Board Meeting
Dec 13, 2023 - 6 pm - 8 pm

avenues A Comments or questions about anything related to living in the Avenues? Email 2023 GACC Chair Merrilee Morgan at .  

  SCHOOL BOARD HEARING TONIGHT, TUES. DEC 5!      West High School Auditorium (241 N. 300 W., SLC, UT). The Board meeting will start at 5:30 p.m., and the public hearing will begin at 6:30 p.m.  Tonight's agenda will cover boundary adjustments for 14 elementary schools, new locations for Magnet Gifted/Talented and Dual Language Immersion programs (if the Board votes to approve school closures), and some initial steps in the transition planning process. A general overview of the district recommendations can be seen on the Population and Boundary Study page, as well as links to a more in-depth analysis, data spreadsheet, interactive maps, and rationale for the recommendations .Interested citizens can provide feedback by using our online comment form.  

avenues AThe December Community Meeting of the Greater Avenues Community Council will be held on Wednesday, December 6th at 6:00 p.m. both in person and on Zoom. The meeting is open to the public and all may attend. 

The Zoom link is, Meeting ID: 881 4903 5547, Passcode: 445604. The in person meeting will be at the Corinne and Jack Sweet Library, 455 North F Street (corner of 9th Avenue), Salt Lake City, UT 84103.  Join us for the presentation of our 2024 Budget, an Avenues Community Choir concert announcement, our regular community reports and our annual holiday social!


WomensHistory WOMEN IN UTAH HISTORY Student Art Contest grades 4-12! - She Started It – Utah women made history, but they’re often missing from the classroom. Utah's Better Days Project is changing that with student help. Our annual art contest encourages students in grades 4-12 to research and honor with their artwork women who made a difference in their own community. as well as the opportunity to be part of a special traveling exhibit with the Utah Division of Arts & Museums! See the contest info flyer HERE.  Winners in each age category (grades 4-6, 7-8, 9-12) will receive cash awards and prizes from local Utah businesses as well as the opportunity to be part of a special traveling exhibit with the Utah Division of Arts & Museums! Winning artwork will be displayed at the Utah State Capitol for the Utah Women Making History student event on February 13, 2024. Questions?  DEADLINE: JANUARY 22, 2024 

SLACC 2023 Flyer FinalDon't miss the spectacular Salt Lake Avenues Community Choir Holiday Concert 

Monday, December 18th at  7:30 p.m. at Libby Gardner Hall at the University of Utah President's Circle

See more about the Avenues Community Choir at




Pickleball Court Rules on the 11th Avenue Courts - Salt Lake City Parks Dept. has opened a survey to identify what open-play rule model most people prefer at the picturesque and popular 11th Avenue Courts.  Most other pickleball parks in the City use a rotation rule - players play one game to 11, then come off the court and place their paddles back in rotation. This allows all people who show up to play the least amount of wait time. Do you agree with this rule adoption?  Let the City know here:   The survey results will help us understand player preferences for 'open play' rules at the 11th Avenue Park pickleball courts. The survey will be open for three weeks, concluding on December 11, 2023. Following feedback collection, we will analyze the data to determine this location's most preferred open-play rules. Based on the survey results, a three-month pilot program will be announced. Look for more GACC pickleball events in 2024!   

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  Your 2023 National Blue Ribbon School!  Did you know that the SLC School District is studying Wasatch Elementary for potential closure? This award-winning school -- rated "Exemplary" on the state report card -- has been an asset to our community for over 130 years! Visit our website to see why Wasatch should stay open and how you can help. 1. Attend and speak at the upcoming district public hearing on potential school closure on Tuesday, Dec. 5th at 6:30 pm in the West High School Auditorium. 2. Reach out to the school board by submitting a comment HERE. Why should the school stay open? What ideas do you have for the district? 

Please consider dropping off new socks to our Road Home Sock Drive by November 17th. 

The Planning Division is proposing an update to the City zoning ordinance for Mobile Business Regulations. The proposed amendment would update the standards related to mobile businesses, which includes retail businesses operated from trucks, trailers, and vending carts. Read the proposal HEREthen submit your written comments via e-mail to or by USPS mail to: ATTN Seth Rios, Salt Lake City Planning Division, 451 S State St Rm 406, PO Box 145480, Salt Lake City UT 84114-5480. If you have any questions, please call Seth at (801) 535-7758 or via e-mail.

City Creek Canyon Access Updates - Call the PROJECT HOTLINE at  801-616-3336 with any questions or concerns.  We are thrilled to announce that after a lot of thoughtful planning, we have found a way to keep the hiking trails open in the canyon during the three-year reconstruction of the water treatment plant. Additionally, we are still looking for ways to allow more access to our canyon users and we will send updates regularly.  Be aware of the new barriers installed along Bonneville Blvd., on the west side of City Creek from the hairpin turn to East Capital Blvd.  The barriers do not extend up City Creek Canyon Road. The barriers on Bonneville Blvd. are a safety measure to definitively separate bicycle and pedestrian traffic from vehicle traffic. The vehicle traffic will be two directional in the location of the barriers and regulated by flaggers at the hairpin turn and at East Canyon Blvd.  This safety measure enables us to continue pedestrian and bicycle access on Bonneville Blvd for the duration of the City Creek Water Treatment Plant project. Text "CCWTP" to 833-271-7589 to receive text alerts about City Creek Canyon access during construction.  Call the project hotline at 801-616-3336 to speak with a project team member. Email  to submit questions or comments on the project.  Visit   


 From our School Board member Ashely Anderson:  As we near the end of the year, I want to thank the many families and community members who contribute to the district as volunteers and donors. To support holiday giving projects, you can reach out to your neighborhood school for opportunities and you can also find ways to help through the district’s education foundation by visiting I am also looking forward to the many holiday performances and concerts at Precinct 3 schools this season. 

Annual Holiday Sock Drive - Wasatch and Ensign Elementary are having a sock drive through November 17th. GACC members can drop off new socks for the Road Home at either school! 

There are many important topics ahead for the school district in the new year, whether it’s ongoing discussions about declining enrollment, a potential bonding campaign for our high schools, or our second phase of sustainability planning. What’s most important are the day to day experiences of our students; I care about your feedback so please feel free to send me a message any time — See the district's social media presence at Facebook | Instagram | Twitter   

Historic Districts Contributing Structures - The City Council is considering changes to the method of determining a building's historic or non-historic status. Also changes to public notification of any proposed demolition of historic structures. Why does this matter? Because the contributory/non-contributory status of a building in an historic district is the core of the City's land use regulation.  If the building is non-contributory, then the City may approve its demolition with no public notice. Is there currently any notification requirement for demolition of a non-contributing structure? Yes, notice of demolition of a noncontributing building currently requires a notification period of 12 days and notice is within 85  feet of the property being changed. This may not be adequate for effective citizen participation in the process. See more on this matter from the City Council and concerned citizens HERE. The GACC Land Use committee is tracking this topic and welcomes your comments to

Salt Lake City Fire Department November Newsletter -

please visit SLC Fire November News for great holiday safety tips and fall & winter emergency preparedness. 


See the current Salt Lake City Planning Division - Online Open House projects at which includes the Ivory Homes petition for a Planned Development at 13th Avenue and F Street. Public Comment is still being accepted on this petition. See more at 

FEDERAL GRANTS to SLC - HOW SHOULD THEY BE USED? - (HUD) provides grants to the City to address community and development needs. These funds support programs and projects across the City and enhance the quality of life. We invite you to join us Tuesday November 14 at our 7 p.m. formal City Council meeting and share your thoughts on how we can best use federal funding for housing and community needs.  Your input is vital to how we prioritize these funds to support the needs that matter most to our community and have a lasting impact. The Council will review and hold a public hearing on the specific awarding of these grants early next year. Visit the meeting page to learn more about providing your input directly to the Council at a public hearing. You may also share your input anytime online, via email (), or by calling our 24-hour phone line at 801-535-7654.  Learn more about these federal grants at

TREE PLANTING AT THE CEMETERY - Avenues residents were joined by Salt Lake City Urban Forestry and the Friends of the Salt Lake City Cemetery on Saturday November 18, where a dozen new trees were planted, part of the continuing effort to replace the more than 250 trees that were lost in the 2020 windstorm.  We are grateful to all who cam out to support our cemetery, enjoy the green space, meet and work with neighbors, and contribute to our community, expanding the Mark Smith Memorial Arboretum at the cemetery. 


With an often crazy hat and a warm smile, this Salt Laker spreads positivity daily from the Avenues Smith's self-checkout aisle. Thank you Ted for making the Avenues a better place!

See the KSL article on Ted here: Avenues Smith's Ted Spreads Cheer 


Photos by Megan Nielsen, Deseret News. Art by Mark Walton,  

 Our Mayor's Community Liasion Alicia De León is available at any time for appointments and community conversations, questions for the Mayor or help with City related issues,   navigating the City or its website. If you are a business, non-profit, or other community gathering place interested in hosting the Mayor's community liaison team for a public meeting, please   reach out to Alicia at , 385-454-3824 (Hablo español) 

The SLC Green Loop Team will be hosting a day of engagement on the latest concept designs of Phase 1, located at 200 East from South Temple to 900 South, on Thursday, November 2 at Place 349 (349 S 200 E) and will be hosting the following activities: 1. A pop-up open house at Plaza 349 from noon-6:30pm; 2. Walking tours at noon, 2pm and 4:30pm (including the Mayor); and 3. A bike tour at 5:30pm  See more about the Green Loop project and take our public survey HERE   

SLC Title 18 Amendments – Proposed Legislative Changes to Building Services Ordinances - Salt Lake City is in the process of updating its ordinances related to administering building codes including new construction permitting, verifying housing standards, and boarded building enforcement. This proposed code amendment will modernize/reflect the City’s existing zoning enforcement process and incorporate that same process into Title 18. To learn more, visit the online Open House at Petition Number: PLNPM2023-00868, Staff Planner Craig Weinheimer, Email: , 801.535.6682. A Public Comment Period is open now on these proposed ordinance changes. 

 The University of Utah Ballpark - the University of Utah is planning to replace the existing baseball practice field on Guardsman Way with a new baseball stadium. See more at We want to ensure that the new ballpark aligns with our community's character and interests. We invite the public to share your ideas and feedback for the design of the ballpark by completing the survey HERE before November 15, 2023.   Your feedback will be instrumental in helping the architects design a ballpark that not only serves Utah Baseball but also those who frequent Sunnyside Park and the surrounding areas. 

2024 Virginia Street Reconstruction - Design Announced - The final design concept is now available on the project webpage Construction is expected to start in early 2024. Email  to be added to the project email list for construction updates. The scope of the project will be from South Temple to 11th Avenue and will include continuous sidewalks on the west side, uphill bike lanes, traffic calming elements, improved bus stops, and intersection safety improvements.









 City Council Adopts Anti-Displacement Plan - At its Oct. 17 meeting, the Salt Lake City Council adopted Thriving in Place, the City’s anti-displacement plan. The plan sets the foundation for future policy discussions and funding investments in Salt Lake City to mitigate housing displacement. For more information about the plan, recaps of previous discussions, and other supporting   information, visit  

Restrictive Covenant On Properties Surrounding LDS Hospital - A restrictive covenant was established in 1981 as part   of the street closure of 8th Avenue for the expansion of LDS Hospital. At that time, the Greater Avenues Community Council agreed it would not oppose the street vacation if other LDS Hospital owned properties became subject to a restrictive covenant, guaranteeing their continued use in conformity with the R-2 zoning district that was in effect at that time.  The properties are no longer owned by LDS Hospital and have since been rezoned to SR-1A. The restrictive covenant applies to 18 properties, and prohibits the construction of detached ADUs as well as a few other uses. Considering the adoption of the ADU ordinance, which permits ADUs in the SR-1A zone, Planning Staff believes it may be appropriate to remove the restriction. The restrictive covenant lists the Greater Avenues Community Council as a beneficiary, so a community vote approving the removal of the covenant is needed. Currently approved uses under SR-1A that are not approved under the restrictive covenant include Accessory Dwelling Unit, Assisted Living Facility with limited capacity (2-5 individuals), Congregate Care Facility, Group Home, Community Garden, Urban Farm, Daycare Center and In-home Daycare. The restrictive covenant lists the Greater Avenues Community Council as a beneficiary, so a community vote approving the removal of the covenant is needed. A vote on this matter was held at the November 1st, 2023 GACC Community meeting and the rescinding of the restrictive covenant was passed.  The GACC Board will notify the City off the vote, and the City Council will take steps to rescind the Restrictive Covenant. 

 Movie Night for the Unsheltered at First United Methodist Church needs volunteers and donations - The 2nd and 2nd Coalition, a group of local nonprofits including First United Methodist Church, Unsheltered Utah, Our Unsheltered Relatives (OURs), and other groups are working to keep our unsheltered friends warm and safe on especially cold nights in Salt Lake City. Our second annual Movie Nights start in November and provide meals, a movie, and an overnight place to stay. Volunteers and donations are needed to prepare and serve dinners once a month, store and wash pillowcases, hold milk and cereal drives, etc. Friends, family, neighbors are all welcome to help! Please contact Jenn Hein for more information at   801-518-8023.  See a video about the program HERE 

The Avenues Street Fair was held on Saturday, September 9th. Thank you for all who attended, and to all our sponsors and donors! Thank you also to the residents of 7th Avenue who shared the street with us, and shared their water and electricity.  A huge shout out and thank you to all our volunteers - over 200! - who helped make the event happen. See more about the fair including pictures at   See the Lost and Found list of items HERE 

  SLC Airport Update - The Salt Lake City International Airport celebrated the completion of The New SLC Phase 2 on Oct.31, by opening 13 more Delta gates and more than a dozen new shops and restaurants on Concourse A-east, just in time for holiday travel. Construction on Phases 3 and 4 is ongoing, with the first section of Phase 3—the Central Tunnel, Concourse B Plaza and five gates—scheduled to open in October 2024. For information on The New SLC airport phasing, visit: Future Phases | Salt Lake City International Airport ( For more information, go to Also The Salt Lake City Council recently approved the parameters, issuance, and sale of another round of bonds to fund capital improvements for the ongoing expansion of Salt Lake City International Airport (SLCIA). The bonding will provide about $400 million for capital projects at the airport and will be repaid using revenues generated at the airport rather than local tax dollars. See more at SLC Airports ( 

 Salt Lake City Transportation announces the final draft of the Citywide Transportation Plan, which seeks to create a governing set of policies to shape roadway projects in Salt Lake City for the next two decades. This plan update is required to go before the Planning Commission for a recommendation then to the City Council for a final decision. Both bodies will hold public hearings, and will use these criteria for making their recommendation: 1. Whether the plan update is consistent with the purposes, goals, objectives, and policies of the City as stated through its various adopted planning documents; and 2. The extent to which the proposed plan implements best current, professional practices of urban planning and design.  A 45-day comment period has been opened and residents may comment via email to or by mail to Joe Taylor, Salt Lake City Transportation Division, 349 South 200 East Suite 150, Salt Lake City, UT 84111. 

Proposed Change to Salt Lake City "Subdivision" Ordinance - Recent Utah Legislature action requires an update to Salt Lake City Code regarding Subdivisions.  This is the section of City code that regulates the process and requirements for subdividing land, modifying lots, and consolidating lots.  The city is also making other changes to create a more consistent process for each department involved in the subdivision process. Note that this proposal does not change any zoning requirements or processes in the zoning code. All subdivisions are still required to comply with all zoning regulations.  The state code requires the city to adopt updated subdivision regulations by February 1, 2024. SLC Planning has opened a 45-day public comment period on this matter that runs through September 22nd.  See the proposed new ordinance language at  Then we want to hear from you! To submit a comment or question please contact the staff planner via email or leave a voicemail. Questions will be answered no later than a week after the comment period has ended. End of Comment Period: September 22, 2023.  During and following the public comment period, the Planning Division will evaluate the public input received and general plan policies. As a result, the proposal may be modified before the Planning Department drafts their recommendation to the Planning Commission.  Comments to Eric Daems //  // 801.535.7236 and Grant Amann //  // 801.535.6171 by September 22nd.

Foothills Natural Area Trail System Plan Implementation and Evaluation – The Salt Lake City Public Lands Department is committed to receiving ongoing feedback from the Greater Avenues residents regarding the Foothills. We are consistently updating our website to include accurate and helpful information on the evaluation of the Trails Plan,   trail maintenance projects, reports from the Foothills Rangers, trail descriptions and maps, SLC Be WILD etiquette program, as well as Foothills-related projects like the trailhead construction projects, the Rocky Mountain Power Wildfire Mitigation project, and the I-Street Bike Park Management Plan project. Please visit to find links and helpful information to all of these projects and/or contact Recreational Trails Manager, Tyler Fonarow, at  with any questions or comments or to schedule a phone discussion.  

  Managing Wildfire Risks in the Avenues - see the GACC Wildfire webpage HERE      ALWAYS USE FIRE SENSE - with temperatures rising, we remind everyone to use your best fire sense.  Fire sense is common sense. The trick is just using it. We all know that heat or sparks plus dry grass and brush equals a whole lot of trouble.  Here are two web sites that give practical tips on creating defensible space around our homes: and

 Avenues Picklefest July 1, 2023 a Smashing Success!  - On a beautiful Saturday morning, July 1st, approximately 100 people attended the inaugural Salt Lake Picklefest hosted by the Avenues Pickleball Club at the 11th Avenue Courts. Salt Lake City Mayor Erin Mendenhall attended, spoke briefly about the City's commitment to provide more pickleball courts. GACC Chair Merrilee Morgan and District 3 City Council member Chris Wharton got on the court and rallied. Various local pros exhibited their skills and taught clinic sessions for beginners, intermediate and advanced players. Pickleball vendors were there with gear for people to demo, and Holbrook contributed a paddleball racquet, balls and a gear bag that one of the participants was selected randomly as the winner. Thank you Jayla Burley-Wolfe and her volunteers for organizing a wonderful event!   



Millcreek Canyon Road Project - The Wasatch Mountains are seeing an abundant start to the summer with its flowering foothills, roaring rivers, and numerous transportation initiatives.  As we await the Utah Department of Transportation’s final decision on the gondola up Little Cottonwood Canyon, we are keeping an eye on the proposed road expansion and parking improvements in Mill Creek Canyon and the gravel pit in Parley's Canyon. The Salt Lake County Office of Regional Development is proposing road expansion and trailhead parking improvements for the upper 4.6 miles of Mill Creek Canyon Road, from the Winter Gate to the Upper Big Water Trailhead. The effort aims to improve access and safety for canyon users and motorists. Learn more about the project and share your opinion at Salt Lake County Millcreek Roads and at Federal DOT Mill Creek


 The October General Community Meeting of the Greater Avenues Community Council was held on Wednesday, October 4th, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.  The meeting agenda and related articles can be seen in the online version of the October 2023 GACC newsletter HERE  The meeting was recorded, and can be seen here using Passcode: 9#%dZPWu  The meeting minutes were approved by the GACC Board on October 11th and can be seen HERE

 The September community meeting of the Greater Avenues Community Council was held on Wednesday, September 6th. Minutes can be read HERE.  A link to the Zoom recording will be posted soon. The vote held on September 6th, 2023 on resident approval of the Ivory Homes application for a Planned Development was 213 No to 7 Yes. The results of the vote will be sent to the Planning Department staff and to the Planning Commission.   More information on each of the above topics can be seen below, or in our September Avenues community newsletter HERE

 The September Board Meeting of the Greater Avenues Community Council was held Wednesday, September 13, 2023.  The meeting minutes will be posted here as soon as possible. 

  The August Board Meeting of the Greater Avenues Community Council was held Wednesday, August 9th. The meeting minutes can be seen HERE

The August Community Meeting of the Greater Avenues Community Council was held on Wednesday, August 2nd. The meeting included presentations from Peter Wright of the Preserve Our Avenues Zoning Coalition (see below), Tyler Fonarow with Salt Lake City Public Lands (see below), Scott Rosenbush with the Avenues CERT Team (see below), Daniel Sowards of the Avenues Street Fair Commmittee (see below), Shane Carlson on GACC Wildfire Preparedness (see below), and Community Reports from the Utah Legislature, City Council, School Board, Mayor’s Office, Fire, Police, LDS Hospital, Library, and Salt Lake City Transportation followed by a resident Open Forum. The meeting was recorded, and a link to the recording will be posted here soon.  The August 2023 GACC community newsletter can be seen HERE

 The July 2023 GACC Board Meeting was held Thursday, July 13th. The meeting Agenda can be seen HERE.  The meeting was recorded and a link to watch the recording is HERE using Passcode: idF%fn2b   The July 2023 GACC newsletter can be seen HERE

 The GACC June 2023 Community Meeting was held on Wednesday, June 7th.  The Zoom recording of the meeting can be seen at:,
using Passcode: taJq.Uv0    See the June 2023 online GACC newsletter HERE

During the June community meeting a vote was held on a citizens' proposal requestiing UTA provide relief from early morning and late-night operations of UTA Bus Route 209. The vote was "Should the Greater Avenues Community Council ask the Utah Transit Authority to suspend service on the Avenues section of Route 209 between the hours of 9:30 pm and 6:00 am?" Votes YES were 61, votes NO were 83 wiith1 abstention.  Based on the vote results, no further action on the matter will be taken by the GACC at this time. Thanks to all who participated in person and on Zoom. 

 The May Community Meeting of the Greater Avenues Community Council was held on Wednesday, May 3rd. The meeting recording can be viewed HERE using Passcode: Y9P8y%DU .  See the meeting minutes HERE. The May 2023 web edition of the GACC newsletter The Agenda can be seen HERE

 The  April 2023 Greater Avenues Community Council monthly community meeting was held Wednesday, April 5th.  There were technical issues that prevented the meeting from being recorded.  The meeting minutes are HERE. Senator Plumb's 2023 Legislative Session Recap report can be seen HERE.

 The March 2023 community meeting of the GACC was held on Wednesday March 1st. The Zoom recoding may be seen at March 1st MtgUsing passcode u5?1bXhB

 The February 2023 community meeting of the GACC was held on Wednesday, Feburary 1st.  The Zoom recording can be seen at Feb 1 Mtg using Passcode S9ia2g%7. The February online newsletter of the GACC is HERE.

 The January 2023 community meeting of the GACC was held on Wednesday, January 4th from 6 to 8pm.  The Zoom recording can be seen at JAN 4TH MTG using Passcode: u5^5Xf1C. The January online newsletter of the GACC is HERE 

See the Salt Lake City Fire Department's most recent newsletter HERE

 Salt Lake City’s Urban Forest, containing over 90,000 trees growing along city streets and in parks and natural areas, is a legacy from the first residents of Salt Lake City to those who live and visit here today. The first visitors and residents of this valley found a harsh and arid landscape and planted and cared for trees to improve their environment. Since then, the generations that have come after have enjoyed the lasting benefits of an established urban forest. From cooling shade to inspiring beauty, Salt Lake City’s urban tree canopy cleans our air, quiets urban noise, and calms not only our valley winds, but our minds as well. Learn more about our Urban Forest here:  Urban Forestry | Public Lands Department ( 

 The new Salt Lake City Green Loop is a proposed linear park network integrated into Salt Lake City's downtown city streets, featuring an urban forest providing shade, landscaped areas to receive stormwater, habitat for birds and pollinators, and green corridors for people to safely walk and bike. To begin the community discussion, the City is creating a temporary segment of the Green Loop. From May 1st to June 10th, the middle of 200 East from 300 to 400 South will transform into a temporary park. Learn more here:  Salt Lake City Green Loop | Transportation ( 

  SLC Park Strip, Landscape Policy Changes -   Public comments are being taken by the Salt Lake City Planning Division and Planning Commission as they consider city-wide changes to the Landscaping Chapter of the Zoning Code. This includes proposed revision of the Park Strip ordinance under which many city residents have been penalized for their water conservation efforts.   The proposed Park Strip policy revision would require one "street tree" every 30 feet and vegetation covering at least 30% of the area.  See all proposed amendments HERE. The Planning Commission will consider landscape/park strip ordinance changes at its April 26 meeting.  Public comments can be submitted in-person or via email to Nan Larsen at .  Reference case number PLNPCM2023-00098 in the subject line.


 HOUSING SLC: AN UPDATE TO SALT LAKE CITY'S FIVE-YEAR HOUSING PLAN - Salt Lake City is creating a new housing plan. Based on feedback collected throughout 2022, the City has drafted a plan that seeks to address the concerns around housing affordability that were heard throughout the engagement period. A draft plan is now available, and the City is seeking public feedback on the plan that we have put together. The public comment period will run for 45 days.  Learn More & Share Your Feedback!  For comments or questions, please contact: Ruedigar Matthes //  or   


GACC MEETING TIMES UPDATE:  The Greater Avenues Community Council general community meetings are held on the first Wednesday of each month at the Sweet Library, 455 F Street. The library is currently closing at 8:00 p.m., so our monthly meetings are now scheduled from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Virtual attendance is also available on Zoom. Links to attend virtually are posted on this website after 5:00 pm on the day of the meeting.  Any resident of the Avenues, any owner of a business or property located in the Avenues is a member of the Greater Avenues Community Council, and all members aged 16 or over are allowed to vote on any motion that is made at one of our meetings.  See the GACC Mission Statement and Bylaws HERE Comments or questions about anything related to living in the Avenues? Email 2023 GACC Chair Merrilee Morgan at .

Avenues Calendar

13 Dec
Board Meeting
Date Dec 13, 2023 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
3 Jan
Community Meeting
Jan 03, 2024 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
10 Jan
Board Meeting
Jan 10, 2024 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
7 Feb
Community Meeting
Feb 07, 2024 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
14 Feb
Board Meeting
Feb 14, 2024 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
6 Mar
Community Meeting
Mar 06, 2024 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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