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Tuesday, 25 August 2015 15:38

We Can Help You Improve Your Business

Community Based Economic Development

Commercial and economic development is vital to providing services for residents. NeighborWorks® Salt Lake is working diligently with local businesses to overcome the lack of retail services and low tax-base that traditionally contribute to blight of neighborhoods. 



How can we help your business today?

North Temple Façade Improvement Grant

A program to renovate the storefronts of Buildings facing North Temple. A matching grant, where the business invests 50% and NWSL matches the other 50% of façade improvements up to $5,000. For a list of allowed renovations and application please click here.


Check out some of our past projects!

Tuesday, 25 August 2015 15:25

Jordan Meadows Community


  • E-Jordan River
  • W-City Limits
  • S-North Temple
  • N-700 North

Community Council Schedule:

Second Wednesday, 6:30 P.M.
Day Riverside
1575 West 1000 North

Please note: There will be no meetings in December

Agenda items due fourth Monday of the month

Community Council Chair:

Cal Noyce 

Tuesday, 25 August 2015 15:24

Fairpark Community


  • East-500 West (South Temple - 600 North)
  • West-Jordan River and including VIP residential community west of river to 1460 West
  • South-North Temple; South Temple (Interstate15 - 600 West)
  • North-600 North curving to 700 North

Community Council Meeting Schedule:

Fourth Thursday - Northwest Multipurpose Center 1300 West 300 North 6:30 p.m. (No meeting in November, December or July)Agenda items due 16 days before the fourth Thursday of the month

Community Council Chair:

Bryce Garner 

Tuesday, 25 August 2015 15:24

Ball Park Community


  • East-State Street
  • West-Interstate 15
  • South-2100 South
  • North- 700 South

Community Council Meeting Schedule:

1st ThursdayHorizonte School1234 South Main7:00 p.m.
Agenda items due second Wednesday of the month

Comunity Council Chair:

Elke Phillips
839 S. Washington St.
Salt Lake city, Utah, 84101

Tuesday, 25 August 2015 15:22

Westpointe Community


  • East-Redwood Road
  • West-City limits
  • South-700 North
  • North-City Limits

Community Council Schedule:

Third Wednesday of every month at the Riverside Library 1575 West 1000 North

6:30 p.m. Agenda items due 15 days before the third Wednesday of the month.

Council Chair:

Erin Youngberg
1910 Bridge Crest Circle
Salt Lake City, Utah 84116
801-355-0433 (h)
801-815-0130 (c)



The mission of Westpointe Community Council is to improve the quality of life within the neighborhoods through resident participation and communication.

The objectives of the Council are to:

1. Provide a forum to discuss issues, share information, make recommendations on issues of mutual concern and matters affecting our neighborhoods.

2. Establish working groups/committees to facilitate issue resolution.

3. Promote activities that enhance and enrich the community.

4. Provide and expand communication links with governmental, civic, and community organizations. Interface with government and community leaders in furthering the goals of WPCC and Salt Lake City.

Click here to "Like" Westpointe's Facebook page!

Tuesday, 25 August 2015 15:22

Poplar Grove Community


  • East — Interstate 15
  • West — 5600 West [Salt Lake City limits]
  • South — 950 South (actually, the railroad line or 9-line trail)
  • North — North Temple

Community Council Schedule:

4th Wednesday of each month, at 7:00pm, at the Pioneer Police Precinct located on 700 South 1040 West.

(No Meetings in June, July, November and December)

Community Council Chair:

Marti Woolford

Click here to Like Poplar Grove Community Council on Facebook!

Tuesday, 25 August 2015 15:21

Rose Park Community


  • East-Interstate 15
  • West-Redwood Road
  • South-600 North
  • North-City Limits

Community Council Schedule:

First Wednesday of the month -Riverside Library 1575 West 1000 North6:30 p.m.(No meeting in July and August)

Community Council Chair:



The neighborhood is one of the most religiously and ethnically diverse areas of Utah From the rich stories of elderly German couples who escaped Nazi Germany, to the festive Latin celebrations, the neighborhood is steeped in culture. The most recent data shows residents in the neighborhood are 53% Caucasian/European 37% Hispanic 4% African American and 2% Polynesian and 4% other/unspecified. This information supports a trend seen in the real estate industry of young professionals of primarily European descent purchasing homes in the area. The same trend was observed in nearby Sugarhouse in the late 1990s as individuals not willing to commute for long hours sought out affordable housing near the Salt Lake's city center.

Walkable Neighborhood

Rose Park benefits from an active community council. The Rose Park Community Council is made up of an elected body of volunteers who serve the interests of Rose Park and the community. The purpose of this council is to provide community input and information to various city departments. Community councils are encouraged to make recommendations to the city on all matters affecting the city or each organization's particular community or neighborhood. The council holds a monthly meeting, to which the public is encouraged to attend, the first Wednesday of each month, at 6:30pm, in the Day Riverside Library (located at 1105 W. 1000 North).

Click here to join their Facebook group!

Tuesday, 25 August 2015 15:19

Glendale Community


  • East — Interstate 15
  • West — 5600 West [Salt Lake City limits][citation needed]
  • South — State Route 201North — 950
  • South (actually, the railroad line or 9-line trail)

Community Council Schedule:

Third Wednesday of the month at Glendale Library, 1375 S. Concord St. (1240 W)  at 7:00 p.m. (No meeting in August & December)

Community Council Chair:

Sean Crossland
(385) 202-6445 

Click here for Glendale's Facebook!

Friday, 21 August 2015 12:48

Our Partners

Collaborating to ‘Make it Happen’ It takes a web of interlocking partners to develop and sustain healthy, vibrant communities. None of us can do it alone. That’s why one of our core competencies is forging creative collaborations that match our assets with the strengths of others to maximize the benefits for the families we all serve.

Financial Institutions

  • Ally Bank
  • American Express
  • Bank of American Fork
  • Celtic Bank
  • CIT Bank
  • Comenity Bank
  • EnerBank
  • First Electronic Bank
  • First Utah Bank
  • GE Capital Bank
  • Goldman Sachs
  • JP Morgan Chase Bank
  • Key Bank
  • Medallion Bank
  • Morgan Stanley
  • Mountain America
  • Pitney Bowes Bank
  • Sallie Mae
  • Utah Association of Financial Institutions
  • US Bank
  • Washington Federal
  • Web Bank
  • Wells Fargo Bank
  • Zions Bank


  • Bridge Investment Group
  • Chief Architect
  • Furst Construction
  • Pacific Corp
  • Sorensen Foundation
  • Tesoro Foundation
  • Wells Fargo Foundation


  • Juvenile Justice System
  • NeighborWorks America
  • Salt Lake City CDBG/HOME
  • Salt Lake County CDBG/HOME
  • Salt Lake County Gang Intervention and Substance Abuse Prevention
  • Salt Lake City RDA
  • HUD

Private Donors

  • Love UT Give UT donors
  • Annual Meeting donors
Friday, 21 August 2015 12:33

What We Do

NeighborWorks® Salt Lake, a private non-profit 501(c)(3), opened its doors in 1977 with the mission of revitalizing neighborhoods and creating affordable housing by providing dynamic and creative leadership through partnerships with residents, youth, businesses, and government entities.

The NeighborWorks® Salt Lake vision statement of “Rebuilding Neighborhoods…One Block at a Time” has been visibly and successfully demonstrated in its target neighborhoods, including a large geographic area on Salt Lake City’s west side running from 1000 North to 1700 South, and from 300 West to Redwood Road. These boundaries include all or a portion of the Fairpark, Guadalupe, Rose Park, Glendale, Poplar Grove, and West Capital Hill neighborhoods.

In addition to our Salt Lake City Area, Murray City has taken an important step in addressing housing needs identified in the Housing Market Analysis adopted by the City Council in the spring of 2009 by partnering with NeighborWorks® Salt Lake. NeighborWorks® Salt Lake has established a Murray office to work in collaboration with the City and Redevelopment Agency of Murray to provide additional housing services to the residents of Murray and to facilitate neighborhood revitalization in its Murray target neighborhoods.

NeighborWorks® Salt Lake has a proven track record of visible positive results in its target neighborhoods. We hope you will consider NeighborWorks® Salt Lake as a housing and neighborhood resource, and contact us with questions or additional information on our programs.