (2,534,035) (2,534,035) Fund Balance Budgeted Increase 2,500,000 900,000 - 900,000 - - - Unspent COVID Funds - - - - 5,900,000 5,900,000 HAND Rent Assistance Reimbursement - 1,100,000 1,100,000 - Adjusted Fund Balance 47,081,821 6,625,050 36,900,813 43,525,863 6,625,050 20,237,534 33,487,634 Adjusted Fund Balance Percent 14.60%16.88%12.67%13.17%20.20%7.19%10.66% Projected Revenue 322,562,293 39,242,000 291,317,665 330,559,665 32,797,506 281,282,923 314,080,429 2021 Projection2020 Projection Salt Lake City General Fund TOTAL Fund Balance Projections The Administration is requesting a budget amendment totaling $300,453,399 of revenue and expense of $1,810,804.00. The amendment proposes changes in the four funds, including the General Fund, the IMS Fund, the Airport Fund and the CIP Impact Fee Fund, with $63,673 from the General Fund fund balance. The proposal includes six initiatives for Council review. Each of the initiatives are time sensitive. The proposal does include the transfer of six employees from the General Fund to the IMS fund and the creation of one additional position within the IMS Fund. A summary spreadsheet document, outlining proposed budget changes is attached. The Administration requests this document be modified based on the decisions of the Council. The budget opening is separated in eight different categories: A. New Budget Items B. Grants for Existing Staff Resources C. Grants for New Staff Resources D. Housekeeping Items E. Grants Requiring No New Staff Resources F. Donations G. Council Consent Agenda Grant Awards I. Council Added Items PUBLIC PROCESS: Public Hearing SALT LAKE CITY ORDINANCE No. ______ of 2020 (Sixth amendment to the Final Budget of Salt Lake City, including the employment staffing document, for Fiscal Year 2020-2021) An Ordinance Amending Salt Lake City Ordinance No. 27 of 2020 which adopted the Final Budget of Salt Lake City, Utah, for the Fiscal Year Beginning July 1, 2020 and Ending June 30, 2021. In June of 2020, the Salt Lake City Council adopted the final budget of Salt Lake City, Utah, including the employment staffing document, effective for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2020 and ending June 30, 2021, in accordance with the requirements of Section 10-6-118 of the Utah Code. The City’s Budget Director, acting as the City’s Budget Officer, prepared and filed with the City Recorder proposed amendments to said duly adopted budget, including the amendments to the employment staffing document necessary to effectuate the staffing changes specifically stated herein, copies of which are attached hereto, for consideration by the City Council and inspection by the public. All conditions precedent to amend said budget, including the employment staffing document as provided above, have been accomplished. Be it ordained by the City Council of Salt Lake City, Utah: SECTION 1. Purpose. The purpose of this Ordinance is to amend the final budget of Salt Lake City, including the employment staffing document, as approved, ratified and finalized by Salt Lake City Ordinance No. 27 of 2020. SECTION 2. Adoption of Amendments. The budget amendments, including amendments to the employment staffing document necessary to effectuate the staffing changes 2 specifically stated herein, attached hereto and made a part of this Ordinance shall be, and the same hereby are adopted and incorporated into the budget of Salt Lake City, Utah, including the amendments to the employment staffing document described above, for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2020 and ending June 30, 2021, in accordance with the requirements of Section 10-6-128 of the Utah Code. SECTION 3. Filing of copies of the Budget Amendments. The said Budget Officer is authorized and directed to certify and file a copy of said budget amendments, including amendments to the employment staffing document, in the office of said Budget Officer and in the office of the City Recorder which amendments shall be available for public inspection. SECTION 4. Effective Date. This Ordinance shall take effect upon adoption. Passed by the City Council of Salt Lake City, Utah, this _____ day of __________, 2020. ________________________ CHAIRPERSON ATTEST: ______________________________ CITY RECORDER Transmitted to the Mayor on __________________ Mayor’s Action: ____ Approved ____ Vetoed _________________________ MAYOR ATTEST: _______________________________ CITY RECORDER (SEAL) Bill No. _________ of 2020. Published: ___________________. Salt Lake City Attorney’s Office Approved As To Form _________________________ Jaysen Oldroyd Initiative Number/Name Fund Revenue Amount Expenditure Amount Revenue Amount Expenditure Amount Ongoing or One- time FTEs 1 Fisher Carriage House Exploration Center Construction CIP - 793,732.00 One-time - 2 Glendale Waterpark Redevelopment Plan CIP - 225,000.00 One-time - 3 Trailhead Property Acquisition CIP - 275,000.00 One-time - 4 City Innovations Team - Non Departmental GF - 453,399.00 On-going - 4 City Innovations Team - CAN GF - (166,764.00)On-going (4.00) 4 City Innovations Team - Public Services GF - (222,962.00)On-going (2.00) 4 City Innovations Team IMS 453,399.00 453,399.00 On-going 7.00 5 Police Department Hiring Class GF - - On-going - 1 Airport Interim Financing Airport 300,000,000.00 - One-time - - Total of Budget Amendment Items 300,453,399.00 1,810,804.00 - - 1.00 Total by Fund Class, Budget Amendment #1: General Fund GF - 63,673.00 - - (6.00) IMS Fund IMS 453,399.00 453,399.00 - - 7.00 Airport Fund Airport 300,000,000.00 - - - - Capital Improvement Program Fund CIP - 1,293,732.00 - - - Total of Budget Amendment Items 300,453,399.00 1,810,804.00 - - 1.00 - - Fiscal Year 2020-21 Budget Amendment #6 Council ApprovedAdministration Proposed Section I: Council Added Items Section A: New Items Section D: Housekeeping Section F: Donations Section E: Grants Requiring No New Staff Resources Section G: Council Consent Agenda -- Grant Awards Section C: Grants for New Staff Resources Section B: Grants for Existing Staff Resources 1 Initiative Number/Name Fund Revenue Amount Expenditure Amount Revenue Amount Expenditure Amount Ongoing or One- time FTEs Fiscal Year 2020-21 Budget Amendment #6 Council ApprovedAdministration Proposed Current Year Budget Summary, provided for information only FY 2020-21 Budget, Including Budget Amendments FY 2020-21 Adopted Budget BA #1 Total BA #2 Total BA #3 Total BA #4 Total BA #5 Total BA #6 Total Total To-Date General Fund (FC 10)326,130,003 288,487.58 6,184,940.00 2,783,685.00 63,673.00 335,450,789 Curb and Gutter (FC 20)3,000 3,000 DEA Task Force Fund (FC 41)1,763,746 1,763,746 Misc Special Service Districts (FC 46)1,550,000 1,550,000 Street Lighting Enterprise (FC 48)5,379,697 1,500.00 5,381,197 Water Fund (FC 51)126,333,193 296,750.00 126,629,943 Sewer Fund (FC 52)212,638,399 108,500.00 212,746,899 Storm Water Fund (FC 53)17,961,860 32,650.00 17,994,510 Airport Fund (FC 54,55,56)302,311,600 - 520,000.00 38,956,452.00 341,788,052 Refuse Fund (FC 57)16,515,438 53,200.00 2,742,500.00 19,311,138 Golf Fund (FC 59)8,484,897 8,484,897 E-911 Fund (FC 60)3,789,270 3,789,270 Fleet Fund (FC 61)19,209,271 93,000.00 19,302,271 IMS Fund (FC 65)18,289,687 237,000.00 453,399.00 18,980,086 County Quarter Cent Sales Tax for Transportation (FC 69)7,571,945 7,571,945 CDBG Operating Fund (FC 71)3,509,164 3,063,849.00 6,573,013 Miscellaneous Grants (FC 72)8,261,044 716,764.00 5,925,738.42 5,925,738.00 7,818,505.00 28,647,789 Other Special Revenue (FC 73)- - Donation Fund (FC 77)2,380,172 2,380,172 Housing Loans & Trust (FC 78)23,248,016 23,248,016 Debt Service Fund (FC 81)37,519,401 (3,858,955.00) 33,660,446 CIP Fund (FC 83, 84 & 86)24,420,242 36,435,000.00 1,293,732.00 62,148,974 Governmental Immunity (FC 85)2,855,203 2,855,203 Risk Fund (FC 87)51,409,025 14,350.00 51,423,375 Total of Budget Amendment Items 1,221,534,273 716,764.00 7,463,826.00 45,141,392.00 5,925,738.00 49,091,934.00 1,810,804.00 1,331,684,731 Budget Manager Analyst, City Council Contingent Appropriation 2 Salt Lake City FY 2020-21 Budget Amendment #6 Initiative Number/Name Fund Amount 1 Section A: New Items A-1: Fisher Carriage House Exploration Center Construction Overage CIP Impact Fees $793,732.00 Department: Public Services Prepared By: Dawn Valente/Lorna Vogt The Carriage House Exploration Center project was initially funded through the CIP process, using Park Impact Fees, in FY2019. The project scope includes construction of an exploration center at the historic Fisher Carriage House that provides standing exhibits on the natural and cultural history of the Jordan River and surrounding area, and which showcases a beautiful restored historical structure. The exploration center will provide space for activities and education programs, places for visitors to engage with city staff and partners and get information about the Jordan River Parkway Trail and water trail. The center will also provide a home-base for outreach & education staff with the SLC Trails & Natural Lands Division, from which they can conduct programming up and down the Jordan River. Additionally, the project will compliment an adjacent boat ramp (construction planned for winter 2020) and create a recreational jumping -off point for the future Folsom Trail, the Jordan River Parkway Trail, and the Jordan River 'Paddle Trail.' As design development nears completion, SLC Engineering and the consulting architect, CRSA, have updated budget projections for the project. Unfortunately, those cost projections have increased significantly from the original b udget estimate created in 2018 based on a preliminary conceptual design. This budget amendment requests the additional funding necessary to implement the project, which (if funded) would go to bid in December 2020 and be constructed in 2021. Increased costs for the project are associated with all project elements, but particularly relate to the preservation of historic windows and doors, interior finishes, necessary plumbing and electrical upgrades, unforeseen utility upgrades and increased cost for proposed furnishings associated with the public exhibit space. The Administration would also like to let the Council know about future costs associated with the project. Future Ongoing Costs Personnel FT Site Manager and PT Assistant $ 90,000.00 Supplies and Materials $ 20,000.00 Kayak Rental Fleet (One-Time) $ 10,000.00 Facility Maintenance Costs $ 18,238.00 Grounds Maintenance Costs $ - * TOTAL $ 138,238.00 * In Trails Natural Lands budget A-2: Glendale Waterpark Redevelopment Plan CIP Impact Fees $225,000.00 Department: Public Services Prepared By: Dawn Valente/Lorna Vogt Public Lands is requesting a budget amendment for $225,000 in Impact Fees to hire a consultant to create a Development Plan for Glendale Water Park, a Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) site. A recent community survey found slightly more than half of the 3700 respondents supported new uses on the site. The Development Plan would articulate a long-term community supported vision for the site with phased implementation. The first phase, (to be determined with the input of public feedback) would implement active recreation on site within the three-year LWCF requirement. The 17-acre water park site located along the Jordan River is adjacent to two park sites, a golf course, the surplus canal and natural areas along the Jordan river. This is an opportunit y to create a plan that unifies these public amenities through connecting trails, unifying landscape character and the development of complementary recreation uses into a regional asset. Developing the water park site within the context of the more than 210 acres of public lands would foster positive activation and create a dynamic community asset. Because this site was private for so long, the development will essentially create a new park, added to SLC's park inventory, with new service to residents and is impact fee eligible. In the time of a pandemic and political divisions, it is more important than ever to invest in dynamic public spaces that connect Salt Lake City FY 2020-21 Budget Amendment #6 Initiative Number/Name Fund Amount 2 people and break down demographic and economic divides. The Glendale property is a unique opportunity to create a very special place the supports economic development, public health, a sense of community, and environmental sustainability as well as increase confidence in city government’s use of public funds. Project Tasks may include but not limited to: • Analyze the site and surrounding context: opportunities and constraints • Facilitate community and stakeholder engagement: community support • Define the Park Vision: Community vision and goals • Develop conceptual site plan alternatives: Explore development alternatives and cost estimates. Include analysis of alternative plan operations and maintenance requirements and cost estimates • Develop Final Site Development Plan • Develop an implementation plan that includes plan phasing and funding strategies • Facilitate adoption by City Council. A-3: Trailhead Property Acquisition CIP Impact Fees $275,000.00 Department: Public Services Prepared By: Dawn Valente/Lorna Vogt The Administration is requesting $275,000 of Impact Fees to purchase land for a trailhead. The Administration can provide additional details of the property in a closed session. A-4: City Innovations Team GF $63,673.00 IMS $453,399.00 Department: Public Services Prepared By: Lisa Shaffer/John Vuyk Salt Lake City Administration is looking to take transformational steps with regards to enterprise technologies and improved business practices. To do this the development of a team is required, this team will be known as the City Innovations Team. The team initially will be built upon existing resources from the Mayor’s Office, Public Services, IMS and Community and Neighborhoods. This team will take on larger enterprise projects like the new Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) effort. The team will also improve coordination and resources between the Civic Engagement Team and IMS Media Services. A further step to improve engagement is to combine SLC Media Services and the Civic Engagement Team into a city -wide communications/engagement team outside of the Mayor’s Office. Currently, departments work with both teams separately to develop engagement and communications strategies for projects. Both teams also co-manage SLCgov social media accounts. By combining the groups, the City can create a one stop shop for engagement/communications efforts. Positions: From Public Services Chief Innovations Officer – Nole Walkingshaw transfer FTE Deputy Director position Strategy & Special Projects Manager – Alyssa Johnson transfer FTE Strategy & Special Projects Manager position From Community and Neighborhoods Civic Engagement Team – Four FTE’s transferred from Community and Neighborhoods Elizabeth Buhler, Civic Engagement Manager Kyle Strayer, Civic Engagement Program Specialist Christianna Johnson, Civic Engagement Program Specialist Ronnie Buttons, Special Projects Assistant New Position Strategy & Special Projects Manager The proposal also includes operational costs associated with the team. Salt Lake City FY 2020-21 Budget Amendment #6 Initiative Number/Name Fund Amount 3 A-5: Police Department Hiring Class GF $0.00 Department: Police Department Prepared By: Shellie Dietrich The Administration and the Police Department are seeking Council support for the hiring of a police recruit class in January or February of 2021. The Police Department is not seeking additional funding but will use current budget for fully funded positions and attrition savings from the first six months of the year . Section B: Grants for Existing Staff Resources Section C: Grants for New Staff Resources Section D: Housekeeping D-1: Airport Interim Financing Airport $0.00 Department: Airport Prepared By: Brian Butler Salt Lake City Department of Airports (SLCDA) plans to issue interim financing up to $300 million in the form of either Commercial Paper backed by a Letter of Credit or a Line of Credit directly with a bank. We are currently in procur ement and are negotiating the terms of the agreement which we deem to be favorable especially considering the low interest rate environment. These funds will ultimately be refunded with long term debt, but we will maintain the facility for upwards of three years to help with financial flexibility on the Airport Redevelopment Project. These funds can be used for operating and maintenance expenses or to fund construction costs as determined by the Airport Finance division. Section E: Grants Requiring No New Staff Resources Section F: Donations Section G: Consent Agenda Section I: Council Added Items Impact Fees ‐ Quick Summary Confidential Data pulled 12/01/2020 Unallocated Budget Amounts: by Major Area Area Cost Center UnAllocated Cash Notes: Impact fee - Police 8484001 318,626$ A Impact fee - Fire 8484002 732,533$ B Impact fee - Parks 8484003 6,404,154$ C Impact fee - Streets 8484005 3,623,027$ D 11,078,339$ Expiring Amounts: by Major Area, by Month 202007 (Jul2020)2021Q1 -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 202008 (Aug2020)2021Q1 -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 202009 (Sep2020)2021Q1 -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 202010 (Oct2020)2021Q2 -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 202011 (Nov2020)2021Q2 -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 202012 (Dec2020)2021Q2 9,155$ ^ 1 -$ -$ -$ 9,155$ Current Month 202101 (Jan2021)2021Q3 669$ ^ 1 -$ -$ -$ 669$ 202102 (Feb2021)2021Q3 16,273$ ^ 1 -$ -$ -$ 16,273$ 202103 (Mar2021)2021Q3 16,105$ ^ 1 -$ -$ -$ 16,105$ 202104 (Apr2021)2021Q4 1,718$ ^ 1 -$ -$ -$ 1,718$ 202105 (May2021)2021Q4 14,542$ ^ 1 -$ -$ -$ 14,542$ 202106 (Jun2021)2021Q4 30,017$ ^ 1 -$ -$ -$ 30,017$ 202107 (Jul2021)2022Q1 10,107$ ^ 1 -$ -$ -$ 10,107$ 202108 (Aug2021)2022Q1 6,804$ ^ 1 -$ -$ -$ 6,804$ 202109 (Sep2021)2022Q1 5,554$ ^ 1 -$ -$ -$ 5,554$ 202110 (Oct2021)2022Q2 3,106$ ^ 1 -$ -$ -$ 3,106$ 202111 (Nov2021)2022Q2 -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 202112 (Dec2021)2022Q2 -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Total, Currently Expiring through June 2021 88,481$ -$ -$ -$ 88,481$ Notes ^1 Fiscal Year 2021Fiscal Quarter E = A + B + C + D Police Fire Parks Streets Total FY 2022Calendar Month 12/01/20: We are currently in a refund situation. We will refund $88k in the next 11 months without offsetting expenditures Impact Fees Confidential Data pulled 12/01/2020 AAA BBB CCC DDD = AAA - BBB - CCC Police Allocation Budget Amended Allocation Encumbrances YTD Expenditures Allocation Remaining Appropriation Values Crime lab rent 8417001 -$ 118$ -$ (118)$ Impact fee - Police 8484001 -$ -$ -$ -$ Eastside Precint 8419201 21,639$ 21,639$ -$ -$ Sugarhouse Police Precinct 8417016 10,331$ 10,331$ -$ -$ Public Safety Building Replcmn 8405005 14,068$ 14,068$ -$ 0$ Police'sConsultant'sContract 8419205 5,520$ 5,462$ -$ 58$ Police impact fee refunds 8417006 510,828$ -$ -$ 510,828$ Police Refunds 8418013 539,687$ -$ 2,883$ 536,804$ A PolicePrecinctLandAquisition 8419011 1,410,243$ 239,836$ -$ 1,170,407$ Grand Total 2,512,316$ 291,454$ 2,883$ 2,217,979$ Fire Allocation Budget Amended Allocation Encumbrances YTD Expenditures Allocation Remaining Appropriation Values Fire refunds 8416007 82,831$ -$ -$ 82,831$ Fire Station #14 8415001 6,650$ 6,650$ -$ -$ Fire Station #14 8416006 52,040$ -$ -$ 52,040$ Fire Station #3 8415002 1,568$ -$ -$ 1,568$ Fire Station #3 8416009 1,050$ 96$ 485$ 469$ Impact fee - Fire 8484002 -$ -$ -$ -$ Study for Fire House #3 8413001 15,700$ -$ -$ 15,700$ FireTrainingCenter 8419012 46,550$ -$ 46,550$ -$ B Fire'sConsultant'sContract 8419202 10,965$ 10,907$ -$ 58$ FY20 FireTrainingFac. 8420431 66,546$ 2,000$ 8,576$ 55,971$ Fire Station #3 Debt Service 8421200 541,106$ -$ -$ 541,106$ Fire Station #14 Debt Service 8421201 339,172$ -$ -$ 339,172$ Grand Total 1,164,177$ 19,653$ 55,610$ 1,088,913$ Parks Allocation Budget Amended Allocation Encumbrances YTD Expenditures Allocation Remaining Appropriation Values Impact fee - Parks 8484003 -$ -$ -$ -$ Three Creeks Confluence 8419101 173,017$ 159,062$ 13,955$ -$ Park'sConsultant'sContract 8419204 7,643$ 7,601$ -$ 42$ 337 Community Garden, 337 S 40 8416002 277$ -$ -$ 277$ Folsom Trail/City Creek Daylig 8417010 766$ -$ 353$ 414$ Cwide Dog Lease Imp 8418002 24,056$ 23,000$ -$ 1,056$ Jordan R 3 Creeks Confluence 8417018 11,856$ 50$ 10,237$ 1,570$ Rosewood Dog Park 8417013 16,087$ -$ 14,155$ 1,932$ C Jordan R Trail Land Acquisitn 8417017 2,946$ -$ -$ 2,946$ Fairmont Park Lighting Impr 8418004 50,356$ 43,597$ 605$ 6,155$ Parks and Public Lands Compreh 8417008 7,500$ -$ -$ 7,500$ Rich Prk Comm Garden 8420138 27,478$ 7,561$ 11,210$ 8,707$ Redwood Meadows Park Dev 8417014 15,939$ 760$ 4,851$ 10,329$ ImperialParkShadeAcct'g 8419103 10,830$ -$ -$ 10,830$ Park refunds 8416008 11,796$ -$ -$ 11,796$ 9line park 8416005 86,322$ 38,566$ 34,689$ 13,067$ Warm Springs Off Leash 8420132 27,000$ -$ -$ 27,000$ JR Boat Ram 8420144 125,605$ 57,482$ 1,226$ 66,897$ IF Prop Acquisition 3 Creeks 8420406 350,000$ -$ 257,265$ 92,736$ Parks Impact Fees 8418015 102,256$ -$ -$ 102,256$ UTGov Ph2 Foothill Trails 8420420 200,000$ 70,340$ 17,100$ 112,560$ 9Line Orchard 8420136 195,045$ -$ -$ 195,045$ Cnty #2 Match 3 Creek Confluen 8420426 515,245$ 319,862$ (7,517)$ 202,900$ Bridge to Backman 8418005 350,250$ 323$ 24,045$ 325,881$ Parley's Trail Design & Constr 8417012 327,678$ 979$ -$ 326,699$ Cnty #1 Match 3 Creek Confluen 8420424 400,000$ -$ -$ 400,000$ Jordan Prk Event Grounds 8420134 431,000$ -$ -$ 431,000$ Wasatch Hollow Improvements 8420142 490,830$ -$ -$ 490,830$ FY20 Bridge to Backman 8420430 727,000$ 63,456$ -$ 663,544$ Marmalade Park Block Phase II 8417011 1,145,394$ 64,287$ 15,756$ 1,065,351$ Fisher Carriage House 8420130 1,098,764$ -$ -$ 1,098,764$ Pioneer Park 8419150 3,442,199$ 94,100$ 14,400$ 3,333,699$ Grand Total 10,375,136$ 951,025$ 412,329$ 9,011,782$ Streets Allocation Budget Amended Allocation Encumbrances YTD Expenditures Allocation Remaining Appropriation Values 700 South Reconstruction 8414001 310,032$ -$ 310,032$ -$ 700 South Reconstruction 8415004 1,157,506$ 258,285$ 899,221$ -$ IF Roundabout 2000 E Parleys 8420122 455,000$ -$ 455,000$ -$ Impact fee - Streets Westside 8484005 -$ -$ -$ -$ 500 to 700 S 8418016 575,000$ 575,000$ -$ -$ LifeOnState Imp Fee 8419009 124,605$ 3,120$ 121,485$ -$ Transportation Safety Improvem 8417007 22,360$ 20,000$ 821$ 1,539$ Gladiola Street 8406001 16,544$ 13,953$ 347$ 2,244$ D Street'sConsultant'sContract 8419203 39,176$ 17,442$ 9,360$ 12,374$ Trans Master Plan 8419006 13,000$ -$ -$ 13,000$ Transp Safety Improvements 8420110 250,000$ 211,917$ -$ 38,083$ 500/700 S Street Reconstructio 8412001 41,027$ 118$ -$ 40,909$ 1300 S Bicycle Bypass (pedestr 8416004 42,833$ -$ -$ 42,833$ Complete Street Enhancements 8420120 125,000$ 60,848$ -$ 64,152$ Trans Safety Improvements 8419007 210,752$ 118,878$ 6,134$ 85,740$ Indiana Ave/900 S Rehab Design 8412002 124,593$ -$ -$ 124,593$ Transportation Safety Imp 8418007 147,912$ 2,162$ 7,506$ 138,244$ 9 Line Central Ninth 8418011 152,500$ -$ -$ 152,500$ Bikeway Urban Trails 8418003 200,000$ -$ -$ 200,000$ TransportationSafetyImprov IF 8421500 375,000$ 72,947$ -$ 302,053$ IF Complete Street Enhancement 8421502 625,000$ -$ -$ 625,000$ Traffic Signal Upgrades 8419008 251,316$ 9,969$ 5,719$ 235,628$ Traffic Signal Upgrades 8420105 300,000$ -$ -$ 300,000$ Traffic Signal Upgrades 8421501 875,000$ -$ -$ 875,000$ Street Improve Reconstruc 20 8420125 2,858,090$ 452,870$ -$ 2,405,220$ Grand Total 9,292,247$ 1,817,510$ 1,815,625$ 5,659,112$ Total 23,343,877$ 3,079,643$ 2,286,446$ 17,977,787$ E = A + B + C + D TRUE TRUE TRUE TRUE 318,626$ $732,533 8484001 UnAllocated Budget Amount 6,404,154$ 3,623,027$ 11,078,339$ 8484002 8484003 8484005 Item E1 CITY COUNCIL OF SALT LAKE CITY 451 SOUTH STATE STREET, ROOM 304 P.O. BOX 145476, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH 84114-5476 SLCCOUNCIL.COM TEL 801-535-7600 FAX 801-535-7651 MOTION SHEET CITY COUNCIL of SALT LAKE CITY TO:City Council Members FROM: Russell Weeks Senior Policy Analyst DATE:January 19, 2021 RE: MOTION SHEET – RESOLUTION: AUTHORIZING ESTABLISHING A SHORT-TERM BORROWING PROGRAM FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF AIRPORTS MOTION 1: TO ADOPT THE PROPOSED RESOLUTION I move that the Council adopt a resolution: o Authorizing the issuance and/or incurrence from time to time of one or more series of subordinate airport revenue short-term revolving obligations in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $300 million outstanding at any one time in the form of a revolving line of credit for the purpose, among others, of financing and refinancing certain capital improvements to the Salt Lake City International Airport. o Authorizing the execution and delivery of a master subordinate trust indenture, a revolving credit agreed, a fee agreement, promissory notes and all other related documentation. o Providing for the publication of a notice of public hearing and bonds to be issued. o Providing for the running of a contest period. o Authorizing the taking of all other actions necessary for the consummation of the transactions of this resolution, and related matters. MOTION 2: NOT TO ADOPT THE PROPOSED RESOLUTION I move that the Council not adopt the proposed resolution. CITY COUNCIL OF SALT LAKE CITY 451 SOUTH STATE STREET, ROOM 304 P.O. BOX 145476, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH 84114-5476 SLCCOUNCIL.COM TEL 801-535-7600 FAX 801-535-7651 COUNCIL STAFF REPORT CITY COUNCIL of SALT LAKE CITY TO:City Council Members FROM: Russell Weeks Senior Policy Analyst DATE:January 15, 2021 at 8:02 PM RE: RESOLUTION: AUTHORIZING ESTABLISHING A SHORT-TERM BORROWING PROGRAM FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF AIRPORTS ISSUE AT-A-GLANCE Goal of the briefing: To discuss with Mayor Erin Mendenhall’s Administration a proposed resolution that would authorize the City to establish a line of credit to use to continue construction at Salt Lake City International Airport. Draws on the line of credit would not exceed $300 million at any given time. The Council also will consider whether to adopt the resolution at its formal meeting the same night. Establishing the line of credit is intended as an interim step to help continue financing construction at the Salt Lake City International Airport until interest rates in the long-term public revenue bond market improve. The revolving line of credit would be provided by JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association, and carry a three-year term. Borrowings under the line of credit would bear interest at variable rates. Tax-exempt borrowings are anticipated to bear interest at a rate of 1.5% (based on the current senior long-term bond ratings of the Airport and current tax-exempt variable interest rates), and taxable borrowings are anticipated to bear interest and taxable borrowings are anticipated to bear interest at a rate of 1.75% (based on the current senior long-term bond ratings of the Airport and current taxable variable interest rates). The interim financing also will require the Airport to pay a commitment fee of 0.7% (based on the current senior long-term bond ratings of the Airport) on any undrawn funds.1 Ultimately, principal repayment of the line of credit will be primarily done through future long-term debt issuances.2 Item Schedule: Briefing: January 19, 2021 Set Date: January 19, 2021 Public Hearing: February 16, 2021 Potential Action: January 19, 2021 Page | 2 Bond issues and related items like the proposed line of credit require a series of steps. The Council on January 19 will: 1.) Discuss the proposed resolution during its work session. 2.) Consider adopting the resolution authorizing the establishment of a short-term borrowing program for the benefit of the Department of Airports. 3.) Set a February 16, 2021, date for a public hearing on issues related to the resolution. The actions are designed to meet public advertisement requirements for a 30-day period that would allow people and groups to contest the proposed resolution. A motion sheet is attached to this report. The first motion is a motion to adopt the resolution. POLICY QUESTIONS 1. What would happen if the City Council does not adopt the proposed resolution? ADDITIONAL & BACKGROUND INFORMATION According to the Administration transmittal, the Department of Airports had planned to go to the bond market in fall 2020 to obtain capital financing for the second phase of the Airport Redevelopment Program. But one effect of the Covid-19 pandemic was higher interest rates for airport revenue bonds due to a drop in airline passenger traffic. Airport managers then pursued finding a way to finance construction short- term and at a lower interest rate.3 Airport managers plan to repay the short-term debt with funds from future long-term debt issuances when long-term interest rates improve.4 To date, the projected total budget for the Airport Redevelopment Project is $4,100,509,714. Since the project began the department has received $2,645,986,591 in invoices related to the project. As a practice, the department uses cash first to pay project expenses. After that, it requests eligible reimbursements from bond or line of credit funds. The department is committed to spending $879 million in cash for the project. To date, the department has paid $342,143,384 in cash and has $304 million earmarked for on-going capital projects funded on an annual basis.5 According to the department, airline passenger forecasts for Fiscal Year 2021-2022 are more optimistic about potential users. In addition, the Covid-19 relief package that Congress passed in December contains $2 billion for U.S. airport operations and concessionaires, and $16 billion for airlines.6 The department’s budget, plus federal aid, plus potential increases in airline passengers point to the department’s continued ability to meet debt obligations for the project. 1 Administration transmittal letter, January 5, 2021, Bill Wyatt and Brian Butler, Page 1. 2 Email, Department of Airports Finance Director Brian Butler, January 12, 2021. 3 Transmittal letter, Page 2. 4 Transmittal letter, Page 2; email Brian Butler, January 12, 2021. 5 Email, Brian Butler, January 12, 2021. 6 Email, Brian Butler, January 12, 2021; remarks, Sen. Mitt Romney to Salt Lake Chamber via Zoom, December 23, 2020. 4838-8937-7748.6 RESOLUTION NO. _______ OF 2021 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE AND/OR INCURRENCE FROM TIME TO TIME OF ONE OR MORE SERIES OF SUBORDINATE AIRPORT REVENUE SHORT-TERM REVOLVING OBLIGATIONS IN AN AGGREGATE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $300,000,000 OUTSTANDING AT ANY ONE TIME IN THE FORM OF A REVOLVING LINE OF CREDIT FOR THE PURPOSE, AMONG OTHERS, OF FINANCING AND REFINANCING CERTAIN CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS TO THE SALT LAKE CITY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT; AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION AND DELIVERY OF A MASTER SUBORDINATE TRUST INDENTURE, A FIRST SUPPLEMENTAL SUBORDINATE TRUST INDENTURE, A REVOLVING CREDIT AGREEMENT, A FEE AGREEMENT, PROMISSORY NOTES AND ALL OTHER RELATED DOCUMENTATION; PROVIDING FOR THE PUBLICATION OF A NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING AND A NOTICE OF BONDS TO BE ISSUED; PROVIDING FOR THE RUNNING OF A CONTEST PERIOD; AUTHORIZING THE TAKING OF ALL OTHER ACTIONS NECESSARY FOR THE CONSUMMATION OF THE TRANSACTIONS CONTEMPLATED BY THIS RESOLUTION; AND RELATED MATTERS. W I T N E S S E T H : WHEREAS, Salt Lake City, Utah (the “City”), is a duly organized and existing city of the first class, operating under the general laws of the State of Utah (the “State”); and WHEREAS, pursuant to authority contained in the Local Government Bonding Act, Title 11, Chapter 14, Utah Code Annotated 1953, as amended (the “Act”), and other applicable provisions of law, and the Master Trust Indenture, dated as of February 1, 2017 (the “Master Senior Indenture”), and various supplemental indentures, all by and between the City and Wilmington Trust, National Association, as trustee (the “Senior Trustee”), the City has previously issued four series of its Airport Revenue Bonds (collectively, the “Senior Bonds”) in the aggregate principal amount of $1,850,550,000; and WHEREAS, the Senior Bonds were issued to (a) finance the acquisition, construction, rehabilitation and equipping of capital improvements to Salt Lake City International Airport (the “Projects”); (b) fund capitalized interest on the Senior Bonds; (c) make a deposit to the debt service reserve fund for the Senior Bonds; and (d) pay the costs incurred in connection with the issuance and sale of the Senior Bonds; and WHEREAS, the Senior Bonds are secured by a pledge of and lien on and payable from Net Revenues (as defined in the Master Senior Indenture); and WHEREAS, the Master Senior Indenture permits the City to issue or enter into, from time to time, Subordinate Obligations (as defined in the Master Senior Indenture and which includes any bond, note or other debt instrument) that are secured by a pledge of and lien on and payable 2 4838-8937-7748.6 from Revenues remaining after the deposits to the funds, accounts and subaccounts set forth in Section 4.03(b)(i) through (iii) of the Master Senior Indenture; WHEREAS, the City considers it necessary and desirable and for the benefit of the City and its residents to establish a short-term borrowing program which shall be implemented through the issuance and/or incurrence of one or more series of Subordinate Obligations (as defined in the Master Senior Indenture) in the form of subordinate airport revenue short-term revolving obligations (the “Subordinate Revolving Obligations”), as hereinafter provided, for the purposes of financing and refinancing the Projects and other capital improvements to the Airport System (as defined in the hereinafter defined Master Subordinate Indenture), financing certain costs of issuance related to the Subordinate Revolving Obligations, and for any other purposes permitted under the Act and the Master Subordinate Indenture (including, but not limited to, the refunding and restructuring of indebtedness of the City issued pursuant to the Master Senior Indenture and/or the Master Subordinate Indenture); and WHEREAS, the Subordinate Revolving Obligations shall be issued and/or incurred through a revolving line of credit to be provided by JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association (the “Bank”) pursuant to the Act, a Master Subordinate Trust Indenture (the “Master Subordinate Indenture”), to be executed and delivered by and between the City and Zions Bancorporation, National Association, as trustee (the “Subordinate Trustee”), a First Supplemental Subordinate Trust Indenture (the “First Supplemental Subordinate Indenture”), to be executed and delivered by and between the City and the Subordinate Trustee, and a Revolving Credit Agreement (the “Credit Agreement”), to be executed and delivered by and between the City and the Bank, and the Subordinate Revolving Obligations may be outstanding at any one time in an aggregate principal amount not exceeding $300,000,000; and WHEREAS, the obligations incurred by the City pursuant to the terms of the Credit Agreement and the Fee Agreement (the “Fee Agreement”), to be executed and delivered by and between the City and the Bank (including, but not limited to, Revolving Loans, the Term Loan and Commitment Fees (as each term is defined in the Credit Agreement and the Fee Agreement, respectively)) will be limited obligations of the City, secured by, and payable from, Subordinate Revenues (as defined in the Master Subordinate Indenture) and certain other funds and accounts as provided in the Master Subordinate Indenture and the First Supplemental Subordinate Indenture and will be evidenced by one or more tax-exempt and taxable promissory notes to be executed and delivered by the City and delivered to the Bank (collectively, the “Notes”); and WHEREAS, the Revolving Loans and the Term Loan may be incurred under the Credit Agreement whereby the interest paid by the City on such Revolving Loans and Term Loan may be (i) excluded from the gross income of the recipients thereof under the varying provisions of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, and the regulations promulgated thereunder or related thereto (collectively, the “Code”) or (ii) included in the gross income of the recipients thereof under the Code; and WHEREAS, Sections 11-14-316 and 11-14-318 of the Act provide that before issuing bonds, an issuing entity (a) may provide public notice of its intent to issue such bonds, and (b) must hold a public hearing to receive input from the public with respect to (i) the issuance of such bonds, 3 4838-8937-7748.6 and (ii) the potential economic impact that the improvement, facility or property for which the bonds pay all or part of the cost will have on the private sector; and WHEREAS, in compliance with Section 11-14-316 of the Act, the City desires to provide for the publication of a Notice of Bonds to be Issued (the “Notice of Bonds to be Issued”) and the running of a 30-day contest period, and to cause the publication of the Notice of Bonds to be Issued at this time with respect to the issuance and/or incurrence of the Subordinate Revolving Obligations and the Notes; and WHEREAS, in compliance with Section 11-14-318 of the Act and Section 147(f) of the Code, the City desires to call a public hearing and to publish a notice of such hearing with respect to the Subordinate Revolving Obligations, the Credit Agreement, the Fee Agreement, the Notes and the Projects, to provide for the publication of a Notice of Public Hearing (the “Notice of Public Hearing”), and to cause the publication of the Notice of Public Hearing at this time with respect to the issuance and/or incurrence of the Subordinate Revolving Obligations and the Notes; and WHEREAS, in the opinion of the City Council of Salt Lake City, Utah (the “City Council”), it is in the best interest of the City and its residents that the City be authorized to execute and deliver the Master Subordinate Indenture, the First Supplemental Subordinate Indenture, the Credit Agreement, the Notes, the Fee Agreement and such other necessary documents with respect to the issuance and/or incurrence of the Subordinate Revolving Obligations, from time to time, all as provided herein; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of Salt Lake City, Utah, as follows: Section 1. Establishment of Short-Term Borrowing Program and Issuance and/or Incurrence of Subordinate Revolving Obligations; Terms of Subordinate Revolving Obligations. (a) For the purposes set forth in the foregoing recitals, there is hereby authorized and directed (a) the establishment of a short-term borrowing program for the benefit of the Department of Airports of the City which shall be implemented through the issuance and/or incurrence, from time to time, by the City of the Subordinate Revolving Obligations (which shall be designated as the “Salt Lake City, Utah Subordinate Airport Revenue Short-Term Revolving Obligations”) pursuant to the Master Subordinate Indenture, the First Supplemental Subordinate Indenture and the Credit Agreement, provided that the aggregate principal amount of all Subordinate Revolving Obligations outstanding at any one time shall not exceed $300,000,000, and (b) the incurrence by the City of the Obligations (as defined in the Credit Agreement). The Bank’s commitment to make (i) Revolving Loans to the City, shall have a term not exceeding three (3) years from the effective date of the Credit Agreement, unless such date is earlier terminated pursuant to the terms of the Credit Agreement or extended, reduced or rescinded by a subsequent resolution of the City Council (and approved by the Bank), and (ii) any Term Loan to the City, shall have a term not exceeding three (3) years following the date of conversion of the Revolving Loans to a Term Loan in accordance with the terms of the Credit Agreement. The outstanding principal amount of each Revolving Loan and the Term Loan shall bear 4 4838-8937-7748.6 interest at variable rates, which rates will be calculated pursuant to the methods set forth in the Credit Agreement. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in the previous sentence or the provisions of this Resolution, interest payable by the City on any Revolving Loan or the Term Loan shall not exceed the lesser of eighteen percent (18%) per annum and the maximum rate permitted by applicable law (the “Highest Lawful Rate”); provided, however, if the rate of interest calculated in accordance with the terms of the Credit Agreement exceeds the Highest Lawful Rate, interest at the rate equal to the difference between the rate of interest calculated in accordance with the terms of the Credit Agreement and the Highest Lawful Rate shall be deferred until such date as the rate of interest calculated in accordance with the terms of the Credit Agreement ceases to exceed the Highest Lawful Rate, at which time the City shall pay the Bank the deferred interest as provided in the Credit Agreement. (b) The short-term borrowing program is being established and the Subordinate Revolving Obligations will be issued and/or incurred, from time to time, to provide funds to finance on either a reimbursement or forward funding basis the acquisition, construction, rehabilitation and equipping of capital improvements to Salt Lake City International Airport and other components of the Airport System, to finance certain costs of issuance related to the Subordinate Revolving Obligations, and to finance such other purposes permitted under the Act and the Master Subordinate Indenture (including, but not limited to, the refunding and restructuring of indebtedness of the City issued pursuant to the Master Senior Indenture and/or the Master Subordinate Indenture). The Revolving Loans and the Term Loan shall be subject to prepayment as provided in the Credit Agreement. (c) The City shall be obligated to repay the Bank for all Borrowings (as defined in the Credit Agreement), Revolving Loans and a Term Loan and to pay all other Obligations owed to the Bank (including the Commitment Fees) under the Credit Agreement and the Fee Agreement, and such Borrowings, Revolving Loans, Term Loan and other Obligations shall be payable, both with respect to interest and principal as provided for in the Master Subordinate Indenture, the First Supplemental Subordinate Indenture, the Credit Agreement, the Fee Agreement and the Notes. The Revolving Loans and the Term Loan may be incurred under the Credit Agreement whereby the interest paid by the City on such Revolving Loans and Term Loans is excluded from gross income for federal income tax purposes or not excluded or part excluded and part not excluded in such combination as is acceptable to the Authorized Representative (as hereinafter defined) authorizing the same. (d) The terms of each Revolving Loan shall, consistent with this Resolution, the First Supplemental Subordinate Indenture and the Credit Agreement, be set forth in a Revolving Loan Notice (as described in the Credit Agreement) delivered to the Bank by an Authorized Representative. Section 2. Pledge to Secure the Subordinate Revolving Obligations, the Revolving Loans, the Term Loans, the Notes and the Obligations. The Subordinate Revolving Obligations, the Revolving Loans, the Term Loan, the Notes and the Obligations will be limited obligations of the City, payable solely from and secured by a pledge of Subordinate Revenues (as defined in the Master Subordinate Indenture) derived by the City from the operations of the Airport 5 4838-8937-7748.6 System (as defined in the Master Subordinate Indenture) and certain funds and accounts established pursuant to the Master Subordinate Indenture and the First Supplemental Subordinate Indenture on parity with any additional Subordinate Obligations (as defined in the Master Subordinate Indenture) issued in the future. None of the properties of the Airport System will be subject to any mortgage or other lien for the benefit of the owners of the Subordinate Revolving Obligations, the Revolving Loans, the Term Loan, the Notes and the Obligations, and neither the full faith and credit nor the taxing power of the City, the State of Utah (the “State”) or any political subdivision or agency of the State will be pledged to the payment of the Subordinate Revolving Obligations, the Revolving Loans, the Term Loan, the Notes or the Obligations. Section 3. Approval and Execution of the Documents. The Master Subordinate Indenture, in substantially the form attached hereto as Exhibit A, the First Supplemental Subordinate Indenture, in substantially the form attached hereto as Exhibit B, the Credit Agreement, in substantially the form attached hereto as Exhibit C, and the Fee Agreement, in substantially the form attached hereto as Exhibit D (collectively, the “Documents”), are hereby authorized and approved, and the Mayor of the City or the Mayor’s designee (the “Mayor”) is hereby authorized, empowered and directed to execute and deliver the Documents on behalf of the City, and the City Recorder of the City (the “City Recorder”) or any Deputy City Recorder is hereby authorized, empowered and directed to affix to the Documents the seal of the City and to attest such seal and countersign such Documents, with such changes to the Documents from the forms attached hereto as are approved by the Mayor, her execution thereof to constitute conclusive evidence of such approval. The Mayor and the City Recorder or any Deputy City Recorder also are hereby authorized and directed to direct the Subordinate Trustee to authenticate the Credit Agreement and the Fee Agreement. The Master Subordinate Indenture, the First Supplemental Subordinate Indenture and the Credit Agreement, shall constitute a “system of registration” for all purposes of the Registered Public Obligations Act of Utah. Section 4. Approval and Execution and Authentication of Notes. The form of the Notes set forth in the form of the Credit Agreement, subject to appropriate insertions and revisions in order to comply with the provisions of the Master Subordinate Indenture, the First Supplemental Indenture and the Credit Agreement, is hereby approved. The Mayor and the City Recorder or any Deputy City Recorder are hereby authorized and directed to execute and seal the Notes and to direct the Subordinate Trustee to authenticate the Notes. Any such execution of the Notes by the Mayor and the City Recorder or any Deputy City Recorder may be made by manual, facsimile or electronic signature. Any facsimile or electronic signature of the Mayor and/or the City Recorder or any Deputy City Recorder shall have the same force and effect as if the Mayor and/or City Recorder or any Deputy City Recorder had manually signed each of such Notes. Section 5. Other Certificates and Documents Required to Evidence Compliance with Federal Tax Laws. Each of the Mayor, the City Recorder or any Deputy City Recorder, the Executive Director for the Department of Airports of the City or his designee (the “Airport Executive Director”) and the Chief Financial Officer for the Department of Airports of the City or his designee (the “Airport Chief Financial Officer”), acting singularly, is hereby authorized and directed to execute such certificates and documents, including one or more tax compliance certificates, as are required to evidence compliance with the Code relating to the tax-exempt status of interest on any Tax-Exempt Revolving Loan (as defined in the Credit Agreement) and the Tax- Exempt Note (as defined in the Credit Agreement). 6 4838-8937-7748.6 Section 6. Authorized Representatives. The Mayor, the City Recorder, the Airport Executive Director, the Airport Chief Financial Officer (or such other titles as the City may from time to time assign for such respective positions), including any such officer serving in an acting or interim capacity, and any other persons the Airport Executive Director may designate in writing, are each appointed to serve as “Authorized Representatives” of the City under the terms of this Resolution, the First Supplemental Subordinate Indenture and the Credit Agreement. The Authorized Representatives are, and each of them is, hereby authorized and are hereby directed to perform those duties set forth in the Documents including, without limitation, the execution of a Revolving Loan Notice (as described in the Credit Agreement) and any required request for a Term Loan. The Authorized Representatives are, and each of them is, also authorized to make representations, certifications and warranties in connection with the issuance and/or incurrence of Revolving Loans and a Term Loan as and when required in the Documents and the certifications and agreements relating to the federal tax exemption with regards to certain advances. The Authorized Representatives are hereby further authorized, empowered and directed to do all such acts and things and to execute all such documents as may be necessary to carry out and comply with the provisions of the Documents. Section 7. Other Actions With Respect to the Subordinate Revolving Obligations. The officers and employees of the City shall take all action necessary or reasonably required to carry out, give effect to, and consummate the transactions contemplated hereby and shall take all action necessary or desirable in conformity with the Act, the Master Senior Indenture, the Master Subordinate Indenture, the First Supplemental Subordinate Indenture, the Credit Agreement, the Notes and the Fee Agreement to carry out the issuance and/or incurrence, from time to time, of the Subordinate Revolving Obligations, including, without limitation, the execution and delivery of any closing and other documents required to be delivered in connection with the execution and delivery of the Master Subordinate Indenture, the First Supplemental Subordinate Indenture, the Credit Agreement, the Notes and the Fee Agreement. If (a) the Mayor; (b) the City Recorder; (c) the Airport Executive Director; or (d) the Airport Chief Financial Officer shall be unavailable or unable to execute or attest and countersign, respectively, the Master Subordinate Indenture, the First Supplemental Subordinate Indenture, the Credit Agreement, the Notes and the Fee Agreement or the other documents that they are hereby authorized to execute, attest and countersign, the same may be executed, or attested and countersigned, respectively, (i) by the Mayor’s Chief of Staff; (ii) by any Deputy City Recorder; (iii) by any designee of the Airport Executive Director; or (iv) by any designee of the Airport Chief Financial Officer. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, the officers and employees of the City are authorized and directed to take such action as shall be necessary and appropriate to execute and deliver the Master Subordinate Indenture, the First Supplemental Subordinate Indenture, the Credit Agreement, the Notes and the Fee Agreement and issue and/or incur the Subordinate Revolving Obligations. Section 8. Trustee. Zions Bancorporation, National Association is hereby appointed as trustee under the Master Subordinate Indenture and the First Supplemental Subordinate Indenture. Section 9. Notice of Public Hearing and Notice of Bonds to be Issued; Contest Period. (a) In accordance with Section 11-14-318 of the Act, the City shall hold a public hearing on February 16, 2021, to receive input from the public with respect to (a) the issuance and/or incurrence of the Subordinate Revolving Obligations; (b) the potential 7 4838-8937-7748.6 economic impact that the Projects will have on the private sector, which hearing date shall not be less than 14 days after the Notice of Public Hearing is first published, such publication to be made (i) once a week for two consecutive weeks in The Salt Lake Tribune, a newspaper of general circulation in the City, with the first publication being not less than 14 days prior to the public hearing (which publication may be via such newspaper’s online version, provided if permitted under applicable State law); (ii) on the Utah Public Notice Website created under Section 63F-1-701 Utah Code Annotated 1953, as amended; and (iii) on the Utah Legal Notices website (www.utahlegals.com) created under Section 45-1- 101, Utah Code Annotated 1953, as amended. The City directs its officers and staff to cause the Notice of Public Hearing, in substantially the form attached hereto as Exhibit E, to be published at the times and in the newspaper and on the websites described in this Section 8. Such public hearing shall be held and the Notice of Public Hearing shall be published also for purposes of complying with Section 147(f) of the Code. After the public hearing, the Mayor is hereby authorized to approve the issuance and/or incurrence of the Subordinate Revolving Obligations in accordance with Section 147(f) of the Code. (b) In accordance with Section 11-14-316 of the Act, the City directs its officers and staff to cause the Notice of Bonds to be Issued, in substantially the form attached hereto as Exhibit F. The Notice of Bonds to be Issued shall be published in The Salt Lake Tribune, a newspaper of general circulation in the City (which publication may be via such newspaper’s online version, provided if permitted under applicable State law) ; (ii) on the Utah Public Notice Website created under Section 63F-1-701 Utah Code Annotated 1953, as amended; and (iii) on the Utah Legal Notices website (www.utahlegals.com) created under Section 45-1-101, Utah Code Annotated 1953, as amended. The City Recorder shall cause a copy of this Resolution (together with all exhibits hereto) to be kept on file electronically and at 349 South 200 East, Salt Lake City, Utah, for public examination during the regular business hours of the City until at least thirty (30) days from and after the date of publication of the Notice of Bonds to be Issued. Section 10. Prior Acts Ratified, Approved and Confirmed. All acts of the officers and employees of the City heretofore or hereafter undertaken in connection with the issuance and/or incurrence of the Subordinate Revolving Obligations are hereby ratified, approved and confirmed. Section 11. Resolution Irrepealable. Following the execution and delivery of the Master Subordinate Indenture, the First Supplemental Subordinate Indenture, the Credit Agreement, the Fee Agreement and the Notes, this Resolution shall be and remain irrepealable until all of the Subordinate Revolving Obligations and the interest thereon shall have been fully paid, cancelled, and discharged. Section 12. Severability. If any section, paragraph, clause, or provision of this Resolution shall for any reason be held to be invalid or unenforceable, the invalidity or unenforceability of such section, paragraph, clause, or provision shall not affect any of the remaining provisions of this Resolution. 8 4838-8937-7748.6 Section 13. Effective Date. This Resolution shall be effective immediately upon its approval and adoption. [Remainder of page intentionally left blank; signature page follows] S-1 4838-8937-7748.6 ADOPTED AND APPROVED by the City Council of Salt Lake City, Utah, this 19th day of January, 2021. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH By Chair, Salt Lake City Council ATTEST: By City Recorder [SEAL] APPROVED: By Mayor APPROVED AS TO FORM: By Megan DePaulis Senior City Attorney 1/15/2021 4838-8937-7748.6 EXHIBIT A [ATTACH FORM OF MASTER SUBORDINATE TRUST INDENTURE] 4838-8937-7748.6 EXHIBIT B [ATTACH FORM OF FIRST SUPPLEMENTAL SUBORDINATE TRUST INDENTURE] 4838-8937-7748.6 EXHIBIT C [ATTACH FORM OF REVOLVING CREDIT AGREEMENT ] 4838-8937-7748.6 EXHIBIT D [ATTACH FORM OF FEE AGREEMENT] 4838-8937-7748.6 EXHIBIT E NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the provisions of the Local Government Bonding Act, Title 11, Chapter 14, Utah Code Annotated 1953, as amended, and Section 147(f) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, that on January 19, 2021 the City Council (the “Council”) of Salt Lake City, Utah (the “City”), adopted a resolution (the “Resolution”) in which it authorized the plan of financing involving the establishment of a short-term borrowing program for the benefit of the Department of Airports of the City, which program shall be implemented through the issuance and/or incurrence, from time to time, of the City’s Subordinate Airport Revenue Short-Term Revolving Obligations (the “Subordinate Revolving Obligations”) and called a public hearing to receive input from the public. PURPOSE, TIME, PLACE AND LOCATION OF PUBLIC HEARING [The City shall hold a public hearing on February 16, 2021, at the hour of 7:00 p.m. at Room 315, 451 South State Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. The purpose of the hearing is to receive input from the public with respect to (a) the establishment of the short-term borrowing program through the issuance and/or incurrence, from time to time, of the Subordinate Revolving Obligations, and (b) the potential economic impact that the Projects (as hereinafter defined) to be financed with the proceeds of the Subordinate Revolving Obligations will have on the private sector. All members of the public are invited to attend and participate. [or] [The City shall hold a public hearing on February 16, 2021, at the hour of 7:00 p.m. via electronic means pursuant to the Council Chair determination that conducting a City Council meeting at a physical location presents a substantial risk to the health and safety of those who may attend in person. Moreover, the City & County Building, which is the anchor location for Salt Lake City Council meetings is presently closed for regular occupation due to damages sustained during the March 2020 earthquakes. This hearing will not have a physical location at the City and County Building. All attendees will connect remotely. The purpose of the hearing is to receive input from the public with respect to (a) the establishment of the short-term borrowing program through the issuance and/or incurrence, from time to time, of the Subordinate Revolving Obligations, and (b) the potential economic impact that the Projects (as hereinafter defined) to be financed with the proceeds of the Subordinate Revolving Obligations will have on the private sector. Members of the public are encouraged to participate in the hearing and may visit www.slc.gov/council/ or call 801-535-7654 to learn how to participate by phone or on the Webex platform. The public may also watch the meeting using the following platforms: Facebook Live: wvvw.facebook.comislcCouncil/ YouTube: www.youtube.com/slclivemeetings Web Agenda: www.slc.gov/council/agendas/ SLCtv Channel 17 Live: www.slctv.com/livestream/SLCtv-Live/2 ] E-2 4838-8937-7748.6 [Please visit the website council.comments@slcgov.com or call 801-535-7654 to learn how you can share your comments live during the hearing. Persons wishing to make comments in writing about the Subordinate Revolving Obligations, the proposed plan of financing and the Projects shall do so within fourteen (14) days following the publication hereof to Attention: Executive Director of Airports, P.O. Box 145550, Salt Lake City, Utah, 84114-5550. This Notice also is the notice required by Section 147(f) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended.] PURPOSE FOR ISSUING/INCURRING THE SUBORDINATE REVOLVING OBLIGATIONS The Subordinate Revolving Obligations will be issued and/or incurred, from time to time, pursuant to a plan of finance to provide proceeds to (a) finance and refinance the Projects (as described in the following paragraph), (b) finance certain costs of issuance, and (c) finance any other needs of the Department of Airports of the City permitted under the Act and the Master Subordinate Trust Indenture (including, but not limited to, the refunding and restructuring of indebtedness of the City issued for the benefit of the Department of Airports of the City). The “Projects” to be financed or refinanced include the acquisition, construction, reconstruction, development, expansion, improvement, equipping and/or modification, as appropriate, of various capital improvement projects at the Salt Lake City International Airport, including: (a) runway, taxiway, apron and other airfield improvements, (b) utility, roadway and ground access infrastructure improvements, (c) replacement of substantially all of the Salt Lake City International Airport’s landside and terminal complex facilities, including, but not limited to, parking facilities, terminal buildings and concourses, and (d) other related improvements at the Salt Lake City International Airport. The Projects will be located at the Salt Lake City International Airport. The City will be the owner of the Projects to be financed or refinanced and will also be the initial operator, except to the extent the use thereof is permitted by leases and other agreements with air carriers and other tenants utilizing the Projects. The proposed Subordinate Revolving Obligations will be paid solely from revenues and other moneys derived by the City from or with respect to the Salt Lake City International Airport and the other facilities of the Salt Lake City Airport System (as defined in the Master Subordinate Trust Indenture). PARAMETERS OF THE SUBORDINATE REVOLVING OBLIGATIONS The City intends to establish a short-term borrowing program for the benefit of the Department of Airports of the City which shall be implemented through the issuance and/or incurrence, from time to time, by the City of the Subordinate Revolving Obligations (which shall be designated as the “Salt Lake City, Utah Subordinate Airport Revenue Short-Term Revolving Obligations”) provided that the aggregate principal amount of all Subordinate Revolving Obligations outstanding at any one time shall not exceed $300,000,000. The Subordinate Revolving Obligations will be issued and/or incurred pursuant to a Master Subordinate Trust Indenture, a First Supplemental Subordinate Trust Indenture and a Revolving Credit Agreement (which such Master Subordinate Trust Indenture, First Supplemental Subordinate Trust Indenture and Revolving Credit Agreement were before the Council in substantially final forms at the time of the adoption of the Resolution). Pursuant to the terms of the Revolving Credit Agreement, (i) the City will be authorized to request Revolving Loans from JPMorgan Chase Bank, National E-3 4838-8937-7748.6 Association, the lender under the Revolving Credit Agreement (the “Lender”), with a term not exceeding three (3) years from the effective date of the Revolving Credit Agreement, unless such date is earlier terminated pursuant to the terms of the Revolving Credit Agreement or extended, reduced or rescinded by a subsequent resolution of the City Council (and approved by the Lender), and (ii) the City will be authorized to request a Term Loan from the Lender with a term not exceeding three (3) years following the date of conversion of the Revolving Loans to a Term Loan in accordance with the terms of the Revolving Credit Agreement. The outstanding principal amount of each Revolving Loan and the Term Loan shall bear interest at variable rates, which rates will be calculated pursuant to the methods set forth in the Revolving Credit Agreement. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in the previous sentence or the provisions of the Resolution, interest payable by the City on any Revolving Loan or Term Loan shall not exceed the lesser of eighteen percent (18%) per annum and the maximum rate permitted by applicable law (the “Highest Lawful Rate”); provided, however, if the rate of interest calculated in accordance with the terms of the Revolving Credit Agreement exceeds the Highest Lawful Rate, interest at the rate equal to the difference between the rate of interest calculated in accordance with the terms of the Revolving Credit Agreement and the Highest Lawful Rate shall be deferred until such date as the rate of interest calculated in accordance with the terms of the Revolving Credit Agreement ceases to exceed the Highest Lawful Rate, at which time the City shall pay the Lender the deferred interest as provided in the Revolving Credit Agreement. The Subordinate Revolving Obligations, the Revolving Loans and the Term Loan, if any, will be issued and/or incurred at a price of 100%. There will be no maximum discount from par, as that concept is not applicable with respect to the transactions mentioned in this notice. SUBORDINATE REVENUES PROPOSED TO BE PLEDGED The City proposes to pledge Subordinate Revenues (as defined in the Master Subordinate Trust Indenture) derived by the City from the operations of the Salt Lake City Airport System, and certain funds and accounts established under the Master Subordinate Trust Indenture and the First Supplemental Subordinate Trust Indenture. The Subordinate Revolving Obligations (and the related Obligations (as defined in the Revolving Credit Agreement)) will be limited obligations of the City, payable solely from and secured by a pledge of Subordinate Revenues derived by the City from the operations of the Salt Lake City Airport System and certain funds and accounts. None of the properties of the Salt Lake City Airport System will be subject to any mortgage or other lien for the benefit of the owners (including the Lender) of the Subordinate Revolving Obligations, and neither the full faith and credit nor the taxing power of the City, the State of Utah (the “State”) or any political subdivision or agency of the State will be pledged to the payment of the principal of, premium, if any, interest on or other amounts payable on the Subordinate Revolving Obligations (and the related Obligations). OUTSTANDING BONDS SECURED BY NET REVENUES AND SUBORDINATE REVENUES The following airport revenue bonds of the City secured by Net Revenues are currently outstanding (a) Salt Lake City, Utah Airport Revenue Bonds, Series 2017A (AMT) outstanding in the aggregate principal amount of $826,210,000, (b) Salt Lake City, Utah Airport Revenue Bonds, Series 2017B (Non-AMT) outstanding in the aggregate principal amount of $173,790,000, (c) Salt E-4 4838-8937-7748.6 Lake City, Utah Airport Revenue Bonds, Series 2018A (AMT) outstanding in the aggregate principal amount of $753,855,000, and (d) Salt Lake City, Utah Airport Revenue Bonds, Series 2018B (Non-AMT) outstanding in the aggregate principal amount of $96,695,000. Other than the proposed Subordinate Revolving Obligations (and the related Obligations), the City has no other bonds or obligations secured by the Subordinate Revenues. OTHER OUTSTANDING BONDS OF THE CITY Additional information regarding the City’s outstanding bonds may be found in the City’s financial report (the “Financial Report”) at: http://auditor.utah.gov/accountability/financial- reports-of-local-governments. For additional information, including any information more recent than as of the date of the Financial Report, please contact the office of the Salt Lake City Treasurer at (801) 535-7946. Dated this January ___, 2021. By City Recorder 4838-8937-7748.6 EXHIBIT F NOTICE OF BONDS TO BE ISSUED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the provisions of the Local Government Bonding Act, Title 11, Chapter 14, Utah Code Annotated 1953, as amended, that on January 19, 2021 the City Council (the “Council”) of Salt Lake City, Utah (the “City”), adopted a resolution (the “Resolution”) in which it authorized the plan of financing involving the establishment of a short-term borrowing program for the benefit of the Department of Airports of the City, which program shall be implemented through the issuance and/or incurrence, from time to time, of the City’s Subordinate Airport Revenue Short-Term Revolving Obligations (the “Subordinate Revolving Obligations”). PURPOSE FOR ISSUING/INCURRING THE SUBORDINATE REVOLVING OBLIGATIONS The Subordinate Revolving Obligations will be issued and/or incurred, from time to time, pursuant to a plan of finance to provide proceeds to (a) finance and refinance the Projects (as described in the following paragraph), (b) finance certain costs of issuance, and (c) finance any other needs of the Department of Airports of the City permitted under the Act and the Master Subordinate Trust Indenture (including, but not limited to, the refunding and restructuring of indebtedness of the City issued for the benefit of the Department of Airports of the City). The “Projects” to be financed or refinanced include the acquisition, construction, reconstruction, development, expansion, improvement, equipping and/or modification, as appropriate, of various capital improvement projects at the Salt Lake City International Airport, including: (a) runway, taxiway, apron and other airfield improvements, (b) utility, roadway and ground access infrastructure improvements, (c) replacement of substantially all of the Salt Lake City International Airport’s landside and terminal complex facilities, including, but not limited to, parking facilities, terminal buildings and concourses, and (d) other related improvements at the Salt Lake City International Airport. The Projects will be located at the Salt Lake City International Airport. The City will be the owner of the Projects to be financed or refinanced and will also be the initial operator, except to the extent the use thereof is permitted by leases and other agreements with air carriers and other tenants utilizing the Projects. The proposed Subordinate Revolving Obligations will be paid solely from revenues and other moneys derived by the City from or with respect to the Salt Lake City International Airport and the other facilities of the Salt Lake City Airport System (as defined in the Master Subordinate Trust Indenture). PARAMETERS OF THE SUBORDINATE REVOLVING OBLIGATIONS The City intends to establish a short-term borrowing program for the benefit of the Department of Airports of the City which shall be implemented through the issuance and/or incurrence, from time to time, by the City of the Subordinate Revolving Obligations (which shall be designated as the “Salt Lake City, Utah Subordinate Airport Revenue Short-Term Revolving Obligations”) provided that the aggregate principal amount of all Subordinate Revolving Obligations outstanding at any one time shall not exceed $300,000,000. The Subordinate F-2 4838-8937-7748.6 Revolving Obligations will be issued and/or incurred pursuant to a Master Subordinate Trust Indenture, a First Supplemental Subordinate Trust Indenture and a Revolving Credit Agreement (which such Master Subordinate Trust Indenture, First Supplemental Subordinate Trust Indenture and Revolving Credit Agreement were before the Council in substantially final forms at the time of the adoption of the Resolution). Pursuant to the terms of the Revolving Credit Agreement, (i) the City will be authorized to request Revolving Loans from JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association, the lender under the Revolving Credit Agreement (the “Lender”), with a term not exceeding three (3) years from the effective date of the Revolving Credit Agreement, unless such date is earlier terminated pursuant to the terms of the Revolving Credit Agreement or extended, reduced or rescinded by a subsequent resolution of the City Council (and approved by the Lender), and (ii) the City will be authorized to request a Term Loan from the Lender with a term not exceeding three (3) years following the date of conversion of the Revolving Loans to a Term Loan in accordance with the terms of the Revolving Credit Agreement. The outstanding principal amount of each Revolving Loan and the Term Loan shall bear interest at variable rates, which rates will be calculated pursuant to the methods set forth in the Revolving Credit Agreement. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in the previous sentence or the provisions of the Resolution, interest payable by the City on any Revolving Loan or Term Loan shall not exceed the lesser of eighteen percent (18%) per annum and the maximum rate permitted by applicable law (the “Highest Lawful Rate”); provided, however, if the rate of interest calculated in accordance with the terms of the Revolving Credit Agreement exceeds the Highest Lawful Rate, interest at the rate equal to the difference between the rate of interest calculated in accordance with the terms of the Revolving Credit Agreement and the Highest Lawful Rate shall be deferred until such date as the rate of interest calculated in accordance with the terms of the Revolving Credit Agreement ceases to exceed the Highest Lawful Rate, at which time the City shall pay the Lender the deferred interest as provided in the Revolving Credit Agreement. The Subordinate Revolving Obligations, the Revolving Loans and the Term Loan, if any, will be issued and/or incurred at a price of 100%. There will be no maximum discount from par, as that concept is not applicable with respect to the transactions mentioned in this notice. SUBORDINATE REVENUES PROPOSED TO BE PLEDGED The City proposes to pledge Subordinate Revenues (as defined in the Master Subordinate Trust Indenture) derived by the City from the operations of the Salt Lake City Airport System, and certain funds and accounts established under the Master Subordinate Trust Indenture and the First Supplemental Subordinate Trust Indenture. The Subordinate Revolving Obligations (and the related Obligations (as defined in the Revolving Credit Agreement)) will be limited obligations of the City, payable solely from and secured by a pledge of Subordinate Revenues derived by the City from the operations of the Salt Lake City Airport System and certain funds and accounts. None of the properties of the Salt Lake City Airport System will be subject to any mortgage or other lien for the benefit of the owners (including the Lender) of the Subordinate Revolving Obligations, and neither the full faith and credit nor the taxing power of the City, the State of Utah (the “State”) or any political subdivision or agency of the State will be pledged to the payment of the principal of, premium, if any, interest on or other amounts payable on the Subordinate Revolving Obligations (and the related Obligations). F-3 4838-8937-7748.6 OUTSTANDING BONDS SECURED BY NET REVENUES AND SUBORDINATE REVENUES The following airport revenue bonds of the City secured by Net Revenues are currently outstanding (a) Salt Lake City, Utah Airport Revenue Bonds, Series 2017A (AMT) outstanding in the aggregate principal amount of $826,210,000, (b) Salt Lake City, Utah Airport Revenue Bonds, Series 2017B (Non-AMT) outstanding in the aggregate principal amount of $173,790,000, (c) Salt Lake City, Utah Airport Revenue Bonds, Series 2018A (AMT) outstanding in the aggregate principal amount of $753,855,000, and (d) Salt Lake City, Utah Airport Revenue Bonds, Series 2018B (Non-AMT) outstanding in the aggregate principal amount of $96,695,000. Other than the proposed Subordinate Revolving Obligations (and the related Obligations), the City has no other bonds or obligations secured by the Subordinate Revenues. OTHER OUTSTANDING BONDS OF THE CITY Additional information regarding the City’s outstanding bonds may be found in the City’s financial report (the “Financial Report”) at: http://auditor.utah.gov/accountability/financial- reports-of-local-governments. For additional information, including any information more recent than as of the date of the Financial Report, please contact the office of the Salt Lake City Treasurer at (801) 535-7946. TOTAL ESTIMATED COST Based on the City’s current plan of finance and a current estimate of interest rates, the total principal and interest and other costs of the Subordinate Revolving Obligations (and the related Obligations), if held until maturity, is approximately $[________]. A copy of the Resolution, the Master Subordinate Trust Indenture, the First Supplemental Subordinate Trust Indenture, the Revolving Credit Agreement and the Fee Agreement are on file in the office of the Salt Lake City Recorder, electronically, and at 349 South 200 East, Salt Lake City, Utah, where they may be examined by appointment at the office of the City Recorder during regular business hours of the City Recorder from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. for a period of at least thirty (30) days from and after the date of publication of this notice. To schedule an appointment, please call (801) 535-7671. Additionally, a protected, pdf copy of the Resolution, the Master Subordinate Trust Indenture, the First Supplemental Subordinate Trust Indenture, the Revolving Credit Agreement and the Fee Agreement may be requested by sending an email to the City Recorder at SLCRecorder@slcgov.com. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that a period of thirty (30) days from and after the date of the publication of this notice is provided by law during which any person in interest shall have the right to contest the legality of the Resolution, the Master Subordinate Trust Indenture (but only as it relates to the Subordinate Revolving Obligations), the First Supplemental Subordinate Trust Indenture, the Revolving Credit Agreement and the Fee Agreement, or the Subordinate Revolving Obligations (and the related Obligations), or any provision made for the security and payment of the Subordinate Revolving Obligations (and the related Obligations), and that after such time, no one shall have any cause of action to contest the regularity, formality, or legality thereof for any cause whatsoever. F-4 4838-8937-7748.6 Dated this January ___, 2021. By City Recorder 4834-8419-8338.4 DRAFT MASTER SUBORDINATE TRUST INDENTURE by and between SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, a municipal corporation and political subdivision of the State of Utah and ZIONS BANCORPORATION, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, as Trustee Dated as of March 1, 2021 TABLE OF CONTENTS Page 4834-8419-8338.4 GRANTING CLAUSE .................................................................................................................. 1 ARTICLE I DEFINITIONS; INTERPRETATION........................................................................................... 3 ARTICLE II FORM, EXECUTION, DELIVERY AND REGISTRATION OF BONDS Section 2.01. Issuance of Subordinate Obligations; Form; Dating ...................................... 20 Section 2.02. Terms, Medium and Place of Payment .......................................................... 21 Section 2.03. Execution and Authentication ........................................................................ 21 Section 2.04. Subordinate Obligation Register .................................................................... 22 Section 2.05. Mutilated, Lost, Stolen or Destroyed Subordinate Obligations ..................... 22 Section 2.06. Book-Entry Subordinate Obligations ............................................................. 23 Section 2.07. Registration and Transfer or Exchange of Subordinate Obligations; Persons Treated as Owners ............................................................................ 25 Section 2.08. Destruction of Subordinate Obligations......................................................... 26 Section 2.09. Issuance of Series of Subordinate Obligations; Supplemental Subordinate Indenture; Application of Subordinate Obligation Proceeds ......................................................................................................... 26 Section 2.10. Refunding Subordinate Obligations ............................................................... 27 Section 2.11. Additional Subordinate Obligations Test ....................................................... 27 Section 2.12. Repayment Obligations Afforded Status of Subordinate Obligations ........... 33 Section 2.13. Obligations Under Qualified Swap ................................................................ 33 ARTICLE III REDEMPTION OF SUBORDINATE OBLIGATIONS ............................................................. 34 ARTICLE IV REVENUES; FUNDS AND ACCOUNTS Section 4.01. Subordinate Obligations Secured by a Pledge and Lien on Subordinate Revenues ........................................................................................................ 34 Section 4.02. Perfection of Security Interest ....................................................................... 35 Section 4.03. Receipt, Deposit and Use of Revenues—Revenue Account ......................... 35 Section 4.04. Operation and Maintenance Subaccount ....................................................... 37 Section 4.05. Debt Service Funds ........................................................................................ 37 Section 4.06. Debt Service Reserve Funds .......................................................................... 40 Section 4.07. Operation and Maintenance Reserve Subaccount .......................................... 40 Section 4.08. Renewal and Replacement Subaccount ......................................................... 41 Section 4.09. Rolling Coverage Account ............................................................................. 41 Section 4.10. Surplus Fund .................................................................................................. 42 Section 4.11. Construction Funds ........................................................................................ 42 ii 4834-8419-8338.4 Section 4.12. Additional Funds, Accounts and Subaccounts............................................... 42 Section 4.13. Moneys Held in Trust for Matured Subordinate Obligations; Unclaimed Moneys ........................................................................................ 42 Section 4.14. Additional Security ........................................................................................ 43 Section 4.15. Passenger Facility Charges Available for Debt Service ................................ 43 ARTICLE V COVENANTS OF THE CITY Section 5.01. Payment of Principal and Interest .................................................................. 43 Section 5.02. Performance of Covenants by City; Due Execution ...................................... 44 Section 5.03. Senior Lien Obligations Prohibited ............................................................... 44 Section 5.04. Rate Covenant ................................................................................................ 44 Section 5.05. No Inconsistent Contract Provisions .............................................................. 46 Section 5.06. Junior and Subordinated Obligations ............................................................. 46 Section 5.07. Special Facilities and Special Facility Obligations ........................................ 46 Section 5.08. Maintenance of Powers .................................................................................. 48 Section 5.09. Operation and Maintenance of Airport System ............................................. 48 Section 5.10. Insurance; Application of Insurance Proceeds ............................................... 48 Section 5.11. Accounts ........................................................................................................ 49 Section 5.12. Transfer of Airport Facility or Airport Facilities ........................................... 49 Section 5.13. Eminent Domain ............................................................................................ 51 Section 5.14. Completion of Specified Project; Substitution of Specified Project .............. 51 Section 5.15. Covenants of City Binding on City and Successors ...................................... 52 Section 5.16. Instruments of Further Assurance .................................................................. 52 Section 5.17. Indenture to Constitute a Contract ................................................................. 52 Section 5.18. Obligations Secured by Other Revenues ....................................................... 52 Section 5.19. Annual Reporting of Audited Financial Statements ...................................... 52 ARTICLE VI INVESTMENT OF MONEYS; PERMITTED INVESTMENTS Section 6.01. Investment of Moneys in Funds, Accounts and Subaccounts........................ 53 Section 6.02. Definition of Permitted Investments and Other Related Definitions ............. 54 ARTICLE VII DEFEASANCE............................................................................................................................ 57 ARTICLE VIII DEFAULTS AND REMEDIES Section 8.01. Events of Default ........................................................................................... 58 Section 8.02. Remedies ........................................................................................................ 59 Section 8.03. Restoration to Former Position ...................................................................... 59 Section 8.04. Holders’ Right To Direct Proceedings ........................................................... 59 Section 8.05. Limitation on Right to Institute Proceedings ................................................. 60 Section 8.06. No Impairment of Right To Enforce Payment ............................................... 60 Section 8.07. Proceedings by Trustee Without Possession of Subordinate Obligations ..................................................................................................... 60 iii 4834-8419-8338.4 Section 8.08. No Remedy Exclusive.................................................................................... 60 Section 8.09. No Waiver of Remedies ................................................................................. 61 Section 8.10. Application of Moneys .................................................................................. 61 Section 8.11. Severability of Remedies ............................................................................... 62 Section 8.12. Additional Events of Default and Remedies .................................................. 62 ARTICLE IX TRUSTEE, PAYING AGENT AND CO-PAYING AGENTS; REGISTRAR Section 9.01. Acceptance of Trusts...................................................................................... 62 Section 9.02. Duties of Trustee ............................................................................................ 62 Section 9.03. Rights of Trustee ............................................................................................ 63 Section 9.04. Individual Rights of Trustee .......................................................................... 64 Section 9.05. Trustee’s Disclaimer ...................................................................................... 65 Section 9.06. Notice of Defaults .......................................................................................... 65 Section 9.07. Compensation of Trustee ............................................................................... 65 Section 9.08. Eligibility of Trustee ...................................................................................... 65 Section 9.09. Replacement of Trustee ................................................................................. 65 Section 9.10. Successor Trustee or Agent by Merger .......................................................... 66 Section 9.11. Paying Agent .................................................................................................. 66 Section 9.12. Registrar ......................................................................................................... 66 Section 9.13. Other Agents .................................................................................................. 67 Section 9.14. Several Capacities .......................................................................................... 67 Section 9.15. Accounting Records and Reports of the Trustee ........................................... 67 ARTICLE X MODIFICATION OF THIS INDENTURE Section 10.01. Limitations ..................................................................................................... 67 Section 10.02. Supplemental Subordinate Indentures Not Requiring Consent of Holders ........................................................................................................... 67 Section 10.03. Supplemental Subordinate Indenture Requiring Consent of Holders ............ 69 Section 10.04. Effect of Supplemental Subordinate Indenture .............................................. 71 Section 10.05. Supplemental Subordinate Indentures to be Part of this Indenture ................ 72 ARTICLE XI CREDIT PROVIDERS ................................................................................................................ 72 ARTICLE XII MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS Section 12.01. Parties in Interest............................................................................................ 73 Section 12.02. Severability .................................................................................................... 73 Section 12.03. No Personal Liability of City Members and Officials; Limited Liability of City to Holders ............................................................................ 73 Section 12.04. Execution of Instruments; Proof of Ownership ............................................. 73 Section 12.05. System of Registration ................................................................................... 74 Section 12.06. Plan of Financing ........................................................................................... 74 Section 12.07. Governing Law .............................................................................................. 74 iv 4834-8419-8338.4 Section 12.08. Notices ........................................................................................................... 74 Section 12.09. Holidays ......................................................................................................... 74 Section 12.10. Counterparts ................................................................................................... 74 Section 12.11. Representation Regarding Ethical Standards for City Officers and Employees and Former City Officers and Employees ................................... 74 4834-8419-8338.4 MASTER SUBORDINATE TRUST INDENTURE THIS MASTER SUBORDINATE TRUST INDENTURE (this “Indenture”), dated as of March 1, 2021, is by and between SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, (the “City”), a municipal corporation and political subdivision of the State of Utah, and ZIONS BANCORPORATION, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, a national banking association organized and existing under the laws of the United States of America, as trustee (the “Trustee”). RECITALS WHEREAS, the City is a municipal corporation and political subdivision of the State of Utah; and WHEREAS, the City has exclusive use, ownership, custody, management, operation, regulation, policing and control of the Airport System (as hereinafter defined) and other related facilities; and WHEREAS, the Act (as hereinafter defined) provides that the City may issue bonds from time to time for any of the purposes authorized under the Act, including paying the cost of the Airport System or any or all facilities and all additions and improvements that the Council (as hereinafter defined) authorizes to be acquired or constructed, and for any purpose, operation, facility, system, improvement or undertaking of the City from which revenues are derived or otherwise allocable, which revenues are, or may by resolution or ordinance be, required to be separately accounted for from other revenues of the City; and WHEREAS, pursuant to the Master Trust Indenture, dated as of February 1, 2017 (together with all amendments and supplements thereto, the “Senior Indenture”), by and between the City and Wilmington Trust, National Association, as trustee thereunder (the “Senior Trustee”), the City may issue Bonds (as defined in the Senior Indenture), from time to time, secured by and payable from a pledge of Net Revenues (as defined in the Senior Indenture); and WHEREAS, under the terms of the Senior Indenture, the City may create a charge or lien on the Net Revenues ranking junior and subordinate to the charge or lien of the obligations issued pursuant to the Senior Indenture; and WHEREAS, the City has determined that it is necessary and advisable to issue, from time to time, Subordinate Obligations (as hereinafter defined) for the purposes set forth in the Act and this Indenture and that such Subordinate Obligations be payable from and secured by Subordinate Revenues (as hereinafter defined); and WHEREAS, the City hereby declares and provides that, with respect to the Net Revenues, the pledge and lien provided in this Indenture are subordinate to the lien created by the Senior Indenture and obligations issued hereunder will be subordinate to obligations issued under the Senior Indenture with respect to payment from the Net Revenues and shall be payable from the Net Revenues only when and to the extent the Net Revenues are released under the Senior Indenture in accordance with its terms; and 2 4834-8419-8338.4 WHEREAS, the City wishes to provide in this Indenture for the issuance and payment of its Subordinate Obligations and the pledge of the Subordinate Revenues thereto, and the Trustee is willing to accept the trusts provided in this Indenture; and WHEREAS, this Indenture shall be a “Subordinate Obligation Trust Indenture” as defined in the Senior Indenture and the Trustee shall be a “Subordinate Obligation Trustee” as defined in the Senior Indenture; NOW, THEREFORE, the City and the Trustee agree as follows, each for the benefit of the other and/or the benefit of holders of the Subordinate Obligations secured by this Indenture: GRANTING CLAUSE To secure the payment of the principal of, premium, if any, and interest on the Subordinate Obligations and the performance and observance by the City of all the covenants, agreements and conditions expressed or implied herein or contained in the Subordinate Obligations, the City hereby pledges and assigns to the Trustee and grants to the Trustee a lien on and security interest in all right, title and interest of the City in and to all of the following and provides that such lien and security interest shall be prior in right to any other pledge, lien or security interest created by the City in the following: (a) the Subordinate Revenues, (b) except as otherwise provided in this Indenture and any Supplemental Subordinate Indenture, all moneys and securities (excluding moneys and securities on deposit in any Rebate Fund) held from time to time by the Trustee under this Indenture, and to the extent provided in any Supplemental Subordinate Indenture moneys and securities held in any Construction Fund whether or not held by the Trustee, (c) earnings on amounts included in clauses (a) and (b) of this Granting Clause (except to the extent excluded from the definition of “Revenues”), and (d) any and all other funds, assets, rights, property or interests therein, of every kind or description which may from time to time hereafter, by delivery or by writing of any kind, be sold, transferred, conveyed, assigned, pledged, irrevocably committed, mortgaged, granted or delivered to or deposited with the Trustee as additional security hereunder, for the equal and proportionate benefit and security of all Subordinate Obligations, all of which, regardless of the time or times of their authentication and delivery or maturity, shall, with respect to the security provided by this Granting Clause, be of equal rank without preference, priority or distinction as to any Subordinate Obligation over any other Subordinate Obligation or Subordinate Obligations, except as to the timing of payment of the Subordinate Obligations. Any Debt Service Reserve Fund and any Debt Service Reserve Fund Surety Policy, as hereinafter defined, provided at any time in satisfaction of all or a portion of the Reserve Requirement and any other security, Liquidity Facility or Credit Facility provided for specific Subordinate Obligations, a specific Series of Subordinate Obligations or one or more Series of Subordinate Obligations may, as provided by a Supplemental Subordinate Indenture, secure only such specific Subordinate Obligations, Series of Subordinate Obligations or one or more Series of Subordinate Obligations and, therefore, shall not be included as security for all Subordinate Obligations under this Indenture unless otherwise provided by a Supplemental Subordinate Indenture and moneys and securities held in trust as provided in Section 4.13 hereof exclusively for Subordinate Obligations which have become due and payable and moneys and securities which are held exclusively to pay Subordinate Obligations which are deemed to have been paid under Article VII hereof shall be held solely for the payment of such specific Subordinate Obligations. 3 4834-8419-8338.4 ARTICLE I DEFINITIONS; INTERPRETATION The capitalized terms used in this Indenture and in any Supplemental Subordinate Indenture shall, for all purposes of this Indenture, have the meanings specified in this Article I, unless a different definition is given such term in said Supplemental Subordinate Indenture or unless the context clearly requires otherwise. “Account” shall mean any account established pursuant to this Indenture or any Supplemental Subordinate Indenture. “Accreted Value” shall mean with respect to any Capital Appreciation Subordinate Obligations, as of any date of calculation, the sum of the amount set forth in a Supplemental Subordinate Indenture as the amount representing the initial principal amount of such Capital Appreciation Subordinate Obligation plus the interest accumulated, compounded and unpaid thereon as of the most recent compounding date; provided the Accreted Value shall be determined in accordance with the provisions of the Supplemental Subordinate Indenture authorizing the issuance of such Capital Appreciation Subordinate Obligation. All references herein to “principal” shall include Accreted Value, as applicable. “Act” shall mean, collectively, the Local Government Bonding Act, Chapter 14 of Title 11, Utah Code Annotated 1953, as amended, and, to the extent applicable, the Registered Public Obligations Act, Chapter 7 of Title 15, Utah Code Annotated 1953, as amended, and the Utah Refunding Bond Act, Chapter 27 of Title 11, Utah Code Annotated 1953, as amended, and all laws amendatory thereof or supplemental thereto. “Aggregate Annual Debt Service” shall mean, for any Fiscal Year or other applicable period, the aggregate amount of Annual Debt Service on all Outstanding Subordinate Obligations calculated as described in Section 2.11(c) hereof. “Airline Use Agreements” shall mean, collectively, each Airline Use Agreement for Salt Lake City International Airport, between the City and each airline named therein, as from time to time amended and supplemented, and any substitute agreement or any other document, ordinance, rules and regulations, policies or resolution governing the use of the Airport System by the airlines. “Airport Facilities” or “Airport Facility” shall mean a facility or group of facilities or category of facilities which constitute or are part of the Airport System. “Airport Redevelopment Program” shall mean the redevelopment, replacement and reconfiguration of the landside, terminal and airside facilities at Salt Lake City International Airport, including, but not limited to, new parking, rental car, terminal and roadway facilities, and new concourses, that are more fully described in the Department of Airports’ master plan study, as amended and updated from time to time. “Airport System” shall mean all airports, airport sites, and all equipment, accommodations and facilities for aerial navigation, flight, instruction and commerce under the jurisdiction and control of the City, including Salt Lake City International Airport and the Auxiliary Airports, and 4 4834-8419-8338.4 any successor entities thereto, including all facilities and property related thereto, real or personal, under the jurisdiction or control of the City or in which the City has other rights or from which the City derives revenues at such location; and including or excluding, as the case may be, such property as the City may either acquire or which shall be placed under its control, or divest or have removed from its control. “Annual Debt Service” shall mean, with respect to any Subordinate Obligation, the aggregate amount required to be on deposit in the respective Debt Service Fund or such other Fund or Account during the Fiscal Year to satisfy the funding requirements for the payment of principal and interest becoming due and payable during such Fiscal Year, plus any amount payable by the City (or the Trustee) under a Qualified Swap in accordance with the terms thereof, less any amount to be received by the City from a Qualified Swap Provider pursuant to a Qualified Swap; provided, however, for the purposes of this definition a payment made on July 1 shall be considered part of the prior Fiscal Year. “Authorized Amount” shall mean, when used with respect to Subordinate Obligations, including Subordinate Obligations issued pursuant to a Program, the maximum Principal Amount of Subordinate Obligations which is then authorized by a resolution adopted by the City or a Supplemental Subordinate Indenture entered into by the City pursuant to Section 2.09 hereof to be Outstanding at any one time under the terms of such Program or Supplemental Subordinate Indenture. “Authorized City Representative” shall mean the Executive Director, the Director of Finance and Accounting, the Chief Financial Officer, the Mayor, the City Treasurer, the City Recorder or such other officer or employee of the City or other person which other officer, employee or person has been designated by the Executive Director as an Authorized City Representative by written notice delivered by the Executive Director to the Trustee. “Auxiliary Airports” shall mean the airports presently known as “South Valley Regional Airport” and “Tooele Valley Airport” and all other airports operated by the City in the future, except for the Salt Lake City International Airport. “Balloon Indebtedness” shall mean, with respect to any Series of Subordinate Obligations 25% or more of the principal of which matures on the same date or within a Fiscal Year, that portion of such Series which matures on such date or within such Fiscal Year; provided, however, that to constitute Balloon Indebtedness (a) the City must designate that portion of such Series of Subordinate Obligations as Balloon Indebtedness, and (b) the amount of Subordinate Obligations of a Series maturing on a single date or within a Fiscal Year must equal or exceed 150% of the amount of such Series which matures during any other Fiscal Year. For purposes of this definition, the principal amount maturing on any date shall be reduced by the amount of such Subordinate Obligations scheduled to be amortized by prepayment or redemption prior to their stated maturity date. Commercial Paper shall not be considered to be Balloon Indebtedness. “Bond Counsel” shall mean a firm or firms of attorneys which are nationally recognized as experts in the area of municipal finance and which are familiar with the transactions contemplated under this Indenture and which are acceptable to the City. 5 4834-8419-8338.4 “Book-Entry Subordinate Obligations” shall mean those Subordinate Obligations held by DTC (or its nominee) as the Holder thereof pursuant to the terms and provisions of Section 2.06 hereof. “Business Day” shall mean a day on which banks located in New York, New York, in Salt Lake City, Utah, and in the city in which the principal corporate trust office of the Trustee is located are open, provided that such term may have a different meaning for any specified Series of Subordinate Obligations if so provided by a Supplemental Subordinate Indenture. For purposes of payments and other actions relating to security or liquidity enhanced Subordinate Obligations, “Business Day” shall mean a day upon which any Credit Provider or Liquidity Provider at which demands for payment under the Credit Facility or Liquidity Facility are to be presented is authorized to be open. “Capital Appreciation Subordinate Obligations” shall mean Subordinate Obligations all or a portion of the interest on which is compounded and accumulated at the rates and on the dates set forth in a Supplemental Subordinate Indenture and is payable only upon redemption or on the maturity date of such Subordinate Obligations. Subordinate Obligations which are issued as Capital Appreciation Subordinate Obligations, but later convert to Subordinate Obligations on which interest is paid periodically shall be Capital Appreciation Subordinate Obligations until the conversion date and from and after such conversion date shall no longer be Capital Appreciation Subordinate Obligations, but shall be treated as having a principal amount equal to their Accreted Value on the conversion date. “Capitalized Interest” shall mean proceeds of Subordinate Obligations or other monies not included in Revenues that are deposited with the Trustee in a Debt Service Fund as shall be described in a Supplemental Subordinate Indenture upon issuance of such Subordinate Obligations that are to be used to pay interest on Subordinate Obligations. Proceeds of Subordinate Obligations shall not be used to pay interest on Subordinate Obligations beyond the period of time set forth in the Act. “Cede & Co.” shall mean Cede & Co., the nominee of DTC, and any successor nominee of DTC with respect to the Subordinate Obligations. “CFC Bond Funding Supplemental Consideration” shall mean an amount charged by the City to, and paid by, a tenant operating at the Airport System, if Customer Facility Charge revenues are insufficient to cover costs for debt service on bonds and/or other debt instruments and other funding shortfalls related to on-airport rental car facilities located at Salt Lake City International Airport. “Chief Financial Officer” shall mean the Chief Financial Officer of the Department of Airports or such other title as the City may from time to time assign for such position or such other person duly authorized to perform the duties of the Chief Financial Officer. “City” shall mean Salt Lake City, Utah, a municipal corporation and political subdivision of the State, and any successor to its function as operator of the Airport System. Any action required or authorized to be taken by the City in this Indenture may be taken by an Authorized City Representative with such formal approvals by the City as are required by the policies and 6 4834-8419-8338.4 practices of the City and applicable laws; provided, however, that any action taken by an Authorized City Representative in accordance with the provisions of this Indenture shall conclusively be deemed by the Trustee and the Owners, as applicable, to be the act of the City without further evidence of the authorization thereof by the City. “City Attorney” shall mean the City Attorney of the City or designee, or in the event of his or her absence, a Deputy City Attorney or other person authorized to perform the duties of the City Attorney. “City Code” shall mean the City Code of the City of Salt Lake, as amended from time to time. “City Recorder” shall mean the City Recorder of the City or such other title as the City may from time to time assign for such position, or in the event of his or her disability or absence, a deputy city recorder or other person duly authorized to perform the duties of the City Recorder. “City Treasurer” shall mean the City Treasurer of the City or such other title as the City may from time to time assign for such position or in the event of his or her disability or absence, the Deputy Treasurer or other person duly authorized to perform the duties of the City Treasurer. “Code” shall mean the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, and the United States Treasury Regulations applicable with respect thereto. “Commercial Paper” shall mean debt obligations of the City authorized by the City to be incurred through the issuance, from time to time, of taxable or tax-exempt notes of the City under and in accordance with the provisions of Article II hereof, with maturities of not to exceed 270 days. “Completion Subordinate Obligations” shall mean Subordinate Obligations issued to pay costs of completing a Project for which Subordinate Obligations have previously been issued and the principal amount of such Subordinate Obligations being issued for completion purposes does not exceed an amount equal to 15% of the principal amount of the Subordinate Obligations originally issued for such Project and are reasonably allocable to the Project to be completed. “Construction Fund” shall mean any Construction Fund created in accordance with Section 4.11 hereof. “Consultant” shall mean any Independent consultant, consulting firm, engineer, architect, engineering firm, architectural firm, accountant or accounting firm, financial advisory or investment banking firm, or other expert recognized to be well-qualified for work of the character required and retained by the City to perform acts and carry out the duties provided for such consultant in this Indenture. “Costs” or “Costs of the Project” shall mean all costs of planning, designing, developing, financing, constructing, installing, equipping, furnishing, improving, acquiring, enlarging and/or renovating a Project and placing the same in service and shall include, but not be limited to the following: (a) costs of real or personal property, rights, franchises, easements and other interests in property, real or personal, and the cost of demolishing or removing structures and site 7 4834-8419-8338.4 preparation, infrastructure development, and landscaping and acquisition of land to which structures may be removed; (b) the costs of materials and supplies, machinery, equipment, vehicles, rolling stock, furnishings, improvements and enhancements; (c) labor and related costs and the costs of services provided, including costs of consultants, advisors, architects, engineers, accountants, planners, attorneys, financial and feasibility consultants, in each case, whether an employee of the City or a Consultant; (d) costs of the City properly allocated to a Project and with respect to costs of its employees or other labor costs, including the cost of medical, pension, retirement and other benefits as well as salary and wages and the allocable costs of administrative, supervisory and managerial personnel and the properly allocable cost of benefits provided for such personnel; (e) financing expenses, including costs related to issuance of and securing of Subordinate Obligations, costs of Credit Facilities or Liquidity Facilities, payment of interest on Subordinate Obligations, deposits to a Debt Service Reserve Fund, Trustee’s fees and expenses; (f) any Swap Termination Payments due in connection with a Series of Subordinate Obligations or the failure to issue such Series of Subordinate Obligations, (g) any other cost permitted under the Act, and (h) such other costs and expenses that can be capitalized under generally accepted accounting principles in effect at the time the cost is incurred by the City. “Council” shall mean the City Council of the City, or any other governing body of the City hereafter provided for pursuant to law. “Credit Facility” shall mean a policy of municipal bond insurance, a letter of credit, surety bond, line of credit, guarantee, standby purchase agreement, Debt Service Reserve Fund Surety Policy or other financial instrument which obligates a third party to make payment of or provide funds to the Trustee for the payment of the principal of and/or interest on Subordinate Obligations whether such obligation is to pay in the first instance and seek reimbursement or to pay only if the City fails to do so. “Credit Provider” shall mean the party obligated to make payment of principal of and/or interest on the Subordinate Obligations under a Credit Facility. “Customer Facility Charge” or “CFC” shall mean the customer facility charge approved by the City under Section 16.12.195 of the City Code, as amended and supplemented from time to time, or any successor provision approving such a charge or a similar charge or fee, and paid by customers of rental car companies, and any interest, profits or other income derived from the investment thereof. “Debt Service Fund” or “Debt Service Funds” shall mean any Debt Service Fund or Debt Service Funds required to be created as provided by Section 4.05 hereof. “Debt Service Reserve Fund” shall mean a Fund or Funds created by the City or the Trustee pursuant to a Supplemental Subordinate Indenture in connection with the issuance of any Series of Subordinate Obligations and that is required to be funded for the purpose of providing additional security for such Series of Subordinate Obligations and under certain circumstances to provide additional security for such other designated Series of Subordinate Obligations issued pursuant to the terms of this Indenture and as specified in any Supplemental Subordinate Indenture. 8 4834-8419-8338.4 “Debt Service Reserve Fund Surety Policy” shall mean an insurance policy or surety bond, or a letter of credit, deposited with the Trustee for credit to a Debt Service Reserve Fund in lieu of or partial substitution for cash or securities on deposit therein. Except as otherwise provided in a Supplemental Subordinate Indenture, the entity providing such Debt Service Reserve Fund Surety Policy shall be rated, at the time such instrument is provided, in one of the three highest long-term Rating Categories by one or more Rating Agencies. “Department of Airports” shall mean the Department of Airports of the City. “Designated Debt” shall mean a specific indebtedness, designated by the City, in which such debt shall be offset with a Swap, such specific indebtedness to include all or any part of a Series of Subordinate Obligations. “Director of Finance and Accounting” shall mean the Director of Finance and Accounting of the Department of Airports or such other title as the City may from time to time assign for such position or such other person duly authorized to perform the duties of the Director of Finance and Accounting. “DTC” shall mean The Depository Trust Company, a limited purpose trust company organized under the laws of the State of New York, and its successors and assigns. “Event of Default” shall mean any occurrence or event specified in Section 8.01 hereof. “Executive Director” shall mean the Executive Director of the Department of Airports or such other title as the City may from time to time assign for such position, or in the event of his or her disability or absence, the Chief Financial Officer or such other person duly authorized to perform the duties of the Executive Director. “Federal Direct Payments” shall mean amounts payable by the federal government to the City pursuant to Sections 54AA and 6431 of the Code, and any amendments thereto or any new or similar federal program providing payments or credits to the City, in connection with the City’s issuance of Subordinate Obligations or Subordinate Obligations, in lieu of any credit otherwise available to the bondholders of such Subordinate Obligations or Subordinate Obligations. “First Supplemental Subordinate Indenture” shall mean the First Supplemental Subordinate Trust Indenture, dated as of March 1, 2020, by and between the City and the Trustee. “Fiscal Year” shall mean the period of time beginning on July 1 of each given year and ending on June 30 of the immediately subsequent year, or such other similar period as the City designates as its fiscal year. “Fitch” shall mean Fitch Ratings, Inc. and its successors and assigns, and, if Fitch Ratings Inc. shall for any reason no longer perform the functions of a nationally recognized statistical rating organization, “Fitch” shall be deemed to refer to any nationally recognized statistical rating organization designated by the City. “Force Majeure Event” shall mean an occurrence that is beyond the control of the City or the Trustee and could not have been avoided by exercising due care and shall include acts of God, 9 4834-8419-8338.4 terrorism, war, riots, strikes, fire, floods, earthquakes, epidemics, pandemics or other similar occurrences. “Fund” shall mean any fund established pursuant to this Indenture or any Supplemental Subordinate Indenture. “Government Obligations” shall mean (i) United States Obligations (including obligations issued or held in book-entry form), (ii) prerefunded municipal obligations meeting the following conditions: (A) the municipal obligations are not subject to redemption prior to maturity, or the trustee has been given irrevocable instructions concerning their calling and redemption and the issuer has covenanted not to redeem such obligations other than as set forth in such instructions; (B) the municipal obligations are secured by cash and/or United States Obligations, which United States Obligations may be applied only to interest, principal and premium payments of such municipal obligations; (C) the principal of and interest on the United States Obligations (plus any cash in the escrow fund) are sufficient to meet the liabilities of the municipal obligations; (D) the United States Obligations serving as security for the municipal obligations are held by an escrow agent or trustee; (E) the United States Obligations are not available to satisfy any other claims, including those against the trustee or escrow agent; and (F) the municipal obligations are rated in their highest rating category by one or more of the Rating Agencies; and (iii) any other type of security or obligation which the Rating Agencies then maintaining ratings on the Subordinate Obligations to be defeased have determined to be permitted defeasance securities. “Holder,” “holder,” “Owner,” “owner” or “registered owner” shall mean the person in whose name any Subordinate Obligation or Subordinate Obligations are registered on the books maintained by the Registrar and shall include any Credit Provider or Liquidity Provider to which a Repayment Obligation is then owed, to the extent that such Repayment Obligation is deemed to be a Subordinate Obligation under the provisions of Section 2.12 hereof. “Implemented” shall mean, when used with respect to a Program, a Program which has been authorized and the terms thereof approved by a resolution adopted by the City and, with respect to which Program, the items described in Section 2.09(a) through (h) have been filed with the Trustee. “Independent” shall mean, when used with respect to any specified firm or individual, such a firm or individual who (a) does not have any direct financial interest or any material indirect financial interest in the operations of the City, other than the payment to be received under a contract for services to be performed, and (b) is not connected with the City as an official, officer or employee. “Indenture” shall mean this Master Subordinate Trust Indenture, dated as of March 1, 2020, by and between the City and the Trustee, [together with all Supplemental Subordinate Indentures]. “Initial Subordinate Obligations” shall mean the “Salt Lake City, Utah Subordinate Airport Revenue Short-Term Revolving Obligations,” as described in the First Supplemental Subordinate Indenture. “Investment Agreement” shall have the meaning set forth in Section 6.02(b) hereof. 10 4834-8419-8338.4 “Kroll” shall mean Kroll Bond Rating Agency, Inc. and its successors and assigns, and, if Kroll Bond Rating Agency, Inc. shall for any reason no longer perform the functions of a nationally recognized statistical rating organization, “Kroll” shall be deemed to refer to any nationally recognized statistical rating organization designated by the City. “Liquidity Facility” shall mean a letter of credit, line of credit, standby purchase agreement or other financial instrument, including a Credit Facility, which is available to provide funds with which to purchase Subordinate Obligations. “Liquidity Provider” shall mean the entity which is obligated to provide funds to purchase Subordinate Obligations under the terms of a Liquidity Facility. “Mail” shall mean by first-class United States mail, postage prepaid. “Master Senior Indenture” shall mean the Master Trust Indenture, dated as of February 1, 2017, by and between the City and the Senior Trustee, as amended from time to time. “Maximum Aggregate Annual Debt Service” shall mean the maximum amount of Aggregate Annual Debt Service on all Outstanding Subordinate Obligations in the current or any future Fiscal Year. “Mayor” shall mean the Mayor of the City, or in the event of his or her disability or absence, such other person duly authorized to perform the duties of the Mayor. “Moody’s” shall mean Moody’s Investors Service, Inc. and its successors and assigns, and, if Moody’s Investors Service, Inc. shall for any reason no longer perform the functions of a nationally recognized statistical rating organization, “Moody’s” shall be deemed to refer to any nationally recognized statistical rating organization designated by the City. “Net Proceeds” shall mean insurance proceeds received as a result of damage to or destruction of Airport Facilities or any condemnation award or amounts received by the City from the sale of Airport Facilities under the threat of condemnation less expenses (including attorneys’ fees and expenses and any fees and expenses of the Trustee) incurred in the collection of such proceeds or award. “Net Revenues” shall have the meaning set forth in the Master Senior Indenture. “Notes” shall mean Subordinate Obligations issued under the provisions of Article II hereof which have a maturity of one year or less from their date of original issuance and which are not Commercial Paper notes. “Operation and Maintenance Expenses of the Airport System” shall mean, for any given period, the total operation and maintenance expenses of the Airport System as determined in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles as in effect from time to time; including any costs of Credit Facilities and Liquidity Facilities; but excluding depreciation expense and any operation and maintenance expenses of the Airport System payable from moneys other than Revenues (including, but not limited to, any non-cash items that are required to be treated as 11 4834-8419-8338.4 operation and maintenance expenses of the Airport System in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles). “Operation and Maintenance Reserve Subaccount” shall mean the “Operation and Maintenance Reserve Subaccount” created, held and maintained by the City within the Revenue Account pursuant to Section 4.07 hereof and Section 4.07 of the Master Senior Indenture. “Operation and Maintenance Reserve Subaccount Requirement” shall mean, as of any date of calculation, an amount equal to at least one-sixth (1/6) of the current annual budget of the City for Operation and Maintenance Expenses of the Airport System or such other additional amount that the City determines, in its sole discretion, to be the requirement hereunder, provided that such amount does not violate the provisions of this Indenture or the Senior Indenture, or the provisions of any other contracts or agreements of the City or any legal requirements otherwise applicable to this provision. “Operation and Maintenance Subaccount” shall mean the “Operation and Maintenance Subaccount” created, held and maintained by the City within the Revenue Account pursuant to Section 4.04 hereof and Section 4.04 of the Master Subordinate. “Other Pledged Revenues” shall mean moneys, not previously constituting Revenues or previously designated as or included in “Other Pledged Revenues,” that are designated as and included in, for any period, “Other Pledged Revenues” pursuant to a Supplemental Senior Indenture or a certificate of an Authorized City Representative filed with the Trustee, which Supplemental Senior Indenture or certificate also shall (a) include a representation by the City that such moneys may be validly designated as and included in “Other Pledged Revenues” under the Senior Indenture and this Indenture and may be pledged to secure the payment of the principal of, premium, if any, and interest on all or a portion of the Senior Bonds and the Subordinate Obligations, and (b) specify the source and amount of such moneys and the time period during which such moneys will be designated as and included in “Other Pledged Revenues.” Passenger Facility Charges Available for Debt Service and Pledged Passenger Facility Charges shall not be treated as or constitute “Other Pledged Revenues.” “Outstanding” when used with respect to Subordinate Obligations shall mean all Subordinate Obligations which have been authenticated and delivered under this Indenture, except: (a) Subordinate Obligations cancelled or purchased by the Trustee for cancellation or delivered to or acquired by the Trustee for cancellation and, in all cases, with the intent to extinguish the debt represented thereby; (b) Subordinate Obligations deemed to be paid in accordance with Article VII hereof; (c) Subordinate Obligations in lieu of which other Subordinate Obligations have been authenticated under Section 2.05 or 2.07 hereof; (d) Subordinate Obligations that have become due (at maturity or on redemption or otherwise) and for the payment of which sufficient moneys, including 12 4834-8419-8338.4 interest accrued to the due date, are held by the Trustee, a Paying Agent or such other fiduciary or agent; (e) Subordinate Obligations which, under the terms of the Supplemental Subordinate Indenture pursuant to which they were issued, are deemed to be no longer Outstanding; (f) Repayment Obligations deemed to be Subordinate Obligations under Section 2.12 hereof to the extent such Repayment Obligation arose under the terms of a Credit Facility or a Liquidity Facility and are secured by a pledge of Outstanding Subordinate Obligations acquired by the Credit Provider or the Liquidity Provider; and (g) for purposes of any consent or other action to be taken by the holders of a specified percentage of Subordinate Obligations under this Indenture, Subordinate Obligations held by or for the account of the City or by any person controlling, controlled by or under common control with the City, unless such Subordinate Obligations are pledged to secure a debt to an unrelated party. “Participants” shall mean the participants of DTC which include securities brokers and dealers, banks, trust companies, clearing corporations and certain other organizations. “Passenger Facility Charges” or “PFCs” shall mean charges collected by the City pursuant to the authority granted by the Aviation Safety and Capacity Expansion Act of 1990 (49 U.S.C. Section 40117), and 14 CFR Part 158, as amended from time to time, in respect of any component of the Airport System and interest earnings thereon, net of amounts that collecting air carriers are entitled to retain for collecting, handling and remitting such passenger facility charge revenues. “Passenger Facility Charges Available for Debt Service” shall mean Passenger Facility Charges made available to pay debt service on one or more Series of Subordinate Obligations during any period pursuant to Section 4.15 hereof. “Paying Agent” or “Paying Agents” shall mean, with respect to the Subordinate Obligations or any Series of Subordinate Obligations, the banks, trust companies, other financial institutions or other entities designated in a Supplemental Subordinate Indenture or a resolution of the City as the place where such Subordinate Obligations shall be payable and which bank, trust company, other financial institution or other entity has accepted the position in accordance with Section 9.11 hereof. “Payment Date” shall mean, with respect to any Subordinate Obligations, each date on which interest is due and payable thereon and each date on which principal is due and payable thereon whether by maturity or redemption thereof. “Permitted Investments” shall have the meaning set forth in Section 6.02 hereof. “Pledged Passenger Facility Charges” shall mean such amount of Passenger Facility Charges that are designated as and included in, for any period, “Pledged Passenger Facility Charges” pursuant to a Supplemental Subordinate Indenture, which Supplemental Subordinate Indenture shall include (a) a representation by the City that such Passenger Facility Charges, when 13 4834-8419-8338.4 received by the City, may be validly designated as and included in “Pledged Passenger Facility Charges” under this Indenture and may be pledged to secure the payment of the principal of, premium, if any, and interest on all or a portion of the Subordinate Obligations, (b) a specific statement that such Passenger Facilities Charges are being pledged and assigned to the Trustee and that the City is granting the Trustee a lien on and security interest in all right, title and interest of the City in and to such Passenger Facility Charges, (c) the Series of Subordinate Obligations that are being granted a lien on and security interest in such Pledged Passenger Facility Charges, (d) the amount of Passenger Facility Charges that are being designated as and included in “Pledged Passenger Facility Charges,” and (e) the time period during which such Passenger Facility Charges will be designated as and included in “Pledged Passenger Facility Charges.” Any Pledged Passenger Facility Charges shall not be deposited to the Revenue Account, but shall be deposited by the City with the Trustee who shall in turn deposit such Pledged Passenger Facility Charges to the Debt Service Fund or Funds as directed pursuant to the applicable Supplemental Subordinate Indenture. “Principal Amount” or “principal amount” shall mean, as of any date of calculation, (a) with respect to any Capital Appreciation Subordinate Obligation, the difference between the stated amount to be paid at maturity and the Accreted Value being deemed unearned interest, and (b) with respect to any other Subordinate Obligations, the principal amount of such Subordinate Obligation payable at maturity. “Program” shall mean a financing program identified in a Supplemental Subordinate Indenture, not including a Commercial Paper program, (a) which is authorized and the terms thereof approved by a resolution adopted by the City and the items described in Section 2.09(a) through (h) have been filed with the Trustee, (b) wherein the City has authorized the issuance, from time to time, of notes or other indebtedness in an Authorized Amount, and (c) except for the Initial Subordinate Obligations, the Authorized Amount of which has met the additional bonds test set forth in Section 2.11 of this Indenture and the Outstanding amount of which may vary from time to time, but not exceed the Authorized Amount. “Project” shall mean any and all facilities, improvements and other expenditures related to the Airport System financed in whole or in part with proceeds of a Series of Subordinate Obligations, including, but not limited to, all or a portion of the Airport Redevelopment Program. “Qualified Self-Insurance” has the meaning set forth in Section 5.10 hereof. “Qualified Swap” shall mean any Swap (a) whose Designated Debt is all or part of a particular Series of Subordinate Obligations; (b) whose Swap Provider is a Qualified Swap Provider or has been a Qualified Swap Provider within the 60 day period preceding the date on which the calculation of Annual Debt Service or Aggregate Annual Debt Service is being made; (c) which has a term not greater than the term of the Designated Debt or to a specified mandatory tender or redemption of such Designated Debt; and (d) which has been designated in writing to the Trustee by the City as a Qualified Swap with respect to such Subordinate Obligations. “Qualified Swap Provider” shall mean a financial institution whose senior long-term debt obligations, or whose obligations under any Qualified Swap are (a) guaranteed by a financial institution, or subsidiary of a financial institution, whose senior long-term debt obligations, are 14 4834-8419-8338.4 rated at least “A1,” in the case of Moody’s, and “A+,” in the case of S&P, or the equivalent thereto in the case of any successor thereto, or (b) fully secured by obligations described in clauses (ii) or (iii) of the definition of Permitted Investments which are (w) valued not less frequently than monthly and have a fair market value, exclusive of accrued interest, at all times at least equal to 105% of the principal amount of the investment, together with the interest accrued and unpaid thereon, (x) held by the Trustee (who shall not be the provider of the collateral) or by any Federal Reserve Bank or a depository acceptable to the Trustee, (y) subject to a perfected first lien on behalf of the Trustee, and (z) free and clear from all third-party liens. “Rating Agency” and “Rating Agencies” shall mean any of Fitch, Kroll, Moody’s or S&P, or any other nationally recognized statistical rating organization. “Rating Category” and “Rating Categories” shall mean (a) with respect to any long-term rating category, all ratings designated by a particular letter or combination of letters, without regard to any numerical modifier, plus or minus sign or other modifier, and (b) with respect to any short- term or commercial paper rating category, all ratings designated by a particular letter or combination of letters and taking into account any numerical modifier, but not any plus or minus sign or other modifier. “Rebate Fund” shall mean any Fund created by the City or the Trustee pursuant to a Supplemental Subordinate Indenture in connection with the issuance of any Series of Subordinate Obligations for the purpose of complying with the Code and providing for the collection and holding for and payment of amounts to the United States of America. “Record Date” shall mean, with respect to any Series of Subordinate Obligations, the record date as specified in the Supplemental Subordinate Indenture which provides for the issuance of such Series. “Refunding Subordinate Obligations” shall mean any Subordinate Obligations issued pursuant to Section 2.10 hereof to refund and/or defease all or a portion of any Series of Outstanding Subordinate Obligations. “Registrar” shall mean the bank, trust company, other financial institution or other entity designated in a Supplemental Subordinate Indenture or a resolution of the City to perform the function of Registrar under this Indenture or any Supplemental Subordinate Indenture, and which bank, trust company, other financial institution or other entity has accepted the position in accordance with Section 9.12 hereof. “Regularly Scheduled Swap Payments” shall mean the regularly scheduled payments under the terms of a Swap which are due absent any termination, default or dispute in connection with such Swap. “Renewal and Replacement Subaccount” shall mean the “Renewal and Replacement Subaccount” created, held and maintained by the City within the Revenue Account pursuant to Section 4.08 hereof and Section 4.08 of the Master Senior Indenture. 15 4834-8419-8338.4 “Renewal and Replacement Subaccount Requirement” shall mean, as of any date of calculation, an amount not less than $5 million, or such other amount as shall be established by the City from time to time in accordance with the Airline Use Agreements. “Repayment Obligations” shall mean an obligation arising under a written agreement of the City and a Credit Provider pursuant to which the City agrees to reimburse the Credit Provider for amounts paid through a Credit Facility used to pay debt service on any Subordinate Obligations, or an obligation arising under a written agreement of the City and a Liquidity Provider pursuant to which the City agrees to reimburse the Liquidity Provider for amounts paid through a Liquidity Facility used to purchase Subordinate Obligations. “Representation Letter” shall mean the Blanket Issuer Letter of Representations dated May 30, 1995 from the City to DTC. “Reserve Requirement” shall mean such amount as is provided for in a Supplemental Subordinate Indenture. “Responsible Officer” shall mean an officer or assistant officer of the Trustee assigned by the Trustee to administer this Indenture. “Revenue Account” shall mean the “Revenue Account” created, held and maintained by the City within the Revenue Fund pursuant to Section 4.03(a) hereof and Section 4.03(a) of the Master Senior Indenture. “Revenue Fund” shall mean the “Revenue Fund” created, held and maintained by the City for the purpose of depositing all Revenues and other moneys and funds not included in Revenues. “Revenues” shall mean, except to the extent specifically excluded herefrom, all income, receipts, earnings and revenues received by the City from the operation and ownership of the Airport System for a given period, as determined in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles, as modified from time to time, including, but not limited to, (a) rates, tolls, fees, rentals, charges and other payments made to or owed to the City for the use or availability of the Airport System, (b) amounts received or owed from the sale or provision of supplies, materials, goods and services provided by or made available by the City, including rental or business interruption insurance proceeds, received by, held by, accrued to or entitled to be received by the City or any successor thereto from the possession, management, charge, superintendence and control of the Airport System and its related facilities or activities and undertakings related thereto or from any other facilities wherever located with respect to which the City receives payments which are attributable to the Airport System or activities or undertakings related thereto, and (c) Other Pledged Revenues. Additionally, “Revenues” shall also include amounts received from tenants representing the principal portion of payments received pursuant to certain self-liquidating lease agreements, all income, receipts and earnings from the investment of amounts held in the Revenue Account, any Senior Debt Service Fund (except Senior Capitalized Interest on deposit therein), the Senior Common Debt Service Reserve Fund, any Senior Series Debt Service Reserve Fund, any Debt Service Fund (except Capitalized Interest on deposit therein), any Debt Service Reserve Fund and such additional revenues, if any, as are designated as “Revenues” under the terms of any Supplemental Senior Indenture. 16 4834-8419-8338.4 The following, including any investment earnings thereon, are specifically excluded from Revenues: (i) any amounts received by the City from the imposition of ad valorem taxes, (ii) gifts, grants and other income (including any investment earnings thereon) otherwise included in this definition of “Revenues” which are restricted by their terms to purposes inconsistent with the payment of debt service on the Senior Bonds or the Subordinate Obligations or constitute fuel tax refunds made by the State to the City, (iii) Net Proceeds and other insurance proceeds, to the extent the use of such Net Proceeds or other proceeds is restricted by the terms of the policy under which they are paid to a use inconsistent with the payment of debt service on the Senior Bonds or the Subordinate Obligations (except to the extent Net Proceeds are utilized to pay Operation and Maintenance Expenses of the Airport System), (iv) Special Facilities Revenue (to the extent there is no excess Special Facilities Revenue as described in Section 5.07 hereof), (v) Passenger Facility Charges (including Pledged Passenger Facility Charges and Passenger Facility Charges Available for Debt Service), and (vi) the proceeds of the sale of Senior Bonds or Subordinate Obligations or other obligations issued for Airport System purposes. Additionally, the following, including any investment earnings thereon, are specifically excluded from “Revenues,” unless designated as and included in Other Pledged Revenues: (A) any Swap Termination Payments paid to the City pursuant to a Qualified Swap, (B) any swap termination payments paid to the City pursuant to a swap entered into pursuant to the provisions of the Senior Indenture, (C) subject to clause (ii) in the previous paragraph, grants and other charges authorized on or after the date of this Indenture by federal and/or State laws or regulations to be assessed to fund specific programs at the Airport System, (D) investment income derived from any moneys or securities which may be placed in escrow or trust to defease Senior Bonds or Subordinate Obligations, (E) any arbitrage earnings which are required to be paid to the U.S. Government pursuant to Section 148 of the Code, (F) Capitalized Interest, (G) Senior Capitalized Interest, (H) Customer Facility Charges and CFC Bond Funding Supplemental Consideration, (I) Federal Direct Payments and (J) excess Revenues from a prior Fiscal Year deposited in the Surplus Fund. Further, interest earnings or other investment earnings on any Construction Fund established by any Supplemental Subordinate Indenture are specifically excluded from “Revenues,” unless otherwise provided for in a Supplemental Subordinate Indenture. “Rolling Coverage Account” shall mean the “Rolling Coverage Account” created, held and maintained by the City within the Revenue Fund pursuant to Section 4.09 hereof and Section 4.09 of the Master Senior Indenture. “Rolling Coverage Amount” shall mean the amount which may, in the City’s discretion, be deposited in the Rolling Coverage Account in order for the City to have on deposit therein with respect to any Annual Debt Service due and payable in the current Fiscal Year on Outstanding Subordinate Obligations, an amount not to exceed fifteen percent (15%) of such Annual Debt Service. The Rolling Coverage Amount is in addition to the Senior Rolling Coverage Amount that may be deposited to the Rolling Coverage Account from time to time. “Senior Bonds” shall mean “Bonds” as defined in the Master Senior Indenture. 17 4834-8419-8338.4 “Senior Capitalized Interest” shall mean “Capitalized Interest” as defined in the Master Senior Indenture. “Senior Common Debt Service Reserve Fund” shall mean “Common Debt Service Reserve Fund” as defined in the Master Senior Indenture. “Senior Credit Provider” shall mean “Credit Provider” as defined in the Master Senior Indenture. “Senior Debt Service Fund” or “Senior Debt Service Funds” shall mean “Debt Service Fund” or “Debt Service Funds,” as applicable, as defined in the Master Senior Indenture. “Senior Debt Service Reserve Fund Surety Policy” shall mean “Debt Service Reserve Fund Surety Policy” as defined in the Master Senior Indenture. “Senior Indenture” shall mean, collectively, the Master Senior Indenture and all Supplemental Senior Indentures. “Senior Liquidity Provider” shall mean “Liquidity Provider” as defined in the Master Senior Indenture. “Senior Reserve Requirement” shall mean “Senior Reserve Requirement” as defined in the Master Senior Indenture. “Senior Rolling Coverage Amount” shall mean “Rolling Coverage Amount” as defined in the Master Senior Indenture. “Senior Series Debt Service Reserve Fund” shall mean “Series Debt Service Reserve Fund” as defined in the Master Senior Indenture. “Senior Trustee” shall mean “Trustee” as defined in the Master Senior Indenture. “Series” shall mean Subordinate Obligations designated as a separate Series by a Supplemental Subordinate Indenture. “Significant Portion” shall mean any Airport Facilities or portions thereof which, if such facilities had been sold or disposed of by the City at the beginning of an annual period which includes the month of commencement of the 12-month period ending on the day of such disposition would have resulted in a reduction in Subordinate Revenues for such annual period of more than 5% when the actual Subordinate Revenues for such annual period are decreased by the Revenues directly attributable to such Airport Facilities and increased by the expenses of the City directly attributable to such Airport Facilities. The City shall notify each of the Rating Agencies that the City has requested ratings from and who are then maintaining a rating on any of the Subordinate Obligations prior to the selling or disposing of a Significant Portion of any Airport Facilities or portions thereof. “S&P” shall mean S&P Global Ratings, a division of Standard & Poor’s Financial Services LLC, and its successors and assigns, and if S&P Global Ratings shall for any reason no longer 18 4834-8419-8338.4 perform the functions of a nationally recognized statistical rating organization, “S&P” shall be deemed to refer to any nationally recognized statistical rating organization designated by the City. “Special Facilities” or “Special Facility” shall mean a facility or group of facilities or category of facilities which are designated as a Special Facility pursuant to the provisions of Section 5.07 hereof. “Special Facilities Revenue” shall mean the contractual payments and all other revenues (other than ground rentals relating to such Special Facility) derived by or available to the City from a Special Facility which are pledged to secure Special Facility Obligations. “Special Facility Obligations” shall mean bonds or other debt instruments issued pursuant to an indenture other than this Indenture or the Senior Indenture to finance Special Facilities and which are not secured by nor payable from a lien on and pledge of the Net Revenues or the Subordinate Revenues but which are secured by revenues derived from Special Facilities. Such Special Facility Obligations, however, may be secured by a pledge of Subordinate Revenues expressly subordinate to the pledge of Subordinate Revenues provided herein and may be payable from Subordinate Revenues only after provision has been made for payments of debt service on the Subordinate Obligations as provided herein. “Specified Project” shall mean a Project or a group of alternative Projects which are described in a certificate of an Authorized City Representative, which is delivered to the Consultant preparing the certificate described in Section 2.11 hereof, if applicable, the revenues and expenses of which Project or of the alternative Projects are to be taken into account by such Consultant in preparing the certificate under Section 2.11(a)(ii). “State” shall mean the State of Utah. “State Money Management Act” shall mean the State Money Management Act, Title 51, Chapter 7, Utah Code Annotated 1953, as amended, and any applicable regulations and rules promulgated thereunder. “Subaccount” shall mean any subaccount established pursuant to this Indenture or any Supplemental Subordinate Indenture. “Subordinate Obligation” or “Subordinate Obligations” shall mean any debt obligation of the City issued under and in accordance with the provisions of Article II hereof, including, but not limited to, bonds, notes, bond anticipation notes, Commercial Paper, revolving lines of credit and other instruments creating an indebtedness of the City, obligations incurred pursuant to an any interest rate swap agreement entered into in connection with Subordinate Obligations, obligations incurred through lease or installment purchase agreements or other agreements or certificates of participation therein, and Repayment Obligations to the extent provided in Section 2.12 hereof. “Subordinate Revenues” shall mean the Revenues remaining after the City has made the deposits described in clauses (i), (ii) and (iii), inclusive, of Section 4.03(b) of the Master Senior Indenture, as such clauses and Section 4.03(b) exist on the date of execution of this Indenture. 19 4834-8419-8338.4 “Supplemental Senior Indenture” shall mean “Supplemental Indenture” as defined in the Master Senior Indenture. “Supplemental Subordinate Indenture” shall mean any document supplementing and/or amending this Indenture or providing for the issuance of Subordinate Obligations and entered into as provided in Article X hereof. “Surplus Fund” shall mean the “Surplus Fund” created, held and maintained by the City for the purpose described in Section 4.10 hereof and Section 4.10 of the Master Senior Indenture. “Swap” shall mean any financial arrangement between the City and a Swap Provider which provides that (a) each of the parties shall pay to the other an amount or amounts calculated as if such amount were interest accruing during the term of the arrangement at a specified rate (whether fixed or a variable rate or measured against some other rate) on a Designated Debt, and payable from time to time or at a designated time or times (whether before, during or after the term of the arrangement); (b) if such amount is to be paid before it is deemed to have accrued, the amount paid shall reflect the present value of such future amount (i.e., an upfront premium), while an amount to be paid after it is deemed to have accrued shall reflect the time value of such funds; and (c) payment dates and calculated accrual rates need not be the same for each payor, but to the extent payment dates coincide, the arrangement may (but need not) provide that one shall pay to the other any net amount due under such arrangement. “Swap Provider” shall mean a party to a Swap with the City. “Swap Termination Payment” shall mean an amount payable by the City or a Qualified Swap Provider, in accordance with a Qualified Swap, to compensate the other party to the Qualified Swap for any losses and costs that such other party may incur as a result of an event of default or the early termination of the obligations, in whole or in part, of the parties under such Qualified Swap. “Synthetic Fixed Rate Debt” shall mean indebtedness issued by the City which is combined, as Designated Debt, with a Qualified Swap and creates, in the opinion of a Consultant, a substantially fixed-rate maturity or maturities for a term not exceeding such maturity or maturities. “Tender Indebtedness” shall mean any Subordinate Obligations or portions of Subordinate Obligations a feature of which is an obligation on the part of the Holders, under the terms of such Subordinate Obligations, to tender all or a portion of such Subordinate Obligations to the City, the Trustee, the Paying Agent or other fiduciary or agent or Credit Provider or Liquidity Provider for payment or purchase and requiring that such Subordinate Obligations or portions of Subordinate Obligations be purchased if properly presented. “Term Subordinate Obligations” shall mean Subordinate Obligations of a Series which are payable on or before their specified maturity dates from sinking fund installment payments established pursuant to the Supplemental Subordinate Indenture for such Series for that purpose and calculated to retire the Subordinate Obligations on or before their specified maturity dates. 20 4834-8419-8338.4 “Transfer” shall mean (a) the amount on deposit, if any, on the last Business Day of the applicable Fiscal Year in the Rolling Coverage Account plus (b) any amounts withdrawn from the Rolling Coverage Account during such Fiscal Year for the purposes specified in Section 4.09(a) or (b) hereof and Section 4.09(a) or (b) of the Master Senior Indenture less (c) any amounts deposited in the Rolling Coverage Account from Revenues during such Fiscal Year. “Treasurer’s Investment Fund” shall mean the fund held by the Treasurer of the State and commonly known as the Utah State Public Treasurer’s Investment Fund. “Trustee” shall mean the entity named as such in the introductory paragraph of this Indenture until a successor replaces it in accordance with Article IX hereof and, thereafter, shall mean such successor. “United States Bankruptcy Code” shall mean Title 11 U.S.C., Section 101 et seq., as amended or supplemented from time to time, or any successor federal act. “United States Obligations” shall have the meaning set forth in Section 6.02 hereof. “Variable Rate Indebtedness” shall mean any Subordinate Obligation or Subordinate Obligations the interest rate on which is not, at the time in question, fixed to maturity, excluding any Commercial Paper. Except as otherwise indicated, references to Articles and Sections are to the Articles and Sections of this Indenture. ARTICLE II FORM, EXECUTION, DELIVERY AND REGISTRATION OF BONDS Section 2.01. Issuance of Subordinate Obligations; Form; Dating. Either taxable or tax-exempt Subordinate Obligations may be issued by the City under the terms of this Indenture for any purpose for which the City, at the time of such issuance, may incur debt which may include issuing Subordinate Obligations and loaning the proceeds to other entities (if it is determined to be legally permissible for the City to do so at such time), provided that if the proceeds of the Subordinate Obligations are loaned to other entities, the loan repayments and interest thereon shall be included as Revenues. Subordinate Obligations may be issued under this Indenture only if the provisions of Section 2.09 hereof are satisfied. The total principal amount of Subordinate Obligations of each Series Outstanding may not exceed the amount specified in the Supplemental Subordinate Indenture providing for the issuance of such Subordinate Obligations, except as provided in Section 2.05 hereof with respect to replacement of mutilated, lost or stolen or destroyed Subordinate Obligations. The Subordinate Obligations may be in certificated or uncertificated form, and Subordinate Obligations which are issued in certificated form may be freely transferable or may be immobilized and held by a custodian for the beneficial owners, all as shall be set forth or permitted in the Supplemental Subordinate Indenture providing for the issuance of such Subordinate Obligations. The Subordinate Obligations may have notations, legends or endorsements required by law or usage. The Subordinate Obligations issued under this Indenture are “Subordinate Obligations” as defined in the Master Senior Indenture. 21 4834-8419-8338.4 Subordinate Obligations will be numbered and dated as provided in the applicable Supplemental Subordinate Indenture. All Subordinate Obligations shall contain a statement to the following effect: The Subordinate Obligations are limited obligations of the City, payable solely from and secured by a pledge of Subordinate Revenues derived by the City from the operations of the Airport System and certain funds and accounts. None of the properties of the Airport System are subject to any mortgage or other lien for the benefit of the owners of the Subordinate Obligations, and neither the full faith and credit nor the taxing power of the City, the State or any political subdivision or agency of the State is pledged to the payment of the principal of, premium, if any, or interest on the Subordinate Obligations. Additionally, each Subordinate Obligation shall contain an express statement that such obligation and the interest thereon are junior and subordinate in all respects to the Senior Bonds as to lien on and source and security for payment from the Net Revenues. Section 2.02. Terms, Medium and Place of Payment. The Subordinate Obligations shall be issued in the principal amount, shall bear interest at a rate or rates, including a rate of 0% and including variable or adjustable rates, or by such other methods as the City may from time to time determine, and such interest may be payable periodically, in whole or in part, or may be accumulated and paid at maturity or at such other time or times as the City shall determine. Subordinate Obligations shall mature and shall be subject to redemption prior to their respective maturities, all as shall be set forth in a Supplemental Subordinate Indenture and permitted under the Act. The Subordinate Obligations of each Series shall state that they are issued under and are secured by this Indenture and the pledge of Subordinate Revenues and state that regardless of the form thereof, they are “Subordinate Obligations” issued hereunder and within the meaning of this Indenture. Payments with respect to the Subordinate Obligations shall be made as provided in the Supplemental Subordinate Indenture providing for the issuance of such Subordinate Obligations or as provided in the Subordinate Obligations, which provisions shall include the designation of the currency in which such payments shall be made. Section 2.03. Execution and Authentication. The Subordinate Obligations, if in certificated form, will be signed for the City as provided in the Supplemental Subordinate Indenture or in the resolution authorizing such Subordinate Obligations. In case any officer whose signature or whose facsimile signature shall appear on any Subordinate Obligations shall cease to be such officer before the authentication of such Subordinate Obligations, such signature or the facsimile signature thereof shall nevertheless be valid and sufficient for all purposes the same as if he or she had remained in office until authentication. Also, if a person signing a Subordinate Obligation is the proper officer on the actual date of execution, the Subordinate Obligation will be valid even if that person is not the proper officer on the nominal date of action and even though, at the date of this Indenture, such person was not such officer. Except as otherwise provided in a Supplemental Subordinate Indenture, a Subordinate Obligation in certificated form will not be valid until the Trustee or its agent or an authenticating 22 4834-8419-8338.4 agent designated by the City manually signs the certificate of authentication on the Subordinate Obligation. Such signature will be conclusive evidence that the Subordinate Obligation has been authenticated under this Indenture. The City may appoint an authenticating agent or the Trustee may appoint an authenticating agent acceptable to the City to authenticate Subordinate Obligations or different authenticating agents may be appointed for different Series of Subordinate Obligations. An authenticating agent may authenticate Subordinate Obligations whenever the Trustee may do so. Each reference in this Indenture to authentication by the Trustee includes authentication by such agent. Subordinate Obligations issued under this Indenture may be issued in uncertificated form, in which case the procedures for issuance and delivery and evidence of validity, ownership, transfer and exchange shall be as provided in a Supplemental Subordinate Indenture, and neither the provisions of this Section 2.03 nor any other provision of this Indenture shall be deemed to prohibit or restrict the issuance of uncertificated Subordinate Obligations. Section 2.04. Subordinate Obligation Register. Subordinate Obligations of each Series may be presented at the principal corporate trust office of the Trustee or such other Registrar, unless a different office has been designated for such purpose, for registration, transfer and exchange. The Trustee or a Registrar will keep a register of each Series of Subordinate Obligations and of their transfer and exchange. Section 2.05. Mutilated, Lost, Stolen or Destroyed Subordinate Obligations. (a) In the event any Subordinate Obligation is mutilated or defaced but identifiable by number and description, the City shall execute and the Trustee shall authenticate and deliver a new Subordinate Obligation of like Series, date, maturity and denomination as such Subordinate Obligation, upon surrender thereof to the Trustee; provided that there shall first be furnished to the Trustee and the City clear and unequivocal proof satisfactory to the Trustee that the Subordinate Obligation is mutilated or defaced. The Holder shall accompany the above with a deposit of money required by the Trustee for the cost of preparing the substitute Subordinate Obligation and all other expenses connected with the issuance of such substitute. The Trustee shall then cause proper record to be made of the cancellation of the original, and thereafter the substitute shall have the validity of the original. (b) In the event any Subordinate Obligation is lost, stolen or destroyed, the City may execute and the Trustee may authenticate and deliver a new Subordinate Obligation of like Series, date, maturity and denomination as that Subordinate Obligation lost, stolen or destroyed, provided that there shall first be furnished to the Trustee evidence of such loss, theft or destruction satisfactory to the Trustee, together with indemnity satisfactory to it and the City. (c) Except as limited by any Supplemental Subordinate Indenture, the Trustee may charge the holder of any such Subordinate Obligation all governmental charges and transfer taxes, if any, and its reasonable fees and expenses in this connection. All substitute Subordinate Obligations issued and authenticated pursuant to this Section 2.05 shall be 23 4834-8419-8338.4 issued as a substitute and numbered, if numbering is provided for by the Supplemental Subordinate Indenture or the Trustee, as determined by the Trustee. In the event any such Subordinate Obligation has matured or been called for redemption, instead of issuing a substitute Subordinate Obligation, the Trustee may pay the same at its maturity or redemption without surrender thereof upon receipt of indemnity satisfactory to the Trustee. Section 2.06. Book-Entry Subordinate Obligations. (a) Except as provided in subparagraph (c) of this Section or a Supplemental Subordinate Indenture, the Holder of all of the Subordinate Obligations shall be DTC and the Subordinate Obligations shall be registered in the name of Cede & Co., as nominee for DTC. Payment of principal and redemption price of and interest on any Subordinate Obligation registered in the name of Cede & Co. shall be made by wire transfer of New York clearing house or equivalent next day funds or by wire transfer of same day funds to the account of Cede & Co. at the address indicated on the record date or special record date for Cede & Co. in the registration books of the Registrar. (b) The Subordinate Obligations shall be initially issued in the form of separate single authenticated fully registered bonds for each separate stated maturity and interest rate for each Series of the Subordinate Obligations. Upon initial issuance, the ownership of such Subordinate Obligations shall be registered in the registration books of the Registrar in the name of Cede & Co., as nominee of DTC. The Trustee, the Registrar and the City may treat DTC (or its nominee) as the sole and exclusive owner of the Subordinate Obligations registered in its name for the purposes of paying the principal and redemption price of and interest on the Subordinate Obligations, selecting the Subordinate Obligations or portions thereof to be redeemed, giving any notice permitted or required to be given to Holders under this Indenture or a Supplemental Subordinate Indenture, registering the transfer of Subordinate Obligations, obtaining any consent or other action to be taken by Holders and for all other purposes whatsoever, and neither the Trustee, the Registrar nor the City shall be affected by any notice to the contrary. Neither the Trustee, the Registrar nor the City shall have any responsibility or obligation to any Participant, any person claiming a beneficial ownership interest in the Subordinate Obligations under or through DTC or any Participant, or any other person which is not shown on the registration books as being a Holder, with respect to the accuracy of any records maintained by DTC or any Participant; the payment by DTC or any Participant of any amount in respect of the principal and redemption price of or interest on the Subordinate Obligations; any notice which is permitted or required to be given to Holders under this Indenture of a Supplemental Subordinate Indenture; the selection by DTC or any Participant of any person to receive payment in the event of a partial redemption of the Subordinate Obligations; any consent given or other action taken by DTC as Holder; or any other purpose. Except as provided in subparagraph (c) of this Section or a Supplemental Subordinate Indenture, the Trustee shall pay all principal and redemption price of and interest on the Subordinate Obligations only to or “upon the order of” DTC (as that term is used in the Uniform Commercial Code as adopted in the State of Utah), and all such payments shall be valid and effective to fully satisfy and discharge the City’s obligations with respect to the principal and redemption price of and interest on the Subordinate Obligations to the extent of the sum or sums so paid. Except as provided in 24 4834-8419-8338.4 subparagraph (c) of this Section or a Supplemental Subordinate Indenture, no person other than DTC shall receive an authenticated Subordinate Obligation evidencing the obligation of the City to make payments of principal, redemption price and interest pursuant to this Indenture or a Supplemental Subordinate Indenture. Upon delivery by DTC to the Trustee of written notice to the effect that DTC has determined to substitute a new nominee in place of Cede & Co., and subject to the provisions herein with respect to Record Dates, the word “Cede & Co.” in this Indenture and any Supplemental Subordinate Indenture shall refer to such new nominee of DTC. (c) In the event the City determines that it is in the best interest of the beneficial owners that they be able to obtain bond certificates, and notifies DTC, the Trustee and the Registrar of such determination, then DTC will notify the Participants of the availability through DTC of bond certificates. In such event, the Trustee shall authenticate and the Registrar shall transfer and exchange bond certificates as requested by DTC and any other Holders in appropriate amounts. DTC may determine to discontinue providing its services with respect to the Subordinate Obligations at any time by giving notice to the City and the Trustee and discharging its responsibilities with respect thereto under applicable law. Under such circumstances (if there is no successor securities depository), the City and the Trustee shall be obligated to deliver bond certificates as described in this Indenture. In the event bond certificates are issued, the provisions of this Indenture or a Supplemental Subordinate Indenture shall apply to, among other things, the transfer and exchange of such certificates and the method of payment of principal and redemption price of and interest on such certificates. Whenever DTC requests the City and the Trustee to do so, the Trustee and the City will cooperate with DTC in taking appropriate action after reasonable notice (i) to make available one or more separate certificates evidencing the Subordinate Obligations to any Participant having Subordinate Obligations credited to its DTC account or (ii) to arrange for another securities depository to maintain custody of certificates evidencing the Subordinate Obligations. (d) Notwithstanding any other provision of this Indenture or a Supplemental Subordinate Indenture to the contrary, so long as any Subordinate Obligation is registered in the name of Cede & Co., as nominee of DTC, all payments with respect to the principal and redemption price of and interest on such Subordinate Obligation and all notices with respect to such Subordinate Obligation shall be made and given, respectively, to DTC as provided in the Representation Letter. (e) In connection with any notice or other communication to be provided to Holders pursuant to this Indenture or a Supplemental Subordinate Indenture by the City or the Trustee with respect to any consent or other action to be taken by Holders, the City or the Trustee, as the case may be, shall establish a record date for such consent or other action and give DTC notice of such record date not less than fifteen (15) calendar days in advance of such record date to the extent possible. Notice to DTC shall be given only when DTC is the sole Holder. NEITHER THE CITY NOR THE TRUSTEE WILL HAVE ANY RESPONSIBILITY OR OBLIGATION TO PARTICIPANTS OR BENEFICIAL OWNERS WITH RESPECT TO: THE PAYMENT BY DTC TO ANY PARTICIPANT 25 4834-8419-8338.4 OF THE PRINCIPAL AND REDEMPTION PRICE OF OR INTEREST ON THE BONDS; THE PROVIDING OF NOTICE TO PARTICIPANTS OR BENEFICIAL OWNERS; THE ACCURACY OF ANY RECORDS MAINTAINED BY DTC, OR ANY PARTICIPANT; OR ANY CONSENT GIVEN OR OTHER ACTION TAKEN BY DTC AS BONDHOLDER OF THE BONDS. Section 2.07. Registration and Transfer or Exchange of Subordinate Obligations; Persons Treated as Owners. Unless otherwise provided by a Supplemental Subordinate Indenture, all Subordinate Obligations shall be issued in fully registered form. Upon surrender for transfer of any Subordinate Obligation at the principal corporate trust office of the Trustee or Registrar, the Trustee or Registrar shall deliver in the name of the transferee or transferees a new fully authenticated and registered Subordinate Obligation or Subordinate Obligations of authorized denominations of the same Series and same maturity for the same aggregate principal amount. Holders may present Subordinate Obligations at the principal corporate trust office of the Registrar, or such other place as designated by the Registrar, for exchange for Subordinate Obligations of different authorized denominations and, upon such presentation, the Trustee or Registrar shall deliver to the Holder a new fully authenticated and registered Subordinate Obligation or Subordinate Obligations of the same Series and same maturity for the same aggregate principal amount. All Subordinate Obligations presented for transfer or exchange shall be accompanied by a written instrument or instruments of transfer or authorization for exchange, in form and with guaranty of signature satisfactory to the Trustee or Registrar, duly executed by the Holder or by his duly authorized attorney. Except as limited by any Supplemental Subordinate Indenture, the Trustee or Registrar also may require payment from the Holder of a sum sufficient to cover any tax, or other governmental fee or charge that may be imposed in relation thereto. Such taxes, fees and charges shall be paid before any such new Subordinate Obligation shall be delivered. Supplemental Subordinate Indentures may designate certain limited periods during which Subordinate Obligations will not be exchanged or transferred. Subordinate Obligations delivered upon any exchange or transfer as provided herein, or as provided in Section 2.05 hereof, shall be valid limited obligations of the City, evidencing the same debt as the Subordinate Obligation or Subordinate Obligations surrendered, shall be secured by this Indenture and shall be entitled to all of the security and benefits hereof to the same extent as the Subordinate Obligation or Subordinate Obligations surrendered. The City, the Trustee, the Registrar and the Paying Agent shall treat the Holder of a Subordinate Obligation, as shown on the registration books kept by the Registrar, as the person exclusively entitled to payment of principal, premium, if any, and interest on such Subordinate Obligation and as the party entitled to the exercise of all other rights and powers of the Holder, except that all interest payments will be made to the party who, as of the Record Date, is the Holder. 26 4834-8419-8338.4 Section 2.08. Destruction of Subordinate Obligations. Whenever any Subordinate Obligations shall be delivered to the Trustee for cancellation pursuant to this Indenture, upon payment of the principal amount and interest represented thereby or for replacement pursuant to Section 2.05 hereof or exchange or transfer pursuant to Section 2.07 hereof, such Subordinate Obligation shall be cancelled and destroyed by the Trustee or the Registrar and counterparts of a certificate of destruction evidencing such destruction shall be furnished by the Trustee to the City. Section 2.09. Issuance of Series of Subordinate Obligations; Supplemental Subordinate Indenture; Application of Subordinate Obligation Proceeds. Subordinate Obligations may be issued, from time to time, subject to the conditions of this Section 2.09. Subordinate Obligations shall be dated, shall mature, shall bear interest, shall be subject to redemption and shall be amortized and shall be issued and reissued from time to time, all as authorized under the Act and provided for in the Supplemental Subordinate Indenture relating to such Series of Subordinate Obligations. In addition, each such Supplemental Subordinate Indenture may provide for the appointment of a Registrar or Registrars and a Paying Agent or Paying Agents and such other agents as the City shall determine to be necessary in addition to or in place of the Trustee. Each Series of the Subordinate Obligations, upon execution by the City, shall be deposited with the Trustee or an agent for authentication and delivery, but prior to or simultaneously with the original delivery of such Series of Subordinate Obligations, there shall be filed with the Trustee the following: (a) original executed copies, certified by the City Recorder of the City, of the Senior Indenture and this Indenture, together with all Supplemental Subordinate Indentures; (b) an original executed copy, certified by the City Recorder of the City, of the Supplemental Subordinate Indenture or Supplemental Subordinate Indentures providing for the issuance of such Series of Subordinate Obligations and setting forth the terms of such Series of Subordinate Obligations; (c) except with respect to the issuance of any Refunding Subordinate Obligations, a certificate of an Authorized City Representative listing those Projects or undertakings which the City expects to finance with proceeds of the sale of such Series of Subordinate Obligations or providing a list from which the City expects to select those Projects which will be financed with proceeds of the sale of such Series of Subordinate Obligations and such certificate shall, with respect to each item on the list include an estimated cost of such Projects or undertaking; (d) except with respect to the issuance of the Initial Subordinate Obligations, the certificate of the Authorized City Representative or the Consultant or Consultants, as the case may be, required by Section 2.11(a) and/or (b) hereof; (e) a certificate of an Authorized City Representative stating that (i)(A) none of the Events of Default set forth in Section 8.01 hereof have occurred and remain uncured, and that none of the events of default set forth in the Senior Indenture have occurred and 27 4834-8419-8338.4 remain uncured, or (B) upon issuance of such Series of Subordinate Obligations, all Events of Default set forth in Section 8.01 hereof that have occurred and are continuing, and that all of the events of default set forth in the Senior Indenture that have occurred and are continuing, shall be cured, and (ii) that the City is in full compliance with the terms of Section 5.04 hereof and Section 5.04 of the Master Senior Indenture; (f) an opinion of Bond Counsel to the effect that the issuance of such Subordinate Obligations has been duly authorized, that all legal conditions precedent to the delivery of such Subordinate Obligations have been fulfilled, and that the Subordinate Obligations are valid and binding obligations of the City in accordance with their terms; (g) the opinion of Bond Counsel required by Section 10.02 hereof; and (h) written instructions from the City to authenticate the Subordinate Obligations and, upon receipt of the purchase price, to deliver the Subordinate Obligations to or upon the order of the purchasers named in such instructions. When the documents mentioned in clauses (a) through (h), inclusive, of the immediately preceding paragraph shall have been filed with the Trustee and when such Subordinate Obligations shall have been executed and authenticated (if applicable), the Trustee or authenticating agent shall deliver such Subordinate Obligations to or upon the order of the purchasers thereof, but only upon payment by the purchasers of the purchase price of such Subordinate Obligations. Section 2.10. Refunding Subordinate Obligations. Refunding Subordinate Obligations may be issued under and secured by this Indenture. Such Refunding Subordinate Obligations shall be issued in accordance with the provisions of Sections 2.09 and 2.11(b)(i) hereof. Section 2.11. Additional Subordinate Obligations Test. (a) Subject to the provisions of Section 2.11(b) hereof and excepting the Initial Subordinate Obligations, as a condition to the issuance of any Series of Subordinate Obligations, there shall be delivered to the Trustee either: (i) a certificate, dated as of a date between the date of pricing of the Subordinate Obligations being issued and the date of delivery of such Subordinate Obligations (both dates inclusive), prepared by an Authorized City Representative showing that the Subordinate Revenues for the last audited Fiscal Year or any 12 consecutive months out of the most recent 18 consecutive months immediately preceding the date of issuance of the proposed Series of Subordinate Obligations, together with any Transfer for the most recently ended Fiscal Year, were at least equal to 115% of Maximum Aggregate Annual Debt Service with respect to all Outstanding Subordinate Obligations and the proposed Series of Subordinate Obligations, calculated as if the proposed Series of Subordinate Obligations were then Outstanding; or (ii) a certificate, dated as of a date between the date of pricing of the Subordinate Obligations being issued and the date of delivery of such Subordinate 28 4834-8419-8338.4 Obligations (both dates inclusive), prepared by a Consultant, nationally recognized as an expert in the area of air traffic and airport financial analysis, showing that: (A) the Subordinate Revenues for the last audited Fiscal Year or for any 12 consecutive months out of the most recent 18 consecutive months immediately preceding the date of issuance of the proposed Series of Subordinate Obligations, together with any Transfer for the most recently ended Fiscal Year, were at least equal to 115% of the sum of the Annual Debt Service due and payable with respect to all Outstanding Subordinate Obligations for such applicable period; and (B) for the period from and including the first full Fiscal Year following the issuance of such proposed Series of Subordinate Obligations during which no interest on such Series of Subordinate Obligations is expected to be paid from the proceeds thereof through and including the later of: (1) the fifth full Fiscal Year following the issuance of such Series of Subordinate Obligations, or (2) the third full Fiscal Year during which no interest on such Series of Subordinate Obligations is expected to be paid from the proceeds thereof, the estimated Subordinate Revenues, together with any estimated Transfer, for each such Fiscal Year, will be at least equal to 115% of the Aggregate Annual Debt Service for each such Fiscal Year with respect to all Outstanding Subordinate Obligations and calculated as if (y) the proposed Series of Subordinate Obligations were then Outstanding, and (z) any future Series of Subordinate Obligations which the City estimates will be required to complete payment of the estimated costs of construction of such portion of the Specified Project and any other uncompleted portion of the Specified Project from which the Consultant projects additional Revenues will be generated were then Outstanding. For purposes of subparagraphs (i) and (ii) above, the amount of any Transfer taken into account shall not exceed 15% of the Aggregate Annual Debt Service on the Outstanding Subordinate Obligations, the proposed Series of Subordinate Obligations and any future Series of Subordinate Obligations included pursuant to subparagraph (ii)(B)(z) of the previous paragraph. For purposes of subsections (ii)(B) above, in estimating Subordinate Revenues, the Consultant may take into account (1) Revenues from Specified Projects or other Airport Facilities reasonably expected to become available during the period for which the estimates are provided, (2) any increase in fees, rates, charges, rentals or other sources of Revenues which have been approved by the City and will be in effect during the period for which the estimates are provided, and (3) any other increases in Revenues which the Consultant believes to be a reasonable assumption for such period. With respect to Operation and Maintenance Expenses of the Airport System, the Consultant shall use such assumptions as the Consultant believes to be reasonable, taking into account: (x) historical Operation and Maintenance Expenses of the Airport System, (y) Operation and Maintenance Expenses of the Airport System associated with the Specified Projects and any 29 4834-8419-8338.4 other new Airport Facilities, and (z) such other factors, including inflation and changing operations or policies of the City, as the Consultant believes to be appropriate. The Consultant shall include in the certificate or in a separate accompanying report the calculations and assumptions made in determining the estimated Subordinate Revenues and shall also set forth the calculations of Aggregate Annual Debt Service, which calculations may be based upon information provided by another Consultant. For purposes of preparing the certificate or certificates described above, the Consultant or the Authorized City Representative may rely upon financial information provided by the City. (b) Neither of the certificates described above under subsection (a) shall be required if: (i) the Subordinate Obligations being issued are for the purpose of refunding then Outstanding Subordinate Obligations and there is delivered to the Trustee, instead, a certificate of an Authorized City Representative or a Consultant showing that Maximum Aggregate Annual Debt Service after the issuance of such Refunding Subordinate Obligations will not exceed Maximum Aggregate Annual Debt Service prior to the issuance of such Refunding Subordinate Obligations; or (ii) the Subordinate Obligations being issued constitute Notes and there is delivered to the Trustee, instead, a certificate prepared by an Authorized City Representative or a Consultant showing that the principal amount of the proposed Notes being issued, together with the principal amount of any Notes then Outstanding, does not exceed 10% of the Subordinate Revenues for any 12 consecutive months out of the most recent 24 months immediately preceding the issuance of the proposed Notes; or (iii) the Subordinate Obligations being issued are Completion Subordinate Obligations and the following written certificates are delivered to the Trustee: (A) a Consultant’s certificate stating that the nature and purpose of such Project has not materially changed, and (B) a certificate of an Authorized City Representative to the effect that (1) all of the proceeds (including investment earnings on amounts in the Construction Fund established for the Project) of the original Subordinate Obligations issued to finance such Project have been or will be used to pay Costs of the Project and (2) the then estimated Costs of the Project exceed the sum of the Costs of the Project already paid plus moneys available in the Construction Fund established for the Project (including unspent proceeds of Subordinate Obligations previously issued for such purpose). (c) For purposes of calculating Aggregate Annual Debt Service, the following components of debt service shall be computed as follows: (i) in determining the amount of principal to be funded in each Fiscal Year, payment shall (unless a different clause of this subsection (c) applies for 30 4834-8419-8338.4 purposes of determining principal maturities or amortization) be assumed to be made on Outstanding Subordinate Obligations in accordance with any amortization schedule established by the applicable Supplemental Subordinate Indenture setting forth the terms of such Subordinate Obligations, including, as a principal payment, the Accreted Value of any Capital Appreciation Subordinate Obligations maturing or scheduled for redemption in such Fiscal Year; in determining the amount of interest to be funded in each Fiscal Year, interest payable at a fixed rate shall (except to the extent clause (ii) or (iii) of this subsection (c) applies) be assumed to be made at such fixed rate and on the required funding dates as provided in the applicable Supplemental Subordinate Indenture; provided, however, that interest payable on the Subordinate Obligations shall be excluded to the extent such payments are to be paid from Capitalized Interest for such Fiscal Year; (ii) if all or any portion or portions of an Outstanding Subordinate Obligations or any Subordinate Obligations which are then proposed to be issued constitute Balloon Indebtedness, then, for purposes of determining Aggregate Annual Debt Service, each maturity which constitutes Balloon Indebtedness will, unless clause (iii) of this subsection (c) then applies, be treated as if it were to be amortized over a term of not more than 30 years with substantially level annual debt service payments commencing not later than the year following the year in which such Balloon Indebtedness was, or is to be, issued; the interest rate used for such computation shall be that rate determined by a Consultant to be a reasonable market rate for fixed-rate Subordinate Obligations of a corresponding term issued under this Indenture on the date of such calculation, with no credit enhancement and taking into consideration whether such Subordinate Obligations bear interest which is or is not excluded from gross income for federal income tax purposes; and with respect to any Subordinate Obligations only a portion of which constitutes Balloon Indebtedness, the remaining portion will be treated as described in clause (i) of this subsection (c) or such other provision of this subsection (c) as will be applicable and; (iii) any maturity of Outstanding Subordinate Obligations or any Subordinate Obligations which are proposed to be issued that constitutes Balloon Indebtedness and for which the stated maturity date occurs within 72 months from the date such calculation of Aggregate Annual Debt Service is made, shall be assumed to become due and payable on the stated maturity date unless there is delivered to the entity making the calculation of Aggregate Annual Debt Service a certificate of an Authorized City Representative stating that the City intends to refinance such maturity and stating the probable terms of such refinancing, including the anticipated interest rate (which shall be a rate determined by a Consultant equal to the then current market rate assuming that such maturity were being refinanced on the date of such certificate) and the final maturity date of such refinancing (provided that such refinanced maturity shall be amortized over a term of not more than 30 years from the date of refinancing), and that the debt capacity of the Department of Airports is sufficient to successfully complete such refinancing; upon the receipt of such certificate, such Balloon Indebtedness shall be assumed to be refinanced in accordance with the probable terms set out in such 31 4834-8419-8338.4 certificate and such terms shall be used for purposes of calculating Aggregate Annual Debt Service; (iv) if any Outstanding Subordinate Obligations or any Subordinate Obligations which are then proposed to be issued constitute Tender Indebtedness (but excluding Subordinate Obligations as to which a Qualified Swap is in effect and to which clause (vi) of this subsection (c) applies), then, for purposes of determining Aggregate Annual Debt Service, Tender Indebtedness shall be treated as if the principal amount of such Subordinate Obligations were to be amortized over a term of not more than 30 years commencing in the year in which such Series is first subject to tender and with substantially level Annual Debt Service payments and extending not later than 30 years from the date such Tender Indebtedness was originally issued; the interest rate used for such computation shall be that rate determined by a Consultant to be a reasonable market rate for fixed-rate Subordinate Obligations of a corresponding term issued under this Indenture on the date of such calculation, with no credit enhancement and taking into consideration whether such Subordinate Obligations bear interest which is or is not excluded from gross income for federal income tax purposes; and with respect to all funding requirements of principal and interest payments becoming due prior to the year in which such Tender Indebtedness is first subject to tender, such payments shall be treated as described in clause (i) of this subsection (c) unless the interest during that period is subject to fluctuation, in which case the interest becoming due prior to such first tender date shall be determined as provided in clause (iv) of this subsection (c); (v) if any Outstanding Subordinate Obligations or any Subordinate Obligations which are then proposed to be issued constitute Variable Rate Indebtedness, including obligations described in clause (vi)(B) of this subsection (c) to the extent it applies (except to the extent clause (ii) of this subsection (c) relating to Balloon Indebtedness or clause (iii) of this subsection (c) relating to Tender Indebtedness or clause (vi)(A) of this subsection (c) relating to Synthetic Fixed Rate Debt applies), the interest rate on such Subordinate Obligations shall be that rate determined by a Consultant to be a reasonable market rate for variable rate Subordinate Obligations of a corresponding term and structure issued under this Indenture on the date of such calculation, with credit enhancement (taking into consideration whether such Subordinate Obligations bear interest which is or is not excluded from gross income for federal income tax purposes), plus the costs of the credit enhancement; (vi) debt service on Repayment Obligations, to the extent such obligations constitute Subordinate Obligations under Section 2.12 hereof, shall be calculated as provided in Section 2.12 hereof; (vii) (A) for purposes of computing the Aggregate Annual Debt Service of Subordinate Obligations which constitute Synthetic Fixed Rate Debt, the interest rate on such Subordinate Obligations shall be that rate as provided for by the terms of the Swap; 32 4834-8419-8338.4 (B) for purposes of computing the Aggregate Annual Debt Service of Subordinate Obligations with respect to which a Swap has been entered into whereby the City has agreed to pay the floating variable rate thereunder, no fixed interest rate amounts payable on the Subordinate Obligations to which such Swap pertains shall be included in the calculation of Aggregate Annual Debt Service, and the interest rate with respect to such Subordinate Obligations shall be the sum of that rate as determined in accordance with clause (iv) of this subsection (c) relating to Variable Rate Indebtedness plus the difference between the interest rate on the Designated Debt and the rate received from the Swap Provider; (viii) with respect to Commercial Paper, the principal and interest thereon shall be calculated as if the entire maximum principal amount of such Commercial Paper authorized by a resolution or a Supplemental Subordinate Indenture were to be amortized over a term of 30 years commencing in the year in which such program authorizing Commercial Paper is implemented and with substantially level Annual Debt Service payments; the interest rate used for such computation shall be that rate determined by a Consultant to be a reasonable market rate for fixed rate Subordinate Obligations of a corresponding term issued under this Indenture on the date of such calculation, with no credit enhancement and taking into consideration whether such Subordinate Obligations bear interest which is or is not excluded from gross income for federal income tax purposes; and (ix) with respect to any Program (other than a Commercial Paper program) which has been Implemented and not then terminated or with respect to any Program (other than a Commercial Paper program) then proposed to be Implemented, the principal and interest thereon shall be calculated (A) as if the entire maximum principal amount of such Program authorized by a resolution or a Supplemental Subordinate Indenture were to be amortized over a term of 30 years commencing in the year in which such Program is Implemented and with substantially level Annual Debt Service payments, or (B) as if the entire maximum principal amount of such Program authorized by a resolution or a Supplemental Subordinate Indenture were to be amortized over a term selected by the City pursuant to a Supplemental Subordinate Indenture commencing in the year in which the Program is Implemented (provided such term is not greater than 30 years) and with substantially level Annual Debt Service payments; and the interest rate used for such computation shall be that rate determined by a Consultant to be a reasonable market rate for fixed rate Subordinate Obligations of a corresponding term issued under this Indenture on the date of such calculation, with no credit enhancement and taking into consideration whether such Subordinate Obligations bear interest which is or is not excluded from gross income for federal income tax purposes. When calculating Aggregate Annual Debt Service for purposes of this subsection (c), Aggregate Annual Debt Service shall be reduced by the amount of principal and/or interest paid or to be paid with Capitalized Interest, Passenger Facility Charges Available for Debt Service and/or Pledged Passenger Facility Charges. 33 4834-8419-8338.4 Section 2.12. Repayment Obligations Afforded Status of Subordinate Obligations. If a Credit Provider or Liquidity Provider makes payment of principal of and interest on a Subordinate Obligation or advances funds to purchase or provide for the purchase of Subordinate Obligations and is entitled to reimbursement thereof, pursuant to a separate written agreement with the City, but is not reimbursed, the City’s Repayment Obligation, or portion thereof, under such written agreement may, if so provided in the written agreement, be afforded the status of a Subordinate Obligation issued under this Article II, and, if afforded such status, the Credit Provider or Liquidity Provider shall be the Holder and such Subordinate Obligation shall be deemed to have been issued at the time of the original Subordinate Obligation for which the Credit Facility or Liquidity Facility was provided and will not be subject to the provisions of Sections 2.09 through 2.11 hereof; provided, however, for purposes of Section 2.11(c)(vi) hereof, notwithstanding the stated terms of the Repayment Obligation, the payment terms of the Subordinate Obligation held by the Credit Provider or Liquidity Provider hereunder shall be as follows (unless otherwise provided in the written agreement with the City or a Supplemental Subordinate Indenture pursuant to which the Subordinate Obligations are issued): (a) interest shall be due and payable semiannually and (b) principal shall be due and payable not less frequently than annually and in such annual amounts as to amortize the principal amount thereof in (i) 30 years or, if shorter, (ii)(A) a term extending to the maturity date of the enhanced Subordinate Obligations or (B) if longer, the final maturity of the Repayment Obligation under the written agreement, and providing substantially level Annual Debt Service payments. The principal amortized as described in the prior sentence shall bear interest in accordance with the terms of the Repayment Obligation. The City may provide that any amount which comes due on the Repayment Obligation by its terms and which is in excess of the amount treated as principal of and interest on a Subordinate Obligation may be treated as a Subordinate Obligation of the City or payable from amounts on deposit in the Rolling Coverage Account. This provision shall not defeat or alter the rights of subrogation which any Credit Provider or Liquidity Provider may have under law or under the terms of any Supplemental Subordinate Indenture. The Trustee may conclusively rely on a written certification by the Credit Provider or Liquidity Provider of the amount of such non-reimbursement and that such Repayment Obligation is to be afforded the status of a Subordinate Obligation under this Indenture. Section 2.13. Obligations Under Qualified Swap. (a) The obligation of the City to make Regularly Scheduled Swap Payments under a Qualified Swap with respect to a Series of Subordinate Obligations may be on a parity with the obligation of the City to make payments with respect to such Series of Subordinate Obligations and other Subordinate Obligations under this Indenture, except as otherwise provided herein or in a Supplemental Subordinate Indenture. The City may provide in any Supplemental Subordinate Indenture that Regularly Scheduled Swap Payments under a Qualified Swap shall be secured by a pledge of or lien on Subordinate Revenues on a parity with the Subordinate Obligations of such Series and all other Subordinate Obligations, regardless of the principal amount, if any, of the Subordinate Obligations of such Series remaining Outstanding. The Trustee shall take all action consistent with the other provisions hereof as shall be requested in writing by the Qualified Swap Provider necessary to preserve and protect such pledge, lien and assignment and to enforce the obligations of the City with respect thereto. In the event the action requested to be taken pursuant to the preceding sentence shall require the Trustee either to exercise 34 4834-8419-8338.4 the remedies granted in this Indenture or to institute any action, suit or proceeding in its own name, the Qualified Swap Provider shall provide to the Trustee reasonable security and indemnity against the costs, expenses and liabilities to be incurred in connection therewith. (b) In the event that a Swap Termination Payment or any other amounts other than as described in clause (a) above are due and payable by the City under a Qualified Swap, such Swap Termination Payment and any such other amounts shall constitute a Subordinate Obligation hereunder. ARTICLE III REDEMPTION OF SUBORDINATE OBLIGATIONS Subordinate Obligations may be subject to redemption either in whole or in part and at such times, prices and in such order and under such terms as may be provided by the Supplemental Subordinate Indenture providing for the issuance of such Subordinate Obligations. The City may provide for the redemption of Subordinate Obligations from any funds available to the City and not obligated for other purposes. In connection with the partial early redemption of any Term Subordinate Obligations of a Series, the City may, in any Supplemental Subordinate Indenture, provide that the principal amount of Subordinate Obligations of such Series being redeemed shall be allocated against its scheduled sinking fund redemption and modify its scheduled sinking fund installments payable thereafter as to the Outstanding Term Subordinate Obligations of such Series in any manner the City may determine. The City may provide in any Supplemental Subordinate Indenture that, prior to notice of redemption for any Subordinate Obligations of a Series, moneys in the Debt Service Fund and any Debt Service Reserve Fund relating to such Series of Subordinate Obligations may be applied at the direction of the City to the purchase of Subordinate Obligations of such Series and, if any such purchased Subordinate Obligations are Term Subordinate Obligations, the City may allocate the principal amount of Subordinate Obligations of such Series being redeemed against its scheduled sinking fund redemption for such Subordinate Obligations and may modify its scheduled sinking fund installment payments thereafter payable with respect to Subordinate Obligations of such Series in any manner the City may determine. ARTICLE IV REVENUES; FUNDS AND ACCOUNTS Section 4.01. Subordinate Obligations Secured by a Pledge and Lien on Subordinate Revenues. Subordinate Obligations authorized and issued under the provisions of this Indenture shall be secured as provided in the Granting Clauses of this Indenture and the granting clause(s) set forth in any Supplemental Subordinate Indenture. The City hereby represents and states that it has not previously created any charge or lien on or any security interest in the Subordinate Revenues and the City covenants that, until all the Subordinate Obligations authorized and issued under the provisions of this Indenture and the interest thereon shall have been paid or are deemed to have been paid, it will not, except as otherwise provided under this Indenture, grant any prior 35 4834-8419-8338.4 or parity pledge of or any security interest in the Subordinate Revenues or any other security which is pledged pursuant to the Granting Clauses of this Indenture, or create or permit to be created any charge or lien thereon or any security interest therein ranking prior to or on a parity with the charge or lien of the Subordinate Obligations from time to time Outstanding under this Indenture. The City may, as provided in and as limited by Section 5.06 hereof, grant a lien on or security interest in the Revenues remaining after the deposits to the Funds, Accounts and Subaccounts set forth in Section 4.03(b)(i) through (v) hereof to secure Subordinate Obligations. Section 4.02. Perfection of Security Interest. (a) This Indenture creates a valid and binding pledge and assignment of and security interest in all of the Subordinate Revenues pledged under this Indenture in favor of the Trustee as security for payment of the Subordinate Obligations, enforceable by the Trustee in accordance with the terms thereof. (b) Under the laws of the State, such pledge and assignment and security interest is automatically perfected by Section 11-14-501, Utah Code Annotated 1953, as amended, on and as of the effective date of this Indenture, and is and shall have priority as against all parties having claims of any kind in tort, contract, or otherwise against the City with respect to the Subordinate Revenues. Section 4.03. Receipt, Deposit and Use of Revenues—Revenue Account. (a) The City hereby covenants and agrees to hold and maintain the Revenue Fund. The City hereby covenants and agrees to establish, hold and maintain an Account designated as the “Revenue Account” within the Revenue Fund. The City hereby further covenants and agrees that, as long as there are any Subordinate Obligations Outstanding, all Revenues, when and as received, shall be deposited by the City in the Revenue Account. (b) All Revenues in the Revenue Account shall be set aside for the payment of the following amounts or deposited or transferred to the following Funds, Accounts and Subaccounts in the following order of priority: (i) First - Operation and Maintenance Subaccount. On or prior to the third (3rd) Business Day of each month, the City shall deposit Revenues to the Operation and Maintenance Subaccount in an amount equal to one-twelfth (1/12th) of the estimated Operation and Maintenance Expenses of the Airport System for the then current Fiscal Year as set forth in the budget of the City for such Fiscal Year as finally approved by the City. In the event that the balance in the Operation and Maintenance Subaccount at any time is insufficient to make any required payments therefrom due and payable between the third (3rd) Business Day of the then current month and the second (2nd) Business Day of the immediately succeeding month, additional Revenues at least sufficient to make such payments shall immediately be deposited in the Operation and Maintenance Subaccount from the Revenue Account. (ii) Second – Senior Debt Service Funds. A sufficient amount of Revenues shall be transferred by the City, without priority and on an equal basis, 36 4834-8419-8338.4 except as to timing of payment, to the Senior Trustee for deposit to the Senior Debt Service Funds in the amounts, at the times and in the manner provided in Section 4.05 of the Master Senior Indenture to provide for the payment of principal and interest to become due on the outstanding Senior Bonds. (iii) Third – Senior Common Debt Service Reserve Fund and Senior Series Debt Service Reserve Funds. On or prior to the third (3rd) Business Day of each month, a sufficient amount of Revenues shall be transferred by the City, without priority and on an equal basis, to the Senior Trustee for deposit to the Senior Common Debt Service Reserve Fund at the times and in the amounts provided in Sections 4.06 of the Master Senior Indenture, and to any Senior Series Debt Service Reserve Fund at the times and in the amounts set forth in the Supplemental Senior Indenture pursuant to which such Senior Series Debt Service Reserve Fund is created. (iv) Fourth - Debt Service Fund. A sufficient amount of Revenues shall be transferred by the City, without priority and on an equal basis, except as to timing of payment, to the Trustee for deposit to the Debt Service Funds in the amounts, at the times and in the manner provided in Section 4.05 hereof to provide for the payment of principal and interest to become due on the Outstanding Subordinate Obligations. In addition to the deposit of Revenues to the Debt Service Funds, the City shall deposit any applicable Pledged Passenger Facility Charges and/or Passenger Facility Charges Available for Debt Service with the Trustee for deposit to the applicable Debt Service Fund(s) in accordance with the provisions of the applicable Supplemental Subordinate Indenture and/or the applicable certificate described in Section 4.15 hereof. (v) Fifth - Debt Service Reserve Funds. On or prior to the third (3rd) Business Day of each month, a sufficient amount of Revenues shall be transferred by the City, without priority and on an equal basis, to the Trustee for deposit to any Debt Service Reserve Fund at the times and in the amounts set forth in the Supplemental Subordinate Indenture pursuant to which such Debt Service Reserve Fund is created, provided, however, no Revenues shall be transferred by the City to the Trustee for deposit to any Debt Service Reserve Fund if amounts (including any Senior Debt Service Reserve Fund Surety Policy) in the Senior Common Debt Service Reserve Fund are not sufficient to meet the Senior Reserve Requirement or amounts (including any Senior Debt Service Reserve Fund Surety Policy) in any Senior Series Debt Service Reserve Fund are not sufficient to meet the applicable Senior Reserve Requirement for such Senior Series Debt Service Reserve Fund. (vi) Sixth - Operation and Maintenance Reserve Subaccount. On or prior to the third (3rd) Business Day of each month, sufficient Revenues shall be deposited to the Operation and Maintenance Reserve Subaccount to fund any deficiency in the Operation and Maintenance Reserve Subaccount in accordance with Section 4.07 hereof and Section 4.07 of the Master Senior Indenture. 37 4834-8419-8338.4 (vii) Seventh - Renewal and Replacement Subaccount. On or prior to the third (3rd) Business Day of each month, sufficient Revenues shall be deposited to the Renewal and Replacement Subaccount to fund any deficiency in the Renewal and Replacement Subaccount in accordance with Section 4.08 hereof and Section 4.08 of the Master Senior Indenture. (viii) Eighth - Rolling Coverage Account. On or prior to the third (3rd) Business Day of each month, at the discretion of the City, Revenues may be deposited to the Rolling Coverage Account in an amount determined by the City to fund the Rolling Coverage Account in accordance with Section 4.09 hereof and Section 4.09 of the Master Senior Indenture. (ix) Ninth - Surplus Fund. After all deposits and payments have been made as described in clauses (i) through (viii) above, the City, may from time to time, at its discretion, deposit all or a portion of the remaining Revenues in the Revenue Account to the Surplus Fund and apply such Revenues to the purposes set forth in Section 4.10 hereof and Section 4.10 of the Master Senior Indenture. (c) The City reserves the right to make modifications to the application of the funds as provided in subsections (b)(vi) through (b)(viii) above and to create additional funds and accounts to be inserted below subsection (b)(v) above. The City covenants that no such modifications will violate the provisions and order of payment set forth in subsections (b)(i) through (b)(v) above or the provisions of any other contracts or agreements of the City or any legal requirements otherwise applicable to the use of such moneys. Section 4.04. Operation and Maintenance Subaccount. The City shall create and maintain, within the Revenue Account, a special Subaccount to be designated as the “Operation and Maintenance Subaccount.” All amounts in the Operation and Maintenance Subaccount shall be used and applied by the City to pay Operation and Maintenance Expenses of the Airport System as the same may become due. Moneys in the Operation and Maintenance Subaccount do not constitute Subordinate Revenues and are not pledged to the payment of, nor shall they be applied to pay, the principal of and/or interest on the Subordinate Obligations. Amounts on deposit in the Operation and Maintenance Subaccount may be invested in Permitted Investments and earnings on such amounts shall be retained in the Operation and Maintenance Subaccount and used to pay Operation and Maintenance Expenses of the Airport System. Section 4.05. Debt Service Funds. At the time of issuance of each Series of Subordinate Obligations, the City shall create or shall cause to be created a Debt Service Fund for such Series, which Debt Service Fund shall be held and maintained by the Trustee or any agent of the Trustee, and amounts to be used to pay the principal and redemption price, if any, of and interest on such Series, as received by the Trustee or its agent, shall be deposited therein and used for such purpose. Accounts and Subaccounts shall be created in the various Debt Service Funds and shall be held and maintained by the Trustee or such agents as shall be provided in a Supplemental Subordinate Indenture. 38 4834-8419-8338.4 The moneys in the Debt Service Funds shall be held in trust and applied as provided in the Supplemental Subordinate Indenture with regard to each such Fund, and pending such application on the applicable Payment Date, such amounts shall be subject to a lien on and security interest in favor of the holders of the Subordinate Obligations issued and Outstanding under this Indenture. The Trustee shall, at least fifteen (15) Business Days prior to each Payment Date on any Subordinate Obligation, give the City notice by telephone, promptly confirmed in writing, of the amount, if any, (after taking into account any Capitalized Interest, Pledged Passenger Facility Charges, Passenger Facility Charges Available for Debt Service and other amounts on deposit in the Debt Service Fund) required to be deposited with the Trustee to make each required payment of principal and interest due on such Payment Date. With respect to any Series of Subordinate Obligations, the Supplemental Subordinate Indenture under which such Subordinate Obligations are issued may provide for different times and methods of notifying the City of Payment Dates and amounts to accommodate the specific provisions of such Series and, in such event, the terms of such Supplemental Subordinate Indenture shall control. Except as otherwise provided in a Supplemental Subordinate Indenture, so long as any Subordinate Obligations are Outstanding, not later than the third (3rd) Business Day of each month, the City shall pay to the Trustee (a) Revenues to be withdrawn from the Revenue Account, (b) Pledged Passenger Facility Charges, if any, and/or (c) Passenger Facility Charges Available for Debt Service, if any, in an aggregate amount equal to: (i) one-sixth (1/6) of the full amount required to pay the interest on each Series of Outstanding Subordinate Obligations, as it becomes due, so that at least the full amount of interest on each such Series of Outstanding Subordinate Obligations shall be set aside in the applicable Debt Service Fund by not later than the fifteenth (15th) day of the month prior to the date each installment of interest becomes due; (ii) one-twelfth (1/12) of the full amount required to pay, as it becomes due at maturity, the Principal Amount of each Series of Outstanding Subordinate Obligations, so that at least the full amount of the Principal Amount of each such Series of Outstanding Subordinate Obligations shall be set aside in the applicable Debt Service Fund by not later than the fifteenth (15th) day of the month prior to the date such Principal Amount becomes due; and (iii) one-twelfth (1/12) of the full amount required to pay, as it becomes due, the sinking fund installment payment, if any, due with respect each Series of Outstanding Term Subordinate Obligations, so that at least the full amount of the sinking fund installment payment of each such Series of Outstanding Term Subordinate Obligations shall be set aside in the applicable Debt Service Fund by not later than the fifteenth (15th) day of the month prior to the date such sinking fund installment payment becomes due. No such transfer need be made in respect of any Series of Outstanding Subordinate Obligations prior to the actual delivery of that Series of Outstanding Subordinate Obligations to the purchasers thereof; provided, however, that notwithstanding the previous paragraph, if the first interest payment date for a Series of Subordinate Obligations occurs less than six months after the issuance of such Series of Subordinate Obligations, the City shall pay to the Trustee (a) Revenues to be withdrawn from the Revenue Account, (b) Pledged Passenger Facility Charges, if any, and/or (c) Passenger Facility Charges Available for Debt Service, if any, for deposit in the Debt Service Fund established for that Series of Subordinate Obligations, equal monthly sums at least sufficient together with other transfers required to be made, commencing not later than the third (3rd) Business Day of the month immediately succeeding the issuance of such Series of Subordinate Obligations, so that interest due on such Series of Subordinate Obligations on the first interest 39 4834-8419-8338.4 payment date to occur after the issuance of such Series Subordinate Obligations shall be fully funded when the first installment of interest is due on such Series of Subordinate Obligations, and, if the first principal payment or sinking fund installment of such Series of Subordinate Obligations is due less than twelve months after the issuance of such Series of Subordinate Obligations, the City shall pay to the Trustee (a) Revenues to be withdrawn from the Revenue Account, (b) Pledged Passenger Facility Charges, if any, and/or (c) Passenger Facility Charges Available for Debt Service, if any, for deposit in the Debt Service Fund established for that Series of Subordinate Obligations, equal monthly sums at least sufficient together with other transfers required to be made, commencing not later than the third (3rd) Business Day of the month immediately succeeding the issuance of such Series of Subordinate Obligations, so that principal or sinking fund installments of such Series of Subordinate Obligations due on the first principal payment date to occur after the issuance of such Series of Subordinate Obligations shall be fully funded when the first principal payment or sinking fund installment is due on such Series of Subordinate Obligations. Notwithstanding any of the foregoing provisions of the previous two paragraphs, the City shall not be required to pay to the Trustee, for deposit to the Debt Service Fund(s) for each Series of Outstanding Subordinate Obligations (a) Revenues from the Revenue Account, (b) Pledged Passenger Facility Charges, if any, and/or (c) Passenger Facility Charges Available for Debt Service, if any, for the payment of principal or sinking fund installments or interest, respectively, if the amount already on deposit in such Debt Service Fund(s) and available for such purpose is sufficient to pay in full the amount of principal or sinking fund installment and/or interest, respectively, coming due on such Subordinate Obligations on the next succeeding Payment Date. On any day on which the Trustee receives funds from the City to be used to pay principal of or interest on Subordinate Obligations, the Trustee shall, if the amount received is fully sufficient to pay all amounts of principal and interest then due or becoming due on the next Payment Date, deposit such amounts into the respective Debt Service Funds for the Series of Subordinate Obligations for which such payments were made and any excess shall be applied to pay all amounts of principal and interest becoming due on any subsequent Payment Dates. If, on any Payment Date, the Trustee does not have sufficient amounts in the Debt Service Funds (without regard to any amounts which may be available from any Debt Service Reserve Fund) to pay in full all amounts of principal and/or interest due on such date, the Trustee shall allocate the total amount which is available to make payment on such day (without regard to any amounts in any Debt Service Reserve Fund) as follows: first to the payment of interest then due on the Subordinate Obligations and, if the amount available shall not be sufficient to pay in full all interest on the Subordinate Obligations then due, then pro rata among the Series according to the amount of interest then due, and second to the payment of principal then due on the Subordinate Obligations and, if the amount available shall not be sufficient to pay in full all principal on the Subordinate Obligations then due, then pro rata among the Series according to the Principal Amount then due on the Subordinate Obligations. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the City may, in the Supplemental Subordinate Indenture authorizing such Series of Subordinate Obligations, provide for different provisions and timing of deposits with the Trustee and different methods of paying principal of or interest on such Subordinate Obligations depending upon the terms of such Subordinate Obligations and may provide for payment through a Credit Facility with reimbursement to the Credit Provider from the 40 4834-8419-8338.4 respective Debt Service Fund created for the Series of Subordinate Obligations for which such Credit Facility is provided. The City may provide in any Supplemental Subordinate Indenture that, as to any Series of Subordinate Obligations Outstanding, any amounts required to be transferred to and paid into a Debt Service Fund may be prepaid, in whole or in part, by being earlier transferred to and paid into that Debt Service Fund, and in that event any subsequently scheduled monthly transfer, or any part thereof, which has been so prepaid need not be made at the time appointed therefor. On each Payment Date for any Outstanding Subordinate Obligations, the Trustee shall pay to the Owners of the Subordinate Obligations of a given Series from the appropriate Debt Service Fund or Debt Service Funds, an amount equal to the principal and/or interest becoming due on such Series of Subordinate Obligations. The payments made by the Trustee in this Section shall be made solely to the extent that moneys are on deposit in the appropriate Debt Service Fund. If Revenues, Pledged Passenger Facility Charges, if any, and/or Passenger Facility Charges Available for Debt Service, if any, are at any time insufficient to make the required deposits to the Debt Service Funds to make payments on the Subordinate Obligations, the City may, at its election, pay to the Trustee funds from any available sources with the direction that such funds be deposited into the Debt Service Funds or into a specified Account or Accounts or Subaccount or Subaccounts therein. Section 4.06. Debt Service Reserve Funds. The City may, at the time of issuance of any Series of Subordinate Obligations or at any time thereafter, provide by Supplemental Subordinate Indenture for the creation of a Debt Service Reserve Fund as additional security for such Series of Subordinate Obligations, and in its discretion reserving the right to allow a future Series of Subordinate Obligations to participate in such Debt Service Reserve Fund. The City shall, by such Supplemental Subordinate Indenture, provide for the size and manner of funding and replenishing of such Debt Service Reserve Fund and shall establish such other terms with respect to such Debt Service Reserve Fund as the City may deem to be appropriate, including providing a Debt Service Reserve Fund Surety Policy in lieu thereof. Section 4.07. Operation and Maintenance Reserve Subaccount. The City shall create, hold and maintain, within the Revenue Account, a special Subaccount to be designated as the “Operation and Maintenance Reserve Subaccount.” Upon adoption of the annual budget of the City for Operation and Maintenance Expenses of the Airport System, the City shall calculate the Operation and Maintenance Reserve Subaccount Requirement. To the extent amounts on deposit in the Operation and Maintenance Reserve Subaccount exceed the Operation and Maintenance Reserve Subaccount Requirement on the date of any such calculation, the City may transfer such excess to the Revenue Account. Except in the case of a Force Majeure Event, to the extent amounts on deposit in the Operation and Maintenance Reserve Subaccount on the date of any such calculation are less than the Operation and Maintenance Reserve Subaccount Requirement, the City shall deposit monthly in the Operation and Maintenance Reserve Subaccount an amount equal to one-twelfth (1/12th) of the difference between the amount on deposit in the Operation and Maintenance Reserve Subaccount and the Operation and Maintenance Reserve Subaccount Requirement. The City shall deposit such additional amount monthly into the Operation and 41 4834-8419-8338.4 Maintenance Reserve Subaccount until the balance in the Subaccount is at least equal to the Operation and Maintenance Reserve Subaccount Requirement. In the event of any withdrawal from the Operation and Maintenance Reserve Subaccount, other than a withdrawal of excess deposits as permitted pursuant to the immediately preceding paragraph and except in the case of a Force Majeure Event, the City shall deposit monthly in the Operation and Maintenance Reserve Subaccount an amount equal to one-twelfth (1/12th) of the aggregate amount of such withdrawal until the balance in the Operation and Maintenance Reserve Subaccount is at least equal to the Operation and Maintenance Reserve Subaccount Requirement. All amounts in the Operation and Maintenance Reserve Subaccount shall be used and applied by the City (a) to pay Operation and Maintenance Expenses of the Airport System, (b) to make any required payments or deposits to pay or secure the payment of the principal of and/or interest on (i) first, the Senior Bonds and (ii) second, provided all payments or deposits to pay or secure the payment of the principal of and/or interest on the Senior Bonds for the then current Fiscal Year have been made, the Subordinate Obligations, and (c) to pay the costs of any additions, improvements, repairs, renewals or replacements to the Airport System, in each case only if and to the extent that moneys otherwise available to make such payments or deposits are insufficient. Section 4.08. Renewal and Replacement Subaccount. The City shall create, hold and maintain, within the Revenue Account, a special Subaccount to be designated as the “Renewal and Replacement Subaccount.” The City shall fund the Renewal and Replacement Subaccount in an amount equal to the Renewal and Replacement Subaccount Requirement. To the extent amounts on deposit in the Renewal and Replacement Subaccount on the date of any calculation are less than the Renewal and Replacement Subaccount Requirement, the City shall deposit monthly in the Renewal and Replacement Subaccount an amount equal to one-twelfth (1/12th) of the aggregate amount of any such deficiency until the balance in the Renewal and Replacement Subaccount is at least equal to the Renewal and Replacement Subaccount Requirement. All amounts in the Renewal and Replacement Subaccount shall be used and applied by the City (a) to pay the costs of any extraordinary repairs, renewals or replacements to the Airport System, and (b) to make any required payments or deposits to pay or secure the payment of the principal of and/or interest on (i) first, the Senior Bonds and (ii) second, provided all payments or deposits to pay or secure the payment of the principal of and/or interest on the Senior Bonds for the then current Fiscal Year have been made, the Subordinate Obligations, and in each case only if and to the extent that moneys otherwise available to make such payments or deposits are insufficient. Section 4.09. Rolling Coverage Account. The City may create, hold and maintain, within the Revenue Fund, a special Account to be designated as the “Rolling Coverage Account.” If such Account is created, the City may fund the Rolling Coverage Account in an amount to be determined by the City but not in excess of the limitations set forth in the definition of Rolling Coverage Amount. Moneys deposited in the Rolling Coverage Account shall be applied upon the direction of an Authorized City Representative to (a) pay Operation and Maintenance Expenses of the Airport System, (b) make any required payments or deposits to pay or secure the payment of the principal of and/or interest on (i) first, the Senior Bonds and (ii) second, provided all payments or deposits to pay or secure the payment of the principal of and/or interest on the Senior Bonds for 42 4834-8419-8338.4 the then current Fiscal Year have been made, the Subordinate Obligations, and (c) pay the cost of any additions, improvements, repairs, renewals or replacements to the Airport System, in each case only if and to the extent that moneys otherwise available to make such payments or deposits are insufficient therefor. Section 4.10. Surplus Fund. The City hereby covenants and agrees to, create, hold and maintain the Surplus Fund. Moneys deposited to the Surplus Fund shall be used for any lawful purpose of the Department of Airports, but only to the extent any such purposes relate to the Airport System. Section 4.11. Construction Funds. Proceeds of each Series of Subordinate Obligations which are to be used to pay the Costs of a Project shall be deposited into a Fund (each, respectively, a “Construction Fund”) to be created by the City for such Series of Subordinate Obligations and held and maintained either by the City or the Trustee or part by the City and part by the Trustee, all as provided by this Indenture or a Supplemental Subordinate Indenture. All moneys in each Construction Fund shall be held and disbursed as provided in the Supplemental Subordinate Indenture under which such Fund was created. Notwithstanding this provision, no Construction Fund shall be required for a given Series of Subordinate Obligations if all of the proceeds thereof (except those deposited into a Debt Service Reserve Fund or a Debt Service Fund) are spent at the time of issuance of such Series or are used to refund and/or defease Subordinate Obligations or otherwise the City determines that there is no need to create a Construction Fund for such Series. Section 4.12. Additional Funds, Accounts and Subaccounts. In addition to the Funds, Accounts and Subaccounts described in this Article, the City may, pursuant to a Supplemental Subordinate Indenture, create additional Funds, Accounts and Subaccounts for such purposes as the City deems appropriate, including separate Funds, Accounts and Subaccounts available only for specified Subordinate Obligations or Series of Subordinate Obligations. Specifically, the City agrees to create within the Revenue Fund, separate Funds, Accounts or Subaccounts for the deposit of Customer Facility Charges and Passenger Facility Charges. Section 4.13. Moneys Held in Trust for Matured Subordinate Obligations; Unclaimed Moneys. All moneys which shall have been withdrawn from a Debt Service Fund and set aside or deposited with a Paying Agent for the purpose of paying any of the Subordinate Obligations, either at the maturity thereof or upon call for redemption, or which are set aside by the Trustee for such purposes and for which Subordinate Obligations the maturity date or redemption date shall have occurred, shall be held in trust for the respective holders of such Subordinate Obligations. But any moneys which shall be so set aside or deposited and which shall remain unclaimed by the holders of such Subordinate Obligations for a period of one (1) year after the date on which such Subordinate Obligations shall have become due and payable (or such longer period as shall be required by State law) shall be paid to the City, and thereafter the holders of such Subordinate Obligations shall look only to the City for payment and the City shall be obligated to make such payment, but only to the extent of the amounts so received without any interest thereon, and neither the Trustee nor any Paying Agent shall have any responsibility with respect to any of such moneys. The City hereby recognizes that while any Subordinate Obligations are Outstanding in book-entry only form there should be no unclaimed moneys. 43 4834-8419-8338.4 Section 4.14. Additional Security. The pledge of Subordinate Revenues and the other security provided in the Granting Clauses hereof, secures all Subordinate Obligations issued under the terms of this Indenture on an equal and ratable basis, except as to the timing of such payments. The City may, however, in its discretion, provide additional security or credit enhancement for specified Subordinate Obligations or Series of Subordinate Obligations with no obligation to provide such additional security or credit enhancement to other Subordinate Obligations. Section 4.15. Passenger Facility Charges Available for Debt Service. The City may for any period elect to designate any available Passenger Facility Charges as “Passenger Facility Charges Available for Debt Service” by filing with the Trustee a certificate signed by an Authorized City Representative that includes (a) a representation by the City that such Passenger Facility Charges, when received by the City, may be validly designated as and included in “Passenger Facility Charges Available for Debt Service” under this Indenture and are legally available to pay the principal of, premium, if any, and interest on all or a portion of the Subordinate Obligations, (b) the amount of Passenger Facility Charges that are being designated as and included in “Passenger Facility Charges Available for Debt Service,” (c) the Debt Service Fund(s) such Passenger Facility Charges Available for Debt Service are to be deposited to, and (d) the time period during which such Passenger Facility Charges will be designated as and included in “Passenger Facility Charges Available for Debt Service.” After the filing of such certificate with the Trustee, the City shall cause the Passenger Facility Charges Available for Debt Service designated therein to be deposited to the applicable Debt Service Fund(s) and used to pay debt service on the applicable Series of Subordinate Obligations. Notwithstanding any other provision hereof, if such Passenger Facility Charges Available for Debt Service are subject to any prior pledge or lien or irrevocable commitment, the application thereof to the payment of debt service on the Subordinate Obligations shall be subordinate to the terms of such pledge or lien or irrevocable commitment and the certificate of the Authorized City Representative designating the Passenger Facility Charges Available for Debt Service shall indicate the amount of the obligation payable in such Fiscal Year from the Passenger Facility Charges Available for Debt Service pursuant to such pledge or lien or irrevocable commitment. ARTICLE V COVENANTS OF THE CITY Section 5.01. Payment of Principal and Interest. The City hereby covenants and agrees that it will duly and punctually pay or cause to be paid from the Subordinate Revenues and to the extent thereof the principal of, premium, if any, and interest on every Subordinate Obligation at the place and on the dates and in the manner herein, in the Supplemental Subordinate Indentures and in the Subordinate Obligations specified, according to the true intent and meaning thereof, and that it will faithfully do and perform all covenants and agreements herein and in the Subordinate Obligations contained, provided that the City’s obligation to make payment of the principal of, premium, if any, and interest on the Subordinate Obligations shall be limited to payment from the Subordinate Revenues, the funds and accounts pledged therefor in the Granting Clauses of this Indenture and any other source which the City may specifically provide for such purpose and no Holder shall have any right to enforce payment from any other funds of the City. 44 4834-8419-8338.4 Section 5.02. Performance of Covenants by City; Due Execution. The City hereby covenants that it will faithfully perform at all times any and all covenants and agreements contained in this Indenture, in any and every Subordinate Obligation executed, authenticated and delivered hereunder and in all of its proceedings pertaining hereto. The City hereby represents that it is duly authorized under the Constitution and laws of the State, the City Code and the Act to issue Subordinate Obligations and pledge and grant a security interest in the Subordinate Revenues and other security pledged thereto or in which a security interest is granted and that the City has not previously pledged Subordinate Revenues or other assets to secure other obligations. Section 5.03. Senior Lien Obligations Prohibited. The City hereby covenants and agrees that so long as any Subordinate Obligations are Outstanding under this Indenture, it will not issue any bonds or other obligations with a lien on or security interest in nor grant any lien or security interest in Subordinate Revenues which is senior to the Subordinate Obligations. Section 5.04. Rate Covenant. (a) The City hereby covenants and agrees that, while any of the Subordinate Obligations remain Outstanding (but subject to all existing contracts and legal obligations of the City as of the date of execution of this Indenture setting forth restrictions relating thereto), it shall establish, fix, prescribe and collect rates, tolls, fees, rentals and charges in connection with the Airport System and for services rendered in connection therewith, so that Revenues in each Fiscal Year will be at least equal to the following amounts: (i) Operation and Maintenance Expenses of the Airport System due and payable during such Fiscal Year; (ii) the principal of and interest on any outstanding Senior Bonds required to be funded by the City in such Fiscal Year as required by the Senior Indenture or any Supplemental Senior Indenture with respect to the outstanding Senior Bonds; (iii) the required deposits to the Senior Common Debt Service Reserve Fund or any Senior Series Debt Service Reserve Fund; (iv) the reimbursement owed to any Senior Credit Provider or Senior Liquidity Provider as required by a Supplemental Senior Indenture; (v) the Annual Debt Service on any Outstanding Subordinate Obligations required to be funded by the City in such Fiscal Year as required by this Indenture or any Supplemental Subordinate Indenture with respect to the Outstanding Subordinate Obligations; (vi) the required deposits to any Debt Service Reserve Fund which may be established by a Supplemental Subordinate Indenture; (vii) the reimbursement owed to any Credit Provider or Liquidity Provider as required by a Supplemental Subordinate Indenture; 45 4834-8419-8338.4 (viii) the interest on and principal of any indebtedness of the City with respect to the Department of Airports required to be funded during such Fiscal Year, other than for outstanding Senior Bonds and Outstanding Subordinate Obligations; and (ix) funding of any debt service reserve funds created in connection with any indebtedness of the City with respect to the Department of Airports, other than outstanding Senior Bonds and Outstanding Subordinate Obligations. (b) The City hereby further covenants and agrees that it shall establish, fix, prescribe and collect rates, tolls, fees, rentals and charges in connection with the Airport System and for services rendered in connection therewith, so that during each Fiscal Year the Subordinate Revenues, together with any Transfer, will be equal to at least 115% of Annual Debt Service on the Outstanding Subordinate Obligations for such Fiscal Year. For purposes of this subsection (b), the amount of any Transfer taken into account shall not exceed 15% of Annual Debt Service on the Outstanding Subordinate Obligations in such Fiscal Year. (c) When calculating the principal and interest due on the Senior Bonds for purposes of subsection (a)(ii) above, such principal and interest shall be reduced by the amount of principal and/or interest paid with Senior Capitalized Interest and Passenger Facility Charges. Additionally, when calculating Annual Debt Service on the Outstanding Subordinate Obligations for purposes of the rate covenants set forth in subsections (a) and (b) above, Annual Debt Service on the Outstanding Subordinate Obligations shall be reduced by the amount of principal and/or interest paid with Capitalized Interest, Passenger Facility Charges Available for Debt Service and/or Pledged Passenger Facility Charges. (d) The City hereby further covenants and agrees that if Revenues and Subordinate Revenues, together with any Transfer (only as applied in subsection (b) above) in any Fiscal Year are less than the amounts specified in subsections (a) and (b) above, the City will retain and direct a Consultant to make recommendations as to the revision of the City’s business operations and its schedule of rates, tolls, fees, rentals and charges for the use of the Airport System and for services rendered by the City in connection with the Airport System, and after receiving such recommendations or giving reasonable opportunity for such recommendations to be made, the City shall take all lawful measures to revise the schedule of rates, tolls, fees, rentals and charges as may be necessary to produce Revenues and Subordinate Revenues, together with any Transfer (only as applied in subsection (b) above) in the amounts specified in subsections (a) and (b) above in the next succeeding Fiscal Year. (e) In the event that Revenues or Subordinate Revenues for any Fiscal Year are less than the amounts specified in subsections (a) or (b) above, but the City has, prior to or during the next succeeding Fiscal Year, promptly taken all lawful measures to revise the schedule of rates, tolls, fees, rentals and charges as required by subsection (d) above, such deficiency in Revenues or Subordinate Revenues shall not constitute an Event of Default under the provisions of Section 8.01(d) hereof. Nevertheless, if after taking the measures required by subsection (d) above to revise the schedule of rates, tolls, fees, rentals and 46 4834-8419-8338.4 charges, Revenues or Subordinate Revenues in the next succeeding Fiscal Year (as evidenced by the audited financial statements of the City for such Fiscal Year) are less than the amounts specified in subsections (a) or (b) above, such deficiency in Revenues or Subordinate Revenues shall constitute an Event of Default under the provisions of Section 8.01(d) hereof. Section 5.05. No Inconsistent Contract Provisions. The City hereby covenants that no contract or contracts will be entered into or any action taken by the City which shall be inconsistent with the provisions of this Indenture. The City hereby further covenants that it will not take any action which, in the City’s judgment at the time of such action, will substantially impair or materially adversely affect the Subordinate Revenues, or will substantially impair or materially adversely affect in any manner the pledge of, lien on or security interest granted in the Subordinate Revenues herein or the rights of the holders of the Subordinate Obligations. The City shall be unconditionally and irrevocably obligated, so long as any of the Subordinate Obligations are Outstanding and unpaid, to take all lawful action necessary or required to pay from the Subordinate Revenues the principal of and interest on the Subordinate Obligations and to make the other payments provided for herein. Section 5.06. Junior and Subordinated Obligations. The City may, from time to time, incur indebtedness with a lien on Subordinate Revenues ranking junior and subordinate to the lien of the Subordinate Obligations. Such indebtedness shall be incurred at such times and upon such terms as the Department shall determine, provided that: (a) any resolution or indenture of the City authorizing the issuance of any subordinated obligations shall specifically state that such lien on or security interest granted in the Subordinate Revenues is junior and subordinate to the lien on and security interest in such Subordinate Revenues and other assets granted to secure the Subordinate Obligations; and (b) payment of principal of and interest on such subordinated obligations shall be permitted, provided that all deposits required to be made to the Trustee to be used to pay debt service on the Subordinate Obligations and to replenish any Debt Service Reserve Fund are then current in accordance with Section 4.05and 4.06 of this Indenture. Section 5.07. Special Facilities and Special Facility Obligations. (a) The City shall be permitted to designate new or existing Airport Facilities as Special Facilities as permitted in this Section 5.07. The City may, from time to time, and subject to the terms and conditions of this Section 5.07, (i) designate a separately identifiable existing facility or planned facility as a “Special Facility,” (ii) pursuant to an indenture other than the Senior Indenture or this Indenture and without a pledge of any Net Revenues or Subordinate Revenues (except on a basis subordinate to the Subordinate Obligations), incur debt primarily for the purpose of acquiring, constructing, renovating or improving or providing financing or refinancing to third parties to acquire, construct, renovate or improve, such facility, (iii) provide that certain of the contractual payments derived from or related to such Special Facility, together with other income and revenues available to the City from such Special Facility to the extent necessary to make the 47 4834-8419-8338.4 payments required by clause (i) of Subsection (c) below, be “Special Facilities Revenue” and not included as Revenues and unless on terms provided in any supplemental indenture, and (iv) provide that the debt so incurred shall be a “Special Facility Obligation” and the principal of and interest thereon shall be payable solely from the Special Facilities Revenue and the proceeds of such Special Facility Obligations set aside exclusively to pay debt service on such Special Facility Obligation (except the City may, in its sole discretion, determine to make Revenues or such other moneys not included in Revenues available (through a specific pledge or otherwise and subject to any covenants or other provisions of the Senior Indenture or this Indenture (including, but not limited to Sections 2.09 and 5.04 hereof) or such other resolution, indentures or agreements of the City). The City may from time to time refinance any such Special Facility Obligations with other Special Facility Obligations. Additionally, Special Facility Obligations may be secured by a pledge of Revenues remaining after the deposits to the Funds, Accounts and Subaccounts set forth in Section 4.03(b)(i) through (v) hereof. (b) Special Facility Obligations shall be payable as to principal, redemption premium, if any, and interest solely from (i) Special Facilities Revenue, which shall include contractual payments derived by the City under and pursuant to a contract (which may be in the form of a lease) relating to a Special Facility by and between the City and one or more additional persons, firms or corporations, either public or private, as shall undertake the operation of a Special Facility, (ii) proceeds of such Special Facility Obligations set aside exclusively to pay debt service on such Special Facility Obligations, if any, and (iii) such Revenues or other moneys not included in Revenues made available by the City as provided in clause (iv) of subsection (a) above, if any. (c) No Special Facility Obligations shall be issued by the City unless there shall have been filed with the Trustee a certificate of an Authorized City Representative stating that: (i) the estimated Special Facilities Revenue pledged to the payment of the Special Facility Obligations, the proceeds of such Special Facility Obligations set aside exclusively to pay debt service on such Special Facility Obligation, if any, and such Revenues or other moneys made available by the City pursuant to clause (iv) of subsection (a) above, if any, will be at least sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on such Special Facility Obligations as and when the same become due and payable, all costs of operating and maintaining such Special Facility not paid for by the operator thereof or by a party other than the City and all sinking fund installment, reserve or other payments required by the resolution authorizing the Special Facility Obligations as the same become due; and (ii) no Event of Default then exists under Article VIII hereof. (d) To the extent Special Facilities Revenue received by the City during any Fiscal Year shall exceed the amounts required to be paid pursuant to clause (i) of subsection (c) above for such Fiscal Year, such excess Special Facilities Revenue, to the extent not otherwise encumbered or restricted in connection with such Special Facilities Revenue financing, shall constitute Revenues. 48 4834-8419-8338.4 Section 5.08. Maintenance of Powers. The City hereby covenants that it will at all times use its best efforts to maintain the powers, functions, duties and obligations now reposed in it pursuant to the City Code, the Constitution of the State and all other laws and that it will not at any time voluntarily do, suffer or permit any act or thing the effect of which would be to delay either the payment of the indebtedness evidenced by any of the Subordinate Obligations or the performance or observance of any of the covenants herein contained. Section 5.09. Operation and Maintenance of Airport System. Subject to the transfer of any Airport Facilities pursuant to Section 5.12 hereof, the City hereby covenants that the Airport System shall at all times be operated and maintained in good working order and condition and that all lawful orders of any governmental agency or authority having jurisdiction in the premises shall be complied with (provided the City shall not be required to comply with any such orders so long as the validity or application thereof shall be contested in good faith), and that all licenses and permits necessary to construct or operate any part of the Airport System shall be obtained and maintained and that all necessary repairs, improvements and replacements of the Airport System shall be made, subject to sound business judgment. Subject to the transfer of any Airport Facilities pursuant to Section 5.12 hereof, the City shall, from time to time, duly pay and discharge, or cause to be paid and discharged, except to the extent the imposition or payment thereof is being contested in good faith by the City, all taxes (if any), assessments or other governmental charges lawfully imposed upon the Airport System or upon any part thereof, or upon the Revenues, Net Revenues or Subordinate Revenues, when the same shall become due, as well as any lawful claim for labor, materials or supplies or other charges which, if unpaid, might by law become a lien or charge upon the Revenues, Net Revenues or Subordinate Revenues or the Airport System or any part thereof constituting part of the Airport System. Section 5.10. Insurance; Application of Insurance Proceeds. (a) Subject, in each case, to the condition that insurance is obtainable at reasonable rates and upon reasonable terms and conditions: (i) the City shall procure and maintain or cause to be procured and maintained commercial insurance or provide Qualified Self Insurance with respect to the facilities constituting the Airport System and public liability insurance in the form of commercial insurance or Qualified Self Insurance and, in each case, in such amounts and against such risks as are, in the judgment of the City, prudent and reasonable taking into account, but not being controlled by, the amounts and types of insurance or self-insured programs provided by similar airports; and (ii) the City shall place on file with the Trustee, annually within 120 days after the close of each Fiscal Year a certificate of an Authorized City Representative containing a summary of all insurance policies and self-insured programs then in effect with respect to the Airport System and the operations of the City related to the Airport System. The Trustee may conclusively rely upon such certificate and shall not be responsible for the sufficiency or adequacy of any insurance required herein or obtained by the City. 49 4834-8419-8338.4 (b) “Qualified Self Insurance” shall mean insurance maintained through a program of self-insurance or insurance maintained with a fund, company or association in which the City may have a material interest and of which the City may have control, either singly or with others. Each plan of Qualified Self Insurance shall be established in accordance with law, shall provide that reserves be established or insurance acquired in amounts adequate to provide coverage which the City determines to be reasonable to protect against risks assumed under the Qualified Self Insurance plan, including any potential retained liability in the event of the termination of such plan of Qualified Self Insurance, and such self-insurance program shall be reviewed at least once every 12 months by a Consultant who shall deliver to the City a report on the adequacy of the reserves established thereunder. If the Consultant determines that such reserves are inadequate, they shall make a recommendation as to the amount of reserves that should be established and maintained, and the City shall comply with such recommendation unless it can establish to the satisfaction of and receive a certification from a Consultant that a lower amount is reasonable to provide adequate protection to the City. (c) If, as a result of any event, any part of the Airport System is destroyed or severely damaged, the City shall create within the Revenue Account a special Subaccount and shall credit the Net Proceeds received as a result of such event of damage or destruction to such Subaccount and such Net Proceeds shall, within a reasonable period of time taking into account any terms under which insurance proceeds are paid and any insurance restrictions upon the use or timing of the use of insurance proceeds, be used to: (i) repair or replace the Airport System, or portion thereof, which were damaged or destroyed, (ii) provide additional revenue-producing Airport Facilities, (iii) redeem Senior Bonds, and, if no Senior Bonds remain outstanding under the Senior Indenture, redeem Subordinate Obligations, or (iv) create an escrow fund pledged to pay specified Senior Bonds and thereby cause such Senior Bonds to be deemed to be paid as provided in Article VII of the Master Senior Indenture, and, if no Senior Bonds remain outstanding under the Senior Indenture, create an escrow fund pledged to pay specified Subordinate Obligations and thereby cause such Subordinate Obligations to be deemed to be paid as provided in Article VII hereof. Section 5.11. Accounts. The City hereby covenants that it will keep and provide accurate books and records of account showing all Revenues received and all expenditures of the City relating to the Airport System and that it will keep or cause to be kept accurate books and records of account showing all moneys, Revenues, accounts and funds (including the Revenue Account and all Funds, Accounts and Subaccounts provided for in this Indenture) which are or shall be in the control or custody of the City; and that all such books and records pertaining to the Airport System shall be open upon reasonable notice during business hours to the Trustee and to the Owners of not less than 10% of the Principal Amount of Subordinate Obligations then Outstanding, or their representatives duly authorized in writing. Section 5.12. Transfer of Airport Facility or Airport Facilities. The City shall not, except as permitted below, transfer, sell or otherwise dispose of an Airport Facility or Airport Facilities. For purposes of this Section 5.12, any transfer of an asset over which the City retains substantial control in accordance with the terms of such transfer, shall not, for so long as the City has such control, be deemed a disposition of an Airport Facility or Airport Facilities. 50 4834-8419-8338.4 The City may transfer, sell or otherwise dispose of Airport Facilities only if such transfer, sale or disposition complies with one or more of the following provisions: (a) the property being disposed of is inadequate, obsolete or worn out; or (b) the property proposed to be disposed of and all other Airport Facilities disposed of during the 12-month period ending on the day of such transfer (but excluding property disposed of under (a) above), will not, in the aggregate, constitute a Significant Portion, the proceeds are deposited into the Revenue Account to be used as described below and the City believes that such disposal will not prevent it from fulfilling its obligations under this Indenture; or (c) if the property being transferred, sold or disposed of does not constitute all of the Airport Facilities that comprise the Salt Lake City International Airport, the City receives fair market value for the property, the proceeds are deposited in the Revenue Account to be used as described below, and prior to the disposition of such property, there is delivered to the Trustee a certificate of a Consultant to the effect that notwithstanding such disposition, but taking into account the use of such proceeds in accordance with the expectations of the City as evidenced by a certificate of an Authorized City Representative, the Consultant estimates that the City will be in compliance with Section 5.04(a) and (b) hereof during each of the first five (5) Fiscal Years immediately following such disposition; or (d) if the property being transferred, sold or disposed of constitutes all of the Airport Facilities that comprise the Salt Lake City International Airport, the proceeds received by the City from such transfer, sale or disposition shall be sufficient (along with any other available moneys of the City) to cause (i) all Senior Bonds then outstanding to be deemed to be paid as provided in Article VII of the Master Senior Indenture and the proceeds (along with any other available moneys of the City) shall be deposited to an escrow fund pledged to the payment of all Senior Bonds then outstanding, and (ii) all Subordinate Obligations then Outstanding to be deemed to be paid as provided in Article VII hereof and the proceeds (along with any other available moneys of the City) shall be deposited to an escrow fund pledged to the payment of all Subordinate Obligations then Outstanding. Proceeds of the transfer, sale or disposition of assets under clauses (b) or (c) above shall be deposited into the Revenue Account and used, subject to any applicable provisions of the Code, within a reasonable period of time, not to exceed three (3) years, to (i) provide additional revenue- producing Airport Facilities, (iii) redeem Senior Bonds, and, if no Senior Bonds remain outstanding under the Senior Indenture, redeem Subordinate Obligations, or (iv) create an escrow fund pledged to pay specified Senior Bonds and thereby cause such Senior Bonds to be deemed to be paid as provided in Article VII of the Master Senior Indenture, and, if no Senior Bonds remain outstanding under the Senior Indenture, create an escrow fund pledged to pay specified Subordinate Obligations and thereby cause such Subordinate Obligations to be deemed to be paid as provided in Article VII hereof. 51 4834-8419-8338.4 Airport Facilities which were financed with the proceeds of obligations the interest on which is then excluded from gross income for federal income tax purposes shall not be disposed of, except under the terms of clause (a) above, unless the City has first received a written opinion of Bond Counsel to the effect that such disposition will not cause the interest on such obligations to become includable in gross income for federal income tax purposes. No such disposition shall be made which would cause the City to be in default of any other covenant contained in the Senior Indenture or this Indenture. Section 5.13. Eminent Domain. If a Significant Portion of any Airport Facility or Airport Facilities are taken by eminent domain proceedings or conveyance in lieu thereof, the City shall create within the Revenue Account a special Subaccount and credit the Net Proceeds received as a result of such taking or conveyance to such Subaccount and shall within a reasonable period of time, after the receipt of such amounts, use such proceeds, subject to any applicable provisions of the Code, to (a) replace the Airport Facility or Airport Facilities which were taken or conveyed, (b) provide an additional revenue-producing Airport Facility or Airport Facilities, (c) redeem Senior Bonds, and, if no Senior Bonds remain outstanding under the Senior Indenture, redeem Subordinate Obligations, or (d) create an escrow fund pledged to pay specified Senior Bonds and thereby cause such Senior Bonds to be deemed to be paid as provided in Article VII of the Master Senior Indenture, and, if no Senior Bonds remain outstanding under the Senior Indenture, create an escrow fund pledged to pay specified Subordinate Obligations and thereby cause such Subordinate Obligations to be deemed to be paid as provided in Article VII hereof. Section 5.14. Completion of Specified Project; Substitution of Specified Project. The City will, upon the issuance of a Series of Subordinate Obligations the proceeds of which are to be used for a Specified Project, proceed with due diligence to construct or acquire such Specified Project; provided, however, that the City may, if the conditions set forth in this Section 5.14 are met, substitute another Project therefor and shall proceed with due diligence to construct or acquire such substituted Project. The City may determine not to proceed with any of the Specified Projects or may determine to substitute another Project or Projects for a Specified Project if, as a condition to discontinuing the acquisition or construction of a Specified Project or to the substitution of another Project or Projects therefor, the City (a) first, delivers to the Trustee a certificate of a Consultant showing that after taking into account the discontinuation of such Specified Project or the substitution of another Project or Projects therefor, the provisions of Section 5.04(a) and (b) hereof will, nevertheless, be complied with by the City, and (b) second, if the original Project was financed with the proceeds of obligations the interest on which is then excluded from gross income for federal income tax purposes, causes there to be delivered an opinion of Bond Counsel to the effect that the substitution of one Project for another Project will not cause interest on the Series of Subordinate Obligations with respect to which the original Project was to be financed to be included in gross income of the recipients thereof for federal income tax purposes. If the City determines not to proceed with a Specified Project and fails to deliver the Consultant’s certificate and to undertake a substitute Project or Projects, then Subordinate Obligation proceeds which would have been used to acquire or construct such Specified Project shall be used, subject to an applicable provisions of the Code, to redeem Subordinate Obligations, or as otherwise provided in the Supplemental Subordinate Indenture pursuant to which they were issued. 52 4834-8419-8338.4 Section 5.15. Covenants of City Binding on City and Successors. All covenants, stipulations, obligations and agreements of the City contained in this Indenture shall be deemed to be covenants, stipulations, obligations and agreements of the City to the full extent authorized or permitted by law. If the powers or duties of the City shall hereafter be transferred by amendment of the City Code or a new City Code or any provision of the Constitution of the State or any other law of the State or in any other manner there shall be a successor to the City, and if such transfer shall relate to any matter or thing permitted or required to be done under this Indenture by the City, then the entity that shall succeed to such powers or duties of the City shall act and be obligated in the place and stead of the City as in this Indenture provided, and all such covenants, stipulations, obligations and agreements shall be binding upon the successor or successors thereof from time to time and upon any officer, board, body or commission to whom or to which any power or duty affecting such covenants, stipulations, obligations and agreement shall be transferred by or in accordance with law. Except as otherwise provided in this Indenture, all rights, powers and privileges conferred and duties and liabilities imposed upon the City by the provision of this Indenture shall be exercised or performed by the City or by such officers, board, body or commission as may be permitted by law to exercise such powers or to perform such duties. Section 5.16. Instruments of Further Assurance. The City covenants that it shall do, execute, acknowledge and deliver, or cause to be done, executed, acknowledged and delivered, such Supplemental Subordinate Indentures, and such further acts, instruments and transfers as the Trustee may reasonably request for the better assuring and confirming to the Trustee all and singular the rights and obligations of the City under and pursuant to this Indenture and the security intended to be conferred hereby to secure the Subordinate Obligations. Section 5.17. Indenture to Constitute a Contract. This Indenture, including all Supplemental Subordinate Indentures, is executed by the City for the benefit of the Holders and constitutes a contract with the Trustee for the benefit of the Holders. Section 5.18. Obligations Secured by Other Revenues. The City may, from time to time, incur indebtedness payable solely from certain revenues of the Airport System which do not constitute Revenues at such times and upon such terms and conditions as the City shall determine, provided that such indebtedness shall specifically include a provision that payment of such indebtedness is neither secured by nor payable from Revenues, Net Revenues or Subordinate Revenues. The City also may, from time to time, incur indebtedness payable from and secured by both Subordinate Revenues and certain revenues of the Airport System which do not constitute Revenues at such times and upon such terms and conditions as the City shall determine, provided that the conditions set forth in this Indenture for the issuance of indebtedness payable from and secured by Subordinate Revenues, including, without limitation, Sections 2.09 and 2.11 hereof are met. Section 5.19. Annual Reporting of Audited Financial Statements. Within 210 days after the close of each Fiscal Year, so long as any Subordinate Obligations are Outstanding, the City shall prepare audited financial statements including a statement of the income and expenses for such Fiscal Year and a balance sheet prepared as of the close of such Fiscal Year for the City with respect to the Airport System all accompanied by a certificate or opinion in writing of an 53 4834-8419-8338.4 independent certified public accountant of recognized standing, selected by the City, which opinion shall include a statement that said financial statements present fairly in all material respects the financial position of the City with respect to the Airport System and are prepared in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles. ARTICLE VI INVESTMENT OF MONEYS; PERMITTED INVESTMENTS Section 6.01. Investment of Moneys in Funds, Accounts and Subaccounts. Moneys held by the City and/or the Trustee in the Funds, Accounts and Subaccounts created herein and under any Supplemental Subordinate Indenture shall be invested and reinvested as directed by the City, in Permitted Investments subject to the restrictions set forth in this Indenture and any Supplemental Subordinate Indenture and subject to the investment restrictions imposed upon the City by the laws of the State and the City’s investment policy. The City shall direct such investments by written certificate (which certificate shall include a certification that such directions comply with the City’s investment policy and upon which the Trustee may conclusively rely) of an Authorized City Representative or by telephone instruction followed by prompt written confirmation by an Authorized City Representative. In the absence of any such instructions, the Trustee shall hold such moneys uninvested. Investments in any and all Funds, Accounts and Subaccounts established and held by the Trustee pursuant to this Indenture or any Supplemental Subordinate Indenture may be commingled for purposes of making, holding and disposing of investments, notwithstanding provisions herein for transfer to or holding in a particular Fund, Account or Subaccount amounts received or held by the Trustee hereunder or under a Supplemental Subordinate Indenture, provided that the Trustee shall at all times account for such investments strictly in accordance with the particular Fund, Account or Subaccount to which they are credited and otherwise as provided in this Indenture or a Supplemental Subordinate Indenture. The Trustee may act as principal or agent in the making or disposing of any investment. To the extent Permitted Investments are registerable, such investments shall be registered in the name of the Trustee. The Trustee may sell or present for redemption any securities so purchased whenever it shall be necessary to provide moneys to meet any required payment, transfer, withdrawal or disbursement from the Fund, Account or Subaccount to which such securities are credited, and the Trustee shall not be liable or responsible for any loss resulting from such investment. The Trustee shall have no investment discretion. The Trustee is hereby authorized, in making or disposing of any investment permitted by this Section, to deal with itself (in its individual capacity) or with any one or more of its affiliates, whether it or such affiliate is acting as an agent of the Trustee or for any third person or dealing as principal for its own account. The City acknowledges that to the extent regulations of the Comptroller of the Currency or other applicable regulatory entity grant the City the right to receive brokerage confirmations of security transactions as they occur, the City specifically waives receipt of such confirmations to the extent permitted by law. The City further understands that trade confirmations for securities transactions effected by the Trustee will be available upon request and at no additional cost and other trade confirmations may be obtained from the applicable broker. The Trustee shall furnish 54 4834-8419-8338.4 to the City periodic cash transaction statements which include detail for all investment transactions made by the Trustee hereunder or under any Supplemental Subordinate Indenture. Upon the City’s election, such statements shall be delivered via the Trustee’s online service and upon electing such service, paper statements will be provided only upon request. The Trustee shall not be liable for any loss resulting from following the written directions of the City or as a result of liquidating investments to provide funds for any required payment, transfer, withdrawal or disbursement from any Fund, Account or Subaccount in which such Permitted Investment is held. In the absence of direction from the City, the Trustee may buy or sell any Permitted Investment through its own (or any of its affiliates) investment department in compliance with federal tax law pertaining to arbitrage. Section 6.02. Definition of Permitted Investments and Other Related Definitions. (a) “Permitted Investments” shall mean any of the following, but only to the extent permitted by the laws of the State and the City’s investment policy: (i) any investment authorized from time to time by the provisions of the State Money Management Act, including, without limitation, the Treasurer’s Investment Fund; (ii) United States Obligations; (iii) Obligations, debentures, notes or other evidences of indebtedness issued or guaranteed by any of the following instrumentalities or agencies of the United States of America: Federal Home Loan Bank System; Government National Mortgage Association; Federal National Mortgage Association; Federal Farm Credit Bureau; Farmers Home Administration; Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation; and Federal Housing Administration; (iv) Direct and general long-term obligations of any state, which obligations are rated at all times in one of the two highest Rating Categories by one or more of the Rating Agencies; (v) Direct and general short-term obligations of any state which obligations are rated at all times in the highest Rating Category by one or more of the Rating Agencies; (vi) Interest-bearing demand or time deposits (including certificates of deposit) or interests in money market portfolios issued by state banks or trust companies or national banking associations that are members of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (“FDIC”) or by savings and loan associations that are members of the FDIC, which deposits or interests must either be (A) continuously and fully insured by FDIC and with banks that are rated at all times at least in the highest short-term Rating Category by one or more of the Rating Agencies or is rated at all times in one of the two highest long-term Rating Categories by one or 55 4834-8419-8338.4 more of the Rating Agencies; or (B) fully secured by obligations described in clause (ii) or (iii) of this definition of Permitted Investments (1) which are valued not less frequently than monthly and have a fair market value, exclusive of accrued interest, at all times at least equal to the principal amount of the investment, (2) held by the Trustee (who shall not be the provider of the collateral) or by any Federal Reserve Bank or a depository acceptable to the Trustee, (3) subject to a perfected first lien in favor of the Trustee, and (4) free and clear from all third-party liens; (vii) Long-term or medium-term corporate debt guaranteed by any corporation that is rated at all times in one of the two highest Rating Categories by one or more of the Rating Agencies; (viii) Repurchase agreements which are (A) entered into with banks or trust companies organized under state law, national banking associations, insurance companies or government bond dealers reporting to, trading with, and recognized as a primary dealer by, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and which either are members of the Security Investors Protection Corporation or with a dealer or parent holding company that has at all times an investment grade rating from one or more of the Rating Agencies and (B) fully secured by obligations specified in clauses (ii) or (iii) of this definition of Permitted Investments (1) which are valued not less frequently than monthly and have a fair market value, exclusive of accrued interest, at least equal to the amount invested in the repurchase agreements, (2) held by the Trustee (who shall not be the provider of the collateral) or by any Federal Reserve Bank or a depository acceptable to the Trustee, (3) subject to a perfected first lien in favor of the Trustee and (4) free and clear from all third-party liens; (ix) Prime commercial paper of a United States corporation, finance company or banking institution rated at all times in the highest short-term Rating Category of one or more of the Rating Agencies; (x) Shares of a diversified open-end management investment company (as defined in the Investment Company Act of 1940, as amended) or shares in a regulated investment company (as defined in Section 851(a) of the Code) that is (A) a money market fund that is rated at all times in one of the two highest Rating Categories by one or more of the Rating Agencies or (B) a money market fund or account of the Trustee or its affiliates or any state or federal bank that is rated at all times at least in the highest short-term Rating Category by one or more of the Rating Agencies or is rated at all times in one of the two highest long-term Rating Categories by one or more of the Rating Agencies, or whose own bank holding company parent is rated at all times at least in the highest short-term Rating Category by one or more of the Rating Agencies or is rated at all times in one of the two highest long-term Rating Categories by one or more of the Rating Agencies, or that has a combined capital and surplus of not less than $50,000,000 (all investments included in this clause (x) may include funds which the Trustee or its affiliates provide investment advisory or other management services); 56 4834-8419-8338.4 (xi) Interest bearing notes issued by a banking institution having a combined capital and surplus of at least $500,000,000 and whose senior debt is rated at all times in the highest Rating Category by one or more of the Rating Agencies; (xii) Public housing bonds issued by public agencies which are either unconditionally guaranteed as to principal and interest by the United States of America, or rated at all times in the highest Rating Category by one or more of the Rating Agencies; (xiii) Obligations issued or guaranteed by the Private Export Funding Corporation, the Resolution Funding Corporation and any other instrumentality or agency of the United States of America; and (xiv) Investment Agreements. (b) “Investment Agreement” shall mean an investment agreement or guaranteed investment contract (i) with or guaranteed by a national or state chartered bank or savings and loan, an insurance company or other financial institution whose unsecured debt is rated in the highest short-term rating category (if the term of the Investment Agreement is less than three years) or in either of the two highest long-term Rating Categories (if the term of the Investment Agreement is three years or longer) by one or more of the Rating Agencies, or (ii) which investment agreement or guaranteed investment contract is fully secured by obligations described in clause (ii) or (iii) of the definition of Permitted Investments which are (A) valued not less frequently than monthly and have a fair market value, exclusive of accrued interest, at all times at least equal to 103% of the principal amount of the investment, together with the interest accrued and unpaid thereon, (B) held by the Trustee (who shall not be the provider of the collateral) or by any Federal Reserve Bank or a depository acceptable to the Trustee, (C) subject to a perfected first lien on behalf of the Trustee, and (D) free and clear from all third-party liens. (c) “United States Obligations” shall mean direct and general obligations of the United States of America, or obligations that are unconditionally guaranteed as to principal and interest by the United States of America, including, with respect only to direct and general obligations and not to guaranteed obligations, evidences of ownership of proportionate interests in future interest and/or principal payments of such obligations, provided that investments in such proportionate interests must be limited to circumstances wherein: (i) a bank or trust company acts as custodian and holds the underlying United States Obligations; (ii) the owner of the investment is the real party in interest and has the right to proceed directly and individually against the obligor of the underlying United States Obligations; and (iii) the underlying United States Obligations are held in a special account separate from the custodian’s general assets and are not available to satisfy any claim of the custodian, any person claiming through the custodian or any person to whom the custodian may be obligated. “United States Obligations” shall include any stripped interest or principal portion of United States Treasury securities and any stripped interest portion of Resolution Funding Corporation securities. 57 4834-8419-8338.4 ARTICLE VII DEFEASANCE Subordinate Obligations or portions thereof (such portions to be in integral multiples of the authorized denominations set forth in the applicable Supplemental Subordinate Indenture) which have been paid in full or which are deemed to have been paid in full shall no longer be secured by or entitled to the benefits of this Indenture except for the purposes of payment from moneys and/or Government Obligations held by the Trustee or a Paying Agent for such purpose. When all Subordinate Obligations which have been issued under this Indenture have been paid in full or are deemed to have been paid in full, and all other sums payable hereunder by the City, including all necessary and proper fees, compensation and expenses of the Trustee, the Registrar and the Paying Agent, have been paid or are duly provided for, then the right, title and interest of the Trustee in and to the pledge of Subordinate Revenues and the other assets pledged to secure the Subordinate Obligations hereunder shall thereupon cease, terminate and become void, and thereupon the Trustee shall cancel, discharge and release this Indenture, shall execute, acknowledge and deliver to the City such instruments as shall be required to evidence such cancellation, discharge and release and shall assign and deliver to the City any property and revenues at the time subject to this Indenture which may then be in the Trustee’s possession, except funds or securities in which such funds are invested and are held by the Trustee or the Paying Agent for the payment of the principal of, premium, if any, and interest on the Subordinate Obligations. A Subordinate Obligation shall be deemed to be paid within the meaning of this Article VII and for all purposes of this Indenture when payment of the principal, interest and premium, if any, either (a) shall have been made or caused to be made in accordance with the terms of the Subordinate Obligations and this Indenture or (b) shall have been provided for, as certified to the Trustee by a nationally recognized accounting firm, by irrevocably depositing with the Trustee in trust and setting aside exclusively for such payment, (i) moneys sufficient to make such payment and/or (ii) noncallable Government Obligations maturing as to principal and interest in such amounts and at such times as will insure the availability of sufficient moneys to make such payment. At such times as Subordinate Obligations shall be deemed to be paid hereunder, such Subordinate Obligations shall no longer be secured by or entitled to the benefits of this Indenture, except for the purposes of payment from such moneys and/or Government Obligations. Notwithstanding the foregoing paragraph, no deposit under clause (b) of the immediately preceding paragraph shall be deemed a payment of such Subordinate Obligations until (x) proper notice of redemption of such Subordinate Obligations shall have been given in accordance with the terms of the Supplemental Subordinate Indenture under which such Subordinate Obligations were issued or, in the event, under the terms of such Supplemental Subordinate Indenture, the date for giving such notice of redemption has not yet arrived, until the City shall have given the Trustee irrevocable instructions to give such notice of redemption when appropriate and to notify all holders of the affected Subordinate Obligations that the deposit required by (b) above has been made with the Trustee and that such Subordinate Obligations are deemed to have been paid in accordance with this Article VII and stating the maturity or redemption date upon which moneys are to be available for the payment of the principal, interest and premium, if any, on such Subordinate Obligations; or (y) the maturity of such Subordinate Obligations. 58 4834-8419-8338.4 In connection with the redemption or defeasance, or partial redemption or defeasance of Subordinate Obligations, the City may permit, or cause to be assigned to Subordinate Obligations of a single maturity, multiple CUSIP numbers. ARTICLE VIII DEFAULTS AND REMEDIES Section 8.01. Events of Default. Each of the following events shall constitute and is referred to in this Indenture as an “Event of Default”: (a) a failure to pay the principal of or premium, if any, on any of the Subordinate Obligations when the same shall become due and payable at maturity or upon redemption; (b) a failure to pay any installment of interest on any of the Subordinate Obligations when such interest shall become due and payable; (c) a failure to pay the purchase price of any Subordinate Obligation when such purchase price shall be due and payable upon an optional or mandatory tender date as provided in a Supplemental Subordinate Indenture; (d) a failure by the City to observe and perform any covenant, condition, agreement or provision (other than as specified in clauses (a), (b) and (c) of this Section 8.01) that are to be observed or performed by the City and which are contained in this Indenture or a Supplemental Subordinate Indenture, which failure, except for a violation under Section 5.04 hereof which shall be controlled by the provisions set forth therein, shall continue for a period of sixty (60) days after written notice, specifying such failure and requesting that it be remedied, shall have been given to the City by the Trustee, which notice may be given at the discretion of the Trustee and shall be given at the written request of holders of 25% or more of the Principal Amount of the Subordinate Obligations then Outstanding, unless the Trustee, or the Trustee and the holders of Subordinate Obligations in a Principal Amount not less than the Principal Amount of Subordinate Obligations the holders of which requested such notice, shall agree in writing to an extension of such period prior to its expiration; provided, however, that the Trustee or the Trustee and the holders of such principal amount of Subordinate Obligations shall be deemed to have agreed to an extension of such period if corrective action is initiated by the City within suc