Recently elected Mayor Mendenhall is committed to hosting one on one sessions with citizens, to really understand concerns affecting those in the Salt Lake City community and beyond. She is a great advocate for those living in affordable housing and we look forward to hearing from her.
In any community, your vote is your voice, and becoming active in your community can be a great way to meet new people and be part of solutions.
Here are some easy tips, and websites on how to get a little more involved.
Wondering who, what, and why to vote? The Utah League of Women’s Voters has all the info:
Interested in knowing more about what’s going on in your neighborhood? Listen to RadioActive at 90.9, at 6pm every weekday.
Those of us who live at poverty level or near, are not alone. Join with tens of thousands of people across the country to challenge systemic racism, poverty, and how to make a difference:
Poor Peoples Campaign: tiny.cc/utahppc
Neighborworks is painting murals, holding leadership training, and listening to what you need in your neighborhood. Check them out here:
You know who changes the world? People that show up. Here is how and where.
Councils need you! Advisory Boards need you! And your caucus needs you!
Salt Lake City Community Councils: www.slc.gov/community-councils/
Salt Lake City Advisory Boards: www.slc.gov/boards/
Upping your community activism score is a great way to engage in 2020!
Thank you all.