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About the Wasatch Hollow Community Council


What We Are

Wasatch Hollow Community Council exists to provide a collective voice for our community. We regularly meet to discuss issues concerning the safety, character, and historical and natural resources within our neighborhood. The council facilitates communication between its members and the government, public and private agencies, and individuals affecting of our community. We strive to build community through communication.

When We Are

Meetings are held every fourth Wednesday of the month (except July, November, and December) at Anderson Foothill Library (1135 S 2100 E) at 7:00 p.m.  Meeting dates are posted on this website, our Facebook page, and via our mailing list).  


Who We Are

The Wasatch Hollow Community Council is any resident, property owner, or owner of a licensed business operating in the Wasatch Community and who is 18 years of age or older is a member.  The Community Council Offers consists of 5 members.  Council positions are filled by volunteers, elected by their neighbors.  Elections for the council are held each February.  For a list of the current council members, click Community Council Officers 2022-2023.


Where We Are

All residents, property owners, and business owners within our boundaries are members of WHCC. 

Boundaries: 1300 E to 1900 E - 1300 S to 1700 S, in Salt Lake City.

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