Salt Lake Neighborhood Housing Services (NHS), doing business as NeighborWorks® Salt Lake (NWSL), builds on the strengths of neighborhoods, creating opportunities through housing, resident leadership, and youth and economic development. We work in partnership with residents, government, and businesses to build and sustain neighborhoods of choice.
We work in partnership with our residents, government, and business to build and sustain neighborhoods of choice.
Diversity: we accept and appreciate our differences for they add color, richness, and new perspectives.
Competence: We carry out our mission with skill in a responsible, effective manner
Preservation: we are dedicated to maintaining and improving the integrity and quality of our neighborhoods.
Resident Driven: We acknowledge the vital role of residents in determining the future of neighborhoods.
Youth Participation: We involve youth in all aspects of neighborhood revitalization; their inclusion is essential
Responsibility: we carry out our duties with skill, professionalism, and integrity.
Partnerships: we foster and promote an alliance with others to leverage resources and increase our effectiveness
Promote Personal Growth: We value education and encourage mental, physical, and spiritual growth.
Productivity through Synergy: We will work as a team with an eye toward common goals and thereby increase our effectiveness
Respect: we demonstrate appreciation and regard for those we strive to serve
Enthusiasm: We enjoy what we do and recognize the importance of solving problems with a positive attitude.
Rebuilding Neighborhoods Since 1974: Our History
Salt Lake Neighborhood Housing Services was incorporated in 1977 in response to neighborhoods becoming blighted due to the process of bank red lining. Residents, lending institutions, and Salt Lake City government came together to raise funds to establish the first community development corporation in Salt Lake City to focus on neighborhood revitalization. During this same time at the national level, urban renewal resulted in the creation of Neighborhood Reinvestment in 1978. In 2007, as part of a national branding initiative, dozens of network organizations started using the NeighborWorks name. Sale Lake Neighborhood Housing Services, Inc. was approved and licensed to start doing business in 2008 as NeighborWorks Salt Lake. Permission by Salt Lake Neighborhood Housing Services founding board members was secured prior to the doing business as NeighborWorks. The founding board was supportive with the name change recognizing the organization was doing more than just housing.
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.
NeighborWorks® Salt Lake
Salt Lake Office
622 West 500 North
Salt Lake City, UT 84116
NeighborWorks® Salt Lake
4843 S Poplar Street
Murray, UT 84107