Share your opinion about the Wasatch Canyons
The Wasatch Canyons have been getting a lot of attention these days. From Ski Link, to proposed resort development, to questions about transportation and water quality, Parleys, Big Cottonwood and Little Cottonwood Canyons are a powder keg for controversy. Opinions are strong and emotional as some people want to see more development, while others are fighting to preserve as much wilderness quality lands in our mountains as possible.
Salt Lake County wants to hear from all residents about this issue, so they’ve created a public forum online for civic engagement. It’s called the Salt Lake County Public Forum, and it’s a place where you can post your ideas and opinions about county topics. You can write statements, read the statements from others, and know that each one will be considered by county officials when they make decisions.
Many issues are currently open for public discourse about the Wasatch Canyons including the Foothills/Canyons Overlay Zone, new Wasatch Canyons general plans, parks and trails bonds, and Wasatch Canyons use issues. Each topic asks a question, and your answer is collected to gauge what residents want.
So if you’re for or against Ski Link, or want the county to know how officials should protect our canyons for future generations, the Salt Lake County Public Forum is online now at www.peakdemocracy.com/p/115
Salt Lake County Public Forum is run by Peak Democracy, a non-partisan company whose mission is to broaden civic engagement and build public trust in government.