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The Yalecrest Neighborhood Council helps promote a safe and vibrant community in this historic neighborhood
with its iconic architecture, tree-lined streets and parks.

We act as a forum for residents to voice their opinions about issues vital to the community and to engage in activities, projects and causes that reflect Yalecrest’s vitality.

YNC meetings are typically held the second Thursday monthly at 6:30 p.m.
at Anderson-Foothill Library. Zoom attendance is also available.

Highlights from the June 13 Yalecrest Neighborhood Council Meeting

Watch the meeting video here.

Watch the presentation about SLC’s street lighting master plan and the lively exchange that ensued about Yalecrest lights at the June 13 Yalecrest Neighborhood Council meeting. Because of the many questions, the YNC will likely schedule an Open House in the fall.

Other highlights:

– The City is considering caps or shields on all Yalecrest lights for dark sky compliance.

– Isaac Roach of KEEP Yalecrest shared a location map where the public and private street lights in Yalecrest are located

– Take SLC’s street lighting survey now to help shape the city’s final plans.

– The mayor’s liaison Hannah Barton urged residents to apply for a D6 vacancy on the Public Lands advisory board.

– 2100 South will only be one-way beginning June 17 through mid-August for sewer and water line replacement.

– Councilman Dan Dugan reported that future historic preservation signs were funded in the 2024-25 budget. The city is also reviewing the city’s noise ordinance for tighter controls.

– A new round-about will be constructed near Hogle Zoo.

– A fall clean-up in Miller Park will be scheduled.

View the Mayor’s Office June update here.

Join the “Friends of Miller Park

In the 1980s, Yalecrest formed the Miller Park Committee, a citizens oversight group. Based on comments as well as suggestions received from Yalecrest residents, the YNC is re-creating the spirit of that early group and formed the  “Friends of Miller Park.”  The committee is charged with maintaining the historical and environmental integrity of Miller Bird Refuge and Nature Park. This is accomplished through public awareness, occasional clean-up projects, bird watching, vegetation and tree plantings, and educational outings in the park.