Downtown News and Blog

September 02, 2020

Downtown Alliance Lauds Salt Lake City's Shift to Yellow

Effective Friday, September 4th, Salt Lake City will shift to the yellow restriction phase of the State’s COVID-19 health guidelines.  “We commend Mayor Mendenhall and her administration’s efforts in taking this important step to shift restrictions,” said Derek Miller, president and CEO of the Downtown Alliance and Salt Lake Chamber. “The Mayor’s data-informed decision making allows Salt Lake City to balance the financial health of its businesses while maintaining the wellbeing of its citizens.”  According to the State of Utah’s Health Guidance System, all businesses are allowed to open their doors under the yellow restriction so long as reasonable…

 

September 15, 2020

Downtown SLC Open Streets

Downtown SLC Open Streets - Closed For Fun Join us for a Downtown SLC Open…
August 21, 2020

Word on the Street - August 2020

Even in the middle of this pandemic, Downtown SLC is continuing to experience plenty of…
August 11, 2020

Downtown SLC Businesses Stay Safe to Stay Open

Stay Safe to Stay Open is a statewide campaign to meet the critical imperatives of helping…
August 04, 2020

Downtown SLC Walking Tour

As the Covid-19 pandemic has limited many of the activities we are accustomed to, there…
July 14, 2020

Safe & Social - 10+ ways to safely enjoy Downtown SLC

While the pandemic may have put a pause on many social gatherings, dozens of downtown…
July 07, 2020

Word on the Street - July 2020

What a year it’s been since our last post at the start of January! We…
June 19, 2020

SLC restaurants, bars and retailers can temporarily expand their operating areas this summer outdoors

Recent rule changes now allow downtown restaurants and bars to add seating in adjacent outdoor…
May 28, 2020

Q&A: How Downtown SLC Businesses are Adapting to COVID-19

Downtown SLC's local businesses are an integral part of our local economy as they add…
May 22, 2020

Roundtable Recap: Salt Lake City Restaurants, Bars, and Cafes

Hosted 5-14-20 by Local First and Downtown Alliance View the video of the discussion here…