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Election Results

See the election results from the Nov 5t, 2019 election.

SLCo Library is a Top Workplace

The Salt Lake Tribune has declared the library as a top workplace for the 6th year in a row.

2019 Watershed Symposium

Free and open to all, the Salt Lake County Watershed Symposium encourages a comprehensive review of the current state of our watershed and water quality issues affecting us all. This year’s program is filled with unique learning opportunities and thought-provoking presentations.

Southwest County Vision Website Launch

What do you love about Southwest Salt Lake County? Head to tour new website and let us know.

View the Mayor's Proposed Budget

View the budget proposal for 2020

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Adult Wizards and Witches Will Brew Up Fantastic Fun at County Library’s Adult Wizarding Soirée

Aspiring adult wizards and witches and alumni will enter a magical and fanciful world, complete with mysterious quests and wonderous entertainment at the County Library’s first-ever Adult Wizarding Soirée.


New Director of Clark Planetarium

Salt Lake County, UT—Mayor Jenny Wilson and Salt Lake County Community Services Director Holly Yocom are announcing the selection of Lindsie Smith to head Clark Planetarium. Smith recently worked as Clark Planetarium's associate director.


County Offers Another Expungement Day

Salt Lake County, UT— The Salt Lake County Mayor’s Office is partnering with the Salt Lake County District Attorney’s Office, the Department of Public Safety, and 100 volunteer attorneys from the Utah State Bar, to host SLCo Fall 2019 Expungement Day.


Salt Lake County moves forward with the next phase of participation in the Community Renewable Energy Act

Salt Lake City, UT - The Salt Lake County Council passed a resolution on Tuesday, sponsored by councilmembers Shireen Ghorbani and Max Burdick, approving that the county moves forward to the next phase of the Community Renewable Energy Act. The Act, which passed the Utah Legislature in 2019, allows participating communities to explore the goal of being powered by 100 percent net renewable energy by 2030.


The County Library and Clark Planetarium Amplify Adult Learning with Hands-on STEM Activities

The County Library and Clark Planetarium are proving you’re never too old to learn something new.


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