- January 23, 2018
- January 25, 2018
- February 1, 2018
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The Planning Commission will hold a meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 23 beginning at 5:00 pm with at work meeting. The agenda is now available.
The City Council and Redevelopment Agency Board will hold a joint work meeting on Thursday, January 25 at 5:30 pm. The agenda is now available.
This meeting will take place at the St. Vincent de Paul Campus, Bldg C – 1375 E Spring Lane.
PLEASE NOTE: As is the City’s standard practice for work meetings, there will be NO public comment period at this meeting. This work meeting is an opportunity for the Council to receive the Planning Commission’s recommendation on the proposed amendment to the plan for the Cottonwood Mall. In addition, the developer will present a summary of their proposal. Finally, Consultants hired by the City to study different aspects of the plan will present the result of their analysis.
Residents will have an opportunity to comment at the public hearing on Feb. 1. In the meantime, please check the city website regularly as we will be posting reports and updates as they become available. Past documents and information is also posted –
http://cityofholladay.com/community/cottonwood-redevelopment/ (check the Mall logo under Current Topics). Thank you for your continued interest in this project and process.
From November 14 to December 18, 2017, the City of Holladay, with the assistance of Y2Analytics, conducted a citywide survey of residents. The purpose of the survey was to gather input about important issues facing the City of Holladay. Participation in the survey was offered to residents at random by invitation only based on a sampling of Holladay registered voters. In total, 1,910 residents completed the survey, an impressive response rate of approximately 14% of the total 13,291 delivered invitations.
The 2017 Holladay citywide survey will serve not only as a current ‘report card’ on municipal issues, but will also be a benchmark for judging the results of future opinion surveys and helping the City assess its progress on a variety of issues. It will also help the City Council as it makes future decisions on the allocation of resources into public priority areas.