In 2014, with the West Side Master Plan (WSMP) nearing completion, Salt Lake City’s Department of Community and Economic Development submitted a proposal for NEA: Our Town funding to use community art as a tool for civic engagement in the implementation of this new master plan in a very unique SLC neighborhood.
The project area is focused on the unique Glendale and Poplar Grove neighborhoods of 84104. Within this zip code, we received funding to design and construct public artworks at key opportunity zones that are currently being generated
through community arts processes and site activation strategies.
These three sites are all Salt Lake City Property managed by Salt Lake City Parks and Public Lands.
- The 9-Line BMX Pump Track (@ 900 South)
- Jordan Park & the Oxbow @ 9th South
- California Ave. & 9th West Node ( Sorenson Campus and Three Creeks Confluence Open Space)